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Intel, AMD Partner to Take on Nvidia; Merger Monday Lives Up to Its Name--ICYMI
Here's what you need to know now for Monday, Nov. 6.
Stock market appears unworried by Saudi Prince al-Waleed's arrest
Saudi Arabia is unlikely to mess with Prince al-Waleed's holdings even after putting him under arrest over the weekend.
Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Get Your Shopping List Ready for Next Week
No matter who wins the election, Jim Cramer says, there are ways to make money.
Why Energy Recovery (ERII) Stock Is Rallying Today
Energy Recovery (ERII) stock was added to the 'conviction list' at Iberia Capital on Tuesday and was initiated with a 'buy' rating at Evercore.
Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Here's What's Important Next Week
Cramer will be monitoring earnings and the Federal Reserve next week.
Here's a Reason Why Energy Recovery (ERII) Stock Is Climbing Today
Energy Recovery (ERII) stock was upgraded at Jefferies to 'buy' on Tuesday.
Energy Recovery CEO Doesn't Fear the Short-Sellers
Naysayers have shorted 13% of the water desalination company's stock. Joel Gay isn't worried.
Steady Deal Flow is Drowning Shorts in Energy Recovery
Shares of Energy Recovery have surged over 96% thus far in 2016, drowning the short sellers who have increased their bets against the water desalination specialist along the way.
Energy Recovery (ERII) Strong On High Relative Volume Today
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Energy Recovery (ERII) as a strong on high relative volume candidate
Billionaire Gautam Adani Loses $26 Billion in 3 Days
The Indian tycoon and his empire are facing allegations of fraud by an American short-seller. Their answer does not convince investors for the moment.
FTX: DOJ Seeks to Ban Bankman-Fried From Using Signal, Slack to Contact Employees
The Justice Department wants to ban Sam Bankman-Fried, the former CEO of bankrupt FTX, from speaking to former employees of the crypto exchange.
A Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Adult Favorite Has Not Come Back
The cruise line has almost fully returned to normal after the covid pandemic, but one very popular activity hasn't been brought back.