Jim Cramer rattled off his take on caller favorite stocks, including defense contractor Raytheon.
It was not immediately clear if any of the companies, which included defense technology firm Raytheon, had any dealings with Iran.
TEHRAN, Iran— Iran on Sunday sanctioned what it described as 15 American companies, alleging they support terrorism, repression and Israel's occupation of land Palestinians want for a future state, likely in retaliation for sanctions earlier announced by the U.S. It also said any of the company's assets in Iran could be seized. They included ITT Corp.,...
CNBC's Ylan Mui takes a look at which businesses could profit from Trump's border wall.
China is threatening retaliation over the THAAD missile system deployed at the Osan Air Base in South Korea.
Threats from abroad and congressional hearings scheduled Wednesday could highlight the need to update the weapons technology.
One strategist says the recent rally in defense stocks isn't over yet.
Investors looking to bet on President Trump's big speech could benefit hugely by buying these stocks, according to Kensho.
President Trump pledges to increase military spending as arms sales boom globally. What does this mean for U.S defense companies?
Under Trump's proposal, most federal agencies will face budget reductions.
The White House wants $54 billion more in defense spending for fiscal 2018 – news that is being well received Monday major defense stocks.
China ratchets up criticism on US missile plan for Korean Peninsula as it accelerates own missile development program.
In a letter to House and Senate leadership, top manufacturing CEOs argued that the current tax system penalizes American factory workers.
The Northrop Grumman-BAE Systems team exited the T-X trainer jet competition, making it the second team to leave the competition this month.
U.S. equities closed mixed on Thursday after hitting new record highs, as investors digested several key earnings reports.
The Dow burst through 20,000 after just a two-month, 1000-point ride, and strategists say stocks could continue to move up for now, as retail investors are lured in.
Stocks closed at all-time highs after a series of executive orders from President Donald Trump increased bullish sentiment on Wall Street.
Stocks rose as on Tuesday, with materials spiking more than 2 percent on the back of more executive orders from Donald Trump.
U.S. equities fell on Monday, but closed off session lows, as investors looked for more details regarding President Donald Trump's policies.
Trump's campaign against defense costs isn't expected to put a damper on earnings for the industry's big contractors.