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The Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting brings out the folksy in Warren Buffett and interesting movements in the S&P 500.
Doug Kass invokes Elaine from 'Seinfeld' to describe China's data and finds Starbucks not quite good to the last drop
Jim Cramer looks carefully and prefers the companies over German data, and considers papers and plastics in China.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on ag commodities, the half-full market and the passing of Prince.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Intel and what the banks are missing.
Cramer shares his views on diversification in the computer industry and why some oil stocks aren't falling. Intel, Apple and Freeport McMoRan are among the stocks discussed here.
Cramer shares his views on the interaction of growth and value, and capitalization disappointments. Southwestern Energy, Cheaspeake and Alphabet are among the stocks discussed here.
Doug Kass says even junk is rising, while washing his hands of Procter & Gamble
Cramer says big oil declines can lead to big regrets, and talks plainly about IBM and Netflix.
The plan to close 68 Kmarts and 10 Sears locations comes days after Sears entered into a $500-million loan facility to help meet financial obligations.
GE, which needs to find new ways to replace its longtime lending arm GE Capital, takes a big step forward with its new partnership with Oracle.
Cramer shares his views on where the cheap stocks are and how banks could get some better news. Delta, JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs are among the stocks discussed here.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on the wisdom of Homer Simpson and how the bulls are doing.
Jim Cramer shares his views on thinking short term and how running scared pays off. Facebook, Starbucks and Delta are among the stocks discussed here.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on the decline of BGB's shares and lets the bulls claim victory for now.
Cramer says a long list of companies that turn raw commodities into finished products will probably expand, not contract from here, and explains what's going on with Facebook's stock.
Doug Kass said you dismiss soft economic news at your peril and hedge funds have peaked.
Also: Action Alerts PLUS holding Bank of America (BAC) was declining premarket following the release of its first quarter earnings report this morning.
U.S. regulators rejected the "living wills" of five of the largest U.S. banks Wednesday morning.
Also: Shares of Alcoa (AA) were falling pre-market as the aluminum maker was the first security out of the gate after yesterday's close, kicking off the first quarter earnings season.
Also: Yahoo! (YHOO) shares were rising premarket following reports that the company that owns London's Daily Mail newspaper is interested in a bid for the company's assets.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on two auto stocks and Facebook.
Doug Kass shares his views on why buyers live higher than sellers.
Jim Cramer shares his views on mutiny from the orthodoxy. Adobe, Salesforce and Broadcom are among the stocks discussed here.