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Jim Cramer says analysts and trade woes put a damper on buying ahead of the weekend. So let's get the game plan for next week.
We cannot afford to revisit the lows seen in early April.
Look for earnings from Alphabet and Amazon, plus a sit-down between North and South Korea.
Big ad revenue-sharing payments have been weighing on Google's margins. But its mobile and video ad sales have been booming.
Newly-discovered incidences of ads showing up next to offensive content don't bode well for marketers' confidence in the platform.
The General Data Privacy Regulation, or GDPR, goes into effect May 25 and will require a host of changes by companies that collect user data.
General Electric's first quarter was far from clean, despite investors cheering the results. TheStreet offers up its latest investing tip of the day ahead of the weekend.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Friday's trending stocks.
The chip sector rout continues, which hints that earnings results from smartphone companies like Apple may be so-so.
U.S. stock futures turn higher; GE and Honeywell report earnings; Wells Fargo reportedly is to be fined $1 billion; Qualcomm begins jobs cuts.
AT&T boss Randall Stephenson on Thursday called the government's lawsuit to block his company's purchase of Time Warner "absurd," and outlined the new tech, content strategy and corporate structure the merger partners plan.
Interest rates, inflation and bonds all add up, says Jim Cramer. And now, the trade war with China's getting ugly.
The new CEO has been on the company's board since June 2017.
The Amazon founder's latest shareholders contains interesting disclosures not only about Prime, but also about his company's AI investments, Indian growth and workplace culture.
Latest salvo in China trade war damages tech while higher rates and oil undercut consumer goods and housing.
The handicapping shows an insanely close race: Apple, Amazon, Alphabet and Microsoft.
At this juncture I'm not expecting any major moves in the indices.
The CEO says Time Warner needs to merge with AT&T to compete with the Googles and Facebooks of the world.
The list of reasons for my short-term bearishness keeps growing.
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.
Of course, a good earnings report from a key stock can change the mood very fast.
Cable operator RCN's CEO outlined the perils of vertical media consolidation, while AT&T and Time Warner attacked data the government uses in an economic model that calculates the increased costs to consumers.
Alphabet earnings on Monday night is likely the next report to provide any real excitement.
Market reactions have ranged anywhere from lackluster to outright negative. What gives?
Jim Cramer says you can't ignore the FANG stocks. They are part of a secular, long-term change in how we think, in how we do things, in how the global economy works.
We've had two big days for stocks, but I used the run-up to short SPY even more.
A quick review of these four securities should help in navigating the short-run.
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