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Joy Global CEO Mike Sutherlin speaks to Mad Money host Jim Cramer about the state of commodities in China and developing Asia, and why there is a lack of a full understanding of his company's business model and it's impact on the stock.
It’s time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
Investors should look at companies that generate cash and don't need to borrow money, Kim Forrest says.
Stocks shaved their gains in the final hour of trading Thursday, but still ended modestly higher with the Dow recovering from its worst one-day drop in nearly four weeks, as the latest round of tepid economic data suggested the Fed's bond-buying program would remain intact.
Fast Money traders Stephen Weiss and Jon Najarian debate the play on the mining company after it lowers its guidance.
U.S. stock index futures signaled a lower open after Japan's Nikkei index plummeted over 5 percent.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Stocks that were recently out of favor are roaring higher as part of a grab for anything, Cramer said. But are the moves sustainable?
After Caterpillar slashed its 2013 guidance, investors should tread carefully, says one analyst.
Is there a massive storm brewing in the market? Jim Cramer thinks that kind of talk is simply hot air.
Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell Wednesday:
About to hit the buy button? If you're playing M&A Cramer thinks you should think twice, at least in these cases.
Despite concerns that Apple has lost its way, Goldman still believes in the stock. TheStreet.com reports.
When Wall Street was furiously buying Apple in the spring 2012, one market pro was outspoken in his call that investors avoid buying the stock.
Joy Global CEO Mike Sutherlin revealed new proprietary insights about China's economy closely followed by his company. Is growth back?
Joy Global CEO Mike Sutherlin discusses his call on the bottom in China, and where his company is headed in 2013.
If mom-and-pop investors are always the last ones to the stock party, it may be time to call a cab.
If you're looking for investment ideas, one direction looks a lot more promising than the others.
Wondering how the market will first react, if and when we go over the fiscal cliff? Cramer thinks we may have just gotten an early glimpse.
Stocks wiped out their gains in choppy trading Wednesday to close narrowly mixed, after Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's comments following the central bank's latest policy announcement and as ongoing worries over the "fiscal cliff" continued to weigh.