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The trading panel discussed the languishing transportation index, a Dow Jones Industrial average that has not been moving, Twitter criticism and Salesforce's jilted suitor.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's ideas this past week on how the recovery really will begin (hint: think household formation) and his take on the health care consolidation trend.
In highlights from this week's trading diary, Kass sees car-rental stocks as 'value traps,' ventures into Yahoo! shares (again) and makes sense of housing starts and sales and manufacturing activity.
Charter Communications falls as it faces potential competition for a Time Warner Cable deal. Frontier Communications hits a new 52-week low.
It's earnings, earnings, earnings in a holiday-shortened week, and Cramer will be watching.
Markets are closed Monday but there'll be plenty of things to watch starting with GDP data Tuesday.
For the week of May 25, we outline the key earnings reports and economic data to keep an eye on.
Himax Technologies (HIMX) said a report from 'DigiTimes' for an increased order is false.
Shares of Ross Stores closed Friday down 4.5%, making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.
As the stock indexes continue trading near all-time highs, there are many cracks under the surface.
Expedia soars after selling its stake in Chinese travel company eLong. Hewlett-Packard rises after posting its second-quarter results.
Yellen nearly promises a 2015 rate hike, American Express is set to benefit from a Senate bill, and Wells Fargo still believes in old fashioned customer service.
Google is debuting a new feature to shorten your path to purchasing a product you see advertised on YouTube, by linking the ads straight to sales websites.
Jim Cramer's Action Alerts Portfolio adds to its positions in Starwood and EOG while selling too-much-loved Lululemon.
Shares of Ross Stores (ROST) ended Friday's trading day down 4.5 percent, making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.
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