CNBC's "Fast Money"
About CNBC's "Fast Money"
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 http://fastmoney.cnbc.com for additional information.
Major indexes all closed well off their highs of the day, even as the rates market seemed to come to terms with the end of the Fed’s rate hike cycle. But which market has the real read on the outlook? Plus TikTok’s CEO making his appeal to not have the app banned in the U.S. What it all means for the social media space. Fast Money Disclaimer
Major markets closed near their lows of the day after the central bank chair suggested the end of the rate hike cycle is approaching, but that the fight against inflation was not over. Regional bank stocks resumed their sell off. We’re joined by the head of U.S. Bank Research at KBW for his outlook for the sector. Fast Money Disclaimer
Stocks rallying ahead of tomorrow’s all-important decision from the central bank. Will the Fed raise rates or pause, and have markets gotten too far ahead of themselves ahead of the announcement. Plus, TikTok’s CEO putting out his own viral video ahead of his Congressional testimony later this week. What it means for the social media app and how lawmakers look to regulate it. Fast Money Disclaimer
The Swiss government engineered a rescue of Credit Suisse over the weekend and U.S. banks are buying up the assets of their failed compatriots. So with all these backstops in place, should you be putting your faith in financials? Plus Goldman Sachs the first big bank to call for the Fed to pause in its rate hike cycle. How will all the turmoil in the financial sector impact the central bank’s decision? Fast Money Disclaimer
Stocks dropped to end a volatile week, but while banks took broad markets lower, big tech held up. One of our traders, though, isn’t so convinced by the recent “flight to stability”. How he’s playing the move now. Plus bitcoin prices soared this week as investors looked for safety in the usually-volatile crypto. Can the momentum last? Fast Money Disclaimer
Banks may be under pressure this week and markets may be volatile, but no one seems to have told big tech. The FANG+ names have been crushing the broader market this week, but can their outperformance continue. Plus a wild day for First Republic Bank as big banks come to the regional’s rescue. What’s next for the trade? Fast Money Disclaimer
Treasury yields sinking today, with the 2-year hitting its lowest level since September, as regional banks fell for the 7th day in 8. But equity markets closed well off the lows of the day. So who’s got it right – stocks or bonds? Plus “Big Short” trader Steve Eisman joins with a stark warning. Why he says, “don’t be a hero” in this market. Fast Money Disclaimer
The FDIC shut down the embattled Silicon Valley Bank on Friday, the biggest bank failure since the Financial Crisis. So how far will the ripple effects for this company reach? Plus it’s not just tech start-ups with exposure to the bank. We dig into what’s next for the biotech space. Fast Money Disclaimer
Silicon Valley Bank plunging more than 60% today as the rapid rise in interest rates wreaked havoc on its bond portfolios. But is this company’s trouble a sign of deeper concerns in the financial industry and the market? Plus President Biden’s new budget proposal could raise capital gains taxes to more than 40%, and it could impact a lot more people than you’d expect. Fast Money Disclaimer
We’re counting down to Friday’s employment report, which could give investors clues as to how aggressive the Fed could be with its next rate hikes. What can we expect, and how much will the data move the central bank. Plus semi stocks on the move today and TikTok takes focus on Capitol Hill. Fast Money Disclaimer
Stocks plunged Tuesday after Fed Chair Jerome Powell suggested the central bank would keep rates higher for longer. So have markets finally come to terms with what the Fed’s been trying to tell us? Plus WeightWatchers the latest company to get in on the weight loss drug craze. What it means for the all the players, and are these treatments really the “Holy Grail” for obesity treatments. Fast Money Disclaimer
Stocks fading fast into the close ahead of tomorrow’s testimony by the Fed Chair before the House Financial Services Committee. So should investors expect Powell to give markets a boost when he takes the stand? Plus the Chart Master has his eyes on a couple names that are seeing bearish-to-bullish reversals. He dives to bring us the details. Fast Money Disclaimer
Stocks rose sharply on Friday, with major indexes ending multi-week losing streaks, as bond yields fell below 4% again. But can the strength continue? Plus from the metaverse to artificial intelligence, how Meta’s newest venture could be a big boon for the former Facebook. Fast Money Disclaimer
Treasury yields continued their march higher today, and it’s having an impact on everything from car loans to corporate borrowing. But why are stocks rising even as credit costs rise? We try to find some answers. Plus after-hours moves in Broadcom and Nordstrom, and why investors seemed so disappointed by Tesla’s investor day. Fast Money Disclaimer
Investors keyed in to Elon Musk and his big reveal at Tesla’s investor day, but will it be a “sell the news” kind of event? The traders weigh in. Plus a big after-hours jump in shares of Salesforce after its latest earnings report. We dig in on the numbers and bring you the trades. Fast Money Disclaimer
A new House committee holding a prime time hearing tonight to examine the “communist threat” posed by China. What they’re looking at, and what it means for companies doing business with Beijing. Plus Rebecca Patterson joins to discuss the factors she says will dictate whether the economy pulls off a soft or hard landing. Fast Money Disclaimer
Shares of Goldman Sachs have been lagging rival Morgan Stanley this year, but with the investment giant holding its first investor day in 3 years tomorrow, could CEO David Solomon say something that could rev shares back up? Plus Warren Buffett sounding off against critics Fast Money Disclaimer
Markets closing out their worst week of the year with more losses after the Fed’s preferred inflation measure showed prices rose faster than expected in January. What that means for the central bank and your money. Plus Apple dropped below its 200-day moving after for the first time since the start of the month. The Chart Master dives in for some answers on where it’s going next. Fast Money Disclaimer
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