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Charles Bunch, PPG Industries chairman & CEO, discusses his company's better-than-expected earnings.
Charles Bunch, PPG Industries chairman & CEO, discusses his company's better-than-expected earnings and how his business is profiting from the ultra-low price of natural gas, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, takes a look at some beneficiaries of low nat gas prices leading into earnings.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, discusses how the ebullience at the NYC marathon this past weekend stands in contrast to the eurozone mood and is an analogy of the divergence in market conditions.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
The only thing that determines why a stock goes up on any given day is what’s going on in Europe, Cramer says.
Chuck Bunch, CEO of PPG Industries, speaks about his company's future prospects.
PPG Industries is the kind of stock investors need to have on their shopping list the next time there is a sell-off in the markets, says Mad Money's Jim Cramer, discussing the company's future outlook, with Chuck Bunch, PPG Industries chairman/CEO.
Find out what names are in Cramer's "Game Plan."
Find out what big names are Cramer's "Game Plan."
CEO Charles Bunch told Cramer he expects a "solid economic picture" going forward.
And the five ways Cramer wants to play this market.
Despite today's miserable decline, Mad Money host Jim Cramer thinks investors should circle back to companies that delivered terrific quarters. "PPG delivered $2.12 of earnings per share, a 9-cent beat, on stronger than expected revenues that rose 15.3% year over year," says Cramer. Chuck Bunch, chairman & CEO of PPG, weighs in.
If the U.S. defaults, Cramer thinks it could provide a buying opportunity. Here are a few names he's looking at.
These are the 11 earnings reports the "Mad Money" host plans to monitor.
And they’re more than plays on just that sector. In fact, they’re making money right now in multiple bull markets.
In total, the 500 largest firms on Wall Street have increased their payouts by nearly $21 billion so far this year, a massive upswing in the cash that companies are willing to part with for the benefit of their shareholders. ...A report from TheStreet.
Only he explains it's not so much what, as it is who.
One company recently reported a very bullish data for the world's economies. Cramer chats with its CEO.