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The Facebook IPO is a terrific illustration of what Morgan Stanley is doing right, says Mad Money's Cramer, so if you can't wait to grab some shares in the IPO, buy MS instead, the lead underwriter on the deal, and a brokerage house that's making a fabulous comeback.
Our economy is accelerating, says Mad Money host, Jim Cramer, and investors better believe it will be reflected in strong earnings numbers next week.
Within the Dow, McDonald's is the top performing stock since May 2008, up 65 percent, followed by Home Depot, up 56.5 percent. Bank of America is the worst performing stock, down 78 percent.
Stocks ended near session highs Friday, with the Dow finishing at its best level since May 2008, buoyed by a monthly government employment report that blew past estimates and a handful of impressive economic news.
While the Patriots and the Giants battle it out, the two screens that battle for consumers attention—your smartphone and TV—are teaming up.
The strong employment news has strategists racing to find trades on a stronger U.S. economy.
Bonds will continue their selloff, says Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services and CNBC's Rick Santelli. "People are pricing in more volatility," says Iuorio.
Now is a good time to pick up undervalued cyclical stocks as they are poised for double-digit gains this year, according to JPMorgan Chase investment analysts.
January's surprisingly strong jobs report suggests that first quarter growth forecasts may be too low and that the Fed may have to rethink its stance on interest rates and further easing.
With Friday’s strong employment and manufacturing numbers, the most obvious question (to me, at least!): How did the Fed get it so wrong?
Roche is willing to spend $5.7 billion on what could be a hostile takeover of Illumina to get into the gene-sequencing market, CEO Severin Schwan told CNBC Friday.
Friday's market rally featured the latest round in the battle of whether a gradually improving US economy can outweigh Europe fears, with the home team winning—at least for the moment.
Discussing whether Facebook's valuation is justified, with Bill Gurley, Benchmark Capital.
Discussing the chances of Twitter going public, with Bill Gurley, Benchmark Capital.
What to buy or sell on the back of better-than-expected jobs data, with CNBC's Steve Liesman and the Fast Money team.
Insight on how many pizzas Domino's will sell on Super Bowl Sunday, with Patrick Doyle, Domino's president/CEO.
I decided to seek out some excellent growth candidates by taking a look at small-cap stocks with market capitalization below $1 billion that were members of the Russell 3000 Index. I screened out stocks with price-earnings-to-growth, or PEG, ratios that were less than 1. In other words, these stocks are selling at a discount to their earnings growth and they carry zero debt.
The Patriots and Giants don't face off for another few days, but the Super Bowl already has some big winners — advertisers.
Insight on the value that will be created by a transaction with Illumina, with Severin Schwan, Roche CEO, who discusses Roche's offer for Illumina.
A look at the market rally after a strong jobs report, with Arthur Cashin, UBS Financial Services director of floor operations.