Cramer urges investors to take some crypto profits, citing Evergrande-related tether risks

CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday investors should take profits in their crypto holdings. The "Mad Money" host said the struggles of Chinese developer Evergrande are likely to keep weighing on crypto markets. CNBC's Jim Cramer urged investors who have gains in their cryptocurrency portfolios to take some profits, saying Monday he believes digital currencies are… Continue reading Cramer urges investors to take some crypto profits, citing Evergrande-related tether risks

'Frustrated' Boris Johnson skewers fellow world leaders for ducking climate change challenges

BORIS Johnson has let rip at fellow world leaders and accused them of shirking their green duty. In a meeting at the United Nations, the PM said he was "increasingly frustrated" that their commitments to tackle the climate crisis are "nowhere near enough". And he said there was a "vast" gap between what the richest… Continue reading 'Frustrated' Boris Johnson skewers fellow world leaders for ducking climate change challenges

Cramer believes in both gold and crypto — but says they play different roles in portfolio

CNBC's Jim Cramer said Tuesday he believes cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and ether serve different functions than gold in a portfolio. "At the end of the day, I'm a believer in both gold and crypto," the "Mad Money" host said. " You want insurance? Buy gold. You want to speculate, buy bitcoin or Ethereum," he… Continue reading Cramer believes in both gold and crypto — but says they play different roles in portfolio

Cramer's lightning round: Service Corporation International is not a buy here

It's that time again! "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed. Inseego Corp.: "I've had them on. I'm not happy with the way the stock acts. I am beginning to believe this stock, down 45%, deserves to be down… Continue reading Cramer's lightning round: Service Corporation International is not a buy here

Lyft president 'extremely confident' company will win legal battle to classify gig workers as contractors

Lyft President John Zimmer told CNBC he's "extremely confident" Proposition 22 will be upheld on appeals. A California judge on Friday ruled that ballot measure, which allows Lyft and Uber to classify its drivers as contractors, is unconstitutional. Lyft President John Zimmer told CNBC's Jim Cramer on Monday he is confident the ride-hailing company will… Continue reading Lyft president 'extremely confident' company will win legal battle to classify gig workers as contractors

Jim Cramer sees promise in the stocks of grill makers Traeger and Weber

CNBC's Jim Cramer said both of the newly public grill makers, Traeger and Weber, offer promise for potential investors. "If you want a fast-growing grill play, Traeger's the way to go," the "Mad Money" host said. "If you want a more mature, steady-eddie grill stock that I think is going to deal well over time,… Continue reading Jim Cramer sees promise in the stocks of grill makers Traeger and Weber

Jim Cramer says investors need to stay nimble as Wall Street reevaluates Covid impact

CNBC's Jim Cramer said Tuesday investors need to be on their toes as Wall Street trudges through a period of frequently reevaluating the Covid recovery. "Don't get too complacent in your negativity," the "Mad Money" host said. The market's reaction to Home Depot's earnings Tuesday morning shows the importance of staying nimble, he added. CNBC's… Continue reading Jim Cramer says investors need to stay nimble as Wall Street reevaluates Covid impact

Tributes to Plymouth shooter Jake Davison's five victims including dad and girl, 3, and dog walker gunned down at random

THESE are the faces of the five innocent people murdered by Plymouth gunman Jake Davison on his shotgun rampage yesterday.  Davison, 22, shot his own mum before randomly killing four other people and then turned the gun on himself in a grim gun rampage in Plymouth. Lee Martyn, 43, and daughter Sophie were among five… Continue reading Tributes to Plymouth shooter Jake Davison's five victims including dad and girl, 3, and dog walker gunned down at random

SAG-AFTRA Election Heats Up: Matthew Modine & Joely Fisher Say Opponents’ Lack Of Union Experience Is “Unacceptable” As Sides Battle Over Health Care

SAG-AFTRA presidential candidate Matthew Modine and his running mate, Joely Fisher, have emailed the union’s entire membership, accusing their opponents – Fran Drescher and Anthony Rapp – of not being ready to lead because they have no record of service in union office or on its boards or committees. They also accused the union’s current… Continue reading SAG-AFTRA Election Heats Up: Matthew Modine & Joely Fisher Say Opponents’ Lack Of Union Experience Is “Unacceptable” As Sides Battle Over Health Care

WarnerMedia Sets Covid Vaccine Requirement For U.S. Employees; Offices To Reopen Sept. 6 But “No Expectation” For In-Office Work, Per CEO Jason Kilar

WarnerMedia will require its U.S. employees or anyone entering one of its offices to be vaccinated against Covid-19, the company has announced. Along with the vaccine policy, which matches that of several large U.S. companies, the AT&T division will also reopen its offices on September 6. In a memo to employees, CEO Jason Kilar emphasized… Continue reading WarnerMedia Sets Covid Vaccine Requirement For U.S. Employees; Offices To Reopen Sept. 6 But “No Expectation” For In-Office Work, Per CEO Jason Kilar

Jim Cramer urges investors to fight 'lazy thinking' when deciding to sell a stock

"Deciding when to sell is just as important as deciding when to buy," CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday. That's why investors need to avoid emotional responses when approaching those decisions, the "Mad Money" host said. "We can't ban lazy thinking, but we can identify it and stamp it out one stupid idea at a time,"… Continue reading Jim Cramer urges investors to fight 'lazy thinking' when deciding to sell a stock

Treasury yields rise to start the week ahead of PMI data

Markit is set to release its final manufacturing PMI for July at 9:45 a.m. ET, followed by ISM's PMI for last month at 10 a.m. ET. Auctions are due to held on Monday for $54 billion of 13-week bills and $51 billion of 26-week bills. U.S. Treasury yields started the week higher, ahead of the… Continue reading Treasury yields rise to start the week ahead of PMI data

Cramer's lightning round: 'Brooks Automation is a good company'

It's that time again! "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed. Sunrun: "No. We're using Generac … because the grid is awful." AT&T: "My late nana, Mary, always said, 'if you don't have anything good to say about it,… Continue reading Cramer's lightning round: 'Brooks Automation is a good company'

Corporate earnings will dictate the market's next move, Jim Cramer says

CNBC's Jim Cramer said corporate earnings, not the bond market, will dictate if stocks rebound from Monday's major sell-off. "It's the actual sales and earnings numbers from the companies reporting right now that will determine if this move's got staying power, even if the bond market throws us a curveball," the "Mad Money" host said.… Continue reading Corporate earnings will dictate the market's next move, Jim Cramer says

Jim Cramer says the stock market will bottom after speculators find the exit

CNBC's Jim Cramer said the speculative euphoria on Wall Street is nearing an end and investors will be able to find a bottom begin new positions. "I think you watch as the speculators get blown to kingdom come, while the pandemic stocks come roaring back and the big industrials try to bottom," the "Mad Money"… Continue reading Jim Cramer says the stock market will bottom after speculators find the exit

Jim Cramer says flood of IPOs is weighing on stock prices

CNBC's Jim Cramer said that the red-hot IPO market created a challenging trading environment. "Many stocks are getting hit here because there's not enough cash to buy all the junk that's been created of late," the "Mad Money" host said. "If we get a respite from new underwritings and the earnings continue to be good,… Continue reading Jim Cramer says flood of IPOs is weighing on stock prices

Three More Chinese Provinces Join National Clampdown on Crypto Mining Activities

The current crackdown on mining activities in China appears to be gaining steam.  Three provinces Henan, Gansu, and Anhui, have joined the nationwide crackdown on crypto farms.  Henan, Gansu, and Anhui to Crack Down on Mining Activities Local news outlets have reported different reports on the crackdown on crypto mining activities within the country. Heifi… Continue reading Three More Chinese Provinces Join National Clampdown on Crypto Mining Activities

Cramer's week ahead: Next week sets the tone for all of earnings season

CNBC's Jim Cramer gave a preview of what's circled on his calendar in the week ahead as Wall Street prepares for earnings season. "What happens next week will color the entirety of earnings season," the "Mad Money" host said. "If we get some good ones, we'll be in party mode, but a negative series of… Continue reading Cramer's week ahead: Next week sets the tone for all of earnings season

Kamala Harris' chief of staff, criticized for tough tactics, built reputation while working for Bill Clinton

Tina Flournoy, the chief of staff for Vice President Kamala Harris, has established a reputation as a tough gatekeeper, using similar tactics to those she used while overseeing former President Bill Clinton's post-White House office. Flournoy's tight approach, which includes blocking longtime allies from contacting Harris, has led to both praise and criticism. Clinton himself… Continue reading Kamala Harris' chief of staff, criticized for tough tactics, built reputation while working for Bill Clinton

John McAfee Found Dead In Spanish Prison

John David McAfee, who founded the antivirus software company McAfee Associates, has been found dead in a prison cell in Spain shortly after a Spanish court agreed to extradite him to the US to face tax evasion charges, multiple reports said. He was arrested in Spain in October 2020 after being accused of failing to… Continue reading John McAfee Found Dead In Spanish Prison

Starbucks CEO denies reports of shortages in cups and coffee

Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson said the coffee company is not facing a shortage of supplies in cups and coffee, though there are operational challenges elsewhere. "We've had some shortages in the bakery case, that certainly is true," he said in a "Mad Money" interview. In this article SBUX Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson on Thursday denied… Continue reading Starbucks CEO denies reports of shortages in cups and coffee

David Nevins In Talks To Oversee Paramount+ Drama Content; Will Shed CBS Chief Content Officer Role

David Nevins’ footprint at ViacomCBS is about to get a whole lot more digital, again. The man of many titles over at Shari Redstone’s shop is about to lose one and get a one, if you get what I mean?  Deadline has confirmed that Showtime boss and CBS Chief Content Officer Nevins is in talks… Continue reading David Nevins In Talks To Oversee Paramount+ Drama Content; Will Shed CBS Chief Content Officer Role

American Express CEO says U.S. travel, dining spending is nearing full recovery

American Express CEO told CNBC that travel bookings have nearly reached their 2019 levels. "When we look at our travel numbers, our travel bookings in May were 95% of what they were in May of 2019," he said in a "Mad Money" interview. The credit company is seeing a rebound in restaurant spending, too. In… Continue reading American Express CEO says U.S. travel, dining spending is nearing full recovery

Cramer's lightning round: Buy Spotify at these levels

It's that time again! "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed. RH: "I think that they are just getting started. I am not kidding. I think RH goes higher." Moody's: "Moody's is a buy, but I've got to tell… Continue reading Cramer's lightning round: Buy Spotify at these levels