Are you ready for Alibaba (BABA - Get Report) and Kraft-Heinz (KHC - Get Report) ?

Alibaba

Cramer has some thoughts about the Alibaba earnings. Alibaba will be reporting before the bell on Friday, Nov. 2. FactSet estimates that Alibaba will be reporting earnings per share of $1.07.

TheStreet's Annie Gaus is covering what investors should be looking at when it comes to Alibaba.

"Since hitting a record high on June 5, the Chinese Internet giant has lost more than 35% of its value. Among the factors that have weighed on Alibaba's stock are the Internet giant's spending, macroeconomic events such as tariffs and a weakened renminbi, and a general pullback from other Chinese behemoths like Tencent," wrote Gaus.

Here's what she thinks investors should keep an eye on when the company reports.

  • Cloud updates and core commerce
  • Merger and acquisition plans
  • Commentary on the Chinese economy

For more insight, you can check out Gaus's article here.

Kraft-Heinz

And what about Kraft-Heinz?

The company is set to report Q3 earnings after the bell on Thursday, Nov. 1.

Cramer responded that he's just not a fan. 

Over the past year, Kraft-Heinz shares have dropped 30%. 

Kraft is expected to announce earnings per share of $0.81 according to FactSet. 

 

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