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Ackman needs Mondelez to make another bid for Hershey because he's playing for pride, says Cramer.
No, we aren't kidding here.
Investors re-evaluated what stocks are actually worth and started buying, Cramer says.
Global markets are plummeting in the wake of the U.K.'s decision to leave the European Union. These dangerous stocks, bonds and ETFs will likely stumble big time.
Jim Cramer talks about how the European banks have him worried, but how it's not the right time to sell. Keep calm and carry on.
In a research note to investors this morning, Credit Suisse analyst Seth Sigman downgraded big box electronic retailer Best Buy to Neutral on concerns over about...
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Sears Holdings (SHLD) as a strong on high relative volume candidate
Insiders at these companies have been scooping up shares of their own stock lately.
Sears continues to bleed market share in appliances, which was once the crown jewel of its business.
Stocks are down following a worse-than-expected Labor Department report. Is it time to get out of the markets?
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Sears Holdings (SHLD) as a "perilous reversal" (up big yesterday but down big today) candidate
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Sears Holdings (SHLD) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate
Best Buy is the latest retailer to report impressive sales of appliances thanks to the continued U.S. housing recovery.
Best Buy continues to see its huge stores as assets rather than liabilities.
It took some time but Wall Street eventually got used to the higher prospects for a June rate hike this week.
Kohl's, Macy's, Nordstrom and Sears had horrid starts to the year, suggesting the department store model is officially dying.
Shares of Sears closed higher after the company reported poor quarterly earnings. Confused? We make sense of it all.
Once one of the country's most beloved brands, Sears is finally showing its age and inability to survive in a world dependent on e-commerce.
Stocks stayed range-bound on Thursday as investors sit on the sidelines, awaiting any new clues on a rate-hike timeline from the Federal Reserve.
Stocks are narrowly mixed again by mid-afternoon Thursday as crude oil fails to recapture a level above $50 a barrel before its close.
Prices were slashed in half and then cut in half again.
Stocks turn lower by late morning Thursday after crude oil gives back all of the day's gains.
Oil and gold on the rise as U.S. futures go up.
Sears (SHLD) will announce its fiscal 2016 first quarter financial results on Thursday before the opening bell.
In the coming week, investors will get crucial clues as to whether they should pull back or stay long. We examine the dangers and the opportunities in the days ahead.