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Hosted by Melissa Lee and a roundtable of top traders, “Fast Money” breaks through the noise of the day, to deliver the actionable news that matters most to investors. Fast Money airs weeknights at 5p ET on CNBC. Visit for additional information.

Hosted by Melissa Lee and a roundtable of top traders, “Fast Money” breaks through the noise of the day, to deliver the actionable news that matters most to investors. Fast Money airs weeknights at 5p ET on CNBC. Visit for additional information.


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Hosted by Melissa Lee and a roundtable of top traders, “Fast Money” breaks through the noise of the day, to deliver the actionable news that matters most to investors. Fast Money airs weeknights at 5p ET on CNBC. Visit for additional information.




Stocks Shrug Off Hotter-than-Expected Jobs Report, and China Tech Posts a Big Week 12/02/22

The Dow eked out a gain and the S&P and Nasdaq were barely lower, despite signs inflation may still be a concern in the latest jobs report. So should investors breathe a sigh of relief after today’s market action. Plus KWEB shares surged this week with names like Pinduoduo, Baidu and Tencent leading the charge. We’re digging in on whether you should be jumping into this trade.


The Epic Move in Rates, and Reaction to DC’s First FTX Hearing 12/1/22

The yield on 30-year treasuries dropped by more than 20 basis points today, hitting their lowest level since late September. But, even with a seemingly more dovish Fed, is the move justified? And what does it mean for the markets? Plus the CFTC Chair in the hot seat on Capitol Hill to field questions about the collapse of crypto exchange FTX. We’re joined by a former head of that agency for more insight on what regulation in the space should look like.


CNBC Special: One-on-One with Sam Bankman-Fried 11/30/22

CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin in a one-on-one conversation with former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried at The New York Times DealBook Summit.


Nasdaq Goes Negative for November, and a Cyber Stock Breaks Down 11/29/22

Markets were mixed after a choppy session on Wall Street, but the Nasdaq closed down for a third straight day and fell into negative territory for November. So what should we expect as we head into the last month of the year? Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson joins with his thoughts. Plus shares of Crowdstrike plunging after issuing disappointing earnings guidance. We dig into what’s next for the stock and the sector.


Stocks Sink as China Concerns Deepen, and the Real Read on Black Friday Sales Growth 11/28/22

Stocks closed near their lows of the session as protests over China’s COVID policies sent ripple effects across the markets. How deep an impact can we see, and what companies will be most impacted? Plus online sales on Black Friday hit a record this year, but is the consumer really as strong as these numbers suggest? We dig in and get all the details.


Stocks Rally Post-Fed, and Digging in on Apple’s Production Outlook 11/23/22

The suggestion that the Fed would slow the pace of its tightening “soon” sent stocks higher today, with the Dow posting its best close since April. But with the all-important holiday season around the corner, what can we expect from markets as we close out the year. Plus protests at an Apple production facility in China sparking questions about how the iPhone maker will be able to meet demand. What it means for the stock as we head into the new year.


Can We See a Year-End Rally? And the CEO of the CME Group on Why He Thinks Sam Bankman-Fried is a Fraud 11/22/22

On the anniversary of the Nasdaq’s all-time high, the tech heavy index was able to rally, but it’s still more than 30% off that record. Is there more pain ahead, or are we setting up for a year-end comeback rally? Plus Terry Duffy, the CEO of the CME Group says he was calling out FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried a long time ago. What he says concerned him about the crypto exchange.


The Disney-Do Over, and Opportunity in Chinese Stocks? 11/21/22

Bob Iger is back at the helm at Disney after a roller coaster ride under his one-time successor Bob Chapek. But can this old blood breathe new life into the struggling entertainment stock? Plus Chinese stocks took a hit after the country stepped up its lockdown policies and reported its first COVID-related death since May. But one market watcher says he’s seeing opportunity in the region. What he’s recommending now.


Are Energy Prices Signaling a Recession, and Time to Bet on “Old Tech”? 11/18/22

Energy prices dropped nearly 10% this week and took oil stocks with them. And they weren’t the only commodity lower. So are these markets pricing in the true risk of recession, and what does it mean for the rest of the economy? Plus IBM shares quietly hitting 52-week highs today as legacy tech players continue to outperform the new kids on the block. Should you shift your trades into old tech?


A Mixed Message for Markets, and Sheila Bair Weighs in on FTX 11/17/22

Markets dropped on Thursday after some hawkish talk from Fed officials raised the prospect of a recession and sent interest rates higher. So were we too quick to celebrate the recent reads on inflation? Plus the latest twists and turns in the implosion of crypto exchange FTX. What former FDIC chair Sheila Bair has to say about the industry and its impact on the banking system.


What’s Target Doing Wrong, and a Dire Warning on the Housing Market 11/16/22

Shares of Target plunged more than 13% after its latest earnings report, its fourth worst day on record and a stark contrast to the strength seen in Walmart yesterday. So is this a Target-specific problem, or a bigger indication about the market? Plus the Dallas Fed pointing out the moves in the housing market closely mimic what we saw during the housing bubble in the late 2000s. What that says about the state of the economy.


Markets’ Wild Ride, and a Retail Industry Veteran Weighs in on Walmart 11/15/22

Major indexes managed to eke out gains on Tuesday, after losing most of their early gains midday. What the action says about where markets are going, and how the Fed is watching everything that takes place. Plus Mickey Drexler, the former CEO of the Gap and J.Crew joins us to breakdown Walmart’s strong quarter and what he sees in store for the rest of the retail space.


What Walmart Earnings Could Mean for the Market, and Two Takes on Meta’s Momentum 11/14/22

Retail earnings kick off tomorrow with Walmart and Home Depot. The stock market hasn’t had the best reaction to results over the past few quarters. Will this time be different? Plus, Meta shares are up over 30 percent from their November lows, and while one of our traders is staying in, another is taking the profit an running. We find out why.


Markets Close Out a Strong Week, But Is There Trouble Under the Surface? 11/11/22

Major stock indexes were able to keep up the momentum after yesterday’s stellar rally, with the Nasdaq closing out the week with an 8% gain. But one of our traders cautions, “Not so fast!” It might be too early to jump into this rally with both feet. Plus, what the dropping dollar means for markets, and the stock that’s rebounded 25% this week.


Market’s Big Post-CPI Surge, and the Side-Effects of the FTX Crash 11/10/22

The Nasdaq posting its best day since March 2020 after a cooler than expected CPI report calmed investor fears. But will the rally run on, and how traders should navigate these seemingly stabilizing seas. Plus Sam Bankman-Fried breaking his silence as his crypto company convulses. One expert in the space looks at the collateral damage to the industry.


A Crisis of Confidence for Crypto, and Countdown to CPI 11/9/22

Binance walking away from its deal to buy FTX’s non-U.S. assets in a stunning fall from grace for crypto’s one-time savior, Sam Bankman-Fried. What it means for the future of the digital currency space. Plus markets dropping ahead of tomorrow’s CPI report. What the numbers might mean for the indexes heading into year-end.s


Disney, Affirm shares drop after earnings, and the wild moves in crypto assets today 11/8/22

Shares of the entertainment giant sank after it reported worse than expected earnings and revenue, even as it added more subscribers than expected. We dig into the numbers to find out where it’s going from here. Plus the so-called savior of crypto finding himself in a cash crunch. What Binance’s deal with Sam Bankman-Fried means for the digital currency space.


Markets Rally Ahead of Midterms, and When Do You Cut the Cord on Meta? 11/7/22

Stocks closed near the highs of the day as investors turn their focus to tomorrow’s midterm elections. But can the momentum continue as voters go to the polls. Plus Meta shares rallying today on the possibility of job cuts. But is it enough to put your faith back in the stock?


Will One Bad Apple Spoil the Market? 11/4/22

Apple shares ended the day in the red despite a late-day market rally. So with the last big market general seeming to lay down its sword, will there be more pain ahead for the markets? Plus is there relief in store on interest rates, and what one trader is doing with his China trade.


The Real Impact of Rising Rates, and Is Apple About to Break Down? 11/3/22

Interest rates spiked again, the day after the Fed’s latest move, and borrowing costs are already seeing big jumps. What it means for the markets and for companies trying to manage their corporate debt. Plus the Chart Master is drilling into his Apple call. Why he thinks shares are ready to end their long reign of outperformance.