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Donald Trump wasn't the only big winner in November, the U.S. Dollar also emerged victorious.
After several years of heavy investment spending, Credit Suisse calls for a 'looming earnings recovery in 2018.'
For Lockheed and other companies, government revenue stream is in jeopardy.
Investors need to come to grips with the fact that Donald Trump is the "Negotiator-in-Chief" based on his Boeing and Carrier maneuvers, says Jim Cramer
This stock is still rising, despite market chatter on moving jobs overseas.
Buy volatility -- it is now priced far too low. VIX closed at 11.50 on Tuesday (down 0.64). Here is the one-year chart. Over the next few days I plan to go long volatility: For some time relatively outlandish outbursts and vitriol from President-el...
Tweet on Air Force One cost overruns is ominous for companies dependent on government.
The CEO of United Technologies recognized President-elect Donald Trump's leverage when it came to the Carrier deal, says Jim Cramer.
A president getting involved in this way is no different than a president anointing solar energy as the industry of the future.
The election of Trump plus strong non-farm payroll numbers have made a world of difference.
Hillary isn't the only one who seems to favor workers over capital. Trump does, too.
I am looking for gains towards $120 in the next few months.
They're part of the president-elect's pro-business agenda.
Oil flies around like a small-cap stock, two Wall Street-ers get key positions…
Jim Cramer wants Donald Trump to tell him about saving factory jobs in Indiana.
We have a host of positives that can and do seem to be playing out.
After the election passes we are going to talk about companies again -- and these have done well.
Jim Cramer looks at General Electric. Its stock is down 6.6% since the start of the year.
Which stocks have shown these patterns in the past week.
Prices popped Tuesday but a lack of follow-through has us questioning the move up.
Being pulled this way and that among airlines, restaurants, autos and other sectors.
Thus far I am seeing a mixed picture of earnings reports this morning and last night. Visa guided a bit lower on a more costly Visa Europe integration, Whirlpool misses and cuts guidance, and Lilly results were well below on both earnings per share ...
The company's price stability and earnings predictability make it a good choice in volatile times.
This is what's behind the fall of such magnitude that we are seeing.