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A year ago the market was in a massive tailspin. It survived and has been going up ever since, Cramer says.
Retail has been much maligned but Cramer turned to the charts to show the sector is stronger than the sentiment surrounding it.
Jim Cramer ponders how the playing field is being leveled and how three stocks indicate a change in interest rates.
Monday kicked off the week with new record highs but Federal Reserve speculation left Wall Street adrift for the next four days.
Stocks cut earlier losses as the market closed Friday and crude ended its seventh session of gains.
Stocks fall back into the red on Friday on more speculation over the Federal Reserve's rate hike timeline and choppy trading in crude oil.
Management make efforts to raise investors' hopes, but words are not enough.
Some have said the mall is dead. But retailers' results show that only some mall-based retailers are suffering while others thrive.
Stocks turn mixed on Friday on more speculation over the Federal Reserve's rate hike timeline.
Gap's (GPS) stock price target was increased at Jefferies to $30 this morning.
Retailers' results show that differentiation is the key to this new environment.
Stock futures are slightly lower on Friday as crude oil trades in the red for the first session in seven.
Viacom's board approves a settlement that will end Philippe Dauman's 11 years as CEO; Emerson Electric to buy Pentair's valves and controls business; Gap's same-store sales fall.
The poor results at bargain clothing concept Old Navy are especially worrisome.
Gap (GPS) reported solid results for the 2016 second quarter, but gave weak profit guidance for the full year after Thursday's closing bell.
Gap Inc. (NYSE: GPS) today announced second quarter fiscal year 2016 diluted earnings per share were $0.
Cisco slips in premarket trading after topping analysts' profit and sales forecasts, and saying it would cut 5,500 jobs; U.S. futures are mixed; Walmart and Gap to report results.
On Thursday, August 18, investors await quarterly results from Walmart and remarks from three Federal Reserve officials.
Gap (GPS) is slated to report second quarter earnings and revenue after Thursday's closing bell.
Cramer shares his views on keeping Ralph Lauren's earnings in perspective. Kohl's, Costco and Twitter are among the stocks discussed.
In the week ahead, we're likely to get confirmation that the much-maligned American economy is the strongest in the developed world. Here are the earnings and economic reports to watch.
Retail earnings and Federal Reserve speakers will be in focus for the week of August, 15.
The Federal Reserve will be the underlying current fueling market activity in the coming week as questions remain over when a rate hike might come next.
Jim Cramer ponders how retail is faring, and how the Valeant probe harkens back to a prior time.
Wall Street ended the week just points from new records as disappointing retail data on Friday failed to overshadow a blockbuster Thursday.
Gap Inc. (NYSE: GPS) today announced that its board of directors authorized a quarterly dividend of $0.