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Jim Cramer breaks down his thoughts on Salesforce's quarter, Tim Cook's comments on China and what the market rally says about the possibility of a Fed rate cut in July.
You know where the firm has next to no revenue exposure? China.
Salesforce shares traded higher Wednesday after the cloud software specialists posted stronger-than-expected first quarter earnings, and boosted their full-year profit guidance, as it continues to take market share from higher-cost rivals.
Jim Cramer breaks down Salesforce's earnings, Tim Cook's comments on how China isn't targeting Apple and what investors need to pay attention to in the market.
Benioff is getting behind calls for regulation of Silicon Valley giants.
Shares of the San Francisco-based software company were bouncing back from a sizable drop during the month of May as the cloud giant upped its full-year earnings estimates.
U.S. equity futures extended gains Wednesday, setting up the biggest two-day gain on Wall Street since early January, as investors continue to bet that any trade-related slowdown in the domestic economy will be offset by an interest rate cut from the Federal Reserve.
CRM's latest chart shows a two-day reversal pattern.
Big U.S. tech companies need to 'clean themselves up', Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff argued in an interview with TheStreet's founder, Jim Cramer, as lawmakers move to bring company bosses to Washington to answer to accusations of antitrust violations and data privacy abuses.
Dealing with fears around the trade war with China and antitrust investigations, investors should know not only if customers are doing well, but also who a company's customers really are.
U.S. stock futures rise as investors bet that any trade-related slowdown in the domestic economy will be offset by an interest rate cut from the Federal Reserve; Salesforce is higher after lifting its fiscal-year outlook; Apple CEO Tim Cook says he doesn't think the tech giant will be targeted by China should the trade war between Washington and Beijing seep further into the tech sector.
Key oscillator signal works again, but that's no reason to nod off, Jim Cramer says.
The company saw quarterly revenue jump 24% year over year to $3.74 billion.
- First Quarter Revenue of $3.74 Billion, up 24% Year-Over-Year, 26% in Constant Currency
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Jim Cramer breaks down what he expects from Salesforce's earnings.
Jim Cramer weighs in on how investors can ignore the noise around Uber now that analysts are weighing in on the ride-sharing company, when investors can jump into Salesforce after earnings, his thoughts on FAANG now that the companies are facing probes from the DoJ, Federal Trade Commission and possibly the House Judiciary Committee. And, of course, Cramer breaks down what he thinks about Fed President Bullard's dovish comments.
Jim Cramer weighs in on the end of Uber's quiet period, Salesforce's earnings, the probes into FAANG and the Federal Reserve.
Simply put, traders at the larger institutions were driven either by risk managers or simple fear out of FANG and information technology, and into anything else.
U.S. stock futures rise after St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard lifts Wall Street's hopes that the central bank could cut interest rates; U.S. tech stocks lead the Nasdaq's slide into correction territory as lawmakers gear up for a probe into the biggest and most influential companies in the sector; Salesforce.com and Tiffany report earnings.
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Salesforce (CRM) reports first quarter earnings on Tuesday June 4th. Action Alerts PLUS' Senior Portfolio Analyst Jeff Marks breaks down what investors need to focus on.
The company's stock price has been rolling over since March and broke key support ahead of Tuesday's earnings report.
Buy Salesforce.com on weakness to its monthly, semiannual and annual value levels at $143, $139.59 and $123.65, respectively.
Analysts are expecting earnings of 61 cents per share.
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