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Stock futures are pointing to a mixed open on Monday ahead of a key manufacturing report.
BlackBerry posts a surprise quarterly profit; the stock rises 22% in the first quarter.
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Cramer also warned about 3D Systems and Jos. A. Bank but advised staying in SandRidge Mississippian Trust.
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Bank's ubiquitous ads imploring men to 'Buy one item, get 2, 3 or 4 more free' has proven successful over time.
Cramer is upbeat on Waste Management but is scratching his hed about Jos. A. Bank.
Major U.S. stock averages trade mixed Monday after a substantial run-up in the benchmark indices the prior week.
Stock futures are rising Monday after a better-than-expected earnings report from Caterpillar and durable goods orders report.
Caterpillar issues a huge a spread in earnings estimates for its forward guidance; Toyota is again the world's biggest automaker.
Fashion weeks is in full swing in NYC. Clothing designers are showing off their spring collections. While most will be focused on the women's shows, there's one sector of the industry that's getting more attention.
Europe's crisis is causing U.S. stocks and sectors to send distress signals.
eBay continues to soar on strong second-quarter earnings and a positive outlook.
America's in a tug of war between Europe's negativity and China's interest rates, Cramer said.
Jim Cramer says Men's Warehouse is not worth owning given the level of white collar job losses.
Jos A. Bank Clothiers was a leading decliner within the services sector, falling 35 cents (-0.7%) to $47.79 on average volume.
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