The S&P 500 is almost unchanged from mid-July, but there have been some major moves under the market's surface. » Read More
By: Jim Cramer
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Gold, crude, stocks and bonds are rallying in lockstep, and that has created a very tricky trading environment, according to one market watcher.
Envision Healthcare Holdings spiked nearly 9 percent as news surfaced of a potential merger with AmSurg.
Shares of Vail Resorts rose about 3 percent Thursday after the company reported better-than-expected earnings.
Restoration Hardware Holdings shed 20 percent after releasing its financial results for the first quarter.
J. M. Smucker spiked more than 7 percent after the food producer beat earnings expectations for its most recent quarter.
Vodafone fell more than 1 percent after revealing the merger of its New Zealand unit with Sky Network Television.
Shares of Pandora spiked nearly 3 percent Thursday after analysts at Axiom upgraded the stock from “hold” to “buy."
SolarCity briefly rose more than 3 percent as analysts at R. W. Baird see long-term upside on the stock.
Fitbit rose 1 percent in the premarket after analysts at Wedbush Securities began coverage of the stock with a positive view.
Jim Cramer takes a look at Foot Locker to see if it can once again put the right foot forward for earnings.
Jim Cramer laid out why one packaging giant is a key indicator of where the economy could be headed next.
The "Fast Money" traders debated what securities are worth holding in an environment with little to no yield.
Jim Cramer outlines what has prompted the staggering rally in energy prices, and what stands in the way of it going higher.
IPOs are not really an alternative for start-ups, Greycroft's Alan Patricof says.
Jim Cramer says to forget about payroll, instead use these four off-the-radar stocks as a gauge for how the economy is really doing.
A long-held favorite on Wall Street, Apple has hit a few road bumps thus far in 2016.
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