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The sneaker giant reports a strong second quarter, but its orders for future deliveries disappoint investors.
They got the same-store juice, Cramer observes.
Cramer says video over cell phones is the way to go. That's why he likes Crown Castle.
The sale of the chipmaker's Oregon factory will mean reliance on its foundry partners.
These are hot stocks to be in now, Cramer says.
Big earnings lift the company's shares, but few others in the sector rise.
The sustainability of earnings is key to figuring out these sectors as possible sources for shorts.
The shares are hammered in Asia, dragging down United Microelectronics.
Semiconductor Manufacturing International has promise, but still trails industry leaders.
The company sees higher shipments in the fourth quarter compared with last year.
An Asian lawyer sells and misappropriates $100 million worth of stock the company owned.
Taiwan Semi and United Micro both say sales in the first quarter will be much better than expected.
The two biggest foundries get sell ratings on the belief that profits likely will fall even as sales increase.
We have deflationary symptoms, i.e., falling stock prices and businesses unable to raise prices, but we do not have deflation.
Bank of America and Prudential cut their earnings forecasts on a slew of chip companies.
The book-to-bill ratio fell in June from July, the first sequential monthly drop since November.
Now analysts don't see things getting significantly better until the second half of 2003.
A Merrill Lynch downgrade gives weight to the belief that there won't be a second-half comeback for semiconductors.
The programmable logic device maker's revenue is about half what it was a year ago.
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