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Ag stocks were on fire Thursday after the latest crop report showed the wet spring will likely cut the corn harvest. Who wins and who loses?
With chip stocks driving the S&P for most of the year, what are top pros watching for in the space now?
Considering OPEC talks in Vienna broke down without an agreement among the nations to increase production, is $100 oil here to stay?
On Tuesday, chatter on the trading floor had everything to do with the market’s bounce and whether the S&P had found support, at least in the near-term.
With OPEC expected to increase production for the first time in years, the "Fast Money" traders reveal how they're trading the news.
Traders are turning their attention to cancer-fighting companies, as the 2011 ASCO gets underway.
Typically, Apple tends to run up into a product launch and then pare gains. But if you're thinking about hitting the sell button now, you may be gaming it all wrong.
As stocks extended losses after a dismal jobs report on Friday, the "Fast Money" traders were watching these market movers.
Our traders think the market is missing some pretty good news. ”I see many more bright spots than all this negative stuff,” says Pete Najarian.
The renowned currency and commodities trader stands by his call that the euro will break apart.
On Thursday, the Fast Money pros were squarely focused on technicals with the action in S&P raising eyebrows after the major index crossed a key level to the downside.
Chris Verrone of Strategas tells us the defensive trade is getting crowded. He sees 3 signals that suggest the better trade is 'risk-on.'
GM’s V.P. of U.S. Sales explains why.
Noted bear Nouriel Roubini is calling for a possible correction, so one of his strategists explains how to position yourself now.
Considering the lousy economic data and chatter of a summer swoon, should you position for the worst? According to Dennis Gartman, that would be a mistake.
Analyst Gene Munster sizes up the competition and renders his verdict.
If history is any indication, you may be a lot happier on the beach this June than in the stock market.
The perfect storm - or lack there of - could generate rather bullish conditions in the softs, according to commodities trader Dennis Gartman.
"Fast Money" trader Steve Cortes explains how 'this' could be the equivalent and who would benefit.
Tech stole the spotlight Thursday with investors wondering just how rapidly new innovations, such as Google Wallet, would generate a sea change in the way people shop.