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The opening hour of CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” with Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber is broadcast from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, on site at the opening bell with the up-to-the-minute news investors need to know and interviews with the most influential Chief Executive Officers and greatest market minds.

Episode Date
Q4 Rally Day 2, Oil Surges Ahead of OPEC+, and Finding Value In This Market. 10/4/22
00:42:57
One day after stocks kicked off the fourth-quarter with a big rally, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets extending their surge while Treasury yields pull back -- and oil prices continue to spike on expectations OPEC and its allies will cut oil output at their meeting on Wednesday. What does it all mean for your money and buying opportunities? Also in focus: "Fedspeak" watch, Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas' note on auto sales, Ford's sales report card, Cathie Wood's ARK snaps up Tesla shares, playing the chips, Micron pledges a $100 billion chip factory investment in upstate New York, Credit Suisse shares extend rebound, and Cramer's case for buying P&G
Oct 04, 2022
It's October! Stocks and Oil Surge, Tesla Falls, Credit Suisse On Defense and Kim Kardashian Settles SEC Charges 10/3/22
00:43:17
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the market rally kicking off the first trading day of October. The anchors reacted to the latest calls by equity strategists at Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and Citi. Crude oil and energy stocks jumped on reports OPEC+ countries are mulling an oil output cut. Also in focus: Tesla shares fall despite record third-quarter deliveries, Credit Suisse's CEO tries to reassure investors amid a stock slide, The UK prime minister's tax cut U-turn, and Kim Kardashian agrees to pay the SEC more than $1 million to settle charges linked to a crypto promo on her Instagram.
Oct 03, 2022
End of September and Q3: Bulls Say "Good Riddance," Nike Slumps and An Exclusive With Micron's CEO. 9/30/22
00:45:57
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber keep an eye on "Fedspeak" on the final trading day of a rough September and third quarter for the broader market. The anchors reacted to Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman telling CNBC he's "not seeing panic." Earnings also in the spotlight: Nike shares tumble despite a quarterly beat, with margins being pressured amid excess inventory and a stronger dollar. Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra joined the program exclusively to discuss the chipmaker's quarterly results and why it sees tougher times ahead. Also in focus: Guidance and losses send Carnival shares toward 30-year lows, SPAC dreams die and Meta's hiring freeze -- what's next for the stock?
Sep 30, 2022
Manifest Space #19: SpaceX’s Astronaut Corps with Jared Isaacman
00:15:34
SpaceX and Shift4 CEO Jared Isaacman are heading back to space-- training for the first of three human space flights under the Polaris program. Polaris establishes a private astronaut corps for SpaceX and will culminate in the inaugural flight of mega Starship rocket with people onboard. Polaris Dawn is set to launch as early as December, with the first ever commercial spacewalk and test of Starlink communications. The tech billionaire joins Morgan in the midst of fighter jet training to talk SpaceX and the state of commercial space.
Sep 29, 2022
Sell-off Erases Wednesday's Rally, Apple Falls on Downgrade, and a "Sea of Red" for Tech 9/29/22
00:43:15
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets wiping out gains from Wednesday's rally as bond yields resume their increase amid worries about higher rates, inflation and slower growth. Early in Thursday's session, all Nasdaq 100 stocks were moving to the downside. Where are the buying opportunities? The anchors also reacted to dueling Apple calls: Bank of America downgrades the stock, while Rosenblatt upgrades it. Also in focus: Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester on inflation and rates, What Blackstone President & COO Jonathan Gray told at "Delivering Alpha" and CarMax tumbles on an earnings miss, citing "affordability challenges."
Sep 29, 2022
Markets on "Delivering Alpha" Day, Bank of England's Intervention, Apple Slumps and Biogen Soars 9/28/22
00:43:17
With CNBC's "Delivering Alpha" investor summit underway, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed volatility in stocks and bonds -- one day after the Dow and S&P 500 hit intraday lows not seen since November 2020. The Bank of England announced it would temporarily buy bonds to calm markets roiled by reaction to the UK government's tax-cutting plans. Apple shares fell on a published report stating the company is backing off plans to boost production of the iPhone 14. Hear what Cramer had to say about the market reaction. Also in focus: Biogen shares soar on trial results involving its Alzheimer's drug, Ford vs. GM, Musk-Twitter update, and what JPMorgan Chase's Asset and Wealth Management CEO told the "Delivering Alpha" conference about "finding alpha" in this market environment.
Sep 28, 2022
Markets Rebound, Fed Tug-of-War, Cathie Wood's Recession View and Bitcoin Back Above $20K 9/27/22
00:43:23
The morning after the Dow slumped into bear market territory, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets looking to snap a five-session losing streak -- this as some Fed policymakers don't see eye-to-eye on how aggressively to hike rates. Cramer outlined what it would take for the bulls to feel comfortable in this environment. The anchors reacted to Ark Invest CEO Cathie Wood telling CNBC "We believe we are in recession." Also in focus: Bitcoin rises back above $20,000, the tech IPO drought, lots of electric vehicle news, Biogen's $900 million settlement and Hurricane Ian's impact on "big oil" production.
Sep 27, 2022
Markets After a Rough Week, the Pound Gets Pounded, Apple's India Shift and Jerry Jones at the NYSE 9/26/22
00:43:38
Amid investor jitters surrounding the global economy, Carl Quintanilla, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli explored what to make of markets trying to bounce back from a week of selling -- including the Dow's lowest close since November 2020. The anchors reacted to developments in Europe including the British pound tumbling to a record low against the dollar on UK tax cut plans. Energy prices and NFL talk: Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and Comstock Resources CEO Jay Allison joined the program after ringing the NYSE opening bell. Jones is a majority stakeholder in Comstock. Also in focus: Apple has begun manufacturing the iPhone 14 in India, Macau casino stocks rally, and Rihanna to perform in the Apple Music-sponsored Super Bowl halftime show.
Sep 26, 2022
Markets In Turmoil: Dow Breaks Below 30K, Goldman Slashes S&P 500 Target, and An Exclusive With Robinhood's CEO 09/23/22
00:46:12
The post-Fed rate hike sell-off rolls on. Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Morgan Brennan discussed market jitters surrounding rising rates and fears about a potential recession. The Dow falls below 30,000 and breaks its June low, as bond yields continue to climb. The anchors reacted to Goldman Sachs cutting its year-end target on the S&P 500 to 3,600 from 4,300. Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev joined the show exclusively to discuss everything from reports that the SEC will not ban payment for order flow -- to the company's new 3% interest rate benefit for top tier members. Also in focus: FedEx plans to hike shipping rates and cut costs, market reaction to Costco earnings, tax cuts in the UK, Apple Music becomes the new sponsor of the Super Bowl halftime show, and sources tell David that Credit Suisse is not pursuing a capital raise.
Sep 23, 2022
Volatility After the Fed-Fueled Sell-off, the 2-Year Yield Beyond 4%, All Things Meta, and Robinhood Rallies 9/22/22
00:43:19
The morning after the Fed's latest 75 basis point rate hike, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed stocks struggling to rebound from Wednesday's sell-off -- especially with the 2-year yield surging above 4%. Cramer weighs in on what Fed Chair Jerome Powell's goal to "really crush inflation" could mean for your money. The anchors reacted to what "Bond King" Jeffrey Gundlach told CNBC about the odds of a recession in 2023. Also in focus: Mixed results for homebuilders, the future for Meta and the Metaverse, Robinhood shares jump on a report regarding the SEC, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon calls crypto a "decentralized Ponzi scheme", Salesforce Co-CEO Bret Taylor's comments on profitability, Elon Musk vs. Twitter and Taylor's role as company chairman, and food stocks as bright spots.
Sep 22, 2022
Bracing for the Fed, Defense Stocks and Crude Jump on Putin Comments, and Big Bank CEOs Head to the Hill 9/21/22
00:43:28
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what investors need to know ahead of Wednesday's Fed interest rate hike decision and statement. Ahead of President Biden's speech to the United Nations General Assembly, the anchors reacted to Russian President Vladimir Putin accusing the West of "nuclear blackmail" and announcing a military draft for the war in Ukraine. Defense stocks and crude oil prices jumped on his remarks. Also in focus: CEOs of the biggest U.S. banks head to Capitol Hill to testify before House lawmakers, Salesforce Chair & Co-CEO Marc Benioff and Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang talk to CNBC, and Charter's Tom Rutledge to step down as CEO.
Sep 21, 2022
The Fed Waiting Game, the 2-Year Yield vs. Stocks, Ford Warns and the "SPAC King" Shutting Two SPACs 9/20/22
00:42:56
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the market moves as the Fed begins its two-day policy meeting. Amid expectations of an aggressive rate hike, should you park your money in a 2-year note yielding close to 4% -- or stocks? Cramer weighs in. The anchors reacted to what the CEOs of Home Depot and Intuit told CNBC about inflation and the consumer. Also in focus: Ford's third-quarter warning due to supply costs and parts shortages, Microsoft's dividend hike, venture capitalist Chamath Palihapitiya closing two SPACs, a judge denies the Department of Justice's request to block the UnitedHealth-Change Healthcare merger deal and Amazon offers a bullish take on streaming Thursday Night Football.
Sep 20, 2022
Fed Rate Decision Week and the Markets, Bitcoin Falls Below $19K, and the “Grand Theft Auto VI” Hack 9/19/22
00:43:08
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets trying to shrug off fears of aggressive interest rate hikes at this week's Fed meeting, with the ten-year note yield hitting its highest level since April 2011. The anchors reacted to President Biden's comments to CBS' "60 Minutes" about inflation. Crypto also in the spotlight with bitcoin falling below $19,000 to a four-month low on rate jitters. Also in focus: Take-Two Interactive’s Rockstar Games unit confirms a hacker leaked in-development footage from its upcoming "Grand Theft Auto VI" videogame, Amazon as a post-pandemic play, Meta shares trying to rebound, homebuilder stocks get upgraded, and Britain says its final goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II.
Sep 19, 2022
FedEx’s Global Recession Warning, GE’s Supply Chain Woes, Paramount CEO Bob Bakish 9/16/22
00:43:11
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss the market selloff, picking up steam, after a stark warning from the CEO of FedEx. Raj Subramaniam joining Jim on “Mad Money” warning of a global recession, “I think so. But you know, these numbers, they don’t portend very well.” Shares of FedEx hammered after results missed on both the top and bottom lines. The company also withdrew its full-year guidance and announced significant cost-cutting measures including deferred hiring and shutting 90 offices and five corporate offices. Jim and David hone in on GE for the “Mad Dash” after the company said supply chain issues continued to weigh on the third quarter. Carl, Jim and David break out the other big movers of the morning including Uber, NCR, Apple, Huntsman and Tesla. David gives a sneak peak of his interview with Paramount CEO Bob Bakish, singing a more optimistic tune about the ad market.
Sep 16, 2022
CEO Tripleheader: Disney, Verizon and Adobe 9/15/22
00:46:20
As stocks try to rebound from Tuesday's big sell-off, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market reaction to an unexpected rise in August retail sales and the White House announcing a tentative labor agreement to avert a national railway strike. Adobe shares tumbled to become the morning's worst performer on the S&P 500. The company's CEO Shantanu Narayen joined the program after announcing quarterly results, guidance and a $20 billion cash-and stock deal to acquire online design startup Figma. David had a pair of exclusive interviews: Disney CEO Bob Chapek and Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg. Also in focus: Big gainers including Netflix on a Wall Street upgrade and Humana on raised guidance.
Sep 15, 2022
Morning After the 1,200-Point Sell-off, The Inflation Effect, and Mortgage Rates Top 6% 9/14/22
00:43:21
Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored the markets trying to rebound after Tuesday's consumer inflation report and interest rate hike fears resulted in the worst day for stocks since June 2020 -- including the Dow's more than 1,200-point drop. Fresh wholesale inflation data show the Producer Price Index fell 0.1% in August from the previous month. Cramer highlighted where to put your money in this environment. He also explained why he believes Costco's data is better than the government's when it comes to inflation. Also in focus: Mortgage rates surpass 6% for the first time since 2008, why Jim thinks the 2-year note is "the worst stock in the world," the buybacks bandwagon, Meta shares hit new lows for the year and what Starbucks founder Howard Schultz told CNBC about a "new era" for the company.
Sep 14, 2022
Inflation Report Sparks Market Sell-off: What Should Investors Do Now? 9/13/22
00:48:22
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off with the big story of the morning: Consumer inflation data erasing a pre-market rally and sparking a sell-off. The Consumer Price Index for August up 8.3% year-over-year, moderating for a second straight month but still hotter than what most economists had be expecting. The anchors discussed how investors should react to the market moves, rate hike fears and where to find buying opportunities. Also in focus: The Twitter whistleblower heads to Capitol Hill, Starbucks' "Investor Day," J.P. Morgan sees a "soft landing," Oracle's earnings, and the executive shakeup at Peloton.
Sep 13, 2022
Markets Extend Rally, U.S. vs. China on Chips, Loeb's ESPN Spin-off U-Turn, and Bitcoin 22K 9/12/22
00:43:19
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets aiming for a fourth straight day of gains ahead of key inflation data due out Tuesday. Cramer explained what he finds "most interesting" about this market moment. Jim is in Seattle and previewed Monday night's "Mad Money" interviews with the CEOs of Amazon Web Services and Expedia. Also in focus: President Biden reportedly ramping up curbs on U.S. chip exports to China, billionaire investor Dan Loeb signals that he is no longer calling on Disney to spin off ESPN, Twitter calls Elon Musk's latest push to terminate their $44 billion deal "invalid," the potential railroad workers' strike, and bitcoin jumps back above 22,000.
Sep 12, 2022
Bulls Poised for Positive Week, The Debate Over Powell, Kroger's Earnings Boost, and Remembering Queen Elizabeth II 9/9/22
00:42:21
Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Sara Eisen led off the show with a look at the broader markets on track to snap a three-week losing streak. Is now the time to buy? Two strategists join the discussion. The anchors also reacted to differing views about Fed Chair Jerome Powell from former Fed Vice Chair Richard Clarida and RH CEO Gary Friedman. Also, a report from on the ground in the UK one day after Queen Elizabeth's death: King Charles III and the Queen Consort visit Buckingham Palace and greet crowds as Britain begins ten days of mourning. Also in focus: Guggenheim's Scott Minerd told CNBC how low the S&P 500 has to go for him to become a buyer, T-Mobile's $14 billion share buyback program, and the morning’s earnings winners including Kroger and DocuSign.
Sep 09, 2022
Fed Chair Powell Speaks On Battling Inflation -- and the Markets React 9/8/22
00:57:13
Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli discussed the path ahead for interest rates, the markets and what investors should make of comments made by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell during the program. At a virtual conference hosted by the Cato Institute, Powell said the Fed needs to do what's necessary to battle inflation and "keep at it until the job is done." He also weighed in on crypto and the state of the labor markets. Also in focus: The economic message from tech CEOs at the Code Conference.
Sep 08, 2022
Talking "Code" From Google's CEO to Mark Cuban, Fed "75" Watch, and Judge to Musk: No Twitter Trial Delay 9/7/22
00:43:35
Carl Quintanilla led off the show from the Code Conference in Beverly Hills, California. Highlights included comments by Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai as well as Mark Cuban. The billionaire investor spoke about crypto and taxes -- and had some choice words for Senator Elizabeth Warren. David Faber, Sara Eisen and Carl discussed markets trying to shrug off a report which states the Fed appears on track for another 75 basis point rate hike. Former Goldman Sachs Asset Management Chairman Jim O'Neill joined the discussion. Also in focus: A Delaware judge allows Elon Musk to add whistleblower claims to his countersuit against Twitter, but rejects Musk's request to delay the trial.
Sep 07, 2022
Stocks Try To Rally, Europe’s Energy Crisis, Ukrainian President Zelenskyy Rings the Opening Bell, 9/6/22
00:43:10
Carl Quintanilla, Mike Santoli and David Faber began the hour by breaking down the markets coming off their third-straight week of losses, and the Nasdaq hoping to avoid its 7th negative session in a row. Goldman’s chief economist Jan Hatzius posted a note saying he believes the “U.S. economy can achieve a soft landing, even though the path is narrow.” The anchors then hit the European energy crisis as Russia confirmed it would suspend its Nord Stream gas pipeline to Europe indefinitely. Also under pressure are Chinese stocks, with the country locking down 65 million of its citizens under COVID restrictions. Also in focus: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy virtually rang the opening bell at the NYSE.
Sep 06, 2022
Jobs Report Reaction, Starbucks Picks a New CEO, Lulu's Big Lift and an Exclusive With QB Russell Wilson and Carrier's CEO 9/2/22
00:45:11
Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Leslie Picker discussed market reaction to the August jobs report which showed non-farm payrolls up 315,000 – a pullback from July -- and the unemployment rate ticking higher to 3.7-percent. National Economic Council Director Brian Deese appeared on the program with White House reaction to the report, plus his views on inflation and lower energy prices. In an exclusive, Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson and Carrier CEO Dave Gitlin spoke about their new clean air partnership. Wilson also offered his take on the NFL as well as investing after signing a five-year, $245 million contract extension. Also in focus: Starbucks names its next CEO, Lululemon surges on earnings and guidance, and Nvidia one day after the stock fell sharply to new 52-week lows.
Sep 02, 2022
U.S. to Nvidia and AMD: Halt Top AI Chip Sales to China, Tech Leads More Selling, and An Exclusive With Campbell Soup's CEO. 9/1/22
00:43:51
After a rough August for stocks, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored where investors should put their money in September, with the major indices in the midst of a four-session losing streak on interest rate fears. Chip stocks under pressure after Nvidia and AMD said the U.S. imposed new licensing rules -- and told them to stop exporting and selling their top artificial intelligence chips to China. Campbell Soup shares down sharply in reaction to the company's quarterly results and guidance. CEO Mark Clouse joined the show exclusively to discuss earnings, inflation, pricing power and the supply chain. Also in focus: What's pressuring the biggest losers in the tech sector, crude oil slides, and U.K regulators scrutinize the Microsoft-Activision deal.
Sep 01, 2022
Markets, the Consumer, the Fed Effect, Bed Bath Plunges and Snap Surges 8/31/22
00:45:54
On a busy final trading day of August, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets in the midst of a three-day losing streak -- as Fed officials double down on saying they'll do what it takes on the interest rate front to battle inflation. The anchors explored the impact of slowing consumer and corporate demand on the likes of HP Inc., Chewy, PVH and Seagate. Also in focus: Shares of Bed Bath & Beyond down double-digits after announcing a turnaround plan including new financing commitments, store closings and job cuts, Snap's restructuring announcement gives the stock a boost, Goldman Sachs lifting COVID-19 requirements in most of its offices, and the FDA authorizes Pfizer and Moderna's updated booster shots targeting the Omicron variant.
Aug 31, 2022
Musk's New Push to Exit Twitter Deal, Exxon-Russia Dispute, Best Buy's Boost and the "Powell Sell-off" 8/30/22
00:42:06
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show by discussing Elon Musk's newest filing aimed at terminating his agreement to buy Twitter -- he cites whistleblower allegations against the company. The anchors also explored the markets looking to rebound from two days of selling due to Fed Chair Jerome Powell's Jackson Hole comments. Also in focus: ExxonMobil's project dispute with Russia intensifies, Best Buy spikes on an earnings beat, energy stocks fall, meme stocks' volatility, plus shares of First Solar heat up -- how $1.2 billion fits into the picture.
Aug 30, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #18: Hypersonic Space with Ursa Major CEO Joe Laurienti 8/30/22
00:22:32
For spaceflight, propulsion engines are essential to launching a growing number of space launches and demand for hypersonic missiles. Morgan discusses rocket demand and manufacturing with Ursa Major Technologies CEO Joe Laurienti.
Aug 30, 2022
Extension of the "Powell Sell-off": How Should Investors Navigate the Markets? 8/29/22
00:26:14
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on the markets extending losses from Friday's big sell-off, which was sparked by Fed Chair Jerome Powell's hawkish comments at the Jackson Hole summit. Where can investors hide in this environment? Also in focus: Elon Musk in Norway with a message on oil, gas and Tesla, why Chinese stocks are rallying, Senator Elizabeth Warren "very worried" that the Fed could cause a recession, and what SEC Chair Gary Gensler told Jim and David about remote work versus returning to the office.
Aug 29, 2022
Powell Jackson Hole Speech Day, Amazon-EA Deal Speculation and SEC Chair Gensler on China and Crypto. 8/26/22
00:47:37
Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what's at stake for the markets heading into Fed Chair Jerome Powell's much-anticipated speech at the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium. Electronic Arts shares jumped on a report that Amazon would announce a deal to acquire the videogame publisher, but sources tell David that Amazon is not expected to make such a bid. SEC Chair Gary Gensler joined the program to discuss the commission's preliminary deal with Chinese regulators, plus his take on crypto regulation. Also in focus: Reaction to earnings reports from the likes of Gap and Dell, and a judge orders Twitter to give Elon Musk more spam account data.
Aug 26, 2022
Fed Summit Kicks Off, Guidance Hits Salesforce and Nvidia, Snowflake Heats Up and Peloton's $1.2B Loss. 8/25/22
00:43:07
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with reaction to big tech earnings: Shares of Salesforce and Nvidia each down sharply on guidance that overshadowed both companies' quarterly results. The Fed also in the spotlight as the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium gets underway ahead of Friday's much-anticipated speech by Fed Chair Jerome Powell. The anchors discussed what Kansas City Fed President Esther George told CNBC about the state of inflation. Also in focus: Peloton shares tumble after the company missed expectations with a $1.2 billion quarterly loss, Snowflake shares surge on the cloud data platform's revenue beat, Tesla's 3-for-1 stock split goes into effect, and Amazon shutting down its telehealth service.
Aug 25, 2022
Fed Ahead of the "Hole", Housing Cooldown Worries and Retail Detail: Bed Bath Surges and Nordstrom Tumbles. 8/24/22
00:42:22
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed markets, the Fed and potential rate hikes ahead of the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium set to begin on Thursday. The anchors reacted to Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari's biggest fear when it comes to battling inflation. Housing cooldown concerns also in the spotlight after luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers lowered full-year deliveries guidance. Carl, Jim and David covered the bases on retail, including shares of Bed Bath & Beyond surging on a report stating the company had reached a financing pact, while Nordstrom shares tumbled on the department store chain’s outlook. Also in focus: Peloton strikes a deal to sell products on Amazon, T-Mobile U.S. nearing Verizon's market cap, a preview of after-the-bell earnings from Salesforce, Nvidia and Snowflake, plus David on Elon Musk vs. Twitter and what to expect from their Wednesday afternoon hearing.
Aug 24, 2022
CNBC SPECIAL: ExxonMobil at the Crossroads Part 2
00:24:12
Responding to the Demand for Oil...and Chemicals: CNBC Correspondent David Faber continues his analysis of energy giant ExxonMobil by examining the company’s quest for new oil sources, specifically in Guyana, a pristine South American country whose waters ExxonMobil estimates hold more than 12 billion gallons of crude oil. The potential rewards for ExxonMobil and Guyana may be enormous, but the controversies and risks involved with drilling in one of the world’s most unspoiled areas are daunting. Faber also explores another area of massive growth for ExxonMobil, even as the world slowing inches away from fossil fuels: plastics. ExxonMobil CEO Darren Woods shows Faber a massive new production facility for plastics components in Corpus Christi, Texas. Like its hunger for cheap, reliable energy, the world’s demand for plastics seems insatiable, and Faber questions ExxonMobil about whether the company is responding to demand, or driving it. For more CNBC Documentaries: cnbc.com/documentaries
Aug 24, 2022
CNBC SPECIAL: ExxonMobil at the Crossroads Part 1
00:36:08
ExxonMobil and the Energy Transition: CNBC’s David Faber begins his comprehensive look at ExxonMobil with a journey to the company’s New Mexico operations in the Permian Basin, the world’s most productive petroleum region.  He also dives into the history of ExxonMobil, explores criticism that the company fostered public uncertainty about climate change and recounts the 2021 shareholder rebellion that led to three new directors being named to Exxon’s board.  Faber interviews CEO Darren Woods on the pressures he faces to increase production, decrease carbon emissions, and keep his shareholders happy.  With an examination of Exxon’s energy transition projects in Houston and New Jersey, Faber also finds out that some experts question whether the company’s goals are adequate or feasible.  He interviews activists who fear ExxonMobil is prolonging society’s dependence on fossil fuels and delaying progress of an essential shift towards sustainable, renewable energy. For more CNBC Documentaries: cnbc.com/documentaries
Aug 24, 2022
Morning After the Sell-off, Twitter Whistleblower Allegations, Palo Alto Surges, Zoom Tumbles and Macy's Beats. 8/23/22
00:42:53
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what's ahead for stocks after the worst one-day performance for the markets since mid-June. Cramer explained how investors should navigate a "bipolar market." The anchors also reacted to an explosive whistleblower complaint by a former cybersecurity chief at Twitter -- news first reported by the Washington Post and CNN. He accuses Twitter of various egregious security flaws and oversights. Also in focus: Elon Musk subpoenas former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Palo Alto and Macy's beat the street, "meme stock madness" one day after AMC's "APE" debut, Zoom tumbles on lowered guidance, and Intel teams up with Brookfield in a $30 billion chip factory investment deal.
Aug 23, 2022
Rate Fears Roil Markets, AMC Plunges While "APE" Swings, Bed Bath Sinks Again, and Is Amazon Signify-ing a Bid? 8/22/22
00:43:42
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored markets under pressure amid concerns about the potential for more aggressive rates hike by the Fed. Investors are bracing for Fed Chair Jerome Powell's speech at the Jackson Hole symposium later this week. The anchors also stayed on top of the "meme stock madness": AMC Entertainment shares plunge in reaction to rival Cineworld’s bankruptcy warning – amid a volatile trading debut for AMC’s Preferred Equity Units (ticker symbol "APE"), while Bed Bath & Beyond shares tumble again in wake of investor Ryan Cohen selling his entire stake in the struggling retailer. Also in focus: Amazon reportedly among the companies bidding for Signify Health, sending shares of the healthcare platform soaring.
Aug 22, 2022
Cohen Sells and Bed Bath Plunges, Fedspeak vs. Win Streaks, and the "Buybacks Bandwagon" 8/19/22
00:43:14
Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli led off with Bed Bath & Beyond: Shares plunging after investor Ryan Cohen confirmed he has sold his entire stake in the company. The anchors also explored market reaction to Fed officials' comments about inflation and interest rate hikes. With the S&P 500 and Nasdaq in the midst of four-week win streaks, are the markets overbought? Also in focus: New stock buyback moves by Home Depot and GM, crypto tumbles, Wayfair cuts jobs, and Foot Locker soars on its new CEO announcement.
Aug 19, 2022
Bed Bath & Beyond Tumbles after Cohen Files for Stake Sale, and Cisco Surges: An Exclusive With the CEO 8/18/22
00:45:19
Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the "meme stock madness" involving Bed Bath & Beyond: The stock tumbled in reaction to GameStop CEO Ryan Cohen filing to sell his entire stake in the company. BBBY had month-to-date gains of about 360% at Wednesday's close of trading. How should the SEC view it all? Cisco Chairman & CEO Chuck Robbins joined Jim and David on set for an exclusive interview. The company's quarterly results, outlook and supply chain comments sent the stock up sharply. Also in focus: Kohl's shares take a hit on another busy day of retail earnings, Verizon gets slapped with an "underperform" rating by MoffettNathanson, and fresh perspectives on Apple shares rebounding by more than 30% over the last two months.
Aug 18, 2022
Target Off The Mark, Bed Bath Soars Again and Musk's "Joke" Tweet: Man U Manipulation? 8/17/22
00:42:43
Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with another day of retail earnings, reacting to Target's profit miss, Lowe's mixed results and something about TJX that might surprise you. The anchors also discussed more "meme stock madness": Shares of Bed Bath & Beyond soaring again. Retail investors snapped up the stock in reaction to GameStop Chairman Ryan Cohen's latest bet on BBBY. Elon Musk tweeted that he was buying legendary soccer team Manchester United, sending the stock soaring -- but he later added it was just a "joke." Also in focus: Playing the energy sector, plus Apple shares continue to rebound, moving closer to recouping its losses for the year.
Aug 17, 2022
Walmart and Home Depot Earnings Reaction, Buffett and Tepper's Money Moves and "Rooting for the China Slowdown." 8/16/22
00:42:42
Jim Cramer and Sara Eisen delved into big retail earnings: Walmart shares jumped after quarterly results surpassed analyst expectations that were lowered due to a profit warning in July, while Home Depot posted record profits and revenue. Jim and Sara assessed the impact of changing consumer habits and which retail names can best navigate inflation. Cramer also explained why he's "rooting for the China slowdown." Also in focus: Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway and David Tepper's Appaloosa Management disclose what they're buying and selling in 13F regulatory filings, Apple reportedly ramping up its back to the office push, and the anchors assessed Bob Chapek's leadership as CEO of Disney after activist investor Dan Loeb disclosed a stake in the company.
Aug 16, 2022
Markets and the China Surprise, Unity Rejects AppLovin, and Job Cuts at Peloton and Best Buy 8/15/22
00:43:24
Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with market concerns surrounding slowing growth in China. The country's central bank unexpectedly cut two key interest rates in wake of weaker-than-expected economic data. Crude prices and energy stocks were hit hardest by the news. The anchors explored how investors should play the energy sector. Also in focus: Unity Software reaffirms its merger deal with ironSource and rejects AppLovin's unsolicited takeover bid, Peloton and Best Buy announce planned job cuts amid lower consumer demand, Tesla's stock rebound accelerates, and record profits for oil giant Saudi Aramco.
Aug 15, 2022
The August Rally, Rivian's Big Loss, Chinese Delistings at the NYSE and Can Apple Sustain iPhone Sales? 8/12/22
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David Faber, Leslie Picker and Mike Santoli discussed the stocks driving this month's market gains -- and weighed in on the skeptics who believe that the August rally doesn't have legs. The anchors also reacted to a report stating Apple expects to sustain iPhone sales this year despite the global electronic slowdown. Also in focus: Rivian's wider quarterly loss and what the Inflation Reduction Act means for the electric vehicle maker, activist investor ValueAct discloses a stake in the New York Times, five Chinese state-owned companies plan to delist from the NYSE, and Amazon shares up 30% in the last three months but still down for the year: Is now the time to buy?
Aug 12, 2022
The Inflation Rally Rolls On, Magic for Disney, the "Zantac Effect," and the CEO of Devon Energy -- a Red-Hot Stock. 8/11/22
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Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with another inflation report extending the market rally: The Producer Price Index for July fell unexpectedly month-on-month for the first time in more than two years, though still up 9.8% from a year ago. The anchors also reacted to Disney shares surging on quarterly results, driven by record theme park revenue, bigger-than-expected Disney+ subscriber growth and plans for a new pricing structure -- including a hike in streaming subscription fees. Devon Energy CEO Rick Muncrief joined the program. Heading into Thursday’s trading session, Devon shares were up more than 280% since the beginning of 2021. Also in focus: Drugmakers GSK and Sanofi take a hit on litigation concerns surrounding heartburn drug Zantac.
Aug 11, 2022
Inflation Data Fuels Big Rally for Stocks and Elon Musk Sells More Tesla Shares 8/10/22
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Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on the stocks leading Wednesday's big stock market rally, sparked by cooler-than-expected inflation data. The Consumer Price Index for July easing from a four-decade high, fueling investor hopes that the Fed might take a 75 basis point rate hike off the table in September. The anchors reacted to Elon Musk's decision to sell nearly $7 billion worth of Tesla shares amid his legal battle to exit his $44 billion deal to buy Twitter. Also in focus: What to make of this year's meltdown in media stocks ahead of Disney's after-the-bell earnings, Softbank reducing its stake in Alibaba, and Coinbase's billion-dollar loss.
Aug 10, 2022
Micron CEO on the CHIPS Act and the Company's Warning. Also: "Meme Stock Madness" Returns. 8/9/22
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Jim Cramer and David Faber took an in-depth look at weakness in the chip sector after a revenue warning from Micron due to slumping demand. Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra joined the program from the White House ahead of President Biden's signing of the CHIPS and Science Act into law. The anchors also explored the massive rebound in "meme stocks" such as AMC, GameStop and Bed Bath and Beyond -- with BBBY doubling month-to-date. Also in focus: AppLovin's unsolicited takeover bid for Unity Software, Novavax plunges after slashing its sales forecast, and more pain for gaming as Take-Two Interactive issues weaker-than-expected revenue guidance.
Aug 09, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #17: 3D Printing Rockets with Velo3D CEO Benny Buller 8/9/22
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3D printing technology is gaining traction as supply chain crunches adds pressure to industrial manufacturing. Morgan discusses the advantages of additive manufacturing for the aerospace sector with founder & CEO Benny Buller.
Aug 09, 2022
"Inflation Reduction Act" Effect on Stocks, Nvidia Warns and An Exclusive With the DoorDash CEO 8/8/22
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Jim Cramer and David Faber covered all of the bases surrounding Nvidia's revenue warning on gaming weakness. What's at stake for the semiconductor industry and videogame publishers? The anchors also explored market reaction to the "Inflation Reduction Act" passed by the U.S. Senate: Clean energy funding and incentives in the bill giving a boost to shares of electric vehicle makers and solar companies. DoorDash Co-Founder & CEO Tony Xu joined the program exclusively -- on the heels of the company's record food-delivery orders. Also in focus: The tech rout hits Softbank's quarterly results, Elon Musk tweets a debate challenge to Twitter's CEO, and Carlyle's CEO steps down.
Aug 08, 2022
July Jobs Surprise, Musk Takes the Stage, AMC CEO Adam Aron 8/5/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by breaking down the July jobs report with nonfarm payrolls rising 528,000 topping the 258,000 estimate. They then turned to another batch of earnings with names like Expedia, Warner Brothers Discovery and AMC Entertainment all reporting results. AMC CEO Adam Aron joined the show later that hour after the company announced it is planning to issue 517 million shares of preferred stock, under the ticker symbol ‘APE.’ Also in focus: Tesla held its annual shareholders meeting where Elon Musk took the stage. He predicted a mild 18-month recession and teased some possible share buybacks.
Aug 05, 2022
Walmart Cuts Jobs, Lucid Hits the Brakes, Baba Beats 8/4/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer started the show discussing the markets as Goldman Sachs published a new note warning investors of a potential move lower. They then shifted to the country’s largest employer, Walmart, announcing some job cuts after slashing its profit outlook just about a week ago. It was also another busy day for earnings, with names like Alibaba, Clorox and Paramount all on the move. The anchors also hit Coinbase, which announced a new partnership with Blackrock that will allow its institutional clients to buy bitcoin. Also in the mix: EV maker Lucid Motors dropped double digits at the open after cutting its production targets again amid logistic challenges.
Aug 04, 2022
AMD Chipped, Under the $HOOD, PayPal Jumps 8/3/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by breaking down a slew of corporate earnings, including AMD. The chip giant beat on earnings, but the stock was under pressure after it issued a weak Q3 revenue outlook. Another company they hit was Starbucks, which topped Wall Street estimates, fueled by U.S. demand for cold drinks. The anchors then shifted to PayPal for the Mad Dash segment, as Elliott Management confirmed it has a $2 billion holding in the financial services company. Also in the mix: Robinhood announced it is cutting about 23% of its workforce.
Aug 03, 2022
Caterpillar and Uber CEOs, the Pelosi-Taiwan Effect on Markets, and Pinterest Surges. 8/2/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed what investors should make of market jitters surrounding House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's planned visit to Taiwan and its potential impact on U.S.-China relations. The anchors spoke exclusively with Caterpillar CEO Jim Umpleby about quarterly results that weighed on the stock -- and how supply chain constraints fit into the picture. Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi also joined the program: The stock up double-digits as quarterly revenue doubled and cash flow turned positive for the first time. Also in focus: Pinterest shares surge on activist investor news and a beat on user numbers, and Twitter reportedly subpoenas Elon Musk's associates.
Aug 02, 2022
August Begins After a Bullish July, Boeing's "Dream" Come True, and Oil Prices Slump. 8/1/22
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On the first trading day of August, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed the next moves for investors after July marked the best month for stocks since 2020. Boeing topped the list of Dow and S&P 500 gainers after the Federal Aviation Administration cleared the way for resumption of 787 Dreamliner deliveries. Crude oil prices dropped further on worries about weaker global demand. Hear what Jim had to say about buying oil now. Also in focus: The U.S. reportedly mulling a crackdown on memory chip makers in China, former New York Fed President Bill Dudley's op-ed on the Fed's "wishful thinking" about inflation, Google CEO Sundar Pichai's message to employees about productivity, and why Mark Zuckerberg reportedly said Meta's growth forecasts had been too rosy.
Aug 01, 2022
Tech-Tonic Shifts, Oil Stocks Surge, Roku Rocked 7/29/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer started the show by breaking down quarterly results from big tech stocks Apple and Amazon. Apple reported a beat on revenue and profit, and said it’s expecting growth to accelerate despite “pockets of softness.” Amazon shares jumped on its revenue beat and rosy guidance for the third quarter. Separately, the anchors also broke down tough quarters from both Roku and Intel. The chip giant Intel reported its biggest revenue miss since 1999 and Roku shares plunged more than 20% on its results. Also in the mix: energy names Exxon and Chevron both posted record quarterly profits as commodity prices boom.
Jul 29, 2022
U.S. Economy Contracts, Meta’s Big Miss, ServiceNow CEO 7/28/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by breaking down today’s GDP data as the U.S. economy contracted for the second straight quarter, hitting a widely accepted rule of thumb for a recession. They spoke with National Economic Council Director, Brian Deese about the numbers. The anchors then shifted to Meta’s quarterly results, after the company missed on earnings. Meta also issued a surprisingly weak forecast, pointing to a second consecutive decline in year-over-year sales. Also in focus: ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott joined the hour to discuss his company’s quarter, after beating on both the top and bottom lines.
Jul 28, 2022
Big Tech’s Bar Lowered? Boeing & T-Mobile CEOs, Fed Decision Day 7/27/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by breaking down Alphabet’s and Microsoft’s latest quarterly results; both stocks rallied despite missing analyst estimates. The anchors then brought in Phil LeBeau alongside Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun on his company’s earnings report as well. Before the opening bell, they then shifted to the big Fed decision later today with many expecting the fourth rate increase in about five months. Also in focus: T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert joined the anchors at Post 9 of the NYSE on his company’s results; the stock rallied after boosting its subscriber forecast.
Jul 27, 2022
Walmart’s Big Warning, GM’s Earnings Miss, Shopify Layoffs 7/26/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer started the show with Walmart shares sinking after the company cut both its Q2 & full-year profit outlook. The big warning dragged other retailers like Home Depot, Amazon and Best Buy lower as well. The anchors then shifted to a slew of earnings, including General Motors, which reported numbers below expectations. Two big consumer names also posted results, as Coca-Cola and McDonald’s both beat estimates. Also in the mix: Shopify shares dropped double digits after the company announced it will lay off 10% of its global workforce.
Jul 26, 2022
White House Plays Down Recession Fears, NFL Launches Streaming Service, China Risks 07/25/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by hitting the market action with stocks still on pace for their best month of the year. They also mentioned Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen telling NBC’s Meet the Press over the weekend that “this is not an economy that’s in recession.” The anchors then shifted their focus to the NFL, launching its own streaming service NFL+, which starts a $4.99 per month. Staying with media, they also mentioned SNAP getting double downgraded at Morgan Stanley from “overweight” to “underweight” with an $8 price target following last week’s dismal earnings report. Also in focus: Goldman Sachs cut its earnings outlook for the MSCI China stock index to zero growth for the year.
Jul 25, 2022
Snap Plummets, Twitter Falls, Verizon Misses on Earnings and the Markets Look to Go "Fourth" 7/22/22
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David Faber and Leslie Picker led off with the woes hitting social media stocks: Shares of Snap tumbling more than 30% after the Snapchat parent posted its weakest quarterly revenue growth since going public in 2017. At least a dozen Wall Street firms downgraded the stock. Jefferies analyst Brent Thill joined the program and discussed why he's maintaining a "Buy" rating on Snap, as well as his take on Twitter falling after it posted an unexpected quarterly loss. Also in focus: Verizon shares under pressure following a profit miss and lowered guidance, American Express as an earnings bright spot, and the broader markets looking to extend their daily win streak to four.
Jul 22, 2022
Tesla Jumps, Airlines and AT&T Slump, Amazon's Healthcare Acquisition, and the ECB's First Rate Hike in 11 Years 7/21/22
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After a two-day rally for stocks, Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked off the show by discussing Tesla's better-than-expected quarterly earnings, which overshadowed a revenue miss and supply chain challenges. The anchors reacted to various comments Tesla CEO Elon Musk made on his company’s earnings call. From cars to planes: Airline stocks among the biggest losers in reaction to quarterly results from United and American. Also in focus: AT&T tumbles on its free-cash flow forecast, Amazon ramps up its healthcare push by agreeing to acquire One Medical for $18 per share in cash, the European Central Bank hikes interest rates for the first time since 2011, and Cramer discusses whether now's the time to get on big tech names such as Apple and Alphabet.
Jul 21, 2022
Netflix's "Less Bad Results," Markets After July's Biggest One-Day Rally and Twitter Wins Round One in Court Over Elon Musk. 7/20/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the program with an in-depth discussion about Netflix's second-quarter results, including nearly one million subscriber losses -- fewer than expected. The anchors weighed in on Co-CEO Reed Hastings' earnings call comments: He said his excitement about Netflix is "tempered by the less bad results." What does it all mean for the company and its streaming competition? Also in focus: The road ahead for markets after their biggest one-day rally in nearly a month, a Delaware judge agrees to Twitter's request for an expedited trial in its battle to enforce Elon Musk's $44 billion takeover agreement, and Cathie Wood's ARK to shut down one of its ETFs for the first time in her firm's history.
Jul 20, 2022
Markets Rebound and Gas Prices Fall, Apple and Tech Hiring Slowdowns, the Twitter-Musk Court Date and “Big Blues” for IBM shares 7/19/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the rebound in stocks following Monday's market decline. The impact of the stronger dollar also in the spotlight as IBM shares fall despite a quarterly beat. The anchors also reacted to a report stating Apple plans to slow hiring and spending growth next year. Cramer lists the various factors investors should focus on in this market. Also in the mix: Reaction to Johnson & Johnson earnings, gasoline prices fall to two-month lows, Twitter vs. Elon Musk and what to expect from their first court hearing, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway boosts its stake in Occidental Petroleum, a preview of Netflix's after-the-bell earnings, plus bitcoin on the rebound.
Jul 19, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #16: Space Infrastructure with Redwire CEO Peter Cannito 7/19/22
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Redwire is a combination of over a dozen companies merged together, developing technology across the space sector. Morgan discuss the growing opportunity in infrastructure with CEO Peter Cannito.
Jul 19, 2022
CNBC Rings the Opening Bell, Big Banks Report, Boeing’s Big Boost 7/18/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber celebrated a special morning at the New York Stock Exchange as Jim and the “Mad Money” team rang the opening bell to celebrate the show’s permanent move to the NYSE. The anchors then shifted their focus to the market rally, getting a boost from Goldman Sachs and Bank of America, which reported before the bell. Another big mover to watch today was Boeing, as Delta Air Lines bought 100 planes from the company, its first major order with Boeing in more than a decade. Also in the mix: GSK spun off its $36 billion consumer health business Haleon, the largest listing in Europe in more than 10 years.
Jul 18, 2022
Markets Rally, Retail Sales Jump in June and Citi and Wells Fargo Spike on Earnings 7/15/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Mike Santoli focused on what investors should make of Friday's market rally, sparked by data showing retail sales up a better-than-expected one percent for June -- and quarterly results from Citi and Wells Fargo, one day after JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley disappointed the street. Leslie Picker joined the discussion on the banks. Also in focus: China's economic growth slows to levels not seen since early 2020, Pinterest shares soar on a report stating Elliott Management has taken a big stake in the company, oil prices rebound as President Biden heads to Saudi Arabia, a hearing date is set for Twitter's lawsuit against Elon Musk, plus a "flashback" featuring Carl and Mike.
Jul 15, 2022
Market Sell-off: Earnings Misses for JPM and Morgan Stanley, Rate Hike Fears and Double-Digit Wholesale Inflation. 7/14/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber delved into the catalysts that sparked Thursday's sell-off: The Producer Price Index for June jumped 11.3% from year-ago levels, reigniting worries about a potential one percent Fed interest rate hike. The anchors also reacted to JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley each missing Wall Street expectations with their second-quarter results. Carl, Jim and David discussed what JPM CEO Jamie Dimon said on the company's earnings call about the health of the consumer. Also in focus: Taiwan Semiconductor's earnings beat, Intel reportedly set to hike prices, Warren Buffett buys more Occidental Petroleum, Twitter vs. Elon Musk and a preview of "Mad Money" moving Monday to the NYSE.
Jul 14, 2022
Inflation Hits Fresh Four-Decade High, White House's NEC Director Reacts to CPI, and Twitter Sues Elon Musk 7/13/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David engaged in a wide-ranging discussion about inflation news that sent stocks tumbling: The Consumer Price Index for June up 9.1% from a year ago -- a new four-decade high. National Economic Council Director Brian Deese joined the program with White House reaction to the numbers. The anchors also explored how big an impact inflation could have on earnings season, as big banks get ready to report. Also in focus: Twitter sues Elon Musk as it looks to enforce their $44 billion deal, Delta's earnings miss on higher costs, Google's hiring slowdown, plus M&A: Game development platform Unity Software agrees to buy ironSource in a $4.4 billion all-stock deal.
Jul 13, 2022
Recession Fears and the Markets, Cramer vs. the Downgrade Parade, Twitter's Letter Slams Musk, Gap CEO Steps Down and Bill Ackman's SPAC Setback. 7/12/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David discussed stock market moves and oil prices falling amid inflation and global growth worries, dollar-euro parity and investors looking ahead to this week's inflation data and bank earnings. Cramer speaks out about the "endless" downgrades on Wall Street and why the "sell everything" approach is the wrong instinct. The anchors also reacted to Twitter's letter to Elon Musk: The company slamming his attempt to abandon their $44 billion deal as "invalid and wrongful." Also in focus: Gap CEO Sonia Syngal steps down, PepsiCo's earnings beat, Billionaire investor Bill Ackman winds down his $4 billion SPAC, bitcoin back below $20,000, plus Cramer and Mark Zuckerberg in the metaverse.
Jul 12, 2022
Musk Terminates His Twitter Deal and the Company Fires Back. Plus: A Rare and Exclusive Interview With Costco's CEO. 7/11/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David led off the show Elon Musk's decision to terminate his $44 billion takeover deal with Twitter, which is threatening legal action to enforce the merger. The anchors explored what's at stake for Musk, Twitter and the company's shareholders. Costco CEO Craig Jelinek joined the program in a rare and exclusive interview, including his take on inflation, recession fears and the company's 20% sales jump in June. Also in focus: Market winners and losers, what to expect from big banks later this week as earnings season kicks off, and casino stocks tumble on Macau's COVID-related shutdown.
Jul 11, 2022
June Jobs Growth and "Fedspeak" on Rate Hikes, Fmr. Japanese PM Abe Assassinated, Musk-Twitter Drama and Apple's Summer Rebound 7/8/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Leslie Picker and Mike Santoli led off the show with market reaction to the June employment report: The economy added a better-than-expected 372,000 non-farm jobs last month, with the unemployment rate holding steady at 3.6%. The anchors weighed in on the push by some Fed policymakers for a 75-basis point interest rate hike this month, and reacted to what Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic told CNBC about the jobs report. Council of Economic Advisers Chair Cecilia Rouse joined the program with the White House's take on the jobs report. Also in focus: The assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, reports that Elon Musk's deal to buy Twitter is “in peril,” and Apple shares up 10% from mid-June lows: Should you get in on the stock now?
Jul 08, 2022
Markets Look to Go "Fourth," Chips Jump on "Samsung Effect," UK PM Johnson Resigns, M&A: Merck-Seagen and Antitrust, and GameStop's Split Decision 7/7/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the broader markets looking to extend their daily win streak to four, following Wednesday's release of the Fed minutes. The chip sector among the gainers after Samsung's preliminary results showed the company’s best second-quarter profit in four years. Jim explained why his enthusiasm extends beyond semiconductor stocks. Also in focus: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson resigns, M&A and antitrust with Merck reportedly near a $40-billion deal to buy Seagen, plus “meme stocks” rising -- GameStop declares a 4-for-1 stock split and Bed Bath & Beyond discloses insider purchases by its interim CEO and two board members.
Jul 07, 2022
Crude Oil Below $100, "The Great Unwind of Speculation," The Amazon-Grubhub Effect, and a Bankruptcy Filing in the World of Crypto. 7/6/22
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Carl Quintanilla Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on oil falling below $100 per barrel, the recent pullback in energy stocks and the Wall Street debate over a potential recession. Cramer explains why he is seeing "the great unwind of speculation" and what it could mean for investors. Shares of DoorDash and Uber take a hit on news of Amazon's partnership with Grubhub including free food delivery for Amazon Prime members. Also in focus: Crypto broker Voyager Digital files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and Barclays cuts its price target on Netflix.
Jul 06, 2022
Recession Fears Fuel Market Sell-off, Bezos vs. Biden, Tesla Deliveries Disappoint and an Exclusive With Micron's CEO 7/5/22
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Kicking off a holiday-shortened trading week, Carl Quintanilla Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what to make of the broad sell-off, as recession worries overshadow reports that the White House is mulling the removal of China tariffs to combat inflation. The anchors also reacted to Jeff Bezos slamming President Biden for demanding companies that run gasoline stations lower prices at the pump. Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra joined the program exclusively to discuss supply chain issues and the chipmaker's guidance that has weighed on the stock. Also in focus: Tesla's Q2 deliveries miss Wall Street forecasts, Ford auto sales jump in June, and rough times for crypto.
Jul 05, 2022
Second Half of Trading, Tech’s Belt Tightening, Kohl’s Crushed 7/01/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Leslie Picker and Mike Santoli began the hour by breaking down how investors can navigate the markets for the second half of the year, after the S&P suffered its worst first half in decades. “The Big Short” investor Michael Burry, known for calling the subprime mortgage crisis, warned investors that 2022′s market turmoil is only half finished. The economic uncertainty also led to Meta Platforms joining the growing list of tech companies scaling back their hiring plans. According to a report from Reuters, in an employee Q&A session, Mark Zuckerberg warned that it might be “one of the worst downturns we’ve seen in recent history.” Also in the mix: Kohl’s shares got crushed after ending talks to be bought by Vitamin Shoppe parent Franchise Group.
Jul 01, 2022
Worst First Half Since 1970, RH’s Profit Warning, Bitcoin Bedlam 6/30/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the show with a look at the market action, with the S&P on pace for its worst first half since 1970. The anchors also broke down a slew of economic data, as core personal consumption expenditures prices, excluding food and energy, rose 4.7% from a year ago, slightly less than expected. They also drilled down on RH, the latest company to issue a warning on the consumer. Shares of that stock slid after the company lowered its outlook for the year. Also in the mix: Bitcoin dipped below $19K and is headed towards its worst month on record.
Jun 30, 2022
C-Suite Shuffles, FedEx Investor Day, Sell on Sail?
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the show with a look at the market action, following another failed attempt at a bounce. Earlier today, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said she would back a 75 basis point hike in July if conditions remained the same. The anchors then shifted to the C-Suite shuffles for Pinterest and Bed Bath & Beyond; both companies announced that they would be replacing their CEOs. The biggest S&P laggard in early trading was Carnival Cruise Line, as Morgan Stanley cut its price target on that stock to $7 per share, while also laying out a “bear case” scenario of $0. Also in the mix: FedEx hosted its first investor day in roughly a decade and new CEO Raj Subramaniam spoke with CNBC exclusively.
Jun 29, 2022
Squawk on the Street 6/28/22
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The opening hour of CNBC’s "Squawk on the Street" with Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber is broadcast each weekday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, on site at the opening bell with the up-to-the-minute news investors need to know and interviews with the most influential CEOs and greatest market minds.
Jun 28, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #15: Space Junk with LeoLabs CEO Dan Ceperley 6/28/22
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As more objects make their way to orbit, thousands of pieces of debris are putting spacecraft and people at risk. Morgan speaks with Silicon Valley startup LeoLabs CEO Dan Ceperley to discuss the company’s efforts to track space junk as Earth’s orbit debris problem worsens.
Jun 28, 2022
Squawk on the Street 6/27/22
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The opening hour of CNBC’s "Squawk on the Street" with Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber is broadcast each weekday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, on site at the opening bell with the up-to-the-minute news investors need to know and interviews with the most influential CEOs and greatest market minds.
Jun 27, 2022
Squawk on the Street 6/24/22
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The opening hour of CNBC’s "Squawk on the Street" with Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber is broadcast each weekday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, on site at the opening bell with the up-to-the-minute news investors need to know and interviews with the most influential CEOs and greatest market minds.
Jun 24, 2022
Squawk on the Street 6/23/22
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The opening hour of CNBC’s "Squawk on the Street" with Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber is broadcast each weekday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, on site at the opening bell with the up-to-the-minute news investors need to know and interviews with the most influential CEOs and greatest market minds.
Jun 23, 2022
Fed Chair Powell on the Hill, Pres. Biden's Push for a Gas Tax Holiday and CNBC's Big Night: From ExxonMobil to Zuckerberg 6/22/22
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The morning after a big rally on Wall Street, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market reaction to Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's testimony on the economy before the Senate Banking Committee, with inflation and rate hikes in the spotlight. The anchors also reacted to President Biden urging Congress to suspend the federal gasoline tax. Also in focus, A big Wednesday night on CNBC: Highlights from both David's documentary "ExxonMobil at the Crossroads" – which premieres at 8pm ET -- and Jim's interview with Meta Platforms CEO Mark Zuckerberg on "Mad Money" at 6pm ET.
Jun 22, 2022
DocuSign CEO Stepping Down & A Possible Big Bear-Market Bounce 06/17/22
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The opening hour of CNBC’s "Squawk on the Street" with Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber is broadcast each weekday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, on site at the opening bell with the up-to-the-minute news investors need to know and interviews with the most influential CEOs and greatest market minds.
Jun 21, 2022
Bulls’ Market Week to Forget, Baron Sees Buys, Adobe's Beat Not Good Enough, Musk's Twitter Meeting, and Chinese Stocks Ant-e Up 06/17/22
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With the S&P 500 at an 18-month low following Thursday's big sell-off, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed stocks trying to shrug off recession fears with the broader markets on track for their worst week since 2020. The anchors reacted to billionaire investor Ron Baron telling CNBC the June slump represents a once-in a generation buying opportunity. They also drilled down on tech's rough week, including Adobe shares falling despite better-than-expected quarterly results. Also in focus: This week's profit-taking in the energy sector, the FDA approves COVID-19 vaccines for younger children, Elon Musk's meeting with Twitter employees, Chinese stocks such as Alibaba rally on a report involving Jack Ma's Ant Group.
Jun 17, 2022
From Post-Fed Rally to Rate Hike-Fueled Sell-off: Techs Tumble and the Dow Falls Below 30,000. 06/16/22
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One day after stocks rallied following the Fed's biggest interest rate increase since 1994, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the sell-off that erased Wednesday's gains and sent the Dow below 30,000. Rate hikes by central banks in England and Switzerland fueled inflation worries and recession fears. The anchors delved into why tech stocks including Apple and Microsoft have taken a hit, as well as how investors can find protection in this market. Also in focus: Comments by DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey Gundlach and MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor on the bitcoin slump, and Elon Musk prepares to meet with Twitter employees for the first time since offering to buy the company.
Jun 16, 2022
Fed Decision Day, Biden vs. Big Oil, Cramer's Growth Plays, Bitcoin Blues and Bill Gates on Crypto's "Greater Fool Theory" 06/15/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed markets rebounding ahead of the Fed's big interest rate decision -- and Wall Streeters debating whether the expected rate increase should be more than 50 basis points. Jim outlines his list of ten cheap, high growth stocks worth buying that have dividend protection. Bitcoin slumps to a fresh 18-month low and the anchors react to Bill Gates' comments on crypto being based on a "greater fool theory." Also in focus: President Biden's letter to oil companies urging a production boost and slamming industry profits amid higher gasoline prices, plus highlights from David's CNBC documentary "ExxonMobil At the Crossroads."
Jun 15, 2022
The Sell-off: Oracle and FedEx Aid Market Rebound, Bitcoin Extends Slump and Coinbase to Cut Jobs 06/14/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets looking to rebound after another day of massive selling: How investors should navigate the volatility amid inflation and recession fears, as Fed policymakers kick off their key two-day meeting. On the crypto front: Bitcoin slides to a fresh 18-month low and Coinbase announces plans to cut 18% of its workforce. The anchors also highlighted bright spots: Oracle shares surge after quarterly results beat the street -- and FedEx up sharply after hiking its quarterly dividend by 53% and adding new directors to its board. Also in focus: General Motors shares rebound back above their 2010 IPO price, Morgan Stanley's EV take on automakers and Continental Resources founder Harold Hamm offers to take the company private in a buyout.
Jun 14, 2022
Stocks Slide Into Bear Market Territory, Crypto Gets Crushed, and a CNBC Exclusive with Coca-Cola's CEO. 06/13/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber stayed on top of the extended market sell-off which sent the S&P 500 into bear market territory -- down more than 20% from its record close in January. What should investors do now? The anchors also discussed what's driving cryptocurrency to double-digit losses and Bitcoin below 24,000 to a fresh 18-month low. In a CNBC Exclusive, Jim interviewed Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey about price increases amid inflation, supply chain issues and the company's new Jack Daniel's and Coke cocktail. Also in focus: Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley's calls on S&P 500 targets, plus Coinbase and MicroStrategy caught in the crypto downdraft.
Jun 13, 2022
The Inflation Data Sell-off, White House Reaction from NEC Director Brian Deese, and Goldman Says "Sell" Netflix. 6/10/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber covered all of the bases regarding the market sell-off, sparked by a hotter-than-expected Consumer Price Index for May, including the highest year-over-year increase in four decades. The anchors explored the inflation factor for investors, with Cramer calling for more outreach from President Biden to energy giants in wake of surging oil and gasoline prices. National Economic Council Director Brian Deese joined the program with reaction to the inflation data. Also in focus: Goldman Sachs downgrades Netflix to "Sell," bright spots in the market, the U.S. to end COVID-19 testing for air travelers entering the country, and Starbucks interim CEO Howard Schultz's take on "work from home."
Jun 10, 2022
Market Volatility and Inflation Worries, China Stocks' Wild Ride, Tesla's Spark, Target's Dividend Boost and Zendesk Shares Get Zapped 6/9/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets trying to avoid another daily decline in the face of inflation and recession fears. The anchors explored how high oil and gasoline prices might rise as well as playing the energy sector. Also the spotlight: Volatile moves in Chinese stocks including Alibaba -- initially rising on a report that China considered reviving the IPO of Jack Ma's Ant group -- but erasing those gains after Ant reportedly denied plans for an IPO. The anchors reacted to Tesla being upgraded to "Buy" by UBS and the automaker's surge in China auto sales and vehicle production. Also in focus: Target boosts its quarterly dividend by 20%, Meta’s new ticker symbol is “META” and shares of software firm Zendesk tumble after it decided to remain an independent public company.
Jun 09, 2022
Recession Fears and the Markets, Ukraine’s Zelenskyy Addresses CEO Summit, Vaccine Makers Get a Boost, and M&A in the NFL 6/8/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the markets trying to shrug off signs of a potential recession, including mortgage demand hitting a 22-year low. What should investors do now? The anchors also discussed Ukrainian President Zelenskyy addressing the Yale CEO Summit in New York City with his message to business leaders. Also in focus: Novavax and Moderna rise on COVID-19 vaccine news, Target receives a slew of Wall Street price target cuts after Tuesday’s profit warning, stocks Cramer calls buying opportunities, and the NFL's Denver Broncos agree to be sold to a group led by Walmart heir Rob Walton for $4.65 billion.
Jun 08, 2022
Target Slumps on Warning, Kohl's Surges on Takeover Talks, Apple WWDC Takeaways, Plus Big Oil: Is Exxon Cheap? 6/7/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with shares of Target down sharply on a margin warning, as the company plans to reduce excess inventory. The stock dragged both the retail sector and broader markets lower. Cramer weighed in on Target CEO Brian Cornell's leadership and delivered a message for analysts who cover the stock. Shares of Kohl's up double-digits after confirming it is in talks to be acquired by The Vitamin Shoppe parent Franchise Group. Also in focus: The gasoline price surge, why one firm says ExxonMobil shares are cheap, assessing Apple's developers conference unveils, Netflix losing two-thirds of its value this year, and Texas vs. Twitter.
Jun 07, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #14: Spectrum-Based Space Images with Hawkeye 360 CEO John Serafini 6/7/22
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With the war in Ukraine crossing one-hundred days, commercial satellite imagery is getting an increasing amount of attention as companies like Maxar and Planet Labs capture and release pictures of Russia’s invasion in near-real time. Morgan and Hawkeye 360 CEO John Serafini discuss the innovations being made in the satellite sector, the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war and more.
Jun 07, 2022
Musk Threatens to Abandon Twitter Deal, Here Comes Apple's WWDC, More M&A and An "Outcry" in Chicago. 6/6/22
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Jim Cramer and David Faber engaged in a wide-ranging discussion about the story of the morning: Elon Musk has threatened to walk away from his $44 billion deal to buy Twitter, citing the company's failure to provide spam/fake account information. What's at stake for both Twitter and Tesla? Also in focus: Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, Chinese stocks rally, Lilly's diabetes drug and obesity, JetBlue sweetens its takeover bid for Spirit Airlines, Thoma Bravo lowers Anaplan deal price, Amazon's 20-for-1 stock split takes effect, CBOE opens its new outcry trading floor, and Jim's week in San Francisco featuring a big lineup of CEO interviews on CNBC.
Jun 06, 2022
Jobs Jump in May, Musk's "Super Bad Feeling," the Stock That Doubled on the Bristol Myers Deal and Apple as FAANG's "Weak Link." 6/3/22
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Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market reaction to the better-than-expected May Jobs Report, which showed non-farm payrolls up 390,000. Cramer explained why he thinks people are more worried than they should be and are underestimating Fed Chair Jerome Powell. The anchors also reacted to a report which says Elon Musk wants to cut 10% of jobs at Tesla and that he has a "super bad feeling" about the economy. Also in focus: Bristol Myers Squibb strikes a $4.1 billion deal to acquire a biotech firm whose shares more than doubled on news of the transaction, why Jim says Apple is the "weak link" in FAANG, and Twitter says the antitrust waiting period for Musk's takeover bid has expired.
Jun 03, 2022
Microsoft Warns, Sandberg to Step Down As Meta COO, Debating Dimon's "Hurricane" and Big Losses For Tiger 6/2/22
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Jim Cramer and David Faber delved into the big story of the morning: Microsoft cuts Q4 guidance, citing "unfavorable foreign exchange rate movement." They also discussed Sheryl Sandberg's decision to step down as COO of Facebook parent Meta -- and why Jim thinks a drop in the stock on that news represents a buying opportunity. Also in focus: JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon warns an economic "hurricane" is coming -- but Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan dismisses Dimon's pessimism, David reports Tiger Global's fund declined more than 14% in May, Ford's $3.7 billion expansion plans, and market reaction to GameStop's quarterly results.
Jun 02, 2022
Making Money in June, Salesforce Surges, and Musk's WFH Message: Return to the Office Or Get Out 6/1/22
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On the first trading day of June, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what's next for the markets after both the Dow and the S&P 500 eked out fractional gains for May despite volatility. The anchors also reacted to what Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told CNBC about inflation and the surge in oil prices. Shares of Salesforce surged on better-than-expected quarterly results and raised profit guidance. Elon Musk's take on "work from home" also a big topic of discussion: He is said to have told Tesla staff in a leaked memo that they must be in the office for a minimum of 40 hours per week "or depart Tesla." Also in focus: SPAC terminations, plus Apple reportedly moving some of its iPad production to Vietnam from China.
Jun 01, 2022
Inflation Watch, Oil Prices Pressure Stocks, Chinese Stocks Rally on Lockdown Developments, and Peltz Named to Unilever's Board 05/31/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what's ahead for markets as the Dow and S&P 500 enter the last trading day of May in positive territory for the month. The anchors reacted to President Biden's op-ed in The Wall Street Journal outlining his plan to battle inflation. Cramer says Biden is "still attacking our oil companies." The price of crude surges after the EU agrees to ban most Russian oil imports. Chinese stocks such as Alibaba rally as Shanghai prepares to lift its two-month COVID lockdown. Shares of Unilever jump after the company named activist investor Nelson Peltz to its board. Also in focus: Sen. Elizabeth Warren vs. SPACs, plus a box office bonanza for “Top Gun: Maverick.”
May 31, 2022
A Week for the Bulls to Cheer About, Big Moves in Retail, SPACs Slump and the SEC's Eyes on Elon Musk 5/27/22
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Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Leslie Picker explored this week's market gains: The Dow on track to end an eight-week losing streak, with the S&P and Nasdaq each poised to end seven straight weeks of losses. Sentiment on Friday helped by stronger-than-expected consumer spending data and a key indicator which shows inflation might have peaked. The anchors reacted to a new batch of retail earnings: Shares of Gap and Big Lots tumbled, while Costco and Ulta Beauty moved higher. Citi U.S. Equity Strategist Scott Chronert joined the program to discuss market volatility and his views about a potential recession. Also in focus: The SEC's letter to Elon Musk about his early Twitter stake, Dell among the tech winners, and the blank-check bubble bursts for SPACs
May 27, 2022
Markets and Retail Stocks Rally, Broadcom Buys VMWare in $61B Deal, and Musk Commitment Boosts Twitter 5/26/22
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Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Leslie Picker discussed the markets extending Wednesday's gains. Retail among the bright spots toward the end for what has been a rough month for the sector: Shares of Dollar Tree, Dollar General and Macy's each up double-digits in reaction to quarterly results. In M&A news, Broadcom has agreed to acquire VMWare for $61 billion in cash and stock. Also on the tech front, Nvidia and Snowflake slide, Elon Musk says he will commit more of his wealth to finance his $44 billion Twitter takeover deal, and Apple reportedly plans to keep 2022 iPhone production levels below analyst forecasts in wake of China COVID lockdowns and supply chain issues.
May 26, 2022
The Dow's Win Streak vs. Historic Weakness, Playing Beaten-Down Tech, and the Ackman Rate Debate 5/25/22
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Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli discussed how investors should view market volatility with the Dow in the midst of a three-day winning streak and mega-cap tech seeing valuations slashed. They also explored growth worries versus inflation fears, as well as Wall Street's recession debate. Jefferies analyst Brent Thill joined the discussion about how investors should play the beaten-down tech sector. Also in focus: Billionaire investor Bill Ackman's tweet storm about short-term interest rates and stocks, Apple and China COVID lockdowns, retail earnings winners and losers, Nelson Peltz's Trian explores taking over Wendy's, and the battle for ExxonMobil one year later -- as the company kicks off its annual shareholder meeting.
May 25, 2022
Snap Plunges and Drags Down Tech, Markets Fall After Monday Rally, and Retail Earnings Parade Pains and Gains 5/24/22
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Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli led off the show with a look at shares of Snap tumbling and falling below its 2017 IPO price on the company’s profit warning. The anchors reacted to Snap's news dragging down social media stocks including Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook parent Meta Platforms. How might Twitter's decline impact Elon Musk's takeover bid for the company? Also in focus: Markets pulling back after Monday's rally, Best Buy rises and Abercrombie & Fitch plummets on earnings news, sources tell David that Broadcom is in talks to pay in the $140/share range for VMWare, plus a look at Jim Cramer's "green thumb."
May 24, 2022
Markets Seek a "Green Week," Broadcom-VMWare Talks, Starbucks to Exit Russia, and How Low Can Tesla Shares Go? 5/23/22
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Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli discussed the markets looking to start the week on a positive note after the S&P 500 extended its weekly losing streak to seven on Friday. The anchors explored which sectors could help turn the tide. They also reacted to President Biden's comments on the economy: He said a recession in the U.S. is not inevitable. On the M&A front: sources say chipmaker Broadcom is in advanced talks to acquire VMWare, whose shares surged on that news. Also in focus: Starbucks decides to exit its Russia business, What Jamie Dimon said at JPMorgan Chase's "Investor Day", and Tesla shares down 40% since Elon Musk disclosed his stake in Twitter last month. Is Tesla a buying opportunity?
May 23, 2022
Friday Markets: Have We Found the Bottom? ... And Cramer Says Buy Amazon and Defense Stocks 05/20/22
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With the markets on track for another weekly decline, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed stocks looking to rebound and whether this might indicate a bottom. The anchors also reacted to Amazon's nearly 30% decline from a month ago and Citi taking the stock off of its "Focus List." Jim explains why he believes Amazon is a buy at current levels -- and feels the same way about the defense sector. Also in focus: China cuts a key interest rate, Deere tumbles despite an earnings beat, Ross Stores joins the list of retailers getting crushed, Palo Alto leads a security stocks rally and Elon Musk strikes back against sexual harassment allegations.
May 20, 2022
Extending the Market Sell-off, Cisco CEO On the Company's Weak Outlook, and Elon Musk Calls ESG a "Scam." 5/19/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what to make of the markets extending losses after Wednesday's massive sell-off: The worst for the Dow and S&P 500 since 2020. Jim offers his takeaway for investors. Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins joined the anchors on set for an exclusive interview: They discussed his company's guidance that slammed the stock -- and where the COVID lockdown in China and the war in Ukraine fit into the picture. Also in focus: Navigating inflation and exposure to China, Elon Musk's Twitter rant about Tesla being removed from an S&P ESG index, and Melvin Capital to unwind funds after suffering major losses from meme stocks.
May 19, 2022
Markets Slump As Target Shares Get Crushed On An Earnings Miss: The Inflation Factor and Beyond 05/18/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer took an in-depth look at the big story of the morning which helped to spark a market sell-off: Target shares plunged on a quarterly earnings miss, hurt by inflation and supply chain issues. The anchors reacted to what Target CEO Brian Cornell told CNBC -- that he should be held accountable for not properly forecasting rising transportation and freight costs. Jim compared Target's results to those of Walmart, Home Depot, Lowe's and TJX. Also in focus: Why Target's results are weighing on markets one day after stocks rallied despite Walmart's miss, earnings bright spots, Fed Chair Powell not ruling out more aggressive moves to combat inflation, JPMorgan Chase shareholders reject CEO Jamie Dimon's massive retention bonus, plus Cramer on the Elon Musk-Twitter saga.
May 18, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #13: Bipartisan Space with former NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine 5/17/22
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Ahead of Boeing launching its highly-anticipated Starliner flight, Morgan discusses bipartisan space policy, the rise of public-private partnerships and innovations in commercial space with former NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine.
May 17, 2022
Markets Rally, Home Depot Jumps, Walmart Slumps, Musk's Bot Message to Twitter, and Citigroup Gets a "Buffett Bounce" 05/17/22
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Jim Cramer and Scott Wapner delved into what's driving stocks sharply higher after Monday's choppy session. Shares of Home Depot jumped and Walmart shares tumbled in reaction to the retailers' respective quarterly results and guidance. The anchors discussed how certain stocks are indications of which CEOs are successfully executing their strategies versus those who are not. Also in focus: Elon Musk says his deal to acquire Twitter "cannot go forward" until he receives clarity about the number of fake accounts, Warren Buffett's big bet on Citigroup and what other billionaire investors are buying and selling, plus more earnings winners and losers as United leads the airline stock rally.
May 17, 2022
A "Pivotal Week" for Markets, Bernanke on Fed's "Mistake," JetBlue Goes Hostile, Buffett's Big Energy Bet, and McDonald's to Exit Russia. 05/16/22
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With the S&P 500 and Nasdaq each in the midst of a six-week losing streak, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed why this is a "pivotal week" for the markets. The anchors also reacted to comments from Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke -- who told CNBC the Fed's slow response to inflation was a mistake -- and former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein on recession worries. Also in focus: Goldman lowers its S&P 500 price target for 2022, Warren Buffett ramps up his energy portfolio, JetBlue launches a hostile tender takeover bid for Spirit Airlines, Jeff Bezos tweets about inflation, McDonald's decision to sell its Russia business, Elon Musk and the Twitter "bot check," plus what to make of an upgrade for Netflix.
May 16, 2022
Twitter Slumps on Musk Tweet Drama, Markets Rally, Biting Into the Apple Slump, and Bitcoin Bounces Back 5/13/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer wrapped up a volatile market week as the S&P 500 looks to avoid bear market territory. Cramer outlines whether you should buy into Apple, Nvidia and other beaten-down tech names. Twitter shares tumble after Elon Musk tweeted that his takeover deal for the company is "temporarily on hold" -- following that with a tweet stating he is still committed to the acquisition. Carl, Jim and David Faber discussed what's at stake for Musk, Twitter and the $44 billion deal. Also in focus: Bitcoin rebounds back above $30,000 after this week's major crypto sell-off, plus where Coinbase and Robinhood fit into the picture.
May 13, 2022
Apple Loses Its Crown, Disney "Minus", Beyond Meat Beatdown, The Coinbase-Bitcoin Blues, and Market Bright Spots 5/12/22
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With the Dow in the midst of a five-day losing streak, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer focused on market volatility and pressure, especially on the tech sector as Apple loses the title of "world's most valuable company" to Saudi Aramco. Where can you find value in this market? Also, Disney shares fall after the company posts an earnings miss despite bigger-than-expected streaming subscriber growth for Disney+. Cramer sounds off about Wall Street's reaction to Disney's earnings call. The anchors also weighed in on Beyond Meat's weaker-than-expected quarterly results, sending the stock below its 2019 IPO price. Also in focus: Producer price inflation at 11%, Coinbase and bitcoin extend losses, double downgrades for Ford and GM, plus what's driving gains among names in the retail sector.
May 12, 2022
Inflation Data Effect on Markets, Coinbase Is Crypto Crushed, From Darlings to Dogs of 2022 (So Far), and Bracing for Disney Earnings 5/11/22
00:46:25
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with market reaction to consumer inflation data: April CPI rose more than expected on a monthly basis but edged lower to a 8.3% annual rate, slightly below a 40-year high. Coinbase shares tumbled on a surprise quarterly loss in wake of the crypto slump. The anchors explored what to make of stocks many had viewed as Wall Street darlings: Roblox and Carvana among the names down more than 75% year-to-date heading into the trading session. Also in focus: Kohl's shareholders re-elect directors despite activist investor pressure, what to expect from Disney's after-the-bell earnings, plus the best buying opportunities in this volatile market.
May 11, 2022
Markets Aim for a Rebound, Big Tech's $1T Value Drop, Peloton Plummets and Pfizer Strikes a $11.6B Deal. 5/10/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the continuing market volatility: Stocks look to rebound one day after a sell-off which saw the S&P 500 close below 4,000 for the first time in more than a year. The anchors discussed the tech giants losing more than $1 trillion in value over the last three trading days, and whether now's the time to go bargain hunting for those names and high-flying growth stocks that have taken a hit this year. Also in focus: The "WFH stock blues" continue as Peloton shares fall to record lows on wider-than-expected losses, Biohaven soars more than 70% after agreeing to be acquired by Pfizer in an $11.6 billion deal, AMC CEO Adam Aron's eye-opening comments from the company's earnings call, and what billionaire investor David Tepper told CNBC about the Nasdaq.
May 10, 2022
Market Selloff Accelerates to Start the Week, Rivian Plunges as Lockup Expires, Uber CEO Memo on Company Plans 5/9/22
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Carl Quintanilla & Jim Cramer discuss the market selloff intensifying to start the week. The S&P 500 tumbling to a new low for the year. Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari’s commenting on inflation, saying he’s confident it will come back to the central bank’s 2% target, but not without some pain. David Faber breaking news that Ford is selling 8 million of its 102 million share stake in Rivian, according to his sources. Shares of the EV maker getting hammered on the news. The moves comes as the insider lockup period for selling the stock expires. Uber moving lower after CNBC obtained a staff email saying the company plans to slash spending on marketing, incentives and will be deliberate when adding workers. Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi saying, “After earnings, I spent several days meeting investors in New York and Boston… It’s clear that the market is experiencing a seismic shift and we need to react accordingly.” Plus, Carl and Jim breakdown the other big movers of the morning including Coty, Palantir and Tyson Foods.
May 09, 2022
The Markets' Wild Ride, What to Buy and What to Avoid, and Labor Secretary Walsh on the April Jobs Report and Economy 5/6/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer kicked off a busy show with a look at the extension of Thursday's market sell-off, which saw the Dow fall more than 1,000 points and the Nasdaq decline five percent -- wiping out Wednesday's big relief rally. Cramer offered advice on buying opportunities in this market, what to avoid and where inflation and the Fed fit into the picture. The key April jobs report showed non-farm payrolls up a better-than-expected 428,000, while the unemployment rate remained at 3.6%. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh joined the program with White House reaction to the report, as well as his perspective on the economy, inflation and the housing market.
May 06, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #12: Space Oddities with Astronaut Chris Hadfield 5/5/22
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In recognition of National Astronaut Day, Morgan speaks with Colonel Chris Hadfield about the New Space Age. They discuss the astronaut’s time as commander of the International Space Station, his work across the commercial sector and how exactly one recovers from space blindness.
May 05, 2022
From Fed-Fueled Rally to Sell-off, Musk Secures $7.2B In Fresh Funding for Twitter Bid, and E-Commerce Stocks' Marketplace Meltdown 5/5/22
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The morning after the Fed's biggest interest rate increase since 2000 and Chair Jerome Powell saying a 75 basis point hike is off the table, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on a big pullback for stocks following the best day for the broader markets since 2020. How should investors navigate the volatility? Elon Musk disclosed that he has secured $7.2 billion in fresh financing for his Twitter takeover bid, with commitments from the likes of Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison, Sequoia Capital and Ron Baron. Sources told David that Musk is expected to serve as temporary CEO of Twitter for a few months once the deal is closed. Also in focus: Shares of eBay, Etsy, Wayfair and Shopify tumble on weaker-than-expected guidance, while Priceline parent Booking Holdings joins the list of market bright spots.
May 05, 2022
Fed Decision Day, Starbucks and Airbnb Jump on Earnings, Lyft and Uber Sink, and An Exclusive With AMD's CEO 5/4/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with what to expect from the most-anticipated Fed meeting in many years: Chair Jerome Powell and policymakers expected to announce a 50-basis point interest rate hike. How many more hikes can investors expect? Earnings also in the spotlight: Starbucks and Airbnb rise after beating the street. Lyft shares plummeted on results and guidance, prompting Uber to move up the timing of its own its earnings announcement. In an exclusive, AMD CEO Lisa Su joined the program to discuss what drove the chipmaker’s better-than-expected quarterly results and guidance.
May 04, 2022
Fed Meeting Day One, Cramer Sounds Off About Paul Tudor Jones' Take On Powell, Musk's Twitter Financing, and CEOs Answer the Recession Question. 5/3/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what's ahead for the markets as the Fed kicks off a two-day policy meeting. Jim spoke out forcefully in reaction to comments Paul Tudor Jones made on CNBC: The legendary investor said he would advise Fed Chair Jerome Powell to "look for another job." The anchors also discussed where to find pockets of strength in this market. Also in focus: Elon Musk reportedly in talks to revise financing for his Twitter deal, Earnings movers from Expedia to Paramount Global, plus highlights from the Milken Institute Global Conference -- including what the CEOs of Goldman Sachs, Carlyle and Apollo Global Management told David about the Fed and the possibility of a recession.
May 03, 2022
Bulls Say "Good Riddance" to April and Hello to May, Buffett's Market Message, Munger Slams Robinhood, plus the CEO of Apollo Global Management on Volatility 5/2/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at how investors should navigate the market in May, after the S&P 500's worst month since the beginning of the pandemic and the Nasdaq's poorest monthly performance since 2008. The anchors also reacted to news out of the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholder Meeting over the weekend, including Warren Buffett's take on markets and inflation, Charlie Munger's harsh comments about Robinhood – and both men blasting crypto. At the Milken Institute Global Conference in Los Angeles, David interviewed Apollo Global Management CEO Marc Rowan about how the alternative asset manager is investing in a volatile market environment. Also in focus: Former Fed Vice Chairman Roger Ferguson tells CNBC he believes a recession is inevitable.
May 02, 2022
Apple and Amazon's Big Tech Earnings Impact, Big Oil's Results and the Russia Effect, and Robinhood Takes a Hit. 4/29/22
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On the final trading day of April, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored market reaction to big tech results: Apple's view on supply constraints overshadow the company's quarterly beat, while Amazon tumbles on a quarterly loss and its slowest growth in two decades. Exxon Mobil and Chevron shares also down despite a surge in profits -- Exxon announced a $3.4 billion charge related to its planned exit from Russia. Also in focus: Intel down sharply on earnings, Robinhood shares slump on declines in revenue and monthly active users, why Chinese stocks are rallying, and Tesla jumps after Elon Musk said he plans no further sales of the stock in wake of his deal to buy Twitter.
Apr 29, 2022
Meta Surges On Earnings, Q1 GDP Shrinks, An Exclusive With Southwest's New CEO, and "Sickness" for a Stay-At-Home Stock 4/28/22
00:43:48
Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer led off the show with a look at Meta shares surging on the Facebook parent's better-than-expected quarterly earnings and user growth. Is the worst over for the stock?. The anchors also reacted to GDP data showing the economy shrank at a 1.4% annual rate in the first quarter, marking contraction for the first time since early in the pandemic. What do Caterpillar and McDonald's earnings tell us about the economy? Southwest's new CEO Bob Jordan joined the program. Phil LeBeau and Jim interviewed him about the company's quarterly results, rising airfares and the airline's growth plan challenges. Also in focus: Teladoc shares plummet more than 40% on wider losses and weaker guidance -- a setback for investor and ARK Invest CEO Cathie Wood.
Apr 28, 2022
Morning After the Tech Sell-off, Reaction to Microsoft and Alphabet’s Earnings, and Exclusives With the CEOs of Boeing and T-Mobile. 4/27/22
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One day after a more than 800-point drop in the Dow and the worst day for the Nasdaq since September 2020, Jim Cramer and Sara Eisen explored what to make of the markets following the tech sell-off, as well as “big tech” earnings from Microsoft and Alphabet. Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun joined the program. Phil LeBeau, Jim and Sara interviewed him about the jet maker’s first quarter results that missed analyst estimates. T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert appeared on the show to discuss what’s driving profits, sales and the company’s raised guidance. Also in focus: Market reaction to earnings from the likes of General Motors, Visa and Chipotle.
Apr 27, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #11: Public-Private Space with Former NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver
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As SpaceX launches professional government astronauts and private citizens alike to-and-from space this week, Morgan speaks with Lori Garver, CEO of the Earthrise Alliance and former NASA Deputy Administrator about the rise of the public-private partnership in the sector and the future of the agency.
Apr 26, 2022
Markets Digest the Earnings Parade, An Exclusive With GE CEO Larry Culp, and Twitter Accepts Musk's $44B Takeover Offer. 4/26/22
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Jim Cramer and Sara Eisen explored market reaction to earnings from the likes of General Electric, 3M, UPS and Raytheon. Jim interviewed GE CEO Larry Culp about the company's quarterly results -- the stock taking a hit on cautious guidance in wake of “inflation and other evolving pressures.” The future for Twitter also in the spotlight after the company accepted Elon Musk's $44 billion buyout offer to take the social media firm private. David Faber joined the Twitter discussion. Also in focus: Warner Brothers Discovery with eye-opening comments on its earnings call about the demise of CNN+, Oil prices rebound, what to expect from Alphabet, Microsoft and General Motors earnings, and Carnival's Arnold Donald to step down as CEO.
Apr 26, 2022
Extending the Market Sell-off, Twitter Jumps on Musk Deal Reports and Coca-Cola Gets a Pop on Earnings 4/25/22
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Jim Cramer and Sara Eisen kicked off a new week with a look at the markets extending losses from Friday's big sell-off, which saw the Dow fall almost 1,000 points on Fed rate hike fears. Where should investors go bargain hunting? The anchors also reacted to reports that Twitter is nearing a deal to sell itself to Elon Musk for $43 billion. Coca-Cola leading off a busy earnings calendar with better-than-expected first quarter results. Also in focus: "Big Oil" stocks take a hit along with crude oil prices -- the China COVID outbreak and lockdowns playing a role in the declines.
Apr 25, 2022
"Powell Effect" Extends Market Sell-off, Blue Chip Earnings Reaction, Snap's "Challenging" Quarter and a New Chapter in Musk's Battle to Buy Twitter. 04/22/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what to make of stocks extending Thursday's sell-off, which was sparked by Fed Chair Jerome Powell saying that a 50 basis point hike will be on the table when he and his fellow policymakers meet in May. The anchors also reacted to numbers from the likes of American Express, Verizon and Snap -- whose results reflected a "challenging" quarter according to Snap CEO Evan Spiegel. Also in focus: The Twitter board's next move after Elon Musk reveals financing aimed at buying the company, Gap tumbles on sales guidance and news that Old Navy's CEO is departing, Kohl's proxy battle, the end of the road for CNN+, and Disney's lobbying machine hits a GOP roadblock.
Apr 22, 2022
Tesla's Record Profit and Musk's Optimism, Airlines Surge On Profitability Outlook, Netflix After the Plunge, and An Exclusive With Lululemon's CEO 4/21/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with Tesla shares up sharply after the company posted a record quarterly profit despite supply chain challenges. The anchors reacted to earnings call comments from Elon Musk: He said he has "never been more optimistic" about Tesla's future. American Airlines and Delta also in rally mode after forecasting profitability for the second quarter. Lululemon CEO Calvin McDonald joined the program exclusively to discuss his company's five-year growth plan to double revenue by 2026. Also in focus: Musk disclosed he has secured $46.5 billion in financing commitments for his Twitter takeover bid, and Bill Ackman’s hedge fund dumps its stake in Netflix: The stock extending losses one day after plummeting 35%. Plus, what sources are telling David about embattled hedge fund Melvin Capital.
Apr 21, 2022
Netflix Shares Plummet On Subscriber Losses: Exploring What's At Stake for the Company and Its Streaming Rivals 4/20/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber took a deep dive into Netflix shares losing a third of their value. The company posted quarterly subscriber losses for the first time in more than a decade -- and expects a drop of two million subscribers in the current quarter. Cramer weighs in on whether now's the time to buy the stock. The anchors reacted to Netflix Co-CEO Reed Hastings' comments on considering an advertising option and looking for ways to monetize account sharing. They also discussed Netflix's impact on shares of streaming rivals such as Disney, Paramount Global and Warner Bros. Discovery, as well as the parade of Wall Street analysts downgrading Netflix. Also in focus: Markets look to extend Tuesday's rally, IBM and Procter & Gamble beat the street, Lululemon's five-year growth plan, and chip stocks in the green.
Apr 20, 2022
IMF Cuts Global Growth Outlook, Fed's Bullard and "75” Talk, Airlines Drop Mask Requirements on Judge’s Ruling, Blackstone's $13B Deal, plus Musk, Twitter -- and Apollo? 4/19/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with breaking news: The IMF cutting its 2022 global growth forecast to 3.6%. The anchors explored what that news means for investors -- and reacted to comments by St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, who said he wouldn't rule out a 75 basis point rate hike. U.S. airlines in the spotlight, dropping mask requirements for passengers and crew members after a federal judge overturned the CDC's mask mandate for airlines, airports and public transportation. Also in focus: Natural gas tumbles and stocks rally, Johnson & Johnson leads the earnings parade, sources say Apollo Global Management may be willing to provide financing for a Twitter buyout, what to expect from Netflix's after-the-bell results, and Blackstone’s $13 billion bet on campus housing.
Apr 19, 2022
BofA Kicks Off a Big Earnings Week, Musk's Takeover Offer: Should Twitter "Take the Money ... and Run"? Plus -- Didi Tumbles In Preparation for U.S. Delisting. 4/18/22
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Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Morgan Brennan led off the show with Bank of America's better-than-expected quarterly results, kicking off a busy week of earnings reports as the 10-year note yield rises to highs not seen since late 2018. MoffettNathanson Senior Managing Director Michael Nathanson joined the program to discuss why Twitter should "Take the money ... and run" and accept Elon Musk's takeover offer. Also in focus: An inside look at Rivian and its supply chain challenges with shares of the electric vehicle startup down more than 60% year-to-date, Didi shares tumble after the Chinese ride-hailing firm schedules a vote on delisting from the U.S., and a report from on the ground in China on the impact of Shanghai's weeks-long lockdown as it battles a COVID outbreak.
Apr 18, 2022
Elon Musk Offers to Buy Twitter 4/14/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer begin the hour with breaking news, discussing Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s offer to buy Twitter for $54.20 a share, or about $43 billion. In a letter sent to Twitter Chairman Bret Taylor, Elon Musk wrote “My offer is my best and final offer and if it is not accepted, I would need to reconsider my position as a shareholder.” Jim Cramer went on to say that he believes that Twitter’s board has ‘no choice’ but to reject Musk’s offer. Also in the mix: Bank earnings continued with Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and Wells Fargo all reporting results.
Apr 14, 2022
JPM’s Profit Plunge, Fed’s “Fantasy,” Delta Shares Soar 4/13/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber begin the hour by breaking down JPMorgan’s Q1 results. The big bank reported a $524 million hit from market dislocations caused by Russian sanctions. The company’s profit dropped 42% from a year earlier to $8.28 billion. Another big name reporting results to watch is Delta Air Lines, announcing it is expecting a return to profit this quarter thanks to a jump in bookings and fares. Also in the mix: St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said it is a “fantasy” to believe modest rate rises can effectively combat inflation.
Apr 13, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #10: Small Satellites & SPACs with Terran Orbital’s Marc Bell 4/12/22
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As the satellite market heats up and stock market cools, Morgan discusses the small satellite landscape with Marc Bell, co-founder, chairman & CEO of recently-public small satellite manufacturer Terran Orbit.
Apr 12, 2022
Inflation Nation, China’s Covid Lockdowns Causing Chaos, Apple CEO Speaks Out on Privacy Security 4/12/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer react to the massive inflation data. CPI jumping 8.5% for a year prior, slightly hotter than what economist had anticipated. It is the highest year-over-year gain since the early days of the Reagan Administration back in December of 1981. Plus, China continuing to deal with its Covid lockdown. The U.S. State department now ordering all non-emergency government staff in shanghai to leave, and U.S. citizens to reconsider travel to China. CarMax shares slumping after a bottom line miss for its latest quarter, as sales volumes are slowing and average selling prices continue to rise. Plus, Tim Cook taking the podium at the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ Global Privacy Summit. Carl & Jim respond to Cooks comments on the fight for privacy.
Apr 12, 2022
Musk Opts Out, Nio Hikes Prices & Suspends Production, Cleveland Fed President Mester: Increased Recession Risk, A New Era for Warner Bros. 4/11/22
00:43:57
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss the big breaking news of the morning. Twitter CEO, Parag Agrawal announcing Elon Musk decided not to join the company’s board. He writes in the announcement, “I believe this is for the best. We have and will always value input from our shareholders whether they are on our board or not. Elon is our biggest shareholder and we will remain open to his input.” Musk over the weekend tweeting a number of ideas about how he wanted to change the social media company, which have since been deleted. One tweet suggested turning Twitter’s San Francisco HQ into a homeless shelter because “no one shows up anyways.” Amazon’s Jeff Bezos responded to that tweet saying it was a great idea and shared a story of a similar initiative at Amazon. Plus, David breaks down the future of Warner Brothers Discovery, which began trading over at the Nasdaq at the open. Carl, Jim and David discuss investor and economist fears of a recession ahead. Including comments from Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester saying there is an increased risk of recession, but she remains optimistic. Also, Nio shares slumping on news it’s going to be hiking prices and suspending its production.
Apr 11, 2022
Going "Ape" As Goldman Says "Sell" Robinhood, Musk's Tesla "Cyber Rodeo," and Thiel Slams Buffett and Other "Enemies" of Crypto. 4/8/22
00:43:46
Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with Robinhood being downgraded to "sell" by Goldman Sachs. Are we in the midst of a retreat by the apes? The anchors also discussed Elon Musk and Tesla's grand opening of its new $1.1 billion "Gigafactory" in Texas, as well as the company's goals for producing the Cybertruck and other vehicles. Jim and David also reacted to harsh words billionaire investor Peter Thiel had for Warren Buffett at a bitcoin conference. Thiel called Buffett a "sociopathic grandpa from Omaha" and listed him, Jamie Dimon and Larry Fink as "enemies" of crypto. Also in focus: A rough week for tech and the transports, advertising slowdown worries, and the WarnerMedia-Discovery merger deal on the verge of closing.
Apr 08, 2022
Morning After the Tech Sell-off, “Buffett Effect” As HP Surges on Berkshire Stake, Shell Issues a $5B Russia Warning and Big Oil Execs Grilled on High Gas Prices 4/7/22
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After two days of stock market declines fueled by Fed-related news, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed how investors should navigate the tech sector slump following Wednesday's Nasdaq sell-off. On the flip side, the anchors explored what to make of Warren Buffett's big bet on HP Inc.: The stock surged after Berkshire Hathaway disclosed an 11% stake in the personal computer and printer maker. Also in focus: Fed's Bullard on inflation and hiking interest rates, Shell said it sees a Q1 write-down of up to $5 billion due to its pullout from Russia, what the CEOs of Exxon Mobil and Chevron said at a House subcommittee hearing on high gasoline prices, plus the biggest movers -- including what Conagra and Levi Strauss are telling us about the consumer.
Apr 07, 2022
"Fedspeak" Pressures Stocks, Sec. Yellen and Big Oil Executives Head to the Hill, Plus JetBlue and Frontier's "Spirit-ed" Bidding War 4/6/22
00:43:33
Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on stocks extending Tuesday's losses in reaction to comments from Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard and Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker about balance sheet reduction and rate hikes. The anchors explored how investors should navigate the recent pullback in the tech sector. JetBlue makes an unsolicited $3.6 billion all-cash offer to acquire Spirit Airlines, which had already agreed to merge with Frontier in a $2.9 billion cash-and-stock deal. How will regulators react? Also in focus: Treasury Secretary Yellen's testimony before a House committee, big oil executives face a House panel at a hearing on skyrocketing gasoline prices, and Elon Musk adjusts the description of his Twitter stake -- removing the word "passive."
Apr 06, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #9: Amazon’s Space Play with ULA’s Tory Bruno 4/6/22
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Amazon has announced a multibillion dollar investment in what’s being called the biggest commercial rocket deal in history. Furthering plans for its mega-constellation Project Kuiper, the tech giant is partnering with several providers, including Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin, Arianespace and United Launch Alliance. Morgan speaks with Tory Bruno, ULA’s CEO to discuss the deal, Russian rocket engines, and how growing defense budgets could benefit space.
Apr 06, 2022
Musk Joins Twitter's Board, Markets and Fresh Sanctions, Carnival Jumps on “Busiest Booking Week” and Starbucks Falls on Day Two of Schultz's Return As CEO 4/5/22
00:43:47
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the program with the big news of the morning. Elon Musk is joining Twitter's board and while serving on it, he has agreed not to own 14.9% of the company's common stock. The anchors discussed Musk's tweets related to the news and the impact he could have on Twitter, its stock and the social media landscape. Also in focus: Carnival leads the cruise stocks rally after announcing its busiest booking week on record, market reaction to the European Commission proposing a fresh set of sanctions against Russia, Cramer on buying Facebook parent Meta Platforms on the dips, and Starbucks shares under pressure: What interim CEO Howard Schultz reportedly told employees about making decisions based on the stock price.
Apr 05, 2022
Twitter Surges on Musk Stake, Schultz Returns As Starbucks CEO and Exclusives With the CEOs of AMD and Liberty Media. 4/4/22
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with reaction to big news regarding Twitter: The stock surged after Elon Musk disclosed a 9.2% stake in the company. The anchors also explored Starbucks founder Howard Schultz's return to the company as CEO on an interim basis and his decision to suspend the coffee chain's stock repurchasing program. AMD CEO Lisa Su joined the program exclusively to discuss her company's $1.9 billion acquisition of cloud startup Pensando and how it fits into her company's data center strategy, plus her take on the supply chain. In another exclusive, Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei was interviewed about a wide range of topics, including his recent announcement about Formula 1's Grand Prix coming to Las Vegas. Also in focus: What Jamie Dimon said about the Fed in his annual letter to JPMorgan Chase shareholders.
Apr 04, 2022
Exclusive: Top White House Economic Adviser on the Jobs Report, Gas Prices and SPR. Plus, GameStop's "Split" Surge and the Chinese Stocks Rally. 4/1/22
00:43:45
As we kick off the second quarter, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer led off the show with market reaction to the March employment report: Job growth up 431,000 – missing expectations-- but the unemployment rate fell to a two-year low of 3.6%. National Economic Council Director Brian Deese joined the program exclusively to discuss the numbers, as well as inflation and President Biden's decision to release millions of barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum reserve in an effort to reduce gasoline prices. Also in focus: GameStop shares surge as the company seeks shareholder approval for a stock split, what's behind the rally in Chinese stocks such as Alibaba and JD.com, and a report regarding a U.S. probe of Activision Blizzard.
Apr 01, 2022
Oil Tumbles on "Biden Effect," The Bulls Winning in March But the Bears Rule Q1, and Apple's Win Streak Ends at 11 3/31/22
00:43:44
On the final trading day of March and the first quarter, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed what's next for stocks after a strong month and what is likely to be the worst quarterly market performance in two years. Hear what they have to say about the winners and losers. Oil prices also in the spotlight, taking a hit on reports President Biden is considering the release of around one million barrels of oil per day from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Also in focus: Russian President Putin demands gas payments in rubles, Apple looks to rebound after ending its 11-session win streak, Walgreens shares fall despite an earnings beat, Amazon union vote counts, and the "downgrade parade" for AMD, HP, Dell and PVH.
Mar 31, 2022
Markets vs. Recession Fears, An Exclusive With Micron's CEO, and Apple Aims for 12 in a Row ... and $3T 3/30/22
00:43:30
Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored the markets trying to shrug off recession fears one day after a flat 2-year/10-year yield spread. The anchors reacted to RH CEO Gary Friedman's earnings call comments: He said inflation is "going to outrun the consumer." Apple also in focus as the stock aims to regain a $3 trillion market valuation along with a 12th straight positive session, which would match its record win streak set back in 2003. Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra joined the program exclusively to discuss his company's upbeat earnings and guidance -- and Senate approval of the $52 billion bill aimed at boosting chip manufacturing in the U.S. Also in focus: Lululemon surges and Chewy tumbles.
Mar 30, 2022
The "Peace Talks Rally," FedEx CEO to Step Down, Meme Stock Madness After AMC Soars, and Nielsen to Go Private in a Buyout. 3/29/22
00:43:48
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on the stock market rallying after one of Russia's top negotiators called peace talks with Ukraine "constructive." The anchors also reacted to news that FedEx founder Fred Smith will step down as CEO in June and be succeeded by COO Raj Subramaniam. Meme stock madness once again in the spotlight after shares of AMC soared on Monday: GameStop and AMC each more than doubling in the past two weeks. Also in focus: Nielsen Holdings agrees to be taken private in a deal valued at $28 per share or $16 billion including debt, WTI crude falls below $100, and should Disney become a meme stock?
Mar 29, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #8: Space Station Business with Axiom Space’s Michael Suffredini 3/29/22
00:29:15
Axiom Space, in partnership with NASA and SpaceX, is set to launch the first-ever all-private mission to the International Space Station. Morgan speaks with company co-founder & CEO Michael Suffredini about the upcoming mission, the impact of geopolitics on the I.S.S. & the company’s plans for a commercial space station.
Mar 29, 2022
Tesla's Stock Split Push, Shanghai Lockdown Effect, Apple Falls But Makes Oscars History, and Interviews with the CEOs of AMC and HP 3/28/22
00:49:10
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with Tesla: Shares up sharply after the company disclosed it will ask shareholders to approve an increase in the number of additional shares, in order to enable another stock split. Apple shares fall on a report stating the company plans to cut production of the iPhone SE and Airpods. Cramer explains why he's still upbeat about Apple, whose streaming service became the first to win an Academy Award for best picture as "CODA" took the top prize Sunday night. AMC Entertainment CEO Adam Aron joined the program to discuss M&A, meme stocks, the movie business and Will Smith slapping Chris Rock on stage during the Oscars ceremony. The anchors also interviewed HP Inc. CEO Enrique Lores about his company agreeing to acquire Poly as HP bets on hybrid work trends. Also in focus: Oil prices tumble in reaction to Shanghai's lockdown amid a surge in COVID cases, crypto extends its March rally and the 10-year note yield hits 2.5%
Mar 28, 2022
Two-Week Stock Surge, U.S.-EU Nat Gas Deal vs. Russia, Apple Shoots for Nine, Investing in "MANGO" and Lighting Up the Cannabis Rally 3/25/22
00:41:25
Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored what's next for the markets, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq each on track for a second consecutive week of gains. The anchors discussed Bank of America's bullish note on the chip sector and what it calls the "MANGO" stocks. Which one does Cramer like most? The U.S. and European Union strike a natural gas deal in an effort to reduce EU dependence on Russian energy. Jim outlines the natural gas stocks to buy right now. Also in focus: Apple aims for a nine-session win streak and the EU agrees on new rules to rein in big tech's dominance, cannabis stocks surge on hopes that Congress will pass a bill to legalize marijuana, Bed Bath and Beyond's settlement with billionaire investor and GameStop Chairman Ryan Cohen, one Wall Street firm’s 50 basis point rate hike call, and how to profit from the metaverse.
Mar 25, 2022
Market Volatility, New Sanctions on Russia, BlackRock's Fink Sees the End of Globalization, Nikola Shares Surge, and Airline CEOs to Biden: End the Mask Mandate 03/24/22
00:46:42
Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed market volatility as President Biden met with G-7 and EU leaders at the NATO summit in Brussels. The U.S. announced a new round of sanctions on top Russian elites, officials and corporations. The anchors reacted to Blackrock CEO Larry Fink and Oaktree Co-Founder Howard Marks each warning of an end to globalization. Airline CEOs sent a letter to President Biden urging the White House to end pre-departure COVID testing and scrap the mask mandate for air travel. Also in focus: Nikola shares surge after the EV startup confirmed it started production of its battery-electric trucks, Uber agrees to list New York City taxis on its app, and whether to get in on big tech stocks' rebound.
Mar 24, 2022
Sanctions and Stocks, Chip CEOs Head to the Hill, An Exclusive with Adobe's CEO and GameStop Leads the Return of "Meme Stock Madness" 3/23/22
00:47:51
Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer focused on market volatility in wake of the the Russia-Ukraine conflict, as President Biden heads to Brussels for meetings with allies and NATO leaders to make the case for more aggressive sanctions against Russia. Chip industry CEOs including Intel and Micron head to Capitol Hill to testify before a Senate panel, as they seek subsidies to boost semiconductor production in the U.S. "Meme Stock Madness" back in the spotlight: GameStop extended its rally after chairman Ryan Cohen disclosed that he increased his stake in the company to 11.9%. Since mid-March, GameStop has soared more than 70% with AMC up 40%. Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen joined the program to discuss his company's results, the outlook that weighed on the stock and halting sales in Russia. Also in focus: Jamie Dimon’s “Marshall Plan.”
Mar 23, 2022
Post-Powell Rebound for Stocks, Nike Rallies on Earnings and Alibaba Surges on its Record Buyback Plan 3/22/22
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored why stocks have rebounded from Monday's decline, which was sparked by Fed Chair Jerome Powell saying he would not rule out larger interest rate hikes in order to combat inflation. The anchors also discussed Nike's better-than-expected quarterly results: The stock topped the list of Tuesday's gainers on the Dow and S&P 500. Alibaba also joined the rally and lifted beaten-down China stocks after announcing it would boost its stock buyback program to a record $25 billion. Also in focus: Carnival's wider-than-expected loss, Tesla opens its German "Gigafactory," Disney's staffing challenges, the Boeing jet crash in China, and Cramer on the retail shopping rebound.
Mar 22, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #7: Satellite Hacks with Viasat’s Mark Dankberg 3/22/22
00:12:11
As the annual Satellite 2022 conference kicks off in Washington D.C., the war in Ukraine is shedding light on the critical nature of space infrastructure. Morgan speaks with Mark Dankberg, Executive Chairman of Viasat to discuss the hack on his company’s services, how companies fortify satellite operations and overall outlook for competition in the space.
Mar 22, 2022
A New Market Week, Oil Surges, Boeing Jet Crashes in China, Buffett's M&A Monday and Bostic's Fed Rate Hike Call. 3/21/22
00:43:25
After the best week for stocks since November 2020, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed navigating market volatility in wake of higher oil prices and the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Boeing drags the Dow lower after a 737-800 jet crashes in southern China with 132 passengers and crew on board. M&A also in the spotlight: Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway agrees to acquire insurer Alleghany for $11.6 billion -- and shares of Anaplan soar after the software maker agrees to be taken private by Thoma Bravo in a $10.7 billion deal. Also in focus: Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic says he expects a total of six rate hikes in 2022, General Motors buys Softbank's stake in GM's autonomous car unit, and why Cramer says "the oil stocks are terrific."
Mar 21, 2022
A Speculative Space, FedEx Earnings, Crypto Prices & Geopolitical Risks in Ukraine 3/18/22
00:43:33
CNBC’s Jim Cramer and the ‘Squawk on the Street’ team discuss shares of FedEx after the company released its fourth quarter earnings report. General Electric CEO Larry Culp has agreed to reduce his annual compensation by $10 million in 2022. Chris Kemp, Astra co-founder and CEO, discusses the company’s second orbital satellite launch, how Astra will operate the rest of the year and how he sees commercial demand for satellites going forward. Jill Gunter, Espresso Systems co-founder, discusses recent cryptocurrency prices, if there’s downside to crypto’s latest rally and what potential regulations could be coming to the cryptocurrency space. Plus, Vincent Deluard, STONEx global macro strategy director, discusses how he sees the war in Ukraine evolving, why U.S. stock valuations could drop 60% due to the war and inflation, and whether the bond market is correctly priced.
Mar 18, 2022
Morning After the Fed Hike Rally, Oil Jumps on "Supply Crisis" Warning, China Stocks Pull Back After Soaring, Buffett Boosts an Oil Bet and Berkshire Shares Top $500,000. 3/17/22
00:44:03
The morning after stocks rallied on the first Fed interest rate hike since 2018, Jim Cramer and David Faber reacted to comments by Fed Chair Jerome Powell about the probability of a recession. Jim explained why Powell should stop holding post-Fed decision news conferences. The anchors also discussed WTI Crude surging back above $100 per barrel after the International Energy Agency warned oil markets could face "the biggest supply crisis in decades” in wake of the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Also in focus: Chinese ADRs such as Alibaba pull back one day after soaring, "Bond King" Jeffrey Gundlach's eye-opening comments about the Nasdaq, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway increases its stake in Occidental Petroleum, Berkshire's "A" shares surpass the $500,000 mark, how to handle the recent weakness in high-multiple stocks, and "SPAC-ulation" intensifies.
Mar 17, 2022
Ukranian President's Historic Address to Congress, Starbucks CEO to Retire, Chinese Tech Stocks' Big Surge and the Countdown to the Fed Decision. 3/16/22
00:54:49
Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at the markets, followed by a history-making virtual speech to Congress by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who urged the U.S. to provide more military aid as Russia intensifies its attacks on his country. Jim and David also delved into the big news out of Starbucks: CEO Kevin Johnson is set to retire in April and founder Howard Schultz has been named interim CEO until the company selects a new leader. The anchors weighed in on Johnson's tenure and Starbucks' transition plan. Also in focus: Why Chinese tech stocks including Alibaba soared and recouped most of their big losses over the past week, and investors awaiting a key interest rate decision by the Fed.
Mar 16, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #6: Sorting Space Data with Palantir’s Katie Ward & Anand Gupta 3/15/22
00:32:58
Palantir specializes in gathering data, analyzing it, and offering A.I. based solutions to government agencies and commercial companies for some of the most complex problems in the world. The software company has expanded its services to the space sector as more companies look to parse through the data captured by commercial satellites. Morgan discusses Palantir's space capabilities with Lead Product Manager on GeoSpatial Products Katie Ward and Head of Engineering for R&D Anand Gupta.
Mar 15, 2022
Inflation Data Lifts Stocks, Crude Falls Below $100, Chinese Stocks Tumble Further, Netflix and the Pandemic Free Fall, and AMC "Mines" a Deal 3/15/22
00:43:57
Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on how investors should navigate market volatility -- with tamer-than-expected wholesale inflation data lifting stocks and WTI crude falling below $100 per barrel in reaction to Russia-Ukraine ceasefire talks. Jim elaborates on "de-risking" and explains why "the negativity is based in reality." Also in focus: The Chinese tech stock sell-off accelerates, Netflix and other stay-at-home stocks which have lost their pandemic gains, and in a move you might not associate with a movie theater chain -- AMC Entertainment agrees to buy a 22% stake in a gold and silver mining company.
Mar 15, 2022
Markets' Eye on the Russia-Ukraine Talks, Triple Whammy for Chinese Stocks, and an Interview With Affirm Holdings' CEO Max Levchin.
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Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked off a new market week by focusing on volatility and a drop in oil prices in wake of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, as both sides engage in talks aimed at ending the war. The anchors took an in-depth look at the extended sell-off in Chinese stocks -- taking a hit on COVID-19 lockdowns in China, worries that Chinese companies' stocks will be delisted in the U.S., and reports that Russia has asked China for help in its war with Ukraine. Should you buy Alibaba at a six-year low? Affirm Holdings CEO Max Levchin appeared on the program: The co-founder of PayPal offered a unique perspective on the Russia-Ukraine war as someone who is a native of Kyiv. Levchin also discussed Affirm's raised guidance, with the stock down 70% year-to-date.
Mar 14, 2022
Russia-Ukraine Effect on Markets, Putin vs. Biden, Yellen on Inflation, Rivian Tumbles, AT&T's Future, GE CEO's Outlook and the Fears Hitting Chinese Stocks
00:43:52
As the Russia-Ukraine conflict remains in focus: David Faber, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli led off the show with markets looking to recoup Thursday's losses. Russian President Putin said there are "certain positive developments" in talks with Ukraine. His comments were followed by news that President Biden was set to announce new actions against Russia. The anchors also took a closer look at Rivian: Shares of the electric vehicle startup tumbled on results and guidance impacted by supply chain disruptions. Also in focus: AT&T's 2022 and 2023 guidance as a standalone company once WarnerMedia and Discovery merge, Morgan's interview with General Electric CEO Larry Culp, what Treasury Secretary Yellen told CNBC about inflation, and U.S.-listed shares of Chinese companies plunge as fears of delisting resurface.
Mar 11, 2022
Russia-Ukraine Worries and Fresh 40-Year High Inflation Pressure Stocks, But Amazon Jumps On a 20-for-1 Stock Split and $10B Buyback.
00:43:53
Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli led off the show with a look at stock markets under pressure: Russia-Ukraine talks yielded no breakthroughs and the Consumer Price Index showed U.S. inflation hitting a fresh 40-year high. Shares of Amazon jumped after the company's board approved a 20-for-1 stock split and a $10 billion share buyback plan. Carl, David and Mike explored the trend of big tech companies going the stock split route and what it means for the group. The energy sector also higher, as crude oil recoups some of Wednesday's price losses. The anchors and a Wall Street analyst discussed what's next for the oil stocks rally, with Chevron up 25% since the Russia-Ukraine conflict began.
Mar 10, 2022
Stocks Rally and Oil Falls With Russia-Ukraine Conflict in Focus, McDonald’s and Starbucks Suspend Business in Russia and President Biden's Executive Order Sparks Crypto Surge
00:46:00
One day after a volatile session for the markets, Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli discussed what to make of the stock market rallying on lower commodity prices and hopes for talks aimed at easing the Russia-Ukraine conflict. The anchors also explored what's next for McDonald's, Starbucks, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo -- they've joined the list of companies suspending aspects of their business in Russia. National Economic Council Director Brian Deese joined the program to discuss President Biden's executive order on digital assets, which sparked a rally in bitcoin and cryptocurrencies overall. Carl, David and Mike also interviewed him about the Russian oil import ban and the impact of rising gasoline prices on consumers.
Mar 09, 2022
Crude Prices Surge, Pres. Biden and a Ban on Russian Oil Imports, Companies Feeling Pressure to Stop Doing Business in Russia, and What to Make of the "Treacherous" Markets.
00:43:29
Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli led the show with news that sparked a surge in crude oil prices: President Biden set to announce a U.S. ban on Russian oil and gas exports. The anchors took a closer look at the latest companies to take actions against Russia because of its invasion of Ukraine, including Shell, Yum Brands and Estee Lauder. Snap-On CEO Nick Pinchuk appeared on the program to discuss supply chain challenges for U.S. companies. Also on the show: A report from on the ground in Ukraine, Google buys cybersecurity firm Mandiant for $5.4 billion, stock winners and losers, plus why the markets have been -- in the words of one of the anchors -- "so treacherous."
Mar 08, 2022
Russia-Ukraine Effect, Market Volatility, $130 Crude, Buffett Buys OXY But Icahn Sells, Bed Bath and Beyond Soars and the NYSE's President On Halting Trading in Russian Stocks.
00:42:55
Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Morgan Brennan kicked off a new week of trading by focusing on market volatility as the Russia-Ukraine conflict intensifies. WTI Crude briefly surpassed $130 per barrel and the average price of U.S. gasoline topped $4 a gallon -- both for the first time since 2008. How should investors navigate it all? Also in focus: Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway reveals a $5.1 billion stake in Occidental Petroleum and Carl Icahn sells his remaining stake in the energy company, Bed Bath and Beyond shares soar more than 60% after GameStop Chairman Ryan Cohen disclosed a nearly 10% stake in the retailer, and NYSE President Lynn Martin joined the program to discuss the Big Board's decision to halt trading in shares of Russia-based companies.
Mar 07, 2022
Nuclear Worries and The Markets: Russia-Ukraine Conflict Overshadows Upbeat February Jobs Report
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on Russia-Ukraine tensions roiling the markets: Russian forces have taken control of Europe's largest nuclear power plant located in southeastern Ukraine, after shelling the plant and starting a fire which Ukrainian authorities said has been safely extinguished. The anchors highlighted the impact the conflict and sanctions against Russia have had on both U.S. and European Banks, as well the biggest weekly surge in crude oil prices since 2020. Geopolitical risks have overshadowed a much better-than-expected February jobs report, which showed non-farm payrolls up 678,000 for the month. Also in focus: Broadcom as a bright spot on a rough day for chip stocks, Gap gets a boost from earnings, and a "Faber Report" on how the White House's antitrust strategy could impact potential M&A deals.
Mar 04, 2022
Exclusive Interview With Citi CEO Jane Fraser, The Fed-Fueled Rally, and Snowflake "Melts" on Growth Forecast
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored market volatility one day after comments by Fed Chair Jerome Powell sparked a rally on Wall Street. During testimony on Capitol Hill, Powell said the Fed is not on "autopilot" and that he is "inclined to support" a 25 basis point rate hike in March. David interviewed Citi CEO Jane Fraser in a "CNBC Exclusive," discussing the company's strategic bets, the U.S. consumer and "managing down" exposure to Russia. Also in focus: Shares of Snowflake tumbled in reaction to the cloud company's weaker-than-expected outlook, Best Buy jumps despite a quarterly sales miss, plus the "Putin effect" on oil prices and stocks.
Mar 03, 2022
Oil Jumps to 2011 Highs, Russia-Ukraine Tensions Escalate, Ford's Split Decision on EVs and Fed Chair Powell Heads to the Hill.
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The morning after President Biden's State of the Union address, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at crude oil prices surging to 2011 highs in wake of sanctions against Russia. What's at stake for investors? The anchors reacted to President Biden's address, in which he said Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin "badly miscalculated" by attacking Ukraine. Carl, Jim and David also looked at Fed Chair Jerome Powell's take on inflation and rates ahead of his Capitol Hill testimony on the economy. Ford shares jumped on news it will run its electric vehicle and internal combustion units as separate entities within the automaker. Also in focus: What Salesforce Chair Marc Benioff told CNBC about his company's record results, Apple, Exxon Mobil and Boeing cut ties with Russia, Nordstrom shares soar on quarterly results, Citi's outlook and an interview with Nextdoor CEO Sarah Friar about her company’s first quarterly report as a public company.
Mar 02, 2022
Russia-Ukraine Conflict Effect: Stocks Fall and WTI Crude Tops $100/Barrel -- We Get Reaction from Chevron's CEO, and Target Surges on Earnings.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on market reaction to the latest developments surrounding the Russia-Ukraine conflict, including WTI crude surpassing $100/barrel for the first time since 2014. Chevron Chairman & CEO Mike Wirth joined the program with his take on the surge in crude, the company's exposure to Russia and Chevron’s increased guidance on share buybacks. The anchors also discussed Target's better-than-expected quarterly results, propelling the stock to its biggest one-day percentage jump since the year 2020. Also in focus: A tough day for shares of EV maker Lucid and Zoom Video.
Mar 01, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #5: A More Secure Space with Virgin Orbit’s Dan Hart
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A growing number of U.S. officials warn that the Russia-Ukraine conflict could extend to space, threatening critical satellite infrastructure that is crucial to everyday life. Morgan Brennan speaks with Dan Hart, CEO of Virgin Orbit— one of Richard Branson's space ventures— about his company's work deploying satellites for governments, security risks for satellites in orbit—along with the promise of affordable and fast launch services offsetting potential threats.
Mar 01, 2022
Markets Slump and Oil Jumps, Russian Sanctions Effect, M&A from Chevron's Clean Energy Bet to TD Bank's $13B deal, plus NYC Mayor Eric Adams on Set With Cramer and Faber
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Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at market volatility in wake of the Russia-Ukraine crisis. Western nations ramped up sanctions against Russia, resulting in the ruble hitting fresh record lows and the Russian central bank more than doubling its key interest rate to 20%. Cramer explains why he sees all of the "negativism" in the market as "baffling" and highlights the names he believes are buys right now. M&A also in focus: Chevron raising its bet on clean energy in a deal to buy Renewable Energy Group for $3.15-billion in cash, while TD Bank agrees to acquire First Horizon in a $13.4-billion deal. New York City Mayor Eric Adams joined Jim and David on set after ringing the NYSE opening bell. They discussed issues including COVID and the economy, lifting vaccination and mask mandates, and efforts to make the city the crypto capital of the world.
Feb 28, 2022
Investors Continue to Assess Financial Risks From Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show by breaking down the recent market volatility amid Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Stocks attempted to rally amid reports that Russia was ready to send delegation to Minsk for talks with Ukraine. CNBC’s Eunice Yoon also joined the show, live from Beijing, after reporting that Russia’s Putin and China’s Xi spoke over the phone. Separately, the anchors hit another batch of big earnings with names like Block, Foot Locker, and Dell all on the move. Jim Cramer highlighted Etsy’s quarter for his Mad Dash calling it a “secular winner.”
Feb 25, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #4: Capturing Russia-Ukraine with Planet Labs’ Will Marshall
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The world is watching the Russia-Ukraine crisis— now with unprecedented views of the conflict as it unfolds. As the private space sector continues its rapid growth, commercial satellites are capturing the military buildup along the Ukrainian border and changing the national security landscape. Planet Labs co-founder & CEO Will Marshall joined Morgan to discuss how commercial satellite data is promoting greater transparency in global events and the data revolution in space.
Feb 24, 2022
Stocks Plummet As Russia Attacks Ukraine
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at stocks plunging after Russia invaded Ukraine. The NASDAQ touched its lowest level in nearly a year with the Dow and S&P on pace for their worst months since March 2020. The attack also sent gas and energy prices soaring; Brent and crude oil both topped $100/barrel. CNBC’s DC reporter Kayla Tausche joined the top of the show to breakdown the latest developments. Also in the mix: The anchors discussed a slew of tech stocks sliding after reporting results; Shares of eBay, Alibaba and Booking Holdings all dropped in early trading.
Feb 24, 2022
Geopolitical Risks to the Market, Exclusive with Goldman’s David Solomon, Musk vs. Biden
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at the markets trying to bounce back a day after the S&P closed in correction territory amid escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine; The Dow and Nasdaq hoping to avoid their fifth straight day of losses. Jim also sat down exclusively with Goldman Sachs CEO, David Solomon, to discuss the new Russia sanctions as well as the bank’s stock price, which is lagging its peers. Solomon defended the firm’s shift toward the steadier segments of the banking industry saying, “I think people are concerned that the capital markets environment is going to be less robust going forward in 2022-2023. But ... we are extremely confident that we can deliver, over the next three years, mid-teens returns for our shareholders." Also in the mix: Elon Musk detailed some of his frustrations with the current White House. In an email exchange with CNBC, Musk said “Biden has pointedly ignored Tesla at every turn and falsely stated to the public that GM leads the electric car industry, when in fact Tesla produced over 300,000 electric vehicles last quarter and GM produced 26.”
Feb 23, 2022
Russia-Ukraine Tensions Escalate, Energy Prices Rice, Retailers Report
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at the market volatility amid rising tensions between Russia and Ukraine. The Dow dropped triple digits at the market open, on pace for its 4th straight day of losses. The ongoing conflict also sent energy prices higher with WTI Crude hovering around $93/barrel. Also in the mix: Home Depot and Macy’s both reported results before the opening bell. The pair of retailers topped earnings expectations, but the stocks moved in opposite directions; Home Depot dropped more than 5% while Macy’s shares surged.
Feb 22, 2022
The Markets' Volatile Week, Roku Plunges As Part of "TMT Disaster," Cramer says "Start to Buy" Meta, Cathie Wood's "Very Undervalued" Message and the SPAC Sell-Off
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One day after the Dow's worst performance of the year, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber drilled down on a volatile week for stocks as Russia-Ukraine tensions remain front and center. Roku also in the spotlight after its shares plummeted on weaker-than-expected revenue and guidance -- adding to a rough week for so-called TMT stocks (technology, media and telecom) including DraftKings, Palantir and Roblox. Cramer explains why he thinks now is the time to buy Facebook parent Meta Platforms. Separately, new data show that Meta has fallen off the list of the world's ten most valuable companies. Also in focus: ARK Invest CEO Cathie Wood tells CNBC that her Innovation ETF is "very undervalued," venture capitalist Chamath Palihapitiya steps down as Virgin Galactic chairman, why SPACs are continuing to tumble, and Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger tells analysts that the chipmaker can become the "next great growth story." Is he right?
Feb 18, 2022
Russia-Ukraine Worries and the "Very High" Threat, Cisco CEO Exclusive and the Earnings Parade: Walmart Jumps, Nvidia Shares Slump and DoorDash Soars
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer focused on the geopolitical risks taking a toll on the markets: President Biden said the threat of a Russian invasion of Ukraine remains "very high," adding that such an invasion could take place within days. That news overshadowing quarterly results from the likes of Cisco, Walmart, Nvidia and DoorDash -- which saw its stock jump more than 20% as strong demand for food delivery fueled a surge in revenues. The anchors explored market reaction to those reports. In a CNBC Exclusive, Jim and Carl interviewed Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins about his company's upbeat quarterly results and guidance, as well as his take on the supply chain, inflation and speculation about a takeover bid for Splunk. Also in focus: Tesla accuses the SEC of harassing Elon Musk, plus shares of Facebook parent Meta extended their year-to-date losses.
Feb 17, 2022
Russia-Ukraine Worries Return to Markets, Bank of America CEO Talks Consumer and the Fed, Roblox CEO Reacts to Stock Getting Crushed, and Travel Stocks Extend Rally
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One day after a relief rally on Wall Street, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed the markets giving back a chunk of Tuesday’s gains after Secretary of State Blinken said the U.S. has seen no evidence of a Russian troop pullback from Ukraine's borders. The reopening trade also in the spotlight: Moderna's CEO told CNBC Asia he believes COVID-19 could be in its final stages, while shares of Airbnb led travel stocks higher on upbeat quarterly results and guidance. Bank of America Chairman & CEO Brian Moynihan joined the program to discuss consumer spending, inflation, blockchain and what the Fed's interest rate strategy could mean for the company. Roblox shares plunged after the social gaming platform posted weaker-than-expected quarterly results and bookings. Roblox CEO David Baszucki appeared on the show to make the case for his company's growth and metaverse strategy. Also in focus: January retail sales exceed forecasts, Shopify and Wynn Resorts shares slide as part of the earnings parade, plus a preview of what to expect from Nvidia's after-the-bell earnings report.
Feb 16, 2022
Markets Rebound on Russia-Ukraine Developments, Inflation Surges, Intel's $5.4B Deal and Marriott Leads the Reopening Trade Higher
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored the rebound in stocks -- and crude oil prices pulling back from seven-year highs -- after Russia said it is pulling back some of its troops from near Ukraine. The anchors also reacted to inflation data which showed January producer prices coming in hotter-than-expected, up 9.7% from a year ago. Carl and Jim highlighted the reopening trade: Marriott shares jumped to record highs as vaccinations and holiday traffic boosted quarterly results, while some states are scaling back COVID-related restrictions and companies are ramping up their return-to-office plans. The chip sector also in the spotlight: Intel agrees to buy Tower Semiconductor in a $5.4 billion deal -- and industry data show annual global semiconductor sales topped $500 billion for the first time. Cramer explains why this is "an exciting time" for the chips. Also in focus: Bitcoin rebounds, Fedspeak and why Cramer says "I'm with Bullard," plus merger talks reportedly progressing between Constellation Brands and Monster Beverage.
Feb 15, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #3: The Path to Polaris with Jared Isaacman
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Billionaire entrepreneur Jared Isaacman made history last year as the mission commander of SpaceX’s Inspiration4, the first all-civilian space mission to orbit. Now he’s preparing to go to space again with the Polaris Program: a series of three human spaceflight missions aiming to hit even more milestones, including the first-ever commercial spacewalk. Isaacman, mission commander of the program’s first mission Polaris Dawn, joined Morgan from SpaceX’s Starbase to discuss the program, the role SpaceX’s massive rocket Starship will play, and why despite the risks and controversy, the case for commercial space.
Feb 15, 2022
Geopolitical Risks Fuel Market Volatility, Fed's Bullard on his 100-Basis Point Hike Message, Peloton CEO's "Sale" Answer, and Super Bowl Ad Fever
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Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked off a new market week by focusing on volatility in wake of Russia-Ukraine tensions and the Fed's approach to hiking interest rates. The anchors reacted to what St. Louis Fed President James Bullard told CNBC about inflation and what sparked his take on raising rates by 100 basis points Cramer offered his views on how investors should navigate the market environment, especially when it comes to the energy sector. Also in focus: Peloton's new CEO comments about a potential sale of the company in a published interview, the resiliency of chip stocks, Splunk surges on a report of a buyout offer from Cisco, Lockheed Martin terminates its deal to acquire Aerojet, top bank analyst Mike Mayo's "valentine note" to JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, plus a look at Super Bowl ads dominated by crypto and automobile companies.
Feb 14, 2022
Morning After the Sell-Off: Rates and Bullard's "100" Effect, The Countdown to the Super Bowl, Earnings Winners and Losers, and Musk's SpaceX Starship Update
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Carl Quintanilla, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli discussed another volatile day for stocks, following a Thursday sell-off sparked by inflation and interest rate hike fears. The anchors explored whether or not the markets overreacted to comments by St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, who said he would like "100 basis points in the bag by July 1." Earnings also in focus as "buy now, pay later" company Affirm tumbled on quarterly results, while Zillow and Expedia experienced gains. In Los Angeles County outside SoFi Stadium -- the site of Super Bowl LVI -- Carl previewed the big game, including a look at what is expected to be the busiest betting event in football history -- and what prominent athletes are saying about crypto. Also in focus: This week's cruise stocks rally -- one analyst told the anchors why he slapped one name in the group with a "sell" rating, SpaceX's Elon Musk highlights his Mars mission by giving his first starship update in two years, plus automakers impacted by the Canadian truckers' blockade in protest of COVID-19 vaccine mandates: A report from on the ground at the U.S.-Canada border.
Feb 11, 2022
40-year High Inflation Number Sends 10-Year Yield to 2%, Disney's Magic "Stream-Dom" Leads Earnings Parade, and Fmr. SEC Chair on Congressional Stock Trading Ban
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Carl Quintanilla, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli led off the show with inflation data that pressured the markets: The Consumer Price Index for January up a hotter-than-expected 7.5% from a year ago -- a 40-year high. On that news, the10-year note yield hit 2% for the first time since 2019. The anchors explored what it all could mean for stocks and the Fed's interest rate strategy. In connection with the inflation story, they also reacted to earnings from the likes of Coca-Cola and PepsiCo. Carl, Morgan and Mike took a deep dive into Disney: The stock jumped sharply on quarterly results boosted by streaming subscriber growth and a rebound in its theme park business. Cowen's Disney analyst joined the show to discuss what he sees ahead for the stock. Former SEC Chair Jay Clayton also appeared on the program with his take on the movement to ban members of Congress from trading stocks. Also in focus: Uber, Mattel and Twilio get a lift from quarterly results, while Twitter posts a Q4 miss and announces a new $4 billion stock buyback program.
Feb 10, 2022
Extending The Market Rally, Speaker Pelosi and the Congressional Stock Trading Ban, The Meta "Curse" in 2022 and Yum! Brands' CEO on Earnings, Food and Inflation
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Carl Quintanilla, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli discussed the extension of Tuesday's stock rally as the recent jump in bond yields took a breather and bargain hunters snapped up tech shares. The anchors reacted to Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic's comments to CNBC -- he said he's hopeful a slow decline in inflation is in the cards. Speaking of inflation Shares of Chipotle rose sharply on better-than-expected quarterly results fueled by higher menu prices. Yum! Brands CEO David Gibbs joined the program to discuss his company's quarterly results as revenues and same-store sales beat forecasts. Big news out of Washington as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi now says she is getting behind the movement to ban members of Congress from trading stocks while in office. Also in focus: How investors should play Meta's 2022 stock slump and fall below $600 billion in market cap, Lyft’s quarterly results and the omicron effect, plus Peloton's post-shakeup stock surge.
Feb 09, 2022
Shake-up at Peloton, Nvidia-Arm Deal Scrapped, Pfizer Slumps on Revenue Miss, Meta Extends Losses, and Neil Young Takes Aim at Spotify ... Again.
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Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli led off the program with big news involving Peloton: Co-Founder John Foley to step down as CEO and be replaced by former Spotify executive Barry McCarthy. Foley will become executive chair. Peloton also confirmed it plans to cut 2,800 jobs -- and reported a larger-than-expected quarterly loss. The anchors explored what it all means for Peloton's future and reacted to Foley's conference call comments about "missteps along the way." Tech M&A also in the spotlight as Nvidia abandons its deal to acquire chip designer Arm from Softbank, citing heightened regulatory scrutiny. Also in focus: Pfizer shares slump on guidance and a revenue miss, Meta shares extend losses - the Facebook parent falls below Nvidia in market cap, Peter Thiel to retire from Meta's board, GM gets downgraded, a "Faber Report" on Softbank's earnings and message from CEO Masayoshi Son, and music legend Neil Young calls on Spotify employees to quit the company in wake of the Joe Rogan podcast controversy.
Feb 08, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #2: Getting to Venus with Rocket Lab’s Peter Beck
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In this episode of Manifest Space, CNBC’s Morgan Brennan speaks with Rocket Lab’s founder and CEO Peter Beck. The company, dubbed by Wall Street as an end-to-end pure space play, provides launch service, spacecraft and satellite component design and manufacturing. Hear their deep-dive into the origins of the company, the latest on their reusable rocket manufacturing and Beck’s vision for Venus.
Feb 08, 2022
Peloton Soars on Buyout Interest Reports, Spotify CEO: "Silencing" Joe Rogan Is Not The Answer, and Airline M&A: Frontier-Spirit Merger Deal
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Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli looked at what's ahead for the market after a volatile week for stocks. They also explored what to make of Peloton: The stock soaring on reports that Amazon, Nike and others are mulling possible bids for the company. M&A also in focus: Discount airlines Frontier and Spirit agree to a merger deal. The anchors discussed the latest chapter in the Spotify-Joe Rogan podcast controversy: CEO Daniel Ek apologized to employees regarding how they've been affected, but added that he won't pull Rogan from Spotify -- "I do not believe silencing Joe is the answer." Also in focus: Alibaba shares fall -- plus where Softbank fits into the picture, Amazon's stock buyback, Tyson shares spike after higher prices led to blowout earnings, and Salesforce's Olympics and Super Bowl ad takes aim at Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg when it comes to the metaverse.
Feb 07, 2022
Amazon and Snap Surge After The Meta-Fueled Tech Sell-off, Labor Secretary Walsh on the January Jobs Report, and Ford Slumps on a Q4 Miss.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked off the program by focusing on tech after Thursday's sell-off: Amazon and Snap each up double-digits after beating Wall Street estimates with their respective quarterly results.-- but Facebook parent Meta Platforms extended losses after experiencing a record one-day market cap loss of $232 billion. What should investors make of the tech volatility? The anchors also discussed the better-than-expected employment report which shows 467,000 jobs were added in January despite the omicron spread. Carl, Jim and David interviewed U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh about the jobs data, what's behind the sharp November and December revisions -- and where COVID fits into the picture. Also in focus: Ford and Clorox tumble on earnings misses, a "Faber Report" on the future of "Warner Bros. Discovery" as media executives weigh in on the shakeup at CNN, and Cramer previews his CNBC Investing Club special event featuring AMD CEO Lisa Su.
Feb 04, 2022
Tech Sell-off and the "Meta-Reverse": Shares of Facebook's Parent Plunge and Spotify Sinks on Outlook
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with an in-depth look into Facebook parent Meta Platforms: The stock on track for its worst-ever one day performance after the company's weaker-than-expected earnings, user numbers and guidance. The Meta news dragging down social media stocks as part of an overall tech sell-off. The anchors reacted to what Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on his company's earnings call about competition from TikTok. Cramer explained why Meta plummeting constitutes an "eyeball moment." Shares of Spotify also down sharply despite upbeat growth numbers -- its subscriber outlook disappointed Wall Street amid the Joe Rogan podcast controversy. Also in focus: How investors in big tech should navigate the markets now, ECB's Christine Lagarde says she won't rule out a 2022 rate hike, plus why T-Mobile and other stocks are higher in the midst of a market sell-off.
Feb 03, 2022
Earnings Wednesday: Alphabet Soars, PayPal Tumbles -- and "First on CNBC" Interviews with the CEOs of GM, AMD and Starbucks
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored market reaction to earnings taking center stage on a busy Wednesday: Shares of Google parent Alphabet soared after it posted better-than-expected quarterly results and declared a 20-for-1 stock split, while PayPal shares tumbled after the company missed bottom line forecasts and issued a weaker-than-expected current quarter outlook. Cramer weighed in on whether investors should buy PayPal on the slump. A trio of CEOs joined the program to discuss their respective quarterly results and more: General Motors' Mary Barra on ramping up electric vehicle production as part of her company's growth strategy, AMD's Lisa Su on strong data center chip demand and the company's planned acquisition of Xilinx, and Starbucks' Kevin Johnson on high costs impacting the coffee chain's bottom line and outlook -- as well as challenges related to the omicron outbreak and employees pushing to unionize.
Feb 02, 2022
Markets Enter February, AT&T Slumps on Planned Dividend Cut and WarnerMedia Spin-off, UPS Leads Earnings Gainers and Tom Brady Announces Retirement
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On the first trading day of February Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what's ahead for the markets after a January to forget for the bulls. On the earnings front, shares of UPS surged on upbeat results, guidance and a 49% dividend hike -- while Exxon Mobil posted a mixed fourth quarter. David takes an in-depth look at AT&T: Shares fell sharply after the company announced plans to slash its dividend and spin off WarnerMedia after the Discovery deal closes. Also in focus: What to expect from Alphabet's earnings, the FTC to review Microsoft's planned $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard, The New York Times buys popular online word game "Wordle" and seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady announces his retirement from the NFL. Carl, Jim and David react to the Brady news and discuss how successful the season has been for the NFL.
Feb 01, 2022
Bulls to January: “Good Riddance!,” Spotify Responds to Joe Rogan Controversy, Citrix to Go Private in $16.5B Deal, Cathie Wood’s Robinhood Bargain Hunt and Netflix Jumps
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On the last trading day of the month, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed a rough January for stocks and one of the worst-ever starts to the year for the Nasdaq. What could signs of a slowdown in China mean for the markets going forward? Spotify responding to the controversy surrounding its podcast hosted by Joe Rogan, who has been accused of spreading misinformation about COVID-19. The streaming service published its platform rules -- and said it will add a content advisory directing listeners to its COVID-19 information hub. The anchors reacted to Spotify’s move and Rogan’s apology. Shares of Citrix fell after the cloud company agreed to be taken private by affiliates of Elliott Investment Management and Vista Equity Partners for $16.5 billion including the assumption of debt. Also in focus: Why Netflix started the session as the top performer on the S&P 500, Cathie Wood’s ARK Invest buys Robinhood shares at record lows, and The New York Times’ surprise involving Cramer.
Jan 31, 2022
End of a Volatile Market Week, Apple Jumps on Earnings, Robinhood’s Slump Steepens and “SARK” vs. Cathie Wood’s “ARKK”
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at Apple: Shares rose after the company posted better-than-expected quarterly results, including an 11% jump in revenue. The anchors reacted to what Apple CEO Tim Cook told CNBC about improvement in the supply chain as well as the sales performance of Apple’s products. Other earnings in the spotlight: Visa, Caterpillar and Chevron – on the final trading day of a volatile week for stocks, with Nasdaq on pace for its worst January in history. Robinhood shares tumbled on wider-than-expected losses and weaker guidance. Carl, Jim and David reacted to earnings call comments by CEO Vlad Tenev about Robinhood’s stock price – down more than 70% from its IPO price. Cramer highlighted a tough month for Cathie Wood’s ARK Innovation ETF (ARKK) and the big surge by Tuttle Capital’s “SARK” – an ETF that Jim says “literally shorts whatever Cathie goes long.” Find out where “Cutty Sark” fits into the mix.
Jan 28, 2022
Markets Rally, Tesla and the Earnings Parade, Southwest’s Outgoing CEO on Profitability and Omicron, ServiceNow CEO on Stock Surge, and Netflix and “Bill.”
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One day after the Fed weighed on markets by signaling a mid-March rate hike, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber stayed on top of a rally sparked in part by stronger-than-expected fourth quarter GDP, showing 6.9% growth on an annualized basis. Cramer explained how investors should approach high-multiple stocks. The anchors also explored market reaction to earnings from the likes of Tesla, Intel, McDonald’s and NBCUniversal parent Comcast. Southwest Airlines Chairman & CEO Gary Kelly discussed his company’s first quarterly operating profit since the pandemic began, as well as the challenges ahead due to omicron. Kelly passes the CEO reins to Robert Jordan on Tuesday. ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott also appeared on the program to discuss quarterly results that propelled the stock higher by double-digits. Also in focus: Netflix rallies after hedge fund manager Bill Ackman disclosed a stake in the company.
Jan 27, 2022
Rollercoaster Week Rolls On: Markets Rally Ahead of Fed Decision, Exclusives With the CEOs of Boeing and AT&T, and the Cloud Boosts Microsoft
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One day after another furious late session rebound for stocks – this one falling short – Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what to make of the markets rallying hours ahead of a much-anticipated Fed decision and statement. Microsoft giving the tech sector a big boost after reporting quarterly results and guidance. The anchors reacted to Microsoft’s earnings call, including CFO Amy Hood’s cloud growth comments that lifted the stock and CEO Satya Nadella’s remarks on how the Activision Blizzard deal could help Microsoft shape the metaverse. In an exclusive, Phil LeBeau and Jim interviewed Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun, who explained why the company’s $4.4 billion charge in the fourth quarter should not overshadow the progress his company is making. David spoke exclusively with AT&T CEO John Stankey about the company’s quarterly results, the wireless/broadband wars and when Stankey expects the “Warner Bros. Discovery” merger to close.
Jan 26, 2022
Market Slumps After Historic Rebound and Earnings Season Heats Up – Interviews with the CEOs of GE and Raytheon Technologies.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber delved into another volatile day for the markets. Stocks tumble one day after an amazing turnaround for the major indices, which finished Monday’s session in the green after the Dow erased a 1,000+ point loss and the Nasdaq recovered from a 4.9% plunge. Jim explains why he tweeted “a big down opening that tests near the lows of yesterday” would be good for the market. Earnings also on the front burner: American Express was the biggest S&P 500 gainer on better-than-expected quarterly results, while shares of General Electric and Raytheon Technologies each fell sharply on mixed results. GE Chairman & CEO Larry Culp and Raytheon Chairman & CEO Greg Hayes joined the program to discuss their companies’ numbers and the road ahead: Also in focus: Semiconductors and the tech slump, the Fed begins its two-day policy meeting and Lockheed Martin says it expects the Federal Trade Commission will likely sue to block its planned $4.4 billion deal for Aerojet Rocketdyne.
Jan 25, 2022
Manifest Space Episode #1: Mission Launch...Space Billionaires
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With a surge of rocket launches, human spaceflight and startups looking to go public, the new space race is here. But who stands to benefit from the profits beyond our atmosphere? In the pilot episode of “Manifest Space,” CNBC’s Morgan Brennan breaks down how space billionaires are leading the way toward the final frontier. Hear interviews with Jeff Bezos, Sir. Richard Branson, Jared Isaacman and more.
Jan 25, 2022
Ugly Start to the Week for Stocks: Rate Hike Worries, Russia-Ukraine Tensions, Crypto Collapses, Earnings Watch -- and When Will Growth Stocks Bottom?
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on stocks tumbling to begin the week – the Dow falling for a seventh-straight day, the S&P 500 entering correction territory and the Nasdaq touching eight-month lows. Also in the mix: Bitcoin extending losses, down 50% from its record high. The anchors explored what investors should do now in wake of rate hike worries ahead of this week’s two-day Fed meeting, geopolitics and Russia-Ukraine tensions, and the slump in growth stocks ahead of this week’s earnings reports from the likes of Apple and Microsoft. Unilever and Kohl’s bucking the downtrend, surging on activist investor-related news.
Jan 24, 2022
Netflix Plummets, Peloton After the Sell-Off, Nasdaq Correction Deepens, Intel’s $20B Bet, and Carl Icahn Says Some Market Multiples Are “Crazy”
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On a big day full of tech news, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with Netflix: Shares tumbled more than 20% in reaction to the company’s subscriber growth outlook. The anchors discussed what’s at stake for the streaming landscape and brought back the “penguins” as analysts lined up to downgrade Netflix. After Peloton shares fell 24% Thursday on CNBC’s report that the company is temporarily halting production on its key products, Peloton announced it is reviewing its production levels – and CEO John Foley fired back at the CNBC report. Also in focus: Nasdaq on track for its worst week since March 2020, Intel to invest $20 billion in two new plants in Ohio to manufacture advanced chips, buying semiconductor stocks on the dips, “the danger of SPACs,” and Carl Icahn to CNBC on the markets: “Some of the multiples are crazy.”
Jan 21, 2022
The Nasdaq Correction, SEC Chair Gensler’s Message on Regulating Crypto, Omicron Effect on Airline Earnings and Bookings, and Capitalizing on the Energy Rally
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored markets trying to rebound amid the recent tech sector slump: Nasdaq in correction territory – down 10% from its highs – and entering the session down more than 8% since the beginning of the month. SEC Chair Gary Gensler says to expect increased regulatory scrutiny of cryptocurrency trading platforms. The anchors reacted to what Gensler told Jim Cramer on CNBC when it comes to Dogecoin. Airline earnings from American and Delta also in the spotlight – as well as what the carriers’ CEOs told CNBC about the omicron variant’s impact on bookings. Also in focus: The energy sector rally and ESG, meme stock moves and Ford vs. Tesla.
Jan 20, 2022
Squawk on the Street
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The opening hour of CNBC’s "Squawk on the Street" with Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber is broadcast each weekday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, on site at the opening bell with the up-to-the-minute news investors need to know and interviews with the most influential CEOs and greatest market minds.
Jan 19, 2022
Microsoft Gaming and Activision Blizzard CEOs on Their Companies’ Mega-Deal, Goldman Sachs Misses and Stocks Tumble, Exxon's Net Zero Carbon Emissions Goal, and BlackRock's Fink on "Woke" Capitalism
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with news of a mega-deal: Microsoft agreeing to acquire "Call of Duty" videogame publisher Activision Blizzard for $95 per share or $68.7 billion in cash. Becky Quick, Jim and David interviewed Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer and Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick in a CNBC Exclusive. There was more for the anchors to discuss on a busy Tuesday: Markets in sell-off mode as yields rise and Goldman Sachs posts a fourth-quarter earnings miss, BlackRock CEO Larry Fink out with his annual letter in which he says stakeholder capitalism is not "woke," Exxon Mobil aims for net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, the tech sector extends its 2022 slump and GlaxoSmithKline rejects Unilever's $68.4 billion offer to acquire GSK's consumer health business.
Jan 18, 2022
Big Bank Earnings and a Retail Sales Slump Weigh on Markets -- While Tech Tries to Rebound From Thursday's Sell-off
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David Faber, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli focused on a rough start for the Dow and S&P 500: Both under pressure after big banks kicked off earnings season with their quarterly results -- and new data showed weaker-than-expected retail sales in December in wake of the omicron outbreak and inflation. JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup each fell sharply after posting a decline in quarterly profits, while Wells Fargo's results gave the stock a lift. Piper Sandler analyst Jeff Harte offered his perspective on the banks, while top retail analyst Matthew Boss of J.P. Morgan shared his favorite names in the group he covers. Also in focus: The tech stocks bouncing back from Thursday's sell-off, Fedspeak on rate hikes, casino stocks rally, Disney gets downgraded and space stocks take a hit.
Jan 14, 2022
Markets & Inflation Data Day 2, Fed Vice Chair Nominee Heads to the Hill, VP Harris on COVID Test "Urgency", Delta Beats, and TPG's IPO: The Biggest of 2022
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Inflation once again on center stage: Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli focused on market reaction to a tamer-than-expected Producer Price Index for December -- as well as growth stocks vs. value. The anchors also discussed Fed Vice Chair nominee Lael Brainard's prepared testimony on inflation ahead of her confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill. Carl, David and Mike reacted to Vice President Kamala Harris' comments to NBC's "Today" show -- she estimates COVID-19 tests for all Americans will go out next week, calling the move "a matter of urgency" for the White House. Cowen internet analyst John Blackledge joined the program to discuss his 2022 ad tech outlook as well as why he downgraded Snap. Also in focus: Delta posting better-than-expected fourth-quarter results despite the omicron variant spread, private equity firm TPG going public with the biggest IPO of 2022 so far, and AMC CEO Adam Aron unloading $7 million more of his company's shares -- but tweeting that he's finished selling.
Jan 13, 2022
Markets Shrug Off Hot Inflation Data, the Financials on a Record Run, and Has the Nasdaq Bottomed? Plus: Biogen Slumps on Medicare and Alzheimer's Drug News: Reaction from the CEO of Novartis
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber on inflation watch: Markets rise despite data showing consumer prices up 7% in December from a year ago. Cramer offered his perspective on how Fed Chair Jerome Powell is handling inflation in wake of Tuesday's re-confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill. The anchors also reacted to what Domino's CEO Richard Allison told CNBC about how he sees the inflation picture. Also in focus: The financial sector's record run ahead of big bank earnings, Nasdaq coming off its best day in three weeks: Has it bottomed? Dish Network shares jump on reports it is in merger talks with DirecTV, DoorDash CEO Tony Xu joins the board of Facebook parent Meta and Biogen shares tumble on Medicare decided it would only cover the company's Alzheimer's drug under certain conditions. On day three of the J.P. Morgan Healthcare conference, Meg Tirrell interviewed Novartis CEO Vas Narasimhan about everything from its licensing of a COVID drug to Medicare's decision on covering Biogen's Alzheimer's drug.
Jan 12, 2022
Tech’s Turnaround, Powell on the Hill, Reddit Rebellion: 1-Year Later
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at the market volatility, with the Nasdaq snapping a 4-day losing streak during yesterday’s late rebound. The S&P is looking to avoid it 6th straight day of declines. The anchors also hit the 1-year anniversary of the Reddit Rebellion, when Chewy co-founder Ryan Cohen was named to Gamestop’s board of directors. Shares of $GME are up more than 500% over the last 12-months. Also in the mix: Abercrombie & Fitch shares moved higher despite the retailer lowering its guidance for fourth-quarter sales. This follows Lululemon warning of reduced Q4 revenue earlier in the week, citing staff shortages and reduced store hours due to the surge in Covid-19 cases.
Jan 11, 2022
Stocks and Crypto Extend Slump, Exclusive With Take-Two CEO on Zynga Deal, and Gilead Sciences CEO on the Battle to Treat COVID
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored how investors should navigate a rough start to the week for stocks: The tech sector extending its 2022 sell-off amid rising bond yields. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies also continuing to take a hit. Take-Two Interactive was the S&P 500's worst performer after the home of "Grand Theft Auto" announced it has agreed to acquire mobile gaming company Zynga for $9.86 per share in cash and stock, representing a 64% premium to Friday's closing price. Take-Two Chairman & CEO Strauss Zelnick appeared on the program exclusively to discuss the deal. As part of CNBC's coverage of the virtual J.P. Morgan Health Care Conference, Meg Tirrell interviewed Gilead Sciences CEO Daniel O'Day about his company's antiviral "Remdesivir" and how the treatment is faring against the COVID-19 omicron variant. Carl, Jim and David reacted to Wall Street firms' top stock picks for 2022.
Jan 10, 2022
White House CEA Chair Reacts to December Jobs Data, GameStop Surges on NFT/Crypto Report and Abbott Labs CEO Looks to Boost COVID Test Production as Omicron Spreads
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer focused on market reaction to the big news of the morning: The December employment report showed non-farm payrolls up 199,000 -- about half of what Wall Street had been expecting -- but the unemployment rate fell to 3.9%. Cecelia Rouse -- Chair of President Biden's Council of Economic Advisers -- joined the program to discuss the jobs report, inflation, the COVID-19 omicron variant outbreak and what's at stake for the economy. GameStop shares soared on a report that the videogame retailer is launching a division to develop a marketplace for NFTs and establish cryptocurrency partnerships. The anchors did a "Squawk on the Street" flashback to April 2021 when Cramer said that GameStop has to "go crypto." Also in focus: Abbott Labs’ CEO said the company plans to boost production of its COVID-19 test kits to 100 million a month, Cramer on companies that should have gone public via IPO instead of striking SPAC deals, plus an upbeat week for the banking sector and cruise line stocks.
Jan 07, 2022
Morning After the "Fed Minutes" Sell-Off, Tech's New Year Tumble, The Crypto Slide and Pres. Biden's Remarks on January 6 One Year After the Capitol Hill Attack.
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored how investors should navigate the markets and a slumping tech sector, one day after the minutes from the December Fed meeting sparked a Wall Street sell-off on interest rate fears -- resulting in the Nasdaq's worst day in eleven months. The anchors also discussed what to make of the deepening losses in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Carl and Jim also reacted to President Biden's speech on the first anniversary of the January 6 Capitol Hill attack. Also in focus: Why Wells Fargo downgraded Target and Dollar General, Netflix gets hit with Wall Street price target cuts, the White House says COVID-19 stimulus talks with lawmakers are ongoing, plus what New York City Mayor Eric Adams told CNBC about how Wall Street should get workers back to the office.
Jan 06, 2022
Tech Sector Extends Losses, Growth Stocks' "Shellacking," the White House Doubles Up on Pfizer's COVID Pill and France's Macron Says "Piss Off" the Unvaccinated.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed tech stocks extending losses from Tuesday's sell-off in light of rising rates. David highlighted the "shellacking" growth stocks have taken as of late, including Shopify, business software provider HubSpot, plus Salesforce and Adobe -- UBS cut both stocks from "Buy" to "Neutral." Lots of news surrounding COVID, including the CDC declining to add a negative test result requirement to its updated isolation guidelines, the Biden Administration doubling its order of Pfizer's antiviral pills to treat COVID -- and French President Macron's vow to "piss off" the unvaccinated. As for autos: Ford U.S. auto sales fell in December from a year ago but surged sequentially in Q4 -- and Chrysler said it plans to have an all-electric vehicle lineup by 2028. Also in focus: Allegiant Air orders 50 Boeing 737 Max jets, media stocks' upbeat start to 2022, travel stocks get a lift and shares of Beyond Meat jumps on news that KFC will roll out the company’s fried chicken substitute nationwide starting Monday.
Jan 05, 2022
New Market Records Despite Daily COVID Cases at 1M, $3T Apple, Banks Surge, Ford's "Lightning" Strike, and Theranos Founder Holmes Found Guilty of Fraud.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber delved into another historic day for stocks: The Dow and S&P 500 setting fresh all-time highs, despite the news that daily COVID cases in the U.S. shattered records by surpassing one million on Monday. The anchors explored what's ahead for Apple one day after it briefly touched a $3 trillion valuation for the first time. They also discussed why bank stocks are helping to fuel the markets' record run. Ford among the big winners, up sharply after saying it plans to nearly double its annual production target for the "F-150 Lightning" electric pickup truck -- and announcing it would start accepting purchase orders for the vehicle. Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes found guilty on four counts of fraud. Coverage included a report outside federal court in California, plus anchor reaction to a highlight from Cramer's 2015 interview with Holmes on CNBC.
Jan 04, 2022
2022 Market Kick-off, Carl and Jim Back at the NYSE, Omicron Spreads and FDA Approves Pfizer Booster for Kids 12-15, While Tesla Surges on Record Deliveries.
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On the first trading day of 2022, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what to expect from stocks this year after a bullish 2021. Carl and Jim returned to the NYSE for the first time since testing positive for COVID. The anchors discussed the challenges the country faces as the omicron variant outbreak accelerates – as well as developments including The FDA decision to authorize Pfizer COVID vaccine booster shots for children as young as twelve. Cramer says "I am done begging people to get vaccinated." The big stock story: Tesla shares surge after the company announced record fourth-quarter vehicle deliveries and an 87% jump in 2021 deliveries from a year ago. Also in focus: Wall Street’s bullish calls on the chip sector, AT&T and Verizon reject the FAA's request to delay the launch of 5G services -- and Apple resumes its march toward a $3 trillion market cap.
Jan 03, 2022
CNBC SPECIAL: Bob Iger’s Exit Interview
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After nearly 50 years at the company, Bob Iger is stepping away from Disney. During his 15-year tenure as its CEO, 10 as its Chairman, Iger led the transformational acquisitions of Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm and 21st Century Fox, launched its Disney Plus streaming platform and helped steer the company through the coronavirus pandemic. After repeatedly pushing off his retirement, Iger now says he has “no regrets” on his decision and timing around stepping down. In this exclusive sit down, CNBC’s David Faber interviews Iger on his experience leading one of the most iconic media companies, the challenges he faced during his tenure, the future of the media business and what his plans are post-Disney. This is the their full conversation from December, 2021. You can watch the full interview on CNBC.com.
Jan 03, 2022
Bulls Win Big in 2021, The S&P 500 Tops the Major Indices, Omicron Effect on Travel, EV Stocks Outlook for 2022, and Sen. Sanders vs. Buffett.
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On the final trading day of 2021, Scott Wapner, Leslie Picker and Mike Santoli explored what has been a bullish year for the stock markets despite volatility and the pandemic: The S&P 500 up 27%, outperforming the Nasdaq and the Dow. The anchors looked at this year's biggest market drivers and the action surrounding "meme stocks" such as GameStop and AMC. Then there's the effect of the COVID-19 omicron variant on travel, with airlines canceling more than 1,300 flights on Thursday and the CDC warning against cruise ship travel despite vaccination status. Also in focus: The 2022 outlook for EV stocks after a year that saw Tesla join the $1 trillion market cap club and Rivian surpass General Motors and Ford to become the second-most valuable automaker in the U.S., the year’s biggest market losers - Peloton's big slump continues thanks to a Wall Street downgrade, plus: Sen. Bernie Sanders tweet-slams Warren Buffett for not intervening in a Berkshire Hathaway-owned company's labor strike.
Dec 31, 2021
Record Closing Highs for the S&P 500: 70 and Counting? Plus: The Omicron Challenge, Micron and Samsung's Lockdown-Related Warnings and Playing Tesla in 2022.
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Scott Wapner and Leslie Picker led off with a look at what's ahead for the markets one day after the S&P 500 posted its 70th record closing high of the year. Scott and Leslie also explored how businesses are grappling with the omicron variant as the U.S. and other countries shatter records for daily COVID-19 cases. The anchors reacted to comments Dr. Anthony Fauci made on CNBC about the reduced isolation guidelines. Micron and Samsung have warned that a COVID-19 lockdown in the Chinese city of Xian could impact chip production at their manufacturing plants. Tesla announces a recall of nearly 500,000 electric vehicles, but the stock is still up 50% for the year. Should you buy it in 2022? Also in focus: Billionaire investor Bill Ackman's tweet about "the Omicron scenario I was looking for."
Dec 30, 2021
Omicron Tempers the "Santa Claus Rally," Elon Musk Sells More Tesla Shares, the Chip Sector from a CEO's Perspective, and Apple in 2022: Survey Says...
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One day after the "Santa Claus Rally" took a breather despite the S&P 500 hitting a new all-time high, Carl Quintanilla, Scott Wapner and Leslie Picker focused on markets trying to shrug off the omicron variant spread -- as cases surge and businesses try to cope with the outbreak without implementing lockdowns. The anchors also discussed Elon Musk's sale of another $1 billion in Tesla shares - moving closer to his goal of divesting his 10% stake in the company. The stock up 40% in three months, while Rivian, Ford and General Motors jockey for second place in the U.S. autos market cap race. Cypress Semiconductor founder and former CEO T.J. Rodgers joined the program to the share his outlook for the chip sector after a strong 2021. Also in focus: What the latest CNBC Stock Survey says about what to expect from Apple in 2022.
Dec 29, 2021
A Fresh Record High for the S&P 500, The New Omicron Rules, Peloton's Plunge, The "Green Chips" and 2022 Buying Opportunities
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Carl Quintanilla, Scott Wapner and Leslie Picker discussed another record-setting day for stocks: The "Santa Claus Rally" continues with the S&P 500 hitting a fresh all-time intraday high. This as the omicron variant remains in the spotlight: The CDC cutting isolation time for those with asymptomatic COVID infections, Goldman Sachs reportedly requiring employees returning to the office to get booster shots, and Apple closing its twelve New York City stores to indoor traffic due to the omicron outbreak. Also in focus: Peloton shares down 75% this year -- are they worth buying ahead of the New Year? Plus: a record run for the chip sector, big tech moves from Tesla to Apple, and 2022 buying opportunities in the retail sector.
Dec 28, 2021
Travel Stocks Down on Omicron But the S&P 500 Sets a New All-Time High, the Holiday Retail Sales Boost and Big Tech vs. Regulation in 2022.
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On the first trading day after Christmas, Carl Quintanilla, Scott Wapner and Kayla Tausche discussed why the S&P 500 hit a new record high despite the omicron outbreak, while travel stocks are taking a hit in wake of flight cancellations and the increase in COVID cases on cruise ships. Meantime, Moderna is facing shareholder pressure over the cost of its COVID vaccines. The anchors also explored data indicating the strongest holiday sales jump in 17 years -- and what that means for the economy and retail stocks heading into 2022. Also in focus: China’s Didi blocking investors from selling their shares in the company indefinitely, GoDaddy shares jump after activist investor Starboard takes a 6.5% stake in the company, plus what’s on tap for big tech in 2022 as the group faces regulatory headwinds.
Dec 27, 2021
The Santa Claus Rally, FDA Authorizes Merck and Pfizer COVID Treatment Pills, Chinese Stocks Under Pressure, Nikola Surges and Disney's Iger Talks Sports Rights.
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On the final trading day before Christmas, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on stocks aiming for a third straight day of gains, as investors shrug off worries about the omicron variant. Cramer weighs in on the "Santa Claus Rally" and explains why "it's very much an Nvidia market." The anchors discussed the FDA's authorization of Merck and Ridgeback Therapeutics' COVID-19 antiviral pill for emergency use -- one day after Pfizer's version was approved by the agency. Carl, Jim and David also reacted to President Biden's comments to ABC News: He said he doesn't think the shortage of at-home COVID tests is "a failure." Also in focus: Chinese stocks under pressure after Tencent announced it is slashing its stake in JD.com, Nikola shares soar after the EV startup said it completed its first electric vehicle delivery, and David's exclusive interview with Disney's Bob Iger on the future of sports rights.
Dec 23, 2021
After the Rally: Omicron's Impact on Markets and Corporations, Musk Says He's "Sold Enough" Tesla Stock and Blasts Sen. Warren Again, and Disney's Iger on Dealing With Rupert Murdoch
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The morning after stocks recouped losses from Monday's sell-off, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what investors should make of the COVID-19 Omicron outbreak after President Biden outlined his strategy for combating the variant. The anchors stressed the importance of getting the FDA to approve an oral treatment for COVID. Delta's CEO is asking the CDC to reduce its quarantine guidelines for breakthrough cases from ten days to five, while Amazon, T-Mobile and Facebook parent Meta are among the companies pulling out of the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show due to Omicron's spread. The anchors reacted to Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb telling CNBC the government has dropped the ball when it comes to making at-home tests available. Carl, Jim and David also discussed Tesla shares rising after Elon Musk said he has "sold enough" to meet his goal of selling ten percent of his stake in the company. The anchors also reacted to Musk continuing to blast Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA): In an interview with news satire website "The Babylon Bee," Musk defended the amount in taxes has he to pay and claimed Warren "hasn't paid taxes, basically, at all." Also in focus: More from David's exclusive "exit interview" with Bob Iger: Disney's outgoing chairman explained what it was like to deal with Ruppert Murdoch and Fox.
Dec 22, 2021
David’s Exclusive With Disney's Bob Iger - The “Exit Interview.” The Market Bounces Back After the Sell-off, Carl Discloses Positive COVID Test, An Exclusive With Micron's CEO, and Nike Leads the Dow Higher
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets recouping most of their losses from Monday's sell-off, which was sparked by fears about the omicron variant spread. Cramer says December 21 historically marks the start of the "Santa Claus Rally.” Carl makes a surprise announcement: Like Jim, he has tested positive for COVID-19. David Faber had an exclusive and wide-ranging "exit interview" with Disney's Bob Iger, who is stepping down as chairman at the end of the year, following a 15-year run as CEO that ended in 2020. Micron shares topped the Nasdaq 100 in early trading: CEO Sanjay Mehrotra joined the program exclusively to discuss the chipmaker's upbeat quarterly results and guidance -- and why he sees chip shortages easing in 2022. Also in focus: Nike leads the Dow higher on an earnings beat despite supply chain issues, plus a look at how investors should approach pharma/vaccine/test kit stocks as President Biden prepares to outline his strategy for combating the omicron outbreak.
Dec 21, 2021
Omicron Fears Spark Market Sell-off, Cramer Discloses He Tested Positive for COVID, Sen. Manchin Rejects "Build Back Better”, plus Movies, Omicron and Meme Stocks with AMC’s CEO.
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Jim Cramer and David Faber took a deep dive into the markets beginning the week in sell-off mode due to fears about the COVID-19 omicron variant spread: Jim says there are still "a lot of good stocks for sale." Cramer also disclosed that he has tested positive for COVID. Hear what Jim had to say about his experience and how he's feeling now. The anchors reacted to the announcement by Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) that he is a "No" vote on President Biden's "Build Back Better" legislation. AMC Entertainment Chairman & CEO Adam Aron appeared on the program. He discussed a strong weekend at his theaters despite the omicron spread -- the turnout sparked by the new "Spider-Man" film's blockbuster debut. Aron also spoke about his recent sale of some AMC shares after they soared and became one of the original "meme stocks." Also in focus: Moderna said data show its COVID booster shot shows higher protection against omicron, Oracle confirmed it has agreed to buy Cerner in a $28 billion deal, and David previewed his exclusive with Disney Executive Chairman and former CEO Bob Iger set to air Tuesday.
Dec 20, 2021
Volatile Friday for Stocks, Tech Under Pressure, Omicron Outbreak Jitters, Rivian Tumbles, a GM Unit CEO Gets Ready to "Cruise", and FedEx Jumps On An Earnings Beat.
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One day after the worst sell-off for the tech sector since September, Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Morgan Brennan focused on a volatile Friday for stocks as fears about rising rates and the COVID omicron variant spread take center stage. Shares of EV startup Rivian hit hard after the newly public company posted a quarterly loss and warned it would miss its 2021 production target. Shares of General Motors fell after it announced that the CEO of its "Cruise" autonomous driving unit is leaving the company. Also in focus: FedEx jumps on a quarterly earnings beat and a $5 billion stock buyback, The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's inquiry into "buy now, pay later" firms including Affirm, sources say Oracle is in talks to buy infotech company Cerner, and the CDC recommends that adults receive the Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccines rather than the Johnson & Johnson shot.
Dec 17, 2021
Fed Moves vs. Omicron Fears - Market Reaction, the CDC's Holiday COVID Warning, Apple Shifts on "Return to Work", Plus: McDonald's, Its Former CEO and the $105M Settlement.
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The morning after a Fed-fueled rally, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored the decision by Fed Chair Powell and his fellow policymakers to ramp up tapering – while indicating they might raise interest rates three times by the end of 2022. How should future rate hikes and the omicron variant outbreak fit into your investment strategy? The CDC has warned of a 55% surge in weekly COVID cases by Christmas Day, while Apple said it is delaying employees' return to the office to a date "yet to be determined." McDonald's reached a lawsuit settlement with its former CEO Steve Easterbrook, who had been fired for misconduct. Easterbrook paid back compensation valued at $105 million. Also in focus: Adobe and Lennar fall on earnings while Delta projects a surprise Q4 profit, a big list of Wall Street upgrades and downgrades, and the latest on Ford, Rivian and the EV wars.
Dec 16, 2021
Bracing for the Fed's Next Move as Retail Sales Disappoint, Elon Musk Fires Back at Sen. Warren., Plus the Omicron Variant Effect
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with November retail sales data which came in well below economists' expectations, setting the stage for Wednesday's key Fed decision: With inflation in the mix, how much of a policy shift can investors expect? The anchors also discussed a spat between Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Elon Musk: In a tweet, Warren accused him of "freeloading" when it comes to paying taxes, Musk fired back at the senator with tweets of his own. Worries about COVID in the spotlight as cases rise and the CDC warns of a spike in infections due to the omicron variant . Will we see more shutdowns -- and is it a crisis of the unvaccinated? Also in focus: Eli Lilly shares higher on upbeat guidance, reaction to Wall Street firms' top picks for 2022, and find out why Cramer was hugging Faber.
Dec 15, 2021
Inflation Surges, Fed "In Trouble," Meme Stock Sadness, Tesla Below $1T Valuation As Musk Sells More Shares, and Pfizer's Antiviral COVID 19-Pill vs. Omicron.
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Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with market reaction to the latest inflation data: The Producer Price Index shows wholesale prices surged in November, up 9.6% year-over-year. This as the Fed kicks off its final two-day policy meeting of 2021. Cramer explained why he believes "we have a Fed that is in trouble" and what that could mean for investors. Jim and David explored what has been a rough December for "meme stocks" such as AMC and GameStop. The anchors also discussed Elon Musk selling more shares of Tesla -- the company's market cap has fallen below $1-trillion. Pfizer announced that a final study of its antiviral COVID-19 pill showed it to be 89% effective in preventing hospitalizations and deaths in high-risk patients. Pfizer also said the drug appears to be effective against the omicron variant. Also in focus: 3M's food safety unit deal and why Morgan Stanley sees 2022 as "a critical year" for Disney.
Dec 14, 2021
Apple Closes In On $3T Valuation, Musk Named Time's "Person of the Year," Harley-Davidson to Take EV Unit Public Via SPAC -- and Peloton Fires Back At the "Sex and the City" Reboot
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After the S&P 500 posted a record closing high on Friday, David Faber and Jim Cramer took a closer look at Apple: The tech giant within striking distance of hitting a $3-trillion valuation. The anchors explored a note from Goldman Sachs which says Apple, Microsoft, Nvidia, Alphabet and Tesla account for 51% of returns since April. What does this mean for investors? On the electric vehicle front: Time magazine names Elon Musk its "Person of the Year for" for 2021 -- and shares of Harley-Davidson surge on news it is taking its EV unit public via a SPAC. David and Jim also discussed Peloton firing back at its portrayal on HBO Max's "Sex and the City" reboot, which implied that its fitness equipment could lead to health complications. Peloton out with a parody ad, essentially saying that’s not true. Also in focus: Pfizer in the spotlight on a COVID booster shot study and M&A, a death in the UK from the omicron variant, Disney shares fall after "West Side Story" disappoints at the box office, and Dollar Tree vs. activists.
Dec 13, 2021
Inflation Hits a 1982 high, Oracle Soars and Larry Ellison Throws Shade, SEC Chair Gensler's Message on SPACs, and Highlights from Cramer's “Investing Club” Special.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked off the program with market reaction to inflation data showing November's Consumer Price Index rose to highs not seen since 1982. What does this mean for the Fed? The anchors reacted to comments Costco's CFO made on his company's earnings call about the supply chain and its impact on Christmas. Oracle a big topic of discussion: The stock up double-digits on strong quarterly results and chairman Larry Ellison took a veiled swipe at cloud rival Amazon Web Services on his company's earnings call. Also in focus: SEC Chair Gary Gensler's online video comments about SPACs and protecting investors, a look back at Jim Cramer's special "CNBC Investing Club" digital event -- including what Ford CEO Jim Farley told him about demand for its electric vehicles, Broadcom jumps on earnings, AMC executives sell more shares and Peloton's slump continues after a Wall Street downgrade.
Dec 10, 2021
Apple's March Toward $3T, Cathie Wood's Bubble Message, GameStop Falls, RH on the Supply Chain "Mess" and An Interview With the Current and Future CEOs of Southwest Airlines.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the road ahead for shares of Apple as it marches toward a $3-trillion market valuation. They also reacted to what ARK Invest CEO Cathie Wood told CNBC about the "innovation stocks" in her ETFs. Wood said "we are nowhere near a bubble." GameStop drops on a wider loss from a year ago and disclosure of an SEC subpoena, but the "meme stock" still up more than 750-percent in 2021. Jim interviewed Southwest Airlines Chairman & CEO Gary Kelly and incoming CEO Robert Jordan after the carrier's investor day. They discussed travel demand amid the pandemic, ESG commitments, and Southwest's game plan for growth once Kelly passes the torch to Jordan. Also in focus: RH shares surge on earnings while its CEO calls supply chains "the worst we've ever seen," plus a "Faber Report" on the 2022 outlook for broadband and cable companies that have seen their stocks slump this year.
Dec 09, 2021
After the Rally: Pfizer's COVID Booster vs. Omicron, Apple's Record Run, The EV Battle Intensifies and Stitch Fix Plummets
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The morning after the best day for both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq since March, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with news out of Pfizer and BioNTech: Data shows their COVID-19 vaccine neutralized the omicron variant with three shots. The anchors discussed market moves on that news and reacted to what Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla told CNBC about prospects for an omicron variant vaccine. Apple shares hit a new record high despite a report stating that iPhone 13 production was weaker-than-expected in September and October. Carl, Jim and David explored developments in the EV space: Barclays' note stating Rivian's deposit count lags those of Tesla and Ford, one Wall Street firm gives Tesla a $1580 price target and Ford CEO Jim Farley told CNBC how bullish he is about demand for the company's EVs. Also in focus: Stitch Fix tumbles more than 25%, Southwest's booking guidance, Roku rallies, a rough 2021 for broadband and wireless stocks, and Facebook parent "Meta" allows workers to delay their return to the office in wake of the pandemic.
Dec 08, 2021
Rally Rolls On, Intel’s Spin-Off, American Airlines’ C-Suite Shuffle
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at the markets extending yesterday’s rally, with the Dow coming off its best performance in 9 months. Among the leaders was Apple, notching a new record-high as Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty boosted her price target to $200. Another big mover in the tech sector was Intel, after announcing plans to take its self-driving car unit Mobileye public in the U.S. next year. The anchors spoke exclusively with Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger, with the new company targeting an IPO valuation upwards of $50 billion. Also in the mix: American Airlines CEO Doug Parker announced he will retire next March, after more than 20 years at the helm. He will be succeeded by the carrier’s president, Robert Isom.
Dec 07, 2021
Rivian vs. Tesla, Bitcoin’s Brutal Weekend, CNBC’s Next Generation 50
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the show with a look at the EV space heating up, as Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas called Rivian “‘the one that can challenge Tesla.” Separately, Tesla shares were under pressure as the SEC opened an investigation into the company after a whistleblower disclosed solar panel defects. The anchors also hit Bitcoin’s brutal weekend, after dropping 17% from Friday night into Saturday morning, with the cryptocurrency now below $50K. Also in the mix: CNBC launched a new index, the “CNBC Next Generation 50,” which tracks stocks younger consumers and investors are most interested in. Some names in the group include Apple, Chewy, Etsy, Lyft, Moderna and Zoom Video.
Dec 06, 2021
Commerce Secretary Reacts to the Jobs Report, Omicron and the Volatile Market Week, the FTC Sues to Block Nvidia-Arm Deal, DocuSign Plunges and Its CEO Says “We Weren’t Executing.”
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Wrapping up a volatile week for stocks, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market reaction to the November jobs report, which showed non-farm payrolls up by a lower-than-expected 210,000 but the unemployment rate fell and the labor participation rate edged higher. The anchors interviewed Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo about White House reaction to the jobs report and President Biden’s strategy for battling the COVID-19 omicron variant. Chip sector news also in the spotlight: The Federal Trade Commission said it is suing to block Nvidia’s planned $40B deal to acquire chip designer Arm from Softbank, while shares of Marvell Technology soared on quarterly results. On the flip side, stay-at-home stock darling DocuSign plunged more than 30-percent on a Q3 loss and weaker-than-expected guidance. The anchors reacted to this mea culpa from CEO Dan Springer: “We weren’t ready. We weren’t executing.”
Dec 03, 2021
Market Volatility and the Omicron Effect: An Oversold Market? Apple Slumps and Boeing Gets a China Lift
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the market volatility one day after stocks sold off on news of the first confirmed U.S. case of the COVID-19 omicron variant. Stocks surged to begin Thursday's trading but will the rally hold unlike Wednesday's action? Cramer discussed why he thinks the market is oversold and what investors should buy now. The anchors also reacted to a sharp decline in shares of Apple on a published report that says the company has warned suppliers that demand for its iPhone 13 lineup has weakened. On the flip side, Boeing shares jumped after China set a directive for resumption of 737 MAX flights. Also in focus: Ford U.S. vehicle sales rose in November as EV sales more than doubled, why one Wall Street analyst prefers General Motors to Ford, and J.P. Morgan's take on omicron: What if the variant ends up being positive for risk?
Dec 02, 2021
Markets Rebound After Tuesday’s Sell-off, An Exclusive With Exxon Mobil's Chairman & CEO, Salesforce Slumps and Names a Co-CEO, and An FDA Panel Endorses Merck's COVID-19 Pill.
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On the first trading day of December, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the rebound in stocks after Tuesday's sell-off was sparked by COVID and inflation fears. In a CNBC Exclusive, David Faber interviewed Exxon Mobil Chairman & CEO Darren Woods about the company's capital spending plan. The energy giant says it expects to double earnings and cash flow by 2027 from 2019's levels -- while also reducing emissions. The anchors reacted to shares of Salesforce declining sharply as guidance overshadowed better-than-expected quarterly results. The company also promoted Bret Taylor to the role of Co-CEO alongside Marc Benioff -- this after Taylor was named chairman of Twitter earlier in the week. Also in focus: Merck's oral COVID-19 treatment was narrowly endorsed by an FDA panel, EV stocks join the rally, plus Phil LeBeau's interview with the CEO of GE Aviation.
Dec 01, 2021
The Return of the Market's COVID Worries, Powell and Yellen Head to Capitol Hill, Twitter's Future With a New CEO, and McMillon vs. Supply Chains
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One day after the market recouped some of its losses from Friday's big sell-off, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on a rough start for stocks as worries about the COVID-19 omicron variant resurface: Moderna's CEO predicts existing vaccines will be less effective against omicron, while Regeneron's CEO says the same about its COVID antibody cocktail. The anchors discussed how investors can navigate the volatility. Carl, Jim and David also discussed what to expect from Fed Chair Powell and Treasury Secretary Yellen's testimony on the economy and COVID before the Senate Banking Committee. Also in focus: The stocks that are bucking the downtrend, the road ahead for Twitter with Parag Agrawal replacing Jack Dorsey as CEO, Walmart’s Doug McMillion expressed optimism about supply chain improvements – while Tesla’s Elon Musk tweeted that this year's "supply chain nightmare" is not over.
Nov 30, 2021
Stocks Rebound, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Steps Down
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began by breaking down the bounce back in stocks following Friday’s massive sell-off, with scientists around the world scrambling for more data about the Omicron variant. Travel and energy stocks were among the top gainers on the S&P. David Faber also reported some breaking corporate news, with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey stepping down, effective immediately. The company’s chief technology officer, Parag Agrawal, will take over the helm. Dorsey will remain a member of the Board until his term expires at the 2022 meeting of stockholders. At the time of the announcement, both shares of Twitter and Dorsey’s other company, Square, moved higher on the news.
Nov 29, 2021
Dow Plunges 1,000+ Points on New Covid Concerns
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David Faber, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli began the show with a look at stocks selling off on the shortened trading day, as a new Covid variant found in South Africa triggered a global shift away from risk assets. The Dow dropped more than 1,000 points, on pace for its worst day of the year. Jim Cramer also called-in to warn investors that today’s sell-off is not a buying opportunity, given the large amount of uncertainty still remaining. Airline and cruise stocks were among the biggest laggards on the S&P 500, but stay-at-home names like Peloton and Zoom Video surged, benefitting from the renewed Covid fears. Cryptocurrencies were also not able to avoid the carnage, with Bitcoin falling into bear market territory, trading below $55K.
Nov 26, 2021
The Tech Slump, Cathie Wood Talks Risks, Nordstrom and Gap Shares Plunge, and An Exclusive With the CEO of American Express and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
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Heading into the Thanksgiving holiday, Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli discussed what's at stake for investors in wake of this week's tech slump. The anchors also reacted to Ark Invest CEO Cathie Wood's comments to CNBC on everything from long-term risks to why she bought Zoom Media on the dips. Shares of Nordstrom and Gap each plunged more than 20% after posting disappointing Q3 results -- impacted by supply chain issues and labor costs. In a CNBC exclusive, Sara Eisen interviewed American Express CEO Steve Squeri about the recent weakness in payments stocks -- and spoke to Lin-Manuel Miranda about the reopening of Broadway. Also in focus: The Q4 outlook for airlines as holiday travel surges, HP and Dell among the earnings winners, and a mea culpa from JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon after he made a joke about the Chinese Communist Party.
Nov 24, 2021
Oil Stocks Jump Despite White House's Strategic Petroleum Reserve Plan, The Tech Slump for Zoom and Other One-Time High Fliers, Plus the COVID Effect: Travel Warnings and Medtronic's CEO
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at President Biden's decision to tap the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve in an effort to lower gasoline prices at the pump. Other countries have announced similar measures. So why are energy stocks and crude prices shrugging off that news? The anchors also focused on tech the morning after a late session sell-off for the sector, including Zoom Video tumbling despite a quarterly beat -- and why one-time high fliers such as Palantir and Chegg have lost more than half of their value this year. Also in focus: Retail earnings movers such as Best Buy ahead of "Black Friday", Activision's new "Workplace Responsibility Committee," the U.S. issues warnings not to travel to Germany and Denmark due to COVID outbreaks, and Medtronic CEO Geoffrey Martha joined the program with the stock under pressure after the company lowered guidance due to the COVID resurgence and staffing shortages. Cramer asked him why investors should buy the stock.
Nov 23, 2021
Pres. Biden to Renominate Fed Chair Powell: What a Second Term Could Mean for the Markets, the Economy and Investors
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the week with breaking news out of Washington: President Biden will nominate Jerome Powell for a second term as Fed Chair and name Fed Governor Lael Brainard to serve as Fed Vice Chair. The anchors engaged in a wide-ranging discussion about a Powell second term and what it could mean for investors. The S&P 500 hit a new record high on the Powell news. Also in focus: Goldman Sachs' year-end 2022 S&P target of 5100, COVID news from lockdowns in Europe to vaccine booster shots in the U.S., what Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang told CNBC about the metaverse, Ford and Rivian scrap plans to jointly develop an electric vehicle, and Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick under fire: What he reportedly told senior managers about his future at the company.
Nov 22, 2021
Market Reaction to COVID Lockdowns and Developments, a Record High for the Nasdaq, The EV Space’s Week for the Ages and the House Passes Pres. Biden's $1.7T Social Spending Package
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market worries about COVID-19, with Austria announcing a nationwide lockdown while Germany tried to tamp down fears that it would follow suit. But in the U.S., FDA authorized use of Pfizer and Moderna's COVID vaccine booster shots for all adults. The anchors explored what investors should make of it all and which beaten-down stocks are worth buying. Carl, Jim and David also wrapped up an eventful week on the electric vehicles front -- including Ford's plans to boost EV production, a wild ride for shares of Rivian and Lucid, automakers' market cap battle, Elon Musk’s Tesla headlines and why Morgan Stanley says a potential Apple car is the "ultimate EV bear case" for some popular electric vehicle stocks. Also in focus: A new record high for the Nasdaq, what’s next for Macy's after Thursday's 21% stock surge with Black Friday one week away, President Biden's $1.7-trillion social spending and climate package heads to the Senate after being passed by the House, The Nike-Roblox partnership, Earnings movers including a double-digit surge for Intuit, and the pressure Activision's Bobby Kotick is facing to step down as CEO.
Nov 19, 2021
Exclusives With Billionaire Media Mogul John Malone and Charter CEO Tom Rutledge, Cisco and Alibaba Slump, But Will Nvidia Be The Next $1T Company?
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at the big tech earnings movers of day: Nvidia surging after beating Wall Street estimates, Cisco down sharply on weaker-than-expected revenue and guidance, and Alibaba slumping on a quarterly miss. Jim explained why he believes Nvidia will be the next trillion-dollar company. David spoke exclusively with Liberty Media Chairman and legendary media mogul John Malone on everything from the streaming wars and profitability to Netflix's valuation. David also interviewed Charter Communications CEO Tom Rutledge at Liberty Media's Investor Day. They discussed the future of broadband in light of the new bipartisan infrastructure law, as well as streaming and wireless growth. Also in focus: Macy's surges on an earnings beat, Ford partnering with GlobalFoundries to increase chip supplies, and a big detour for Rivian and Lucid's EV rally.
Nov 18, 2021
Target and Lowe's Lead the Retail Earnings Parade, Red-Hot EVs vs. GM & Ford in the Market Cap Battle, and Activision Blizzard Under Fire.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at how investors should view a new batch of retail earnings amid inflation and supply chain worries. Target shares fell despite a quarterly beat, but shares of Lowe's and TJX -- the parent of T.J. Maxx -- among the S&P 500's top performers in reaction to better-than-expected results. On the electric vehicle front: Should you buy Lucid and Rivian? Lucid briefly jumped above General Motors and Ford in market cap during pre-market trading but proceeded to fall along with Rivian. David provided an update on Activision Blizzard one day after the stock tumbled on a Wall Street Journal report which said CEO Bobby Kotick knew for years about sexual misconduct allegations at the videogame giant. Also in focus: Roku gets slapped with a “sell” rating, plus Why Cramer says a buyback is not a reason to buy Apple stock.
Nov 17, 2021
Exclusive With Walmart CEO Doug McMillon, Big Retail Earnings Beats, Rivian and Lucid Power the EV Rally, Plus Market Reaction to Peloton's $1B Stock Offering
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on a big morning for retail: Government data show October retail sales exceeded forecasts, while Walmart and Home Depot posted better-than-expected quarterly earnings and revenue. Walmart CEO Doug McMillon joined the program exclusively to discuss his company's results, the holiday season outlook, inflation and how the retail giant is navigating supply chain issues and labor shortages. Electric vehicle stocks also in the spotlight: Rivian rallies once again and has doubled its IPO price since Wednesday's public debut, Lucid jumps after reporting an increase in orders and confirming 2022 production targets, and Elon Musk sold an additional $930-million in Tesla shares to meet tax obligations. Also in focus: Peloton files for a $1-billion stock offering despite recently saying it has no need for more cash, plus market cap comparisons: Rivian closes in on doubling Ford's valuation.
Nov 16, 2021
Cramer's Big Week on the West Coast, The "Metaverse Market", Elon Musk Trolls Sen. Sanders, Countdown to the Biden-Xi Virtual Summit, Dollar Tree's Activist Effect and the Retail Earnings Parade
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked of the show with a preview of Jim's big week in San Francisco, focusing on everything from tech to retail and how to capitalize on a "metaverse market" -- with the CEOs of Nvidia, Intel, Affirm, Cisco and Macy's set to appear on "Mad Money." The anchors also explored the action in electric vehicle stocks after Tesla's 15% drop last week and Rivian's post-IPO surge. They reacted to Elon Musk's responses to Sen. Bernie Sanders' tweet on taxing the rich, including Musk tweeting "I keep forgetting that you're alive." Carl, Jim and David previewed the virtual summit between President Biden and China's President Xi -- with Cramer explaining why "the headline is Boeing.” Also in focus: How long the inflation-supply chain double whammy will last, Dollar Tree jumps on activist pressure, what to expect from this week's big retail earnings, WeWork's quarterly results and the M&A deals of the day.
Nov 15, 2021
J&J Joins the "Split" Club, Big Week for EVs, Elon Musk Taunts Rivian and Iceland Mocks Zuckerberg's "Meta" Announcement.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off with a big story: Johnson & Johnson announced it plans to split into two companies, separating its consumer business from pharmaceuticals and medical devices. What does history tell investors about the stock performance of companies that break up -- and will this trend continue in the pharma sector? A big week for the electric vehicle space as Rivian's valuation surpasses $100-billion, giving the company's founder and CEO R.J. Scaringe a stake worth about $2.2-billion. The anchors also reacted to Tesla CEO Elon Musk's tweet that taunted Rivian with a message about the "true test" of success. Also in focus: Mark Zuckerberg gets trolled in an Icelandic tourism ad mocking his "Meta" name change announcement, Nvidia gets downgraded, and MSCI CEO Henry Fernandez on everything from China trends to rating companies' commitment to ESG, and what’s at stake for investors.
Nov 12, 2021
No "Plus" For Disney, Rivian's Market Cap Tops GM and Ford, Tesla's Musk and AMC's Aron Selling Shares, Affirm Soars and Beyond Meat Plunges
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Carl Quintanilla. Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a slump in shares of Disney on weaker-than-expected Q4 earnings, revenue and Disney+ streaming subscriber growth: Should you buy on the dips? As for the biggest U.S. IPO since 2014: Rivian extended gains and lifted shares of its rivals one day after its strong public debut. The EV maker's market cap surpassed $90-billion, making it more valuable than General Motors and Ford. Elon Musk sold around $5-billion worth of Tesla shares this week, while AMC Entertainment CEO Adam Aron filed to sell $53-million worth of his stock, which has skyrocketed this year as one of the original “meme stocks.” Also in focus: Affirm soars after the buy-now-pay-later firm expands its partnership with Amazon and beats on quarterly revenue, Beyond Meat tumbles on a wider than expected loss, The inflation debate surrounding oil and gas production -- and honoring the men and women of the U.S. military in observance of Veterans Day.
Nov 11, 2021
EV Startup Rivian: The Biggest IPO of the Year, Three-Decade High Inflation Move, The End of Nasdaq's 11-Day Win Streak, and Discovery CEO Zaslav and Fmr. Honeywell CEO Cote Weigh In On GE's Planned Breakup
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Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show by discussing the biggest IPO on a U.S. exchange since Alibaba in 2014. Rivian -- the electric vehicle maker backed by Amazon and Ford -- raises more than $11-billion in its public offering and lists on the Nasdaq under ticker symbol RIVN. Jim and David explored Rivian's public debut, its expected valuation and what it means for EV rivals such as Tesla, which saw its shares fall 16% on Monday and Tuesday combined. Inflation also in the spotlight: The Consumer Price Index jumped 6.2% in October for its biggest year-over-year surge since 1990. Two former GE executives joined the program to discuss the company's planned breakup: Discovery CEO David Zaslav and former Honeywell CEO Dave Cote. Also in focus: Nasdaq looks to bounce back after ending its 11-day win streak, and several stocks making double-digit moves on earnings news, including Doordash's big surge.
Nov 10, 2021
General Electric CEO on Splitting GE Into Three Companies, Robinhood Gets Hacked and Nvidia Bets on the Metaverse
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with the big news of the morning: Legendary conglomerate General Electric announced it plans to split into three publicly-traded companies, representing aviation, healthcare and energy. GE Chairman & CEO Larry Culp appeared on the program to discuss why he thinks such a breakup is the right way forward for the company. Also in focus: Robinhood shares fall after the trading platform disclosed a data security breach that took place last week and affected seven million customers, Nvidia jumps after unveiling its metaverse platform and strategy, Roblox soars among earnings movers and AMC falls despite the movie theater chain's narrower-than-expected loss.
Nov 09, 2021
Dow Hits a Record High, Infrastructure Bill Bounce, Tesla Falls After Musk's Twitter Poll, an Exclusive with PepsiCo's CEO, plus Nextdoor's CEO on the Company's Public Debut
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at stocks continuing their record run: The Dow hitting a fresh record high led by Caterpillar -- in reaction to House passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill which has been sent to President Biden's desk for his signature. Nucor, U.S. Steel, various materials names and EV charging stocks also participating in the rally. Cramer explored why some investors didn't buy into these stocks ahead of Friday night's vote. A different story for Tesla: The stock down sharply after Elon Musk conducted a Twitter poll asking users if he should sell a ten-percent stake in Tesla. 58-percent answered "Yes." The anchors discussed the likely reason Musk would sell his stock: He faces a $15-billion tax bill. PepsiCo Chairman & CEO Ramon Laguarta joined the program from the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland. He spoke to CNBC's Diana Olick (who was at the event) and Jim about how sustainability and ESG goals fit into PepsiCo's growth strategy. Social media company Nextdoor made its public debut at the NYSE as part of a SPAC deal with Khosla Ventures. Jim interviewed Nextdoor CEO Sarah Friar -- a former CFO at Square -- about her company's game plan for growth as well as the social media landscape. The stock soared 26-percent within the first half-hour of trading.
Nov 08, 2021
Job Creation Roars Back, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh, Pfizer’s Covid-19 Pill, Peloton Gets Smacked
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer begin the morning discussing Pfizer’s announcement that its experimental COVID-19 pill reduces the risk of death and hospitalization by 89%. Shares of Pfizer surging on the news. Plus, job creation roaring back in October as payrolls rose by 531,000 and the unemployment rate fell to 4.6%, a new pandemic low and better than expectations. Carl and Jim discuss the numbers with the U.S. Labor Secretary, Marty Walsh. Plus, Peloton shares collapse, falling 34%, as momentum for its at-home fitness equipment slows.
Nov 05, 2021
Moderna Cuts Vaccine Outlook, Qualcomm Shares Surge, Kyndryl Begins Trading
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at Moderna shares sliding, after cutting its Covid-19 vaccine sales forecast. The company is now expecting to deliver between 700-800 million does this year, down from previous expectations of between 800 million and 1 billion doses. The anchors also interviewed Qualcomm CEO, Cristiano Amon, a day after the company reported a strong earnings beat. Qualcomm’s chip sales for smartphones were up 56% year over year. Also in the mix: IBM spinoff Kyndryl began trading at the NYSE under ticker “KD.” CEO Martin Schroeter joined the crew ahead of the newly public company’s first trade.
Nov 04, 2021
Wild Rides and Short Squeezes, Bed Bath & Beyond CEO on the Soaring Stock, Fed Watch and the Earnings Parade: T-Mobile Jumps, Activision Tumbles.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with big moves in two of the most shorted stocks on Wall Street: Bed Bath and Beyond shares soaring after the company announced a digital marketplace and e-commerce partnership with Kroger, while Avis Budget tumbles on a series of downgrades one day after the stock doubled. Zillow also in the mix, falling double digits after announcing plans to close its homebuying business. The anchors explored the action in the three stocks and how they compare with meme stocks GameStop and AMC Entertainment. Bed Bath & Beyond CEO Mark Tritton appeared on the program to discuss its Kroger partnership, the stock market's reaction to it and the retailer's share buyback news. Also in focus: A fresh record high for the Nasdaq, countdown to the Fed decision and statement, eco-friendly footwear maker Allbirds goes public, Activision tumbles on a game release delay and a weaker holiday quarter outlook, T-Mobile jumps on better-than-expected profits and subscriber growth, a rough year for shares of the major wireless carriers, plus what New York City Mayor-elect Eric Adams told CNBC about how he will reach out to the business community as he gets ready to takes office.
Nov 03, 2021
It "Hertz": Tesla Slumps on Musk Tweet, Apple Supply Chain Pain, COVID Vaccine Demand Boosts Pfizer, DuPont's Deal to Capitalize on EV -- and Chegg Plummets
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with Tesla's rally running in reverse: The stock fell sharply after CEO Elon Musk tweeted that his company's 100,000 vehicle deal with Hertz had yet to be signed. Cramer explained how investors should approach Tesla and other electric vehicle stocks. The anchors also discussed EV startup Rivian targeting a $60-billion valuation with its IPO slated for next week. Apple also in spotlight: Nikkei Asia reporting the tech giant has cut back sharply on iPad production to allocate more chips to the iPhone 13. The anchors reacted to what Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo told CNBC about how long it might take to build a chip foundry in the U.S. Pfizer shares rose on better-than-expected quarterly results and raised guidance, citing strong demand for its COVID-19 vaccine and non-COVID treatments. Separately, Amazon lifts its mask mandate for fully vaccinated workers. Also in focus: Fresh record highs for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq, Under Armour soars on earnings news, shares of online education company Chegg get crushed on a revenue miss and weakness in enrollments, and DuPont agrees to acquire electronics materials maker Rogers Corp. for $5.2-billion -- in an effort to boost its presence in the EV, 5G and clean energy markets.
Nov 02, 2021
November Trading Kicks Off with New Record Highs, Tesla’s Rally Rolls On, Barclays CEO Staley Steps Down, 2,200+ American Airlines Flight Cancellations and Coca-Cola's BodyArmor deal
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With the S&P coming off its best month since November 2020, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what's next for stocks, with major indices hitting fresh record highs at the open on the first trading day of November. The anchors also delved into Tesla's record run and why the stock continues to rally without any fresh news to drive it higher. A shake-up in the banking world: Barclays announcing Jes Staley stepped down as its CEO, following an investigation into his relationship with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein. More travel trouble for American Airlines: Since Friday, the carrier has canceled more than 2,200 flights, citing poor weather and labor shortages. Carl, Jim and David compared American's cancellation problems with those of Southwest Airlines. On the M&A front, Coca-Cola confirmed it is acquiring the 70-percent of sports drink maker "BodyArmor" it doesn't already own -- the transaction valued at $5.6-billion. Also in focus: The road ahead for FAANG and retail stocks, The G-20 summit and the U.S. agreeing to relax tariffs on European steel, and Treasury Secretary Yellen meets U2's Bono.
Nov 01, 2021
Apple and Amazon Tumble as Q3 Disappoints the Street, Facebook's "Meta" Name Change, Exclusive With Starbucks' CEO and Big Oil's Profit Picture
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with shares of Apple and Amazon each taking a hit on earnings-related news. Apple missed on the top line in the third-quarter while Amazon posted weaker-than-expected Q3 results and disappointed the street with its holiday quarter guidance. Both tech giants impacted by supply chain woes. The anchors explored how investors should approach big tech now. Carl, Jim and David also looked at the road ahead for Facebook one day after it announced it is changing its corporate name to Meta -- and what highlighting a "metaverse" platform could mean for the stock. Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson appeared on the program in an exclusive interview: The stock taking a hit as an earnings beat was overshadowed by a quarterly revenue miss, with sales growth slowing in China due to the COVID-19 Delta variant outbreak. Johnson explained Starbucks' strategy for navigating the pandemic and the supply chain crisis. Also in focus: Exxon Mobil and Chevron earnings reaching multi-year highs, Exxon's updated ESG strategy, plus sources telling David that Coca-Cola is expected to announce an $8-billion deal to acquire sports drink maker BodyArmor.
Oct 29, 2021
Pres. Biden's New $1.75T Spending Framework, Ford Surges and Leads the Earnings Winners, Plus the CEOs of Yum! Brands, ServiceNow and Stanley Black & Decker.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on breaking news out of Washington: The White House set to announce a new, revised $1.75-trillion framework for President Biden's social and climate priorities that it believes will be able to pass both houses of Congress. The anchors and Senior White House Correspondent Kayla Tausche discussed what it all means for investors and the Biden economic agenda. Carl, Jim and David also explored market reaction to another busy earnings day, highlighted by shares of Ford surging on much better-than-expected third-quarter profit, upbeat guidance and the automaker’s decision to reinstate its quarterly dividend in Q4. The anchors reacted to what Ford CEO Jim Farley said on his company's earnings call about breaking supply and manufacturing constraints. Three CEOs joined the program to discuss their respective quarterly results and guidance -- plus where supply chain issues, inflation, labor shortages and the pandemic come into play: David Gibbs of KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut parent Yum! Brands, ServiceNow's Bill McDermott, and Stanley Black & Decker's Jim Loree. Also in focus: Facebook stressing the metaverse amid rumors the company is going to change its corporate name, plus more earnings winners and losers.
Oct 28, 2021
Earnings Barrage: Interviews With Boeing, AMD and GlaxoSmithKline CEOs, Robinhood's Big Miss and Market Reaction to Microsoft, Alphabet and Twitter Results
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber took an in-depth look at the barrage of earnings reports on Wall Street's radar. They led off with Robinhood, whose quarterly results missed analyst estimates due to a crypto trading slowdown, sending the stock tumbling below its July IPO price of $38 per share. That was followed by a trio of CEO interviews: Boeing's Dave Calhoun on why he sees a light at the tunnel for the jet maker despite its earnings miss, AMD's Lisa Su on the chipmaker's results and upbeat guidance – driven by strong demand as the company benefits from the cloud and gaming, and GlaxoSmithKline CEO Emma Walmsley on better-than-expected earnings and raised guidance as she looks to transform the drugmaker. Also in focus: Market reaction to earnings from the likes of Microsoft, Google parent Alphabet, Twitter and McDonald's – plus, solar stocks in rally mode and major Tesla investor Ron Baron's eye-opening comments about Elon Musk.
Oct 27, 2021
Reaction to Facebook's Q3 Results, Zuckerberg Slams "False Picture," 3M and GE Join the Earnings Parade, Trillion-Dollar Tesla, The Market's Record Run, and DraftKings Pulls Its $22B Takeover Bid
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show by exploring mixed quarterly results from Facebook -- and weighing in on Mark Zuckerberg's earnings call comments. In wake of whistleblower allegations, Zuckerberg complained about a "coordinated effort to selectively use leaked document to paint a false picture of our company." The anchors also discussed the impact that Apple’s new privacy restrictions had on Facebook's ad sales growth. Carl, Jim and David also took an in-depth look at market reaction to earnings from the likes of 3M, General Electric and UPS – and where supply chain issues fit into the picture. The future for Tesla also in the spotlight one day after its market cap surpassed $1-trillion for the first time. The anchors discussed what investors should make of Tesla's valuation. Also in focus: A new intraday record high for the Dow and S&P 500, DraftKings withdraws its $22-billion bid to acquire U.K.-based sports betting company Entain, and a report stating that Apple is likely to face a Justice Department antitrust suit.
Oct 26, 2021
Mega-Cap Tech Leads Big Earnings Week, Internal Dissent Within Facebook, Jack Dorsey vs. Cathie Wood on Hyperinflation, plus PayPal "Not Pursuing" Pinterest
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Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli kicked off a new market week by highlighting what will be a huge week full of earnings reports, especially from mega-cap names such as Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Alphabet and Facebook. Ahead of its quarterly results due out after Monday's close of trading, Facebook is under fire and making headlines regarding leaked internal documents. Reports say that they indicate employees at the social network expressed anger about Facebook's policies on handling misinformation -- including when it came to the 2020 election and the storming of the U.S. Capitol on January 6. The anchors discussed what these developments could mean for the stock and reacted to Facebook's rebuttal to the reports. On the inflation front, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted "Hyperinflation is going to change everything. It's happening." But ARK Invest CEO Cathie Wood tweeted a rebuttal saying it's deflation people need to worry about. PayPal announced that "In response to market rumors ... it is not pursuing an acquisition of Pinterest at this time. Shares of Pinterest tumbled and PayPal jumped on the news. Also in focus: Supply chain issues and earnings movers including Kimberly-Clark, an update on the soaring "Trump SPAC" and Treasury Secretary Yellen making the case for her proposal to tax billionaires.
Oct 25, 2021
Supply Chain Crunch Impact on Earnings, Intel Slumps, Snap Tumbles on "Apple Effect," the "Trump SPAC" Skyrockets -- and a New Record High for the S&P 500
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Carl Quintanilla, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli focused on a barrage of earnings reports in which the supply chain crunch played a big role in quarterly results. Intel shares took a big hit after the chipmaker warned of lower profit margins and missed on quarterly revenue in wake of the global chip shortage. Wedbush Securities' Intel analyst appeared on the program with his take on which chip stocks are best to buy now. Snap was one of the biggest losers of the morning: The parent of Snapchat warned of slowing growth due to the recent changes in Apple iOS privacy rules. The news from Snap also weighed on shares of Facebook, Twitter and Google parent Alphabet. Honeywell posted mixed Q3 results due to what its CEO called a "tough" supply chain environment. A different story for Mattel: The stock up sharply on better-than-expected quarterly results. The toy maker said supply chain disruptions would not prevent it from having a strong holiday season. “Trump SPAC” Day Two: Digital World Acquisition -- The SPAC that is merging with Trump Media & Technology Group -- soared again after more than quadrupling in Thursday’s trading. Also in focus: A new record intraday high for the S&P 500, Pfizer and partner BioNTech said their COVID-19 vaccine is more than 90% effective in kids ages 5 to 11, President Biden considering deploying the National Guard to ease supply chain bottlenecks, Chipotle profit rises on price hikes -- and a Wall Street Upgrade for Zoom Media
Oct 22, 2021
Oversight Board Rebukes Facebook: One of the Board Members Tells All. Also, Market Reaction to Earnings from the Likes of Tesla and AT&T – plus, Southwest’s CEO on Q3's "Operational Challenges"
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On a busy day full of earnings reports, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at quarterly results from Tesla and AT&T, each beating street expectations. Cramer explains why he's highlighting what he calls the "TAN" stocks -- Tesla, Amazon and Netflix. Facebook's Oversight Board rebuked the company in its transparency reports released a hour before the show, saying the social media giant hasn't been fully forthcoming with how it treats high profile users. Board member Julie Owono appeared on the program to discuss the group's findings. The anchors also interviewed Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly about what he calls "operational challenges" that impacted the carrier's third-quarter results, including thousands of flight cancellations. They also discussed the state of travel demand and Southwest's COVID vaccination policy for employees. Also in focus: More earnings movers, WeWork's public debut, Unilever's price hikes amid supply chain issues, the Ford rally rolls on, plus what drove Blackstone's strongest quarterly results in its 36-year history.
Oct 21, 2021
Earnings Parade: Netflix Falls Despite Subscriber Growth, United Posts a Quarterly Loss and Verizon Beats. Plus - A Record High for Bitcoin and the CEO of Micron on His Company's $150B Spending Plan.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led of the show with quarterly results from Netflix. The stock falling as the company's outlook for the current quarter overshadows its strong subscriber growth of the year, helped in part by "Squid Game." The anchors reacted to what Netflix Chairman & Co-CEO Reed Hastings said on his company's earnings call -- and discussed how Netflix is faring against competitors such as Disney. United Airlines posting a narrower-than-expected third-quarter loss, with CEO Scott Kirby telling CNBC things have "bottomed out" for the carrier and that the spread of the Delta variant of COVID-19 has slowed but not derailed its recovery. Verizon beats street estimates with its Q3 results and raises its 5G demand forecast. The anchors looked at what's ahead for bitcoin, which hit a new record high and surpassed the $66,000 mark. Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra joined the program to discuss the chipmaker’s plans for more than $150-billion in capital and R&D spending over the next decade, plus how his company is handling the global chip shortage. Also in focus; Facebook reportedly planning a corporate name change, and what legendary investor Paul Tudor Jones told CNBC about tapering lessons the Fed should learn from 2013.
Oct 20, 2021
SEC Chair Gary Gensler, J&J and P&G Report, First Bitcoin Futures ETF
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at two Dow components reporting results. P&G topped earnings estimates despite facing increasing commodity and transportation costs. Johnson & Johnson also beat expectations and raised is full-year outlook, noting strength across all its businesses. The anchors also spoke with SEC Chair Gary Gensler in a wide-ranging interview, including the agency’s Gamestop report as well as the first Bitcoin Futures ETF making its market debut. Also in the mix: Goldman Sachs added Walmart to its conviction buy list, saying the company’s profit rebound can boost that stock nearly 40%.
Oct 19, 2021
Oil Hits 7-Year High, Milken Global Conference Returns, Disney Gets Downgraded
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at the market action, with stocks coming off their best week in three months. Oil also resumed its rally, hitting its highest level since Oct. 2014 with some traders expecting to see $100/barrel by the end of the year. Staying with energy, David Faber interviewed Chevron CEO, Mike Wirth live from the Milken Global Conference out in Los Angeles, California. Also in focus: Disney got downgraded to ‘equal-weight’ at Barclays, with the firm saying “Disney+ growth has slowed significantly.” And, Zillow shares tanked on a new report that the company has temporarily stopped its home-buying service due to overwhelming demand.
Oct 18, 2021
Goldman Crushes Estimates, Retail Sales Unexpectedly Rise, FDA Panel Backs Moderna Boosters
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at the last of the big banks reporting results, as Goldman Sachs crushed analysts’ estimates on strong investment banking and trading results. The firm produced $3.7 billion in investment banking revenue, an 88% increase from a year earlier. The anchors also hit retail sales increasing by 0.7% for the month of September compared to an estimated 0.2% decline. The increase came during a month when the government ended the enhanced benefits it had been providing during the Covid-19 pandemic and against forecasts that growth would slow in the third quarter due to the delta variant spread and a perceived pullback. Also in focus: An FDA Panel unanimously recommended Moderna Covid booster shots for at-risks adults.
Oct 15, 2021
Stocks Rally, Morgan Stanley Chairman & CEO James Gorman and the Bank Earnings Parade, Inflation Watch and Pres. Biden's Supply Chain Challenges, and $1.5M-winning "Jeopardy!" Champion Matt Amodio.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber covered all of the bases on Wall Street's rally: Stocks getting a boost from tamer-than-expected wholesale inflation data, weekly jobless claims coming in below 300,000 for the first time since the pandemic began, and earnings from Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citigroup and Morgan Stanley beating street expectations. Morgan Stanley Chairman & CEO James Gorman appeared on the program and said his company is seeing the fruits of its long-term strategy. the anchors also asked him about his take on Robinhood's trading platform, getting employees back into the office and the state of cryptocurrency. The anchors also took a closer look at the White House's strategy for tackling supply chain bottlenecks -- and President Biden urging the private sector to "step up" and help solve the crisis. Cramer sounded off about what he sees as the lack of urgency in dealing with gridlock at the ports. Also in focus: Walgreen Boots Alliance's earnings beat on stronger demand for COVID-19 vaccines, what Apple joining the rally means about the road ahead for investors, and a why it has been a rough October for shares of AT&T and its rivals. Long-time "Jeopardy" champion Matt Amodio joined the program just days after his 38-show winning streak came to an end. What's he going to do with his $1.5-million in prize money?
Oct 14, 2021
JPMorgan Chase and Delta Kick Off Earnings Season, Bezos' Blue Origin Sets a Space Mission for "Captain Kirk" William Shatner, The White House vs. Supply Chain Bottlenecks -- and Where Apple Fits Into the Chip Shortage Picture
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the program with a look at the beginning of earnings season. JPMorgan Chase out with better-than-expected quarterly results, with CEO Jamie Dimon saying results were strong despite what he called "the dampening effect of the Delta variant and supply chain disruptions." Cramer highlighted the history of how JPM shares trade on days the bank releases earnings. Delta Air Lines also beat the street, including a quarterly profit for the first time since the pandemic began -- but it also forecasts a loss for the current quarter due to rising fuel costs. The anchors also reacted to what Delta CEO Ed Bastian told CNBC about vaccine mandates and his company's approach to COVID and employees. Nearly three months after Jeff Bezos soared into space, his company Blue Origin sending the original Captain Kirk on a mission: 90-year old William Shatner, two astronauts and a Blue Origin executive set for a launch aboard the company's "New Shepard" rocket. Morgan Brennan joined Carl, Jim and David -- they covered all of the bases ahead of liftoff. The White House expected to announce plans aimed at solving supply chain bottlenecks ahead of the holiday season, including a commitment from the Port of Los Angeles to operate around the clock. Also, a published report says Apple is likely to slash its projected iPhone production targets for 2021 due to the chip shortage. The comes amid Apple's announcement of its October 18 "Unleashed" event, in which the company is expected to unveil products including new MacBooks. Also in focus: What's next for tech stocks, from Apple and other FAANG names to players in the semiconductor sector, consumer inflation hits a 13-year high, and a look back at the life and career of long-time Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner, who died at the age of 58.
Oct 13, 2021
Southwest Chairman & CEO Gary Kelly on Flight Cancellations, Labor Shortages and Vaccine Mandates. Plus, Worker Returns to the Office Hit a Pandemic High, Oil After $80 and Market Impact, and Jamie Dimon Says "Bitcoin Is Worthless"
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the challenges facing Southwest Airlines: More than 2,000 flights canceled since the beginning of the past weekend, staff shortages and air traffic control issues in the mix, along with Texas Governor Greg Abbott announcing a ban on COVID vaccine mandates in his state -- though Southwest disputes the idea that cancellations are due to employees protesting such a mandate. Southwest Chairman & CEO Gary Kelly appeared on the program and faced tough questions from the anchors on these issues. Carl, Jim and David also discussed new data which show that the return of workers to the office has reached a pandemic high of just over 36%. Also in focus: Markets and inflation - oil prices above $80 and why Cramer thinks the natural gas rally has peaked, the Netflix stock run-up amid buzz surrounding the drama series "Squid Game" and JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon telling a finance group event that "bitcoin is worthless" and weighing in on supply chain problems.
Oct 12, 2021
A New Market Week, Oil Prices Hit a Seven-Year High, Goldman Cuts U.S. Growth Forecast, Southwest Flight Cancellations, Merck Asks FDA to Approve COVID Pill for Emergency Use, CEO Changes at KKR and a $56M "Bond" Debut at the Box office
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Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at what investors should do in wake of the recent rally in energy prices: WTI crude surging to a seven-year high and natural gas up 50% over the past three months. The anchors highlighted Goldman Sachs lowering its U.S. growth forecasts for 2021 and 2022 as the firm expects a "delayed recovery in consumer spending" and no improvement in the global chip supply until next year. Jim and David also discussed a rough start for Southwest: Shares under pressure after the airline announced hundreds of additional flight cancellations on top of the 1,800 that took place over the weekend, citing bad weather, air traffic control issues and staff shortages. Southwest also disputes speculation that its high level of cancellations compared to other airlines were due to employee protests of a COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Speaking of the pandemic, Merck and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics announced submission of an emergency use authorization application to the FDA for their oral COVID-19 treatment. The anchors reacted to what former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC about when he believes Merck's COVID pill will hit the markets. Changes at the top of KKR: Co-founders Henry Kravis and George Roberts stepped down as Co-CEOs of the private equity firm. The anchors explored what this means for KKR and the world of P.E. Also in focus: Big banks kicking off earnings season later this week, Chinese stocks continue to rebound, Emerson Electric's $11-billion merger deal with Aspen Technology, and as movie theaters look to rebound from the pandemic -- the new James Bond film "No Time To Die" debuts by grossing $56-million at the box office domestically. It was the weekend’s top performer but just shy of consensus estimates.
Oct 11, 2021
A September Jobs Miss - Pres. Biden's Commerce Secretary Reacts, Tesla Moving Its HQ From California to Texas, Elon Musk’s Message on Production and the Chip Shortage, Apple's Supply Chain and the China Factor, and AMC's CEO Slams "Naysayers" Ahead of the New James Bond Film's Debut In Theaters.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with the big news of the morning: The much-anticipated employment report shows 194,000 non-farm jobs were created in September, well below the 500,000 that economists had been expecting. The unemployment rate fell to 4.8%, but the labor participation rate also declined amid concerns about the COVID-19 Delta variant outbreak. The anchors explored what it all means for investors and the Fed, and whether it means Fed Chair Powell and his fellow policymakers should push back their timeline for tapering. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo appeared on the program to discuss the Biden Administration's reaction to the jobs data. She also weighed in on COVID vaccine mandates and the supply chain challenges facing the nation's businesses. The anchors also discussed Tesla's decision to move its headquarters from California and Texas, plus what Elon Musk told investors about Tesla's manufacturing expansion plans and how the electric vehicle maker is navigating the global chip shortage. As movie theaters gear up for the debut of the new James Bond film "No Time to Die," AMC Theatres Chairman & CEO Adam Aron had a message for his critics in a Thursday night tweet: "It feels more like AMC is playing 3-dimensional chess. To the naysayers, I say it loud: #ChokeOnThat." The anchors discussed the road ahead for AMC -- one of the earliest "meme stocks." China also in focus: A strong week for shares of Alibaba -- and Morgan Stanley's Katy Huberty out with a note assessing Apple's supply chain and what it could mean for the new iPhone 13.
Oct 08, 2021
Stocks Rally on Debt Ceiling Deal Hopes, Commodity Price Surge Impact, Facebook's "Reputational Reviews" and Pfizer Asks the FDA to Authorize Its COVID Vaccine for Kids Ages 5 to 11
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber took an in-depth look at Thursday's market rally: Wall Street hoping that Senate Republicans and Democrats are on the verge of a deal to lift the debt ceiling and stave off a default. The anchors reacted to comments from JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon: At yesterday's meeting with President Biden and other CEOs, Dimon warned that failure to increase the debt limit would result in economic "catastrophe." Carl, Jim and David explored the impact of rising energy and commodity prices compared to a year ago and how the markets and companies are handling them. The anchors also reacted to what Levi Strauss CEO Chip Bergh told CNBC about raw materials and navigating cotton pricing. On the pandemic front: Pfizer announced it is asking the FDA to authorize its COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use in children ages 5 to 11. In wake of Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen's Capitol Hill testimony on Tuesday, the anchors discussed a report from The Wall Street Journal which says Facebook is delaying work on new and existing products while conducting "reputational reviews." Cramer explains why it's time to "give (Mark) Zuckerberg a chance.": Also in focus: Why Moffett Nathanson is upgrading AT&T to "neutral," General Motors' aggressive targets for 2030, signs travel is making a comeback, and Trian's Ed Garden on management teams spending money on ESG.
Oct 07, 2021
Erasing Tuesday's Rally, Why the "Putin Effect" on Natural Gas Matters, Zuckerberg Fires Back At the Facebook Whistleblower, Talking Biotech At the Active-Passive Investor Summit, Dow CEO's Strategy on "Investor Day"
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The morning after Tuesday's rally, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored a big pullback in the markets amid action in bond yields -- despite much stronger-than-expected ADP September jobs data. Volatility in natural gas prices as Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country is ready to increase gas shipments Europe. The anchors explain what the action in the energy markets means for investors. Facebook and its stock remain in the spotlight: CEO Mark Zuckerberg strikes back after whistleblower Frances Haugen's Capitol Hill Testimony on Tuesday. In a blog post, Zuckerberg denied that Facebook prioritizes profit over safety and well-being, and added that the "argument that we deliberately push content that makes people angry for profit is deeply illogical." At the Active-Passive Investor Summit in New York, David interviewed activist investor Alex Denner about his strategy when it comes to the biotech sector. Dow Inc. Chairman & CEO Jim Fitterling also joined the program on his company's "Investor Day" to discuss his investment plans to boost core earnings by $3-billion annually over the next decade, "with a clear path to zero-carbon emissions." Also in focus: Tech under pressure and betting on the cloud, a look at the auto sector ahead of General Motors' investor event, what's sparking the surge in bitcoin, plus the debt ceiling standoff.
Oct 06, 2021
Morning After the Tech Sell-off and Facebook's Rough Day, Facebook Whistleblower Heads to Capitol Hill, J&J's Booster Push, Southwest's COVID Vaccine Mandate, and the CEO of MGM Resorts Talks Vegas, Gaming and the Recovery
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One day after the tech sell-off dragged Nasdaq to its lowest levels since June, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with an in-depth look at Facebook: The stock tumbled Monday after Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp experienced outages for hours -- which followed allegations from Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen, who accuses the social media giant of allowing the spread of misinformation and putting profits ahead of the public good. The anchors discussed what to expect from Haugen's Tuesday testimony before a Senate subcommittee, what's at stake for CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook stock, a survey indicating Instagram is losing popularity among teens, and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey appearing to take a shot at Facebook in a one-number tweet. On the pandemic front: Johnson and Johnson officially asked the FDA to approve its COVID vaccine booster shot for emergency use -- and Southwest joined the list of airlines requiring employees to be vaccinated. MGM Resorts CEO Bill Hornbuckle joined the program from the Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas. Contessa Brewer and the anchors interviewed him about everything from the state of gaming in Vegas and Macau to DraftKings' bid to acquire Entain of the U.K. Also in focus: Cramer's take on buying the dip, what teens are saying about Netflix in a survey, Nike and the China effect, supply chain concerns, PepisCo rises on earnings, and a look at the energy stocks helping to lead the S&P 500 higher.
Oct 05, 2021
Facebook Whistleblower Sends a Message -- and the Company Responds. Plus: A New Record for Tesla, Ford Sales Slump in September, and the COVID Pill Effect: Merck Extends Rally While Moderna Continues to Decline.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at Facebook under scrutiny: The company's former product manager Frances Haugen revealed her identity as the whistleblower who released a trove of internal Facebook research. She accuses the social media giant of allowing the spread of misinformation and putting profits ahead of the public good. Along with exploring what this all means for Facebook and its stock, the anchors reacted to what Haugen said about the company in a "60 Minutes" interview, as well as the response from Facebook itself. Carl, Jim and David also discussed news out of the auto sector: Shares of Tesla rise after Elon Musk’s company announced it delivered more than 241-thousand vehicles during the third quarter, marking a quarterly record for the automaker. Ford posted a U.S. vehicle sales drop of 17.7% in September from a year ago, but added that reservations for its F-150 Lightning electric pickup truck have surpassed the 150,000 mark. Also in focus: Hedge fund Engine No. 1 announced its support for General Motors’ goal to have a 100% electric car portfolio by 2035 -- as well as an investment in the automaker, Merck shares extend gains on news surrounding the experimental COVID pill it developed with partner Ridgeback Biotherapeutics -- while vaccine makers such as Moderna add to recent stock losses, what's sparking the latest jump in oil and natural gas prices, Qualcomm and an investment firm team up to buy a Swedish automotive tech company in a $4.5-billion deal, plus Jamie Dimon's take on bitcoin and regulating cryptocurrency.
Oct 04, 2021
First Trading Day of Q4, the New "CNBC Investing Club" With Jim Cramer, the Merck-Ridgeback Biotherapeutics COVID-19 Pill: An Interview With Ridgeback's Co-Founders. Plus, Zoom and Five9 Scrap Their $15B Deal.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber kick off a new month and quarter by announcing details about Cramer launching the "CNBC Investing Club," which aims to help investors build long-term wealth. A big story out of Merck: The stock surging after the drug maker and its partner Ridgeback Biotherapeutics announced their experimental COVID-19 pill cut the risk of death and hospitalization by 50% in a late stage study. Both companies plan to file for emergency use authorization as soon as possible. Ridgeback Co-Founder Dr. Wayne Holman and Co-Founder and CEO Wendy Holman joined the program to discuss this big development in the war against the pandemic. Also in focus: Zoom Video and Five9 have terminated their nearly $15-billion deal by mutual consent, what to expect from the markets in the fourth quarter after a rough September, Exxon Mobil expects higher oil and gas prices to boost quarterly earnings by as much as $1.5-billion -- and Cathie Wood tweets about peak oil demand.
Oct 01, 2021
Last Trading Day of Q3, Supply Chain Effect on Markets, D.C. on Wall Street's Radar, Merck's $11.5B Deal, Powell and Yellen Part Two, and Facebook on the Capitol Hill Hot Seat.
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Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli take a closer look at the markets as the three major indices aim to end the third quarter in positive territory after a rough September. Supply chain issues in focus: Bed Bath and Beyond shares plummeted on quarterly results and weaker guidance, hurt by a steep drop-off in traffic and supply challenges. New data show China manufacturing activity contracted in September for the first time in 18 months -- when the country was hit hard by the pandemic. The anchors discussed a New York Times story about how retailers are being impacted by shutdowns at their Vietnamese suppliers. Carl harkened back to his reporting from Vietnam in 2019 about that country's manufacturing boom. Carl, David and Mike also reacted to Fed Chair Jerome Powell describing supply chain problems as “frustrating.” Also in focus: Merck's $11.5-billion deal to acquire drug maker Acceleron Pharma, highlights from CNBC's "Delivering Alpha" conference including Chamath Palihapitiya on the markets, the Senate deal to avoid a government shutdown as the House moves toward a vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill, what to expect from Fed Chair Powell and Treasury Secretary Yellen during their testimony before a House panel -- and the Facebook global head of safety’s appearance at a Senate subcommittee hearing on social media and Instagram’s impact on teens' mental health.
Sep 30, 2021
Stocks After the Sell-off, Sen. Warren Slams Fed Chair Powell, Elon Musk Gets Revved Up At Code, United Airlines CEO on the Company's Vaccine Mandate, and Highlights from "Delivering Alpha."
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The morning after one of the worst sessions of the year for the markets, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at stocks trying to rebound from the Tuesday sell-off. Jim and David reacted to Senator Elizabeth Warren telling Fed Chair Jay Powell she will oppose his re-nomination, calling him a "dangerous man" to lead the central bank. Cramer called her remarks during Tuesday's Senate Banking Committee hearing "incendiary" and weighed in on the state of the banks. The anchors also discussed the recent spike in natural prices as well as the chip shortage: Micron shares under pressure after the company's guidance disappointed Wall Street analysts. At the Code Conference in Los Angeles, Carl Quintanilla highlighted comments Tesla CEO Elon Musk made at the event on everything from his company's stock price to paying taxes. Speaking of CEOs, United Airlines' Scott Kirby joined "Squawk on the Street" -- Phil LeBeau, Jim and David interviewed him about firing nearly 600 workers who declined to comply with the carrier's vaccine mandate. They also discussed the state of travel demand in wake of the COVID-19 Delta variant outbreak. At CNBC's "Delivering Alpha" conference, J.P. Morgan Asset & Wealth Management CEO Mary Callahan Erdoes spoke about market froth and why she believes Chinese property giant Evergrande is not another Lehman Brothers. Also in focus: Eyewear maker Warby Parker goes public with a direct listing, shares of Dollar Tree jump on a share buyback increase, big tech's rough September, an update on the Zoom Video-Five9 deal, and Carl at Code with highlights of Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff's comments on remote work trends.
Sep 29, 2021
Tech Stock Sell-off, Carl at the Code Conference, Countdown to Powell and Yellen on the Hill, Ford's $11.4B bet on EVs, and the CEO of Robinhood Fires Back At Critics
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Jim Cramer and David Faber led off with a rough start for the markets: Tech stocks in sell-off mode as the 10-year note yield hits a fresh three-month high. Jim and David focused on the mega-cap tech names and whether now is the time to buy. Speaking of tech: At the Code Conference in Los Angeles, Carl Quintanilla highlighted what AMD CEO Lisa Su said at the event about the chip shortage, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's remarks on the search market being a "complete monopoly" and Netflix Co-CEO Ted Sarandos’ comments on streaming, content and legacy movie studios. The anchors previewed testimony from Fed Chair Powell and Treasury Secretary Yellen ahead of their appearance before a Senate Banking Committee hearing on COVID-19 and the economy. Jim, David and Carl discussed Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev's op-ed in The Wall Street Journal in which he defended his company's trading platform and its users -- and slammed critics who call its app "gamified." The anchors also reacted to what SEC Chair Gary Gensler told the Code Conference. Also in focus: Ford and Korean partner SK Innovation plan to invest $11.4-billion on electric vehicle factories.
Sep 28, 2021
Instagram Pushes Pause, Oil Prices Bounce, Supply Chain Woes Worsen
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at the market action, with the S&P on pace for its worst month since Oct. 2020. The anchors also looked at the jump in energy prices, after Goldman Sachs raised its forecast on Brent crude oil saying it will hit $90 by year-end as supply tightens. Facebook making headlines this morning as well, announcing it is pausing work on ‘Instagram Kids’ after facing backlash. Despite saying this is a “very big change,” Jim Cramer said the news will have little to no impact on Facebook’s stock price. Also in focus: Jim Cramer highlighted Best Buy ($BBY) for ‘Stop Trading’ after Piper Sandler named the retailer as a “top idea.”
Sep 27, 2021
China’s Crypto Crackdown, Nike’s Supply Chain Challenges, Chip Shortage a “Short-Term” Problem?
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began with a breakdown of China’s crackdown on crypto with the country’s central bank saying all crypto-related activities are illegal. China’s comments sent prices of Bitcoin and Ethereum tumbling. The anchors stayed with China and got a live report from Eunice Yoon for the latest surrounding Evergrande’s crisis. Shifting to earnings, the anchors talked supply chain challenges that sent shares of Nike lower, despite the company posting an earnings beat. Jim Cramer says he is “worried about Nike.” Also in focus: Elon Musk says the chip shortage is a ‘short-term’ problem while Sec. Commerce Gina Raimondo says the “situation is not getting better, in some ways it is getting worse.”
Sep 24, 2021
Understanding Evergrande, Dell’s Post-Spinoff Outlook & Flying Cars
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss China’s property market crisis and the Federal Reserve's decision to keep current monetary stimulus in place for just a little bit longer. The Food and Drug Administration has authorized Pfizer and BioNTech’s Covid-19 booster shots for people 65 and older and other vulnerable Americans six months after they complete their first two doses, making many Americans eligible to receive the shots now. Toast shares soared 56% in their New York Stock Exchange debut Wednesday after the provider of technology to restaurants priced its IPO above its expected range, Jim Cramer shares his skepticism. Dell says Q3 2022 expectations remain consistent with guidance after its spinoff of VMWare. Joby Aviation shares jumped almost 8% after Morgan Stanley initiated coverage of the stock with an overweight rating. The investment firm said in a note that Joby appears to have a head-start on getting its in-development vehicles certified by regulators compared to its competitors. Plus, CNBC’s Rick Santelli discussed how yields have fared throughout the year.
Sep 23, 2021
Fed Decision Day -- And Jamie Dimon Weighs In. Plus: Labor Pains for FedEx, A New Chapter in China's Evergrande Saga and What It Means for Stocks, An Update on DraftKings' $22.4B Takeover Offer, and Marc Benioff Blasts Facebook.
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One day after a Wall Street rally fizzled, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets' attempt at another surge as fears surrounding Evergrande begin to ease: The Chinese property giant set to make its domestic bond payment on time. The anchors look at whether or not that development means now's a good time to buy into sectors such as materials. Cramer speaks out on why he believes China's President Xi has "overreached" when it comes to crackdowns in his country. Wall Street also bracing for Wednesday afternoon's Fed decision, policy statement and news conference with Chair Jerome Powell. The anchors reacted to JPMorgan Chase Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon telling CNBC he believes the Fed could be forced into a sharp move next year. Shares of FedEx tumble after the company posted a big quarterly miss on the bottom line and cut guidance, citing the impact of labor shortages and rising costs. Media and streaming also in the spotlight: Brian Roberts, the Chairman and CEO of CNBC parent Comcast, told the Goldman Sachs Communacopia Conference the company is looking at new partnerships outside of the U.S. for its Peacock service. This comes after Disney CEO Bob Chapek told the conference why his company projects lower subscriber growth in its fiscal fourth quarter. Also in focus: More earnings movers including Adobe -- shares fall despite better-than-expected quarterly results, an update on DraftKings' $22.4-billion takeover offer for U.K.-based sports-betting company Entain, and Salesforce Chair and CEO Marc Benioff blasts Facebook for how it handles misinformation on the social network.
Sep 22, 2021
Morning After the Sell-off: Markets Rebound, China's Impact on Stocks, J&J's COVID Booster Shot Data, Uber Revs Up On Profit Outlook, and DraftKings Launches a $20B Takeover Bid
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at a rebound for stocks one day after worries surrounding Chinese property giant Evergrande helped to spark the worst sell-off for the S&P 500 in four months. The anchors discussed whether now is the time to get in on stocks that took a hit due to China exposure. They also highlighted a note from Bank of America which says that Apple "has navigated the China relationship admirably" but added that a "resurgence of national sentiment" could impact iPhone sales. On the pandemic front, Johnson & Johnson out with data showing a booster shot of its COVID-19 vaccine -- given two months after the first dose -- provided 94% protection in the U.S. and 75% globally. Uber shares up sharply on the company's outlook. Carl, Jim and David reacted to Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi's comments to CNBC about why he believes his company is on the track to profitability. They also discussed Uber, Lyft, DoorDash and Airbnb -- all participating in the rebound rally -- and reacted to Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky talking to CNBC about how his company has adapted to travel changes in wake of the pandemic. David Faber reports that DraftKings has made a $20-billion stock and cash takeover offer for U.K.-based online sports betting company Entain. Also in focus: The two-day Fed meeting, plus what to expect from President Biden's first address to the United Nations General Assembly as President of the United States.
Sep 21, 2021
Market Sell-off Extends the September Slide: China and the Evergrande Effect -- What Investors Should Do Now. Plus, Treasury Secretary Yellen’s Debt Ceiling Warning, Pfizer's New Data on COVID Vaccines for Kids, and U.S. Plans to Ease Travel Restrictions.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked off the week with a breakdown of the market sell-off, sparked by worries about contagion from the problems of Chinese property giant Evergrande. The company has hundreds of billions in debt and risks defaulting on a payment this week. The anchors also looked at where this week's Fed meeting, Washington's haggling over the reconciliation bill and the debt ceiling fit into the market picture, with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen saying in an op-ed that Congress' failure to raise the debt limit would result in "economic catastrophe." Cramer calls this a "faux perilous" moment, adding that everything could be contained by "responsible politicians." He also talks about the September slide and how investors should approach what has been historically a rough time of the year for stocks. Carl, Jim and David also discussed Pfizer and BioNTech's announcement of new data showing their COVID vaccine is safe and generates what they call a "robust" immune response in a clinical trial of kids ages 5 to11. The anchors reacted to Pfizer board member and former FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb's comment to CNBC, in which he said a vaccine for kids could be available as early as late October 2021. Also in focus: The U.S. planning to ease travel restrictions for foreign nationals who are vaccinated against COVID, a look ahead to this week's earnings from companies including Nike, why cryptocurrencies are under pressure, and "SPAC-ulation" intensifies.
Sep 20, 2021
Making Sense of a Roller Coaster Market Week, EV News from Lucid to Musk to Ford, Mark Cuban Tweets About Regulating Crypto, Biden vs. Manchin, COVID Vaccine Booster Shot Watch, and a Bullish Week for Wall Street Debuts
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber cap a roller coaster week for the market with a look at the tug-of-war between economic data versus supply chain issues and what's at stake for stocks. Pfizer and Moderna pushing for COVID vaccine booster shots ahead of a key FDA advisory committee meeting. The anchors reacted to what former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC about the age factor when it comes to administering boosters. Lots of electric vehicle news: Lucid shares extended sharp gains from Thursday, after the Environmental Protection Agency gave one of the startup's luxury sedans a record mileage rating of 520 miles. Tesla CEO Elon Musk complimented Chinese automakers in pre-recorded remarks to a green-vehicle conference in China, while Ford says it is ramping up production of its all-electric F-150 Lightning pickup truck. The anchors also discussed President Biden making the case for hiking taxes on corporations and the wealthy to pay for a $3.5-trillion reconciliation package while facing opposition from Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) who thinks the price tag is too high. Carl, Jim and David reacted to Mark Cuban's tweet that cryptocurrency "regulation built around existing fraud laws is not a bad thing" -- and looked back at what SEC Chair Gary Gensler told them, about crypto during Wednesday's interview. Also in focus: This week's strong Wall Street debuts from the likes of drive-through coffee chain Dutch Bros. and Swiss sneaker company On Holding, a closer look at the size of SPAC redemption, proxy advisor Institutional Shareholder Services recommends a "no" vote on Zoom Video's deal to acquire Five9, and tech CEOs Tim Cook, Elon Musk and Jensen Huang are added to the 2021 "Time 100" list.
Sep 17, 2021
Market Reaction to a Surprise Jump in Retail Sales, Elon Musk's SpaceX Makes History, and the Railroad Bidding War Ends: The CEOs of Canadian Pacific and Kansas City Southern on their $27B Merger Deal. Plus, Sen. Warren's Message: Ban Fed Officials from Stock Trading.
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Carl Quintanilla and Mike Santoli led of the show with market reaction to government retail sales data for August showing a surprise gain of 0.7%, despite the COVID-19 Delta variant outbreak. They also discussed two Wall Street notes on Delta and the consumer: Bank of America says a pickup in consumer spending could be an "early sign that the Delta-lull is passing and a mini-reopening cycle starting," while J.P. Morgan says several indicators "are pointing to an inflection in the Delta variant, setting up for a powerful holiday season (unlike last year)." At the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, Morgan Brennan recapped the historic "Inspiration4" all-civilian flight to orbit launched by Elon Musk's SpaceX -- and looked at how space-related stocks such as Virgin Galactic are reacting to the mission. Morgan also interviewed Canadian Pacific CEO Keith Creel and Kansas City Southern CEO Patrick Ottensmeyer after both railroad operators agreed to merge in a $27-billion deal, bringing an end to a long, drawn-out bidding war for KCS between CP and Canadian National Railway. Also in focus: Cathie Wood's Ark funds reportedly sold more shares of Tesla – this time 81,600 valued at about $62-million, Cisco rises on a growth forecast and upgrades (Carl and Mike react to what the company's CEO Chuck Robbins told CNBC), why shares of American Express, Chipotle and DoorDash saw gains in early trading, the Fed to re-examine ethics rules surrounding stock trading by Fed officials, and Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) calls for a ban on Fed officials owning and trading individual stocks.
Sep 16, 2021
An Exclusive Interview With SEC Chair Gensler, Reaction to Apple's New iPhone 13, a Double Boost for Microsoft, and Casino Stocks Tumble on the "Macau Effect
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SEC Chair Gary Gensler joined "Squawk on the Street" for an exclusive interview. David Faber, Jim Cramer and Carl Quintanilla discussed a wide range of topics with Gensler: Cryptocurrency, Robinhood - specifically in terms of a potential payment for order flow ban - the SPAC market, China and finally the Archegos fallout and the market for total return swaps. As for the market action, the anchors took a closer look at Apple one day after the company's product launch event featuring the new iPhone 13 lineup and other devices. Also in focus: Microsoft boosts its dividend by 11-percent and approves a $60-billion stock buyback program, casino stocks in the U.S. and Hong Kong tumble again on worries about tighter regulations in Macau, the natural gas price rally rolls on, Canadian National will not improve its offer to buy Kansas City Southern, and fallout for Facebook on a report that says company research shows the social network knows Instagram is toxic for teen girls.
Sep 15, 2021
The Markets and Tamer Inflation Data, SEC Chair Gensler Heads to the Hill, Apple Product Event Countdown, Goldman Sachs CFO to Step Down, Sen. Warren Urges the Fed to Break Up Wells Fargo, and AOC's "Tax the Rich" Message at the Met Gala
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with inflation data that gave futures an early boost: The Consumer Price Index for August coming in up 0.3-percent -- the lowest level in seven months -- with the core rate (minus food and energy) up 0.1-percent. Both readings tamer than Wall Street estimates. Cramer says that CPI "flies in the face of the bearish narrative" on the markets, though he added to keep an eye on seasonality and that we could be in for the roughest four months of the year. The anchors also previewed SEC Chair Gary Gensler's testimony before the Senate Banking Committee, including planned remarks about regulating cryptocurrency and referencing the "Wild West." Carl, Jim and David also explored what to expect from Apple's product event -- the company slated to unveil new iPhone models and other devices. Goldman Sachs announced a change in its executive ranks: Stephen Scherr will step down as CFO at the end of the year. Also in focus: A $4,700 price target for Amazon, casino stocks tumble on worries about Macau ramping up government supervision of gaming operations, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) calls on the Fed to break up Wells Fargo, Intuit buys Mailchimp for $12-billion in cash and stock, Boeing raises its jet demand forecast, and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) wears a "Tax the Rich" dress to Monday night's Met Gala in New York City.
Sep 14, 2021
Stocks Look To Bounce Back From A Rough Week, Supply Chain Worries, Taxes and the $3.5T Plan, KC Southern Declares a "Superior" Bid, Epic Games vs. Apple, Disney's Film Release Strategy and Goldman's Tech "Buy" and "Sell" Calls.
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With the Dow and S&P 500 each looking to snap a five-session losing streak, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at what's next for the markets. Supply chain and inflation issues in the spotlight after 3M said " the rising price of raw materials, labor and logistic" would hurt the company's bottom line. The anchors also reacted to Nike being downgraded by BTIG because of supply concerns. The potential for tax hikes on Wall Street's radar as Capitol Hill Democrats work on a reconciliation package. The anchors discussed a note from Goldman Sachs strategist David Kostin in which he says "Tax reform ... is the key risk to US equities through year-end 2021." They also reacted to comments by Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) to NBC's "Meet The Press" reiterating his objection to a $3.5-trillion price tag. On the railroad M&A front, Kansas City Southern declaring Canadian Pacific's $31-billion takeover offer to be "superior" to a rival bid from Canadian National. Also in focus: "Fortnite" maker Epic Games appeals the Friday court ruling that said Apple was not running an illegal monopoly with its app store, Disney says its remaining movie slate for 2021 will be released exclusively in theaters, why energy stocks are driving the S&P 500 higher, and Goldman Sachs initiates coverage of several internet-related names -- Amazon, Facebook and Alphabet among those rated a "buy," while Airbnb and Twitter were slapped with "sell" ratings. David explains what's behind the surge in uranium prices.
Sep 13, 2021
America Remembers 9/11: 20 Years Later. Plus, The Market's 4-Day Losing Streak, Pres. Biden's Sweeping Vaccination Push, The Biden-Xi Phone Call, Beijing's Crackdown on Tech, and Affirm Soars - "Buy Now?"
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with reflections on 9/11 twenty years later, including a look back at what David and the late Mark Haines said on CNBC after the World Trade Center's twin towers were struck. The NYSE and Nasdaq each observed a moment of silence prior to the opening bell. Don Carty was the CEO of American Airlines parent AMR on 9/11 twenty years ago. He appeared on the program and shared his recollections of that day -- as well as his thoughts on how the airline industry has rebounded. Bob Pisani looked back at how 9/11 forever changed New York's financial district. As for the markets, Carl, Jim and David took a closer look at stocks with the Dow and S&P 500 in the midst of a four-day losing streak. They discussed President Biden's Thursday phone call with China's President Xi. Cramer offered his take on how investors should assess this development. The anchors also looked at where China's crackdown on tech companies fits into the picture. Speaking of tech, shares of "buy now, pay later" company Affirm soared on upbeat revenue and guidance. The anchors reacted to what Affirm Co-Founder & CEO Max Levchin told CNBC about his company benefiting from customer satisfaction. Also in focus: Pres. Biden's new COVID-19 mandates and the reopening trade, Take-Two Interactive delaying new versions of "Grand Theft Auto" by four months, plus the latest on Coinbase vs. the SEC.
Sep 10, 2021
The COVID Effect on Markets and Impact on the Airlines, GameStop Tumbles, Lululemon Surges, China Ramps Up Its Crackdown on Gaming, and Tom Brady's Crypto Ad Ahead of the NFL Season Kickoff
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at COVID and the Delta variant's impact on the markets, as the Dow and S&P 500 are in the midst of a three-day losing streak. Airlines including Southwest, United and Delta say they have seen cancellations and softness in booking due to the variant outbreak. The anchors also reacted to Wednesday comments from Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan about COVID's resurgence and impact on the travel, hospitality and leisure industries. Kaplan said that as a result, the Dallas Fed would be revising its Q3 GDP forecast downward to six-percent growth. On the earnings front, GameStop shares down sharply after posting a narrower quarterly loss that still missed street estimates, though revenue did top forecasts as sales grew more than 25-percent. Carl, Jim and David discussed CEO Matt Furlong ending GameStop's conference call without taking questions from analysts. On the flip side, shares of Lululemon surged on upbeat earnings and guidance, helped by strong direct-to-consumer sales. A new development regarding China's crackdown on tech: NetEase, Tencent and other videogame companies have been summoned by authorities in Beijing -- and ordered to follow new rules for the online-gaming industry. Tech investor Cathie Wood says her Ark funds have reduced their positioning in China "dramatically." Also in focus: Macy's shares jump on an upgrade from Cowen, President Biden to announce a vaccine requirement for federal workers, what the CNBC Post-SPAC Index is telling us about SPAC valuations, Morgan Stanley downgrades Cisco, and Tom Brady appears in an ad for crypto exchange FTX set to air during the Bucs-Cowboys telecast which kicks off the NFL season.
Sep 09, 2021
Cramer's Back, Tech's "Remarkable Staying Power," PayPal's Japanese "Buy Now, Pay Later" Deal , Coinbase vs. SEC, Apple from Record Highs to Ford's Poaching, the Bitcoin "Flash Crash" and BlackRock Fires Back at George Soros
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show by discussing Jim's first take on the market since his return from vacation. He said "the remarkable staying power of technology has kept this market afloat" in the face of inflation fears, the COVID-19 Delta variant outbreak, Fed taper talk and worries about a growth slowdown. Cramer explained why he believes big tech will retain its leadership role. Speaking of tech, the anchors discussed PayPal's $2.7-billion deal for Japan's Paidy and what it could mean for the payments landscape as the "buy now, pay later" market heats up. Coinbase shares falling after the largest crypto exchange in the U.S. said the SEC is threatening to sue the company over its planned "Lend" product that would allow users to earn interest by lending crypto assets. The anchors reacted to how Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong responded on Twitter to the SEC's Wells notice and defended his company's product. Lots of news regarding Apple: The stock entering Wednesday's session at record highs on the heels of the company announcing a product launch event slated for September 14, Morgan Stanley's Katy Huberty out with a note on Apple saying the recent App Store headlines have more bark than bite, and Ford announcing it has hired away Doug Field from apple to lead the automaker's emerging technology efforts. Field had been working on Apple's secret car project. Also in focus: The move in Bitcoin after Tuesday's brief 17-percent drop, China-based stocks and the latest on Beijing's crackdown, BlackRock responds to billionaire investor George Soros' criticism of its China investments, and Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan reportedly made multiple stock trades of a million dollars or more last year.
Sep 08, 2021
The August Jobs Report's Big Miss and Market Reaction, the "State" of Didi and the China Crackdown, Railroad Bidding War's New Developments, A Delay for Apple, and a Hot Week for Netflix
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David Faber, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli led off the program with the top story of the morning: A big miss in the government's August jobs report, reflecting worries about the Delta variant outbreak. The report shows the economy created 235,000 non-farm jobs last month. Wall Street expected a gain of 720,000. The unemployment rate fell to 5.2-percent -- in line with forecasts -- while wage growth doubled economists' estimates on a month-to-month basis. Grant Thornton Chief Economist Diane Swonk and J.P. Morgan Asset Management Chief Global Strategist David Kelly joined the anchors for a roundtable discussion on what the jobs report means for stocks, the Fed and the recovery. David, Morgan and Mike stayed on top of stocks related to the China crackdown on tech. Shares of Didi rose after a published report said Beijing city is considering taking a stake in the ride-hailing company -- and possibly bringing it under state control. In news involving a well-follower railroad takeover battle, David reported the board of Kansas City Southern is expected to meet to deem Canadian Pacific's bid likely to lead to a superior proposal. Also in focus: Apple delays its plan to scan iPhones for child exploitation, what's driving this week’s Netflix rally, earnings winners from Broadcom to Docusign, and a profile of the state with the worst infrastructure in the U.S.
Sep 03, 2021
The Market Records Keep on Coming, Remnants of Ida Pummel Northeast, Apple and Alphabet's All-Time Highs, Ford Sales Slump In August, China Crackdown Update, and a $10.5B Deal Is Confirmed.
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David Faber, Leslie Picker and Mike Santoli explored the road ahead for stocks as the S&P 500 hits a fresh record high. A Wall Street analyst joined them to discuss Apple and Alphabet hitting all-time highs and how you should put your money to work in big tech. The anchors also discussed the remnants of Hurricane Ida, which battered the Northeast U.S. and resulted in massive flooding, record rainfall, tornados and deaths. Leslie showed video and a photo of her morning commute, which highlighted flooding and damage. Autos in the spotlight: Ford vehicle sales tumbled more than 33-percent in August. The anchors and Phil LeBeau discussed everything from Ford cutting back F-150 production in wake of the chip shortage -- to tech investor Cathie Wood tweeting that "Auto buyers are abandoning gas powered vehicles in favor of electric." Also in focus: Shares of Chewy fell sharply after the pet products retailer posted a quarterly miss, Didi and the China crackdown on tech - Beijing ordering eleven ride-hailing platforms to stop "unfair competition tactics", Baxter International confirming it is acquiring medical technology rival Hill-Rom in an all-cash deal valued at $10.5-billion, Hormel falls after downgrading its outlook, Why food company valuations are compressed, and the bankruptcy plan for OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma was approved by a federal judge.
Sep 02, 2021
A New Month and a New Record High, The Big Tech Rally, and Buying Financials - August's Top-Performing Sector. Also: Hurricane Ida Damage and the Gas Shortage, Lucid Plummets, and Buying on the Dip - Cathie Wood Loads Up on Zoom
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On the first trading day of September, David Faber, Leslie Picker and Mike Santoli explored what's next for stocks after an August in which the S&P 500 extended its monthly win streak to seven. They looked at what history tells us about market performance in September. The Nasdaq rose to a new all-time high: Can big tech/FAANG keep the upward momentum going? Financials were the best performing sector in August with a five-percent gain. The anchors asked Piper Sandler analyst Jeff Harte which bank stocks are most likely to extend the rally. The damage from Hurricane Ida also in focus: Frank Holland reports from New Orleans on the power outage situation in Louisiana. An executive of a group representing owners of thousands of Louisiana service stations and convenience stores joined the program to discuss how they're coping with gasoline shortages due to Ida. David, Leslie and Mike took a closer look at Cathie Wood's buy on the dips strategy - the tech investor snapped up more than $56-million worth of Zoom Video shares after the stock tumbled on Tuesday. She also bought about 260,000 shares of Robinhood. Also in focus: PVH and Campbell Soup among the biggest gainers on earnings news, Why shares of electric vehicle startup Lucid have taken another big hit, and an eye-opening development in the railroad takeover battle for Kansas City Southern.
Sep 01, 2021
Final Trading Day of August, Entergy President on Hurricane Ida's Damage and Power Outages, Zoom Tumbles on Growth Outlook, and Can Chip Stocks Sustain Their Record Run?
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David Faber, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli led off the show with a look at the markets on the final trading day of August, which has been a strong month for tech stocks. That discussion was followed by Frank Holland’s live report from New Orleans on the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricane Ida, as more than one million Louisiana residents could be without power for weeks. Rod West -- Entergy Group President, Utility Operations -- joined the program to discuss the challenges the New Orleans-based utility faces in providing electricity to customers and restoring the power grid that was destroyed by Ida. The anchors also highlighted the big stock story of the morning: Shares of Zoom Video tumbling on the company's slower growth outlook as more people return to the office and to school. That news overshadowed better-than-expected quarterly results. Staying on tech, a semiconductor analyst from Mizuho appeared on the show discuss the recent chip stock rally and which names he thinks will power the sector's record run. Also in focus: Why China-based stocks are rebounding, SEC Chairman Gensler's comments and their impact on Robinhood stock, and what's behind the rise in SPAC redemption rates.
Aug 31, 2021
Hurricane Ida's Catastrophic Damage and What's At Stake for the Energy Sector, The S&P 500's "Earnings-Led Melt-Up", Space-Related Stocks Soar and Plummet, While Two Stocks Skyrocket on Big Tech News
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David Faber, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli kicked off the show with the latest on the damage caused by Hurricane Ida, going to a live report from CNBC's Valerie Castro on the ground in New Orleans, which has been hit by a power outage -- more than one million people in Louisiana and Mississippi without power as a result of Ida, which was downgraded to tropical storm status. The anchors and a Wall Street analyst discussed Ida's impact on the energy sector, with regulators saying that 95-percent of oil production in the Gulf of Mexico due to the hurricane. David, Morgan and Mike also looked at the market week ahead with the S&P 500 hitting fresh record highs. Veteran strategist Ed Yardeni joined the program to discuss what he calls an "earnings-led melt-up" in the S&P 500. Space-related stocks among the big movers: Satellite services provider Globalstar soared more than 60-percent following a report in AppleInsider that the iPhone 13 will have the ability to utilize satellite communications, while Astra Space shares plummeted after its rocket once again failed to reach orbit. Also in focus: Shares of digital payments specialist Affirm Holdings soar more than 40-percent on news of the company's partnership with Amazon, China to limit videogames for young people, how insurance stocks are moving in reaction to Hurricane Ida, the EU suspends non-essential travel from the U.S. due to the Delta variant outbreak, plus medical technology M&A: David Faber reporting that Baxter International is near a deal to buy Hill-Rom for $156 per share.
Aug 30, 2021
Markets Brace for Fed Chair Powell's Jackson Hole Speech, Cleveland Fed President Mester Speaks Out, Peloton Tumbles, Gap Jumps and Apple Reaches a Settlement
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Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli led off the show with a preview of Fed Chair Jerome Powell's speech to the Jackson Hole virtual symposium and what it could mean for markets, with Wall Street looking for clues about Fed policy when it comes to inflation and tapering as the Delta variant outbreak impacts the economy. Steve Liesman interviewed Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester about her perspective on tapering, inflation and supply constraints, plus the role COVID vaccinations are playing in the recovery. The anchors also reacted to the big movers of the morning: Peloton falls after reporting a wider-than-expected quarterly loss and stating in an SEC filing that it has been subpoenaed by the government for documents on injuries related to its products. A different story for Gap -- shares higher on better-than-expected quarterly results and raised guidance, power by strong demand for its Old Navy and Athleta brands. Also in focus: Apple says it has resolved a class-action lawsuit from U.S. developers over its App Store policies, Dell Technologies and HP fall despite earnings beats, and what's driving the rally in energy stocks.
Aug 27, 2021
Earnings Parade from Tech to Retail, Dollar Stores Slump on Supply Chain Challenges, The Stay-At-Home Trade vs. Return to Work Plans as COVID Cases Rise, And Fed Presidents Speak Out Ahead of Chair Powell's Jackson Hole Speech
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The morning after fresh record closing highs for stocks, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at a pair of tech earnings movers: Shares of Salesforce and Snowflake each getting a lift from their respective quarterly results. The anchors reacted to what the CEOs of both companies told CNBC about their numbers, and explored what's next for stay-at-home players such as Zoom in wake of companies pushing back their return to office plans due to the Delta variant outbreak. Retail earnings also on the front burner: Williams-Sonoma shares surge on upbeat quarterly results and guidance -- plus a 20-percent dividend hike, while Dollar General and Dollar Tree saw their shares slump as both retailers issued guidance below street estimates -- this in wake of supply chain issues. Ahead of Fed Chair Powell's Friday speech to the Jackson Hole virtual Fed summit, the anchors reacted to comments St. Louis Fed President James Bullard made to CNBC about how soon policymakers should taper to combat inflation. Also in focus: Banks in the green including JPMorgan Chase trading at a two-month high, The debate over whether government benefits are a major disincentive for people to return to work - and where "gig stocks" fit into the picture, and "SPAC on the Street" including Forbes’ plans to go public, plus another day in which a SPAC is doubling after the opening bell.
Aug 26, 2021
J&J's COVID Vaccine Booster and the Reopening Trade, "Meme Stock Madness" Returns, Nasdaq's New Record High, Big Earnings Movers in Retail, Nvidia's Supercomputer Deal, and CEOs Head to the White House for a Cybersecurity Summit
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the road ahead for the market on another record-setting day for the Nasdaq. Johnson & Johnson says its COVID vaccine booster shot generated a positive immune response in early trials. The anchors explored what this means for the reopening trade as more companies institute vaccine mandates. Carl, Jim and David followed up on the "meme stock madness" after GameStop and AMC Entertainment each posted gains of more than 20-percent in Tuesday's session. Retail stocks also in the spotlight: Nordstrom shares tumble despite beating analyst expectations with its quarterly results, while Dick's Sporting Goods sees its stock soar in reaction to an earnings beat and dividend hike. The anchors took a closer look at the chip sector: Everything from Nvidia announcing its computer platform will be used in an U.S. Department of Energy supercomputer (and where Intel fits into the story) - to the state of the chip shortage and its impact on the auto industry. Also in focus: What to expect from the White House cybersecurity summit including the big tech CEOs, plus a "Faber Report" on SPACs -- and why one SPAC soared more than 170-percent right after the opening bell.
Aug 25, 2021
The Chinese Stock Rally and the Cathie Wood Effect, Mandates and the Reopening Trade After Full Approval of Pfizer's COVID Vaccine, Boeing Faces New Scrutiny, Tim Cook's Decade as CEO of Apple, and the CEO of Medtronic Talks Earnings and the Pandemic.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the reasons behind a big rally in shares of China-based companies. One of the catalysts: Cathie Wood's Ark Invest buying almost 165,000 shares of JD.com. The reopening trade very much in focus one day after the FDA fully approved Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine. Airline and cruise stocks extending Monday's gains. The anchors discussed everything from the push for vaccine mandates to why the White House isn't doing more to promote use of Regeneron's monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID. Medtronic CEO Geoffrey Martha joined the program to discuss his company's outlook in wake of the pandemic, as well as quarterly results showing stronger demand for medical devices. The anchors reacted to reports the FAA is set to review how Boeing employees handle safety matters on the agency’s behalf after some company engineers said they face undue pressure. Carl, Jim and David also took a closer look at Apple on Tim Cook's tenth anniversary as CEO of the tech giant: The stock up 1000-percent since Cook succeeded the legendary Steve Jobs. Also in focus: A fresh record high for the Nasdaq, Best Buy jumps on earnings, Palo Alto Networks soars on quarterly results, Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky tweets that the company "will begin housing 20,000 Afghan refugees globally for free," and an update on the lawsuit against a SPAC backed by billionaire investor Bill Ackman.
Aug 24, 2021
The FDA Grants Full Approval to Pfizer's COVID Vaccine, Fed Chair Powell and Jackson Hole, Bitcoin Back Above $50K, Wall Street Firms' First Calls on Robinhood, "Gig Stocks" Slump on California Judge's Ruling, and Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit to Go Public Via a SPAC Deal.
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Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what's ahead for the markets this week in light of the big news of the morning: The FDA officially granting full approval to the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. The anchors discussed what this development could mean for the reopening trade, vaccine mandates and getting workers back into the office. Carl, Jim and David also reacted to former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb's comments to CNBC about businesses mandating vaccine shots for workers. The Fed also in the spotlight ahead of Friday's Jackson Hole symposium, which is going virtual due to the Delta variant outbreak. The anchors explored whether Fed Chair Jerome Powell should hold off on his tapering strategy until we get more answers about how long Delta will impact the recovery. Also in focus: Bitcoin jumps back above $50,000 for the first time since May, a number of Wall Street firms initiating coverage of Robinhood nearly a month after its public debut, shares of Uber, Lyft and DoorDash take a hit after a California judge ruled the state's "gig worker" law to be unconstitutional, and Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit satellite launch service planning to go public by combining with SPAC "NextGen Acquisition Corp. II" in a $3.2-billion deal.
Aug 23, 2021
The Tesla Bot, Delta Derails, Autos Chipped
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Carl Quintanilla and Morgan Brennan started the show with a look at markets, with the Dow on pace for its worst week since June. The anchors also brought up big businesses dealing with COVID concerns, as Apple said that its staff won’t be returning to the office until January. CNBC’s auto & airline reporter Phil LeBeau also joined with highlights from Tesla’s A.I. event yesterday, where the company announced it is working on a humanoid robot with a prototype supposedly coming ‘sometime next year.’ Also in focus: Foot Locker wrapped up a big week of retail earnings, with the stock soaring on this morning’s results, and former Cypress Semi CEO T.J. Rodgers talked the ongoing chip shortage, saying “this is going to be over by the end of this year – for most stuff we buy.”
Aug 20, 2021
Robinhood’s First Earnings Since IPO, Exclusive: Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins, Toyota’s Production Cuts
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began with a look at the market action, with stocks coming off their worst day in a month. The anchors also hit some of the big earnings movers, including Robinhood. Shares were down after the company reported its first quarterly results since going public. Robinhood did double its revenue last quarter, but the app also warned of a slowdown in trading activity. Another big name under pressure was Cisco, with CEO Chuck Robbins joining the anchors for an exclusive interview. Later that hour, Phil LeBeau reported some breaking news as Toyota said it expects to see a drop in production due to the ongoing chip shortage, set to cut global production by around 40% in September. Shares of the automaker slid sharply on the news.
Aug 19, 2021
Retail Rollout Continues, Fed’s Neel Kashkari Slams Crypto, Robinhood Preview
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began with a breakdown of the latest retail earnings as Target, Lowe’s and TJX Companies all reported before the market open. Although Target and Lowe’s both beat analyst expectations the stocks moved in opposite directions, with Target shares in the red. The anchors also discussed Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari slamming the crypto market, saying “Cryptocurrency is 95% fraud, hype, noise and confusion.” For Cramer’s ‘Mad Dash’ he highlighted the growth in Nucor with that stock up more than 150% over the last 12 months. Also in focus: Big earnings to watch after the bell with Cisco, Nvidia & Robinhood set to report. This will be the first quarterly results for Robinhood since going public.
Aug 18, 2021
Stocks Slide At The Open, A Pair of Dow Retailers Report, Cathie Wood vs. Michael Burry
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began with a closer look at yesterday’s record close with the S&P 500 doubling from its pandemic bottom, marking the fastest bull market rally since WWII. The anchors then shifted to a pair of big retailers reporting results. Home Depot saw shares slide at the open despite posting a beat on both the top and bottom lines. Contrastingly, Walmart was among the biggest gainers on the Dow with the company receiving a boost from strong grocery sales and back-to-school spending. The anchors also discussed Michael Burry of ‘The Big Short’ betting big against Cathie Wood and her flagship ARK Innovation exchange-traded fund. Also in the mix: Jim Cramer highlighted Airbnb for his “Stop Trading” segment, saying “I like Airbnb more than any hotel during this period.”
Aug 17, 2021
The Fed’s Taper Timeline, Tesla’s Autopilot System Under Investigation, Crypto Market Back Above $2 Trillion
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Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began with a closer look at the Fed, as the group’s open market committee looks to be coalescing around a plan to announce it will taper its asset purchases in September and begin reducing them a month or so after. Following the market discussion, CNBC Correspondent Dan Murphy joined for a live report on the ongoing situation in Afghanistan, in