GE shares look set to halt a five-day skid linked to its Boeing 737 MAX exposure after analysts at Morgan Stanley boosted their rating and price target on the stock ahead of next week's fourth quarter earnings report.
Stock futures are mostly lower; Asian shares fall sharply as worries grow about the spread of the deadly coronavirus in China; Texas Instruments sees 'stabilizing' markets; Procter & Gamble, AbbVie and Intel report earnings.
Jim Cramer is paring back on some high-fliers, but he still believes in this bull and the stalwart stocks that support it.
Shares have soared since last June but it's unclear if the gains can continue.
CEO Dave Calhoun says Boeing doesn't plan to cut its dividend despite the prolonged grounding of the 737 MAX jet.
CEO Reed Hastings said that critical acclaim for its films keeps the best deals and talent coming to Netflix.
Here's why Jim Cramer was pleased with Netflix's quarter.
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