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Jim Cramer is bullish on Twilio, HubSpot and Cemex; he's bearish on Suburban Propane Partners.
No, people aren't suddenly deciding they want to go back to shopping at the mall, says Jim Cramer.
Morgan Stanley analysts Nikolaj Lippmann and Lillian Starke argue three main reasons for today's upgrade.
Some Mexican companies stand to potentially benefit from the controversial infrastructure project.
Europe's biggest cement makers were the top performing stocks in the region Friday following reports that a border wall between Mexico and the United States could cost $21 billion.
While the president insists Mexico will pay for his proposed wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, if and until it does, the project could cost $95 to $120 per American household.
Italy's Buzzi and Mexico's Cemex are likely to be the biggest winners from the controversial wall, while Texan's can expect a short squeeze higher building material prices.
The meeting between Presidents Trump and Pena Nieto is off, sending the Mexican peso sinking as the future of the relationship between the two North American countries becomes increasingly uncertain.
I have bought long positions in these 2 materials sector names.
Donald Trump is now in the White House. Here are some ideas on how to play it.
Jim Cramer favors UnitedHealth over Cerner, and U.S. Concrete more than Cemex.
Get used to some down days, says Jim Cramer, but don't lose sight of the success for financial stocks.