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In order for things to really improve next week, Cramer thinks several situations bear watching over the weekend.
India is expected to choose Sikorsky Aircraft's S-70B Sea Hawk helicopters at a 16-aircraft tender worth over $1 billion.
WASHINGTON, Sept 16- The White House on Tuesday announced steps to tackle a potent greenhouse gas used in refrigeration and air conditioning, of which the United States is the world's largest producer, a week ahead of a major UN summit focused on addressing climate change.
Just as employers replaced pensions with retirement plans, more companies appear to be making a similar cost-sharing shift with health plans.
Cramer is seeing troublesome developments all over the market. "We have to face some facts here," he said.
NEW YORK, July 29- When Harvey Montijo first moved in with his wife Natalie, he remembers exactly how long it took to get into a tiff about household temperature. "Right from the get-go," remembers the 31- year-old orthopedic resident in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Cramer thinks now is a good time to look at companies that have rallied post quarter, and then determine which could have more upside.
*U.S. players include Gogo, Honeywell, Golden Eagle. LONDON, July 22- The web-connected aircraft cabins of the future, powered by technology on show at last week's Farnborough Airshow, are offering a path to investor returns through suppliers like Cobham Plc and Thales SA.
Imagine making fuel from algae rather than petroleum. Sounds futuristic? Honeywell says it’s possible right now.
*Google leads tech advance; GE slips after earnings. *Obama condemns Russia after Malaysian airliner downed in Ukraine. President Barack Obama demanded that Russia stop supporting separatists in eastern Ukraine a day after the downing of a Malaysian airline by a surface-to-air missile, which he said was fired from rebel territory.
*Obama condemns Russia after Malaysian airliner downed in Ukraine. NEW YORK, July 18- U.S. stocks rose on Friday, rebounding a day after the S&P 500 suffered its worst decline since April 10, with the benchmark index on track to post a modest gain for the week.
US Treasury yields held to lows, taking in stride weaker-than-expected data and keeping the safe-haven flows from tension in Ukraine and Israel.
*GE, IBM shares drop after earnings. Market participants will keep a close eye on geopolitical tensions, as the United States said Friday it could not rule out that Russia may have assisted separatists in firing a missile that likely downed a Malaysian airliner Thursday at the Ukraine- Russia border, killing nearly 300 people.
*GE, IBM shares drop after earnings. Investors will continue to keep a close eye on geopolitical tensions, as world leaders demanded an investigation after a Malaysian airliner was downed at the Ukraine- Russia border and Israel announced the start of a Gaza ground campaign on Thursday.
NEW YORK, July 18- U.S. stocks were poised for a slightly higher open on Friday, after the S&P 500 suffered its worst decline since April 10 and was on track for a second straight weekly decline, ahead of data on consumer sentiment.
U.S. stock index futures signaled a higher Wall Street open on Friday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
July 18- Honeywell International Inc, a maker of aircraft cockpit parts and other electronic equipment, raised the lower end of its 2014 profit forecast range and reported better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by higher sales of turbochargers. Honeywell lifted the lower end of its 2014 profit forecast range to $5.45 per share from $5.40.
NEW YORK, July 18- U.S. stock index futures rose modestly on Friday, putting the S&P 500 on track to bounce from its biggest decline since April 10, ahead of data on consumer sentiment.
July 18- Honeywell International Inc, a maker of aircraft cockpit parts and other electronic equipment, reported a 7.6 percent jump in quarterly profit, helped by higher sales of turbochargers. Net income attributable to Honeywell rose to $1.10 billion, or $1.38 per share, in the second quarter ended June 30, from $1.02 billion, or $1.28 per share, a year earlier.