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Huge Disney Theme Park Project Looks to be Back on Track
Many thought that the pandemic meant that this unique theme park project would be canceled.
Cramer's Mad Money Recap 6/7: Target, Smucker, Eli Lilly
Jim Cramer says smart investing is as simple as buying growth stocks when interest rates begin to fall.
Citi Makes Wolfe List of Yield-Curve Steepening Stocks
Wolfe Research anticipates the yield curve will steepen for weeks and has created a list of stocks that could thrive as a result.
Cramer's Mad Money Recap: Advanced Micro Devices, Nvidia, Thor
Jim Cramer has your game plan for next week, which he says will be the calm before the earnings season storm.
Amazon, Bezos, Google, SpaceX - 5 Things You Must Know Wednesday
Amazon and Alphabet post strong earnings; Amazon's Jeff Bezos will step down as CEO in the third quarter; a SpaceX prototype rocket crash lands.
Trump or Biden? It's Too Close to Call: 5 Things You Must Know Wednesday
Stock futures fluctuate as critical battleground states remain too close to call in the presidential election; Uber and Lyft soar as they win measure to keep california workers independent; recreational pot legalized in New Jersey and Arizona.
Cool Off: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Wednesday 9/23/20)
Jim Cramer says some investors are learning a brutal lesson: You lose money a lot faster than you make it. So, appreciate this pullback as an opportunity to learn.
MetLife to Buy Vision-Care Firm Versant for $1.68 Billion
MetLife, further building its group-benefits lines, agreed to pay $1.68 billion for vision-care provider Versant Health.
Disney, General Motors, Beyond Meat, Peloton and Gilead - 5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Wednesday
Stock futures rise as President Trump pushes for a reopening of the U.S. economy; the ADP private payrolls report is expected to show job losses of 20 million in April; Disney's profit slumps as the coronavirus keeps the entertainment giant's theme parks closed.
New York Life to Buy Cigna's Group Life and Disability Insurance Unit for $6.3 Billion
Cigna plans to use the proceeds to buy back shares and pay down debt in 2020.
Johnson & Johnson Stock Lower After Unveiling End To Global Baby Powder Sales In 2023
Johnson & Johnson, which began selling Baby Powder in 1894, will end all sales of the talc-based product next year.
Apple Stock Edges Higher After Report Indicates iPhone Demand Confidence
Apple is asking assemblers to put together 220 million iPhones this year, Bloomberg reported, a tally that largely matches 2021 levels.
Struggling Electric-Truck Maker Nikola Makes a Major Change
Electric-truck manufacturer Nikola, like the broad vehicle industry, has been struggling with supply-chain issues.