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McDermott International has been churning sideways for months, but now the bulls are stepping into the oil-services name.
Kodiak Oil & Gas saw upside option trading yesterday amid speculation that the company is a takeover target.
The “Fast Money” pros weigh in on two companies reporting after the close today — Texas Instruments and CSX.
After closely watching the action in one of the metals, widely followed commodities investor Dennis Gartman has moved to the sidelines.
The bulls were active in Morgan Stanley yesterday ahead of its earnings report this morning.
A currency play on the euro and New Zealand dollar, with Amelia Bourdeau, Westpac Institutional Bank.
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If you’re playing the bank rally then set your alarm clock, you have an early morning on Friday as JPMorgan reports results before the bell.
If you think oil is ahead of itself, top commodity strategist Michael Harris would like a word. His research suggests crude is about to climb in a big way.
Microsoft saw some unusually large option trades yesterday that were way out of the money and way out in time.
With some leading stocks advancing 50% or more over a period of only 1 year, investors are starting to wonder how much upside can possibly be left.
The financials were a key factor in helping the S&P 500 hold onto its gains late yesterday, and some big names attracted extemely heavy option activity.
Wall Street bulls were starting to feel that their convictions had been validated. The latest string of economic reports may compel money managers to hit the buy button.
Intel saw heavy option activity yesterday as its shares continued to creep higher.
Bank of America attracted upside option activity for the second session in a row yesterday as its shares staged a surprise rally.
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Apple's options got off to an early start yesterday and stayed busy until the close.
“It’s all about Italy,” says trader Stephen Weiss. “They’re pricing a lot of debt over the next two days – and yields are over 7%." How that auction goes, so goes the market.
The airlines are always a curious trade, and now the bulls are going after Delta Air Lines.
Does talk of the euro’s decline put you to sleep? When you find out the way it’s about to impact your wallet, you’ll wake you right up!
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