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Here's what Jim Cramer thinks about Anadarko, Lyft, EA and the markets.
Anadarko Petroleum moved closer to sealing its planned takeover by Occidental Petroleum Tuesday after it agreed to sell some of its African assets to France's Total and board members approved the $38 billion bid over a rival approach from Chevron.
Jim Cramer weighs in on the Anadarko deal, Lyft's first earnings report, EA's earnings after the bell and the markets. Watch our Cramer Live show for everything you need to navigate your Tuesday on Wall Street.
U.S. stock futures slump as investors focus on trade talks later this week between Washington and Beijing; Lyft will issue its first earnings report as a public company on Tuesday; Anadarko says it favors Occidental's takeover bid over Chevron's offer.
U.S. stock futures fall sharply after Donald Trump, in a surprise move, says tariffs on $200 billion worth of China-made goods would rise to 25% from 10% by Friday, just days after saying negotiations were 'going very well' between the world's two biggest economies; Occidental Petroleum revises its $57 billion offer to buy Anadarko Petroleum, adding more cash to its offer as it tries to push aside Chevron in a bidding war.
Occidental improves its $76-per-share bid to include $59 a share in cash, aiming to best a rival Chevron offer.
Both valuation metrics and risk factors favor the French oil giant over the U.S. one.
Anadarko is surging as its planned, $33 billion acquisition by Chevron recognizes its underlying value.
Royal Dutch Shell and Total boast solid balance sheets, high free-cash-flow generation, top-quartile production growth and attractive valuations.
Global oil markets extended declines again Monday, taking crude prices to the lowest levels since July of last year, even as OPEC leaders vowed over the weekend to extend their planned production cuts if they fail to re-balance global crude stocks.
Global oil prices extended declines Wednesday, taking U.S. crude to the lowest levels since August of last year, as investors reacted to sharp pullbacks in stocks markets around the world following last night's surprisingly hawkish rate hike from the Federal Reserve.
Global oil prices surged Monday, lifting the shares of major producers around the world, as investors bet a trade truce between the U.S. and China, as well as possible production cuts from OPEC, will reverse the market's steep autumn decline heading into 2019.
Jim Cramer says traders hate hearing about long-term investing because they want instant payoffs.
At times of indiscriminate selling, it pays to be cerebral.
Big oil companies are moving with growing urgency to develop clean energy sources.
Quatar Petroleum is expected to make a final investment decision on a liquified natural gas facility near Sabine Pass, Texas.
It has become increasingly clear that Europe will need to import from multiple sources.
Natural gas related companies offer much better plays for alternatvie-fuel minded investors.
With crude oil still in an uptrend and the Dollar Index rolling over to the downside you should be positive on TOT.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at Total SA, Bluebird Bio, U.S. Silica Holdings, Nucor, International Paper, Nokia, Alibaba.
Energy secretary's mission to Moscow highlights threats to burgeoning U.S. exports of liquified natural gas.
A new trade route for Russia's liquified natural gas is opening up north of the Arctic Circle.
There's an easy way investors can hedge their exposure to Tesla.
Stocks ended lower on weakness in tech shares and after a strong report from Caterpillar proved insufficient to prop up the Dow.
Global oils prices spiked Monday amid brewing tensions between Washington and Tehran and concerns over fresh supply disruption in the North Sea.
BP and Royal Dutch Shell look promising here.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at Roku, GTT Communications, Total SA, Caesars Entertainment, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Textainer Group, Camping World and more.
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