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
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The trading panel discussed the big drop in Yum! shares after its terrible earnings and whether the worst is over for oil.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders say DuPont still has upside despite Tuesday's 10% rally, while PepsiCo, McDonald's and Yum! Brands could also continue to rally.
The trading panel discussed Dupont, Norman Peltz and if today's stock market is acting like 2011's.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders look at the stock market's continued rally and conclude that it can continue, then look at Nelson Peltz's GE move, and call it a winner.
Here’s how to trade the exchange-traded funds for small caps, the Dow 30, S&P 500 and the Nasdaq 100, whether or not Friday's rally continues.
The trading panel discussed the abysmal job numbers and why Apple stock could go to $200.
Cramer is watching a slew of earnings next week including Pepsico, Monsanto and Domino's Pizza. But he wants you to know how he invests right now.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders dissect the monthly jobs data to determine how it could impact stocks. Surprisingly, there's still a chance for a year-end rally.
The trading panel discussed possible mergers in the tech sector and what took Twitter so long to name Jack Dorsey CEO.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders examine stocks going into the fourth quarter, while also hearing Mohamed El-Erian's thoughts on the global economy.
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The trading panel discussed bank stocks, biotechs and whether Twitter is doing the right thing if it makes Jack Dorsey the CEO.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' investors hear from legendary hedge fund manager Carl Icahn to get his take on the overall market.
The trading panel discussed Tesla's Model X, the drop in biotech stocks and if Apple's iPhones will really make a difference.
The CNBC 'Fast Money Halftime' traders say investors should focus on individual stocks, rather than the broader market, as the latter will struggle with meager earnings growth.
The trading panel discussed biotech stocks, Glencore and Apple's iPhone sales weekend.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders say the stock market looks likely to retest its August lows, so why buy now?
The trading panel discussed the state of the biotech sector, whether Caterpillar is an indicator of China's economic health and whether Coke is it.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders attributed Friday's rally to Janet Yellen's Thursday evening speech, where the Fed chairwoman shed more light on an impending rate increase.