|Day Low/High||6.79 / 6.80|
|52 Wk Low/High||4.97 / 6.81|
Certain emerging market ADRs outperformed both the domestic and foreign bourses last week.
We're now in a manic state because we had a 14% correction. With that and the myriad of worries we've heard about since, it shouldn't be a surprise that home sales were down in May.
The news from China that the government will allow the yuan to appreciate sends shares of Chinese real estate and travel stocks higher.
E-House China has been trading near 52-week lows despite strong earnings and now the bulls are looking for a bounce.
Longer term it is very easy to see E-House China capturing a 10% market share even if sales in the world's largest real estate industry were to stay flat.
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Cramer says the idea that the two titans are locked in a smartphone war is misguided, adding there is room for both to grow in that space.
NEW YORK--Stephanie Link, Director of Research for Action Alerts Plus, explains how to play the residential real estate market in China through E-House Holdings. Link also explains how to play the recovery in China through Fluor Corporation. And although the stock has fallen out of grace since before the tech bubble, Link is still a fan of JDSU. She explains why this is and details the company's China connection. Finally, find out how to play GE after news that the company's aviation unit is teaming with the Aviation Industry Corp of China to make airplane electronics.
The Chinese real estate run is raising E-House earnings, but the jury is still out on whether a potentially dangerous real estate asset bubble could be coming.
The S&P ought to attempt a bounce at the 1035-1040 area, but a number of factors suggest that this attempt could fail.
E-House China posts better-than-expected first-quarter profit and raises its revenue outlook for the second quarter, sending its stock rising 12% in the day's trading.
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Cramer advises investors to turn hedge-fund selling to their advantage by buying high-yielding stocks.
Cramer has had a sell on this stock for the whole year, and he isn't budging.
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