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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.
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Cramer's Morning Take: Tech Rebound 7/22/24

Jim and Jeff discuss today's Tech rebound and news that Nvidia is preparing a version of its new Blackwell chips for the Chinese market. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
7/22/20243 minutes, 17 seconds
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Biden Drops Out Of 2024 Race, Stocks Seek Bounce, IT Outage Fallout 7/22/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by breaking down what President Biden’s decision to drop out of the 2024 race means for the markets, and why Cramer believes a Kamala Harris win could benefit mega-cap tech stocks. Eamon Javers also joined the conversation to discuss how Kamala Harris’ policies compare to Pres. Biden’s. The anchors also discussed CrowdStrike; shares of the cybersecurity company extended its drop following Friday’s 11% decline, with at least 2 Wall Street firms downgrading the stock this morning. After the opening bells, the desk also hit Elliott’s big stake in Starbucks and Verizon’s latest earnings.   Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
7/22/202441 minutes, 54 seconds
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Global IT Outage: Interview with CrowdStrike CEO George Kurtz 7/19/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer, David Faber and Sara Eisen covered all of the bases on the massive global IT outage that impacted businesses including banks, grounded airlines – and sent shares of cybersecurity firmCrowdStrike tumbling. The company's CEO George Kurtz joined the program to discuss the outage. He apologizedto those affected by the disruptions. Also in focus: Market reaction to earnings from the likes of Netflix and American Express. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
7/19/202449 minutes, 6 seconds
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The Tech Sell-off and Beyond, Chips Try to Rebound, Sen. Vance's Wall Street Message 7/18/24

One day after the worst session for the Nasdaq since December 2022, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what's ahead for the tech sector. Chips hoped to recoup some of Wednesday's steep losses after Taiwan Semiconductor reported better-than expected revenue guidance and quarterly earnings. Cramer spoke about how investors should view "the great rotation" into small caps. The anchors also reacted to Sen. JD Vance's vice presidential nomination speech to the Republican National Convention -- especially his blunt comments about Wall Street. Also in focus: What to expect from Netflix earnings, Meta reportedly has its eyes on the maker of Ray-Ban sunglasses, Wells Fargo upgrades the banks, "Faber Report" on the future of Warner Bros. Discovery. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
7/18/202441 minutes, 52 seconds
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Playing Market Rotation, Small Caps' Big Rally, Double Whammy For Chips 7/17/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what investors should make of the market rotation that has fueled a rally in small caps: The Russell 2000 up double-digits month-to-date. The anchors also discussed the chip sector tumbling in Wednesday's session -- and where the White House, China and former President Trump fit into the picture. Also in focus: Johnson and Johnson leads the earnings parade, Fed Governor Waller on rate cuts, reports of new layoffs at Warner Bros. Discovery, Roche’s obesity drug trial weighs on shares of Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
7/17/202442 minutes, 10 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Best Buy 7/16/24

Jim and Jeff discuss why they like this retail stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
7/16/20243 minutes, 24 seconds
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Dow All-Time Highs, Bank Earnings Day 3, Retail Surprise, Musk Millions For Trump? 7/16/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer led off the show with market reaction to Bank of America and Morgan Stanley posting Q2 earnings beats -- and highlighted the stocks rising on better-than-expected June retail sales data. The anchors also discussed Elon Musk's response to a report that says he has committed $45 million a month to a new pro-Trump super PAC. Also in focus: The potential "JD Vance effect" if Donald Trump wins a second presidential term, Amazon Prime day kicks off, UnitedHealth leads the Dow to new all-time highs, the small cap rally rolls on, more pain for luxury, General Motors CEO Mary Barra on EV growth. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
7/16/202441 minutes, 48 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: AMD 7/15/24

Jim and Jeff discuss buying a small position in this chipmaker. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
7/15/20243 minutes, 38 seconds
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The "Trump Trade" After the Assassination Attempt, Exclusive With BlackRock CEO Larry Fink 7/15/24

In the first trading session since former President Donald Trump survived an assassination attempt, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed stock markets rising to start the week --  as a number of traders see improved chances for a Trump election victory in November. Which sectors would benefit most from such an outcome? BlackRock Chairman & CEO Larry Fink joined Jim and Carl at Post 9 to discuss everything from earnings and bitcoin --  to the way forward for the U.S. after the Trump assassination attempt. Also in focus: Goldman Sachs' earnings beat, bullish Wall Street calls on Apple, Macy's ends buyout talks, Trump Media shares soar. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
7/15/202449 minutes, 10 seconds
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After the Tech Sell-off: Big Bank Earnings, Hot PPI, Tesla 11-day Win Streak Snapped 7/12/24

Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Sara Eisen wrapped up the week with market reaction to major banks kicking off earnings season -- JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Citi each posted Q2 beats, but Wells shares took a hit. The Producer Price index for June came in hotter-than-expected, one day after tamer CPI fueled investor hopes for a Fed rate cut in September. The anchors also discussed Thursday's tech selloff, Russell 2000 surge and sharp decline in "Magnificent 7" stocks. Tesla snapped its 11-day win streak on a report of a Robotaxi launch delay. On Friday, UBS slapped the EV maker with a "sell" rating. Also in focus: AT&T falls after its hack disclosure and drags another stock down with it, "2nd Half Playbook" on the chip sector. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
7/12/202441 minutes, 36 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: CPI Report 7/11/24

Jim and Jeff discuss CPI data as traders upped their bets for interest rate cuts. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
7/11/20243 minutes, 48 seconds
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Inflation Falls, Exclusive With NFL Commissioner Goodell, Rough Day for Delta 7/11/24

After another record-setting day for stocks,, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored market reaction to the Consumer Price Index. It shows inflation fell in June from the previous month. Is a September Fed rate cut in the cards? In a CNBC Exclusive at the Allen & Co. conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Julia Boorstin discussed the business of football in the streaming era. Also in focus: Delta shares tumble on guidance and oversupply, what PepsiCo's CEO said about his company’s earnings, Pfizer rises on its experimental obesity pill, Ed Yardeni boosts his year-end S&P 500target to 5800. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
7/11/202445 minutes, 5 seconds
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Squawk on the Street+ Skydance CEO David Ellison & RedBird Capital Managing Partner Gerry Cardinale 7/10/24

Skydance CEO David Ellison and Gerry Cardinale, RedBird Capital Partners founder and managing partner, spoke with CNBC's David Faber about the technological transformation inside Paramount, how it plans to slow the pace of cord-cutting, and more.
7/10/202419 minutes, 44 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Industrial Stocks 7/10/24

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks take a deep dive into a series of industrial stocks to discuss what they like and what they’re watching. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
7/10/20243 minutes, 55 seconds
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Record Highs Roll On, Day 2 of Powell on the Hill, "Comeback Stocks" 7/10/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the catalysts sparking the S&P and Nasdaq to set new record highs in Wednesday's session, including the chip sector aiming for an 8-day win streak after Taiwan Semiconductor's quarterly revenue beat. The anchors also explored what to make of stocks that have rebounded strongly after rough starts to the year, including Tesla in the midst of a ten-day win streak – and Apple, the first to achieve a $3.5 trillion market cap. Also in focus: What to expect from Fed Chair Powell's second day of testimony on Capitol Hill, management turnover at 3M and Chipotle, Jeff Bezos' Amazon share sale. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
7/10/202440 minutes, 47 seconds
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More Market Records, Tesla Aims For a "Perfect 10," How Low Can Nike Go? 7/9/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber covered all of the bases on another record-setting day for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq, along with various big tech names. Apple and Microsoft are in a race toward a $3.5 trillion valuation, while Tesla looks to extend its daily win streak to ten – which would be its longest since June 2023. Hear what Cramer had to say about Nike –now the worst performer on the Dow so far this year. Also in focus: What to expect from Fed Chair Jerome Powell's Capitol Hill testimony, Paramount-Skydance deal aftermath, Novo Nordisk falls on study pitting its Wegovy obesity drug against Eli Lilly’s Mounjaro, Jim's "Mad Dash" meets Formula 1.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
7/9/202441 minutes, 17 seconds
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Big Market Week Ahead, Paramount-Skydance Merger Deal, Boeing to Plead Guilty 7/8/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with big tech and AI as a catalyst for S&P 500 and Nasdaq record highs, after five of the "Magnificent 7" stocks hit new all-time highs on Friday. The anchors also explored what investors can expect from a big market week ahead. It includes Fed Chair Powell on Capitol Hill, key inflation data and major banks kicking off earnings season. Also in focus: Paramount and Skydance agree to a merger deal, Boeing agrees to plead guilty to a criminal charge, chips rally, Tesla's big rebound cools off, Eli Lilly's $3.2 billion acquisition. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
7/8/202442 minutes, 49 seconds
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White House Reaction to the Jobs Report, Tech Surges and Nasdaq Makes History, Tesla's Big Week 7/5/24

David Faber, Leslie Picker and Mike Santoli led off the program with reaction to the June employment report, which showed better-than-expected job creation -- but also downward revisions on growth for May and April. Acting Labor Secretary Julie Su discussed White House reaction to the numbers with the presidential  election just four months away. The anchors also weighed in on this week's tech rally and new all-time intraday highs for the Nasdaq. Some members of the "trillion-dollar club" entered Friday's session at record closing highs, while Tesla moved closer to erasing its losses for 2024. Also in focus: The Labour Party's UK election landslide, decision day for Boeing, retail buyouts in the spotlight, banks rally, the 2nd half playbook on energy, Mark Zuckerberg's unique 4th of July celebration. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
7/5/202442 minutes, 23 seconds
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Nasdaq and Big Tech's Record Highs, Tesla Hotter In July, Paramount Soars 7/3/24

Heading into the 4th of July holiday, David Faber, Melissa Lee and Mike Santoli discussed what to make of big tech fueling the Nasdaq to a new all-time high. Microsoft, Apple and Amazon entered Wednesday's trading session at record closing highs. Tesla shares continue to rebound in a big way one day after the EV maker's better-than-expected Q2 deliveries. The stock is closer to erasing its steep losses for 2024. Paramount shares soared on M&A news: According to David’s sources, the company has reached a preliminary deal with Skydance. Also in focus: Ford Q2 auto sales, Southwest's "poison pill."Marko Kolanovic reportedly out as J.P. Morgan Chief Market Strategist. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
7/3/202442 minutes, 34 seconds
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Fed's Powell, ECB's Lagarde and Brazil's Central Bank Chief At ECB Forum 7/2/24

At the ECB's annual central banking forum in Sintra, Portugal, Sara Eisen moderated a panel discussion with Fed Chair Jerome Powell, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde and Central Bank of Brazil Governor Roberto Campos Neto. Among the topics: inflation, interest rates, geopolitics, AI and the path ahead forglobal markets and the economy. David Faber, Leslie Picker and Wilfred Frost covered all of the bases on the markets, including Tesla shares jumpingon stronger-than-expected Q2 deliveries. Also in focus: Barry Diller and the Paramount M&A saga. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
7/2/20241 hour, 28 minutes, 56 seconds
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2nd Half Playbook, Boeing Buys Spirit AeroSystems, Chewy "Roaring Kitty" Effect 7/1/24

After a bullish first half for stocks, David Faber, Leslie Picker and Mike explored what to expect from the markets as we enter the second half of 2024. They discussed the AI-fueled tech sector rally, the moves in Nvidia versus Treasury yields -- and whether or not we could see a broader rally for the rest of this year. Wedbush analyst Dan Ives joined eth anchors at Post 9 with his 2H forecast for tech. Also focus: Boeing agrees to acquire Spirit AeroSystems for $4.7 billion in stock, 'why "Roaring Kitty" sparked a 20% jump in Chewy shares before gains were erased, banks boosting dividends, countdown to the Supreme Court ruling on Trump immunity case. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
7/1/202441 minutes, 19 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Amazon, Alphabet & Apple 6/28/24

Jim Cramer discusses why he believes these FTC-targeted stocks are buys. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
6/28/20243 minutes, 32 seconds
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Wrapping Up 1H: Post-Debate Markets, Trump-Friendly Stocks, Nike Tumbles 6/28/24

On the final trading day of June, Q2 and the first half of 2024. Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored market reaction to Thursday night's presidential debate. With Democrats unnerved by President Biden's performance, Cramer highlighted stocks he believes would benefit from an election win by former President Trump. The anchors also discussed Nike shares tumbling on a surprise Q4 sales decline and weak revenue guidance. Also in focus: PCE indicates tame inflation, preparing for second half markets, assessing the S&P 500's first half winners and losers, Chewy's wild ride. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
6/28/202441 minutes, 42 seconds
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AI Rally Detour for Micron, Walgreens Plummets, $2T Amazon 6/27/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer led off the show with shares of Micron down sharply after the chipmaker's guidance overshadowed better-than-expected quarterly results. What does this mean for the AI trade? The anchors also discussed what to make of Walgreens Boots Alliance shares plunging by more than 20%. The drugstore chain posted an earnings miss, slashed full-year guidance and announced store closures. Also in focus: Amazon joins the $2 trillion valuation club, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang on robotics, Levi Strauss tumbles, bank stress test results, Nike earnings preview. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
6/27/202440 minutes, 43 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Apple 6/26/24

Jim and Jeff discuss Apple's AI strategy. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
6/26/20243 minutes, 42 seconds
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FedEx Delivers a Rally, Rivian Soars on VW Investment, Nvidia's Rebound 6/26/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed what to make of FedEx shares rallying by double-digits on better-than-expected Q4 results. Rivian shares soared on Volkswagen agreeing to invest up to $5 billion in the EV startup. The anchors explored what it could mean for the EV/auto industry landscape. Also in focus: Nvidia looks to extend Tuesday's 6% rebound, rising yields pressure stocks, what to expect from Micron earnings, Southwest Airlines cuts revenue guidance, Whirlpool soars on takeover speculation, bank stress tests preview. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
6/26/202441 minutes, 34 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia & Pool Corp 6/25/24

Jim and Jeff discuss what made Nvidia rise after a slight weekend dip & Pool Corp takes a dive as demand remains weak amid a challenging economy. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
6/25/20243 minutes, 45 seconds
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Nvidia In Correction Territory, Playing the "Frugal Economy," the EU vs. Microsoft 6/25/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer led off the show with Nvidia: Shares trying to rebound after falling more than 17% from record highs set last week. What's the proper entry point to buy the stock? Jim also outlined his retail picks for a "frugal economy." Also in focus: The EU's antitrust charges against Microsoft, a double dose of Apple news, Carnival's surprise profit, Boeing reportedly changes its proposal to buy Spirit AeroSystems, Airbus slides, a look at the charts Cramer says should get the Fed's attention. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
6/25/202441 minutes, 58 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Chipmakers 6/24/24

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss the recent moves in several semiconductor stocks. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
6/24/20243 minutes, 41 seconds
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The Nvidia Conundrum, Apple From the EU to AI, DOJ vs. Boeing? 6/24/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed what to make of Nvidia shares falling once again, days after the chipmaker held the title of world's most valuable company. Cramer explored how investors should value Nvidia -- as well as other major tech players. Apple in the spotlight: The company hit with the first charges under the EU's new digital competition law. The iPhone maker reportedly held talks with Meta about forging an AI partnership. Also in focus: U.S. prosecutors are reportedly recommending that the Justice Department bring criminal charges against Boeing, Disney/Pixar's "Inside Out 2" continues its box office hot streak, the latest biotech stock to soar, highlights from Jim's vacation. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
6/24/202442 minutes, 3 seconds
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Tech Pullback, Nvidia Loses Market Cap Crown, Ferrari CEO Exclusive 6/21/24

One day after the Nasdaq snapped its 7-day win streak, Carl Quintanilla, Melissa Lee and Michael Santoli explored what to make of the pullback in the tech sector –  with Nvidia extending its Thursday losses and Microsoft replacing the chipmaker as the world's most valuable company. In Italy, Robert Frank spoke exclusively with the CEO of Ferrari about the company's foray into EVs. Also in focus: Bullish analyst calls on Apple and Nike, Sarepta soars, discounts at Starbucks, Oppenheimer Asset Management's chief investment strategist shares his sector picks -- and why he believes it's unlikely we'll see a Fed rate cut this year.   Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
6/21/202441 minutes, 18 seconds
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Nvidia As the New Market Cap King, Fresh Record Highs, Musk Walks Back Comments 6/20/24

Carl Quintanilla, Melissa Lee and Michael Santoli explored the mega-tech rally, with Nvidia surpassing Microsoft and Apple to become the world's most valuable company. The chipmaker extended its gains, helping the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit fresh record highs. The anchors also reacted to what Elon Musk said at Cannes Lions about advertisers, months after he uttered profane remarks aimed at those who wouldn't place ads on his X platform. Also in focus: Lilly sues to stop counterfeit obesity drugs, Boeing safetly scrutiny, KB Home and Accenture jump post-earnings, Piper Sandler's chief strategist on "softilocks" and the markets, why Amazon is ditching plastic. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
6/20/202442 minutes, 18 seconds
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Retail Sales Miss, Markets' Record Run, Tech Rally: Apple vs. Microsoft 6/18/24

On the final trading day before the Juneteenth holiday, Carl Quintanilla, Sara Eisen and Michael Santoli explored market reaction to weaker-than-expected retail sales data for May:  What it all means for the Fed, investors and consumers. The anchors also discussed the S&P 500 and Nasdaq entering Tuesday's trading session at record closing highs. It's the same for Apple and Microsoft as they resume their battle for the title of most valuable company. Also in focus: EV startup Fisker files for bankruptcy, Lennar falls despite a quarterly earnings beat, chips rally, what Dell CEO Michael Dell told CNBC about AI PCs, Citi CEO Jane Fraser’s message atthe company's "Services Investor Day."  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
6/18/202441 minutes, 51 seconds
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S&P 500 Target Hike to 6000, Tech's June Dominance, “Mag 7”: Tesla Out, Broadcom In? 6/17/24

Carl Quintanilla, Sara Eisen and Michael Santoli kicked off the holiday-shortened trading week with a look at bullish Wall Street calls on the markets, including Evercore ISI hiking its year-end S&P 500 target to 6000. The anchors also explored how dominant tech has been this month: The overwhelming number of S&P 500 leaders coming from the information technology sector -- Apple and Nvidia among them. At Post 9, Interactive Brokers Chief Strategist Steve Sosnick explained why he believes Broadcom should replace Tesla in the "Magnificent 7." Also in focus: Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari on rate cuts, Senator Chuck Grassley launches a probe into Boeing and the FAA, Tesla roundup, activism boosts shares of Autodesk. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
6/17/202441 minutes, 17 seconds
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Tesla After Musk Pay Package Approval, Adobe's AI Rally, Markets' Record Run 6/14/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber engaged in a wide-ranging discussion about what's next for Tesla after the company's shareholders ratified Elon Musk's massive 2018 pay package. The anchors reacted to what Musk said at Tesla's annual meeting about the EV maker's valuation and robotics. Also in focus: Adobe surges after AI demand fuels the company's quarterly results and guidance, broader markets coming off record closing highs, what Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester told CNBC about rates, Apple and Microsoft ramp up their valuation battle, GameStop/Roaring Kitty update. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
6/14/202441 minutes, 14 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Broadcom 6/13/24

Jim and Jeff weigh in on this semiconductor stock’s AI-fueled earnings beat. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
6/13/20243 minutes, 52 seconds
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Surprise PPI, Musk on Pay Vote, Broadcom Soars and Sets 10-for-1 Stock Split 6/13/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with market reaction to an inflation surprise: The Producer Price Index showing a decline in May on a month-to-month basis. The anchors also discussed Elon Musk's claim that Tesla shareholders are backing his massive 2018 pay package "by wide margins" -- hours ahead of the company's annual meeting. Riding the AI rally: Broadcom shares soared to fresh record highs after posting a Q2 beat and setting a 10-for-1 stock split. Williams-Sonoma announced its own stock-split -- 2-for-1. Also in focus: Nasdaq hits another all-time high, Apple-Microsoft battle for market cap supremacy, Paramount deal update, former President Trump to meet with top CEOs. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
6/13/202441 minutes, 8 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Costco 6/12/24

Cramer says this grocery stock can ‘out Walmart, Walmart’. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
6/12/20244 minutes, 10 seconds
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Cooler Than Expected Print, Paramount Update, Oracle’s AI-Fueled Boom 6/12/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the hour by breaking down the market rally following this morning’s inflation data. The consumer price index held flat in May, but increased 3.3% from a year ago. Both numbers were 0.1 percentage points below market expectations, which sent stocks soaring and yields lower. After the market discussion, David Faber reported the latest around Paramount, after National Amusements stopped discussions with Skydance, ending months of deal discussions without a transaction. After the opening bells, the desk also reacted to Oracle’s latest quarter. Shares of the tech company rallied on Google and OpenAI deals despite posting an earnings miss. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
6/12/202446 minutes, 8 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Apple 6/11/24

Jim and Jeff discuss the aftermath of this mega-cap tech event. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
6/11/20243 minutes
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Apple AI Reaction, Musk's Threat, Stocks Slump Ahead of Fed Decision and CPI 6/11/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market reaction to Apple's AI unveil, which took place at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday. The stock closed down 2% just hours after the announcement. The anchors also reacted to Elon Musk saying he would ban Apple devices from his companies if the iPhone maker partners with OpenAI. Also in focus: Stocks fall from record closing highs ahead of Wednesday's CPI data and Fed rate decision, General Motors announces a new $6 billion stock buyback,GameStop shares extend losses post-Roaring Kitty livestream, FDA panel backs Eli Lilly's Alzheimer's drug.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
6/11/202442 minutes, 46 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Coterra Energy 6/10/24

Jim and Jeff discuss this energy stock’s investment into natural gas. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
6/10/20243 minutes, 32 seconds
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Busy Week: Apple WWDC, Musk Pay Vote, Inflation and the Fed 6/10/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer covered all of the bases in kicking off a busy week for the markets: What to expect from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, inflation data and the Fed's decision on interest rates, Tesla shareholders to vote on Elon Musk's 2018 pay package. Meme stock madness: Cramer reacted to Roaring Kitty's livestream and the Friday plunge in GameStop shares. Also in focus: Nvidia's 10-for-1 stock split goes into effect, AMD downgraded, Southwest Airlines gets a boost from activism, EU elections impact, new additions to the S&P 500. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
6/10/202442 minutes, 8 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Apple 6/7/24

Jim and Jeff discuss Apple's big tech event. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
6/7/20242 minutes, 58 seconds
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Jobs Report Reaction, GameStop's "Roaring" Wild Ride, Street Views on Musk Pay Vote 6/7/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market reaction to the May jobs report ahead of next week's Fed meeting. Hiring exceeded forecasts and the unemployment rate rose to 4%. Meme stock volatility rolls on: GameStop shares take a hit on the early release of its Q1 results and plans for an equity offering -- one day after soaring 47% on news that "Roaring Kitty" scheduled a YouTube livestream for Friday. Also in focus: What ARK Invest's Cathie Wood and Wedbush's Dan Ives are saying about the upcoming Tesla shareholder vote on Elon Musk's 2018 pay package, countdown to Apple's WWDC, Nvidia's 10-for-1 stock split goes into effect after Friday's close of trading. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
6/7/202441 minutes, 22 seconds
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Nvidia Joins the $3T Club, Tesla's Musk Pay Package Push, ECB Cuts Rates 6/6/24

On another record setting day for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber drilled down on mega-tech:Nvidia hits a $3 trillion market cap for the first time, surpassing Apple to become the second-most valuable public company in the U.S. behind Microsoft. How high can the chipmaker go? The anchors also reactedto what Tesla Chair Robyn Denholm told CNBC about next week's shareholder vote on Elon Musk's massive pay package.Also in focus: The U.S. Treasury Department weighs in on AI risks, The ECB cuts interest rates for the first time since 2019, lifts for Lululemon and Costco, Disney's Florida parks investment plan, Paramount deal update. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
6/6/202446 minutes, 2 seconds
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SEC Chair Gensler "First on CNBC," Musk's Confirmation, Nvidia Marching Toward $3T 6/5/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber interviewed SEC Chair Gary Gensler on set at Post 9 of the New York Stock Exchange. Topics included market manipulation, crypto regulation and the AI revolution. Elon Musk confirmed the CNBC.com report which says he diverted Nvidia AI chip shipments meant for Tesla to "X" and "xAI." Also in focus: Nvidia's market cap jumps closer to $3 trillion, Jensen Huang and “Jensanity,”Dollar Tree is considering a possible sale of Family Dollar, HPE surges, Apple WWDC just days away, the future for AI PCs. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
6/5/202447 minutes, 45 seconds
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Musk and AI Chips, Intel CEO Strikes Back At Nvidia, Meme Madness Twist 6/4/24

Jim Cramer and David Faber engaged in a wide-ranging discussion about a new report from CNBC.com: Elon Musk ordered Nvidia to prioritize shipments of AI chips to X and xAI ahead of Tesla. The anchors also reacted to what Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger said about the company’s new AI chips -- and Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang. Also in focus: Apple in positive territory for 2024, Tesla auto sales in China and Ford U.S. sales, a twist involving "Roaring Kitty" and the meme stocks frenzy, Skydance’s deal for Paramount awaits Shari Redstone's approval. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
6/4/202441 minutes, 27 seconds
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Nvidia and AMD Up the Ante on AI, Paramount M&A Update, GameStop Soars, J&J CEO Exclusive 06/03/24

On the first trading day of June, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the AI chips race. Nvidia unveiled itsnext-generation platform and said it plans to roll out versions of its AI chips every year. AMD launched its own lineupof AI chips in an effort to take on its trillion-dollar rival. David reported that Skydance is poised to announce a takeover ofParamount Global in the coming days. Also in focus: An exclusive interview with Johnson & Johnson CEO Joaquin Duato, GameStop shares soar as meme stock madness returns, Tesla strikes back at ISS ahead of this month’s Elon Musk pay package vote. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
6/3/202445 minutes, 56 seconds
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Wrapping Up May: Inflation Watch, Dell Plunges, Musk Pay Package Update 5/31/24

On the final trading day of May, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market reaction to the Fed's preferred inflation measure -- Core PCE. With AI in the spotlight, the anchors reacted to shares of Dell plunging despite better-than-expected quarterly results. Also in focus: Proxy advisor ISS urges Tesla shareholders to reject Elon Musk's multi-billion dollar pay package, former President Trump's guilty verdict, what Best Buy's CEO told Jim about AI PCs on "Mad Money," earnings winners and losers, activist investor speaks out about casino and sports gambling company Penn Entertainment. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
5/31/202441 minutes, 46 seconds
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Salesforce Plunges, Nasdaq and Blue Chip Blues, Retail Earnings Barrage 5/30/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with Salesforce shares tumbling and dragging the Dow sharply lower. The company posted a quarterly revenue miss and issued weaker-than-expected guidance. The anchors reacted to what Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff told Jim Wednesday night on Mad Money. What's next for the stock? On the retail front: Best Buysurges, Foot Locker soars and Kohl's plummets in reaction to earnings news. Also in focus: Q1 GDP growth revised downward, Nasdaq coming off its worst day of May, CNBC reports Nelson Peltz has sold his entire stake in Disney, McDonald's defends its menu prices, Nestle CEO's message on weight-loss drugs. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/30/202441 minutes, 37 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Abbott Labs 5/29/24

Jim and Jeff discuss why they’re adding to this health care stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/29/20243 minutes, 49 seconds
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Stocks Slide After Nasdaq 17K, Conoco-Marathon $17B Deal, Airline Stocks' Turbulence 5/29/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed stock markets under pressure one day after the Nasdaq closed above 17,000 for the first time. Cramer explained why he's concerned about one particular group missing out on the tech sector rally. Energy M&A back in the spotlight: ConocoPhillips has agreed to buy Marathon Oil for more than $17 billion in stock. Also in focus: American Airlines takes a hit on lowered guidance and drags down shares of rival carriers, what to expect from Salesforce's quarterly results due out after Wednesday's close of trading, two retailers surge on earnings, a bank gets slapped with a "sell" rating. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/29/202441 minutes, 11 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Dover Corp 5/28/24

Jim and Jeff break down the earnings momentum of this industrial stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/28/20242 minutes, 57 seconds
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Tech Rally Rolls On, Nvidia Extends Record Run, Musk's xAI Raises $6B 5/28/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked off a holiday-shortened week with a look at tech sector momentum and the Nasdaq trading at all-time highs. Nvidia surged to new record highs on the heels of news out of Elon Musk's xAI: The OpenAI rival said it raised $6 billion in its latest fundraising round.Also in focus: Proxy advisor Glass Lewis urges Tesla shareholders to reject Musk's massive pay package, Apple gets positive iPhone news out of China, David reports activist investor Elliott Management has taken a $2.5 billionstake in Texas Instruments, holiday box office weakness, a “taxing” day for DraftKings, Jensen Huang's first pitch.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/28/202442 minutes, 22 seconds
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Morning After the Sell-off, Nvidia Rally Rolls On, Musk's EV Tariffs Switch 5/24/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored what's next for the markets and investors after Thursday's sell-off and the Dow’s worst session since March 2023. The anchors also discussed Nvidia extending its post-earnings rally and adding more than $200 billion in market cap after posting its blowout quarter. Also in focus: Elon Musk's about-face regarding U.S. tariffs on Chinese EVs, Tesla reportedly cutting Model Y production in China, earnings bright spots, Burger King joins the value meal price wars, Novo Nordisk's latest Ozempic study, time to consider Eli Lilly for the "Magnificent 7"? Carl and Jim remember long-time CNBC anchor Mark Haines on the 13th anniversary of his death. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
5/24/202441 minutes, 13 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia 5/23/24

Jim Cramer breaks down this AI powerhouse’s blockbuster earnings beat. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/23/20243 minutes, 51 seconds
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AI Boom: Nvidia's Blowout Quarter and 10-for-1 Stock Split Fuel New Record Highs 5/23/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer covered all of the bases on Nvidia's record quarter and 10-for-1 stock split announcement.The chipmaker's shares jumped above $1,000 for the first time and sparked a tech sector rally, resulting in new all-time highs for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq.  Cramer explained what it all means for the AI trade, along with how Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg fit into the Nvidia picture. Also in focus: Jamie Dimon's stagflation message, DOJ vs. Ticketmaster parent Live Nation, DuPont to split into three publicly traded companies. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/23/202444 minutes, 14 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: TJX 5/22/24

Cramer praises this ‘bargain’ retailer after earnings beat. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/22/20243 minutes, 26 seconds
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Target Misses, Market Records, Nvidia Earnings Countdown 05/22/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer led off the show with Target shares taking a hit on a quarterlyearnings miss and sales decline. Cramer explains how "Food's Big 3" fit into the picture.The anchors discussed the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hitting record closing highs ahead of Nvidia'smuch-anticipated earnings due out after Wednesday's quarterly results. Can the chip giant live up to Wall Street’s lofty expectations? Also in focus: Apple aims for an 8-day win streak, Williams-Sonoma and TJX among retail's earnings winners, Lululemon restructuring, Tesla's European sales, Toll Brotherstumbles despite upbeat earnings and guidance.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/22/202442 minutes, 50 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Palo Alto 5/21/24

Jim Cramer breaks down earnings from this cybersecurity stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/21/20243 minutes, 25 seconds
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Nasdaq's Record Run, Fed's Waller on Rates, Dimon on Succession 05/21/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed tech sector momentum one day after a record closing high for the Nasdaq -- and ahead of Nvidia's earnings report due out after the bellWednesday.The anchors also stayed on top of market reaction to comments from Fed GovernorChristopher Waller on rates and inflation. Also in focus: Jamie Dimon on retirement and JPMorgan Chase's succession plans, Lowe's and Macy's earnings, Michael Dell's take on AI PCs, Palo Alto slides,  Morgan Stanley analyst AdamJonas' note on Tesla, AI and "Muskonomics." Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/21/202442 minutes, 46 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia 5/20/24

Cramer urges investors to stop thinking Nvidia can ‘make or break’ the stock market. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/20/20243 minutes, 34 seconds
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Dow 40,000 and Beyond, Nvidia's Big Week, Apple-China Saga 05/20/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored what's ahead for the markets after a week which saw theDow close above 40,000 for the first time ever. Jim spoke about what a "virtuous cycle" means for investors.The anchors also discussed Nvidia ahead of its much-anticipated earnings report due out this week, as well as the firms raising their price targets on the stock. Also in focus: Apple reportedly slashing iPhone prices in China, Tesla's video message to investors urging them to support Elon Musk's pay package, another big week of retail earnings, JPMorgan Chase's investor day, record run for gold and copper, oil prices and the death of Iran's president. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/20/202443 minutes, 13 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: DuPont 5/17/24

Jim Cramer explains why he wants this chemical stock holding to come down more. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/17/20242 minutes, 58 seconds
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China’s Housing Hail Mary, Reddit/OpenAI Deal, Gaming Woes 5/17/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer started the show by breaking down another positive week for stocks. The Dow was on pace for its 5th straight week of gains, a day after it hit that 40k milestone for the first time ever. CNBC’s Beijing Bureau Chief, Eunice Yoon also joined the program, to discuss China pledging $42 billion in a slew of measures to support the country’s struggling property sector. After the opening bells, the desk hit Reddit shares rallying, after striking a deal with OpenAI allowing the use of its data for training AI models. Also in the mix: Take-Two slashed its bookings forecast, and announced that its new Grand Theft auto game would be released in Fall 2025.   Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
5/17/202441 minutes, 48 seconds
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Squawk on the Street 05/16/24

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.Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/16/202442 minutes, 22 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Alphabet 5/15/24

Cramer says this mega-cap stock still faces ‘existential’ threat from AI. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/15/20243 minutes, 24 seconds
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S&P Record High, Easing Inflation, Meme Stocks Cool Off 5/15/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the hour by dissecting this morning's CPI print. which increased 0.3% from March. That was slightly below the Dow Jones estimate for 0.4%. The easing inflation data gave stocks a boost, with both the S&P and Nasdaq both touching record highs. On the other hand, the meme stocks moved lower in today's session, cooling off from their red hot starts to the week. Also in the mix: In an interview with Sky News, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon urged the U.S. to reduce its fiscal deficit sooner rather than later, warning the issue will likely become “far more uncomfortable” if it continues to be overlooked. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/15/202441 minutes, 51 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: GameStop 5/14/24

Jim Cramer says this surging meme stock has no ‘game plan’. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/14/20242 minutes, 44 seconds
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PPI Runs Hot, OpenAI Reveals New AI Model, Meme Craze Continues 05/14/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber started the show by discussing this morning’s inflation data.  The producer price index, a measure of what producers receive for the goods they produce, increased 0.5% in April and was up 2.2% on a 12-month basis, the biggest gain in a year. The anchors then shifted to the ongoing meme craze, as shares of GameStop and AMC surged again. Because of Monday’s massive rally, short-selling hedge funds suffered a mark-to-market loss of $838 million in GameStop. Before the opening bell, the desk also reacted to OpenAI’s latest flagship product GPT-4o, which the company says “can reason across text, audio, and video in real time.” Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/14/202442 minutes, 58 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia 5/13/24

Jim and Jeff discuss the share moves for this semiconductor stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/13/20243 minutes, 12 seconds
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S&P Record Watch, AI Arms Race, Roaring Kitty Claws Back 5/13/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the hour by breaking down this ongoing market rally, with the Dow aiming for its 9th straight day of gains. The desk also reacted to news that Softbank Group’s Arm Holdings is reportedly planning on launching AI chips in 2025. Staying with the semis, Cramer highlighted Micron for his “Mad Dash” saying he believes the stock will continue to climb; Micron is up 100% over the last full-year of trading. Also in the mix: GameStop shares surged after trader ‘Roaring Kitty’ posted online for the first time in roughly three years. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
5/13/202442 minutes, 48 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: P&G 5/10/24

Jim and Jeff discuss the strength in this consumer staple stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer 
5/10/20243 minutes, 57 seconds
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Market Momentum, Apple's Apology, EV Watch 5/10/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what to make of the markets' upward momentum: The Dow aiming for an eight-session win streak and the S&P 500 trading at five-week highs. The anchors highlighted some high-flying stocks worthy of your attention. They also reacted to Apple apologizing for its controversial new iPad ad. On the EV front: China's Zeekr priced its IPO at the top of the range ahead of its NYSE debut, while new data show Tesla losing Chinese market share. Also in focus: President Biden and China tariffs, Warner Bros. Discovery and the battle over NBA rights. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
5/10/202442 minutes, 1 second
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Squawk on the Street+ Goldman Sachs President & COO John Waldron 5/9/24

CNBC's Carl Quintanilla spoke with John Waldron, Goldman Sachs president and COO, at the Goldman Sachs Professional Investment Forum to discuss IPO markets, government spending, competition with China, and more.
5/9/202411 minutes, 3 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Costco 5/9/24

Cramer calls this grocery stock ‘consistent’ after its monthly sales report. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/9/20244 minutes, 11 seconds
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Arm Holdings Slides, Warner Bros. Discovery Misses, Airbnb CEO Talks Earnings and "Icons" 05/09/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with one of the beneficiaries of the AI boom:Chip designer Arm Holdings down sharply as lower-than-expected revenue guidance overshadowed a Q4 beat. What’s next for the AI trade? Warner Bros. Discovery posted a quarterly miss.The company's streaming bundle partnership with Disney also in the spotlight. Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky joined the programto discuss the company's earnings beat, guidance that weighed on the stock and launch of its "Icons" experiences. Also in focus: Affirm among the earnings bright spots, more monthly sales gains for Costco, Apple's controversial new iPad ad, Norfolk Southern CEO vs. activists.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/9/202445 minutes, 15 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: 'Cracks' in the Market 5/8/24

Cramer says more and more cracks are beginning to emerge in the stock market. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/8/20243 minutes, 44 seconds
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Tesla in the Crosshairs, Shopify Pres. Reacts to Tumbling Stock, Reddit Jumps, Uber Falls 05/08/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed a report that sent Tesla shares lower: According to Reuters'sources, U.S. prosecutors are examining whether the EV maker committed securities or wire fraud in their Autopilot probe.Shopify President Harley Finkelstein joined the program to talk about the company's Q1 earnings beat -- and the stock tumbling on guidance. The anchors also reacted to Reddit shares rising and Uber shares down sharply following the release of the companies’ respective quarterly results. Also in focus: Microsoft's $3.3 billion AI investment, Disney the morningafter its stock fell 9.5% post-earnings. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/8/202442 minutes, 53 seconds
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Disney Shares Slump Despite Earnings Beat, Musk on AI, Markets' Win Streak 05/07/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with shares of Disney sharply lower: A slight Q2revenue miss overshadowed an earnings beat and a surprise profit for Disney+ and Hulu. Jim explained why he believesthe selling of Disney shares was an overreaction. The anchors also reacted to Elon Musk's latest warning on AI in remarks delivered Monday night at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Los Angeles. Also in focus: Major indices aim to extend their daily win streaks, EVs in the spotlight as Tesla China sales fell in April, Apple's virtual iPad event and the road ahead for mega-tech stocks, earnings winners and losers. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/7/202442 minutes, 36 seconds
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Squawk on the Street+ Goldman Sachs Chairman & CEO David Solomon 5/6/24

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon discusses the company’s AI strategy, M&A, and company outlook.
5/6/202413 minutes, 16 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Starbucks 5/6/24

Jim and Jeff break down turnaround trouble at this struggling coffee stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/6/20243 minutes, 43 seconds
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Buffett on Apple and AI, Apollo Global CEO at Milken, Disney Earnings Watch 5/6/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at Warren Buffett and Apple after the tech giant's Friday surge. The anchors reacted to comments Buffett made at Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholder meeting on Saturday -- everything from his company trimming its stake in the iPhone maker to the "Oracle of Omaha" expressing fears about AI. At the Milken Institute's Global Conference in Los Angeles, David sat down with Apollo Global CEO Marc Rowan to discuss Paramount, private markets and campus protests. Also in focus: The stocks extending Friday's market rally, what to expect from Disney's earnings due out Tuesday morning, Howard Schultz's response to Starbucks' big Q2 miss. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
5/6/202445 minutes, 31 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Apple 5/3/24

Jim and Jeff discuss their price target raise of this mega cap tech stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/3/20243 minutes, 43 seconds
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April Jobs Report and Apple Combine to Spark Market Rally 5/3/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber covered all of the bases on Friday's stock market rally.The two main catalysts: The April employment report shows the economy created fewer jobs than expected,fueling investor hopes for a Fed rate cut. Apple shares surged as the company's Q2 earnings beat, guidance and record $110 billion share buyback program overshadowed a decline in revenue and iPhone sales. What does it all mean for big tech?  Also in focus: A "Faber Report" on the Paramount deal saga, Amgen soars, earnings winners and losers, Cramer reacts to the New York Knicks eliminating the Philadelphia 76ers from the NBA Playoffs.    Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/3/202442 minutes, 25 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Linde 5/2/24

Jim and Jeff break down the opportunities in this industrial stock after earnings. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/2/20243 minutes, 49 seconds
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Powell Effect on the Markets, What to Expect From Apple’s Earnings, Peloton CEO Steps Down 5/2/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with markets digesting Wednesday's post-Fed decision comments by Chair Jerome Powell. He said it is unlikely that the Fed's next move would be a rate hike. The anchors also discussed what to expect from Apple's quarterly results due outafter Thursday's close of trading. Jim outlined what he sees ahead for the stock. Also in focus: Carvanasoars, Qualcomm jumps, DoorDash tumbles, Peloton CEO Barry McCarthy steps down and the company cuts jobs, Tesla developments, Ford April auto sales, revisiting Wednesday's Starbucks stock plunge and exclusive interview with CEO Laxman Narasimhan. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/2/202441 minutes, 46 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Fed Preview 5/1/24

Jim and Jeff look ahead to the Federal Reserve’s rate policy decision. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
5/1/20243 minutes, 37 seconds
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Exclusive: Starbucks CEO on Quarterly Miss, Amazon and the Earnings Parade, Market Playbook for May 05/01/24

On the first trading day of May, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what's ahead for stocksafter the markets++ ended a tough April with a sell-off. The anchors also looked toward Wednesday's Fed decision on rates and Chair Jerome Powell's news conference. Starbucks CEO Laxman Narasimhan joined the program exclusively to discuss his company'sweaker-than-expected quarterly results and guidance that caused its stock to plunge. Jim challenged the CEO on a number of fronts, including why investors should own Starbucks shares.More earnings in focus: Amazon gets a lift from AI, Pfizer rises, Pinterest soars -- but a rough day for the likes of CVS, AMD and Super Micro. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
5/1/202448 minutes, 34 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Eli Lilly 4/30/24

Jim and Jeff discuss Eli Lilly after the company beat on quarterly profit and hiked its full-year guidance on strong sales of Mounjaro and Zepbound. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer  
4/30/20243 minutes, 48 seconds
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Stocks' Labor Pains, McDonald's Misses, Lilly's Weight-Loss Gains, Tesla Layoffs Talk 4/30/24

On the final trading day of April, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed rate fears weighing on stocks: The Q1 Employment Cost Index came in higher than expected -- ahead of the Fed's two-day policy meeting, which ends Wednesday. The anchors reacted to McDonald's Q1 earnings miss, which was due in part to customers tightening their belts amid price hikes. The earnings barrage included Eli Lilly posting a Q1 beat and raising guidance thanks to demand for its obesity drugs -- and blue chips Coca-Cola and 3M toppingestimates.Also in focus: Reports of more layoffs at Tesla, Walmart closes health clinics, Paramount's uncertain future, Faber Report on the battle for NBA television rights. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/30/202442 minutes, 35 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Apple 4/29/24

Jim and Jeff discuss Bernstein's upgrade of Apple. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest 
4/29/20243 minutes, 19 seconds
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Musk’s Surprise Visit to China, Paramount Deal Talks, Busiest Week of Earnings 4/29/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the hour by discussing Elon Musk’s surprise visit to China. Tesla shares surged after local Chinese authorities removed restrictions on its cars, after they passed the country’s data security requirements. The anchors then shifted to the broader markets, as the S&P and Nasdaq both posted their best weeks of 2024. The desk also looked ahead to busiest week of earnings, with nearly 1/3 of all S&P 500 companies set to report results. Later in the hour, David had a Faber Report surrounding Paramount, saying Skydance has made its final offer for the media company.   Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
4/29/202442 minutes, 48 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Microsoft & Alphabet 4/26/24

Jim and Jeff discuss Microsoft and Alphabet and their big bets on AI. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer 
4/26/20243 minutes, 53 seconds
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Inflation Watch Day 2, Alphabet and Microsoft Spark Tech Rally, Exclusive: Micron and Chevron CEOs 4/26/24

One day after rate fears weighed on stocks, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market reaction to the Fed's favorite inflation measure: March Core PCE came in slightly above consensus forecasts on a year-over-year basis. The anchors also engaged in a wide-ranging discussion about Alphabet and Microsoft lifting the tech sector. Both companies posted Q1 beats amid their AI push. A CEO doubleheader: Micron's Sanjay Mehrotra joined the program at Post 9 to discuss being awarded up to $6.1 billion in CHIPS Act grants. Chevron's Mike Wirth offered his take on earnings, oil and natural gas prices and his company's deal to acquire Hess. Also in focus: Snap soars, Intel tumbles. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
4/26/202442 minutes, 42 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Meta 4/25/24

Jim and Jeff discuss why the Club trimmed this mega cap stock and its post earnings slide. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
4/25/20243 minutes, 42 seconds
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Triple Whammy: GDP, Hotter Inflation Gauge, Meta Spark Market Sell-off 4/25/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber covered all of the bases regarding Thursday's stock market sell-off, surge in yields and rate fears. The catalysts: Q1 GDP growth below consensus estimates, the Core PCE Price Index -- a key measure of inflation -- came in hotter than expected, Meta shares plunged on revenue guidance and plans to increase spending on AI. Also in focus: An earnings barrage including Thursday’s Dow laggards Caterpillar and IBM, the CEOs of ServiceNow and Southwest Airlines joined the program to discuss their companies' quarterly results and outlook. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/25/202443 minutes, 1 second
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Tesla Surges, Boeing CEO Exclusive, Earnings Deluge: Winners and Losers 4/24/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber reacted to shares of Tesla surging just days after falling to a 52-week low. The EV maker’s plans to produce "more affordable" vehicles overshadowed weaker-than-expected Q1 results. What should you do with the stock?  In an exclusive interview, Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun discussed the company's narrower Q1 loss, its strategy for improving quality control and the search for his successor.  Also in focus: Market reaction to a slew of earnings reports from the likes of AT&T and Visa, Meta and a potential TikTok ban, pain in the luxury space, why one particular stock is up more than 600% from year-ago levels. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/24/202441 minutes, 43 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Danaher 4/23/24

Jim and Jeff discuss the comeback of this health-care stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
4/23/20243 minutes, 51 seconds
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Earnings Movers, Bracing for Tesla's Q1 Results, Apple's iPhone Challenges in China. 4/23/24

After Monday's rebound rally in stocks, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market reaction to a slew of earnings reports: General Motors and GE Aerospace among the biggest gainers. The anchors also explored what to expect from Tesla's much-anticipated quarterly results due out after Tuesday's close of trading -- with the stock down more than 40% so far this year. Also in focus: New data show Apple iPhone sales in China down 19% in Q1, Spotify surges, Warner Bros. Discovery downgraded, the FTC sues to block the $8.5 billion merger between Coach parent Tapestry and Capri Holdings -- hometo brands including Michael Kors.   Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/23/202442 minutes, 15 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Super Micro Computer 4/22/24

Jim and Jeff discuss market moves for semiconductor stocks. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
4/22/20243 minutes, 59 seconds
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Markets After Tech's Rough Week, Big Earnings Calendar, Tesla Price Cuts 4/22/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed stocks trying to rebound after six straight days of losses for both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq. The "Magnificent 7" lost nearly $1 trillion in market cap last week. Cramer explained why investors should pay close attention to moves in the bond market. Also in focus: Big tech on this week's busy earnings calendar, Tesla car price cuts put further pressure on the stock, Verizon earnings, the House-passed bill that could ban TikTok in the U.S., no Salesforce-Informatica deal, Paramount M&A update, Ken Griffin's Citadel reportedly blasts Trump Media's CEO as a "loser."   Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
4/22/202441 minutes, 58 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: P&G 4/19/24

Jim and Jeff give an earnings analysis on this consumer staple stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
4/19/20243 minutes, 49 seconds
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Markets and the Israel-Iran Conflict, Netflix Slumps, New Woes for Tesla 4/19/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed what to make of the markets trying to shrug off Israel's early Friday retaliatory strike against Iran  -- with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq in the midst of five-session losing streaks. The anchors also reacted to Netflix shares down sharply, as soft Q2 revenue guidance overshadowed a Q1 beat and 9.3 million additional subscribers. Tesla to recall nearly 3,900 Cybertrucks -- as the stock tries to stave off a sixth consecutive day of losses. Also in focus; Earnings from Procter & Gamble and American Express, Paramount surges on buyout bid reports, the latest challenges for Apple in China, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg on AI investment, why Trump Media shares continue to rebound. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
4/19/202442 minutes, 36 seconds
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New 52-Week Lows for Tesla, Cramer's Market Slump Message, Countdown to Netflix Earnings. 4/18/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed Tesla falling to a new 52-week low after Deutsche Bank downgraded the EV maker to "Hold" from "Buy."How low can shares go? Hear Cramer elaborate on his message about certain stocks: "We are in a serious correction and no one wants to admit it." Also in focus: 4-day losingstreaks for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq, what to expect from Netflix's quarterly results after Thursday's close of trading, chip sector movers and AI, earnings winners and losers, the companies scaling back “work from home” arrangements. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/18/202442 minutes, 47 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Abbott Labs 4/17/24

Jim and Jeff discuss why this healthcare holding is being mismarked by the market. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
4/17/20243 minutes, 22 seconds
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Powell's Rate Message and the Markets, United Soars, "Mag 7" CEOs in the Spotlight 4/17/24

With the S&P 500 and Nasdaq in the midst of 3 day-losing streaks, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets digesting Tuesday's comments from Fed Chair Powell,  who suggested interest rates could remain higher for a longer period. The anchors also reactedto United Airlines shares surging after the company posted quarterly results. CEOs of "Magnificent 7" companiesin the news: Apple's Tim Cook in Indonesia considering manufacturing in that country, Tesla urges shareholders to ratify Elon Musk's 2018 pay package, Nvidia's Jensen Huang makes the "Time 100" list. Also in focus: President Biden calls for higher tariffs on Chinese steel, the stock dragging the chip sector lower, lap of luxury, Boeing's woes and the whistleblower, Paramount deal update. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/17/202443 minutes, 18 seconds
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Markets' Wild Ride, Earnings Parade, Exclusive with ECB President Lagarde 4/16/24

With geopolitics and the Fed's rate cut timetable in the spotlight, Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli explored what to make of the recent market volatility: The Dow trying to snap a six-session losing streak and the Nasdaq coming off its worst day in two months. The anchors also discussed market reaction to earnings from the likes of UnitedHealth, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley and Johnson & Johnson. Sara Eisen sat down exclusively with ECB President Christine Lagarde to discuss inflation, interest rates and where the central bank diverges from the Fed on monetary policy. The NCAA women's basketball champion South Carolina Gamecocks rang the NYSE opening bell. Head Coach Dawn Staley and center Kamilla Cardoso -- the third overall pick in the 2024 WNBA Draft -- joined Carl, David and Mike at Post 9. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/16/202451 minutes, 25 seconds
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Iran-Israel Tensions and a Relief Rally, Goldman's Big Beat, Tesla and Apple Under Pressure 4/15/24

After Friday's sell-off, Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Sara Eisen discussed what to expect from a busy new week of trading. Stocks rebounded and crude oil prices pulled back from a weekend spike after Iran's Saturday drone and missile attack against Israel -- with markets hoping there will be no escalation of the conflict between the two countries. A former ambassador joined the program with his take on Middle East tensions. Also in focus: A blowout quarter for Goldman Sachs, Tesla falls after reports of job cuts, Apple shares pull back on data showing iPhone shipments down almost 10% in Q1, DJT shares slide as former President Trump's criminal trial gets underway in New York. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
4/15/202442 minutes, 49 seconds
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Exclusive with BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, Big Bank Earnings, "Red" Chips 4/12/24

David Faber, Sara Eisen and Mike Santoli spoke exclusively with BlackRock Chairman & CEO Larry Fink at Post 9. The head of the world's largest asset management firm discussed various issues including inflation, Fed rate cuts, AI, China and his company's earnings. The anchors also explored another volatile day for markets, with stocks falling amid worries about the Fed's rate cut timeline -- and despite better-than-expected Q1 results from JPMorgan Chase, Citi and Wells Fargo. Also in focus: Shares of Intel and AMD under pressure on a report regarding China, Nasdaq's record closing high, Amazon and Alphabet $2 trillion valuation watch. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer 
4/12/202445 minutes, 32 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Constellation Brands 4/11/24

Jim and Jeff say this surging beer stock still looks cheap on a cash-flow basis. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
4/11/20243 minutes, 52 seconds
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Inflation Day 2 After the Sell-off, Amazon CEO Jassy's Message, "Cities of Success" 4/11/24

One day after a hotter-than-expected consumer inflation report sparked a sell-off on Wall Street, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market reaction to the March Producer Price Index. The wholesale inflation gauge came in a bit tamer than economists’ forecasts. The anchors reacted to what Amazon CEO Andy Jassy told CNBC about the consumer, regulation and his annual letter to shareholders. In Colorado, Carl Quintanilla provided a sneak peek into "Cities of Success: Denver and Boulder," which premieres Thursday night at 10pm ET on CNBC. Also in focus: Nvidia bucks the sell-off, Apple as the only FAANG stock in the red this year, gearing up for Friday's bank earnings, "Faber Report" on a potential Paramount deal, DJT slumps again, the CEOs who attended the White House state dinner for Japan's prime minister. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/11/202443 minutes, 13 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Hot Inflation Report 4/10/24

Jim and Jeff discuss the consumer price index rising 3.5% in March, higher than expectations and marking an acceleration for inflation. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
4/10/20243 minutes, 51 seconds
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Stocks Tumble on Inflation Surprise: What Investors Should Do Now 4/10/24

Jim Cramer and David Faber explored market reaction to the hotter-than-expected March inflation data, which sent yields higher and stocks tumbling. The Consumer Price Index revived worries that the Fed could hold off on a June interest rate cut. Cramer discussed how investors should navigate this market and why he believes the Fed is "in a box." Also in focus: Nvidia in correction territory, divergence in big tech, Delta among thebright spots after an earnings beat, Jack Ma's message to Alibaba employees, Apple ramps up iPhone production in India. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/10/202441 minutes, 42 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Alphabet 4/9/24

Jim and Jeff discuss Alphabet on reports suggesting the company is developing its own in-house chips to cut costs associated with AI development. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
4/9/20243 minutes, 40 seconds
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Musk's AI Prediction, Cramer's Take on Fed Rate Cuts, Amazon Chasing History 4/9/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show by discussing a prediction fromTesla CEO Elon Musk: AI will overtake human intelligence next year. What might this mean for big tech'sAI players? Markets also in the spotlight ahead of Wednesday's key CPI inflation data. Hear why Cramer said "this economy doesn't need" Fed interest rate cuts. Also in focus: Amazon shares aiming for what would be their first record closing high since 2021, Piper Sandler's teen survey, the slump in Trump Media shares, Paramount deal buzz. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/9/202442 minutes, 46 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Eaton 4/8/24

Jim and Jeff discuss Eaton being downgraded at Wolfe Research. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
4/8/20243 minutes, 22 seconds
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Sec. Raimondo on Taiwan Semi CHIPS Act Funding, Sec. Yellen Exclusive in China, Dimon on Rates and AI 4/8/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with news involving a major supplier to Nvidia and Apple. The White House announced CHIPS Act grants of $6.6 billion to Taiwan Semiconductor, for expansion of the chipmaker's Arizona plants. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo and the anchors discussed that funding. Sara Eisen's exclusive interview with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen in China included a focus on tariffs -- with electric vehicles also in the spotlight. Also on the program: Market worries about the Fed possibly scaling back plans for interest rate cuts, Jamie Dimon's message on rates and AI in his annual letter to JPMorgan Chase shareholders, what to make of the banking sector ahead of earnings later this week, why Jim took off his belt. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/8/202442 minutes, 32 seconds
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After the Sell-off: NEC Director Brainard on Jobs Report, Sec. Yellen in China, J&J's $12.5B Deal 4/5/24

On the heels of Thursday's Fedspeak-fueled stock sell-off, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored what investors should make of the better-than-expected March employment data -- and what it could mean for Fed interest rate policy. National Economic Council Director Lael Brainard joined the program with White House reaction to the jobs report. The anchors also reacted to what Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said in China about that country's treatment of U.S. businesses. Also in focus: Johnson & Johnson to buy medical device maker Shockwave Medical for $12.5 billion in cash, "Mag 7" musings, the oil rally, Bob Iger and Nelson Peltz in their own words -- where did ego fit into the Disney proxy battle?  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/5/202442 minutes, 26 seconds
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Squawk on the Street+ Nelson Peltz on Disney proxy battle 4/4/24

Nelson Peltz, Trian Partners founding partner, joins ‘Squawk on the Street’ to discuss the founding partner’s thoughts on Disney after losing the proxy battle for board seats.
4/4/202416 minutes, 28 seconds
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Disney Wins Boardroom Battle: An Exclusive Interview With CEO Bob Iger 4/4/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with Disney fending off a high-profile attemptby activist investor Nelson Peltz to join the company's board. In an exclusive, David interviewed Disney CEOBob Iger at the media giant's headquarters. They discussed several topics including the company's future, Peltz, the stock price, Disney's streaming strategy and succession.Also on the program: Markets bracing for Friday's key jobs data, "Faber Report" on a potential Paramount deal. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/4/202456 minutes, 38 seconds
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Post-Selloff Markets, Steve Cohen on AI, Pivotal Day for Disney 4/3/24

Amid investor concerns that the Fed could implement fewer rate cuts than expected this year, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what to make of the markets' rough start to Q2. The Dow and S&P coming off their worst day in almost a month. The anchors also reacted to what billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen told CNBC about AI and the markets. Also in focus: Disney shareholder meeting day with the company's battle against Nelson Peltz set to reach a conclusion, Intel shares take a hit, a stronger-than-expected ADP jobs report, Silver Lake to take sports and entertainment company Endeavor private. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/3/202441 minutes, 42 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Energy Stocks 4/2/24

Jim and Jeff discuss why investors should be in Coterra Energy. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
4/2/20243 minutes, 25 seconds
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Rate Fears Fuel Market Selloff, Tesla Deliveries Disappoint, CEOs on GE's Final Split 4/2/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed Tuesday’s stock selloff, sparked by concerns the Fed might not cut interest rates in June. How should you navigate these markets? Tesla among the biggest laggards after Q1 deliveries missed expectations. The end of an era for General Electric: The iconic company completed its final split. GE Aerospace CEO Larry Culp and GE Vernova CEO Scott Strazikjoined the anchors at Post 9 to discuss the road ahead. Also in focus: Disney's boardroom battle ahead of Wednesday's crucial shareholder meeting, Medicare “disadvantage” for health insurance stocks, PVH plummets and drags down retail. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/2/202444 minutes, 45 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Disney & Google 4/1/24

Jim and Jeff discuss Disney's board battle and why they're trimming Google. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
4/1/20243 minutes, 28 seconds
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Q2 Playbook, Disney and Peltz Ramp Up Proxy Fight, Bears Claw At Tesla 4/1/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored how investors could profit in the second quarter after a bullish Q1. Where do the "Magnificent 7" fit into the picture? The anchors also discussed the latest on the Disney-Nelson Peltz proxy fight ahead of the media giant's crucial shareholder meeting on Wednesday. Also in focus: Countdown to Tesla's delivery numbers after a rough Q1 for the stock, AT&T's data leak, Trump Media shares slump -- what you need to know about warrants. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
4/1/202441 minutes, 21 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Estee Lauder 3/28/24

Jim and Jeff discuss Estee Lauder shares after a Bank of America upgrade to buy from neutral. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
3/28/20243 minutes, 6 seconds
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Bulls Rule in Q1, Home Depot's Largest Deal, SBF Sentencing Day 3/28/24

Heading into the long holiday weekend, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer wrap up what has been a bullish Q1: The S&P 500 poised for its best start to a year since 2019 – and major indices on track for a fifth straight month of gains. Cramer explains why he believes it's time to "let Mag 7 rest." Home Depot to buy SRS Distribution in an $18.25 billion deal, marking HD's largest acquisition ever. Also in focus: Sentencing day for FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried, Q4 GDP upside surprise,RH surges, Walgreens shares volatile post-earnings, another Apple downgrade, Fed Governor Waller still sees "no rush" to cut rates. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/28/202441 minutes, 41 seconds
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Markets’ Record Run “Too Far, Too Fast”?, AI Risks and Rules, Apple's Rotten Q1 3/27/24

With the Dow and S&P 500 looking to snap 3-day losing streaks after a record run-up for stocks, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer engaged in a wide-ranging discussion about a question posed in the latest Delivering Alpha survey: Has the market run too far, too fast? Also in focus: Commerce and Treasury Departments' new recommendations on regulating AI, Apple's Q1 stock slump and J.P. Morgan's note on China iPhone sales, China's President Xi meets with U.S. CEOs, meme stocks back in the spotlight as Trump Media surges again and GameStop tumbles, Mark Zuckerberg and Jensen Huang's "jersey swap."  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/27/202442 minutes, 36 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Microsoft & Viking Therapeutics 3/26/24

Jim and Jeff discuss the analyst price target increase for Microsoft. They also talk about the weight loss drug opportunity for Viking Therapeutics. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
3/26/20243 minutes, 37 seconds
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BlackRock CEO Fink's Message to Investors, Baltimore Bridge Collapse, Trump Media Shares Soar 3/26/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the show with Larry Fink's annual letter to investors, in which the BlackRock CEO warns of a crisis when it comes to saving for retirement. The anchors discussed what he told Jim in an interview set to air on "Mad Money" Tuesday night. Also in focus: The Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse in Baltimore, Truth Social parent Trump Media & Technology Group soars after beginning trading under ticker symbol DJT, Reddit continues to rally after its own public debut last week, mega-tech roundup, UPS' growth strategy, should GE CEO Larry Culp be Boeing's next leader? Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/26/202441 minutes, 35 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia 3/25/24

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss the positive news around Nvidia. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
3/25/20243 minutes, 26 seconds
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Boeing CEO to Step Down, Another EU Big Tech Probe, China vs. US Chips 3/25/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer led off the show with reaction to a leadership shakeup at Boeing: Dave Calhoun will step down as CEO at the end of 2024. The anchors also discussed global headwinds for tech: The EU announced it is investigating Apple, Alphabet and Meta under its new digital competition law -- and China has reportedly blocked use of Intel and AMD chips in its government computers. Also in focus: Apple CEO Tim Cook in China, new bullish market calls on Wall Street, Disney vs. Peltz latest, Trump SPAC watch, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff’s question about the “AI hype cycle,” Jim goes "robotic."  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/25/202444 minutes, 35 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Apple 3/22/24

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss the DOJ lawsuit against Apple. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
3/22/20243 minutes, 58 seconds
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Stocks' Record Run Without Apple, FedEx Surges, Nike and Lulu Slump, Trump SPAC Watch 3/22/24

Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the record run for stocks despite this year's slump in Apple shares --including Thursday's 4% drop on news of the Justice Department-led antitrust lawsuit against the iPhone maker.Earnings also in the spotlight: FedEx shares surge while Nike and Lululemon take a hit on guidance that disappointedWall Street. Also in focus: Day two for Reddit after shares jumped 48% in its public debut, the latest news impacting Tesla shares, the Trump SPAC merger vote, Cramer's deep dive into Boeing's stock slide. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/22/202443 minutes, 14 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Don't Fight the Fed & AI Demand 3/21/24

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss the Fed and demand for AI-chips driving Micron up. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
3/21/20243 minutes, 14 seconds
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Post-Fed Rally, Apple in the Crosshairs, Reddit CEO on IPO, Peltz Backed in Disney Proxy Battle 3/21/24

Jim Cramer and David Faber had a lot to discuss on a busy Thursday: Stocks hit fresh record highs after Wednesday's post-Fed meeting rally. Micron shares soared on AI-fueled guidance and a surprise profit, leading the chip sector higher.New regulatory headwinds for Apple. The anchors and Julia Boorstin spoke with Reddit CEO Steve Huffman about the social media company's IPO and public debut. A prominent proxy-services firm is backing Nelson Peltz in his battle with Disney. Also in focus: David's reporting on Paramount studio sale buzz, former President Trump's potential windfall, Jim's Thursday night "CNBC Leaders" special -- featuring his exclusive interview with Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/21/202451 minutes, 51 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia 3/20/24

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss AI and Nvidia's Blackwell platform. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
3/20/20243 minutes, 39 seconds
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Nvidia CEO Exclusive, Intel CEO on Receiving CHIPS Act Funding, Fed Decision Day 3/20/24

Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with Nvidia and highlights from Jim's exclusive "Mad Money" interview with CEO Jensen Huang. The CHIPS Act also in the spotlight: Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger appeared one-on-one with Jon Fortt to talk about the billions of dollars in funding the company has been awarded. Jim and David discussed an excerpt from Cramer's interview on the CHIPS Act with Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, which is slated to air Wednesday night on "Mad Money." Also in focus: Fed decision day, Apple CEO Tim Cook visits China, Chipotle's 50-for-1 stock split.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/20/202442 minutes, 12 seconds
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SOTS+ NVIDIA Founder and CEO Jensen Huang 3/19/24

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang joins CNBC's Jim Cramer to discuss what Nvidia’s doing with its next-generation semiconductors, the theory behind accelerated computing, and more.
3/19/202410 minutes, 10 seconds
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Nvidia CEO's AI Message, Musk Defends Ketamine Use, Cleveland-Cliffs CEO on U.S. Steel 3/19/24

Jim Cramer and David Faber engaged in wide-ranging discussions about Nvidia’s unveiling of its new AI chips and "Blackwell" platform -- setting the stage for Jim's exclusive interview with Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang at the company's developers' conference. The anchors reacted to Elon Musk defending his use of the drug ketamine, in comments he made during an interview with former CNN host Don Lemon. David spoke exclusively with Cleveland-Cliffs CEO Lourenco Goncalves about the Nippon Steel-U.S. Steel deal. Also in focus: Unilever plans a spinoff of its ice cream business including Ben & Jerry's, George Lucas backs Bob Iger in Disney’s proxy battle with Nelson Peltz and Trian, Fed meeting day one, Bank of Japan ends negative interest rates. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/19/202445 minutes, 5 seconds
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AI Boom: Nvidia Countdown, Apple and Google Reportedly in "Gemini" Talks, Cisco CEO on Closing Splunk Deal 3/18/24

Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed all things AI as tech stocks rallied: The countdown to Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang's Monday keynote at his company's GTC event -- ahead of Jim's exclusive interview with Huang on Tuesday. Apple is reportedly in talks to build Google's Gemini AI engine into the iPhone. Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins and former Splunk CEO Gary Steele joined the program at Post 9 after both companies completed their merger deal. Jim highlighted a number of companies that are surging due to the AI wave -- and explained why he believes they are "indispensable." Also in focus: Reddit IPO watch, changes at the top of Hertz. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/18/202443 minutes, 31 seconds
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Big Tech and the AI Trade, Adobe Tumbles, TikTok Update 3/15/24

With the markets about to wrap up the week, David Faber, Sara Eisen and Mike Santoli explored the haves and have-nots when it comes to tech players and AI: Nvidia's latest moves, Microsoft's record run and Adobe shares take a big hit despite a Q1 beat. David delivered a "Faber Report" doubleheader: The latest on a potential TikTok ban and the Nippon Steel-U.S. Steel deal. Two of Sara's interviews also in the spotlight: Palantir CEO Alex Karp blasts short sellers, plus Citadel CEO Ken Griffinon climate regulation and what's at stake for investors. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/15/202442 minutes, 59 seconds
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Hot PPI, Retail Sales Miss, Mnuchin Talks Buying TikTok, Tesla Valuation Slides Below JPM 3/14/24

Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli led off the show with market reaction to key February data ahead of next week’s Fed meeting: The Producer Price Index showed hotter-than-expected wholesale inflation, while retail sales missed economists' forecasts. The anchors also reacted to what former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told CNBC: He plans to form an investor group to buy TikTok. How low can Tesla go? This year's worst performer on the S&P 500 slipped below JPMorgan Chase in terms of market cap. Also in focus: Kevin Plank returns to Under Armour as CEO, retail earnings roundup, BofA lifts its price target on Nvidia, remembering former Time Warner CEO Gerald Levin. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/14/202442 minutes, 58 seconds
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Market Momentum, House TikTok Vote, Dimon Backs Iger, Downgrade Call: "Sell" Tesla 3/13/24

With the S&P 500 coming off a new all-time closing high, Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli discussed the momentum fueling the markets' record run. How concerned should investors be about unwind risk? The anchors also explored the potential ramifications of Wednesday's House of Representatives vote on legislation that could ban TikTok in the U.S. David reports that Jamie Dimon is backing Bob Iger in Disney's proxy battle against Nelson Peltz's Trian Partners. Also in focus: Wells Fargo downgrades Tesla to "Underweight" -- the equivalent of a "Sell" rating, Citadel’s Ken Griffin on Nvidia, bitcoin's fresh record high, the Eli Lilly-Amazon connection. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/13/202442 minutes, 19 seconds
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Inflation Situation and Markets, Oracle Surges on AI, Southwest's Boeing Challenge 3/12/24

Ahead of next week's Fed meeting, Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli explored market reaction to key inflation data: The February Consumer Price Index. AI news in the spotlight: Oracle shares soared after the company posted an earnings beat -- and BofA raised its S&P 500 profit forecast for 2024. Also in focus: JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon’s latest recession message, Southwest shares take a hit on Boeing-related woes, 3M selects a new CEO, Paramount deal speculation, the Co-CEOs of athletic footwear and apparel maker On Holding at Post 9 on quarterly results that sent the stock tumbling.   Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/12/202442 minutes, 34 seconds
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Nvidia Extends Friday Slump, Fmr. Pres. Trump on TikTok Ban and Facebook, Bitcoin Hits $72K 3/11/24

Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli kicked off a new week with a look at Nvidia's impact on the markets. The stock extended its decline from Friday's wild reversal that sent the chip sector below its 52-week high. What would a momentum unwind look like? A chips analyst joined the show to explain why he raised his price target on Nvidia from $900 to $1,200. The anchors reacted to what former President Donald Trump told CNBC about a potential TikTok ban -- as well as Facebook being an “enemy of the people." Also in focus: Bitcoin's fresh record high above $72,000,Reddit's IPO terms and roadshow, 15 years since the "Haines Bottom."    Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/11/202442 minutes, 48 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: U.S. Jobs 3/8/24

Jim and Jeff react to the February jobs reports and discuss AI revenue for this semiconductor stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
3/8/20243 minutes
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Stocks Hit Record Highs on Jobs Report, Nvidia and the "Green" Chips, Apple's Unlucky Seven. 3/8/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the S&P 500 and Nasdaq rising to fresh all-time highs following the release of the government's February employment report. What does it all mean for the Fed? The anchors explored the big moves in tech: Nvidia leading the chip sector's record run and narrowing the valuation gap with Apple -- which entered Friday's trading session with a seven-day losing streak. Also in focus: A bullish call on GE, Lilly's obesity drug rally takes a detour, a tale of two retailers, Broadcom vs. Marvell, TikTok ban talk, "State of the Union" speech reaction. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/8/202443 minutes, 9 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: New York Community Bank & Powell Testimony 3/7/24

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss comments from Fed Chair Jerome Powell, shares of New York Community and other stocks making moves today. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
3/7/20242 minutes, 35 seconds
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Exclusive: Fmr. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin on NYCB Investment 3/7/24

David Faber, Jim Cramer and Carl Quintanilla spoke exclusively with former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Embattled lender New York Community Bancorp secured a $1 billion cash injection from a consortium led by Mnuchin's firm Liberty Strategic Partners. He stated his case for investing in NYCB. Also in focus: Novo Nordisk surges to a record high on obesity pill trial results, day two for Fed Chair Powell on Capitol Hill, retail earnings winners, Exxon vs. the Chevron-Hess deal, can Apple shares snap a six-session losing streak?  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/7/202449 minutes
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Powell Watch, Rotten Apple, OpenAI Fires Back at Elon Musk 3/6/24

With stocks coming off their worst session in three weeks, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber set the stage for day one of Fed Chair Jerome Powell's congressional testimony on monetary policy. The anchors also discussed Apple shares extending losses after their worst two-day decline since September, while Tesla's stock slump continued on news of a price target cut from Morgan Stanley’s Adam Jonas. Also in focus: OpenAI strikes back at Elon Musk after his lawsuit against the startup, Microsoft engineer's AI warning, CrowdStrike soars, Disney's streaming strategy. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/6/202443 minutes, 5 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia & Morgan Stanley 3/5/24

Jim and Jeff discuss why they decided to trim Morgan Stanley. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
3/5/20243 minutes, 28 seconds
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Apple Extends Stock Slump, Target Surges, Brin: Google "Definitely Messed Up" 3/5/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked off the show with Apple shares under pressure again.A report states iPhone sales in China plunged 24% in the first six weeks of 2024 compared with the year-ago period. Apple shares are now down double-digits this year. How low can the stock go? Also in focus: Target surges on a holiday quarter beat and sales guidance, Google co-founder Sergey Brinon AI and how the company "definitely messed up" its Gemini image generation launch, Nelson Peltz and Trian's "White Paper" on Disney, Tesla halts production at its German Gigafactory, Jeff Bezos overtakes Elon Musk as the world's richest person. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/5/202442 minutes, 24 seconds
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Riding the AI-Fueled Rally, EU Hits Apple With $2B Fine, Bitcoin Surpasses $65K 3/4/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show by exploring the AI-fueled rally that propelled the S&P 500 and Nasdaq to fresh record highs on Friday. How do you value stocks such as Nvidia and other AI players? Super Micro continued its white-hot surge after being selected to join the S&P 500. The company surpassed three Dow components on a valuation basis. Also in focus: The EU fines Apple nearly $2 billion, bitcoin tops $65,000 for the first time since 2021, Tesla's China challenge, two firms boost their takeover bid for Macy's, Equinox's obesity drug protocol. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/4/202446 minutes, 4 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Tech & Chip Stocks 3/1/24

CNBC’s Jim Cramer and the Investing Club’s Director of Portfolio Analysis Jeff Marks discuss Friday’s market action and the activity around tech and chip holdings. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
3/1/20242 minutes, 52 seconds
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Bulls Charge Into March, Dell Soars, Elon Musk Sues OpenAI and Sam Altman 2/1/24

Jim Cramer and David Faber explored how investors can profit in March, after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq finished February at record closing highs. Dell shares soared on earnings fueled by the AI boom. The anchors also discussed Elon Musk's lawsuit against OpenAI and its CEO Sam Altman, plus a flashback to what Musk told David several months ago about the maker of ChatGPT. Also in focus: Why New York Community Bancorp is tumbling again, billionaire investor Ray Dalio's take on the "Magnificent 7," earnings movers and crypto trading action in Solana since the FTX bankruptcy. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
3/1/202445 minutes, 30 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: PCE Inflation & Salesforce 2/29/24

CNBC’s Jim Cramer and the Investing Club’s Director of Portfolio Analysis Jeff Marks break down earnings from Salesforce and Thursday’s batch of economic indicators. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
2/29/20243 minutes, 56 seconds
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Snowflake Melts and Changes CEOs, Salesforce Beats, Fed's Preferred Inflation Gauge 2/29/24

Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed a pair of tech players: Shares of Snowflake tumbled more than 20% on a weaker sales outlook along with news that Frank Slootman has retired as CEO. Salesforce posted a quarterly beat and issued light guidance. How should investors view both stocks now? The anchors also explored market reaction to the Fed's preferred inflation measure - Core PCE. Also in focus: Phil LeBeau in Chile on China's auto revolution, earnings winners, Apple CEO Tim Cook on AI, certain names outside of the "Magnificent 7" worthy of your attention.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/29/202441 minutes, 59 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: TJX Companies 2/28/24

CNBC’s Jim Cramer and Investing Club’s Jeff Marks break down Wednesday’s market moves and TJX earnings. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
2/28/20243 minutes, 31 seconds
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Apple Said to End Electric Car Project Amid 2024 Stock Pullback, DOJ vs. UnitedHealth, Bitcoin $60K 2/28/24

Jim Cramer and David Faber engaged in a wide-ranging discussion about Apple reportedly scrapping its decade-longEV project in favor of AI initiatives. Jim offered his take on Apple shares falling 5% so far this year.The anchors also reacted to a report stating UnitedHealth is the subject of a U.S. Department of Justice antitrust probe.Also in focus: Bitcoin surpasses $60,000 for the first time since 2021, Q4 GDP growth revised a tick lower, eBay among the earnings winners, Cramer explains "Real AI" versus "Joke AI." Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/28/202443 minutes, 45 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Eli Lilly & Salesforce 2/27/24

Jim Cramer discusses the Club’s recommendation to buy Eli Lilly. Cramer also says there’s a ‘red flag’ for Salesforce ahead of earnings. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
2/27/20243 minutes, 53 seconds
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Deal Disruptions, Dimon Gets “Real” on AI, Challenges for Lowe's and Macy's 2/27/24

Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what to make of developments involving a pair of M&A deals: Chevron warns that its $53 billion dollar agreement to acquire Hess may be at risk, while the Federal Trade Commission and nine states are suing to block the $25 billion Kroger-Albertsons merger. The anchors also reacted to some eye-popping comments JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon made to CNBC about the future of AI. Lowe's issued disappointing guidance and Macy's announced it would close 150 stores as part of a turnaround plan. Where are the buys in retail? Also in focus: Zoom earnings, Endeavor M&A update, Tesla's rebound rally and the stock that jumped 80% on news regarding an obesity drug trial. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/27/202442 minutes, 48 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Palo Alto 2/26/24

Jim and Jeff discuss buying more of Palo Alto. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
2/26/20243 minutes, 35 seconds
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Nvidia Rally Rolls On, Buffett's Message to Investors, Stocks’ Record Run: What’s Next? 2/26/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show by exploring the AI boom: Nvidia extends its rally after posting a blowout quarter and hitting a $2 trillion valuation on Friday. The anchors discussed what's on tap for the markets this week, as the Dow and S&P 500 aim to achieve fresh record highs. Also in focus: Warren Buffett's annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders along with the company's earnings and record cash hoard, Amazon enters the Dow, Walmart's 3-for-1 stock split goes into effect, Cramer held court at the CNBC Investing Club’s annual meeting on Saturday.
2/26/202442 minutes, 18 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: S&P 500 Hits Record High 2/23/24

Jim and Jeff discuss the continued momentum of Nvidia. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
2/23/20243 minutes, 9 seconds
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New Record Highs, Nvidia Joins the $2T Club, Slide and a Miss for Warner Bros. Discovery 2/23/24

The morning after the best day for stocks in more than a year, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed what to make of the markets' upward momentum: The Dow and S&P 500 jumping to new all-time intraday highs and Nvidia hitting a $2 trillion valuation for the first time -- overshadowing Fed officials continuing to stress holding off on rate cuts for now. The anchors reacted to Warner Bros. Discovery shares falling on a Q4 miss despite posting a streaming profit for 2023. Also in focus: Square parent Block and Carvana soar, upgrades and downgrades, White House sanctions against Russia, Reddit files to go public, Jim previews the CNBC Investing Club's Annual Meeting which takes place on Saturday. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/23/202442 minutes, 12 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia Earnings 2/22/24

Jim and Jeff discuss why this semiconductor stock ripping on yesterday’s earnings report. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
2/22/20244 minutes, 1 second
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Nvidia's Blowout Quarter, S&P 500 Record High, EV Pain, Mondelez CEO 2/22/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer engaged in wide-ranging discussions about Nvidia's Q4 results and guidance handily topping analysts' forecasts thanks to the AI boom. The stock hit a fresh all-time high, sparking a Nasdaq rally and a new intraday record high for theS&P 500. Hear what Jim had to say about Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang versus Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Also in focus: EV makers Rivian and Lucid tumble, the 'Magnificent 7," Fed minutes follow-up, the DOJ names a new AI chief,Mondelez CEO Dirk Van de Put joined the program to discuss food inflation, the consumer and President Biden'sattack on "shrinkflation." Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/22/202443 minutes, 7 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia Earnings Preview 2/21/24

Jim and Jeff discuss their earnings expectations for Nvidia. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
2/21/20243 minutes, 4 seconds
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Nvidia on Deck, Palo Alto Networks Plunge, Live: Brian Moynihan 2/21/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer started the show by looking ahead to Nvidia reporting after the bell, a day after the stock suffered its biggest 1-day drop in 4 months. Another earnings mover the anchors hit was Palo Alto Networks. Shares of the stock plunged after the company pulled its full-year revenue, billings guidance. The company’s results sent other cyber names like CrowdStrike, Fortinet and Zscaler lower. Later that hour, Leslie Picker joined the show along with Brian Moynihan to discuss the state of the economy, rates and the recent volatility within the regional banks. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/21/202446 minutes, 45 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia 2/20/24

Jim and Jeff discuss this ‘Mag 7’ semiconductor stock ahead of its highly awaited earnings report. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
2/20/20242 minutes, 53 seconds
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Big Retail Reports, Capital One Buys Discover, Live: Adobe CEO 2/20/24

Jim Cramer and Scott Wapner started the hour by breaking down quarterly results from two big retailers Walmart and Home Depot; both names topped earnings estimates but the stocks moved in opposite directions. The desk also hit the deal of the day, as Capital One announced that it will acquire Discover in a $35.3 billion all-stock-deal; shares of other payment companies like Visa and Mastercard moved lower on the deal news. Before the opening bells, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen joined the anchors on set for a first on CNBC interview to discuss his company’s new AI feature. 
2/20/202442 minutes, 28 seconds
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PPI Runs Hot, Nike Job Cuts, Coinbase’s Surprise Profit 2/16/24

David Faber, Sara Eisen and Mike Santoli began the show by breaking down this morning’s PPI inflation report. The producer price index, a measure of prices received by producers of domestic goods and services, rose 0.3% for the month, the biggest move since August. The anchors also hit Nike, the latest firm to announce job cuts. The company said it would lay off 2% of its employees, more than 1,500 jobs, as part of a broader restructuring. After the bells, the desk hit a ton of earnings movers, including Coinbase. Shares of the crypto platform surged after posting a surprise profit for the first time in two years. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/16/202444 minutes, 35 seconds
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Tech-Led Market Rally, Whale Watching, More Job Cuts 2/15/24

Carl Quintanilla, Sara Eisen and David Faber started the hour by discussing the batch of economic data this morning including retail sales and jobless claims; Retail sales tumbled 0.8% in January, much more than expected. The anchors then shifted to the tech sector, and hit Cisco’s latest quarterly results. The company lowered its fiscal 2024 outlook and also announced that it will cut 5% of its global workforce, amounting to over 4,000 jobs. After the opening bells, the desk also discussed a slew of 13F filings, including Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway trimming its massive stake in Apple.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/15/202441 minutes, 39 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Inflation Freakout 2/14/24

Jim and Jeff discuss the markets after a hotter-than-anticipated inflation reading yesterday and reports the Federal Reserve may not cut interest rates as early as they had hoped. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
2/14/20243 minutes, 39 seconds
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Stocks Rebound, Lyft’s Typo Turnaround, Zuckerberg’s Vision Pro Review 2/14/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked things off by breaking down the markets rebounding a day after the Dow suffered its biggest drop since March 2023. They also hit some of the big earnings reports with Airbnb, Robinhood, MGM, and Kraft Heinz all on the move. Another big mover post results was Lyft, which soared on strong Q4 numbers and guidance, but the stock initially skyrocketed 60% after the company’s initial press release had a major error. The CFO later corrected the mistake during the firm’s earnings call Tuesday. Before the opening bells, the anchors also chatted Mark Zuckerberg and his review of Apple’s Vision Pro. In a video posted to Instagram, Zuckerberg called Meta’s Quest 3 headset “the better value” and “the better product, period.”  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/14/202441 minutes, 49 seconds
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Hot Inflation Data, Nvidia Reaches Amazon’s Market Cap, TV Ratings Record 2/13/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber started the show by breaking down the hotter-than-expected inflation data, with CPI rising 0.3% in January. The morning data sent stocks lower and yields spiking; the Dow dropped 500 points during the first hour of trading. The anchors then shifted to a look at some high-flying tech names, as Nvidia overtook Amazon in market value, making the tech giant America’s 4th largest company. Also in the mix: the desk also mentioned the viewership numbers from Super Bowl 58. More than 123 million Americans tuned into the game, making it the most-watched television show ever. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/13/202442 minutes, 24 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia 2/12/24

Jim and Jeff discuss expansion reports for Nvidia. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
2/12/20243 minutes, 21 seconds
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Squawk on the Street 2/12/24

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. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/12/202442 minutes, 18 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: S&P 500 Tops 5,000 2/9/24

Jim and Jeff discuss the news around Nvidia and Broadcom. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
2/9/20244 minutes, 6 seconds
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S&P Hits 5,000, Pepsi’s Revenue Slide, Conflicts of Pinterest 2/9/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber started the show by discussing the S&P crossing 5,000 for the first time, just 3 years after hitting 4,000 back in 2021. The biggest gainers year-to-date on the S&P index include: Nvidia, Meta and Eli Lilly. The anchors then turned to a slew of corporate results, including Pepsi. The beverage and snack maker topped earnings estimates, but quarterly revenue declined YoY for the first time since 2020. Other earnings movers in the mix included Pinterest, Take-Two Interactive and Expedia, all getting crushed on their respective results.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/9/202443 minutes, 14 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Disney 2/8/24

Jim and Jeff discuss the better-than-expected quarter for Disney. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
2/8/20243 minutes, 28 seconds
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Eye of the Iger, Arm’s Blowout Quarter, Nearing S&P 5,000 2/8/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the hour by breaking down Disney’s magical quarter. The stock surged after the company beat quarterly earnings estimates and raised its guidance as it saw progress in efforts to cut costs. Disney also announced that it will take a $1.5 billion stake in Fortnite studio Epic Games and launch its flagship ESPN streaming service in fall 2025. The anchors then shifted to another earnings mover, Arm Holdings; shares of the chip designer surged after beating analyst estimates and providing a strong profit forecast, saying AI boosted sales for the company. Also in the mix: the desk discussed the market action as the S&P inched closer to 5,000.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/8/202441 minutes, 39 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Tech Stocks 2/7/24

Jim and Jeff discuss Eli Lilly, Meta and Snap earnings. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
2/7/20243 minutes, 37 seconds
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ESPN-Fox-WBD Sports Streaming Venture, Snap Plummets, Profit Drivers for Uber and Ford 2/7/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked off the show by discussing a partnership that could shake up the media landscape: ESPN, Fox and Warner Bros. Discovery are teaming up to launch a sports streaming service later this year. The anchors also reacted to Snap shares tumbling more than 30% on a revenue miss and disappointing guidance amid stiff competition on the ad sales front. Also in focus: What to expect from Disney results due out after Wednesday's close, Uber falls despite a Q4 beat and its first annual profit since going public, Moody’s downgrades NYCB to “junk,” earnings winners and losers including Ford, Chipotle, Alibaba, Amgen and CVS Health. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/7/202442 minutes, 32 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Eli Lilly 2/6/24

Jim and Jeff discuss the strong quarter for Eli Lilly. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer 
2/6/20243 minutes, 40 seconds
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Palantir Soars, China's Rally, Lilly Gains, Tesla: Worst Performing S&P Stock in '24 2/6/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with Palantir shares soaring on a Q4beat and strong guidance, driven by AI demand. The anchors also reacted to earnings call comments from the company's CEO Alex Karp on China and the growing geopolitical dangers. Speaking of China, that country's stocks posted their best day in almost two years -- as Beijing looks to reverse a market slump. Also in focus: Eli Lilly hits a fresh record high as demand for its obesity drugs drives better-than-expected Q4 results and guidance, Tesla gets hit with a downgrade and becomes this year's worst-performing stock on the S&P 500, Spotify surges on strong user growth and guidance. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/6/202442 minutes, 43 seconds
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Caterpillar CEO Exclusive, More 2024 Woes for Tesla and Musk, Meta's $200B Rally. 2/5/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what to expect from the markets after new record highs were set on Friday. The anchors offered reaction to Fed Chair Powell’s “60 Minutes” interview. Caterpillar CEO Jim Umpleby joined the program exclusively to discuss quarterly results that propelled the stock to fresh record highs. Carl, Jim and David also discussed Tesla shares extending their 2024 slide -- after the Wall Street Journal reported that Elon Musk took drugs with some Tesla board members, according to the paper’s sources. Also in focus: Meta's historic Friday $200 billion market cap rally, McDonald's earnings. Snap and Estee Lauder announce job cuts, new 737 MAX problems for Boeing, Novo Nordisk's parent buys Catalent to help expand Wegovy supply. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/5/202443 minutes, 6 seconds
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Apple Slumps, Meta Soars, Amazon Surges, Jobs Blowout, Chevron CEO "First on CNBC" 2/2/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber highlighted big tech earnings and how to play Cramer's "super six pack." Apple shares fell despite better-than-expected Q1 results -- as a decline in China sales overshadowed strength in services and the iPhone. Jim shared what CEO Tim Cook told him at Apple's flagship store in New York about the Vision Pro, as the $3,500 headset went on sale. Meta soared on a Q4 beat, its first-ever dividend and revenue guidance exceeding estimates. Amazon surged on the strength of online holiday shopping and a 13% jump in AWS revenue. Also in focus: The January employment report shows job creation nearly doubled expectations, Chevron CEO Mike Wirth joined the program to discuss earnings, the oil giant's 8% dividend and what's at stake for energy markets in wake of Middle East turmoil.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/2/202449 minutes, 3 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Honeywell 2/1/24

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks of the CNBC Investing Club break down why investors need to own Honeywell after reporting earnings. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
2/1/20243 minutes, 48 seconds
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After The Fed-Fueled Sell-Off, Big Tech Earnings on Deck, Zuckerberg's "Meta Culpa" 2/1/24

Entering a new month after a positive January for stocks, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what's ahead for the markets after Wednesday's sell-off -- sparked by Fed Chair Jerome Powell saying that a March interest rate cut is unlikely. The anchors also discussed what to expect from Apple, Amazon and Meta when they report earnings after Thursday's close of trading. Also in focus: Mark Zuckerberg apologizes to families at Wednesday's Senate online child safety hearing, Etsy soars after naming an Elliott partner to its board, earnings winners and losers, New York Community Bank tumbles further, Elon Musk's threat to move Tesla's state of incorporation to Texas from Delaware. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
2/1/202442 minutes, 44 seconds
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Big Tech's Big Drag, Boeing and AMD CEOs on Q4 Results, Judge Voids Musk's $56B Pay Package. 01/31/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed Alphabet and Microsoft dragging the tech sector lower, despite both companies beating on quarterly results. Were Wall Street's guidance expectations too lofty? Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun joined the program to talk about the jet maker's narrower Q4 loss -- and decision to suspend guidance in wake of its 737 MAX-9 problems. AMD CEO Lisa Su offered her take on the chipmaker's Q4 results, AI strategy and sales forecast that weighed on the stock. Also in focus: A Delaware judge strikes down Elon Musk's $56 billion Tesla pay package, Fed decision day, Starbucks' earnings rally, Byron Allen's offer to acquire Paramount Global, Walmart's 3-for-1 stock split, social media CEOs head to Capitol Hill. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/31/202448 minutes, 49 seconds
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SOTS+ Citadel CEO Ken Griffin 1/30/24

Citadel CEO Ken Griffin spoke with CNBC’s Leslie Picker at the MFA Network event in Miami about the implications of a rupture in supply chains from Taiwan, America’s competitiveness with China, and how Griffin suggests policy should change around electric vehicles.
1/30/202438 minutes, 14 seconds
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UPS to Cut 12,000 Jobs, GM Surges on Earnings, Apple Vision Pro Reviews 1/30/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer led off the show with news out of UPS: The company announced plansto cut 12,000 jobs after it issued a weaker-than-expected 2024  revenue outlook. A different story for GeneralMotors: The stock surged on the automaker's Q4 earnings beat and guidance, which includes a "profit positive" picture for its U.S. EV portfolio. Also in focus: Apple Vision Pro reviews are out, earnings winners and losers, Elon Musk’s Neuralink and its brain chip implant, Jim highlights a stock that's up 660% from a year ago as it rides the AI wave. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/30/202448 minutes, 7 seconds
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"Magnificent" Earnings Week, Sports Betting: Gronk on FanDuel, Flutter and the NFL 01/29/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored what investors can expect from a busy earnings week, with five of the "Magnificent 7" mega-cap tech companies scheduled to report results. Four-time Super Bowl champion Rob Gronkowski joined the anchors at Post 9, after FanDuel parent Flutter Entertainment rang the opening bell to mark its NYSE debut. They discussed sports betting, the NFL, Super Bowl predictions and Gronk's role as a FanDuel ambassador. Also in focus: Amazon-iRobot acquisition deal scrapped, Chinese real estate giant Evergrande ordered to liquidate. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/29/202442 minutes, 35 seconds
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Intel Tumbles, Cramer: Kick Tesla Out of the Magnificent 7, Inflation Watch and the Fed. 01/26/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber drilled down heavily on tech: Intel tumbles and dragsthe chip sector lower after issuing disappointing sales guidance. Record closing highs for Microsoft, Alphabet and Meta. Cramer said it's time to boot Tesla from the Magnificent 7 after the stock's worst daily performance since 2020 and poor 2024 start. Also in focus: Market reaction to Core PCE data ahead of next week's Fed meeting, American Express surges while Visa falls, JetBlue warns its merger deal with Spirit Airlines may be terminated, layoffs at Salesforce, Levi Strauss and Paramount. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/26/202442 minutes, 28 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: GDP Report 1/25/24

Jim and Jeff discuss the GDP report showing strong growth and slowing inflation. Plus, Jim says Nvidia is ‘touched by an angel’. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
1/25/20243 minutes, 47 seconds
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Electric Slide: Tesla Misses, Southwest and ServiceNow CEOs, Q4 GDP Beat 01/25/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed Tesla shares taking a hit after the EV maker posted weaker-than-expected Q4 results and said it sees "notably lower" growth in 2024. The anchors reacted to what CEO Elon Musk said on Tesla's earnings. A CEO doubleheader on the show: Southwest’s Bob Jordan on earnings and MAX delivery plans in wake of Boeing's recent problems – and ServiceNow's Bill McDermott on his company's quarterly beat and riding the AI wave with shares at all-time highs. Also in focus: The first reading of Q4 GDP beats expectations with 3.3% growth, Humana tumbles again and drags its health insurance rivals lower, IBM and Comcast surge on earnings, the chip sector rally rolls on. Disclosure: Comcast is the parent of NBCUniversal, of which CNBC is a unit.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/25/202445 minutes, 28 seconds
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Netflix Surges on Subs Beat, New Market Records, Tesla Earnings Countdown 01/24/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with Netflix's big rally. Shares surged after the streaming service reported 13.1 million new subscribers in Q4, handily beating forecasts. The anchors also discussed what Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and TKO CEO Ari Emanuel told them Tuesday at Post 9  about Netflix streaming WWE Raw beginning in 2025. Also in focus: Netflix and the chip sector boost the S&P 500 to fresh record highs, what to expect from Tesla's after-the-bell earnings, AT&T slumps on guidance, layoffs at eBay and SAP, Alaska Air CEO slams Boeing. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/24/202442 minutes, 46 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: P&G 1/23/24

Jim and Jeff discuss Procter & Gamble after reporting mixed quarterly earnings and revenue for its fiscal second quarter. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
1/23/20242 minutes, 23 seconds
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Exclusive With Dwayne Johnson and TKO CEO Ari Emanuel, Market History, Earnings Parade. 01/23/24

Actor/producer/entrepreneur Dwayne Johnson and Ari Emanuel -- the CEO of WWE and UFC parent TKO Group Holdings -- joined Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber exclusively at Post 9. They discussed everything from Netflix streaming WWE's flagship program "Raw" beginning in 2025 to Johnson joining TKO's board. The anchors also explored market reaction to earnings from the likes of 3M, Verizon, Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson and General Electric. Also in focus: The markets' historic run after the Dow closed above 38,000 for the first time, China looks to shore up its slumping stock market, Boeing responds to the United Airlines CEO's comments on CNBC about the jet maker's 737 MAX problems. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/23/202447 minutes, 43 seconds
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Markets' Record Run, Apple Vision Pro Pre-Orders Surge, Morgan Stanley's Jonas Cuts Tesla PT. 01/22/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked off a new week by focusing on the record run for stocks, as the Dow and S&P 500 hit fresh all-time intraday highs on Monday. The "Magnificent 7" in the spotlight: A widely-followed Apple analyst estimates that pre-orders for the Vision Pro headset significantly exceeded forecasts, Morgan Stanley auto analyst Adam Jonas lowers his price target on Tesla, Meta returns to the "Trillion-Dollar Club" and Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang visits China for the first time in years. Also in focus: ADM tumbles and puts its CFO on leave amid accounting probe, Macy's rejects a $5.8 billion takeover bid,  FAA recommends inspections for a second Boeing 737 model, the top ten performing stocks in Cramer's charitable trust since the S&P 500's last high in December 2021. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/22/202442 minutes, 42 seconds
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Tech Rally Makes History, Meta-Nvidia AI Connection, EVs: Ford F-150 Lightning Production Cuts 01/19/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed all things tech: Record highs for the Nasdaq 100 as well as Nvidia and AMD, Meta to spend billions on Nvidia's AI Chips and Apple begins taking pre-orders for its Vision Pro. See how Carl looks while wearing the headset! The anchors also reacted to Ford's decision to reduce production of its F-150 Lightning truck, in wake of a slowdown in demand for EVs. Also in focus: Spirit not giving up onits court-blocked merger with JetBlue, BofA’s market take on Japan, layoffs at Amazon, Macy's and Wayfair. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/19/202443 minutes, 56 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Apple 1/18/24

Jim and Jeff discuss why the Investing Club is closely watching AI strategy among the ‘Magnificent 7’ companies. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
1/18/20243 minutes, 10 seconds
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Nelson Peltz Interview: Activist Investor Speaks Out on Disney Proxy Fight, Board Seat Rejection. 01/18/24

Billionaire activist investor and Trian Partners CEO Nelson Peltz appeared on "Squawk on the Street." He responded to Disney's decision to reject his firm's nominees (including Peltz) for seats on the media giant's board. Peltz told Jim Cramer, David Faber and Carl Quintanilla that Disney is not being run properly and has underperformed the S&P 500 on every measure. He also slammed oversight of the company's board. Also in focus: Apple jumps on BofA upgrade, Humana tumbles and drags down health insurance rivals after cutting guidance, Sheryl Sandberg to depart Meta's board, job cuts at Alphabet, Nvidia's new year rally. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/18/202452 minutes, 13 seconds
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Yields Rise on Strong Retail Sales, Dimon's "Hunky Dory" Warning, FAA's Boeing Inspections. 01/17/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on stocks extending Tuesday's losses and yields rising to their highs of the year -- after December retail sales came in stronger than expected, up 0.6%. The anchors also reacted to what Jamie Dimon told CNBC at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. JPMorgan Chase's CEO issued a cautious economic outlook for this year and next: "I think it's a mistake to assume everything is hunky dory." Also in focus: Fed Governor Waller's message on rates and inflation, The FAA completes initial inspections of Boeing 737 MAX-9 jets, a judge blocks the JetBlue-Spirit merger deal, Charles Schwab shares slide despite an earnings beat, assessing regional bank results, Disney rejects Nelson Peltz's bid to join its board, Uber's CEO talks EVs. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/17/202442 minutes, 58 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Healthcare 1/16/24

Jim and Jeff discuss why they’ve been recently adding to health care. They also discuss the winners and losers after banks reported earnings. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
1/16/20243 minutes, 22 seconds
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More Bank Earnings, Apple Under Pressure, $35B M&A Deal, Cramer's "Wild" NFL Weekend. 01/16/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the program with quarterly results from Goldman Sachsand Morgan Stanley. Cramer had a lot to say about investor reaction to the big banks' numbers. Jim also spoke out about Capitol Hill lawmakers' $78 billion tax deal -- which includes major breaks for businesses. The anchors discussed Apple shares falling after the company cut iPhone prices in  China. The NFL also in the spotlight: Highlights from Jim's weekend appearance on NBC's pre-game coverage of Miami Dolphins vs. Kansas City Chiefs, Peacock's exclusive coverage of that NFL Wild Card game sets a streaming record and Jim's Philadelphia Eagles were eliminated from the playoffs. Also in focus: Boeing tumbles on a downgrade, Elon Musk's comments regarding Tesla ownership and AI, Synopsys' $35 billion cash-and-stock deal to acquire design software maker Ansys. **Disclosure: Peacock is a unit of NBCUniversal, parent of NBC and CNBC.** Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/16/202443 minutes, 39 seconds
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Big Banks Report, Dow Record High, Delta Flies Lower 01/12/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the show by breaking down the big bank earnings with JPMorgan, Wells Fargo, Bank of America and Citi all reporting results. JPMorgan’s profit fell for the fourth quarter after paying a $2.9 billion fee tied to the government seizures of failed regional banks last year. The anchors then shifted to the week’s second batch of inflation data, after wholesale prices unexpectedly declined in December, providing a positive signal for inflation. Other headlines this hour included: Delta Air Lines shares falling after trimming its 2024 earnings forecast, and Bitcoin ETFs seeing $4.6B in volume in their first day of trading. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/12/202443 minutes, 5 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Amazon 1/11/24

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss positioning in Amazon. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
1/11/20243 minutes, 42 seconds
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Higher Inflation, Spot Bitcoin ETFs Begin Trading, Hertz CEO on EV Cuts 01/11/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer led off the show with market reaction to inflation data: The Consumer Price Index rose more than expected in December to 3.4% year-over-year, up from 3.1% in the previous month. The anchors covered all of the bases on spot bitcoin ETFs, which began trading after being approved by the SEC on Wednesday. At Post 9, Hertz CEO Stephen Scherr explained the company's decision to slash about one-third of its global EV fleet. Also in focus: Microsoft-Apple market cap battle, a fresh record high for Nvidia, Cramer bound for Kansas City ahead of Saturday's Eagles-Chiefs NFL Wild Card game, which will stream exclusively on Peacock. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/11/202442 minutes, 55 seconds
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Fmr. SEC Chmn. on Hack and Bitcoin ETFs, HPE CEO on $14B Juniper Deal, Boeing CEO and the "Mistake" 01/10/24

Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Sara Eisen discussed the hack of the SEC's social media account on X. The regulator said a post on the site formerly knownas Twitter falsely stated it had approved spot bitcoin ETFs. Former SEC Chairman Jay Clayton joined the program at Post 9 with reaction to the hack, as well as his prediction on the SEC's much-anticipated bitcoin ETF decision. Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Antonio Neri also appeared on the show to discuss the company's $14 billiondeal to acquire Juniper Networks -- and how it fits into HPE's AI strategy. Also in focus: Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun says the company needs to acknowledge "our mistake," in regards to the Alaska Airlines blowout incident, Nvidia narrows its valuation gap with Amazon, "bond king" Jeffrey Gundlach's recession call, Tesla's rough start to 2024, big bank downgrades ahead of earnings, Mark Zuckerberg's cattle ranch venture. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/10/202445 minutes, 42 seconds
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Pullback After the Tech Rebound, More 737 MAX-9 Pressure On Boeing, CEOs Weigh In On Obesity Drugs 01/09/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what to make of stocks under pressure the morning afterthe Nasdaq's best one-day performance since November -- and a fresh all-time high for Nvidia.Boeing shares extended Monday's losses on new developments surrounding the grounding of its 737 MAX-9 jets. The anchors discussed what pharma CEOs told Cramer at the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, especially when it comes to the burgeoning obesity drug market. Also in focus: Netflix downgraded, the impact of Samsung's profit missand guidance on mega-tech and the chips, HPE said to be in talks to acquire Juniper Networks, Match Group's date with activism. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/9/202443 minutes, 13 seconds
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Boeing Slumps on 737 MAX-9 Grounding, Apple's Rotten Start to 2024, Rebound Week for "Magnificent 7"? 01/08/24

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed Boeing shares dragging the Dow lower, after the Federal Aviation Administration ordered a temporary grounding of 171 of the company's 737 MAX-9 jets. The FAA’s call for inspections came after a blowout on an Alaska Airlines flight. Both the  carrier and Spirit AeroSystems saw their shares take a hit on news of the grounding. The "Magnificent 7" in the spotlight: Apple looks to rebound after a 6% drop in the first week of 2024, while Nvidia erases last week's losses. Also in focus: The end of a 9-week win streak for the major averages, what to expect from this week's bank earnings, Cramer previews his CEO interviews from the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/8/202442 minutes, 41 seconds
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Jobs Report Beats, Tech's 2024 Start Not "Magnificent," Middle East Conflict Impact 1/05/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer led off the show with market reaction to the government's key December employment report: 216,000 non-farm jobs were added last month, exceeding economists' forecasts --  but October and November payrolls were revised lower. The unemployment rate held steady at 3.7%. The anchors discussed what to make of the early 2024 slump in tech and "Magnificent 7" stocks -- with the Nasdaq in the midst of a five-day losing streak. Also in focus: Red Sea attacks and the Middle East conflict’s impact on everything from Chevron and Maersk to McDonald's, Microsoft moves closer to Apple's valuation, Constellation Brands' earnings, Costco's sales jump, a look ahead to next week's bank earnings and Jim's CEO interviews from the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/5/202442 minutes, 25 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Banks 1/4/24

Jim and Jeff discuss the rally in Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo and what this means for the economic outlook. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
1/4/20243 minutes, 14 seconds
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Squawk on the Street 01/04/24

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. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/4/202443 minutes
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Cramer's Morning Take: The (Not So) Magnificent 7 1/3/23

Jim and Jeff says there might be too much hype around the Magnificent 7 stocks. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
1/3/20244 minutes, 6 seconds
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Rough Start, Rate Expectations, Disney’s Activist Moves 01/03/24

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by breaking down the markets’ rough start to the new year of trading. The Nasdaq posted its worst daily performance since October, and the worst start to the year since 2016. The anchors also discussed their expectations for the Fed Minutes; this as Richmond Fed President Tom Barkin said in a speech today that a soft landing is ‘increasing conceivable’ not inevitable, and that the potential for additional rate hikes remain on the table. The desk also shifted to Disney, which struck a deal with activist investor ValueAct Capital. The firm agreed to support Disney’s slate of board nominees at this year’s annual meeting, siding with Disney in its battle with Trian and Nelson Peltz. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/3/202444 minutes, 12 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Apple Slides 1/2/23

Jim and Jeff discuss Apple shares after Barclays downgraded the member of the Magnificent 7 market leaders basket to an underweight rating. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
1/2/20243 minutes, 23 seconds
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Squawk on the Street 01/02/24

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. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
1/2/202444 minutes, 12 seconds
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Bulls Rule in 2023, Nvidia's 240% Surge, S&P 500 Hitting 5200 in 2024? 12/29/23

Sara Eisen and Bob Pisani wrapped up 2023's big stock market rally: Major indices on track for nine straight weeks of gains, the S&P 500 taking aim at a record closing high and poised for its longest weekly win streak in almost two decades, the Dow on a record run and the Nasdaq 100 set for its best year since 1999. Sara and Bob explored what to expect from stocks, bond yields and the Fed in 2024, along with "Magnificent 7" names such as Nvidia: The stock up more than 240% in 2023. Oppenheimer Chief Strategist John Stoltzfus joined the program to discuss his S&P 500 year-end price target of 5200 for 2024. Also in focus: The best performing tech stock of the year, oil prices' 2023 slump, the AI trade beyond tech.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/29/202344 minutes, 1 second
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Markets Setting Records, "iPhone Moment" for Microsoft, Tesla's Big Year 12/28/23

Sara Eisen and Bob Pisani discussed the markets looking to extend their rally one day after the Dow and Nasdaq 100posted all-time highs, while the S&P 500 continued to advance toward its own all-time high close. Two 'Magnificent 7" stock in the spotlight; Microsoft's price target raised by Wedbush to $450 from $425, as the firm sees an "iPhone moment" for the company. Tesla rallies toward a three-month high and is on track for its third-best year on record. Also in focus: Fidelity's Jurrien Timmer shares his 2024 market outlook, Delivering Alpha investor survey results including best ideas for the new year, BofA's top telecom pick for 2024. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/28/202344 minutes, 19 seconds
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Markets Chasing History, Tesla's Bull Run, 2024 Top Picks: Social Media 12/27/23

Sara Eisen and Scott Wapner delved deeper into the December stock rally, as the S&P 500 enteredWednesday's trading session within 0.5% of a record closing high. Tesla also in the mix with its stock upmore than 8% this month and a one-year gain of 135%. The anchors discussed what to expect from the EV maker's upcoming deliveries report, as well as the competition from Chinese rival BYD. Baird's internet analystshared his top social media stock picks for 2024: Is Meta at the top of his list?: Also in focus: Oil prices and the Houthi rebels’ Red Sea attacks, Apple's design chief said to be enlisted by Jony Ive and OpenAI's Sam Altman to work on anAI hardware project, Softbank's $7.6 billion windfall in T-Mobile shares, "Magnificent 7" moves, Dow dogs and dividends. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/27/202344 minutes, 36 seconds
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Markets' 8-Week Win Streak, Apple Watch Import Ban, a Blue Chip as a 2024 Top Pick 12/26/23

Sara Eisen and Scott Wapner led off a holiday-shortened week by exploring the markets in rally mode: Major stock indices up for eight consecutive weeks -- and the 10-year note yield hovering around 3.9%. The anchors also discussed a U.S. trade tribunal's decision to ban Apple Watch imports. An analyst from Jefferies joined the program to explain why McDonald's is histop pick for 2024. Also in focus: The holiday season spending surge, Bristol Myers Squibb's second M&A deal in less than a week, U.K. billionaire to acquirea 25% stake in Manchester United, shipping giant Maersk prepares to return to the Red Sea after rebel attacks on vessels, Intel’s $25 billion chip factory investment in Israel, is OpenAI worth $100 billion? Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/26/202341 minutes, 23 seconds
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Inflation Cools Further, Nike Tumbles, Markets Aim for 8-Week Win Streak 12/22/23

Carl Quintanilla, Scott Wapner and Leslie Picker led off the show with the Fed's preferred inflation gauge:Core PCE cooled in November -- up 3.2% year-over year, down from 3.4%. Shares of Nike tumbled afterthe company cut full-year sales guidance and announced a $2 billion cost savings plan, The anchors discussed the effect of both stories on the markets, with the major indices on track to extend their weekly win streaks to eight.Also in focus; Bristol Myers Squibb's $14 billion deal, The planned U.S. Steel-Nippon Steel merger faces scrutiny, the stocks taking a hit on China's gaming restrictions, Piper Sandler's chief investment strategist shares his 2024 market outlook, the L.A. Dodgers' latest blockbuster free agent signing. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/22/202343 minutes, 15 seconds
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CNBC LEADERS: James Gorman 12/21/23

James Gorman, Morgan Stanley chairman and outgoing CEO, discusses his time as leader of Morgan Stanley, Disney’s succession planning, and more.
12/22/202321 minutes, 12 seconds
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Rebounding After the Sell-off, Micron CEO Exclusive, WBD-Paramount Watch 12/21/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets rebounding after a Wednesday sell-offthat snapped nine-day win streaks for the Dow and Nasdaq -- and resulted in the S&P 500's worst day since September. Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra joined the program to discuss the AI effect on quarterly results and guidance that gave a boost to the chipmaker's stock. Also in focus: Sources tell CNBC that Warner Bros. Discovery is mulling an acquisition of Paramount Global, what’s driving Thursday's top performers on the S&P 500, A double dose of Apple news, A preview of David's exclusive interview with Morgan Stanley's outgoing CEO James Gorman. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/21/202345 minutes, 56 seconds
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Squawk on the Street 12/20/23

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.Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/20/202343 minutes, 48 seconds
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Dow and Nasdaq Seek "9" Lives, December's High-Fliers, End of An Era for eBay 12/19/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on the December rally and a fresh record high for the Dow. Both the blue-chip index and the Nasdaq are aiming for a ninth consecutive day of gains. The anchors discussed what to make of a number of stocks that are surging this month: FOMO? Also in focus: eBay’s removal from the Nasdaq 100 and a flashback to David's 2005 CNBC documentary about the company, Nike and "playing with fire," cybersecurity watch and Palo Alto Networks' red-hot stock. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/19/202343 minutes, 52 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: S&P 500 Winning Streak 12/18/23

Jim and Jeff discuss the S&P 500 coming off its longest string of weekly gains since 2017. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
12/18/20233 minutes, 54 seconds
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Deal...and No Deal, Markets' 7-Week Win Streak, Costco CEO Exclusive 12/18/23

Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with lots of news on the M&A front: Nippon Steel agrees to acquire U.S. for $55 per share in cash, Adobe and design software startup Figma scrap their $20 billion deal, Illumina decides to divest cancer test maker Grail in wake of an antitrust ruling. The anchors explored what's next for stocks in the midst of a seven-week win streak. Costco CEO Craig Jelinek joined the program to discuss inflation, the consumer and stepping down from running the company at the beginning of next year. Also in focus: Americans' stock ownership surges, cybersecurity breach hits VF Corp. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/18/202343 minutes, 46 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Fed Focused 12/15/23

Jim and Jeff discuss the Fed’s forecast for three rate cuts next year. They also discuss the rise of Costco after the company reported better-than-expected earnings Thursday. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
12/15/20233 minutes, 24 seconds
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Fed's Williams: Rate Cuts Not a Topic of Discussion, "Special" Costco, Home Depot's 1,000,000% Return 12/15/23

Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with market-moving comments made to CNBC by New York Fed President John Williams: Fed policymakers "aren't really talking about rate cuts right now." You'll want to hear Jim's reaction to Williams' remarks. With major indices on track for a seven-week win streak, David highlighted the worst week for hedge fund shorts since March 2020. Also in focus: Costco posts better-than-expected results and declares a special dividend, Home Depot shares up 1,000,000% since the company's 1981 public debut, Lennar falls despite a quarterly beat, Jeff Bezos' take on the dangers of AI, Blackstone's holiday video with a Taylor Swift twist. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/15/202342 minutes, 37 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Interest Rates 12/14/23

Jim and Jeff says there could be a pullback for Wells Fargo at the end of the day. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
12/14/20233 minutes, 22 seconds
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Fed Rally Fuels Dow 37K, Apple's Record High, Southwest Airlines CEO Exclusive 12/14/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on the extended Fed-fueled rally in stocks, one day after the central bank announced its pivot toward potential rate cuts in 2024. The Dow coming off its first-ever close above 37,000. Apple hits a fresh record high. Cramer highlighted certain stocks to emphasize what he said the rally is all about. Also on the program: November retail sales upside surprise, Southwest CEO Bob Jordan at Post 9 on holiday travel and the airline's 2024 outlook, Moderna surges, Adobe slides, Tesla and its dancing robots. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/14/202343 minutes, 11 seconds
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SOTS+ Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen 12/13/23

Janet Yellen, Treasury Secretary, joins Sara Eisen to discuss the Secretary’s economic outlook and Federal Reserve policy, the general public’s support for ‘Bidenomics’, and much more.
12/13/202321 minutes, 16 seconds
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Rallying Into the Fed Decision, Pfizer Slides On Guidance, Tesla Recalls 2 Million Vehicles 12/13/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed stock markets in the midst of a four-day win streak andat their highest levels of the year, as investors await Wednesday's Fed decision. Pfizer shares tumble in reaction to 2024 guidance coming in below analysts' forecasts. The anchors explored the lackluster performance of the drugmaker's stock over the past 25 years -- and reacted to comments from Ken Langone: The billionaire told CNBC he believes Eli Lilly will become the first trillion-dollar pharma company. Also in focus: Tesla recalls more than two million vehicles due to autopilot software issues, Faber Report: U.S. Steel sale update. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/13/202343 minutes, 17 seconds
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Squawk on the Street 12/12/23

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.Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/12/202343 minutes, 41 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Oracle 12/12/23

Jim and Jeff explain why they’re exiting Oracle in the Charitable Trust. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
12/12/20233 minutes, 29 seconds
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6-Week Win Streak, Deals in Focus, Top 2024 Airline Pick 12/11/23

Carl Quintanilla, Sara Eisen and David Faber kicked off the hour by discussing the markets, riding a 6-week win streak; This as investors get ready for a big week ahead with another CPI print and Fed meeting on deck. The anchors then shifted to a slew of M&A news, including Occidental Petroleum buying Permian producer CrownRock for $12 billion. Faber also broke down Cigna calling off its pursuit of Humana, and planning for a $10 billion stock buyback. Also in the mix; TD Cowen analyst Helane Becker discussed why she chose Delta Air Lines as her top 2024 pick in the sector, saying the company is “differentiating itself from the peer group.” Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/11/202343 minutes, 4 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Jobs Report 12/8/23

Jim and Jeff discuss the November jobs report after payrolls grew even faster than expected and the unemployment rate fell despite signs of a weakening economy. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
12/8/20233 minutes, 3 seconds
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Jobs Report Reaction, A Holiday Lulu, Amazon CEO on Dangers of AI, Honeywell CEO Exclusive 12/8/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what investors should make of the better-than-expected November jobs report ahead of next week's Fed meeting -- and as the stock markets aim for a six-week win streak. Retail and the consumer also in the spotlight: Lululemon posted a Q3 revenue beat but holiday quarter guidance came in soft. Also in focus: What Amazon CEO Andy Jassy told Cramer about the dangers of AI, Honeywell CEO Vimal Kapur joined the program to discuss his company's $5 billion acquisition of Carrier's security business, anchors react to Paramount's rally, mortgage rates hit a four-month low. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/8/202344 minutes, 14 seconds
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Amazon CEO's Message, Exclusives With Exxon Mobil and Toll Brothers CEOs 12/7/23

Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at Amazon and what CEO Andy Jassy told Cramer Wednesday night on CNBC about AWS, AI and the consumer this holiday season. Two CEO exclusives: Exxon Mobil's Darren Woods discussed falling oil prices, his company's growth plan and $60 billion deal to acquire Pioneer Natural Resources. Toll Brothers' Douglas Yearley spoke about his company' s earnings beat, the housing market and the homebuilder's red-hot stock -- up 80% year-to-date. Also in focus: The White House's latest move aimed at lowering drug prices, AMD taking on Nvidia by launching a new AI Chip, Alphabet's AI boost. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/7/202348 minutes, 44 seconds
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SOTS+ Walmart CEO Doug McMillon 12/6/23

Walmart CEO, Doug McMillon, discusses how the holiday season has gone for Walmart so far, how traffic is faring, and how the consumer is doing by income level.
12/6/202318 minutes, 41 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Starbucks 12/6/23

Jim and Jeff explain why they’re looking to add shares of Starbucks following consecutive losses. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
12/6/20233 minutes, 6 seconds
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Amazon and Andy Jassy In Focus, $3T Apple, Cities of Success: Nashville 12/6/23

A wide-ranging show with Jim Cramer, David Faber and Carl Quintanilla: At Amazon headquarters, Cramer previewed his exclusive Wednesday night"Mad Money" interview with the company's CEO Andy Jassy. Jim and David discussed "Magnificent 7" stocks recently underperforming the S&P 500, while Apple returns to a $3 trillion valuation. In Nashville, Carl offered a sneak peek into the CNBC special "Cities of Success" which will premiere Wednesday night in primetime. Also in focus: Exxon Mobil and McDonald's offering game plans for growth, Starbucks' daily losing streak hits twelve, Taylor Swift named Time's Person of the Year for 2023. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/6/202344 minutes, 24 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Starbucks, P&G 12/5/23

Jim and Jeff discuss why there’s an opportunity to buy Starbucks and P&G. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
12/5/20233 minutes, 35 seconds
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Moody's Cuts China Credit Outlook, Apple Rallies, Starbucks' Cold Brew: An 11-Day Losing Streak 12/5/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what to make of the markets extending losses after the worst day for stocks in almost a month. The anchors also reacted to Moody's cutting its China credit outlook to "negative" from "stable" -- and discussed the ramifications. The "Magnificent 7" in the spotlight: Apple jumps after Morgan Stanley says a smartphone recovery is "not yet priced into shares." Also in focus: Starbucks shares' eleven-day losing streak, "Investor Day" guidance from Johnson & Johnson and CVS Health, Nokia tumbles on news of an AT&T-Ericsson network deal, the new "Grand Theft Auto" trailer gets leaked. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/5/202343 minutes, 21 seconds
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Cramer’s Morning Take: Emmerson Electric 12/4/23

Jim and Jeff explain why they’re exiting Emmerson Electric and what they're adding in its place. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
12/4/20232 minutes, 50 seconds
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Detour After Markets’ 5-Week Win Streak, Bitcoin Hits 20-Month High, Gold's Record Run 12/4/23

After five consecutive weeks of gains for the major indices, Carl  Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed stocks moving lower, gold hitting a record intraday high and bitcoin surging past $42,000 for the first time in 20 months. Jim explained why he finds it "worrisome to see gold so high and to see bitcoin so high." Also in focus: Alaska Airlines agrees to acquire Hawaiian Airlines and pays a huge premium, Ford U.S. auto sales fall in November despite strong demand for EVs, Uber shares pop on S&P 500 inclusion, Spotify surges on layoffs, a not so "Marvel"-ous development for Disney. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/4/202342 minutes, 42 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Constellation Brands 12/1/23

Jim and Jeff explain why this Mexican beer position in the Charitable Trust may be an opportunity to buy after Goldman Sachs upgraded the stock to ‘Conviction Buy.’ Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
12/1/20233 minutes, 45 seconds
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December and the "New Market", Musk and Tesla Go Cybertruckin', Pfizer's Weight-Loss Drug Setback 12/1/23

On the first trading day of December, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what's ahead for stocks, including Jim's ideas for capitalizing on what he calls the "New Market" -- sparked by a bullish November. The anchors also discussed Elon Musk and Tesla's Cybertruck delivery event -- and what the vehicle could mean for the company and its stock. Also in focus: Pfizer shares slide on news surrounding its twice-daily obesity drug candidate, Disney brings back its dividend, Apple and Paramount reportedly discussed bundling their streaming services, Ulta surges. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
12/1/202342 minutes, 50 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Salesforce 11/30/23

Jim and Jeff explain why Salesforce had a great quarter following their earnings report. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
11/30/20233 minutes, 45 seconds
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Bulls Rule In November, Salesforce Surges, Musk's X-pletive 11/30/23

On the final trading day of a bullish November for stocks, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what investors should make of the Fed's preferred inflation measure: Core PCE moderated in October from the previous month's year-on-year increase. Salesforce shares surged after the company raised operating margin guidance and posted a Q3 earnings beat, helped by cost-cutting measures. The anchors also reacted to comments Elon Musk made at the DealBook Summit Wednesday. Musk's message to advertisers that pulled out of his "X" social media platform: "Go f--- yourself." Also in focus: Nelson Peltz seeks two seats on Disney's board, earnings winners and losers, Ford's guidance, Abbvie to buy Immunogen for $10.1 billion, "Faber Report" on a potential Cigna-Humana deal, Chicago PMI surprise, OPEC+ agrees to an additional supply cut. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/30/202345 minutes, 35 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Extraordinary Market Moment 11/29/23

Cramer’s explains why this is an extraordinary time for the markets. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
11/29/20234 minutes, 10 seconds
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GM CEO Mary Barra, Jamie Dimon Speaks, Remembering Charlie Munger 11/29/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with shares of General Motors surging after the company announced a $10 billion share buyback, unveiled plans for a 33% dividend hike in 2024, and reinstated 2023 guidance. GM Chair & CEO Mary Barra joined the program to discuss it all -- as well as the challenges facing the company's Cruise autonomous car unit. The anchors also reflected on the life of legendary investor and Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman Charlie Munger. Warren Buffett's longtime business partner died Tuesday at the age of 99. Also in focus: Andrew Ross Sorkin's wide-ranging interviewwith JPMorgan Chase Chairman & CEO Jamie Dimon at the DealBook Summit in New York City. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/29/202351 minutes, 18 seconds
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Markets and the Holiday Frenzy, China Galore, 2 Months of Falling Gas Prices 11/28/23

Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what investors should make of the five-day holiday shopping frenzy -- from record online sales on Monday to why Jim says to pay close attention to brick-and-mortar retail action. China-related news in the spotlight: Fast-fashion giant Shein files for a U.S. IPO, the cost of dinner with President Xi, plus why affluent Chinese are moving their money out of their homeland. Also in focus: 60 straight days of falling U.S. gasoline prices, Zscaler slides despite an earnings beat, “Magnificent 7” watch, the Sports Illustrated-AI writer controversy, "Faber Report": U.S. Steel sale update. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/28/202344 minutes, 18 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Alphabet, Meta, & Amazon 11/27/23

Cramer’s take on the three tech giants. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
11/27/20233 minutes, 37 seconds
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Black Friday and Beyond, Shopify's President, "Buy Now, Pay Later" Boost 11/27/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed Black Friday retail report cards, including Adobe Analytics' report stating U.S. online sales hit a record high. Adobe also said "buy now, pay later" usage rose 47% from a year ago, sparking a surge in shares of Affirm. The anchors also reacted to Wall Street firms’ notes on what to expect for the remainder of the holiday shopping season. Shopify President Harley Finkelstein joined the program to discuss his company's record Black Friday, holiday season strategy and shares up more than 50% month-to-date. Also in focus: The markets' four-week win streak, 'Magnificent 7" and AI, Disney's "Wish" disappoints at the Thanksgiving box office, Activism and Crown Castle, Elon Musk visits Israeli PM Netanyahu.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/27/202343 minutes, 41 seconds
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Squawk on the Street 11/24/23

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.Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/24/202342 minutes, 53 seconds
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Sam Altman Returns to OpenAI, Nvidia Earnings Get AI Boost, Oil Slumps on OPEC+ Meeting Delay 11/22/23

On the final trading day before Thanksgiving, Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Sara Eisen led off the show with new developments in the OpenAI saga and its ramifications: The ChatGPT parent said it reached an agreement in principle for Sam Altman to return as CEO, after he was ousted by the startup on Friday. OpenAI's new initial board includes former Salesforce Co-CEO Bret Taylor and former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers. The anchors also reacted to Nvidia's blowout quarter being fueled by AI, but better-than-expected guidance was tempered by its China sales forecast. Also in focus: Crude oil prices slide after OPEC and its partner nations delayed their meeting originally slated for Sunday, Deere shares take a hit despite a fiscal Q4 beat, Nordstrom's pre-Black Friday earnings, Tim Cook talks Apple succession with pop star Dua Lipa, the Thanksgiving travel rush and what has been a rough second half of the year for airline stocks. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/22/202342 minutes, 7 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Amazon & Danaher 11/21/23

Jim explains why he believes it’s not yet the time to buy more Amazon. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
11/21/20233 minutes, 2 seconds
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Microsoft's Nadella on OpenAI Drama, Pre-Black Friday Earnings, Countdown to Nvidia's Results 11/21/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the latest developments surrounding OpenAI's shakeup and firing of CEO Sam Altman. The anchors reacted to what Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella told CNBC about the ChatGPT parent. Retail earnings and the consumer also in the spotlight ahead of Black Friday: A look at why Lowe's and Best Buy shares fell and Dick's Sporting Goods was a bright spot. Also in focus: What to expect from Nvidia's after-the-bell earnings, Jeff Bezos sells Amazon shares, Chinese regulators conditionally approve the Broadcom-VMWaremerger deal, highlights of Cramer with mentalist Oz Pearlman. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/21/202344 minutes, 16 seconds
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OpenAI Shakeup: Company Ousts CEO Sam Altman, Microsoft Hires Him 11/20/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with the tumultuous shakeup at ChatGPT parent OpenAI: The startup fired Co-Founder and CEO Sam Altman, who ended up being hired by Microsoft to lead its new AI research team. The anchors explored what it all could mean for OpenAI's valuation, the company's board in the crosshairs and Microsoft stock. Also in focus: The markets aiming for a four-week win streak with Nvidia earnings due out after Tuesday's close, The CEO of GM's "Cruise" autonomous car unit resigns, one year since Bob Iger's return to Disney as CEO, Boeing jumps on Deutsche Bank's upgrade. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/20/202342 minutes, 41 seconds
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CNBC SPECIAL: Disney's Wildest Ride Part 2

CNBC’s Alex Sherman reports on the inside story of a CEO succession plan gone awry at Disney — a cautionary tale of how good intentions clashed with ego and hubris at the highest levels of corporate America. Sherman spoke with more than two dozen people who worked closely with Disney’s last two CEOs, Bob Iger and Bob Chapek, between 2020 and 2022. His report features many never-before reported details about Chapek’s tenure, how and why he was fired, and Iger’s plan to revive Disney now that he’s CEO once again. Stick around for a special interview with CNBC’s DJ Sixsmith on Sherman’s in-depth story about Disney’s succession drama. To read the full article go to https://cnb.cx/3Pr3kEd
11/20/202351 minutes, 53 seconds
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CNBC SPECIAL: Disney's Wildest Ride Part 1

CNBC’s Alex Sherman reports on the inside story of a CEO succession plan gone awry at Disney — a cautionary tale of how good intentions clashed with ego and hubris at the highest levels of corporate America. Sherman spoke with more than two dozen people who worked closely with Disney’s last two CEOs, Bob Iger and Bob Chapek, between 2020 and 2022. His report features many never-before reported details about Chapek’s tenure, how and why he was fired, and Iger’s plan to revive Disney now that he’s CEO once again. To read the full article go to https://cnb.cx/3Pr3kEd
11/20/202343 minutes, 51 seconds
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3-Week Win Streak Watch, AMAT Slumps on Probe Report, Musk Backlash 11/17/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what's ahead for the markets, with major indices on track to achieve their first three-week win streak since summer. Shares of Applied Materials down sharply: The chip equipment maker said to be the subject of a U.S. criminal probe regarding its shipments to China. The anchors also reacted to the backlash against Elon Musk after his response to an antisemitic post on X -- and IBM pulls its ads from that platform. What's at stake for Tesla? Also in focus: Gap soars on earnings, Apple reportedly delays its modem chip for the iPhone, AI roundup including Google, how low can oil prices go? Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/17/202343 minutes, 58 seconds
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CNBC SPECIAL: Inside Track - The Business of Formula 1 | Episode 2

Episode 2, Driving into the Future:CNBC's Sara Eisen explores the strategy behind Formula 1 motor racing's expansion in the U.S. from Austin to Miami to Las Vegas.  She looks at what’s in store for the sport’s future – including a new racing series for female drivers called F1 Academy, and the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix.  It’s F1’s most ambitious race yet, where the Las Vegas Strip will become an F1 track for the first time…Eisen goes behind the scenes to find out what it takes to build a track from scratch and how one family run business operates a kitchen from race to race across 4 continents to feed F1 teams and VIPs.  CNBC gives listeners the inside track on the global sports phenomenon known as Formula 1.  
11/17/202318 minutes, 52 seconds
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CNBC SPECIAL: Inside Track - The Business of Formula 1 | Episode 1

Episode 1, Formula 1 and the Liberty Era:High speed, high tech and filled with high-flyers – CNBC Documentaries goes inside the business of Formula 1 to find out what is fueling its popularity and who is profiting. Correspondent Sara Eisen profiles the heads of several F1 racing teams, including Toto Wolff of Mercedes, Christian Horner of Red Bull and Guenther Steiner of Haas, and interviews the CEOs of Formula 1 and its owner, Liberty Media – a sports and entertainment company that purchased the league in 2017 and has made a series of bold changes.  Eisen travels to some of Formula 1’s most iconic races and examines the role of brand-name sponsors.  
11/17/202327 minutes, 23 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Cisco and Palo Alto Networks 11/16/23

Cramer’s outlook on both tech stocks after their most recent earnings report. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
11/16/20233 minutes, 50 seconds
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Walmart Slides Despite Q3 Beat, The Cisco Skid, Biden-Xi Summit Takeaways 11/16/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with retail earnings and the consumer: Walmart shares fell after the company raised full-year guidance that ended up short of analyst consensus, overshadowing a Q3 beat. The anchors explored the similarities and differences between Walmart and Target – and what they mean for investors. Carl, Jim and David also reacted to Cisco shares tumbling after the Dow component cut its full-year revenue outlook. Also in focus: The summit meeting between Presidents Biden and Xi, the Chinese president's message to American CEOs, earnings winners and losers including Palo Alto Networks, Alibaba and Macy's, Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman on inflation. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/16/202343 minutes, 52 seconds
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Target Surges, Disney and Activism, Markets Extend Post-CPI Rally 11/15/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked off the show with Wednesday's biggest gainer on the S&P 500:Shares of Target surged as a Q3 earnings beat and holiday quarter guidance overshadowed a sales decline. David reported that according to sources, activist investor ValueAct has taken a stake in Disney. The anchors also discussed the big  post-CPI rally extending its gains, as the Producer Price Indexfell in October from the previous month. Also in focus: Biden-Xi meeting day, “Magnificent 7” moves, October retail sales decline, TJX among the earnings winners, a setback for the UAW-GM labor agreement. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/15/202343 minutes, 32 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: P&G 11/14/23

Jim and Jeff explain why they think you can still buy more shares of P&G in the Charitable Trust. They also discuss why they believe any housing-related stock stands to benefit most with lower interest rates. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
11/14/20232 minutes, 47 seconds
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Tame CPI Fuels Rally, Home Depot Beats, Biden-Xi One Day Away 11/14/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with inflation data that sparked Tuesday's stock market rally and drop in Treasury yields. The October Consumer Price Index came in tamer than expected: Unchanged from the prior month and up 3.2% from a year ago, 4% when you strip out food and energy. Jim highlighted the "Magnificent 7" and homebuilding stocks among the big winners. Also in focus: Home Depot's Q3 beat despite a sales decline, a look ahead to Wednesday's meeting between Presidents Biden and Xi, media stocks join the rally, EV winners and losers. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/14/202344 minutes, 17 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Apple 11/13/23

Jim and Jeff discuss why they’re not thinking of selling Apple in the Charitable Trust. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
11/13/20233 minutes, 6 seconds
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Markets' Weekly Win Streak, Wegovy Data, Boeing Moves Skyward 11/13/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets aiming for a third straight week of gains. Lots for investors to digest this week including retail earnings, inflation data and President Biden set to meet with China's President XI at the APEC summit in San Francisco. Also in focus: Novo Nordisk's data on anti-obesity drug Wegovy reducing risks of heart-related events, Boeing jumps and scores a $52 billion jet order from Emirates, Disney's "The Marvels" box office disappointment, automakers ramping up EV discounts. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/13/202343 minutes, 17 seconds
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Win Streak Ends, "Powell Effect" In Focus, No "Power" for Stock Plummeting 35% 11/10/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets looking to rebound one dayafter this year's longest win streaks for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq came to an end. Hawkish comments by Fed Chair Powell and a lackluster Treasury auction combined to spark Thursday's decline.The anchors also reacted to shares of Plug Power plunging more than 35% on a quarterly miss and supply warning. Also in focus: Treasury Secretary Yellen meets with China's vice premier, billionaireinvestor Ron Baron on Tesla in China, rough day for Trade Desk, Diageo and luxury stocks, market bright spots, what media pioneer John Malone toldDavid about Rupert Murdoch. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/10/202341 minutes, 3 seconds
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CNBC LEADERS: John Malone 11/10/23

CNBC's David Faber spoke exclusively with Liberty Media Chairman, John Malone, to discuss the future of live & entertainment content, the state of streaming, sports rights, the future of ESPN and more.
11/10/202342 minutes, 55 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Disney 11/9/23

Jim and Jeff break down the earnings beat for Disney. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
11/9/20233 minutes, 20 seconds
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John Malone Exclusive, Disney's Earnings Beat, Market Win Streak Watch 11/09/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with Disney: The stock jumpedon a Q4 earnings beat, streaming subscriber growth and cost-cutting plans. David spoke exclusivelywith cable pioneer and Liberty Media Chairman John Malone. They discussed everything from Disney and the future for ESPN, to streamers in a period of "rapid transition." David also interviewed Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei at the company's annual "Investor Day" about the business of Formula 1, sports media rights and big tech. Also in focus: The S&P 500 and Nasdaq's long win streaks, earnings winners and losers includingArm Holdings -- out with its post-IPO results. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/9/202347 minutes, 35 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Microsoft 11/8/23

Jim and Jeff explain the strength of Microsoft after it closed at a new all-time high yesterday. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
11/8/20233 minutes, 10 seconds
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Markets Party Like It's 2021, WBD Tumbles, Waiting for Disney 11/8/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on the market's upward momentum, including what's driving the S&P 500's seven-day win streak ‘and the Nasdaq's eighth straight day of gains: The longest such streaks for both indices in two years. Microsoft posted a record closing high on Tuesday. The anchors also discussed why shares of Warner Bros. Discovery tumbled on quarterly results, as Wall Street awaits Disney's after-the-bell earnings.Also in focus: Mortgage rates plunge -- so do shares of Robinhood, Roblox soars, results from EV makersRivian and Lucid. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/8/202344 minutes, 11 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Datadog Market 11/7/23

Jim and Jeff discuss why they think Palo Alto will hit new breakout levels after a reported data breach at Las Vegas Sands. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
11/7/20233 minutes, 43 seconds
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The Streak Rolls On, Uber Misses, EV Makers' Demand Challenges 11/7/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored tech's role in the stock market rally:The Dow and S&P 500 each looking to extend their daily win streaks to seven, while the Nasdaq aims for eight consecutive sessions of gains. Also in focus: Kashkari vs. Goolsbee, Uber's Q3 results miss estimates, D.R. Horton beats, EV makers said to be implementing discounts to shore up flagging demand, Datadog soars and lifts other cloud stocks, Netflix Co-CEO Ted Sarandos' comments on talks aimed at ending the SAG-AFTRA strike. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/7/202344 minutes, 24 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: FOMO Trading 11/6/23

Jim and Jeff discuss why they’d like to add more shares to either a chemical, health-care, manufacturing, or cybersecurity stock in the Charitable Trust after taking some profit from Foot Locker last Friday. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
11/6/20233 minutes, 40 seconds
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"Best Week" Rally, Disney Picks a New CFO, Riding the "Magnificent 7" 11/6/23

After the best week for the stock market so far this year, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed how to ride the rally's momentum. Jim highlighted the "Magnificent 7" -- including why he believes Microsoft is the best stock in the group and Tesla is destined to hit $300 per share. Also in focus: Veteran PepsiCo CFO Hugh Johnston is leaving the company to become Disney's CFO, Paramount slapped with a double downgrade, Citi mulls deep job cuts, Mark Zuckerberg's ACL tear, Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe Herd to step down as CEO. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/6/202344 minutes, 18 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: The Fed and Jobs 11/3/23

Cramer’s take on the latest Fed moves and today’s jobs report. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
11/3/20233 minutes, 44 seconds
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Hiring Cools in October, Stocks Extend Rally, Apple Falls Despite Q4 Beat 11/3/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with market reaction to the October jobs report.Major indices extended their week-long rally and bond yields fell on news that non-farm payrolls came in smaller than expected -- up 150,000 -- while the unemployment rate ticked higher to 3.9%. The anchors also discussed Apple shares under pressure despite a Q4 earnings beat, as revenues fell for a fourth straight quarter. Also in focus: Sam Bankman-Fried found guilty on all counts in the FTX fraud trial, Acting Labor Secretary Julie Su on the jobs report and recent labor strikes,Paramount among the earnings winners, U.S. Steel as a takeover target, what Cramer told Apple CEO Tim Cook about "The Morning Show."  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/3/202342 minutes, 37 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Starbucks 11/2/23

Jim and Jeff explain why they’re cautioning against selling shares of Starbucks after its earning beat led the stock to rise in morning trading. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
11/2/20232 minutes, 46 seconds
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Market Rally and Fed Aftermath, Starbucks Surges, Gains for Lilly and Novo Nordisk 11/2/23

Jim Cramer and Sara Eisen discussed what to make of Wednesday's Fed decision on interest rates and comments from the central bank's chair Jerome Powell. This as bond yields fall, the Dow and S&P 500 aim for a fourth straight day of gains and the Nasdaq goes for a five-day win streak. Starbucks shares surged on better-than-expected Q4 results. Shares of anti-obesity drugmakers also saw gains: "Mounjaro" manufacturer Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk -- the home of "Ozempic" and "Wegovy" -- posted quarterly beats. Also in focus: More earnings winners and losers, plus what to expect from Apple's after-the-bell results. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/2/202344 minutes, 30 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: DuPont 11/1/23

Jim and Jeff discuss why they'd like to buy more shares of DuPont after the company shaved its full-year guidance. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
11/1/20233 minutes, 28 seconds
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November Markets and Fed Decision, AMD's AI Message, Musk on the Cybertruck and Zuckerberg 11/1/23

With major indices now in the midst of a three-month losing streak, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what to expect from the markets in November –  as well as the Fed's Wednesday decision on interest rates and policy statement.AMD shares erased losses sparked by soft Q4 guidance, rebounding after CEO Lisa Su said her company is forecasting$2 billion in AI chip sales next year. Also in focus: Treasury refunding, Tesla's Elon Musk spoke about his Cybertruck forecast and slammed both Meta's Mark Zuckerberg and X rival "Threads" on Joe Rogan's podcast, Stanley Druckenmiller on why he was "completely wrong" about the stock market this year, Cramer's eye-opening comments about Estee Lauder shares tumbling, "Faber Report" on a potential sale of Hulu and an update on the actors' strike against Hollywood studios and streamers. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
11/1/202343 minutes, 56 seconds
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CAT Scratch Fever, Druckenmiller Slams Yellen, Markets Oversold? 10/31/23

One day after a rebound rally on Wall Street, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market reaction to earnings from the likes of Pfizer, Amgen and Caterpillar -- the biggest blue-chip decliner despite a quarterly beat. Cramer explained why he believes the markets are oversold. The anchors also reacted to billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller accusing Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen of what he called the “biggest blunder in the history of the Treasury." Also in focus: Apple's product launch including new chips, the World Bank's $157/barrel warning, Sarepta plummets, Pinterest surges, X's valuation plunge since Elon Musk bought Twitter. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/31/202343 minutes, 31 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Broadcom & Apple 10/30/23

Jim and Jeff say they’d buy more shares of Broadcom despite reports that its merger with an AI company may be delayed. They also discuss why they think Apple’s recent dip is not severe enough to worry about. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
10/30/20233 minutes, 46 seconds
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Correction vs. Rally, McDonald's Beats, UAW-GM Tentative Deal 10/30/23

After the broader markets closed Friday's session in correction territory, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what to make of Monday's rebound rally as we enter a big week: Apple joins the earnings parade, Treasury refunding, the Fed decision on rates and the key October jobs report. McDonald's shares up on better-than-expected quarterly results, helped by higher menu prices. Also in focus: General Motors becomes the last of Detroit's "Big 3" automakers to reach a tentative labor agreement with the UAW, Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai to testify in the U.S vs. Google antitrust trial, the Biden Administration's executive order on AI. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/30/202346 minutes, 49 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Amazon 10/27/23

Jim and Jeff explain the strength of Amazon after it reported its quarterly earnings. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
10/27/20233 minutes, 42 seconds
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Amazon Surges on Earnings, Ford Misses, Inflation Watch & the Fed 10/27/23

Jim Cramer and David Faber capped a busy week of earnings with reaction to Amazon shares' sharp jump on better-than-expected Q3 results. The anchors explored where AWS and AI fit into the picture. Ford shares fell after a quarterly miss, including a wider loss in its EV unit. The automaker also withdrew 2023 guidance pending ratification of its tentative labor agreement with the UAW. Also in focus: Reaction to Core PCE -- the Fed's preferred inflation gauge, Intel surges, Exxon Mobil and Chevron earnings, solar stocks burned again, Chipotle's CEO take on GLP-1 drugs, Jamie Dimon's stock sale plan, Israel-Hamas war, FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried testifies at his fraud trial. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/27/202343 minutes, 45 seconds
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Meta and the "Tech Wreck", UAW-Ford Tentative Deal, Southwest and ServiceNow CEOs 10/26/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed how investors should navigate the"tech wreck" on Wall Street -- with Nasdaq in correction territory, Meta shares falling despite a Q3 beat andAlphabet extending its sharp post-earnings decline. The UAW and Ford reached a tentative agreementnearly six weeks after the union began walkouts against Detroit's "Big 3" automakers. The CEOs of  Southwest Airlines and ServiceNow joined the program to discuss their companies' respectivequarterly results. Also in focus: Q3 GDP at 4.9% growth, earnings winners and losers, Morgan Stanley selects Ted Pick to succeed James Gorman as CEO, Silver Lake explores taking Ari Emanuel's Endeavor private. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/26/202346 minutes, 42 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Tech Stocks 10/25/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss Alphabet after its latest quarterly results led the broader technology space lower. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
10/25/20233 minutes, 32 seconds
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Big Earnings Movers: Microsoft Jumps, Alphabet Slumps, Boeing CEO Exclusive 10/25/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with mega-tech earnings: Microsoft shares jumped on a quarterly beat while Alphabet fell sharply despite beating on the top and bottom lines. The anchors discussed how the cloud and AI made the difference in both cases. Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun joined the program to discuss his company's results - and the stock's rise in the face of a wider-than-expected Q3 loss. Also in focus: What to expect from Meta's after-the-bellresults, earnings movers including Visa and T-Mobile US, Wall Street calls on Apple, an update on the Israel-Hamas War. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/25/202343 minutes, 28 seconds
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Earnings Parade Fuels Stocks: Coke, Verizon, 3M and GE Beat, RTX CEO Exclusive 10/24/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets rallying on a barrage of Q3 earnings reports: Coca-Cola, Verizon, 3M and General Electric among the companies exceeding estimates.Raytheon parent RTX surged after beating the street and announcing a $10 billion stock buyback program.RTX CEO Greg Hayes joined the program to discuss that news, along with developments surrounding the Israel-Hamas War and what they could mean for the defense contractor. Also in focus: General Motors beats but withdraws guidance due to the auto strike, what to expect from Microsoft and Alphabet when they report quarterly results after Tuesday's close of trading. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/24/202347 minutes
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Chevron and Hess CEOs on $53B Deal, 5% Yield Effect on Stocks, Apple’s Losing Streak 10/23/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked off "M&A Monday" with major news out of the energy sector: Chevron to buy Hess in an all-stock transaction valued at $53 billion. Chevron CEO Mike Wirthand Hess CEO John Hess joined the anchors at Post 9 to discuss the deal. Also in focus: A new week for stocks as the 10-year yield hovers around 5%, the Israel-Hamas War, why Apple shares are on track for a seventh straight day of declines, a mega-tech earnings week ahead featuring Microsoft, Alphabet, Meta and Amazon. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/23/202349 minutes
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The 5% Yield Effect, Powell's Fed for Thought, Obesity Drugs: Shots for Kids? 10/20/23

Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Sara Eisen explored what's ahead for the markets one day afterthe 10-year note yield hit 5% for the first time since 2007 -- and Fed Chair Powell addressed the Economic Club of New York about rates and fighting inflation. Earnings also in the spotlight, including results from American Express -- while shares of Netflix extended their rally and Tesla continued to slumpfollowing the release of their results late Wednesday. Also in focus:  Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly reportedly testing their weight loss drug shots for younger patients, PresidentBiden's $100 billion message to Congress, an update from Tel Aviv on the Israel-Hamas war.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/20/202342 minutes, 49 seconds
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Tesla's Q3 Miss, Netflix Shares Surge, Powell and Yields Watch 10/19/23

Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Sara Eisen led off the show with market reaction to "Big Tech" earnings.Tesla shares fell sharply on a Q3 miss as price cuts weighed on profits. A different story for Netflix: Shares surgedon news that the streaming giant added about nine million subscribers, posted a quarterly earnings beat andannounced price hikes. The anchors also explored what to expect from Thursday's remarks by Fed Chair Powell as the 10-year note yield continued its march toward 5%. Also in focus: The Israel-Hamas war, Earnings winners and losers including AT&T and American Airlines, Nestle CEO and the "Ozempic effect." Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/19/202343 minutes, 30 seconds
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P&G's Earnings Beat, Morgan Stanley and United Slump, Nvidia on the Curbs 10/18/23

With the Dow in the midst of a three-day winning streak, Carl Quintanilla, Sara Eisen and Mike Santoli discussed market reaction to a number of earnings reports. Dow component Procter & Gamble received a liftfrom fiscal Q1 results, while Morgan Stanley and United Airlines saw their shares fall sharply despite quarterly beats. Nvidia extended its losses from Tuesday -- and responded to the White House's tighter curbs on AI chip exports to China. Citi and Morgan Stanley lowered their respective price targets on NVDA. Also in focus: Rising yields and oil prices, what to expect from Tesla and Netflix results due out after Wednesday's close of trading, President Biden visits Israel amid its war with Hamas.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/18/202343 minutes, 52 seconds
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BofA and Goldman Sachs Beat, Retail Sales Surge, Chips Slump, Starboard's Jeff Smith on News Corp. 10/17/23

David Faber, Sara Eisen and Mike Santoli explored what to make of Q3 earnings beats from Bank of America and Goldman Sachs. The anchors discussed stocks falling and yields rising after September retail sales data more than doubled expectations.Nvidia and other semiconductor stocks also under pressure, after the Biden Administration announced it is tightening curbs on AI chip exports to China. At the 13D Monitor Active-Passive Investor Summit, David interviewed Starboard Value CEO Jeff Smith about the hedge fund's call for News Corp to unlock shareholder value via spinoffs. Also in focus: President Biden set to visit Israelamid its war with Hamas.
10/17/202344 minutes, 5 seconds
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Big Week for Earnings, Pfizer's Warning and Rebound, Yellen on the Israel-Hamas War 10/16/23

Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Sara Eisen led off the show with a look at what to expect from marketsthis week -- as earnings season ramps up and stocks move higher despite a rise in treasury yields. Pfizer also in the spotlight: The company lowered full-year guidance late Friday, citing weaker demand for itsCOVID vaccines and treatments. Why did the stock rebound? Also in focus: The Israel-Hamas war and what Treasury Secretary Yellen said about it, Charles Schwab earnings, obesity drug stocks vs. the consumer staples sector, a strong debut for Taylor Swift's concert film, David celebrates the Jets' upset of the Eagles. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/16/202343 minutes, 1 second
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Big Banks Beat, Microsoft-Activision Deal Closes, Exclusive: BlackRock’s Larry Fink 10/13/23

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by breaking down quarterly results from the big banks as JPMorgan, Citi and Wells Fargo all beat earnings estimates. The anchors also discussed the Microsoft-Activision deal officially closing after the UK’s CMA gave the green light for the $69 billion transaction. After the opening bells, the desk spoke exclusively with Blackrock CEO Larry Fink, who joined the anchors on set at Post 9. BlackRock posted a rise in profits, and reached over $9 trillion in assets under management.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/13/202346 minutes, 54 seconds
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SOTS+ Authentic Brands CEO Jamie Salter & Inter Miami CF Owner David Beckham 10/12/23

CNBC's Sara Eisen interviews Authentic Brands CEO Jamie Salter & Inter Miami CF Owner David Beckham about the partnership, Authentic’s growth, the state of retail and Beckham’s Inter Miami team.
10/12/202325 minutes, 20 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Exxon Mobil & Pioneer 10/12/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks share their thoughts on Exxon buying a Charitable Trust name and what it means for the stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
10/12/20233 minutes, 29 seconds
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Yields Rise on CPI, UAW Latest Strike, Consumer Names Report 10/12/23

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer kicked off the program breaking down the latest inflation print, with CPI coming in hotter-than-expected for the month of September. The consumer price index increased 0.4% on the month and 3.7% from a year ago, above respective forecasts for 0.3% and 3.6%. Following the market discussion, the anchors brought in Phil LeBeau to talk the UAW launching an unexpected labor strike to one of Ford’s most profitable plants. After the opening bells, the desk also discussed the latest earnings reports from consumer names Walgreens, Domino’s, and Delta Air Lines.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/12/202343 minutes, 40 seconds
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Exxon Mobil Buys Pioneer, Hotter-Than-Expected PPI, Birkenstock Goes Public 10/11/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with the biggest M&A deal of the year as Exxon Mobil agreed to buy Pioneer Natural Resources for nearly $60 billion in an all-stock merger. Exxon said its production volume in the Permian Basin would more than double to 1.3 million barrels per day once the transaction closes. The anchors then shifted to this morning’s inflation data with PPI coming in hotter than expected at 0.5% vs. the 0.3% estimate. Also in the mix: shoe maker Birkenstock made its market debut at the NYSE, after pricing at $46 per share. Should investors buy the new public company? Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/11/202343 minutes, 50 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Bond Market vs. Stock Market 10/10/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks compare investing in the bond market versus the stock market. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
10/10/20233 minutes, 3 seconds
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Israel Secures Border, Pepsi Pops, More Labor Strikes? 10/10/23

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer kicked off the hour discussing the markets trying to build on yesterday’s rally as investors continue to monitor the Israel-Hamas conflict. NBC’s Kelly Cobiella reported live from Tel Aviv with the very latest on the ground. The anchors then turned to corporate earnings as Pepsi reported before the bell. The food and beverage giant posted beats for both earnings and revenue, and raised its profit forecast. After the opening bells, they also mentioned thousands of hospitality workers in Vegas planning to picket this week, after another failed round of negotiations with the casinos. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/10/202344 minutes, 11 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Israel-Hamas War 10/6/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss possible implications on some portfolio holdings after the attacks on Israel over the weekend. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
10/9/20233 minutes, 32 seconds
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Israel At War With Hamas, Safe-Haven Assets Rise, Peltz Pressures Disney 10/9/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber started the show discussing the Israel-Hamas conflict, which sent stocks lower and energy prices higher. Top gainers on the S&P 500 included defense stocks like Northrop Grumman, while the biggest laggards included travel names like United Airlines. On the corporate side, the anchors also discussed Disney and Nelson Peltz after the billionaire investor reignited his proxy battle with the media giant. Peltz’s activist firm, Trian Fund Management, plans to push for multiple seats on the board after increasing its stake in Disney to about 30 million shares, valued at roughly $2.5 billion.
10/9/202345 minutes
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Cramer's Morning Take: Jobs Report 10/6/23 10/6/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks explain the September jobs report and some Club holdings that could move based off of the economic data.Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
10/6/20233 minutes, 27 seconds
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Blowout Sept. Jobs Report, Oil Mega Deal, More Tesla Vehicle Price Cuts 10/6/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked off the hour with the September jobs report; Nonfarm payrolls rose by 336,000 for the month blowing past the consensus estimate for 170,000, which sent stocks lower and yields higher. The anchors also discussed Exxon in talks to buy Pioneer Natural Resources, in a deal that could be worth roughly $60 billion. After the bells, the anchors also discussed Tesla, which cut Model 4 and Model Y prices in the U.S. after the company reported third-quarter deliveries that missed market expectations.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/6/202343 minutes, 6 seconds
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Oil Prices Plunge, The Ozempic Effect, Disney’s Dismal Run 10/5/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the hour by breaking down the drop in oil prices. WTI crude came off its worst day of 2023, and touched its lowest price since August. The anchors then shifted to weight loss drugs, with the Walmart U.S. CEO saying he’s seeing a “slight pullback” for certain food products because of Ozempic and other products. After the bell the anchors also mentioned Disney’s tough run, with shares dipping back below $80, its lowest level since Oct. 2014.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/5/202343 minutes, 8 seconds
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Rates Rock Stocks, Apple Downgraded, Largest-Ever U.S. Healthcare Strike 10/4/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber started the show discussing stocks trying to bounce back after the Dow suffered its worst day since March with Treasury yields still hovering around multi-year highs. The group also hit Apple, which got downgraded to “sector weight” at KeyBanc; The firm cited high valuations and concerns over soft growth in the United States as the main catalysts behind its call. Apple shares are down double digits over the past 3-months, is now a good time to get in? After the opening bells, the anchors also talked about more than 75,000 Kaiser Permanente workers going on strike, amid a simmering dispute over staffing levels.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/4/202343 minutes, 10 seconds
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Yields Spike, Sam Bankman-Fried Trial Begins, Nadella Testifies 10/3/23

David Faber and Jim Cramer began the hour by discussing the spike in yields, with the 10-year and 30-year Treasury yields touching their highest levels since 2007. They also hit Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester speaking out on Central Bank policy, arguing that one more U.S. rate hike may be needed in 2023. The anchors then shifted to the criminal trial of Sam Bankman-Fried beginning today; Bankman-Fried faces 7 counts of conspiracy and fraud over the collapse of FTX. Staying with court cases, Faber and Cramer also broke down the latest in the federal antitrust case against Google, a day after Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella testified in court on how hard it is to break into search. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/3/202343 minutes, 27 seconds
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Q4 Kicks Off, Tesla Deliveries, Live: Kellanova CEO 10/2/23

Carl Quintanilla, Sara Eisen and David Faber began the hour by breaking down the markets for Q4, with all major indices coming off their first negative quarter of 2023. The anchors also reacted to Bill Ackman’s comments, who told CNBC that the Fed is probably done raising rates and that he believes “the economy is starting to slow.” Phil LeBeau also joined the show to talk Tesla; the company reported Q3 delivery numbers of 435,059, slightly below estimates. Also in the mix: Kellogg’s snack spinoff Kellanova began trading at the NYSE; CEO Steve Cahillane joined the anchors live at Post 9 to discuss the new company. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
10/2/202342 minutes, 56 seconds
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Squawk on the Street+ Citigroup CEO Jane Fraser

In this CNBC exclusive, Citigroup CEO Jane Fraser joins Sara Eisen to discuss the vision behind splitting Citi into five business units, whether layoffs are part of the restructuring plan, and how the company intends to unlock more value.
9/29/202315 minutes, 55 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Micron, Nike, & Oil 9/29/23

Cramer and Jeff discuss turning the page on September and what’s ahead for the markets.Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/29/20234 minutes, 3 seconds
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Squawk on the Street 9/29/23

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.Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/29/202346 minutes
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Squawk on the Street+ Ray Dalio 09/28/23

CNBC’s Squawk On The Street Anchor Sara Eisen talks with Bridgewater Founder Ray Dalio about the looming debt crisis in the U.S., geopolitical tensions between the U.S. and China, what should be a part of everyone’s portfolio and rumors of his potential return to Bridgewater. Sara Eisen spoke with Dalio at the Managed Funds Association’s Investment Leadership Dinner where he received the MFA Investment Leadership Award. Record date 9/27/23.
9/29/202347 minutes, 49 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Market Seasonality 9/28/23

Cramer and Jeff on market seasonality and staple stocks.Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/28/20233 minutes, 46 seconds
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The Yield Signal for the Markets, Micron CEO Exclusive, The Obesity Drug Makers' Rally 9/28/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the impact of rising yields on the markets. When would it be time to get bullish? You'll want to hear Jim's answer to that question. Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra joined the program exclusively: A lively discussion about chip maker's Q4 results -- and the guidance that weighed on the stock. Also in focus: The 2023 rally for obesity and diabetes drug makers Novo Nordisk and Lilly -- as prescriptions for weight-loss medications surge, what to expect from Nike's after-the-bell earnings, JetBlue's revenue warning, an update on Cleveland-Cliffs' takeover bid for U.S. Steel. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/28/202346 minutes, 37 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Government Shutdown & Auto Strikes 9/27/23

Cramer gives his thoughts on how a possible government shutdown and ongoing auto worker strikes might affect the markets. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/27/20233 minutes, 42 seconds
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Morning After the Sell-off, FTC vs. Amazon, 30 Years of David Faber 9/27/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what's ahead for the markets after Tuesday's sell-off put the S&P 500 and Nasdaq on track for their worst monthly performance since December 2022. The anchors reacted to what FTC Chair Lina Khan told CNBC about the agency's lawsuit against Amazon, which alleges the company illegally wields monopoly power. Also in focus: UAW strikes continue while Hollywood writers end their walkout, Costco earnings, Target's theft problem, Nvidia CEO's connection with Denny's, a celebration of David's 30th anniversary at CNBC -- featuring a special guest. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/27/202346 minutes, 29 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: 9/26/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss buying opportunities during the current market downturn.Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/26/20233 minutes, 46 seconds
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Yields and the Market Slump, Dimon on Rates, Pres. Biden and the UAW Strike 9/26/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the stock market under pressure: Higher yields in the spotlight amid Fed rate hike expectations. Cramer explained why the 20-year bond yield should be on investors' radar. The anchors reacted to what JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon told CNBC about the road ahead for rates. Also in focus: President Biden's trip to Michigan to join UAW members on the picket lines, new developments surrounding AI, Apple senior executive Eddy Cue to take the stand in the Google antitrust trial, the market action involving makers of obesity drugs. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/26/202342 minutes, 20 seconds
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Markets' Losing Streak, Amazon's $4B Bet on AI, Writers-Hollywood Studios Tentative Deal 9/25/23

Carl Quintanilla, Courtney Reagan and Mike Santoli kicked off the final week of September and Q3with a look at the markets: Major indices trying to avoid a five-day losing streak.Canaccord Genuity strategist Tony Dwyer joined the conversation. Amazon confirmed it plans to invest up to $4 billion in a startup rival to OpenAI. On the labor front: Media stocks rose after the Writers Guildand Hollywood studios announced a tentative agreement that could end a months-long strike, while theUAW's strike against Detroit automakers entered a second week. Also in focus, consumer and health-relatedstocks under pressure, Meta's chatbot push, Citi CEO's overhaul message, a Taylor Swift sighting on NFL Sunday. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/25/202344 minutes, 4 seconds
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After the Sell-off: Cramer's Six Reasons, iPhone 15 Hits Stores, UAW Deadline 9/22/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off a busy program with markets after the worst day for the S&P 500 since March. Jim explained why he believes the markets are too negative and outlined the six reasons investors are selling stocks. The anchors also discussed what to make of the Apple iPhone 15 launch in stores worldwide. Also in focus: Deadline day for the UAW as it considers expanding its strikes against Detroit's "Big 3" automakers, Microsoft clears a key hurdle for its deal to acquire Activision, new stocks slump: Arm, Instacart and Klaviyo hovering around their respective IPO prices after strong opening day gains. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/22/202342 minutes, 29 seconds
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Cisco and Splunk CEOs on $28B Deal, Markets' Post-Fed Pain, Murdoch Steps Down 9/21/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with Cisco agreeing to acquire Splunk for $28 billion or $157 per share in cash. Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins and Splunk CEO Gary Steele joined the program to discuss where AI and security fit into the deal. The anchors also discussed markets under pressure after the Fed stood pat on rates Wednesday -- but policymakers wouldn't rule out further hikes. Media also in the spotlight: Rupert Murdoch said he is stepping down as chairman of News Corp. and Fox Corp. Sources told David that Hollywood studios and the Writers Guild are near an agreement that would end the union's months-long strike. Also in focus: FedEx jumps on earnings and full-year profit guidance, plus a look at why shares of WWE and UFC parent TKO Group fell into "smackdown" mode. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/21/202346 minutes, 33 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Fed Preview & Amazon 9/20/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss this week’s volatile market ahead of the Federal Reserve’s interest rate announcement and news conference today. Jim also explains why he thinks Amazon is a buy at these levels amid the company’s holiday hike of employees.Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/20/20234 minutes, 2 seconds
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Fed Decision Day, BofA Sees S&P 4600, Apple and Goldman Planned iPhone Stock Trading Feature 9/20/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what to expect from Wednesday's Fed rate decision, as well as what Fed Chair Powell and his fellow policymakers might say about the road ahead. The anchors also reacted to Bank of America raising its year-end S&P 500 target to 4600 from 4300. Sources told CNBC that Apple and Goldman Sachs had planned a stock trading feature for the iPhone -- until the markets turned south last year. Also in focus: Goldman in advanced talks to sell its GreenSky consumer lending unit, Cramer's take on peak oil, J.P. Morgan says to "Sell" Dollar General, marketing automation company Klaviyo followsInstacart and Arm into the IPO waters with a Wall Street debut. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/20/202344 minutes, 31 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Disney 9/19/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss how Club members can stay the course during this historically poor month for the market. Jim also explains why now is a good time to buy Disney while the stock is down.Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/19/20234 minutes, 11 seconds
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Waiting for the Fed, Instacart's IPO Day and $9.9B Valuation, Disney's Double 9/19/23

Interest rates in the spotlight: Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed stocks under pressure as the Fed kicks off its two-day policy meeting. The anchors also explored the state of the IPO market: Instacartheads into its Wall Street debut with a valuation of about $10 billion, while Arm shares fell for a third straight day after surging in itsreturn to the public markets last week. Also in focus: Disney doubles investment in its parks business and ABC to air additional "Monday Night Football" games because of the Hollywood strikes, what Oracle CEO Safra Catz told Cramer about AI, UAW's message to Detroit’s Big 3 as its strike against Ford, GM and Stellantis enters day five. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/19/202344 minutes, 26 seconds
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CNBC LEADERS: Ken Griffin 9/19/23

CNBC's Sara Eisen sits down for an exclusive with Citadel CEO & Founder Ken Griffin for a wide-ranging interview to discuss a variety of important, hard-hitting financial topics including the market & the Fed, whether Griffin will be backing Governor Ron DeSantis as a presidential candidate and his thoughts on the new movie, "Dumb Money," about the meme stock phenomenon.
9/19/202343 minutes, 2 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Fed Decision Looms 9/18/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss the market ahead of the Federal Reserve’s meeting this Wednesday.Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/18/20233 minutes, 23 seconds
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Markets and Fed Decision Week, UAW Strike Day 4, Apple iPhone 15 Demand in China 9/18/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored a new week for the markets, as investors await Wednesday's Fed decision on interest rates. The anchors engaged in a wide-ranging discussion about the impact of the United Auto Workers' strike against Detroit's Big 3 automakers, now entering day four.Phil LeBeau joined the conversation while reporting from a picket line in Toledo, Ohio. Also in focus:Apple reportedly witnessing strong iPhone 15 demand in China, Tim Cook on the "Vision Pro" headset, cyberattack impact on Clorox, Tesla said to be in EV factory talks with Saudi Arabia, a slew ofupgrades and downgrades.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/18/202344 minutes, 10 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Adobe & Oracle 9/15/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss Adobe and Oracle's partnership with Microsoft. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/15/20233 minutes, 3 seconds
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UAW Strikes Against Detroit's Big 3, Arm Holdings Day 2, No AI Jump for Adobe 9/15/23

Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Sara Eisen focused on the United Auto Workers going on a historic strike against Detroit's "Big 3" automakers: Ford, General Motors and Stellantis -- the parent of Chryslerand Jeep. The anchors discussed the ripple effects with Phil LeBeau, who spoke with GM CEO Mary Barraabout the strike and was on the ground at picket lines in Michigan. Also in focus: Arm Holdings' 25% jump on its IPO day Thursday and what it could mean for Instacart, what Citadel's Ken Griffin told Sara about the markets, Adobe shares fell despite a quarterly beat and the company touting AI, buzz surrounding Disney and potential bidders for ABC. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/15/202342 minutes, 43 seconds
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Squawk on the Street+ Ken Griffin 9/14/23

Citadel CEO Ken Griffin joins Squawk on the Street's Sara Eisen to discuss M&A business, the equity market, Fed rate hikes. Eva Moskowitz, Success Academy CEO and founder, joins in the conversation to discuss philanthropy in education. 
9/14/202327 minutes, 59 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Amazon 9/14/23

Cramer explains why Amazon’s stock has been “incredible”.Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/14/20232 minutes, 57 seconds
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Exclusive: SoftBank's Masayoshi Son and Arm CEO on the Biggest IPO of 2023 9/14/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber covered all of the bases surrounding Arm Holdings' much-anticipatedIPO - the biggest of 2023. The SoftBank-owned chip designer listed on the Nasdaq and priced its offering at $51 per share -- the top of the expected range --  giving Arm a valuation of $54.5 billion. David spoke exclusively with SoftBank founderand CEO Masayoshi Son and Arm CEO Rene Haas about theirexpectations for the chip company, including its business in China. The anchors also explored what Arm's return to the public marketsmeans for the IPO landscapeand AI players including Nvidia.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/14/202344 minutes, 7 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Rate Hikes & Oracle 9/13/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss today’s CPI number, what it means for possible Fed rate hikes, and the latest on Oracle.Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/13/20234 minutes
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Inflation Watch, Apple iPhone 15 Reaction, Big Tech CEOs at Capitol Hill AI Forum 9/13/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with reaction to AugustCPI data ahead of next week's Fed decision on interest rates. The anchors explored how gasoline prices, retail and housing fit into the market picture. They also discussed Wall Street analysts'new calls on Apple followingits product launch event including thenew iPhone 15 lineup. Also in focus: Major tech CEOs including Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg andJensen Huang arrive on Capitol Hill for an AI forum with lawmakers, what Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff told Cramer about AI, the UAW and Detroit's "Big 3" automakers continue negotiations as a strike deadline looms. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/13/202347 minutes, 7 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Oracle 9/12/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss Oracle and why you should buy some now on a post-earnings drop. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/12/20233 minutes, 28 seconds
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Oracle Slumps, Apple iPhone 15 Watch, Ari Emanuel on WWE + UFC = TKO 9/12/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with shares of Oracle slumping on a quarterly revenue miss and sales guidance below analyst estimates. The anchors discussed where the company fits in the AI landscape. They also previewed Tuesday's much-anticipated Apple product event -- and the expected launch of the new iPhone 15. Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel and COO Mark Shapiro spoke exclusively to David about closing the WWE-UFC deal to form sports entertainment firm TKO Group. They also discussed television rights, the Hollywood strike, PGA-LIV golf and who won the cable fee standoff: Disney or Charter?  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/12/202346 minutes, 58 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: The Future of AI 9/11/23

Jim Cramer attends the Dreamforce Conference and talks with Jeff Marks about the future of AI. Plus, Jim previews the August CPI report set to come out this Wednesday. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/11/20233 minutes, 11 seconds
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Tesla "AI Mojo" Upgrade, Qualcomm-Apple Chip Deal, A Busy Market Week 9/11/23

Carl Quintanilla,Jim Cramer and David Faber reacted to market-moving news out of the tech sector: Tesla was named a "top pick" by Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas, who upgraded the stock to "Overweight" and hiked his price target to $400 from $250.Jonas said he believed Tesla's "Dojo" supercomputer will unlock the company's "AI mojo." Qualcomm shares jumped on news of its deal to supply Apple with 5G chips until 2026. In San Francisco, Cramer discussed what he's expecting from Salesforce's "Dreamforce" conference beginning Tuesday. The anchors also explored what will be a busy week of developments for the markets to digest -- including key inflation data, Apple's expected iPhone 15 launch and a potential UAW strike against Detroit automakers.The NYSE and Nasdaq each observed a moment of silence, honoring the victims of 9/11 on the 22nd anniversary of the terror attacks Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/11/202342 minutes, 42 seconds
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Tech’s Tough Week, Reaction to Apple's Two-Day Slump, Goldman Sachs CEO Exclusive 9/8/23

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer wrapped up a holiday-shortened week with a look ahead for themarkets, especially in the tech sector. The Nasdaq entered Friday’s session in the midst of a four-day losing streak. The anchors reacted to Wall Street analyst notes about Apple shares falling 6% over two days -- in wake of headlines surroundingChina and the iPhone. Also in focus: David Faber's exclusive interview with Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon, the United Auto Workers called General Motors 10% wagehike offer "insulting" ahead of next week's strike deadline, used car price inflation data, the Disney-Chartercable fee standoff, the Lions-Chiefs NFL season opener.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/8/202343 minutes, 37 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: “Negative” market & Apple 9/8/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss the current “negative” market and the latest on Apple ahead of next week’s iPhone 15 launch. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/8/20233 minutes, 52 seconds
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CNBC Exclusive: Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon 9/7/23

In this exclusive interview, "Squawk on the Street" co-anchor David Faber spoke with Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon at the Goldman Sachs Communacopia & Technology Conference in San Francisco, CA.
9/7/202323 minutes, 17 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Apple 9/7/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss why they remain bullish on Apple ahead of its annual new product launch event on Tuesday and despite reports of its products being banned in China. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/7/20234 minutes, 23 seconds
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Tech Tumbles: Apple Extends Stock Slump on Reports of a China Government iPhone Ban 9/7/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with Apple extending this week's losses:  Shares hurt by published reports stating China plans to broaden its ban of iPhone usage by government officials. The anchors explored whether now is the time to buy mega-tech names, as the Nasdaq entered Thursday's session in the midst of a three-day losing streak. At the Goldman Sachs "Communacopia" conference in San Francisco, David highlighted comments made at the event by Warner Bros. Discovery CEODavid Zaslav. Also in focus: Crude oil's nine-session win streak, the streaming wars as the NFL season kicks off, auto industry labor strife, Boeing's 737 MAX delivery guidance, CNBC's "Fast Money" rings the Nasdaq opening bell. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/7/202344 minutes, 10 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Rising Oil Prices 9/6/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss why the market hasn’t been able to keep up the momentum of August’s gains. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/6/20233 minutes, 23 seconds
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Live from Goldman’s Communacopia, Regulatory Headwinds, AI Market “Skyrocketing” 9/6/23

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the show from the NYSE while David Faber joined the crew live from Goldman’s tech & media conference in San Francisco, California. At the conference, AMD CEO Lisa Su spoke on a panel saying the demand for AI semiconductors remained strong, adding that the market is “skyrocketing.” The anchors then turned to the broader markets with the major indices headed towards another day of losses. How should investors play this volatile market environment? Also in focus: The WSJ reported that the FTC could file an antitrust suit against Amazon at the end of the month, after Amazon officials did not offer concessions to the FTC to pursue a settlement over antitrust claims.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/6/202343 minutes, 11 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Interest Rates 9/5/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss why interest rates going higher is driving the market down. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
9/5/20232 minutes, 47 seconds
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September Swoon? Arm Roadshow, Warner Bros. Discovery’s Warning 9/5/23

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the show by breaking down the broader markets on the shortened week of trading. The anchors also reacted to Federal Reserve Governor Christopher Waller telling CNBC that the markets are coming off “a hell of a good week of data” that will buy the central bank some time on policy decisions. Additionally, the desk hit Arm Holdings, which kicked off its IPO roadshow and submitted an updated filing for its upcoming listing, setting a price range between $47 and $51. Also in the mix: Warner Bros. Discovery warned that it is expecting to take a $300 million to $500 million profit hit from the ongoing Hollywood strike.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/5/202343 minutes, 46 seconds
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NEC Director Brainard on Jobs Report, Retail Rollercoaster, Disney-Charter Showdown 9/1/23

On the first trading day of September, Carl Quintanilla, Leslie Picker and Mike Santoli led off the show with the August employment report. It showed job creation and the unemployment rate came in in higher-than expected last month, while non-farm payrolls growth was downwardly revised for June and July. National Economic Council Director and former Fed vice chair Lael Brainard joined the program with White House reaction to the numbers and her take on inflation. Veteran strategist Ed Yardeni shared his expectations for the markets this month. Also in focus: Lululemon's earnings beat, Walmart's all-time high, Dollar General's downgrade parade, the FTC/Amgen-Horizon Therapeutics settlement, Disney-Spectrum/Charter carriage dispute, Dell surges, Barry Diller slams Netflix.   Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
9/1/202343 minutes, 6 seconds
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Last Trading Day of August, Fed Inflation Watch, Salesforce's AI Boost 8/31/23

On the final trading day of August, Carl Quintanilla and Sara Eisen explored market reaction to the Fed's preferred inflation gauge -- Core PCE -- coming in as expected but a tick higher in July. This as the major indices entered Thursday's session in the midst of a four-day win streak, but on track for a negative month. Shares of Salesforce surged on quarterly results and guidance above analyst forecasts, getting a lift from AI. Also in focus: The July consumer spending jump, Dollar General tumbles on an earnings miss and lowered guidance, Shopify-Amazonpartnership, Sara's exclusive with Authentic Brands CEO Jamie Salter, why movie stocks are getting a boost from Taylor Swift. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
8/31/202343 minutes, 34 seconds
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ADP Report Shows Labor Market Cooling, Adam Parker's Market Message, Commerce Sec. Exclusive 8/30/23

With major indices aiming for a fourth straight day of gains, Carl Quintanilla and David Faber discussed market reaction to key economic reports: ADP data show jobs growth cooled in Julywhile Q2 GDP and PCE inflation gauge were revised lower - fueling investor hopes that the Fed could stand pat on interest rates in September. Trivariate Research founder Adam Parker offered his take on the markets,including Nvidia's post-earnings stock moves and the AI trade. Also in focus: Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo spoke exclusively to CNBC about her visit to China, Hurricane Idalia makes landfall in Florida, Apple's September 12 product event, HP Inc. and Ambarella shares tumble. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
8/30/202344 minutes, 6 seconds
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Navigating a Tough August, Commerce Secretary in China, White House Selects Drugs for Medicare Price Negotiations 8/29/23

Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli discussed the markets' road ahead: The Nasdaq headed into Tuesday with gains in five of the last six session, but still on track for its worst month of the year along with the S&P 500. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo headed to Shanghai after meeting with China's vice premier. Eunice Yoon reported from the high-speed train in which the secretary was traveling. Also in focus: The Biden Administration unveiled its list of drugs selected for Medicare price negotiations, Best Buy's earnings beat, Verizon and AT&T upgraded, Alphabet trades near 2023 highs, Nvidia's post-earnings moves and AI, what Amazon CEO Andy Jassy reportedly told remote workers about returning to the office.  Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
8/29/202342 minutes, 54 seconds
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Nvidia and a New Market Week, Commerce. Sec. in China, 3M Jumps On Settlement Reports 8/28/23

Carl Quintanilla and David Faber kicked off a new market week after a Friday in which the Dow posted its best day in about three weeks and Fed Chair Powell delivered his Jackson Hole speech. What should investors make of Nvidia erasing last week's gains from its blowout quarter? Also in focus: Commerce Secretary Raimondo's visit to China and that country's moves to boost its capital markets, 3M shares up sharply on reports the company is near a $5.5 billion settlement related to its earplugs, the FTC pauses its challenge to Amgen's $27 billion deal to acquire Horizon Therapeutics. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
8/28/202343 minutes, 26 seconds
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Powell Jackson Hole Day, Markets After the Sell-off, Wild Retail Week and the Theft Effect 8/25/23

Carl Quintanilla, Courtney Reagan and Mike Santoli focused on what investors could expect from the Fed Chair Jerome Powell at the Fed symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Friday's event comes one day after a Wall Street sell-off which erased gains sparked by Nvidia's blowout quarter. Retail back in the spotlight and capping a volatile week for the sector: Gap posted mixed quarterly results, while shares of Nordstrom fell despite a quarterly earnings beat. The company said losses due to theft were historic. Also in focus: Sara Eisen's rare interview with the CEOs of Simon Property Group and Authentic Brands, along with the executive chair of Sheinabout a new fast-fashion retail partnership involving the Forever 21 chain. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
8/25/202343 minutes, 22 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia 8/24/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks break down results from Nvidia and preview the annual Federal Reserve meeting tomorrow at Jackson Hole. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
8/24/20233 minutes, 41 seconds
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AI Boosts Nvidia's Blowout Quarter, Powell One Day Away, T-Mobile US To Cut 5,000 Jobs. 8/24/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber engaged in a wide-ranging discussion about Nvidia: Shares surged to a record high on the company's blowout quarter and raised guidance due strong demand for AI chips. The future for interest rates also in the spotlight, as investors brace forFed Chair Jerome Powell's Jackson Hole speech on Friday. Also in focus: T-Mobile US plans to layoff 5,000 employees, supplier defect weighs on Boeing, Dollar Tree's turn to experience retail pain,Snowflake's earnings beat. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
8/24/202344 minutes, 21 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Foot Locker 8/23/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks share a lesson for Club members after Foot Locker plummets following their latest earnings report. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
8/23/20233 minutes, 29 seconds
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Foot Locker Joins Retail Rout, Nvidia Countdown, Peloton Plummets 8/23/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at more pain for the retail sector: Foot Locker shares plunged after the company posted a revenue miss, slashed guidance and paused its dividend. That news coming one day after the worst session ever for shares of Dick's Sporting Goods -- and Nike extended its daily losing streak to nine. Also in focus: What to expect from Nvidia's after-the-bell earnings, Peloton shares plummet to record lows as results and guidance disappoint Wall Street, Abercrombie soars, Teamsters approve UPS contract, Toll Brothers lifts homebuilders. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
8/23/202343 minutes, 11 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Danaher 8/22/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks lay out what Club members should look for when buying stocks as the S&P Oscillator shows oversold conditions and why they are adding Danaher to the portfolio. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
8/22/20234 minutes, 16 seconds
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Retail's Wild Ride, Microsoft's New Pitch to UK on Activision Deal, Arm's IPO Filing 8/22/23

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at retail earnings. Lowe's and Macy's beat on the bottom line, but shares of Dick's Sporting Goods tumbled after the company posted a big miss on profits and slashed guidance. The anchors explored the impact of theft and inventoryissues on the retail landscape. Also in focus: Microsoft's new Activision deal proposal to UK regulators, Softbank-owned chip designer Arm files to go public with an IPO many expect to be the biggest of 2023, Nvidia's new all-time high ahead of quarterly results due out after Wednesday's close of trading. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
8/22/202343 minutes, 20 seconds
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Cramer's Morning Take: Palo Alto Networks 8/21/23

Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks discuss what stocks are in good position to be bought with the S&P Oscillator showing oversold market conditions. Plus, Jim breaks down the latest earnings report from Palo Alto Networks and what it means for the company’s near-term outlook. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake  CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer
8/21/20233 minutes, 36 seconds
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Powell and Nvidia Lead Big Market Week, China Trims Key Rate, Palo Alto Surges 8/21/23

With stocks on track for their worst month since December 2022, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber highlighted what to expect from two big events this week: Fed Chair Jerome Powell's speech at the Jackson Hole symposium on Friday, plus Nvidia's after-the-bell earnings due out Wednesday. The anchors also reacted to China's central bank cutting a key interest rate, but the move was more modest than many expected. Also in focus: Palo Alto Networks surged on its earnings report released after Friday's closeof trading. UK regulators approve the Broadcom-VMWare merger deal, Tesla looks to snap a six-session losing streak. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer