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After meeting with top CEOs from almost every corner of the economy except banking, pro traders can’t help but wonder, does President Obama have a beef with Wall Street?
If you’re an energy trader chances are you trying to determine what happens to the price of oil in the wake of an unexpected Mideast attack.
If you’re looking to buy low, Oakmark Fund Portfolio Manager Bill Nygren says there’s no time like the present.
With 40 shopping days left in the season, a few retail names stand out ahead of earnings, Deutsche Bank retail analyst Charles Grom said Tuesday on CNBC.
Forget the familiar tech titans that have become household names. Some of the newer technology names hold the most potential for gains, CNBC’s “Fast Money” pros said Tuesday.
Target and Toys ‘R Us announced they would open for business a day earlier than the traditional Black Friday shopping season, but does that make their shares a “buy”?
The market might have over-corrected Apple’s share price, making the stock a real opportunity, Doug Kass of Seabreeze Partners said Monday on CNBC.
Action in Apple and the volatility index could be providing bullish signs in the market, the CNBC “Fast Money” pros said Monday.
The so-called “fiscal cliff” is a good thing for Washington because it will force both Democrats and Republicans to cede ground on core issues, Whitney Tilson of T2 Partners said Friday on CNBC.
Stocks will signal a buy after a correction of 7 to 10 percent, Robert Pavlik of Banyan Partners said Thursday on CNBC.
Despite Apple’s withering share price over the last couple of weeks, technology venture capitalist Porter Bibb said Thursday on CNBC that he still sees a world of upside in the company.
After a post-Election Day stock market sell-off, trader Josh Brown said Thursday on CNBC that he’s sitting it out.
The coal sector, which rallied following support from the presidential debates, could be running out of steam, the CNBC “Fast Money” pros said Tuesday.
As voters headed to the polls across the United States on Tuesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained more than 150 points by midday. But why?
With Election Day just hours away, the CNBC “Fast Money” pros weighed Monday in with their last-minute picks of what stocks and sectors will do well regardless of who wins the presidential race.
John Eichberger, a lobbyist who represents roughly 80 percent of the U.S.’s retail gas stations, complained such a mandate might not be worth it.
John Eichberger, a lobbyist who represents roughly 80 percent of the U.S.’s retail gas stations, details the challenges facing the industry.
With Apple’s share price down 16 percent from its all-time high Friday, the stock is now approaching bear territory. CNBC’s “Fast Money” pros weighed in on how to play it.
Despite the damage wrought by Hurricane Sandy throughout the city, former New York Mayor Ed Koch said he applauded the decision to let the New York City Marathon go on as planned.
A system to limit gasoline purchases should be considered to curb long lines at service stations for future natural disasters, former Shell Oil CEO John Hofmeister said Thrusday on CNBC.