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Cramer shares his views on how tired he is of hearing about Kool-Aid, and wonders if Apple could be valued as a consumer-products company one day.
Demand for 'green' consumer products is rising and giants like Procter & Gamble are noticing.
They are all now in play, until proved otherwise.
One in every five beauty purchases online was made through Amazon in 2016.
Jim Cramer talks about what makes Procter & Gamble such a great consumer-products company.
Don't get upended by the rhetoric. The transports are confirming, banks are solid, there's a genuine uptick in commerce and earnings are strong, says Jim Cramer.
Think of it as a consumer-products company, like Gillette.
CLX has already retraced about half of its prior decline.
Until they realize the secular shift away from malls, retail names are just playing the victim.
Here's how you can protect your savings.
We spoke with Clorox Chairman and CEO Benno Dorer.
Strong employment data and Trump call on job creation boost stability and power up the bulls for next week, says Jim Cramer.
Clorox CEO Benno Dorer tells Jim Cramer his company is making significant brand investments.
Banking stocks led Wall Street sharply higher to end the week on the promise of relaxed regulations.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended Friday above the 20,000 level for the first time in a week as financials rallied on the promise of relaxed regulations.
Clorox saw 8% volume growth during the period, the highest increase in almost 10 years.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average trades above the 20,000 level again on Friday as a pending pause of banking regulations gives the financial sector a boost.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average trades above the 20,000 level again on Friday as a potential repeal of banking regulations gives the financial sector a boost.
Stock futures hold higher on Friday after the U.S. economy adds far more jobs in January than anticipated.
We already have slow economic growth and inflation is rising, albeit slowly.
U.S. stock futures and European shares rise, led by banks, on a report the president plans to roll back some financial sector regulations put in place following the global crisis.
The company's organic sales growth should be driven by its cleaning and household units, analysts say.
We are moderately overbought, both on a short-term and an intermediate-term basis.
Buckle in for a busy week filled with bellwether earnings reports, monetary policy decisions, and closely scrutinized economic numbers.