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Purchasing manager reports, durable goods orders and new homes sales top the list.
TheStreet highlights notable earnings and economic data to watch for the week of September 21.
For the week of September 21, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Lennar (LEN), Red Hat (RHT), General Mills (GIS), AutoZone (AZO), ConAgra (CAG), Darden Restaurants (DRI), Nike (NKE) and more.
It's time to put the Federal Reserve aside and buy some stocks for the long term, Cramer says. Here's his game plan for next week.
The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq each declined by more than 1% Friday.
It's been two full weeks of big swings and the volatility shows no signs of coming to an end on Friday.
U.S. stocks extended heavy losses as investors digested a mixed August jobs report as Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker made the case for higher interest rates.
Stocks hover near lows on Friday as investors digest a mixed jobs report.
BlackBerry (BBRY) stock is rising in pre-market trading after it agreed to acquire Good Technology for $425 million.
Stock futures fall on Friday after data show the U.S. added far fewer jobs than expected in August.
Several hundred S&P 500 stocks reached bear market territory last week, according to Jim Cramer. Here's a list of those down at least 30%, including ANF, SPW, URI and more.
It is possible that the worst has already happened.
Not many, according to filings from Tweedy Browne and Kahn Brothers.
Some companies have been able to survive and thrive in new environments.
Yahoo! unveiled its entry into the messaging space, as it seeks to get a piece of the huge messaging market.
BlackBerry (BBRY) shares are soaring on Tuesday after analysts at Morgan Stanley this morning upgraded the company to 'equal weight' from 'underweight.'
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says that progress has been slower than expected, and Morningstar analyst Brian Colello is not confident about the firm's long-term prospects.
Stocks extend deep losses on Friday afternoon as crude oil falls to around $48 a barrel.
Following the announcement earlier this week of more job cuts, BlackBerry (BBRY) chief executive officer John Chen revealed that the company's turnaround plan is taking longer than expected.
BlackBerry (BBRY) shares are higher following reports of possible job cuts.
Shares pop as subscribers soar, but it all comes down to price.
If the former mobile leader does jump into the market, it will have more competitors than ever.
BlackBerry (BBRY) said today that it named Cisco Systems (CSCO) sales veteran Carl Wiese as global head of sales.
U.S. stocks soared higher at the open Monday as Greece agreed to a framework for a debt deal with the Eurozone.
Even in a heady M&A environment, some companies can't sell.
Shares of BlackBerry (BBRY) are dropping after Canaccord lowered its 2016 earnings estimates.
BlackBerry (BBRY) shares are rising after photos of the company's Android powered keyboard-sliding smartphone were leaked.
Looking for some investing inspiration to get you through the summer doldrums? Bank of America recommends these 10 stocks to buy or sell for the next three months.
July Fourth also means 2015 is half over: Time to stop waiting for BlackBerry, Advanced Micro Devices or 3D Systems to deliver fireworks, and free your portfolio of their tyranny.
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