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Jim Cramer discusses the beginning of the toughest trading period of the year, the quadruple witching hour, Pfizer and much more on TheStreet Live Friday.
The Justice Department reportedly intends to file criminal charges against a Boeing pilot who it believes misled the FAA.
Stocks moving in premarket trading Friday include Take-Two Interactive, Invesco, Lucid, Manchester United and AbCellera.
CNBC's David Faber said Friday that ISS will recommend that Five9 shareholders reject Zoom's all-stock takeover bid.
United Airlines grounded all north American flights for around 45 minutes Friday following 'technical issues' and reports of a system failure.
China's slowing growth, corporate crackdowns and system risk concerns have global stocks on the back foot Friday heading into Wall Street's 'quadruple witching hour'.
“We expect the third quarter to be a quarter of records for U. S. Steel.," said CEO David Burritt. ""Our best days are ahead.”
Stock futures lower heading into 'quadruple witching hour'; FDA panel debates COVID boosters; U.S. Steel updates on profits and China Evergrande's debt woes have investors asking if it's 'too big to fail'.
Real Money's Tim Cook has spotted a key pattern in the newly public company's trading.