|Day Low/High||48.32 / 49.57|
|52 Wk Low/High||33.37 / 50.79|
A late rally pushed all three indices into the green for the day.
Dow gains some 28 points, while S&P 500 and Nasdaq inch higher in quiet post-holiday trading.
The copper miner's stock has closed higher for seven consecutive days, a significant breakout.
There were no big surprises from the Federal Reserve so markets held at the same levels as before the announcement.
Stocks retreat from all-time highs set earlier in the day Wednesday as the Fed opts to leave rates unchanged, but did signal that further rate increases were forthcoming.
Stocks rally to begin November as strong earnings continue to drive gains and investors take a small delay in the GOP's tax cut plan in stride.
Paul Singer's Elliott is said to have started building a stake in the maker of artificial hips and knees, sending shares higher.
China's efforts to ease winter smog will lead to reduced steel smelting, weighing further on iron ore prices that have already dipped 20% this month.
2017 is a 'tipping point' for electric vehicles, BHP says.
Tesla's second stock "correction" of the year is worrying, but the future of electric cars certainly isn't.
The business has underperformed for BHP.
Cramer explains what a BHP deal could have meant to the market, and also discusses how ADP could have avoided a showdown.
Wall Street deflates after killer session on Tuesday.
George Barrett, chairman and CEO of Cardinal Health, tells Jim Cramer he sees significant growth in 2019 and beyond.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Corning, Hasbro, Procter & Gamble, and Salesforce.com.
Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO of Salesforce.com, tells Jim Cramer this past quarter was the best ever for his company.
Jim Cramer says commodities, China's strength, global market gains and more all point to keeping this rally alive.
Netflix is one of a few companies with an outsized impact on the Nasdaq 100; its tail wags the entire index.
Big gains on Wall Street as defense stocks rise.
Wall Street finished strong Tuesday.
Big gains on Wall Street as defense names rise.
Oil companies have been spending too much to produce too little.
U.S. stock futures rise Tuesday, and shares in Europe and Asia move higher.
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