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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 http://fastmoney.cnbc.com for additional information.
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Leading Well is a podcast about leadership where we interview leaders and people of influence to learn more about them, their background, their processes, and how they achieve their goals
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Don't miss a thing while you're on holiday, with Tim Dower and Newstalk ZB Holiday Breakfast. Tim delivers the best in news, views and opinion to keep Kiwis informed and entertained while you're on the road, at the bach, or relaxing at home.
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A podcast that focuses on linking Business with Grassroots Sport. Showcasing our "Elite Champion Members" and their chosen "Grassroots Sports Club"; promoting a "Sports for All Culture" by funding Grassroots Sport to deliver "Positive Social Change".
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Kevin Simpson of Capital Wealth Planning interviews the financial industry's top investment professionals to provide expert insight and analysis on CoveredCalls with Kevin Simpson. If you'd like a deeper understanding of today's markets, this is the show for you.
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Chip stocks leading today’s tech sell off. The group down 15% from its record last month. Will the semi slip continue? Or can earnings next week help fuel a rebound? Plus Tech between a rock and a hard place. Apple and Meta under pressure as U.S./China tensions heat up. So is the latest move a TikTok retaliation? Fast Money Disclaimer…
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Netflix on the move after delivering quarterly earnings. What it means for the stock, and where the streaming wars go from here as password sharing takes center stage. Plus TikTok nearing midnight. Lawmakers fast tracking a ‘divest or ban’ bill that could force the hand of Chinese owner Bytedance. What it means for the app, and if this bill will pa…
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Could higher interest rates be boosting the economy, instead of hurting it? The contrarian view of how elevated rate levels are helping fill the consumers pocket, rather than leaving them squeezed. Plus More tailwinds for Boeing. A company whistleblower sounding off on safety concerns on Capitol Hill. But there could be another storm cloud heading …
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Bank earnings are sending mixed signals, as the money centers and investment banks painting different pictures for the financial space. How results are impacting markets, and what it could mean for the rest of earnings season. Plus A pivotal moment for Japan, as the Yen hits fresh 34-year lows. So will regulators step in? And what it means for inve…
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The market starting the day with gains, but losing steam fast as geopolitical tensions escalate. Rates also making a big move today, with the 10-year yield hitting its highest level since November. Will the overseas conflict continue to weigh on stocks? Plus Tesla cutting jobs. The EV maker slashing 10% of its global workforce, as shares continue t…
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April has gotten off to a rough start, as stocks drop and rates rise. But can earnings season help boost markets, or will results be the nail in the coffin? Plus Yellow Metal Musings. Gold rallying to another all-time high. What’s driving the surge? And what other commodities could come along for the ride? Fast Money Disclaimer…
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Shares of Morgan Stanley fell as much as 7.2% after a report that multiple federal agencies are looking into how its wealth management unit vets clients for money laundering risks. What it means for the company as we get ready for bank earnings season. Plus 10-year yields hit a high of 4.6% today, and one top analyst says it could be testing record…
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Stocks selling off after this morning’s hot CPI print. Could the inflation gauge push The Fed to delay rates into 2025? Plus A Real Estate rough spot. That CPI data sending all things real estate into the red. How commercial property, housing stocks, and the homebuying proxies are all being impacted. Fast Money Disclaimer…
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Alphabet surging to an all-time high as the tech titan unveils a new AI chip. What it means for the Cloud space, and how it stands up to the competition. Plus… why your power bill doesn’t care about the Fed’s inflation fight. The rise in energy costs and how consumers are paying up no matter which way rates go.…
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Stocks bouncing back after yesterday’s big sell off. But between a hot jobs report, hawkish Fed talk, and even a literal earthquake… is a market rally the normal reaction? Plus even more room to go in energy’s price spike. The pain at the pump, and where energy stocks could be heading next. Fast Money Disclaimer…
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Stocks reversing course as investors fear it could take the Fed even longer to cut rates. So could a potential delay keep markets from continuing their climb? Plus… is there a small cap comeback on the horizon? The signs starting to emerge, and where you look for leadership in the space. Fast Money Disclaimer…
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Fed Chair Jerome Powell weighing in on the fight against inflation… as stocks continue their weak start to Q2. So has inflation really gotten under control? Plus Ford picking up as new sales numbers help boost the stock. What the data means for the auto stock… and where consumers are leaning to when picking out some new wheels. Fast Money Disclaime…
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Tesla stalling out as EV deliveries fall short of expectations. And even some long-term bulls are losing charge. Could this be the inflection point for the EV maker? Plus U.S.-China tensions in focus. President Biden speaking with Chinese President Xi Jinping on a wide range of topics. What to know from that call, and how TikTok got weaved into the…
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The second quarter kicking off with a big move higher in rates, gold, and oil… after Fed Chair Powell’s bullish economic comments. So should investors brace for a prolonged pause out of the Fed? Plus Japan’s currency issues. How the drop in the yen could have central bankers intervening. Fast Money Disclaimer…
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Big changes for the Reserve Bank, as it appoints new members to its Monetary Policy Committee. University of Auckland macroeconomics professor Prasanna Gai and former Electricity Authority chief executive Carl Hansen will take up their posts later in the year. Westpac chief economist Kelly Eckhold explains what these new changes could mean for the …
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The Warriors played in front of a sold-out crowd at Auckland's own Mt Smart stadium- and were rewarded with a win. Despite a leg injury taking down Luke Metcalf in the first 10 minutes, the team beat the Newcastle Knights 20-12. ZB sport commentator Elliot Smith recaps the team's second victory of the season. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listene…
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The Warriors have made it two wins in a row, after beating the Newcastle Knights 20-12 at a sold-out Mount Smart. Jackson Ford, Chanel Harris-Tavita and Marcelo Montoya all bagged tries for the hosts, with Shaun Johnson's penalty enough to secure the win. Team CEO Cameron George was stoked to help create an environment where fans could fill up one …
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Less money in the wallets of EV owners, but more money in the budget for fixing our roads. Owners of EVs and plug-in hybrids are no longer exempt from road user charges. From today, EV owners will need to pay $76 per 1000 kilometres, while plug-in hybrids will need to pay $38. AA's Principal Policy Advisor for Motoring Affairs Terry Collins says th…
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King Charles has shaken hands with members of the public, in his first significant public appearance since being diagnosed with cancer. He's attended the annual Easter Sunday service in Windsor with his wife Queen Camilla. Prince William, Princess Catherine and their children weren't in attendance, due to Catherine's ongoing cancer battle. Royal co…
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Current Tenancy Tribunal processes are failing to get some tenants to pay what they owe. The Herald's Open Justice reports landlords have been chasing $1.3 million of unpaid rent through the tribunal in just the first two months of this year. Auckland Property Investors' Federation Vice President Peter Lewis says bonds don't cover the cost. "Often …
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There's hope a $100 million industrial complex under construction in Auckland will create a new standard for sustainable goods distribution. Argosy Property's 3.5 hectare development on Neilson Street in Onehunga is expected to be completed late next year. It will have large rainwater tanks, will accommodate EV truck charging and will have solar pa…
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Easter trading rules are back in the spotlight, with two Wānaka supermarkets facing potential fines for remaining open throughout the long weekend. So-called 'non-essential businesses' need an exemption to open on Good Friday or Easter Sunday. Dairies, restaurants, cafes and pharmacies are currently considered essential, but Wānaka Business Chamber…
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The Associate Finance Minister says the minimum wage isn't designed to be a way of raising income, and the Government has to consider its effect on employers. The minimum wage increases to$23.15 an hour from today, with the Family Tax Credit, Best Start tax credit and Job Seeker Support benefit also increasing. Labour says the increase won't be eno…
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Days before judgement was set to be handed down, Australian broadcaster Network 10 has new evidence to add to Bruce Lehrmann's case. The network has applied to submit this new evidence - the details of which are currently unknown - with a hearing listed for Tuesday afternoon. Australian correspondent Murray Olds says it's unclear if Network 10 is l…
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Work is underway to rebuild Baltimore Key Bridge, which collapsed after being hit by a cargo ship last week. The White House has poured millions of into fixing the port, which brings in billions of dollars of revenue annually. US Correspondent Richard Arnold says authorities have a long process ahead. "They have only recovered the remains of two of…
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Q1 is in the books, and stocks are heading into Q2 with some major accomplishments. Can the market rally keep raging? And where you should be positioned going into the second quarter. Plus… what it really costs to craft these diabetes drugs. A new study pointing to a $5 price tag for a month’s worth of one blockbuster GLP-1 drug. The dollar dichote…
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CNBC Pro Talks features one-on-one interviews with Wall Street’s top investors, smartest traders and rising stars. CNBC’s Dominic Chu finds out what makes them tick, what makes them money, and how you can follow in their footsteps. CNBC Pro Talks is a monthly interview series that’s part of CNBC’s premium subscription service, CNBC Pro. To hear the…
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One trend in the fast-food space could be pointing to a cash-strapped consumer. How diners are tightening their belts and the impact on the restaurant stocks. Plus Bitcoin’s next move. Crypto crushing it over the last few months, and with Bitcoin’s halving just a month away, could this space be ready to climb even higher? Fast Money Disclaimer…
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An under-the-radar inflation read may be pointing to lingering pain. How cocoa prices are getting too sweet this year, and the other commodities inching higher. Plus…Bet on the winners? Or take a chance on some comeback kids? Our Fast Money traders give their picks for the names that could pump your portfolio. Fast Money Disclaimer…
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Disney’s boardroom battle nearing a head as investors look to the company’s annual shareholder meeting next week. But with shares climbing since Activist investor Nelson Peltz got involved, could a proxy battle boost the media giant even further? Plus China sidelining semis. The country looking to phase out U.S. chips, delivering a blow to some top…
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Shares of Nike and Lululemon getting stretched, as the retailers both disappoint investors with weak outlooks. So are cracks starting to form in the consumer stocks? Plus Donald Trump’s media merger getting shareholder approval. How the former president could be in for a $3 billion windfall… if shares can reverse their downward spiral. Fast Money D…
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The Department of Justice suing Apple over an iPhone monopoly in a landmark antitrust case. What they’re accusing the tech titan of doing, and the impact this could have on the iphone ecosystem. Plus… Can oil’s rally keep pumping higher? Crude outpacing equities this year, Fast Money DisclaimerBy CNBC
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Major indexes hit all-time highs after Fed Chair Jerome Powell kept rates steady, but reiterated expectations of 3 rate cuts before year’s end. So will markets continue to run higher with lower interest rates on the horizon? Plus Ready for Reddit?. The social media company preparing to go public in its highly anticipated debut. But will investors w…
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Retail M&A is heating up, as a number of companies in the space weigh current and potential deals. What you need to know about all these possible buyouts… and if there’s more dealmaking to be done. Plus cracks in commercial real estate. Why the sector may still be looking for a bottom, and what the credit markets are saying about the space. Fast Mo…
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Nvidia’s surge comes into focus as CEO Jensen Huang takes the stage at the company’s GTC conference. Can the AI-hype keep fueling this stock’s record run? Plus… Rate cut hopes losing steam as recent inflation data could change the central bank’s tune. The likelihood of a cut, and if investors should be expecting one in 2024 at all. Fast Money Discl…
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Shares of Nvidia up ahead of its big AI Developers conference next week. What investors should be watching in the product launch, and how traders should play the name. Plus the Fed holding its second policy meeting of the year. What the central bank may say about the direction of rates this year, and how it could impact the markets. Fast Money Disc…
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China sounds off on the potential TikTok ban… as Former Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin weighs scooping up the social media app. Could a deal get done? And how will U.S.-China relations be impacted? Plus… A debt situation going from bad to worse. The federal debt load continuing to grow, stoking fears of higher rates and lower growth. So can it be…
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Consumers diverging when it comes to spending. Shares of Dollar Tree tanking after announcing it will close nearly 1000 stores, but Williams-Sonoma is surging after a big profit beat. So what are these consumer-facing stock moves saying about how people are spending? Plus… TikTok on the clock after the House passes a potential ban on the Chinese-ow…
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No school like the old school. Seasoned tech names like IBM, Dell, Oracle, and more all seeing outsized gains. So with the S&P closing at yet another record close, can you count on the whole tech trade to keep fueling the rally? Plus… Weight loss drug prices in focus as President Biden’s budget proposal comes into play. How the drugmakers gains cou…
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The red-hot high-flyers are losing steam, as this year’s leaders like Nvidia, Eli Lilly, and more lose momentum.Is this just a temporary blip, or is there a greater unwinding at work? Plus… A social slugfest. Former President Donald Trump laying into Meta, calling the social media giant an “Enemy of the People”... as a TikTok ban nears a vote. Fast…
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Stocks taking a breather, as gold breaks out to a new high, topping $2200 for the first time ever. All while crypto continues its climb, with Bitcoin hitting $70,000. Could the moves have broader implications for the recent market rally? Plus… All eyes on Reddit. The social media company kicking off its pre-IPO roadshow on Monday. Where it will pri…
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It was a losing week for the major averages after a late-day slide in afternoon trading today. Envestnet Co-CIO Dana D’Aurio and Wells Fargo’s Tracie McMillion break down the market action and what’s ahead. Melius’ Ben Reitzes calls AMD “Nvidia-Mini.” He lays out the bull case. Samsara CEO Sanjit Biswas talks the company latest quarter and how its …
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All eyes on Washington as President Biden gears up to deliver the State of the Union. And with housing on the agenda, could a tax credit for first-time home buyers help boost affordability? Plus… the chip rip continues as Nvidia powers higher. But are there other sectors of the market ready to breakout? Fast Money Disclaimer…
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New York Community Bank raising more than $1B in equity led by Fmr US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin… but is it enough to save the beaten down bank? Plus… slimming down your waist, and your wallet. A deep dive into weight-loss drug costs, and how it’s impacting those who need it the most. Fast Money Disclaimer…
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Apple’s slide continues as the stock’s drop drags the Nasdaq lower. Is today’s market action the break in euphoria? Or can stocks shake off the losses? Plus… Slimming in the waist, but expanding in the budget. Could the weight-loss drug battle cost consumers and the government $1 trillion? Fast Money Disclaimer…
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A trifecta of trouble in some Magnificent 7 heavyweights. Alphabet, Apple, and Tesla all in the red today, but the broader markets don’t seem too concerned. So where is the strength coming from? Plus… Perplexity making waves as one of the new chatbots in the AI race. What they’re doing differently… and how they’re hoping to disrupt the Search Engin…
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The S&P and Nasdaq both hitting a record high as March trading gets underway, and the Nasdaq managed to get there without much help from Apple. So can tech continue its run without the titan? Plus… Lilly getting some big love on Wall St. Analysts at Bank of America slapping a $1000 price target on the name. So will the weight loss surge keep this s…
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Stocks ending the day near their highs of the session with the Nasdaq notching its first record close since November 2021. But in a month that saw broad strength in the market, a couple names really stood out. Do you stick with the big winners into March? Or will some of this month’s laggards gain some spring in their step? Plus, unapproved copycat…
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A new leg of the FOMO trade. It’s not just AI stocks. The crypto craze seems to be getting another boost as retail investors pile in. Can the rally continue? Or are more painful losses around the corner? Plus… UnitedHealth facing a DOJ antitrust probe, while the insurance giant still deals with the fallout from its recent cyber hack. Our traders di…
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