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The start of third quarter earnings season begins Tuesday, with aluminum maker Alcoa reporting financial results before the markets open.
Market rhetoric on OPEC caps is working to get the price to new four-month highs.
Bank earnings and the minutes of the Federal Reserve's latest meeting take center stage for the week of October 10.
With no central bank meetings in the coming weeks, investors now await third quarter earnings reports.
Alcoa's looks fine; Apple hasn't done anything wrong since mid-September.
Alcoa will officially split into two companies on November 1.
Price of gold should benefit more from 'crisis' at Deutsche Bank.
It is sitting at 2-year lows and a level that it has bounced off many a time.
Oil is the biggest beneficiary of Fed inaction and the subsequent dollar weakness.
Stocks rally and then get smacked down in this inconsistent atmosphere.
Some may think it’s demand, not supply, behind its cut in engine deliveries, but that's nonsense.
One company indicates that business is good in the all-important non-residential construction sector.
Remember our definition of a roller-coaster of market emotions.
Stocks that had fallen out of favor have come back in this portfolio.
Still, an anemic rally saved the market from what at one point looked like a pretty darned nasty day.
While the market is trying to auction higher, it isn't doing a particularly great job.
This is what I cut my teeth on, but it's fallen out of favor, undeservedly.
Jim Cramer believes shares of Boeing are set to move higher following the company's second quarter profit report.
There are plenty of doubters about the market and its record highs.
Stock valuations have hit levels that require a phenomenal amount of hopefulness.
At a certain point, anecdotal evidence piles up to the point that it becomes empirical.
I made my second generational low call in seven years today. Peak Bonds. And a generational low in yields has possibly been reached. Peak Greed! Buyers live higher and sellers live lower in a marketplace dominated by machines and algos. Price moment...
Autos here and abroad, airlines, oil … the list goes on.
But the fact that the ETFs are still attracting inflows should underpin this market.
Brighter days are ahead for Alcoa in Europe, according to Jim Cramer.