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Google Home, can you please do my shopping for me?
Target digs into its bricks-and-mortar strategy.
It's part of Walmart's arsenal against the e-tailer.
Cramer reflects on why keeping cash on hand is a good thing and also explores the lack of any conviction to the downside.
Cramer provides some play-by-play on the race between Amazon and Walmart, and also discusses the relevance (or lack thereof) to business of the chaos in Washington.
White Supremacist violence and the White House's controversial response kept Wall Street on its toes.
Jim Cramer says the calendar and the momentum holders are coalescing to produce selling. Here's what investors should do about it.
U.S. stock futures are lower on Friday.
Walmart's second-quarter earnings offered up some inspiration.
Summer has been fun for Target and Nordstrom, too.
Walmart is probably the only company Amazon needs to fear at this point.
Walmart brought in $1.08 billion in the recent quarter versus $1.07 billion expected.
Tax reform? Infrastructure package? Take a number.
Jim Cramer says despite chaos in Washington, the market's not falling. Why? Because stocks aren't a referendum on the presidency.
U.S. stock futures are lower on Thursday.
The Fed and retail drive markets on Wednesday.
Target's thinking? Most shopping is still done in stores. At least, for now.
Navigating retail earnings.
It's good as a long-term name, but as an options trade, it's time to go.
Target and Urban Outfitters sweetened investor appetite for retail names.
A major breakout for Target should trigger soon off the back of strong fundamentals.