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FTC requires Sherwin Williams to sell Valspar's industrial wood coatings business to Axalta.
Jim Cramer looks to the companies that are really making it work for investors: AXP, GOOGL, FB.
Thursday's results are sure to provide further color on the Valspar deal.
Cramer shares his views about on-shoring auto production, and also discusses some stocks whose runs aren't over yet.
The size of a divestiture the FTC is requiring will be below the threshold that would trigger a cut in the price Sherwin-Williams agreed to pay for Valspar.
The Sherwin-Williams Company (NYSE:SHW) and The Valspar Corporation (NYSE:VAL) today issued the following statement in response to unfounded market rumors concerning regulatory approvals for the definitive agreement between...
Some of the biggest deals already announced on Wall Street are currently pricing in hefty premiums for investors willing to take the risk.
We are using this drift lower in SHW to add shares after merger partner Valspar's earnings beat.
Apple is expected Wednesday to unveil the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus; Fed's Williams repeats his call for gradual rate hikes; Bill Ackman buys into Chipotle.
U.S. markets are closed for Labor Day on Monday, but investors are looking ahead to a key ECB policy meeting and quarterly results from a slew of major companies.
The Dutch maker of coatings and paints expects deflationary pressures and currency headwinds to continue.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Valspar (VAL) as a new lifetime high candidate
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Valspar (VAL) as a "barbarian at the gate" (strong stocks crossing above resistance with today's range greater than 200%) candidate
Net sales in the second quarter decline 2% at the paints maker.
Valspar (NYSE:VAL): Summary Financials Fiscal Second Quarter 2016 (Ended April 29, 2016) ...
Other panelists made the long case for Sherwin-Williams but would short American Airlines.
Antitrust divestitures could trigger a deal price reduction.
Jim Cramer is waiting for a pullback in Hershey and still likes AT&T. Gilead needs to make an acquisition to get its stock moving.
Jim Cramer shares his views on mutiny from the orthodoxy. Adobe, Salesforce and Broadcom are among the stocks discussed here.
Second nature's not working, says Jim Cramer. Investors should look more closely at charts and rely less on orthodoxy.
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