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Glencore's bounce back on Tuesday isn't surprising given its recent selloff, but one market watcher said the company's longer term picture remains relatively uncertain.
Jim Cramer answered viewers’ Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the Stock Exchange and said he's not assuaged by Glencore's (GLCNF) comments that it is ‘operationally and financially robust.'
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Cramer says these five groups must be approached with caution.
As Alcoa splits its smelting and downstream businesses should you buy one company, both or neither?
The smelting business has been a major drag on the downstream business.
Cramer is worried about what's happening with three stocks -- Volkswagen, Glencore and Petrobras.
Cramer said he's worried about what's happening with three stocks- Volkswagen (VLKAY), Glencore (GLCNF) , and Petrobras (PBR).
Vale stock is rising after CEO Murilo Ferreira said the company will continue to focus on cutting costs.
Investors resumed their selloff of European stocks on Wednesday, taking their lead from losses in Tuesday's U.S. trading session and a further slide among Chinese equities.
European stock markets rebounded on Tuesday after Monday's devastating global selloff despite another day of heavy losses for Chinese stocks.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's ideas from this past week as he discusses the downside of cheap oil, risky economic conditions, and why housing has no backup if it stumbles.
The commodities and mining giant has seen significant dips in its earnings, which is why its new focus is on belt tightening, rather than feasting on other companies.
U.S. stock futures are trading lower as investors look to mortgage, inflation and petroleum data. The Fed's minutes for July will be closely watched Wednesday afternoon.
European stocks retreated on Wednesday, after weak earnings from mining giant Glencore, Danish brewer Carlsberg and others. The German parliament voted to approve the latest Greek bailout deal.
European stocks staged a modest rebound as fears about a long-running plunge in the renminbi abated and the eurozone edged closer to a resolution to the Greek debt crisis.
European stocks eked out small gains after China made good on yesterday's promise of a more stable currency. The Greek parliament voted in favor of the austerity package.
China's second devaluation of the renminbi in as many days caused turmoil in Asian currency and equities markets, and was swiftly followed by falls in European indices.
European equities investors felt the impact of a sharp selloff of government bonds, and were skeptical of progress on the Greek crisis, with stock indices trading sharply lower on Thursday.
European markets were generally buoyant despite renewed anxieties over Greek debt and a report from the European Commission slashing growth forecasts for the Greek economy.
European stock indices surged on Tuesday as markets reopened after the Easter break, amid optimism that the Federal Reserve may hold off longer than previously expected before raising rates.
European stocks were mixed on Thursday, with the U.K. leading the continent's major indices as mining groups rebounded.
European markets opened higher Wednesday, recovering some of Tuesday's losses, on renewed optimism that the euro's fall will boost growth and halt a slide into deflation.
European stock indices edged higher on Tuesday, helped by a strong performance on Wall Street on Monday and better-than-expected data from Germany, the eurozone's largest economy.
The trading panel discusses Yum! Brands, the mining industry and Ebola treatments.
The trading panel discussed Brazilian equities, market volatility and where investors can find alternative opportunities away from stocks.
Glencore (GLCNF) is reportedly laying the groundwork for a potential merger with Rio in the next year that would create the world's largest mining company, worth about $160 billion.
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