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Lowe's reported a disappointing quarterly result. But don't jump to conclusions on the industry as a whole, Jim Cramer says.
We are looking to see what pictures the charts and indicators have painted for us.
Staggering misses from both are going to come on hot against various names in the remodeling area.
Home improvement company to introduce a simplified, exclusive paint and exterior stain line design featuring the industry's top brands as well as a new paint desk experience
These Four New 2018 Color Collections bring harmony to the home
There probably will not be a trade war, beyond the intention of making a point.
This quarter's proven to be one of tremendous, nearly unrecognizable bounty.
Entering GE too early has its costs, but there are ways to mitigate them.
Cramer explains why towel throwers are always late to the game, and also discusses -- some of -- what Equifax did wrong.
How in the world did the Dow get so high?, Jim Cramer asks. He says we need to know who's driving the bus around here.
Analyst upgrades on Sherwin-Williams and Microsoft are simply elucidating a stance that the market already held.
Jim Cramer says that with the exception of the department stores and the oils, a case can be made for almost anything in this market.
Lennar, General Motors and Sherwin Williams continue to churn higher as customers and investors alike bet on an improving economy, Jim Cramer says.
The firm said once past the effects of recent hurricanes there will be,"increased economic activity and an increased demand for new homes which will result in a broader range of opportunities for us."
Taxes, North Korea, and the end to the third quarter. Here's where markets stand.
The S&P 500 secured a new record high on Thursday, Sept. 28, in a session in which third-quarter growth concerns surfaced and consumer stocks did the heavy lifting.
Stocks are mostly higher on Thursday, Sept. 28, as consumer names give rise to the Dow Jones Industrial Average but losses among media companies weigh on the Nasdaq.
Stocks turn mixed by the middle of the session after a final read on second-quarter GDP showed stronger growth from April to June than previously estimated.
Stocks turn mixed on Thursday, Sept. 28, as Wall Street weighs second-quarter growth against the potential for a weaker third quarter.
Stock futures indicate a lower opening for Wall Street on Thursday.
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