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Political pressure is weighing on drug and medical device stocks including Abbott Labs and St. Jude, says Jim Cramer.
Investors will get a slew of earnings reports from major companies and a host of Federal Reserve speakers during the week of Oct. 17.
U.S. stocks bottom out during Tuesday afternoon's session as a disappointing quarterly performance from Alcoa heralds a poor start to the third-quarter earnings season.
On days like this, the money just keeps sloshing around.
Many investors were exiting their investments in the medical-device giant on news of the warning.
St. Jude's warning about battery risks in its implanted heart devices are big but will likely not disrupt its deal with Abbott Labs.
Shares of Illumina were tanking before the opening bell after unveiling a disappointing sales forecast.
Despite markets at record highs, companies are satisfying their appetites to grow and find value by buying others.
Jim Cramer says whether or not Abbott completes its acquisition of St. Jude remains to be seen.
Shares of the medical device manufacturer fell on a dismal outlook from Muddy Waters.
U.S. stocks broke into the red by mid-afternoon after a choppy morning spent riding the flatline.
Data-storage companies got a boost on news a supply shortage could be looming.
The M&A activity is an incredible and a welcome sign.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Abbott Laboratories' acquisition of St. Jude Medical.
U.S. stocks dropped on Thursday, as first quarter gross domestic product came in weaker than expected.
Look for 2015's record run of mergers and acquisitions to continue.
Jim Cramer answered viewers' Twitter from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, commenting on Qorvo (QRVO), Celgene (CELG), and Boston Scientific (BSX).
Stocks climbed early Thursday, but Jim Cramer, portfolio manager of Action Alerts PLUS, remains cautious still.
Microsoft (MSFT) shares fell after revenue projections came in weaker than expected.
IBM and UTX accounted for two-thirds of the Dow's 1% drop, and Apple and Microsoft fall after-hours..
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.