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TheStreet's Jim Cramer is very happy with his charitable trust's position in Dow Chemical DOW, which received approval from the European Commission to merge with DuPont DD.
The Dow Chemical /DuPont combination gets tentative antitrust approval from the European Union. DuPont was placed on my Best Ideas List as a long in late January 2016 at $53 a share. The shares closed slightly below $80 on Friday. I have reduc...
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Jim Cramer said he's hanging on to his charitable trust's stake in Dow Chemical even though it's rallied significantly since he bought shares.
If you think the chemicals sector is primed for further highs, this is a good way to play.
Here are some examples of why you should stay on board.
This pro-business president loves the market rally, but key parts of his plan are still a ways off.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ends at a record for its ninth session in a row. That's its longest record-breaking streak in three decades.
These may be uncharted waters, but they're not necessarily expensive.
DuPont is up around $2.70 this morning to $79.80 and a new 52-week high on business media reports that European Union regulators are close to approving its merger deal with Dow Chemical . DuPont was placed on my Best Ideas List in January 2016 at $5...
Chemical companies, lumber producers and other sectors that should benefit from capital spending look to do well going forward.
I prefer the one-way biased, at-the-money long call shooter trade expiring in March.
Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris is in a tough spot due to his company's merger with DuPont and Trump's push to grow jobs, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Half the Dow components have reported and it's their impressive results that are driving indices up.
On Thursday, investors await quarterly earnings from Alphabet and Starbucks.
Jim Cramer reacts to DuPont's latest earnings report.
President Donald Trump will have breakfast today with auto executives as he continues to push for more U.S. manufacturing jobs.
I think then market's falling simply because the president's tone is purely protectionist.
Here's how to use charts to trade five stocks, including Dow Chemical and Honeywell.
This number is arbitrary, but for those who have latched onto it, here is a possible scenario that could get us there.
A WWF report shows how fragile our hold on the world's ecology is. Does Asia represent the future of food production?
Are you sitting down? Here is a really bullish chart.
Several companies, like Dow Chemical and GM, are reporting increases in their China business, which Jim Cramer says is a trend to watch.
Defense is fantastic, housing is so-so, timber's weaker. Who can understand this stuff?