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It's a two percent week. Major indices are up about two percent as Syria tensions ease, China shows signs of stabilization, and rates fall.
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For the first time, the Hot Wheels report looked at the 10 most stolen vehicles in 2012 by make and model, encompassing all model years.
Following a gory gold trade. On August 16th, Mike Khouw made a bullish bet on gold. How's that working out for him? Is he betting on a bounce? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Momentum stocks slow -- Netflix, Zillow, Tesla stall. Why the Netflix run may be over. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
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The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Now that gold's trend line has been violated, this pro says $1,280 is in the cards.
"The current value of Facebook is probably a good ceiling," Twitter shareholder Kevin Landis says.
"I don't think this is really the time that I would just plow everything on in," Mark Fisher of MBF Clearing says.
I'm more interested right now in nat gas," commodities trader Mark Fisher says.
Two key questions dominate Twitter's initial public offering: where will it list, and how much will it float?
Arris Group has been on a rocky ride since last December, but the bulls tuned into the company Thursday.
If you're having trouble with credit, something on your credit report could be scaring lenders.
A recent merger has Cramer looking at a very niche area of the industrials. And he’s found something intriguing.
Traders say technical momentum prompted further selling after gold broke below its 100-day moving average(around $1,359.)
"We're going higher," Rosecliff Capital's Mike Murphy says.
“This is an amazing development,” said Cramer. It hasn’t happened for over 10 years.
Verizon's bonds hit $49 billion in secondary trading, meaning millions in profits for investors in the largest corporate bond issue ever.