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Cramer's Mad Money Recap 2/4: Take-Two Interactive, Disney, Twitter
Earnings from Take-Two Interactive, Disney and Twitter highlight Jim Cramer's game plan for next week.
Bill.com to Issue $1.5 Billion of Equity, Debt; Shares Fall
Bill.com's stock is to be available to the public, while the debt is slated for qualified institutional investors.
5 Top Stock Gainers for Friday: Workday, Bill.com, Support.com
Workday, Bill.com, Support.com, Quanterix and Cato Corp. are five top stock gainers for Friday.
Bill.com Stock Rises as Sales Beat Estimates and Analysts Boost Price Targets
Shares of Bill.com trade higher on better-than-expected sales for the June quarter and after the company raises its fiscal 2022 outlook.
Premarket Movers Friday - Gap, Peloton, VMware, Workday
Stocks moving in premarket trading Friday include Gap, Peloton, VMware, Workday and Bill.com.
5 Top Stock Gainers for Friday: Roku, Tilray, Datadog
Roku, Tilray, Datadog, Bill.com and Golden Entertainment are five top stock gainers for Friday.
Bill.com Jumps as Analysts Laud Quarter, Proposed Divvy Deal
Analysts at Oppenheimer, Piper Sandler and KeyBanc issued bullish notes on Bill.com.
'Mad Money' Lightning Round: Callaway Golf, Shopify, Chewy
Jim Cramer’s bullish on Callaway Golf, Shopify, Fisker and more.
Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Applied Materials, Paychex
It's futile to speculate on what consumers will do when everyone's vaccinated, says Jim Cramer. Investors should stick with stocks that thrive no matter what.
When the Market's Wrong: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Tuesday 2/9/21)
Jim Cramer explains how investors can profit from a selloff. You just need a good memory to take advantage of multi-day declines.
Gas Prices Fall Below $4 A Gallon For the First Time Since March Amid Global Crude Market Declines
Gas prices extended their run of declines to 52 days overnight, falling below $4 a gallon for the first time since early March.
Disney Stock Soars As Streaming Total Tops Netflix, Price Hikes Unveiled For Disney+ and Hulu
"We believe we have plenty of room on price value," Disney CEO Bob Chapek said of the group's streaming price hikes. "And we do not believe that there's going to be any meaningful on our churn as a result."