Fast Money


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Fast Money

Slang; in the bond market, price movements caused by speculators without regard for fundamentals. For example, if speculators buy bonds and the prices rise (and yields fall) without a corresponding shift in risk, the price movement was caused by fast money.
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Stephanie Link said on CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report" that American International Group Inc (NYSE:AIG) had a good quarter, but the stock is trading lower because of the macro environment.
With this, audiences will have access to shows like Fast Money on ZEE Business, Crime Alert on ZEE Hindustan and DNA with Sudhir Chaudhary on ZEE News .
"Our proposal is to add minimum increase in the fare of Metro bus to generate the fast money to pay the debt," he proposed.
In an interview on CNBC's "Fast Money," Take-Two (TTWO) CEO Strauss Zelnick said that Epic Games' "Fortnite" is a "great thing" for the video game industry, since it has brought in younger consumers.
Schools in Tappita and surrounding towns have been closed for some time now, as students have abandoned classes to go in search of gold, which they consider as fast money making commodity.
Earlier in his career, Seaburg was a CNBC Fast Money Contributor, where he provided regular on-air market commentary for the network.
If you are looking to make some easy and fast money, you will not succeed.
The show revolved around two main characters: Allan, a clever business-minded person looking to earn fast money by any means necessary, and Nanha, Allan's stooge, an innocent and gullible person from a rural area who loved his country and always dreamt of earning an honest living.
These speeders could well kill YOUR news article on Saturday (August 11) by Owen Evans, "Fast Money" seemed to me a very biased piece of journalism.
With the never-ending stream of new players in the market, it is hard to tell which providers have quality products and which ones are just trying to make fast money without giving their clients what they paid for.
'They thought they could get fast money for Chinese New Year but now they have to spent the rest of their days in jail,' he said.
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