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The catalyst: Although there was no clear catalyst, Citi tends to be one of the most correlated to the overseas financial crisis.
The trade: If we get a favorable outcome in Greece (looks like Greece stays in EU), Citi could make a sharp move, says Fast Money trader Pete Najarian, co-founder OptionMonster.com.
The catalyst: Investors may be betting that USG will be a beneficiary, after the annual State of the Nation’s Housing report released Thursday by Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies, detailed more signs of revival.
The trade: I’m long and I like it, says Fast Money trader Brian Kelly, founder of Shelter Harbor Capital.
The catalyst: A filing with the SEC revealed that that activist investor MHR Fund Management had established a 13% position in Navistar. Considering Carl Icahn is also a Navistar shareholder, investors may be betting these ‘Whales’ can unlock shareholder value.
The trade: It’s a really volatile stock, I’d stay away, says Fast Money trader Steve Grasso, director of institutional sales trading at Stuart Frankel.
The catalyst: Investors may have found recent commentary from BP encouraging; the CEO said BP plans to remain in Russia despite earlier this month announcing that it intends to sell its half of the Russia-based TNK-BP joint venture.
The trade: They’re doing a lot of something right, says Fast Money trader Jon Najarian, co-founder OptionMonster.com.