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It’s time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
Leslie Deets founded handbag company Concealed Carrie and blasted her way into the growing and wildly diverse demographic of U.S. women who carry handguns.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday:
Los Angeles World Airports is spending more than $4 billion to renovate facilities, and $1.9 billion is being used to give the Tom Bradley International Terminal a makeover.
While the economic data show a recovery in place, it doesn't seem as if the message has gotten through to retailers serving lower- and middle-income consumers.
Following are the potentially market moving events that Jim Cramer will be monitoring in the week ahead.
Bain & Co. predicts that growth in luxury sales will be up to 50 percent slower this year than last. The main reason: Chinese are breaking away from their gift-giving culture and trying not to be ostentatious.
“The price action is confounding more people than I have seen in some time,” said Cramer. What's going on?
The rich really are different from the rest of us. And you can profit from them.
Oliver Chen, Retailing & Luxury Analyst at Citigroup tells us why he likes Michael Kors and the U.S. luxury goods sector.
Stocks clawed back from their worst levels but still closed in the red Wednesday, dragged by the defensive sectors such as consumer staples and utilities, as investors questioned when the Federal Reserve would start winding down its stimulus program.
A bull versus bear case on the luxury retailer, with Fast Money traders Michael Murphy and Josh Brown.
Corinna Freedman, Wedbush Securities analyst, breaks down the luxury retailers quarterly numbers and outlook.
Stock index futures pointed to a weaker open for Wall Street on Wednesday as investors speculated that strong economic data could prompt the Federal Reserve to retreat from its stimulus program earlier than expected.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
While a few high-profile IPOs like Seaworld Entertainment (SEAS) and Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCLH) have caught the investing public's attention this year, the real action has been in secondary offerings. Why? Low interest rates and a stock market that's up 14 percent this year has made this one of the best markets in years to float stock.
Despite a recent jump in Coach's share price on signs of stabilization, Goldman Sachs issued a research note saying that the retailer's turnaround may be just midway through.
"Fast Money" traders Pete Najarian and Brian Kelly share their take on Michael Kors' stock.
Darling, do tell, how is the high-end consumer doing? We check in with Cramer's Gatsby Index, a composite of 13 stocks used to gauge high-end trends.