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Billionaire investor Nelson Peltz has unveiled a 7.3 percent stake in Ingersoll-Rand.
Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund adds stakes in Ingersoll-Rand, U.S. Oil Fund and other names, reports CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's morning movers:
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, takes a look at the read from industrials that suggests we're moving into later cycle categories.
Is AT&T upgrade policy a problem for Apple?
With new woes surfacing in Europe, the Fast traders suggest buying when others are fearful, but only buying selectively. Here's what they like, right now!
An emerging market takeover? Emerging markets are going to make a major power play at this weekend's International Monetary Fund meeting.
Two titans of corporate America — General Electric and McDonald’s — report earnings Friday, and investors will focus on what they have to say about the global economy as U.S. data looks increasingly weak.
The incredible shrinking Greek politicians: all three Greek political parties have reportedly received the document laying out the terms of the bailout. The leaders are supposed to meet today...but the meetings have been postponed. Several times. In a single day. Still no agreement on proposed 25 percent cuts in private-sector wages, cuts in supplementary pensions, and the extent of closure of state controlled organizations.
The "buy American stocks" trade is gaining backers by the day as US economic indicators continue to show improvement and investors become less-focused on Europe.
The "Mad Money" host explains how investors can improve their chances of making money in any market.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, takes a look at why identifying strong long-term outlooks can be the key to identifying names with upside.
Out of the blue-chip stocks that saw an increased dividend Monday, “Fast Money” pro Guy Adami liked one of them: Pfizer.
Find out what six big themes the “Mad Money” host thinks are controlling individual stock movements this earnings season.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, looks at why Ingersoll-Rand remains a “sell” despite its steep price decline.
No shock and awe this weekend? It sounds like Europe is going back to incremental changes. Traders have been anticipating the European Union summit on Sunday will resolve issues related to: 1) a greater haircut on Greek debt; 2) recapitalization of banks; and 3) how to use the European Financial Stability Facility.
U.S. markets face some important economic data and a slew of corporate earnings reports, but European news will once more likely drive the direction Thursday.
It could be, but Cramer thinks a few things need to happen first.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer says Ingersoll-Rand is one of the most beaten down industrial stocks out there, and investors need to pay attention when the company reports next week because it has the potential to be a terrific turnaround story, but only if management lowers the bar; takes ownership of past failures; and lays out a credible plan for the future.
It's a problem: since dropping in the beginning of August, the market has a hard time putting together consecutive strings of up or down days.