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  • Louis Navellier: What's wrong with tech earnings

    Will earnings save Apple? The tech giant's ongoing battle with Carl Icahn. And the Nasdaq's next move, with Louis Navellier, Navellier & Associates, CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders, Jim Iuorio at the CME and Anthony Grisanti at the Nymex.

  • FMHR Final Trade

    The FMHR traders reveal their final trades.

  • Take a look at some of Thursday midday movers:

  • Carl Icahn: I'm buying more Apple

    If Apple doesn't do a buyback, Carl Icahn, Icahn Enterprises chairman, says he will test the waters on a "proxy fight." He thinks the stock is very "undervalued," and intends to up his stake in the company, which currently stands at $2.5 billion. CEO Tim Cook is doing "great job," he says, but it is derelict to not do a buyback. The activist investor also weighs in on Netflix and Herbalife.

  • Cashin: Record-high profit margins 'masterpiece of creative management'

    CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss what's trending on the biggest earnings day of the quarter.

  • Microsoft: Divide and conquer?

    Ed Maguire, CLSA, and Brent Thill, UBS, discuss whether breaking up the tech giant into three divisions is beneficial for the company. Microsoft has a lot of great assets but lack of consistent leadership and messaging has been a headwind, says Maguire.

  • European markets resume upward track

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events from Europe today, including a slew of earnings reports.

  • Cramer's Six in 60: Starwood, Panera and Chesapeake

    Cramer shares six stocks to watch, and reveals them in under 60 seconds, including Express Scripts and Medidata.

  • Faber Report: AT&T slightly beats estimates

    CNBC's David Faber breaks down the telecom giant's quarterly earnings and weighs in on why the stock took a hit despite reaching 10 billion subscribers in Q3.

  • Cramer's Mad Dash: McKesson jumps on deal

    Jim Cramer explains why he is keeping his eyes on shares of McKesson, Tractor Supply and Lumber Liquidators.

  • Tale of two airline earnings

    Shares of United Continental and Southwest are flying in opposite directions, reports the "Squawk on the Street" crew, with a look at the airline sector.

  • Cramer:  Autos are 'bright spot' here

    CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he thinks there are great things happening in the auto sector and big cap stocks.

  • Market interruptus: Tapering and debt

    Jack Ablin, BMO Private Bank, and Maury Harris, UBS chief U.S. economist, provide perspective on the outlook on the markets and how to play any pullback.

  • Why I'm long eBay: Pro

    Martin Sass, CEO & Chairman of MD Sass, says every part of eBay's business is up and shows no signs of slowing down.

  • 'Synchronize' global recovery underway: Expert

    Martin Sass, CEO and chairman of M.D. Sass, says he is seeing gradual and improving economic growth throughout the world and expects to see the U.S. and Europe with the biggest increases from very sluggish recessions.

  • Markets 'about fairly valued' here: Pro

    David Bianco, Deutsche Bank, and Barry Knapp, Barclays, discuss whether underlying market trends are getting better and how best to position your portfolio on a pullback.

  • Why you should invest in asset management

    Jason O'Connell, research director at Boston Private Bank, says the asset management business model is "tremendous" due to "terrific cash flow" and "very little balance sheet risk".

  • How to invest in Europe

    Robert Quinn, European equity strategist at S&P Capital IQ, expects the European earnings season to "underwhelm" and explains why he's upgraded auto and media stocks to overweight.

  • Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    With stocks near record highs, strategists are recommending investors focus on stock-picking select names and sectors, rather than the broader market.

  • Van der linde: China's growth set to peak

    Herald van der linde is Head of Equity Strategy, Asia-Pacific at HSBC says China's GDP growth may lose steam soon and lists the possible culprits behind it.