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Gold snaps its 4-day losing streak, with the Fast Money traders. They also answer viewer tweets.
Insight on JPMorgan, with the Fast Money traders. And James Altucher, Formula Capital, shares his latest take on Facebook. Years ago on CNBC's "Squawk Box" he called that Facebook would be worth $100 billion.
On Thursday, the Facebook IPO priced at the high end of forecasts at $38 a share. The company will begin trading on Friday morning on the NASDAQ under the symbol "FB."
Check out which companies are making headlines after-the-bell Thursday:
Gold prices clawed their way out of bear market territory Thursday, staging a sharp turnaround and posted the biggest one-day gain of the year.
Facebook priced its historic initial public offering at $38, a share at the high end of the expected range of $34-$38, becoming the largest internet IPO in history.
Are investors selling Apple to raise cash to buy Facebook? It seems so, say several brokers who have been watching Apple's stock price fall.
GM has learned what the savvy marketers already knew – people are not looking to buy on Facebook…yet. Facebook users believe their life (and the lives of their friends) is the most entertaining of 24/7 cinema; because they are the stars.
Like Facebook shares, but can't get near them? There are always options.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on the state of JPMorgan since the mess over its trading loss. Stephanie Link, The Street and Ben Pace, Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management, discuss the company's pullback and their sector picks.
Facebook has become an integral part of the recruiting process. It’s given employers an opportunity to learn more about prospective candidates and has allowed organizations to gain intelligence on a person’s ideals and background.
A few hours before the oversubscribed, wildly sought after Facebook shares are priced for the company’s public debut, Max Wolff, analyst at GreenCrest Capital, said buying in now is like “buying a lottery ticket.”
Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers:
Shares of JPMorgan are down an additional 3% since news that the nation's largest bank may have lost $3 billion instead of $2 billion. Jim Rickards, JAC Capital Advisors, weighs in.
Apple has now lost about $104 billion in market cap. Robert Van Batenburg, Apple analyst at Louis Capital Markets and Tavis McCourt, Raymond James, discuss whether the tech giant is tumbling.
When it comes to taxing a major Facebook founder’s windfall, Sens. Chuck Schumer and Bob Casey are so eight years ago. Their “Ex-Patriot Act” seeks to apply a mandatory 30 percent capital gains tax on anyone who abandons the United States, and it would renew an existing law, rarely enforced, that bars those people from setting foot on U.S. soil.
The IPO process is critical to the economy’s ability to generate wealth and innovation, says a University of Chicago finance professor.
Based on past bouts of big market swings, the dollar could get a meaningful lift if volatility rises.
Here’s a look at several under-$10 stocks that look poised to potentially trade higher from current levels.
Carl Quintanilla provides a preview of CNBC's special report, "Facebook: The Social Offering" and discussing whether Twitter, Kayak.com or Pinterest could be the next big tech IPO, with Bill Gurley, Benchmark Capital and the FMHR traders.