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TheStreet's Jim Cramer said a weakening U.S. dollar is going to help the bottom line of Tiffany, which releases earnings for its latest quarter on Wednesday.
Prepare for a week of Fedspeak as members prime markets for a potential interest rate hike in June.
These heavily shorted stocks could squeeze the short-sellers if they report bullish earnings this week.
Ahead of Fed's June meeting, investors will need to start paying close attention to Fed officials and economic data.
A price pattern that powered this year's rally is repeating, but this time is suggesting a different outcome.
In an industry full of losers, this one company was actually a winner.
The activist investor launched an insurgency campaign at the organic grocer, seeking to press the company to consider strategic options and make other share-price improving changes.
After a torrid three years, jewelry retailers appear to be striking gold again in Hong Kong.
Stocks end a jumpy day little changed as financials weigh on the S&P 500 and Nike and Disney hoist the Dow higher.
Tiffany stock is getting a boost from a positive note at William Blair.
Cramer shares his views on how the market had a slow, pre-Trump kind of day, and also discusses the next step in Adobe's tech surge.
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Jim Cramer is bullish on Delta, Barracuda Networks, STMicroelectronics, UnitedHealth Group.
This week the markets fell back on earnings -- like Adobe -- and remained afloat, says Jim Cramer.
Wall Street ends a jampacked week little changed as a selloff in health care stocks counters broad gains elsewhere.
Today's session is reminiscent of a pre-Trump day.
Stocks rise on Friday even as a selloff in health care extends into its second day.
"The quarter will not be that good but Tiffany is starting to get the luster of luxury again."
Stocks creep lower on Friday as a selloff in health care extends into its second day, this time led by Amgen shares.
Tiffany slammed Wall Street's estimates on fourth-quarter earnings and is still looking for a new CEO.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Tiffany & Co.'s strength in China is good for Apple.
Stocks creep lower on Friday as a selloff in health care extends into its second day.
Stock futures move mostly higher on Friday as crude oil attempts another rebound to close out the week.
U.S. stock futures are mixed Friday ahead of data on U.S. consumer confidence; Adobe's earnings top forecasts; Apple to set up two more R&D centers in China.
Consider that the average tariff on U.S. goods sold in China is over 19% vs. 2% the other way.