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Jim Cramer says the market is showing leniency to some companies. He names them and explains why.
What is really driving this rally is the inability of algorithmic traders to moderate their buying.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Union Pacific Corp is the #57 broker analyst pick among those stocks screened by The Online Investor for strong stock buyback activity. To make that list, a stock must have repurchased at least 5% of its outstanding shares over the trailing twelve month period.
Jim Cramer says it's demand that's driving this market to new highs, not the Fed, not trade talks and certainly not the election.
Deere, Dow, Caterpillar, PPG Industries, Illinois Tool Works, CSX Corp and Union Pacific all defied expectations and rose after less-than stellar quarterly reports. Here is why.
Third-quarter earnings from highly cyclical companies provide a bad portent.
Despite some downbeat stories and IPO overhang, Jim Cramer says, we're seeing the market rally thanks to the action in some great individual stocks.
It's all because some stocks are more powerful than others and the aberrations are to the downside. Not the upside.
Here's list of key companies reporting earnings the week of October 14, 2019.
Jim Cramer explains the unexpected: quarterly results are 'not as bad as feared' -- NABAF. It's boosting stocks that, based on the headlines, should really just crumple.
Stocks finish higher Thursday on news of a Brexit agreement between the U.K. and the European Union, and a ceasefire agreement in Syria, but IBM's revenue miss weighed on investor sentiment.
Here's why you should care about Union Pacific's earnings even if you don't own the stock.
I have the answer behind the conundrum that forces stocks up that should be going lower.
Union Pacific posted weaker-than-expected third quarter earnings Thursday as freight volumes decline amid a slowing global economy and myriad U.S. trade disputes.
U.S. stock futures rise after a Brexit deal is reached; Netflix boosts international subscriber growth but sees U.S. weakness; IBM posts a third-quarter revenue miss; Honeywell and Morgan Stanley report earnings.
Money fled high-growth, high-multiple stocks on Wednesday and chased a mix of both defense and value.
U.S. equity futures jump Thursday after Britain reaches a tentative Brexit deal that will see it leave the European Union later this month, offsetting investor concerns over growth and trade that had muted global markets earlier in the session.
Global stocks sputtered Thursday, pulling U.S. equity futures into the red for a second consecutive session, as concerns over growth and trade, as well as the eleventh-hour fate of Britain's ongoing Brexit saga, sapped investor sentiment in markets around the world.
Jim Cramer says the market is happy to hear about a possible trade agreement, but without details, it's hard to maintain momentum. Here's your game plan for next week.
Plus, a look at the uncertain prospects for a Saudi Aramco initial public offering.
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