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When things are this controversial you aren't going to find people willing to step up to the plate.
Jim's back and discusses his interview with Applied Materials, the end of the Broadcom-Qualcomm saga, Nucor's preannounced earnings, and more!
Unease permeates the stock market. From regulatory rulings to blocked mergers, the attitude from -- and about -- Washington is very different this year.
President's new economic adviser will be strong advocate for Trump's policies.
U.S. Steel comes out with a full year profit hike, citing President Trump's new steel tariffs.
It's not just Gary Cohn putting stocks through the ringer.
John Ferriola, chairman, president and CEO of Nucor, tells Jim Cramer about the U.S. steel industry and the impact of tariffs.
Jim Cramer focuses on Kinder Morgan, Blackberry, CVS Health, AK Steel Holdings, Capital One Financial, AeroVironment, and Intuitive Surgical.
Despite everyone's worries, and all the bearish predictions, Beijing wants a trade war even less than we do, says Jim Cramer.
Yes, some stock will fall ... but most will ultimately rise.
From corporate tax breaks to tariffs, Jim Cramer puts it in perspective and outlines your game plan for next week.
Here's what you need to know for Friday, March 2.
The Dow closed lower on Friday as investors reacted to Donald Trump's plans to impose strict import tariffs on steel and aluminum.
Believe it or not, China really has been dumping steel and aluminum in the U.S.
Steelmaker could show independent price strength in the days ahead.
The company's largest driver to use U.S. steel on the exterior of its cars is likely logistics, not patriotism. Meanwhile, the company uses various parts on the interiors of its vehicles that are made using steel from across the globe.
Worry abounds on Wall Street this week. Do you know which stocks have the lowest exposure to developments from Washington?
U.S. stock futures point lower as investors react to Donald Trump's plans to impose strict import tariffs on steel and aluminum; beer makers and car companies not thrilled by tariffs.
The problem for the marketplace right now is the uncertainty of it all.
The U.S. steel production industry is far bigger than the three publicly traded companies who are large advocates of the latest duties, and industry watchers are concerned global tariffs will harm far more than they help.
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