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Thursday's vote by the U.K. on whether to exit the European Union should bring an end to weeks of uncertainty.
The "Fast Money" traders debated how to trade athletic apparel stocks some of which ended the week down more than 2 percent.
Stephen Weiss of Short Hills Capital Partners reviews the main factors driving stocks today and how investors should be positioned for next week.
Zev Spiro, CEO of Orips Research, makes his case for why gold will reach $1,450.
Shares of Lumber Liquidators jumped Friday by nearly 18 percent.
Shares of Finisar jumped more than 7 percent Friday after the company posted fourth quarter results that beat expectations.
Jeff Gundlach discussed his views on Donald Trump, Brexit, the Fed and his favorite investment ideas on CNBC's "Halftime Report" Friday.
Oracle climbed 2 percent after reporting fiscal fourth-quarter revenue that beat the consensus estimate.
Shares of Smith & Wesson rose more than 7 percent on the heels of better-than-expected quarterly results.
The "Fast Money" traders share which moves they'd make on Friday.
Jim Cramer discussed the impact that violations at Whole Foods have had on both Chipotle, and the natural food industry.
Jim Cramer is explains why there is a tug of war happening between Brexit and oil.
Jim Cramer wasn't freaked out by this bold event in the oil patch.
The "Fast Money" traders debated how to trade the oil sector, after Brent and WTI crude hit their lowest levels since May.
Shanghai Disneyland opened Thursday. Here's why Nomura analyst Anthony DiClemente believes it will boost Disney's profitability.
Here's why all signs in the currency market point to a vote by Britain to stay in the European Union, trader Jon Najarian says.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Oracle, Smith & Wesson, Elizabeth Arden and more.
Halftime Report expert Josh Brown argues that a market bounce is on the way.
The rally in the Japanese currency doesn't appear to be stopping anytime soon and its strength has traders worried it could quash a struggling economy.
Nike and Ralph Lauren are two companies best positioned to take advantage of e-commerce.