The "Halftime Report" traders give their final trades of the show.» Read More
The FMHR traders are joined by Joey Kramer, Aerosmith drummer, to discuss his new coffee business and answer all his stock market questions.
The "Halftime Report" traders give their top trades.
Halftime's hottest trades today: 6 trades in 40 seconds. Taking on Thursday with trades on JPMorgan, Bank of America, Fitbit, Southwest Airlines, and healthcare.
The FMHR team discusses their call of the day, Southwest Air.
Paul Richards, UBS, discusses his take on a Greek deal and all things markets.
The FMHR discuss their Fed playbook ahead of the FOMC meeting.
Atul Lele, Deltec International Group chief investment officer, weighs in on his outlook to what will come out of the Fed meeting and how to trade the Fed decision.
The FMHR discuss their call of the day: Bristol-Myers.
Halftime's hottest trades today: 7 trades in 45 seconds. Helping you over the hump with trades on Starbucks, Bristol Myers, FedEx, Fitbit, Bob Evans, and rates.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on what to expect as Fitbit is set to price their IPO.
The FMHR traders take their positions on four stocks making news today, including FedEx and Bob Evans.
Dana Telsey, Telsey Advisory Group, gives a business outlook on Gap and their strategy shift as they target to revamp. Also, what to expect from Michael Kors.
Mohamed El-Erian said there's a major chance of a Greek "accident" happening and he doesn't foresee a debt deal happening anytime soon.
The Futures Now team discusses the word on bonds ahead of the Fed meeting.
Herb Greenberg, Pacific Square Research partner, discusses Google's growth issue and shares exclusive research to support his stance.
Halftime's hottest trades today: 7 trades in 50 seconds. Taking Tuesday by storm with trades on Under Armour, Google, Twitter, Netlfix, Gilead Sciences, and JPMorgan.
The "Halftime Report" traders give their trades for the second half.
Laura Martin, Needham senior analyst, analyzes Netflix and gives a bullish perspective to long term outcomes.
Reports say the FBI and Justice Department prosecutors are investigating whether front-office officials for the St. Louis Cardinals hacked into internal networks of a rival team to steal closely guarded information about player personnel. Rick Horrow, Horrow Sports ventures, weighs in.
Pete Najarian takes a closer look at Cardinal Health.