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Those aren't the only giants to report earnings Wednesday.
U.S. stock futures are mixed amid worries that a U.S. decision to pursue criminal charges against the chief financial officer of China's biggest tech company could stall progress in trade negotiations between the world's two biggest economies; the Fed begins a two-day meeting Tuesday; Apple, AMD, Verizon, Pfizer and 3M report earnings Tuesday; PG&E, the nation's largest utility, files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
While the indices are no longer severely overbought, they have been stalling for the past week. Stay vigilant and be ready to act.
Here's what Jim Cramer thinks about Apple and Caterpillar.
It hasn't come down enough for me to think we're oversold, so I call it working off the overbought condition.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at today's pin action, and talks about why the weakness didn't spread.
This is some sort of whacky, crazy bull market that just doesn't want to go down.
Caterpillar dragged down the Dow, Sallie Krawcheck tackled tough topics and Kevin O'Leary weighed in on market volatility.
The bears were unable to generate sustained downside pressure on Monday as the indices closed down.
Caterpillar's ominous earnings report sent chills down the spines of stock investors in what continues to be a volatile market.
Nvidia shares traded sharply lower Monday after the chipmaker cautions that quarterly earnings would fall far short of analysts forecasts following weaker-than-expected demand for its gaming and datacenter products and slowing growth in China.
Caterpillar shares are on pace for their biggest single-day decline in nearly a decade after it posted weaker-than-expected fourth quarter earnings Monday and forecast a "modest" in increase in 2019 sales it linked to weakening demand in China.
Stocks fall sharply on Monday after Caterpillar issues a profit warning and Nvidia slashes its revenue forecast for the fourth quarter.
Caterpillar couldn't escape the macro headwinds that have curbed broader market gains.
The big week of corporate earnings is upon us.
Apple's surprise sales warning earlier this month, which cited weak China demand and the uncertainty surrounding trade talks between Washington and Beijing, has rippled through U.S. corporate earnings this week, highlight the bottom line impact of conflict between the world's two biggest economies.
I don't see the appeal in chasing names that are missing or guiding lower in the current market environment.
Jim Cramer breaks down what he thinks about Caterpillar's earnings.
We believe it is important to keep longer-term themes in mind on a down day like this.
Jim discusses Caterpillar's earnings, trade with China, Nvidia's pre-announcement, what to expect from Apple and Facebook this week, the club's repositioning out of China-related stocks and into healthcare, and more!
It looks like the S&P 500 is about to test the intraday lows and that will prevent much upside action.
Here's what you need to know about some of the top headlines for Monday, Jan. 28.
You buy the companies that have told you things have bottomed.
Caterpillar's plummet could convince some contrarian investors to come into the stock.
Management commentary from CAT is key on Monday.
Jim Cramer discusses what is moving the market as Caterpillar weighs on the Dow.
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