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Andrew Yang turns question on Trump impeachment into a slam against Amazon for hurting retailers

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“How many of you notice stores closing where you work and live here in Ohio? Raise your hands,” Yang asked. A number of retailers across the country have been downsizing their footprint as shoppers abandon the mall and head online. Source link: Click here for more
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Everything Jim Cramer said on ‘Mad Money,’ including volatile market, Hormel, buy Bed Bath & Beyond

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Jim Cramer gives investors a cheat sheet for finding safe stocks in a volatile market, sits down with Hormel CEO Jim Snee for an interview, makes a case for buying Bed Bath & Beyond and urges that the market needs an interest rate cut. Source link: Click here for more
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Tesla, Bed Bath & Beyond, GoPro and more

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Tesla cars are seen at a shopping mall showroom in Los Angeles. Mark Ralston | AFP | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Tesla shares dipped as much as 5% during extended trade after the electric-car maker reported lower-than-expected vehicle deliveries for its third quarter....
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Bed Bath & Beyond boosts store closure estimates to 60 by the end of 2019

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Signage is displayed outside of a Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. store in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Monday, Sept. 19, 2016. Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty Images Bed Bath & Beyond will close 60 stores by the end of fiscal 2019, the company announced in an earnings...
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Apple, Bed Bath & Beyond

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Check out the companies making headlines before the bell Monday: Apple — An analyst at J.P. Morgan raised his price target on Apple to $265 per share from $243, implying a 21% gain from Friday’s close of $218.82. The analyst anticipates stronger iPhone sales and expects “investor sentiment on AAPL...
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‘We need some more downside’ on the market

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The stock market got hit with a double whammy on Friday coming from a glut of new public offerings and a threat from the White House to limit U.S. investments in China, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said. The “Mad Money” host said “busted deals” such as Peloton, SmileDirectClub, Lyft and Uber...

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