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“Options Action,” hosted by Melissa Lee, features option traders from some of the top firms on Wall Street. Each week, they gather for a fast-paced, half-hour show that focuses on how to increase profits and limit losses using common option techniques. Fresh from the trading desk, the “Options Action” panel demystifies the daunting terminology often used when talking about options, and simplifies this fast-growing and crucial corner of the market.
 
Get a front row seat at CNBC’s events and hear directly from the visionary executives, innovators, leaders and influencers taking the stage at CNBC’s live events series, including Evolve, @Work, and more. Hear the best sound from the fireside chats, keynote talks, and panels, with added, behind-the-scenes commentary from the moderators and interviewers who were on stage at the event, and other CNBC beat reporters close to the action.
 
"On the Money," which airs 9pm E.T. weeknights on CNBC, is a new show dedicated to helping you make the most of your money. CNBC's Carmen Wong Ulrich, leading personal finance expert and frequent contributor to NBC's The Today Show and Nightly News, delivers personalized, actionable information that allows you to survive and thrive during these volatile economic times. Watch as Carmen answers your everyday Dollar Dilemmas, and guides you through what can be the very confusing, intimidating, ...
 
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Remember Monday? When the Dow dropped as much as 900 points and the S&P shed 1.6%? Well the markets don’t seem to – the S&P finished the week at new records, up 4.2% from its Monday lows as we get ready for a big week of tech earnings. The traders lay out their playbooks for the week ahead. Plus Starbucks hitting new highs today, but could a surge …
 
Intel and Twitter lead the earnings docket on Thursday. We break down the results and get you the trades. Plus the OIH may be down more than 20% from its recent highs, but one technician is finding a few opportunities in the energy space that could be big buys now.על ידי CNBC
 
U.S. stock indexes continued their momentum after yesterday’s big gains, but the traders have their eyes on a couple of charts they think could tell the real tale of what’s going on in the markets. Plus, Elon Musk, Cathie Wood, and Jack Dorsey making some crypto-moving headlines at the B Word Conference. We wrap up their comments and bring you the …
 
Stocks staged a massive bounceback on Tuesday, with the S&P nearly erasing all of Monday’s losses. But one trader says the market actually seems more panicky today than it did yesterday. We dive into why. Plus earnings season in full force today with reports from Netflix, Chipotle and United Airlines. We break down the numbers and bring you the tra…
 
Stocks sold off to start the week with every S&P sector in the red and investors’ search for safety sending 10-year yields to the lowest level since February. Is this an opportunity to buy in or should there be caution ahead. Plus the one area in the market that could hold the greatest potential.על ידי CNBC
 
Major indexes closed near their lows of the day Friday, with the S&P, Dow and Nasdaq all closing near session lows. So how are the traders setting up after Friday’s sell-off? Plus Goldman Sachs putting out a big bullish call on Live Nation. Why one of the traders says the world’s biggest concert promoter is in for a very big year.…
 
After a decade of underperformance, oil and energy stocks kicked off 2021 with a bang, rising more than 30% to start the year. But it’s seen a sharp pullback in Q3 and is so far the worst sector in the S&P. Veteran oil expert Paul Sankey joins us with his take. Plus chip stocks seeing their worst day in two months after Taiwan Semi reported results…
 
Carol Tomé didn’t plan to come out of retirement to lead UPS through a pandemic, but that is exactly what happened. She details how the pandemic presented opportunities to improve the business, meet increased customer demand, and deliver exponential growth for shareholders.על ידי CNBC
 
Markets eked out gains Wednesday, erasing earlier losses after Fed chair Jerome Powell said the central bank would keep its easy monetary policies going. Former PIMCO chief economist Paul McCulley joins with his thoughts. Plus, why the sell-off in high-multiple tech stocks has some of our traders worried.…
 
Markets may be pulling back from records on Tuesday, but big tech stocks like Apple, Microsoft and Google are all at all-time highs. What are you doing with those trades? Plus Grayscale announcing a partnership with BNY Mellon, its latest step in converting to a bitcoin ETF. CEO Michael Sonnenshein joins us with what’s next.…
 
Shares of big banks have been rallying strong in the days leading up to their Q2 earnings reports. And that rally has one of our traders pressing the pause button. We’ll find out why. Plus, Disney seeing it’s best day since March after a successful weekend box office. So what did Black Widow’s debut tell us about the future of the movie business?…
 
Major indexes jumped on Friday with the S&P rising more than a percent and the Dow adding nearly 450 points. Apple also set an all-time high for the first time since January, and the Chart Master says prices can go even higher from here. Plus the one chart that might be keeping one of our traders up at night.…
 
Investors may have their eyes on the falling 10-year treasury yield, but our traders are watching three other indicators that might give a real read on where markets are heading. Plus Morgan Stanley’s Chief U.S. Equity Strategist Mike Wilson weighs in on Thursday’s market drop. And we head to Sun Valley with Twitter CFO Ned Segal to get his take on…
 
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