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Jim Cramer favors UnitedHealth over Cerner, and U.S. Concrete more than Cemex.
Get used to some down days, says Jim Cramer, but don't lose sight of the success for financial stocks.
Mexico's Cemex, Greece's Titan and Italy's Buzzi Unicem have the most to gain from the President-elect's promised construction splurge, says Exane BNP.
CEMEX (NYSE: CX), one of the leading building materials companies in the world, and IBM (NYSE: IBM), today announced that CEMEX will undertake a sweeping digital transformation designed to improve its operations,...
Donald Trump in the White House could be huge for stocks such as Apple, Exxon Mobil, and Smith & Wesson.
Stocks that stand to benefit from Donald Trump's presidency soared in the wake of the real estate magnate's victory.
Did you miss last night's 'Mad Money' on CNBC? If so, here are Jim Cramer's top takeaways for today's trading.
The stock market wants certainty, Cramer says. These are the stocks that are working.
Concerns over a Donald Trump victory on Tuesday have sent markets into decline in recent days. Even the stocks that stand to perform well under a Trump presidency have struggled.
Wall Street is bracing for the possibility of a Donald Trump victory come Tuesday, and if it happens, things might get ugly.
Donald Trump-friendly stocks enjoyed a surge as the candidate's chances at winning the White House appeared to improve last week.
Donald Trump pounced on reports the FBI is digging more into Hillary Clinton's emails Friday. Stocks that stand to do well with him in the White House remained relatively flat.
Stocks that would perform under a Donald Trump presidency have surged in recent days, even as the candidate's poll numbers have continued to decline.
Donald Trump's presidential campaign has gone off the rails in recent days, and Trump-friendly stocks aren't doing much better.
The days leading up to this weekend's high-drama events, the stocks that stand to do well with Donald Trump in the White House tumbled.