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From Wall Street to Main Street, Beltway battles to eventful earnings, our traders had you covered in a big week of "Fast Money."
On Monday, as D.C. dysfunction reached a fever pitch, the "Fast Money" crew tackled fresh optimism that drove stocks higher four days in a row. StockMonster's Guy Adami said that the markets are "now impervious to everything," and said to watch for more upside to the 1,730 level on the S&P 500. He also said to look for upside in Exxon Mobil. "I think you can trade that from the long side ... into their earnings release at the end of the month," he said.
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RiskReversal.com's Dan Nathan agreed with the bullish call on Exxon Mobil, but the two traders later sparred over Yahoo. Adami made the bull case, saying that the Alibaba IPO may "surprise people to the upside." Nathan came out clawing as the bear, saying Yahoo needs to improve its core advertising business or risk falling to $30 per share.
Also on Monday, Wells Fargo Chairman Emeritus Dick Kovacevich joined the team to break down the debt threat. "We just can't have a default. It would be horrendous if we did," he said. "We've never had this before ... if you really start getting into the details of this, you get very, very scared of what could happen."