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Cramer's Mad Money Recap 10/13: FedEx, J.B. Hunt, Costco, Starbucks

Jim Cramer says many of our inflationary pressures and labor shortages will self-correct, and the market's rebound by the close shows that something good is bubbling under the surface.

Aurora, Self-Driving-Tech Producer, to Go Public Via SPAC

Aurora Innovation, the Pittsburgh provider of self-driving tech, agreed to go public by merging with a SPAC, Reinvent Technology Partners Y.

Truck Maker Paccar Wavers After J.P. Morgan Upgrade to Outperform

J.P. Morgan is bullish on machinery and construction equipment, including truck maker Paccar.

Paccar, Aurora Set Deal to Develop Autonomous Trucks

Maker of Kenworth and Peterbilt trucks to pursue autonomous freight market.

Paccar Drops; Double Downgrade Reflects Truck-Market Cycle

Paccar was double-downgraded to underperform as Bank of America's analyst sees the truck-replacement cycle nearing its end.

Breaking News

Morgan Stanley Stock Leads Gains As Banks Boost Dividends After Fed Stress Tests

Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo, Bank of America and Goldman Sachs will lift their quarterly dividend, while JPMorgan will hold its steady following last week's Fed stress tests.

Nike Stock Slides As As Margin Pressures, China Worries Offset Q4 Earnings Beat

"We think we're well positioned for growth in fiscal year 2023 ... having said that, we did take a cautious approach to Greater China," said CFO Matthew Friend.

Stocks Higher, Bank Dividends, Nike, Playtika And Occidental- Five Things To Know

Stock futures higher on global growth bets; Morgan Stanley leads bank gains after dividend boost; Nike slides as margin pressures offset Q4 earnings beat; Playtika shares surge on report of Joffre Capital interest and Occidental shares jump as Buffett adds more to stake

Walgreens Stock Slides As Group Scraps Plan to Sell UK-based Boots

"As a result of market instability ... no third party has been able to make an offer that adequately reflects the high potential value of Boots," Walgreens said.