TheStreet's Jim Cramer reasoned that if WTI crude oil breaks below $90 per barrel, the labor market could suffer as a result.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says that investors who use Terex's earnings report as a read-through on the economy should sell Caterpillar, not United Rentals.
The trading panel discussed Alibaba's IPO and how to invest ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer sees strong fall orders and declining input costs helping this retail favorite.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says changes at Ulta are starting to take hold, as the company blows past Wall Street estimates.
The trading panel discussed whether the central bank will be more hawkish at next week's meeting.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says shares of Facebook should decline ahead of the Alibaba IPO, as fund managers look to raise cash.
The trading panel looked at the energy sector, Microsoft's interest in Mojang and whether Amazon can make any money.
There are a number of developments having an effect on stocks, Jim Cramer says. Here are his thoughts on three of them.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer cautions investors on Caterpillar and the mining industry, but he still likes Palo Alto Networks.