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5 Top Stock Decliners for Wednesday: PayPal, Netflix, Novavax
PayPal, Netflix, Novavax, WD-40 Co. and UniFirst are five stocks that fell on Wednesday.
Amazon, Apple, Fed Minutes and Didi - 5 Things You Must Know Wednesday
Stock futures edge higher as traders await minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting; Amazon extends gains after setting a record high; China ramps up its crackdown on the country's tech giants.
Didi, Bitcoin and Surging Oil Prices - 5 Things You Must Know Tuesday
Stock futures slip Tuesday and oil prices surge; Didi slumps after China cracks down on the ride-hailing giant; Bitcoin prices steady after a volatile few days.
Mad Money Lightning Round: Chevron, Nokia, Pioneer Natural Resources
Jim Cramer’s bullish on Nokia, and Chevron, but he's taking a pass on Boston Omaha and WD-40.
Cramer's Mad Money Recap: Lordstown Motors, Intuit, Costco
Jim Cramer's got your game plan for a busy week ahead for earnings reports.
Amazon, Twitter, Apple, S&P 500 Record: 5 Things You Must Know Thursday
Stock futures rise after the Federal Reserve indicates it's not close to ending its accommodative policy; turnout is 55% at Amazon union drive in Alabama; Twitter reportedly considered a takeover of Clubhouse.
Tesla, Facebook, Delta and Jobs - 5 Things You Must Know Monday
Stock futures rise after data show a surge in U.S. jobs during March; Wedbush upgrades Tesla and boosts the stock's price target to $1,000 after stronger-than-expected deliveries; Facebook data for more than 500,000 users emerge on dark web.
TripAdvisor, Acacia, WD-40: 5 Top Stock Gainers for Friday
TripAdvisor, Acacia Communications, WD-40, Chimerix and Cardtronics are rising Friday.
WD-40 Shares Leap After Quarterly Earnings Nearly Double
The company benefited from increased demand linked to renovation trends associated with the pandemic.
Tesla Chart Faces Key Hurdle. Here's What Happens If It Fails.
Tesla stock faces a key hurdle on the charts. Here's what happens if resistance rejects it.
Tim Cook and Apple Make a Move That Could Annoy China
iPhone maker wants to diversify its supply chain and expand in a crucial market.