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Commerce Department grants Huawei key license to continue buying U.S. parts for three months, easing trade tensions with China.
Let’s look at how in the short-term we should rally some more, and then fall some, too.
Formidable rivals, a focus on growth over profits, and a few unsavory customers are some of the potential risks to investing in Cloudflare, a fast-growing cloud security firm.
Markets were whipsawed this week by trade-war jitters and the U.S yield-curve inversion.
Got some dry powder? Here are some stocks to consider.
Stocks end mixed Thursday as strong Walmart earnings and a positive retail sales report beat back trade uncertainty and worries about falling bond rates.
Everyone seems to be either thinking we're going to hell in a handbasket or that we're strong and nothing's wrong -- here's my take.
You need to let shares settle down first before nibbling and that will require some time.
CSCO appears a bearish drag on the Dow Jones industrial average, so proceed with caution.
Jim discusses this morning's interview with Cisco Systems CEO Chuck Robbins and he reiterates the stocks we like on volatility.
Cisco shares tumble after the networking giant issues soft guidance.
Jim Cramer shares his latest take on the market, and no, he still doesn't see a recession...yet.
Cisco shares traded sharply lower Thursday after the network equipment maker cautioned that restrictions on U.S. companies doing business in China would hit sales and profits in the coming months.
Investors looking to participate in bargain-priced Cisco will struggle to find a better opportunity than right now.
Stocks to buy on this volatile global macro environment, and what needs to change to avoid a recession.
U.S. stock futures turned lower Thursday after China says it will retaliate if the U.S. applies tariffs to more China-made goods on Sept. 1; Cisco sinks after issuing a weak outlook for its fiscal first quarter.
Here's list of key companies reporting earnings the week of August 12th.
Jim Cramer looks at what he calls 'bizarre bond market behavior' where interest rates are plunging, even though the U.S. economy seems to be humming along.
While the networking giant beat quarterly estimates, it issues light guidance amid declining orders from carriers and Chinese firms.
Despite a top- and bottom-line beat, CSCO's quarter had a few cracks, such as weaker-than-expected sales guidance that could spook many investors.
The networking-technology giant's earnings outlook missed analysts' expectations.
Stocks finished sharply down Wednesday as weak economic data from China, GDP contraction in Germany, and the first inverted U.S. yield curve in more than 12 years stoked fears of a global recession.
Q4 Results: 1 Revenue: $13.4 billion Growth of 6% year over year Earnings per Share: GAAP: $0.
Jim previews today's club call and discusses Wednesday's broader market selloff.
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