Month: August 2017

Finally, Cramer turned to FMC Corporation, a diversified chemical company with a stock that has climbed almost 50 percent since the “Mad Money” host recommended it in January. “From the beginning, ever since I started recommending FMC, I’ve argued that this is an overlooked company with a stock that simply doesn’t get the respect it
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Lululemon Athletica shares rose 4.7 percent during extended trading. The athletic clothing company’s second quarter earnings and revenue came in above Wall Street estimates. Same-store sales also exceeded estimates. Palo Alto‘s stock rose 5.6 percent after hours following the company’s fourth quarter earnings report. The company’s
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Japan, the United Kingdom, and several other countries have adopted a system known as “precision withholding” that lets taxpayers avoid filing any kind of tax return at all. The tax return, at the end of the day, is an anachronistic legacy of the old days of paper record-keeping when it wouldn’t have been feasible to
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At times, she said, she languished in virtual detention after Guo’s staff confiscated her smartphone, computer, passport and keys and forbade her from leaving her room in his luxury apartment in the high-end London neighborhood of Belgravia. To prove her case, the woman surreptitiously met a lawyer friend in London earlier this year to give
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Finally, Cramer spoke with Aneel Bhusri, the co-founder and CEO of human capital management software system Workday. With new clients including Citigroup, Siemens and Shell under its belt, Workday is entering a higher level of involvement with massive international companies, Bhusri said on Wednesday. “Our math is that 30 percent of the Fortune 500 has
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Shares of Semtech dove 11.5 percent after hours following a mixed earnings announcement. The company beat earnings estimates but fell short of revenue estimates. The chip maker expects third quarter revenue between $145 million and $153 million and earnings per share between 48 cents and 52
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The amount of interest shelled out on the longer loan, however, also is higher. On the five-year loan, total interest would be $2,965. Over seven years, interest would total $4,190. Higher interest rates, of course, incur even higher amounts paid over the life of the loan. Technology has also fueled millennials’ car-purchasing habits. Online shopping
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Finally, Cramer erred his grievances about Monday’s after-hours trading, when panicked sellers made some trades that truly astonished the “Mad Money” host. First, traders fled the stock of Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant that many have compared with Amazon. “I can’t believe I even need to spell this one out, but Alibaba’s a Chinese company,
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Best Buy reported second-quarter earnings and sales on Tuesday that topped analysts’ expectations. Looking ahead, the company has also raised its revenue outlook for the full year, calling for continued consumer “momentum.” The Minnesota-based electronics retailer said stronger shopper demand for its technology products, such as smartphones and wearable devices, boosted its sales at established
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“(These plans are) just more crony capitalism from the Tories, who once again prop up the rigged system for the few at the expense of the many,” Long-Bailey said, according to Reuters. May’s government has had to work closely with business leaders over recent months as it seeks to secure their loyalty to the U.K.
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There is an endless list of tax-advantaged accounts and plans on the market for consumers to choose from, so determining which plan or vehicle provides you with the most freedom and best features can seem, at first, like a daunting task. A good jumping-off point is to start asking yourself basic questions like: “Where will
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The report, which surveyed about 4,000 people across China, India, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines and Indonesia, also found that despite the preference for cash, awareness of newer methods of payments was high. Nearly half said they were familiar with digital wallets and 23 percent said they knew what contactless payments using credit or debit
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Then, Cramer spoke with Veeva Systems founder and CEO Peter Gassner, who spoke to the cloud company’s new QualityOne product. The cloud-based quality management program applies to new fields for Veeva that include cosmetics, chemicals, food and industrial manufacturing, Gassner said. “We have an offering for them now, and we’re just starting to get traction
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