The Halftime gang gives you Tuesday tips on big retail names.
The FMHR traders reveal their final trades.
FMHR trader Pete Najarian is tracking options activity in Gilead Sciences.
Wells Fargo has downgraded 3 media stocks. Stephanie Link, TIAA-CREF managing director, provides perspective on the shift in the sector.
In the battle for the top trader, Joe Terranova has made a trade, buying Palo Alto Networks, Consol Energy and Interactive Brokers.
Dan Suzuki, BofA Merrill Lynch, shares his market forecast, and explains why energy is a buy here.
The number of emails from Hillary Clinton's tenure as Sec. of State are now being flagged for potentially classified information, and researchers say new evidence suggests teens who use electronic cigarettes are more likely to begin other tobacco products, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
The FMHR traders take their positions on four stocks making news today.
Where Wal-Mart is headed, with Dana Telsey of Telsey Advisory Group CEO.
The read on retail, with the FMHR traders.
Chris Horvers of J.P. Morgan outlines the 3 key things to watch when Home Depot reports earnings.
The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day including U.S. retail and Home Depot.
The latest action and bullish views on Home Depot amid their earnings.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on SunEdison teaming up with Goldman for an investment fund. Sunedison will form a $1 billion asset facility with the investment giant.
Dennis Gartman, Editor of the Gartman Letter, provides perspective to the oil market as some fear it may be time to brace for a breakdown.
The "Fast Money" traders give six home builders plays to avoid the market's recent volatility.
CNBC's Kate Kelly report on oil drillers that may be in trouble, including Samson, which has said it intends to file for bankruptcy in September.
Dissecting the day's top trades with the Fast Money traders including Amazon and Tesla.
Carter Worth, Cornerstone Macro, analyzes the latest housing data making headlines.
NBC News Leanne Gregg reports from Chelan, Washington, where wildfires continue to spread, and have destroyed an Apple processing plant which employs 800 people.