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Hurricane Florence Has Investors Running to Housing Supplier Stocks Monday

Hurricane Florence has been upgraded to a category 4 storm.

The Hype of Infrastructure Spending is Over - Now it's 'Show Me the Money'

Earnings matter when investing in stocks that benefit from infrastructure spending. Each of these 6 infrastructure stocks had bull-market gains since the election, but 5 now have technical corrections.

Chicago Bridge and Iron, Mobileye, Horizon Pharmaceuticals: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round

Jim Cramer is bearish on Advanced Micro Devices and Boeing; prefers EMCOR Group to Chicago Bridge and Iron.

Jobs Data, Earnings Back in the Spotlight for Next Week: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap

Has the Snap IPO trumped Trump? Cramer says that the focus next week will return to earnings reports and employment data.

Don't Be Cowed in the Face of This Bull: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap

Growth is not only about the occupant of the Oval Office, say Jim Cramer. This is a genuine bull market, and it's about how you invest.

Breaking News

Twitter Stock Leaps As Elon Musk Adds More Equity To $44 Billion Takeover Bid, Closes Tesla Margin Loan

Elon Musk has closed out his margin loans, linked to Tesla shares, and pledged another $6.25 billion in equity to fund his $44 billion takeover of the social media website.

Nvidia Stock: Investors Are Buying the Dip. Where From Here?

Nvidia stock is being bought on the dip. Here's how traders should approach it now.

Macy's Stock Soars On Q1 Earning Beat, 2022 Profit Forecast Boost As Shoppers Defy Inflation Gloom

"While macroeconomic pressures on consumer spending increased during the quarter, our customers continued to shop," said CEO Jeff Gennette.

Broadcom Agrees to Buy VMware in $61 Billion Cash-and-Stock Cloud Software Deal

"Combining our assets and talented team with Broadcom's existing enterprise software portfolio creates a remarkable enterprise software player," said VMware CEO Raghu Raghuram.