In tonight’s Final Trade the guys recommend the best US companies exposed to global growth.
Jeff Macke recommends Intel (INTC) because the world needs computers.
Pete Najarian likes Peabody Energy (BTU) as a coal play.
Guy Adami prefers Caterpillar (CAT) because heavy equipment is needed to get commodities out of the ground.
Eric Bolling says Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) because 70% of the company’s exposure is international.
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