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Jim Cramer says the market's rally so far this week shows that omicron variant panic was wrong
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer said Tuesday the stock market's two-day move to begin the trading week shows why it was so wrong to panic about the omicron variant on the day after Thanksgiving.
"It's a textbook example of why panic is not a strategy, unless you're deliberately trying to lose money," CNBC's Jim Cramer said after stocks rallied Tuesday.
Asset manager BlackRock Inc is adding Bank of New York Mellon Corp, Citigroup Inc and JPMorgan Chase & Co as U.S. custodians for its iShares exchange-traded funds, diversifying beyond long-time partner ...
The tech-focused Nasdaq Composite was the stand-out performer on Tuesday after gaining more than 3% for its best day since March.
Omicron: Delta was the 'road map' for market reaction to new variant, strategist says
Yahoo Finance's Zack Guzman speaks with Victoria Greene, G Squared Private Wealth CIO, to examine oil, vaccine manufacturing, and cybersecurity outlooks as fears ease in the market around the Omicron va...
Americans grappling with historic levels of inflation are finally getting some relief where they need it most: Previously-booming energy prices.
Options-based exchange traded fund strategies may help financial advisors diversify a traditional stock and bond portfolio to meet any challenges ahead. In the recent webcast, How Options-Based Strategi...
The technology sector was the day's biggest gainer on strength in semiconductor stocks.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, who sits on the Senate committee that oversees the Federal Reserve, has demanded the central bank disclose its leaders' personal investments and ethics guidance given to t...
The Fed 'doesn't have very much room to maneuver,' strategist explains
Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Brian Sozzi and Brian Cheung speak with Emily Roland, Co-Chief Investment Strategist at John Hancock Investment Management, to discuss the impact that Omicron has on the mar...
The stock market has managed to weather the serious economic storms that have buffeted it since early 2020. However, that apparent resilience may be concealing serious dangers.
Why billionaire Ray Dalio thinks another economic disaster is coming — and how he recommends preparing for it
Hedge fund billionaire Ray Dalio gives advice on how to prepare yourself for future financial catastrophes — and what could tank the American economy next.
The Dow was last seen up about 530 points, or 1.5 percent, as investors continued to shrug off the new variant.
The central bank has spent years guarding against economic blows. Now it is in inflation-fighting mode, even as a potential risk emerges.
Market check: Tech and travel stocks surge in early trading
Yahoo Finance's Ines Ferre gives an outlook on the market as tech stocks rise and travel stocks rebound as Omicron fears fade for travelers.
Fed policy: ‘Powell is trying to turn the battleship around,' strategist says
Yahoo Finance's Brian Sozzi speaks with Tom Graff, Head of Fixed Income at Brown Advisory, to discuss the outlook for Fed tapering, the possibility of an interest rate hike in the first half of 2022, an...
Investor sentiment is changing, and while it has yet to change the direction of flows that are buoyed at year's end by overall strong equity performance, it could be a rising tide going into next year. ...
Pre-market futures Tuesday have picked up where they left off Monday afternoon: up big. Making up for last week's market weakness while the Omicron variant cast a shadow of question marks, and the Fed f...
What Wall Street expects for stocks in 2022
Yahoo Finance's Emily McCormick explains Wall Street analysts' expectations for GDP growth and inflation.
Investors who sold during the recent market troubles are no better off than those who stayed in. They're likely in a worse situation.
Sometimes I wonder if the analysts on Wall Street, who I'm sure are smart people, understand how the technology industry works. There is this persistent notion among investors that stocks that did well ...
Bitcoin, Ethereum, and leading blue-chip stocks are all falling.
Treasury wants to enact a rule that would crack down on criminals that use shell companies to hide illegal funds behind opaque corporate structures.
Jim Cramer: Market snapback caught investors by surprise after omicron overreaction
Mad Money host Jim Cramer and the 'Squawk on the Street' team discuss U.S. markets ahead of the open. Cramer explains why the latest market snapback has caught "a lot of people by surprise.
The U.S. economy is extremely strong, says Blackstone's Byron Wien
Byron Wien, Blackstone vice chairman, joins "Squawk on the Street" to discuss his outlook for the economy and how it will shape markets.
Stacey Cunningham, NYSE president, and Jeffrey Sprecher, NYSE chairman, are stepping down from these posts in the face of lagging performance.
Labor productivity fell at the fastest rate in more than 60 years in the third quarter, according to a Labor Department report Tuesday.
The U.S. trade deficit narrowed sharply in October as exports soared to a record high, potentially setting up trade to contribute to economic growth this quarter for the first time in more than a year.
Look underneath the surface of recent sell-offs and the fallout looked far worse than it seems, according to strategist Art Hogan.
U.S. third-quarter productivity down 5.2%, unit labor costs up 9.6%
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Steve Liesman join 'Squawk Box' to break down the latest quarterly non-farm productivity and unit labor cost data.
US labor market productivity tanked in the third quarter. Paychecks grew and the number of hours worked jumped, but workers' output increased only at a moderate pace.
Small Business Survey: Inflation, supply chain woes weigh on Main Street
Kate Rogers joins 'Squawk Box' to break down the latest results from CNBC and Momentive's small business survey.
The US stock market is off to the races on Tuesday, extending its rally from the start of the week as all three major indexes kicked the day off sharply higher.
The omicron concerns were so severe that "you have this moment where people realize, 'Wow, we really got oversold. What can I get in?
Jim's thoughts on Intel, MongoDB and the so-called bozo sellers' disappearance.
Long-term interest rates are stuck, we're in a global debt trap: Morgan Stanley's Sharma
Ruchir Sharma, chief global strategist with Morgan Stanley Investment Management, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss markets and interest rates.
The Dow was set to jump again, one day after the 30-stock average surged 646 points.
Congress and the Fed will have more impact on what happens than the pandemic, Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon said.
BIS: Central bankers forced to be market makers of last resort
BIS General Secretary Agustin Carstens discusses the key takeaways of the Bank for International Settlement's quarterly review and the divergence of global central bank policy. He speaks with CNBC's Jul...
The Federal Reserve called this inflation transitory because the sources of the supply issues are out of its control.
Central and southern Asia are the biggest regions for NFT activity, says Chainalysis
Kimberly Grauer of blockchain data company Chainalysis says growth in NFT activity is a global phenomenon, and discusses how the firm has classified various forms of engagement in the market.
Small-cap and value stocks are poised to keep climbing in 2022, says one of the world's top asset managers
Small-cap and value stocks tend to maintain outperformance in the 12 months following a strong year, said Dimensional co-CEO Gerard O'Reilly.
The short answer -- it depends.
Futures tracking the Nasdaq 100 index jumped on Tuesday as technology stocks rebounded with easing concerns about the Omicron variant, while shares in chip giant Intel rose following plans to take its s...
France's richest man Bernard Arnault and former UniCredit head Jean Pierre Mustier will publicly list a second blank cheque vehicle in Amsterdam, raising 200 million euros ($226 million), the bookrunner...
The United Arab Emirates said on Tuesday it would transition to a four and half-day working week starting next year, with the full weekend falling on Saturday and Sunday in a move aimed at better aligni...
Wall Street regulators are investigating the $1.25bn deal to bring Donald Trump's social media venture to the stock market, it has been disclosed.
Jim Cramer breaks down Monday's stock market rally and explains why it may continue
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A weekend of data and analysis is putting investors' concerns regarding the Omicron variant of Covid-19 to rest.
"I don't see much on the calendar that could derail the bull until Friday, when we get the consumer price index number," the "Mad Money" host said