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The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders examine stocks after a rough day of trading Thursday, before turning their attention to the struggling retail sector.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders hear from former J.C. Penney CEO Allen Questrom about retail, before debating the best ways to play.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders take a closer look at China, before turning their attention to the struggling solar stock known as SunEdison.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders examine the recent fallout in retail stocks, before hearing from an analyst on how Apple can grow its market cap to $1 trillion.
The trading panel discussed Friday's jobs report and the possibility of an interest rate hike next month.
The trading panel discussed cutting the cord, whether Facebook or General Electric is better to own and should you buy Apple stock right now.
The trading panel discussed Whole Food's earnings and how cord-cutting will affect Disney.
The trading panel discussed whether the market can rally and which stock to buy ahead of earnings.
The trading panel discussed Starbucks' earnings results Thursday, as well as other companies including LinkedIn.
The trading panel discussed Apple's iPhone sales in China, Twitter's earnings guidance and whether the Fed will be hawkish or dovish in its next statement.
The trading panel discussed Apple ahead of earnings and Valeant Pharmaceuticals' future.
The trading panel awaits key earnings reports after stocks ended on a high note Friday.
The trading panel discussed the company formerly known as Google and Microsoft's big rally.
The trading panel discussed gambling on Valeant, oil stocks and Twitter.
The trading panel discussed Yahoo!'s spinoff of its Alibaba stake, Chipotle's earnings and Ferrari's IPO.
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