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If you carry a balance on store-brand cards or if you miss a payment on your no-interest purchase, you can end up wiping out those initial savings, and then some, the NY Times reports.
Few people know the US economy better than CEO Dan DiMicco, Cramer says.
The Dow ended higher Friday—even as the dollar gained strength. Consumer discretionary was a standout after reports showed retail sales rising and consumers' mood improving.
Surprise! NYSE Airline Index at 52-week high on strong commentary, crude poised to break below $70.
Stocks pared gains Friday afternoon as the dollar gained strength. Consumer discretionary was a standout after reports showed retail sales rising and consumers' mood improving.
Runaway federal deficits have thrust a politically unsavory savior into the spotlight: a nationwide tax on goods and services. The New York Times reports.
Cramer interviews the CEO behind this ailing automaker’s miraculous turn.
Analyst research reports these days are way too negative for the Mad Money host, so he wrote his own.
CEO David Cote has turned this once-stodgy industrial into an industry leader.
The market’s declines today work to your advantage, Cramer says. Here’s how.
Cramer goes one-on-one with the CEO of this US icon.
With data from ThomsonReuters, we took a look at which stocks have consensus estimates farthest above their stock prices (as of market close on 12/4/09).
By all accounts, the holiday season appears to be off to a robust start, with lines longer and carts fuller than a year ago, but a key question remains: What will happen after the holiday madness fades?
Stocks closed sharply lower, led by a selloff of financial shares.
Both the Dow and S&P closed lower on Thursday with selling accelerating into the close largely due to jitters about Friday’s jobs report.
Goldman Sachs may be the canary in the coal mine. And it looks like it’s breaking support. What must you know to trade this market?
Stocks opened mildly positive as a continued decline in weekly jobless claims help brighten hopes that the decline in the economy was abating—but surprisingly weak retail sales numbers tempered the enthusiasm.
Uh-oh, looks like big sales are coming. November Retail comp store sales are disappointing. RetailMetrics started off the month estimating gains of 2.6 percent for November compared to the same period last year, but by the end of the month it was down to 2.2 percent, and the final numbers may be even worse. It looks like about 75 percent are missing expectations; normally 60 percent beat expectations. Ugh!
Though Friday's November employment report is the most widely anticipated economic release of the week, Thursday's news docket is so full that investors may not spend much time thinking about those jobs numbers.
Stocks kicked off December with a rally Tuesday as Dubai fears subsided and the dollar retreated, pushing gold to a new record above $1,200 an ounce. The Dow gained 1.2 percent to close at its highest level since Oct. 2008.