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John Ferriola, chairman, president and CEO of Nucor, tells Jim Cramer about the impact of steel and aluminum tariffs.
Jim Cramer considers whether Cisco, Juniper and Intel could suffer in the regulatory battles with China.
Interest rates, inflation and bonds all add up, says Jim Cramer. And now, the trade war with China's getting ugly.
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.
Today, Jim discusses Raytheon, tensions in Syria, bank earnings, Kohl's, Nordstrom and more!
The markets bounced back on easing trade tensions and the banks kicked off first-quarter earnings season.
A new men's store debuts in New York City, a first for the Seattle-based retailer.
Retail stocks have mostly risen since February, but that's deceiving.
Nordstrom dives into the retail men's market in New York City with the opening of its first stand-alone men's store.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at HP, Advanced Micro Devices, U.S. Steel, Snap, DowDuPont, Del Taco Restaurants, Empire State Realty Trust.
Jim Cramer says we're seeing powerful reminders that there's a better time to sell than in the teeth of a decline. Investors must use discipline to their advantage.
Projected same store sales outperformance should provide you with one more reason to buy the stock.
We are continuing our strong push to reposition toward domestic names and away from dicey tech.
We can't pass up taking advantage of prices at these attractive levels.
From trade wars to data probes, investors had lots to digest this week.
We are taking advantage of market volatility to add to our positions in two portfolio names.
We'd buy all three if we weren't restricted from purchasing AMZN and GS.
We are cutting our MMP stake in half to make it more manageable and using a portion of the funds to purchase more JWN.
Stocks finished lower on Wednesday after the first interest rate decision from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
Jim discusses Nordstrom, today's FOMC meeting, what management at Facebook can do to help themselves, and a recent bullpen addition.
The Committee did not think it was right to sell at this time.
Tesla's stock is in a bear market. So what? Amazon is now worth more than Alphabet. So what about that too? Facebook's day of reckoning looms large.
U.S. stock futures turn mixed on Wednesday as Wall Street preps for the first interest rate decision from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
As Jerome Powell prepares to take the bat at 2 p.m. today, here are the other stories you need to prep for a snowy day on Wall Street.
The special committee of the retailer's board has terminated discussions with the Nordstrom family, company said.
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