Fast Money is an American financial investing television program that began airing on the CNBC cable/satellite TV channel on June 21, 2006. Originally a weekly (and later, a periodical) series, this program spun off from a weekly segment that first aired in the May 2006 episodes of On the Money.
Fast Money Recap
With Nike shares up more than 39% year to date, does Nike really have room to run farther?
The trading panel looked at the recent rally in retail stocks ahead of the Black Friday shopping weekend.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders discuss the earnings results from Hewlett Packard and look ahead to how the holiday season is set to pan out.
The trading panel discussed the stock market's big rebound and whether airlines could see a slowdown in bookings due the terrorist attacks in Europe.
The trading panel discussed the upcoming holiday selling season and whether Amazon will continue to dominate traditional retailers. They also examine why auto stocks have been lagging the market.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders dissect the $160 billion Pfizer-Allergan merger, then discuss whether it's time to buy stock in Chipotle Mexican Grill.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders consider the best strategy for investors after another market rally. They also discuss Chipotle after another E. coli breakout.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders listen to Kevin O'Leary on why he sold Apple for Microsoft, while Nike breathes new life into the drooping retail sector.
The following Gap (GPS) conference call took place on November 19, 2015, 05:00 PM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders took a look at the big decline in health care stocks, as well as Nike and Yahoo!.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders decide whether they should buy or take a pass on the Square and Match IPOs, then discuss Twitter and the Fed.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders discussed the Fed's FOMC statement, before turning their attention to earnings from Keurig Green Mountain and Salesforce.com.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders debate interest rates and ratings changes on Apple and Exxon Mobil. Then they hear from Target CEO Brian Cornell.
The U.S. dollar is about to break out to the upside, which will weigh on oil prices and commodities.
The following Wal-mart Stores (WMT) conference call took place on November 17, 2015, 07:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders dissect the latest earnings results from retailers Walmart and Dick's Sporting Goods, then hear from Nouriel Roubini and Dick Costolo.
The trading panel raised more concerns about a likely interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve next month.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders take a broad view at the market, including U.S. stocks, the European economy, oil prices, interesting rates and the Paris attacks.
The following Liberty Global (LBTYK) conference call took place on November 6, 2015, 09:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
Probably the most interesting point to come out of the various calls this week was a confirmation that the cable companies are lowering their ad load.