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On Thursday, September 15, investors await quarterly results from Oracle and a policy statement from the Bank of England.
Oracle is a cheap stock and investors should pay attention to the NetSuite deal discussion when it reports earnings tomorrow, says Jim Cramer.
For the week of September 12, investors await quarterly results from Oracle and a slew of economic data points.
And they can't help getting a fix from their immediate impact on equities.
The shares should start recovering going into the big October Dreamforce event.
Earnings per share should top estimates by a penny or two.
Cisco is cutting jobs as it transitions from hardware to software.
Oracle's $9.3 billion acquisition of NetSuite is the latest example of Oracle's commitment to growing its cloud-based services, according to Steve Daheb, Senior Vice President of Oracle Cloud.
Traditional retailers like Macy's and Kohl's Corporation face challenges in competing with Amazon during this summer's back-to-school shopping rush.
Facebook continued to reap the rewards of its strong quarterly results today.
Oracle is making a clever move by going deeper into the cloud through its purchase of NetSuite, says Jim Cramer
Another heavy day on the earnings front kept investors busy.
The 'machine learning' involved in General Electric's Predix platform is a game-changer and Microsoft is coming along for the ride, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Deadly Telsa crash is under investigation; Oracle loses $3 billion verdict.
Wall Street extended its comeback rally into day two on Wednesday, led by the energy and materials sectors.
Global stocks are rallying this morning and oil is rebounding. 'Brexit' fears are easing as recent polls give a slight edge to supporters of staying in the European Union.
On Thursday, June 16, investors await earnings from Oracle along with some key inflation data.
Shares of Salesforce.com were down slightly in Tuesday's trading session.
Stocks fluctuated as fears over a British exit from the European Union and a looming Fed meeting made for nervous trading.
There might be renewed takeover interest in company's like Yelp, TripAdvisor, and Expedia following Microsoft's $26.2 billion purchase of LinkedIn, according to Jim Cramer.