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The REIT could find out very quickly that being shackled to a troubled Sears is not without serious downside.
With the end potentially nearing for Sears, J.C. Penney may want to get ready to count its money.
Jim Cramer shares his views on weak retail sales numbers and data. Apple, NXP Semi and Amazon are among the stocks discussed.
Cramer says you should gamble on the casino stocks, particularly Wynn Resorts.
Apple stock has jumped 21% since May when Cramer said buy at $93. Did you listen?
These are some head-scratching (i.e., not good) August retail numbers.
Sales dropped 0.3% in August, the Census Bureau said this morning, dragged lower by automobiles. That's not good news for banks like JPMorgan Chase hoping for higher interest rates.
The renewed threat of higher interest rates this year has sent investors fleeing shares of Home Depot and Lowe's. Here is why.
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Jim Cramer ponders why there's no reason to catch a falling knife and how a rate hike is coming.
All I can say is, this group needs to snap out of its funk, or the stocks will just get worse.
Last week Lowe's (LOW) announced that it would be introducing customer service robots at several of its Bay Area locations.
Jim Cramer ponders the market's inconsistencies and how some stocks get in trouble.
More strong data raises the stakes for the Fed's September interest-rate decision. Big businesses led August hiring gains, adding 70,000 workers, while small firms hired 63,000 new employees.
Through a partnership with Fellow Robots, Lowe's Innovation Labs explores how intelligent help can meet the needs of customers and employees
Cramer shares his views on Toll Brothers and how it doesn't get enough respect. Apple, Google and Wells Fargo are among the stocks discussed.
Sears should be embarrassed by the state of its New York City stores.
Say goodbye to your local Sears or Kmart store this year.
Sears' once-lucrative appliance business continues to hemorrhage sales.
The second quarter will likely be another terrible quarter for the struggling retail chain.
Higher home values mean people will continue to spend on home improvement projects, which should be good news for investors in Home Depot, Whirlpool and Stanley Black & Decker.
Existing-home sales dropped 3.2% in July to an annual rate of 5.39 million units, with the median price rising 5.3% from a year ago to $244,100.
BofA/Merrill Lynch added Lowe's (LOW) stock to its U.S. 1 list in a note on Wednesday.
The housing sector is marching on, pulling the economy along.