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Generational shift in consumers is a boon for these retailers

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Monday that the American consumer is thriving and that retailers can court their business if they have two things going for
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Expect more volatility until bond yields finds some stability

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The stock market will continue to be volatile until the bond market finds some stability, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Thursday. Investors, however, “took a step
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Cramer breaks down the biggest winning stocks from Trump’s tariff delay

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Apple is the biggest beneficiary of President Donald Trump’s tariff delay, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Tuesday. The tech giant’s iPhones and laptops are assembled in
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It’s ‘disrespectful’ to pin gun violence to video games

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Take-Two Interactive Software CEO Strauss Zelnick said Monday it’s wrong to blame gun violence in the United States on entertainment, pushing back against President Donald
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Time to slowly buy stocks — ‘Nobody ever made a dime panicking’

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer had a piece of advice for everyone that watched the stock market collapse and extend its multi-day losing streak on Monday as
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New tariffs, forecast cuts are coming — Here’s how to play it

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Investors can afford to sell a few stocks and protect some of the gains they made on the market here, but they shouldn’t quit just
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Cramer reviews the top July performers on the Dow Jones and S&P 500

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Wall Street finally got what it was ordering from the Federal Reserve, but somehow investors were still disappointed, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Wednesday. The central
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Get ready to buy these stocks as the market awaits a rate cut

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Investors should add Jim Cramer‘s so-called “Cloud King” stocks to their shopping list as the stock market awaits an interest rate cut by the Federal Reserve
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Weakness in US industrial economy could push Fed to cut rates

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The consumer and industrial economies are telling conflicting tales this earnings season, and it could be enough to trigger a change in Federal Reserve policy,

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