Jim Cramer gives his opinion on various caller stocks, including the one segment of the oil patch he dislikes.
Asia markets traded lower on Monday, with sentiment this week likely to be dominated by the first U.S. presidential debate and an informal OPEC meeting.
The "Fast Money" traders reveal their final trades, including Royal Caribbean, Electronic Arts and more.
The hunt for yield has resulted in few dividend payers left to buy, except for a few "dividend orphans" that have been overlooked by investors, says Tom Lee.
"There's an enormous amount of merchandise that still on the seas and no one knows what's going to happen with it."
John Ahearn, global head of trade, talks about low levels of trade and the difficulties that shipping companies, such as Hanjin, are experiencing.
Australia should spend use the money it planned to spend on a marriage equality poll on more useful public services, Qantas CEO Alan Joyce told CNBC.
Qantas Airlines CEO Alan Joyce says the firm has hedging strategies in place to take advantage of lower oil prices and to smooth out volatility.
The company's lead Alzheimer's candidate is similar to the product that disappointed in a competitor's clinical trials.
It's "certainly clear that there will be negative impact going forward," but one analyst said the stock has already seen the worst.