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Even if a tariff compromise is reached, strained ties between the U.S. and China could affect M&A reviews and telecom equipment deals, and also produce local boycotts.
With the President at his Florida golf club for a second day, markets rise for a second day. Could those events be related?
Jim Cramer takes a look at FMC Corp., Oclaro, Cisco Systems, Stratasys, Washington Prime Group, BB&T Bank, and HCA Holdings.
President Trump is creating a level of uncertainty that breeds selling. But Jim Cramer has your game plan for next week.
Investing in bitcoin can mean more than just owning the cryptocurrency; bitcoin can take a number of shapes in your stock portfolio.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will do his best in front of lawmakers on Tuesday to defend his company. Hopefully, he won't sink the stock market in the process.
Stocks rise Monday following tweets from Donald Trump that appeared to indicate the U.S. was softening its approach in its trade battle with China.
Cisco Systems yield 3.2%, has decent growth and a reasonable valuation. Plus, double-digit returns could be in store.
Apple gives investors everything they want: A low valuation, solid growth and a huge capital return plan.
Here's why these stocks have replaced the semis as the group to go to.
Jim Cramer focuses on Alibaba, U.S. Concrete, Micro Focus, Magellan Midstream Partners, Synchrony Financial, American Express.
Are we out of the woods yet? Jim Cramer has reasons to be cautious in this market environment.
If you had to choose right now, Tesla or GM, which would it be?
Amazon is a pillar of growth in e-commerce, the cloud and home connectivity. For that reason, it will continue to grow well into the future.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Cisco Systems Inc is the #5 broker pick, on average, out of the 30 stocks making up the Dow Jones Industrial Average, according to ETF Channel. Cisco Systems Inc also comes in above the median of analyst picks among the broader S&P 500 index components, claiming the #56 spot out of 500.
Stocks finish down sharply on Monday, the first trading day of the second quarter, after China's Ministry of Finance announces new tariffs of up to 25% on certain U.S. products.
There are hundreds of names trying to grab a piece of the self-driving car pie, ranging from startups to the world's largest automakers.
Jim Cramer highlights Alibaba, Baidu, Berkshire Hathaway, Goldman Sachs, Qualcomm, and Cisco Systems.
Stocks erased midday gains as tech leaders fell. The change of pace is almost impossible to keep up with, Jim Cramer says.
Amid the decline there were some winners including Red Hat and McCormick. Twitter gets a new short-seller and more activist action at United Technologies, dot a busy Tuesday. Here's what you may have missed.
Cooling tensions with China aren't enough to save investors on Tuesday.
Public and Private Sector Leaders Join to Address Lack of Housing for the Community's Most Vulnerable
Micron beat on earnings and revenue estimates and provided better-than-expected guidance for next quarter.
The Trump Administration's plans for tariffs on Chinese tech products could invite retaliation and spell higher costs for U.S. tech firms. But many also haven't been entirely happy with the status quo, either.
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