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  • Fast Money Final Trade

    The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.

  • Earnings: As Bad As You Think?

    Tracking negative earnings expectations, with Paul Hickey, Bespoke Investment Group.

  • Will Windows 8 Release Hurt Microsoft?

    Discussing whether Microsoft's Windows 8 could help or hurt it, with Dan Niles, AlphaOne Capital; and the Fast Money traders discuss their trade on tech.

  • Austerity's Market Impact

    Violent protests in Greece and Spain over tough austerity measures are striking fear in investors. Brian Kelly, JPMorgan Funds; Mark Travis, Intrepid Capital Funds; and CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and Rick Santelli discuss.

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    Renewed jitters over Europe, growing fears about China and the U.S’s precarious fiscal situation all bode poorly for the recent stock rally, which could correct as much as 25 percent in the coming months, an investment manager said Wednesday.

  • Apple has led the market lower for the second straight day, and as a result, the implied volatility — that is to say, the cost of Apple options for October has popped 10.7 percent.

  • Fiscal Cliff Rescue

    QE3 will have less impact than experts expect, this strategist says, and investors who are short the dollar will get a surprise.

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    Despite concerns about the European debt crisis, one Pimco managing director still sees some global stocks that could boost investors’ portfolios.

  • Oil Storage Tank

    Weak global growth is slamming oil prices, sending them nearly 10 percent lower in less than two weeks, with more declines likely.

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    Investors spent most of the summer believing that central bankers would protect them from the looming European debt threat, only to find in recent days that they may be wrong.

  • S&P 500 Down for Fifth Day

    How to invest amid rising tensions in Europe as protests sweep the region for another day, with Bill Spiropoulus, CoreStates Capital Advisors CEO; David Sowerby, Loomis Sayles & Co.; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.

  • 25% Correction Coming?

    Stanley JG Crouch, Aegis Capital CIO, explains why he thinks the market "will likely see a massive correction in all risk assets."

  • Messy Global Markets

    Joseph Tanious, JPMorgan global market strategist, explains how European concerns, and the Fed's QE3 are both impacting the global markets.

  • What's the Trade on Intel?

    The FMHR crew weighs in on Pete Najarian's "buy" on Intel for the past three months.

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    Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers:

  • Time to Short Homebuilders?

    The FMHR crew weigh in with their top three trades, and Jeff Kilburg, Killir Kapital, explains why now is the time to play Treasuries. Also, Will Duff Gordon, Markit Research, weighs in on the best way to trade homebuilders now.

  • 'Grab for Treasuries Is Back': Jeff Kilburg

    European woes have sent investors back to U.S. Treasury bonds, says Jeff Kilburg of Killir Kapital Management.

  • Riding 3 Tech Giants to Profits

    How to play Google, eBay and Amazon, with Simon Baker, Baker Asset Management, and the FMHR crew share their top trades of the day.

  • Shoppers pass a branch of the newly-branded Santander bank on Oxford Street, in central London, on January 11, 2010. Spanish banking giant Santander on Monday declared that it wants to become Britain's biggest bank, as it began rebranding its British operations with its own name. Chairman Emilio Botin said that the ambitious group "wants to be the number one bank in the UK" and may buy more assets from struggling rivals. Botin told a London press conference that the Madrid-based banking titan wo

    It was the right time for Spain’s Banco Santander to list its Mexican unit in both the U.S. and Mexico, Santander Mexico chief Marcos Martinez told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” after the listing on Wednesday.

  • 90 Seconds with Art Cashin: Catalan Secession?

    CNBC's Mary Thompson and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss Art's feeling that demonstrations in Europe could cause a problem in the markets. Europe is very weak and we're trying to figure out where things are going next, he says. Meanwhile, Catalonia has apparently approached Brussels about the possibility of secession.