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Ready for a quick recap of the headlines? Jim Cramer talks about CGC, NVDA, PEP and AMZN in two minutes.
Now that all of the major companies have reported earnings, here's an earnings report card for FAANG.
The University of Michigan's index of consumer sentiment rises to a reading of 95.5 in February from 91.2 the prior month, contrasting with a separate report earlier this week from the Census Bureau that showed retail sales fell in January by the most in nine years.
Amazon, Netflix, and Microsoft had the best five-year returns for the past five-year period, but it may be time for them to surrender leadership to Microsoft, Alphabet, Facebook and Tesla.
Amazon surprised everyone by abruptly pulling the plug on its plan for a 25,000-job campus in the Big Apple.
A gigantic shift in chip demand away from smartphones and toward artificial intelligence is playing havoc with timing of the business cycle. But Gary Dickerson is confident that only means lots of business for Applied's materials expertise in years to come.
Jim discusses Amazon, Nvidia's quarter, trade with China, the market and much more!
Walmart has upside potential to risky levels between $103.41 and $105.77 but a new high is unlikely.
The rumored investment was confirmed on Friday, but apparently doesn't include General Motors.
Investors had better be ready for new types of combinations between automotive and tech companies.
PepsiCo earnings weren't outstanding, Amazon says 'bye, bye, bye' to New York City and Canopy Growth FINALLY reported earnings. Jim Cramer breaks down what it all means for the markets.
Today, Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.
Why does it always make me feel uncomfortable when my plan diverges from Warren Buffett's?
Canadian carmaker Electra Meccanica says it's going after one big market -- or maybe three. Watch the video to find out how.
Amazon is abandoning plans to locate one of its two new headquarters in New York City in the face of political opposition.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended off by triple digits after U.S. retail sales in December saw their biggest decline since September 2009.
Though Amazon has said it will not seek to find a replacement for its HQ2 selection, previously-spurned municipalities are holding out hope they'll be chosen.
The race for AVs can be divided into two acronyms - ADAS and MaaS - and MaaS is an enormous potential market for global companies.
The three biggest headwinds working against the retail sector are dissipating, according to Jim Cramer.
Amazon and to a lesser extent Alphabet are beneficiaries.
In honor of Valentine's Day, Jim Cramer has five stock picks for investors to love.
We see the report as positive for our shares in Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group and GNC Holdings.
Investors should keep a close eye on Apple and Disney, both of which are poised to make major product announcements over the next two months.
GM could make any electric vehicle, but this deal puts it in the same boardroom with Amazon.
The big chipmaker and its CEO, Jensen Huang, need to reclaim investor trust on Thursday.
Jim Cramer explains why he's worried about two of the FANG names. Hint: Divorce and Huawei.
Cramer fears the two tech giants, which have a combined market cap of about $1.6 trillion, will be the principal source of funds for buying the glut of soon-to-launch IPOs.
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