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Jim Cramer looks at the turnaround plan for four companies struggling with slow growth, to find the winner of the bunch.
Oil expert John Kilduff explains why a "pile up" of bearish factors this week could spark the next leg lower for crude.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts with the help of Bruce Kamich to spot a bottom in IBM's stock. How much further can it fall?
Even though there is good news about the Ferrari IPO, the pricing of Ferrari has nothing to do with the recent IPO market.
Behind the emotional pull of Ferrari, fundamental market facts seem to have gotten lost in its IPO.
Could Yum Brands be a takeover target?
Shares of the motorcycle giant are spinning out after a dismal earnings report and upsetting guidance.
Watching investors buy stocks on bad news has been enough to persuade reliably bearish Bob Janjuah to change his mind.
Investors are wondering what other companies will finally relent to activists' demands and rally higher like Yum Brands.
Even in the midst of a great run for stocks, some names have moved spectacularly in the wrong direction.
Yum Brand's decision to spin off its China operations doesn't necessarily point to weakness in the country, CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Tuesday.
It is still early in the third quarter earnings season, but traders are already focused on the quarter that matters most: Q4.
BlackRock's Paul Ebner tells CNBC the Fed would likely increase interest rates by year-end, despite the futures market pricing in a delay until March.
Despite buzz about key staff changes at Yahoo, analysts look to different metrics ahead of Tuesday's earnings release.
Advisor Manisha Thakor of The BAM Alliance says a good annual checklist should address estate planning, insurance and investment portfolios.
IBM needs to see a turnaround in its software business first and foremost, Toni Sacconaghi said.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
As the third-quarter earnings season gathers steam, here are the plays from some of today's top money managers.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is telling you where to hunt for buying opportunities after WMT’s bombshell.
The U.S. stock market is better than bonds, but equities in Europe may see bigger upside, say three mutual fund chiefs who oversee more than $1.2 trillion of client assets.
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