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Caterpillar shares are on pace for their biggest single-day decline in nearly a decade after it posted weaker-than-expected fourth quarter earnings Monday and forecast a "modest" in increase in 2019 sales it linked to weakening demand in China.
Stocks fall sharply on Monday after Caterpillar issues a profit warning and Nvidia slashes its revenue forecast for the fourth quarter.
Caterpillar couldn't escape the macro headwinds that have curbed broader market gains.
The big week of corporate earnings is upon us.
Apple's surprise sales warning earlier this month, which cited weak China demand and the uncertainty surrounding trade talks between Washington and Beijing, has rippled through U.S. corporate earnings this week, highlight the bottom line impact of conflict between the world's two biggest economies.
I don't see the appeal in chasing names that are missing or guiding lower in the current market environment.
Jim Cramer breaks down what he thinks about Caterpillar's earnings.
We believe it is important to keep longer-term themes in mind on a down day like this.
Jim discusses Caterpillar's earnings, trade with China, Nvidia's pre-announcement, what to expect from Apple and Facebook this week, the club's repositioning out of China-related stocks and into healthcare, and more!
It looks like the S&P 500 is about to test the intraday lows and that will prevent much upside action.
Here's what you need to know about some of the top headlines for Monday, Jan. 28.
You buy the companies that have told you things have bottomed.
Caterpillar's plummet could convince some contrarian investors to come into the stock.
Management commentary from CAT is key on Monday.
Jim Cramer discusses what is moving the market as Caterpillar weighs on the Dow.
The machinery giant's first earnings miss since 2016 is pushing its stock into a hole.
U.S. equity futures fell sharply lower Monday as a profit warning from industrial equipment maker Caterpillar cast a pall over the busiest week of the fourth quarter earnings season as markets shifted focus to a series of major event risks and blue chip reports in the week ahead.
So what does a company specializing in heavy machinery share in common with a very hungry insect. Watch to find out.
The marketplace will react to this week's China, U.S. trade talks in a huge way.
U.S. stock futures decline as a rally sparked by a surprise concession from Donald Trump to end the 35-day government shutdown fizzles; Caterpillar and Whirlpool report earnings Monday; chemical companies Versum and Entegris reach merger deal; Nissan confirms receives SEC inquiry into executive pay.
Record Full-Year Profit Per Share; 2019 Profit Per Share Expected to Increase
Global stocks drifted lower Monday as last week's late-hour rally on Wall Street, sparked by a surprise concession from President Donald Trump to end the 35-day government shutdown, fizzled in overnight trading as markets shifted focus to a series of major event risks and blue chip corporate earnings in the day ahead.
U.S. corporate earnings have come in largely ahead of analysts' forecasts in the first two weeks of the reporting season, according to data from Refinitiv, but the rate at which companies are beating estimates continues to slip below both near and longer-term averages, suggesting the fading impact of tax cuts, and concerns about slowing global growth, could dampen profits over the first half of the year.
Jim Cramer's plan for getting through the heart of earnings season next week.
It's going to be one hectic week.
Let's review the charts as CAT has been in a downtrend for a while.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at Caterpillar, PG&E, Nio, Visa, Tenneco and more.
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