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TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the consumer goods sector higher today.
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Johnson Controls' (JCI) price target was upped at Deutsche Bank after the company posted its 2016 second quarter results yesterday.
Johnson Controls (JCI) stock is advancing on Thursday morning after the company posted its 2016 second quarter results.
Consider a JCI synthetic call -- a combination of long stock and long a protective put.
Cramer is not a big fan of Toyota and is avoiding Chesapeake Energy.
By blocking the Pfizer-Allergan and Halliburton-Baker Hughes mergers, the Treasury Department unleashed a wave of takeover speculation, Cramer says.
Market volatility put a major damper on corporate dealmaking in the first quarter, but some really big deals still managed to happen.
After a miserable 2015 and, in many cases, a poor start to 2016, the group has been on a tear.
The Emerald Isle was on fire in 2015, growing GDP by 7.8% and winning 213 foreign direct investment projects.
Cramer likes Walgreens over CVS, Home Depot over homebuilders, Box as a 'great' speculative play, and is an aggressive buyer of Alcoa.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says home improvement companies like Home Depot are the way he likes to play the housing market.
Johnson Controls is making big changes that could cause this undervalued stock to make big gains.
Rough start to 2016 should be seen as just a temporary pullback.
This week Cramer sees more reasons why there will be more market rallies and wonders at how well the oil industry is suddenly doing.
These 10 high quality dividend growth stocks are down 20% or more. They are bargains that are priced to buy today.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the consumer goods sector lower today.
Johnson Controls (JCI) reported its 2016 first quarter earnings results before the market open on Thursday.
Johnson Controls (JCI) stock is increasing in mid-afternoon trading on Tuesday, after shares of the company fell on Monday when it announced it was merging with Tyco (TYC).
Markets tank as the Northeast digs itself out of a mess. Also, people are still wary of inversions.
After spending most of the day with modest declines, stocks skidded in the final hour as oil prices fell below $30 a barrel.
Johnson Controls and Tyco International have agreed to merge in yet another corporate inversion which will relocate to Cork, Ireland for its corporate headquarters.
Stocks fall by mid-afternoon Monday as a slide in crude oil prices picks up speed.
Johnson Controls on Monday accelerated its shift away from auto parts and towards building controls, agreeing to merge with Tyco International in a deal valued at $14.35B.
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