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Jim Cramer says we're heading into the busiest week of earnings season. He's got your game plan, but says it might be a good time to take your summer vacation.
BlackRock says second-quarter profit fell by 7% to $1 billion, due to lower securities-lending revenue and performance fees.
After the contentious series of hearings, Rep. Maxine Waters and others said that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg should be called to testify on plans for the cryptocurrency.
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Jim Cramer says the consumer economy is in great shape, but the business economy is a different story. He wants the Fed to pay attention.
Jim Cramer weighs in on why he's keeping a close eye on Big Tech as Facebook, Amazon and Alphabet head to Capitol Hill, CSX's earnings and his thoughts on the financial sector post-big bank earnings.
The big banks that have reported have made a combined total of $29.5 billion. That's astonishing.
Bank of America stock is rallying after beating on earnings expectations. But can the stock trigger a big-time breakout? It's sitting on the cusp.
Whether the U.S. economy warrants a rate cut at this stage of the cycle is perhaps debatable.
Most of the banks have reported earnings by now. So, what should investors do now? Jim Cramer Cramer has some advice.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Big Tech's congressional hearings, CSX's earnings and his thoughts on the financial sector post-earnings.
Bank of America said second-quarter profit rose 8% from a year earlier to $7.3 billion. Earnings per share were 74 cents, exceeding the 71-cent average estimate of Wall Street analysts.
Netflix boots-up start FAANG earnings season, bank profits pressured by low rates, bitcoin tumbles as lawmakers round on Facebook Libra, oil prices gain and Apollo 11 celebrations continue in Washington.
Jim Cramer says no one ever got hurt taking a profit, but it looks like this is a market worth running to when the stocks of good companies go down.
Jim Cramer weighs in on JPMorgan Chase's earnings, the stocks that he's got his eye on and what he's watching closely in the markets.
It is still a surprisingly sedate market, despite indexes sitting close to all-time highs, earnings season, possible interest-rate cuts and endless speculation about China trade.
The Dow ends down after reaching an intraday day Tuesday as President Trump says the U.S. and China have `a long way to go' before reaching a trade agreement.
Premium is incredibly cheap now that the news is out.
With volatile swings following its quarterly earnings release, JPM still appears to have investor confidence.
JPM joined other banking heavyweights in exceeding expectations at least at the headline level.
Shares of JPMorgan are rallying after beating on earnings estimates. However, could a breakout be in store for the bank?
Investors might have been spooked at first by the unfavorable impact of lower rates on net interest income. Yet, JPMorgan is likely the best bank stock to own amid an uncertain macroeconomic environment.
No matter how strong a report, sometimes you just can't make Wall Street happy. Jim Cramer explains how stocks can actually fall on strong earnings.
Jim shares his thoughts on earnings from JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and Johnson & Johnson.
Curious what investors need to keep a close eye on when it comes to JPMorgan Chase's Earnings report? Here's what Jim Cramer is watching.
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