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    Earnings Roundup: March 22

    What follows is a roundup of corporate earnings reports for Monday, March 22.

  • Futures Fall After Health Care Bill Passes

    U.S. stock index futures fell Monday as Wall Street focused on the health care reform following the passage of the historic health care bill by the House of Representatives late Sunday night.

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    The Democrats' health care reform package could bring a dose of bad medicine for stocks if it passes this weekend, at least in the immediate term.

  • And February home sales and durable-goods orders. Here’s your strategy for the week ahead.

  • Your First Move For Friday March 19th

    Here's our Fast Money Final Trade. Our gang gives you tomorrow's best trades, right now!

  • Are Easy Money Trades Still On?

    The Fed came out Tuesday, and in five short paragraphs suggested that the easy money trades are still on. What’s your next move?

  • Where Have All The Investors Gone?

    The S&P 500 has barely budged since hitting a 17-month high last week as volume continues to be light. Where is everybody?

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    Retail trends are improving, but "no one is declaring victory," said Bill Taubman, chief operating officer of Taubman Centers. Although consumer spending is higher, consumers remain cautious, according to this mall operator.

  • Christmas Comes Very, Very Early For Retailers

    Evidently Christmas came very, very early for retailers this year – in February!

  • Consumers Shop, and Retail Stocks Don’t Drop

    Another strong round of retail sales came in this morning, with broad gains across the board in February despite wintry weather throughout much of the Midwest and East Coast.

  • Bove Cuts Goldman Sachs Q1 Estimates

    Rochdale Securities Analyst Dick Bove cut his estimates for Goldman Sachs Tuesday, because trading activity is below par.

  • Hovnanian, No; Qualcomm, Yes

    Tech companies are cashed up these days. Here's where you should look for the best return.

  • Flat Market, Sharp Trades!

    Three months into the year, the best way to describe the market is flat as a board. Fortunately the Fast Money traders have some ideas for you.

  • Markets were mostly flat after a higher opening on Monday, as investors sold energy and materials stocks. How should investors be positioned? Neil Hennessy, portfolio manager and CIO of Hennessy Funds and Dan Veru, Palisade executive vice president and CO-CIO of Capital Management shared their insights.

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    Stocks You May Love On Valentine's Day

    Valentine's day is less than one week away.  While historically, the U.S. major indexes have not shown much love on Valentine's Day nor the week after, there are stocks that may benefit on this day of friendship and love...

  • Dividends Back on the Rise

    Dividend investors might have something to cheer about this year as the number of dividend increases is back on the rise. 

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    Steak for Stock: The Latest Economic Stimulus

    With all the Wall Street bonuses being handed out stock this year, one New York City steakhouse came up with a wacky idea: Why not take their stock as tender for steak?

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    Wake Up Retailers! Fashionistas Are Back

    It's time for retailers to wake up. Fashion shoppers are abandoning basics and looking for unique, stylish items, and stores that break the recessionary trend of playing it safe will reap the rewards, analysts said.

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    Business Looking Up For Luxury Retailers

    Luxury retailers are showing signs of life after being bludgeoned by The Great Recession, with companies  from Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom to Tiffany, churning out respectable sales increases during the holiday season.

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    The stock market rally may help high-end jeweler Tiffany post its first quarter of positive same-store sales comparisons since the first quarter of 2008, Citigroup analyst Kimberly Greenberger said.