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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The bears may have won the game today, but the score can change dramatically tomorrow. Jim Cramer told "Mad Money" viewers how the markets arrived at such a terrible loss Wednesday. Cramer said each day the markets start at zero and head up or down based on the macro news and the micro earnings releases from individual companies. In Wednesday's case, the trading action started last night when Yum Brands ( YUM) reported stellar growth around the world growth, including China, and also noted an improving U.S. That news was negated by negative news from Cummins ( CMI) and tempered expectations from Alcoa ( AA). Finally, there was Chevron ( CVX), a stock Cramer owns for his charitable trust,