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A deal between two French aerospace companies create the third biggest aerospace supplier.
Safran will offer $10.5 billion for the troubled maker of Boeing and Airbus interiors, securing a deal that few Safran shareholders want, according to analysts.
Shares of the target rose after president-elect's team touted companies' offer to spend billions in R&D
As President-elect Trump gets ready to boost defense spending, Lockheed Martin's acquisition of Sikorsky Aircraft looks better timed than ever.
Doubts about the Lockheed Martin-owned helicopter maker, combined with the F-35 imbroglio, are stoking investor pessimism.
Jim Cramer ponders how giving in to Trump risks downgrades, and how we may finally be valuing banks on earnings.
Lockheed Martin, United Technologies and Ford may face stock downgrades, not just weaker earnings.
United Technologies, GM and other names have actually risen after The Donald called them out.
Jim Cramer: If you decide to make a strategy based on Trump's tweets, you'd better make it a buy strategy.
The promised full-time, full-pay positions come from a company the President-elect has accused of tax malfeasance and antitrust violations.
Just because Trump's pro-business doesn't mean he's pro-stock market, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer says breaking up can be good for investors and Honeywell spinoff AdvanSix is a good example.
He's never really been a stock market guy anyway.
Four more Dow stocks that could theoretically drive the index higher.
Going into earnings what the market needs now is more negativity, Cramer says.
Jim Cramer looks at Fiat Chrysler's $1 billion in U.S. manufacturing.
You have to think that if these stocks were so high once, then it's likely they will be again.
Cramer shares his views on the bull market, and also points out something you may have missed.
These stocks were affected by President-elect Donald Trump's sometimes not-so-friendly tweets.
The president-elect threatens the Japanese automaker with 'big border tax' for making Corollas in Mexico, but Wall Street takes the threat in stride.
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What's behind the strength of this amazing market? Jim Cramer says it's collision avoidance and rapid recovery.
Consider how many post-election predictions of disaster have not happened.
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