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The market does not like unpredictability, and we are headed into August with more questions than answers. That weighs on confidence. And that could make the next couple months much more difficult than July.
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The credit card company reported that its “core” earnings of $1.38 per share, which were 6 cents ahead of expectations. Here’s what it didn’t say: that the $1.38 included 18 cents from the reversal or “release” of reserves tied to an accounting change. The accounting change, in essence, involves pulling securitized assets on balance sheet from off-balance sheet.
Cramer explains how Air Products’ takeover offer is actually holding this stock down. Plus, updates on Netflix, Green Dot and Ameresco.
When the founders of Ocado and their bankers priced its initial public offering Wednesday, they forgot that it's not the image-conscious shoppers doing the buying, but the hard-pressed investment community.
It’s no secret that bond funds are where the action has been over the past year, with most new fund money going their way. What is a secret—or at least something that never gets discussed—is the cost of investing in bond funds.
Participants in that auction tell me, in recent days, it has slowed and while there was significant interest from PE initially, that interest is now being described as more modest, though bankers tell me a few sponsors continue to work on a deal.
If you can get this stock at the right price, Cramer says, go for it.
With over 120 deals backlogged, Fox said, "some 25 billion of product" could come into the market over the next 6-9 months, which is very positive.
There are few things more important than a healthy IPO market. Successful IPOs instill confidence in investors and CEOs alike. It's a sign that new capital is looking to enter the market.
Cramer teaches you how to dig down on companies that are coming public.
If a deal can’t pass Cramer’s test, then it’s not worth buying.
Cramer explains the little-known mechanics of these popular deals.
Gander Mountain charged that on co-branded cards—these are cards that can be used anywhere as a Gander Mountain Master Card—ADS won’t give credit to Gander Mountain customers with FICO scores above 800.
Want an autos buy? There’s a better deal coming, he says. Plus get trades on Obama’s push for more wireless spectrum and more.
Next week the country's largest automaker and one its smallest will both be scrutinized by Wall Street and investors.
Cramer tells the company exactly what it needs to do in order to pull off a great public offering.
With so much attention on Chinese stocks, something that gets very little attention: US-listed Chinese companies that went public through the back door. The back door, in this case..?
An oil exploration company in a sea of post-BP oil exploration stock disasters.
It’s back to basics—companies that offer strong dividends and good products—for investing, Robert Kapito, president of Blackrock, told CNBC Friday.