Henrietta Treyz, Height Analytics Macro, and Brian Gardner, KBW, discuss how the markets would perceive a short-term extension deal in DC.
Dissecting the market's optimistic rally, is Erin Gibbs, S&P Capital IQ; Michael Gayed, Inflation Rotation Fund; and Erik Ristuben, Russell Investments.
Discussing market activity amid uncertainties in Washington, is David Darst, Morgan Stanley, and Robert Luna, SureVest Capital Management.
Patti Domm is currently on vacation and will be back on Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Warren Meyers, DME Securities; Alan Harry, Spartan Commodity Fund; and Brian Battle, Performance Trust, provide prospective into the market's rally and gold's plunge as Washington efforts a deal to end the shutdown.
Discussing earnings and Washington's impact on the markets, is Rich Peterson, S&P Capital IQ; Sam Barnett, SBB Research Group; and CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
The FMHR traders reveal their final trades.
The "Fast Money" traders have the play on stocks viewers asked for, including Ford, Sprint, McDonald's and Freeport-McMoran.
"Fast Money" traders Jon and Pete Najarian share their protection playbook on Netflix and Nike by using options to take full advantage of the markets.
Jim Keenan discusses the market's momentum in anticipation of a deal in Washington.
Harold Ford, Morgan Stanley, and Anthony Scaramucci, Skybridge Capital, discuss anticipation for a resolution in Washington.
Johnson and Johnson received an upgrade at Goldman Sachs. "Fast Money" traders Pete Najarian and Steve Weiss debate if now is the time to bet on the pharma.
Insight on stocks making the biggest moves in the market today with the "Fast Money" traders.
Fred Cannon of KBW says shareholders should get past the headlines with JPMorgan.
Paul Richards, UBS Managing Director, expects a DC debt deal by Monday night, says, "We need to get debt ceiling issues pushed down the road and get on with running the economy."
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss whether there is reason to be optimistic about the meeting between Senate Republicans and President Obama over the debt ceiling and reopening the government.
David Malpass, Encima Global president, tells CNBC's Rick Santelli it will "take years to sort out how to restrain a government that has grown too big."
Starbucks is circulating petitions in stores calling on Washington lawmakers to end the shutdown and debt battle. "Already have 200,000 signatures, and we haven't even started yet," says CEO Howard Schultz.
While the markets wait on Washington to come to a deal on debt and end the government shutdown, CNBC's Rick Santelli reports provides sentiment.
CNBC's Dominic Chu shares how investors should position themselves amid uncertainties in Washington.