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Home Depot's CEO says the retailer cut its outlook partly due to "the potential impacts to the U.S. consumer arising from recently announced tariffs."Retailread more
U.S. interest rates will keep falling and follow global interest rates all the way down to zero, hedge fund manager Kyle Bass said.Marketsread more
It's that time again! The Lightning Round bell has rung, and Jim Cramer gives his take on a few favorite audience stocks:
Global Payments: "It's one of the few upside surprises we have seen so far in 2015. When they're up $6 like that, guess what? They go higher. This is one of those $90s that might go to $120."
Vipshop Holdings: "Vipshops is one of the few Chinese stock that I'm really thinking has actually done great. We recommended Vipshops a long time ago then we kind of took it off. But China is hot, and I'm not going to tell you to sell this one. It's going to keep hitting 52-week highs. The Chinese market is very hot, by the way. "
3D Systems: "I'm going to say no. Talk about glut! It's like oil, 3D Systems. There's too many guys going into that, and don't forget HP is going into that next year. So we're going to say don't buy. "
Freeport-McMoran Inc: "No. Too much debt and I don't like the fact that they had to cut the dividend. There is better fish to fry."
Canadian Solar: "I'm liking this First Solar, because of Yieldco. That's the better one, and the solar stocks have acted quite well despite the fact that oil has gone down today so we are going to have to take a look at that. "
Mobile Tesystems OAO: "That's a Russian company. No, no no. The last thing we liked about Russia was that they helped win World War II. Otherwise we are totally away from them. We are not going to bother to buy that. "
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Google: "Google is Googlicious. My charitable trust owns it, and it acts really horrible. I still think it's going to be able to monetize YouTube, and when it does everyone is going to want to own Google."
Pioneer Natural Resources: "PXD is a good company, and it got killed by the fact that oil got crushed. But I think that PXD is a growth oil company, and with oil we have seen the bottom at $43. When oil breaks down to $46 or $47, you can pull the trigger on some Pioneer Natural."
Receptos Inc: "You want to own Receptos. I know there is a lot of people criticizing me because Receptos actually went down. You know what's so amazing about stocks sometimes? They go down. But I like Receptos even though it has gone down."