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A trade deal still seems far away, so check your China exposure, again, as earnings season approaches.
Wells Fargo is bearish on construction companies who will have to 'cut production' soon.
We think Honeywell is a good candidate to take some profits as we work towards our cash raising goal.
SmileDirectClub's IPO fell flat, though the company still raised $1.3 billion.
Kohl's rallied about +6.5% Monday thanks to the mechanics of the market and no news at all.
Jim Cramer says investors are reevaluating how much they're willing to pay for growth today and for a company's growth in the future.
Stocks finish mixed Monday as investors assess moves by the world's central banks to stimulate their economies.
Jim Cramer and Action Alerts PLUS research analyst Zev Fima break down everything you need to kickstart your week from Apple to China.
One has to wonder whether there isn't a wholesale shift in China toward internal consumption and away from exporting.
Stocks fell on manufacturing worries, but snapped back by the end of the week on renewed hopes for easing U.S.- China trade tensions.
Stocks end sharply higher Thursday after officials from Washington and Beijing said they would resume trade talks in October.
Everyone keeps asking me if there's a recession around the corner. My answer: I don't see it.
Jim discusses his interview with Palo Alto Networks CEO Nikesh Arora, the CVS Health-Aetna merger settlement approval, Goldman Sachs and the Apple card, Novartis and more!
In my opinion, MA is a good one, otherwise it would not be on my book.
Can no one else see the eventual end of the debt super-cycle?
Autodesk's management pinned its weak guidance on the global trade conflict and slowing eurozone economy.
A menu of stocks and associated price levels where we think a bit of nibbling and small buying is worth doing.
3M, Caterpillar and Johnson & Johnson all face headwinds with a strong dollar.
Markets were whipsawed this week by trade-war jitters and the U.S yield-curve inversion.
An increase in Caterpillar's global sales is powered by a 9% jump in heavy equipment sales in North America and a 20% rise in Latin America, which offset a decline in China and in the Asia/Pacific region as a whole.
Stocks tumbled Monday as fears of a global recession from the U.S.-China trade war weighed on Wall Street and unrest in Hong Kong dented sentiment.
The Russell 2000, the Transports and the Bank Index haven’t gone anywhere for around nine months -- until this changes for the better, it’s unlikely the bulls can expect any sort of runaway train on the upside.
Here's how consumers could be impacted by the tariffs.
We are staying the course, using bouts of panic to buy up the stocks of high-quality companies on discounts.
Jim discusses Viacom, a Caterpillar downgrade from Goldman Sachs, and more!
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