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Stocks shed losses from earlier this week to close broadly higher Thursday, lifted by the successful return of General Motors to the U.S. stock market and relief that Ireland was addressing its debt crisis. Alcoa and Boeing rose, while Intel fell.
Plus, Cramer makes a call on retail.
Here's why you should keep a close eye on these six stocks.
Here’s where the next leg of that move will come from.
Plus, a call on the energy stocks.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
After Gymboree was taken out by private equity at a 23% premium, the Street’s favorite game has been -- who’s next?
Things are getting better, Cramer said Thursday.
Plus, a side of the housing story that no one seems to notice.
Plus, get calls on tech, media and more.
Price, price, price. There's been a lot of talk about how price-sensitive consumers are these days, but if you had any doubt about how relevant this is to actual shoppers—banish it.
Stocks tumbled Thursday after a series of disappointing economic reports and despite an uptick in mergers and acquisitions activity. The day's downdraft wiped out the weeks gains for the Dow and the S&P 500. Intel and GE fell.
Stocks declined Thursday after a series of disappointing economic reports and despite an uptick in mergers and acquisitions activity. The day's downdraft puts the market on pace to wipe out the week's gains. Intel and GE fell.
Stocks extended their losses Thursday after a weak report on manufacturing out of the Philadelphia Federal Reserve and a disappointing report on jobless claims. Intel and GE fell.
Talk about bucking the trends! Williams-Sonoma's profit blows past estimates, proving two things: Affluent consumers have money if they want to spend it, and retailers can coax them to spend if they have the right merchandise and the right message.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Thursday's Squawk on the Street.
Cramer explains why the growth in high-end portable toilets could be good for the economy.
Plus, in defense of Northrop Grumman.
The future of the retail sector is scary, according to David Berman, because you are not seeing very good same store sales. It could turn negative come the fall.
Chatter on Wall Street is all about how much farther stocks may fall. What seemed like just a correction at first is now starting to look like the start of a bear market.