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You'll wish you bought these stocks

The "Fast Money" traders place their bets on the hottest stocks of the future.

Market flashback to '97?

CNBC's Bob Pisani reflects on late 1997, a period known as the Asian Financial Crisis.

Money hidden under Modern bed mattress

On Thursday's "Fast Money," trader Brian Kelly reiterated his call to investors to stay in cash. Checking in with Kelly as traders head into the weekend.

Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx (R) and Google Chairman Eric Schmidt ride in a Google self-driving car at the Google headquarters on February 2, 2015 in Mountain View, California.

The "Fast Money" traders give you 4 stocks to buy and hold for a year.

Dow lost 1,000+ points this week

Dissecting stocks getting hammered this week, and their strategies into the weekend, with the "Fast Money" traders.

What are market circuit breakers?

When extreme market volatility hits, circuit breakers kick in. But what are they and why were they put in place? CNBC's Zack Guzman explains.

How North Korea's nuke test backfired

Ted Kemp, CNBC's Senior Enterprise Editor explains how North Korea's nuclear test strengthened U.S. alliances with Japan and South Korea.

Kyle Bass on energy: Rather own commodity than equities

Discussing U.S. oil production forecasts, with Kyle Bass, Hayman Capital Management founder.

I don't think we're going into recession: Marc Lasry

The U.S. economy is doing fine, and there are opportunities out there, with Marc Lasry, Avenue Capital CEO.

As January goes, so goes 2016?

New York Times columnist Jim Stewart, shares a simple rule investors could follow the markets this year.

Holiday check-up: Gap, American Eagle & more

CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on retail holiday sales.

A job seeker, right, meets with recruiters during the HireLive Career Fair in San Francisco.

The jobs number was" fantastically strong" but if we get too good at growth it might have negative consequences, says James Paulsen, Wells Capital Management chief investment strategist.

Workforce too small to leverage up good in economy: Santelli

CNBC's Rick Santelli and Steve Liesman spar over Friday's jobs report numbers.

Fed should not make policy based on labor: Kudlow

Peter Boockvar, The Lindsey Group; Larry Kudlow, CNBC senior contributor, and CNBC's Steve Liesman share their thoughts on Friday's nonfarm payroll and what it indicates about the economy.

Powerball jackpot hits a record-setting $700M

The grand prize rolls over to $700 million for Saturday night's drawing.

CNBC’s Jeniece Pettitt checks out some of the stranger products on display at CES 2016.

CNBC's Jeniece Pettitt explores the weirder side of CES.

Roach: China's markets do not reflect economy

China is performing "reasonably well" in the early stages of its economic transition, explains Stephen Roach, senior fellow at Yale University and former Asia chairman at Morgan Stanley.

Stocks set for rebound from worst yearly start

U.S. stock index futures point to a rebound at the open, but not nearly enough to make much of a dent in this week’s heavy losses.

Citi Group headquarters in New York.

Robert Buckland, Citi Investment Research chief global equity strategist, discusses what prompted him to cut the rating on U.S. stocks and why equities may have further to fall, although he sees decent value in financials.

Yuan currency China

Miranda Carr, senior analyst at Haitong Securities, discusses what’s going on in China’s markets, following turbulence on Thursday, January 7 2016.

A trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, January 7, 2016

Frank Troise, SoHo Capital, discusses China's market volatility, and where oil prices are headed.

BoS: The word for China today is 'confused'

Chinese policymakers, markets and investors are all confused today, says Richard Jerram, chief economist at Bank of Singapore.

This is the key risk for Samsung

Samsung has not managed to hit its 2013 high as it struggles with topline growth, says Satish Lele, APAC VP of Consulting at Frost & Sullivan.

China's communication needs improvement: UBS

China has been transparent about its currency reforms, but it needs to improve its communication to markets, says Kelvin Tay, Southern APAC MD and regional CIO at UBS Wealth Management.

An investor observes stock market prices on January 7, 2016 in Huaibei, China.

Discussing the panic in the Chinese market, with Kelvin Tay, UBS Wealth Management.

Men look an electronic board showing stock information at a brokerage house in Beijing, China, January 5, 2016.

Chinese markets open firmer and the first trade coming in for the Chinese currency comes in at 6.5641.

Two critical factors that could intensify China rout

CNBC Hong Kong's Sri Jegarajah spotlights two critical factors that could intensify renewed volatility in China.

Cramer: The mechanics of what causes a selloff

Mad Money host Jim Cramer discusses the latest market action involving a selloff and China concerns. Even with the worst start to the New Year, the crescendo of selling just hasn't happened yet, says Cramer.

WSJ: China adding to recession risk factors

Greg Ip, Wall Street Journal, provides perspective over whether China problems will hit the U.S. economy.

Cashin: The next chapter of what happens in China

CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the weakness in crude oil and Chinese market action.

If China falters, which companies could be hurt the most?

CNBC's Seema Mody details the names that are most precariously positioned, should China's slowdown continue.