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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 O…

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    Squawk on the Street 6/28/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 44:07

    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.

    Manifest Space Episode #15: Space Junk with LeoLabs CEO Dan Ceperley 6/28/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 30:33

    As more objects make their way to orbit, thousands of pieces of debris are putting spacecraft and people at risk. Morgan speaks with Silicon Valley startup LeoLabs CEO Dan Ceperley to discuss the company's efforts to track space junk as Earth's orbit debris problem worsens.

    Squawk on the Street 6/27/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 47:04

    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 6/24/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 43:03

    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 6/23/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 43:30

    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.

    Fed Chair Powell on the Hill, Pres. Biden's Push for a Gas Tax Holiday and CNBC's Big Night: From ExxonMobil to Zuckerberg 6/22/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 51:01

    The morning after a big rally on Wall Street, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market reaction to Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's testimony on the economy before the Senate Banking Committee, with inflation and rate hikes in the spotlight. The anchors also reacted to President Biden urging Congress to suspend the federal gasoline tax. Also in focus, A big Wednesday night on CNBC: Highlights from both David's documentary "ExxonMobil at the Crossroads" – which premieres at 8pm ET -- and Jim's interview with Meta Platforms CEO Mark Zuckerberg on "Mad Money" at 6pm ET.

    DocuSign CEO Stepping Down & A Possible Big Bear-Market Bounce 06/17/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 42:53

    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.

    Bulls' Market Week to Forget, Baron Sees Buys, Adobe's Beat Not Good Enough, Musk's Twitter Meeting, and Chinese Stocks Ant-e Up 06/17/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 44:27

    With the S&P 500 at an 18-month low following Thursday's big sell-off, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed stocks trying to shrug off recession fears with the broader markets on track for their worst week since 2020. The anchors reacted to billionaire investor Ron Baron telling CNBC the June slump represents a once-in a generation buying opportunity. They also drilled down on tech's rough week, including Adobe shares falling despite better-than-expected quarterly results. Also in focus: This week's profit-taking in the energy sector, the FDA approves COVID-19 vaccines for younger children, Elon Musk's meeting with Twitter employees, Chinese stocks such as Alibaba rally on a report involving Jack Ma's Ant Group.

    From Post-Fed Rally to Rate Hike-Fueled Sell-off: Techs Tumble and the Dow Falls Below 30,000. 06/16/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 50:08

    One day after stocks rallied following the Fed's biggest interest rate increase since 1994, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the sell-off that erased Wednesday's gains and sent the Dow below 30,000. Rate hikes by central banks in England and Switzerland fueled inflation worries and recession fears. The anchors delved into why tech stocks including Apple and Microsoft have taken a hit, as well as how investors can find protection in this market. Also in focus: Comments by DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey Gundlach and MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor on the bitcoin slump, and Elon Musk prepares to meet with Twitter employees for the first time since offering to buy the company.

    Fed Decision Day, Biden vs. Big Oil, Cramer's Growth Plays, Bitcoin Blues and Bill Gates on Crypto's "Greater Fool Theory" 06/15/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 44:29

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed markets rebounding ahead of the Fed's big interest rate decision -- and Wall Streeters debating whether the expected rate increase should be more than 50 basis points. Jim outlines his list of ten cheap, high growth stocks worth buying that have dividend protection. Bitcoin slumps to a fresh 18-month low and the anchors react to Bill Gates' comments on crypto being based on a "greater fool theory." Also in focus: President Biden's letter to oil companies urging a production boost and slamming industry profits amid higher gasoline prices, plus highlights from David's CNBC documentary "ExxonMobil At the Crossroads."

    The Sell-off: Oracle and FedEx Aid Market Rebound, Bitcoin Extends Slump and Coinbase to Cut Jobs 06/14/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 44:17

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets looking to rebound after another day of massive selling: How investors should navigate the volatility amid inflation and recession fears, as Fed policymakers kick off their key two-day meeting. On the crypto front: Bitcoin slides to a fresh 18-month low and Coinbase announces plans to cut 18% of its workforce. The anchors also highlighted bright spots: Oracle shares surge after quarterly results beat the street -- and FedEx up sharply after hiking its quarterly dividend by 53% and adding new directors to its board. Also in focus: General Motors shares rebound back above their 2010 IPO price, Morgan Stanley's EV take on automakers and Continental Resources founder Harold Hamm offers to take the company private in a buyout.

    Stocks Slide Into Bear Market Territory, Crypto Gets Crushed, and a CNBC Exclusive with Coca-Cola's CEO. 06/13/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 49:13

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber stayed on top of the extended market sell-off which sent the S&P 500 into bear market territory -- down more than 20% from its record close in January. What should investors do now? The anchors also discussed what's driving cryptocurrency to double-digit losses and Bitcoin below 24,000 to a fresh 18-month low. In a CNBC Exclusive, Jim interviewed Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey about price increases amid inflation, supply chain issues and the company's new Jack Daniel's and Coke cocktail. Also in focus: Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley's calls on S&P 500 targets, plus Coinbase and MicroStrategy caught in the crypto downdraft.

    The Inflation Data Sell-off, White House Reaction from NEC Director Brian Deese, and Goldman Says "Sell" Netflix. 6/10/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 46:24

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber covered all of the bases regarding the market sell-off, sparked by a hotter-than-expected Consumer Price Index for May, including the highest year-over-year increase in four decades. The anchors explored the inflation factor for investors, with Cramer calling for more outreach from President Biden to energy giants in wake of surging oil and gasoline prices. National Economic Council Director Brian Deese joined the program with reaction to the inflation data. Also in focus: Goldman Sachs downgrades Netflix to "Sell," bright spots in the market, the U.S. to end COVID-19 testing for air travelers entering the country, and Starbucks interim CEO Howard Schultz's take on "work from home."

    Market Volatility and Inflation Worries, China Stocks' Wild Ride, Tesla's Spark, Target's Dividend Boost and Zendesk Shares Get Zapped 6/9/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 43:17

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets trying to avoid another daily decline in the face of inflation and recession fears. The anchors explored how high oil and gasoline prices might rise as well as playing the energy sector. Also the spotlight: Volatile moves in Chinese stocks including Alibaba -- initially rising on a report that China considered reviving the IPO of Jack Ma's Ant group -- but erasing those gains after Ant reportedly denied plans for an IPO. The anchors reacted to Tesla being upgraded to "Buy" by UBS and the automaker's surge in China auto sales and vehicle production. Also in focus: Target boosts its quarterly dividend by 20%, Meta's new ticker symbol is “META” and shares of software firm Zendesk tumble after it decided to remain an independent public company.

    Recession Fears and the Markets, Ukraine's Zelenskyy Addresses CEO Summit, Vaccine Makers Get a Boost, and M&A in the NFL 6/8/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 43:20

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the markets trying to shrug off signs of a potential recession, including mortgage demand hitting a 22-year low. What should investors do now? The anchors also discussed Ukrainian President Zelenskyy addressing the Yale CEO Summit in New York City with his message to business leaders. Also in focus: Novavax and Moderna rise on COVID-19 vaccine news, Target receives a slew of Wall Street price target cuts after Tuesday's profit warning, stocks Cramer calls buying opportunities, and the NFL's Denver Broncos agree to be sold to a group led by Walmart heir Rob Walton for $4.65 billion.

    Target Slumps on Warning, Kohl's Surges on Takeover Talks, Apple WWDC Takeaways, Plus Big Oil: Is Exxon Cheap? 6/7/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 42:31

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with shares of Target down sharply on a margin warning, as the company plans to reduce excess inventory. The stock dragged both the retail sector and broader markets lower. Cramer weighed in on Target CEO Brian Cornell's leadership and delivered a message for analysts who cover the stock. Shares of Kohl's up double-digits after confirming it is in talks to be acquired by The Vitamin Shoppe parent Franchise Group. Also in focus: The gasoline price surge, why one firm says ExxonMobil shares are cheap, assessing Apple's developers conference unveils, Netflix losing two-thirds of its value this year, and Texas vs. Twitter.

    Manifest Space Episode #14: Spectrum-Based Space Images with Hawkeye 360 CEO John Serafini 6/7/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 24:51

    With the war in Ukraine crossing one-hundred days, commercial satellite imagery is getting an increasing amount of attention as companies like Maxar and Planet Labs capture and release pictures of Russia's invasion in near-real time. Morgan and Hawkeye 360 CEO John Serafini discuss the innovations being made in the satellite sector, the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war and more.

    Musk Threatens to Abandon Twitter Deal, Here Comes Apple's WWDC, More M&A and An "Outcry" in Chicago. 6/6/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 43:07

    Jim Cramer and David Faber engaged in a wide-ranging discussion about the story of the morning: Elon Musk has threatened to walk away from his $44 billion deal to buy Twitter, citing the company's failure to provide spam/fake account information. What's at stake for both Twitter and Tesla? Also in focus: Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, Chinese stocks rally, Lilly's diabetes drug and obesity, JetBlue sweetens its takeover bid for Spirit Airlines, Thoma Bravo lowers Anaplan deal price, Amazon's 20-for-1 stock split takes effect, CBOE opens its new outcry trading floor, and Jim's week in San Francisco featuring a big lineup of CEO interviews on CNBC.

    Jobs Jump in May, Musk's "Super Bad Feeling," the Stock That Doubled on the Bristol Myers Deal and Apple as FAANG's "Weak Link." 6/3/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 43:11

    Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market reaction to the better-than-expected May Jobs Report, which showed non-farm payrolls up 390,000. Cramer explained why he thinks people are more worried than they should be and are underestimating Fed Chair Jerome Powell. The anchors also reacted to a report which says Elon Musk wants to cut 10% of jobs at Tesla and that he has a "super bad feeling" about the economy. Also in focus: Bristol Myers Squibb strikes a $4.1 billion deal to acquire a biotech firm whose shares more than doubled on news of the transaction, why Jim says Apple is the "weak link" in FAANG, and Twitter says the antitrust waiting period for Musk's takeover bid has expired.

    Microsoft Warns, Sandberg to Step Down As Meta COO, Debating Dimon's "Hurricane" and Big Losses For Tiger 6/2/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 43:55

    Jim Cramer and David Faber delved into the big story of the morning: Microsoft cuts Q4 guidance, citing "unfavorable foreign exchange rate movement." They also discussed Sheryl Sandberg's decision to step down as COO of Facebook parent Meta -- and why Jim thinks a drop in the stock on that news represents a buying opportunity. Also in focus: JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon warns an economic "hurricane" is coming -- but Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan dismisses Dimon's pessimism, David reports Tiger Global's fund declined more than 14% in May, Ford's $3.7 billion expansion plans, and market reaction to GameStop's quarterly results.

    Making Money in June, Salesforce Surges, and Musk's WFH Message: Return to the Office Or Get Out 6/1/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 43:07

    On the first trading day of June, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what's next for the markets after both the Dow and the S&P 500 eked out fractional gains for May despite volatility. The anchors also reacted to what Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told CNBC about inflation and the surge in oil prices. Shares of Salesforce surged on better-than-expected quarterly results and raised profit guidance. Elon Musk's take on "work from home" also a big topic of discussion: He is said to have told Tesla staff in a leaked memo that they must be in the office for a minimum of 40 hours per week "or depart Tesla." Also in focus: SPAC terminations, plus Apple reportedly moving some of its iPad production to Vietnam from China.

    Inflation Watch, Oil Prices Pressure Stocks, Chinese Stocks Rally on Lockdown Developments, and Peltz Named to Unilever's Board 05/31/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 43:39

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what's ahead for markets as the Dow and S&P 500 enter the last trading day of May in positive territory for the month. The anchors reacted to President Biden's op-ed in The Wall Street Journal outlining his plan to battle inflation. Cramer says Biden is "still attacking our oil companies." The price of crude surges after the EU agrees to ban most Russian oil imports. Chinese stocks such as Alibaba rally as Shanghai prepares to lift its two-month COVID lockdown. Shares of Unilever jump after the company named activist investor Nelson Peltz to its board. Also in focus: Sen. Elizabeth Warren vs. SPACs, plus a box office bonanza for “Top Gun: Maverick.”

    A Week for the Bulls to Cheer About, Big Moves in Retail, SPACs Slump and the SEC's Eyes on Elon Musk 5/27/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 43:02

    Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Leslie Picker explored this week's market gains: The Dow on track to end an eight-week losing streak, with the S&P and Nasdaq each poised to end seven straight weeks of losses. Sentiment on Friday helped by stronger-than-expected consumer spending data and a key indicator which shows inflation might have peaked. The anchors reacted to a new batch of retail earnings: Shares of Gap and Big Lots tumbled, while Costco and Ulta Beauty moved higher. Citi U.S. Equity Strategist Scott Chronert joined the program to discuss market volatility and his views about a potential recession. Also in focus: The SEC's letter to Elon Musk about his early Twitter stake, Dell among the tech winners, and the blank-check bubble bursts for SPACs

    Markets and Retail Stocks Rally, Broadcom Buys VMWare in $61B Deal, and Musk Commitment Boosts Twitter 5/26/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 43:11

    Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Leslie Picker discussed the markets extending Wednesday's gains. Retail among the bright spots toward the end for what has been a rough month for the sector: Shares of Dollar Tree, Dollar General and Macy's each up double-digits in reaction to quarterly results. In M&A news, Broadcom has agreed to acquire VMWare for $61 billion in cash and stock. Also on the tech front, Nvidia and Snowflake slide, Elon Musk says he will commit more of his wealth to finance his $44 billion Twitter takeover deal, and Apple reportedly plans to keep 2022 iPhone production levels below analyst forecasts in wake of China COVID lockdowns and supply chain issues.

    The Dow's Win Streak vs. Historic Weakness, Playing Beaten-Down Tech, and the Ackman Rate Debate 5/25/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 41:14

    Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli discussed how investors should view market volatility with the Dow in the midst of a three-day winning streak and mega-cap tech seeing valuations slashed. They also explored growth worries versus inflation fears, as well as Wall Street's recession debate. Jefferies analyst Brent Thill joined the discussion about how investors should play the beaten-down tech sector. Also in focus: Billionaire investor Bill Ackman's tweet storm about short-term interest rates and stocks, Apple and China COVID lockdowns, retail earnings winners and losers, Nelson Peltz's Trian explores taking over Wendy's, and the battle for ExxonMobil one year later -- as the company kicks off its annual shareholder meeting.

    Snap Plunges and Drags Down Tech, Markets Fall After Monday Rally, and Retail Earnings Parade Pains and Gains 5/24/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 43:20

    Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli led off the show with a look at shares of Snap tumbling and falling below its 2017 IPO price on the company's profit warning. The anchors reacted to Snap's news dragging down social media stocks including Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook parent Meta Platforms. How might Twitter's decline impact Elon Musk's takeover bid for the company? Also in focus: Markets pulling back after Monday's rally, Best Buy rises and Abercrombie & Fitch plummets on earnings news, sources tell David that Broadcom is in talks to pay in the $140/share range for VMWare, plus a look at Jim Cramer's "green thumb."

    Markets Seek a "Green Week," Broadcom-VMWare Talks, Starbucks to Exit Russia, and How Low Can Tesla Shares Go? 5/23/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 45:24

    Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli discussed the markets looking to start the week on a positive note after the S&P 500 extended its weekly losing streak to seven on Friday. The anchors explored which sectors could help turn the tide. They also reacted to President Biden's comments on the economy: He said a recession in the U.S. is not inevitable. On the M&A front: sources say chipmaker Broadcom is in advanced talks to acquire VMWare, whose shares surged on that news. Also in focus: Starbucks decides to exit its Russia business, What Jamie Dimon said at JPMorgan Chase's "Investor Day", and Tesla shares down 40% since Elon Musk disclosed his stake in Twitter last month. Is Tesla a buying opportunity?

    Friday Markets: Have We Found the Bottom? ... And Cramer Says Buy Amazon and Defense Stocks 05/20/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 43:55

    With the markets on track for another weekly decline, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed stocks looking to rebound and whether this might indicate a bottom. The anchors also reacted to Amazon's nearly 30% decline from a month ago and Citi taking the stock off of its "Focus List." Jim explains why he believes Amazon is a buy at current levels -- and feels the same way about the defense sector. Also in focus: China cuts a key interest rate, Deere tumbles despite an earnings beat, Ross Stores joins the list of retailers getting crushed, Palo Alto leads a security stocks rally and Elon Musk strikes back against sexual harassment allegations.

    Extending the Market Sell-off, Cisco CEO On the Company's Weak Outlook, and Elon Musk Calls ESG a "Scam." 5/19/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 47:31

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what to make of the markets extending losses after Wednesday's massive sell-off: The worst for the Dow and S&P 500 since 2020. Jim offers his takeaway for investors. Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins joined the anchors on set for an exclusive interview: They discussed his company's guidance that slammed the stock -- and where the COVID lockdown in China and the war in Ukraine fit into the picture. Also in focus: Navigating inflation and exposure to China, Elon Musk's Twitter rant about Tesla being removed from an S&P ESG index, and Melvin Capital to unwind funds after suffering major losses from meme stocks.

    Markets Slump As Target Shares Get Crushed On An Earnings Miss: The Inflation Factor and Beyond 05/18/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 44:44

    Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer took an in-depth look at the big story of the morning which helped to spark a market sell-off: Target shares plunged on a quarterly earnings miss, hurt by inflation and supply chain issues. The anchors reacted to what Target CEO Brian Cornell told CNBC -- that he should be held accountable for not properly forecasting rising transportation and freight costs. Jim compared Target's results to those of Walmart, Home Depot, Lowe's and TJX. Also in focus: Why Target's results are weighing on markets one day after stocks rallied despite Walmart's miss, earnings bright spots, Fed Chair Powell not ruling out more aggressive moves to combat inflation, JPMorgan Chase shareholders reject CEO Jamie Dimon's massive retention bonus, plus Cramer on the Elon Musk-Twitter saga.

    Manifest Space Episode #13: Bipartisan Space with former NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine 5/17/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 35:52

    Ahead of Boeing launching its highly-anticipated Starliner flight, Morgan discusses bipartisan space policy, the rise of public-private partnerships and innovations in commercial space with former NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine.

    Markets Rally, Home Depot Jumps, Walmart Slumps, Musk's Bot Message to Twitter, and Citigroup Gets a "Buffett Bounce" 05/17/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 44:00

    Jim Cramer and Scott Wapner delved into what's driving stocks sharply higher after Monday's choppy session. Shares of Home Depot jumped and Walmart shares tumbled in reaction to the retailers' respective quarterly results and guidance. The anchors discussed how certain stocks are indications of which CEOs are successfully executing their strategies versus those who are not. Also in focus: Elon Musk says his deal to acquire Twitter "cannot go forward" until he receives clarity about the number of fake accounts, Warren Buffett's big bet on Citigroup and what other billionaire investors are buying and selling, plus more earnings winners and losers as United leads the airline stock rally.

    A "Pivotal Week" for Markets, Bernanke on Fed's "Mistake," JetBlue Goes Hostile, Buffett's Big Energy Bet, and McDonald's to Exit Russia. 05/16/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 44:17

    With the S&P 500 and Nasdaq each in the midst of a six-week losing streak, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed why this is a "pivotal week" for the markets. The anchors also reacted to comments from Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke -- who told CNBC the Fed's slow response to inflation was a mistake -- and former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein on recession worries. Also in focus: Goldman lowers its S&P 500 price target for 2022, Warren Buffett ramps up his energy portfolio, JetBlue launches a hostile tender takeover bid for Spirit Airlines, Jeff Bezos tweets about inflation, McDonald's decision to sell its Russia business, Elon Musk and the Twitter "bot check," plus what to make of an upgrade for Netflix.

    Twitter Slumps on Musk Tweet Drama, Markets Rally, Biting Into the Apple Slump, and Bitcoin Bounces Back 5/13/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 42:11

    Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer wrapped up a volatile market week as the S&P 500 looks to avoid bear market territory. Cramer outlines whether you should buy into Apple, Nvidia and other beaten-down tech names. Twitter shares tumble after Elon Musk tweeted that his takeover deal for the company is "temporarily on hold" -- following that with a tweet stating he is still committed to the acquisition. Carl, Jim and David Faber discussed what's at stake for Musk, Twitter and the $44 billion deal. Also in focus: Bitcoin rebounds back above $30,000 after this week's major crypto sell-off, plus where Coinbase and Robinhood fit into the picture.

    Apple Loses Its Crown, Disney "Minus", Beyond Meat Beatdown, The Coinbase-Bitcoin Blues, and Market Bright Spots 5/12/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 42:57

    With the Dow in the midst of a five-day losing streak, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer focused on market volatility and pressure, especially on the tech sector as Apple loses the title of "world's most valuable company" to Saudi Aramco. Where can you find value in this market? Also, Disney shares fall after the company posts an earnings miss despite bigger-than-expected streaming subscriber growth for Disney+. Cramer sounds off about Wall Street's reaction to Disney's earnings call. The anchors also weighed in on Beyond Meat's weaker-than-expected quarterly results, sending the stock below its 2019 IPO price. Also in focus: Producer price inflation at 11%, Coinbase and bitcoin extend losses, double downgrades for Ford and GM, plus what's driving gains among names in the retail sector.

    Inflation Data Effect on Markets, Coinbase Is Crypto Crushed, From Darlings to Dogs of 2022 (So Far), and Bracing for Disney Earnings 5/11/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 46:25

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with market reaction to consumer inflation data: April CPI rose more than expected on a monthly basis but edged lower to a 8.3% annual rate, slightly below a 40-year high. Coinbase shares tumbled on a surprise quarterly loss in wake of the crypto slump. The anchors explored what to make of stocks many had viewed as Wall Street darlings: Roblox and Carvana among the names down more than 75% year-to-date heading into the trading session. Also in focus: Kohl's shareholders re-elect directors despite activist investor pressure, what to expect from Disney's after-the-bell earnings, plus the best buying opportunities in this volatile market.

    Markets Aim for a Rebound, Big Tech's $1T Value Drop, Peloton Plummets and Pfizer Strikes a $11.6B Deal. 5/10/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 48:44

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the continuing market volatility: Stocks look to rebound one day after a sell-off which saw the S&P 500 close below 4,000 for the first time in more than a year. The anchors discussed the tech giants losing more than $1 trillion in value over the last three trading days, and whether now's the time to go bargain hunting for those names and high-flying growth stocks that have taken a hit this year. Also in focus: The "WFH stock blues" continue as Peloton shares fall to record lows on wider-than-expected losses, Biohaven soars more than 70% after agreeing to be acquired by Pfizer in an $11.6 billion deal, AMC CEO Adam Aron's eye-opening comments from the company's earnings call, and what billionaire investor David Tepper told CNBC about the Nasdaq.

    Market Selloff Accelerates to Start the Week, Rivian Plunges as Lockup Expires, Uber CEO Memo on Company Plans 5/9/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 43:24

    Carl Quintanilla & Jim Cramer discuss the market selloff intensifying to start the week. The S&P 500 tumbling to a new low for the year. Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari's commenting on inflation, saying he's confident it will come back to the central bank's 2% target, but not without some pain. David Faber breaking news that Ford is selling 8 million of its 102 million share stake in Rivian, according to his sources. Shares of the EV maker getting hammered on the news. The moves comes as the insider lockup period for selling the stock expires. Uber moving lower after CNBC obtained a staff email saying the company plans to slash spending on marketing, incentives and will be deliberate when adding workers. Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi saying, “After earnings, I spent several days meeting investors in New York and Boston… It's clear that the market is experiencing a seismic shift and we need to react accordingly.” Plus, Carl and Jim breakdown the other big movers of the morning including Coty, Palantir and Tyson Foods.

    The Markets' Wild Ride, What to Buy and What to Avoid, and Labor Secretary Walsh on the April Jobs Report and Economy 5/6/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 46:19

    Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer kicked off a busy show with a look at the extension of Thursday's market sell-off, which saw the Dow fall more than 1,000 points and the Nasdaq decline five percent -- wiping out Wednesday's big relief rally. Cramer offered advice on buying opportunities in this market, what to avoid and where inflation and the Fed fit into the picture. The key April jobs report showed non-farm payrolls up a better-than-expected 428,000, while the unemployment rate remained at 3.6%. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh joined the program with White House reaction to the report, as well as his perspective on the economy, inflation and the housing market.

    Manifest Space Episode #12: Space Oddities with Astronaut Chris Hadfield 5/5/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 26:01

    In recognition of National Astronaut Day, Morgan speaks with Colonel Chris Hadfield about the New Space Age. They discuss the astronaut's time as commander of the International Space Station, his work across the commercial sector and how exactly one recovers from space blindness.

    From Fed-Fueled Rally to Sell-off, Musk Secures $7.2B In Fresh Funding for Twitter Bid, and E-Commerce Stocks' Marketplace Meltdown 5/5/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 45:59

    The morning after the Fed's biggest interest rate increase since 2000 and Chair Jerome Powell saying a 75 basis point hike is off the table, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on a big pullback for stocks following the best day for the broader markets since 2020. How should investors navigate the volatility? Elon Musk disclosed that he has secured $7.2 billion in fresh financing for his Twitter takeover bid, with commitments from the likes of Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison, Sequoia Capital and Ron Baron. Sources told David that Musk is expected to serve as temporary CEO of Twitter for a few months once the deal is closed. Also in focus: Shares of eBay, Etsy, Wayfair and Shopify tumble on weaker-than-expected guidance, while Priceline parent Booking Holdings joins the list of market bright spots.

    Fed Decision Day, Starbucks and Airbnb Jump on Earnings, Lyft and Uber Sink, and An Exclusive With AMD's CEO 5/4/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 46:08

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with what to expect from the most-anticipated Fed meeting in many years: Chair Jerome Powell and policymakers expected to announce a 50-basis point interest rate hike. How many more hikes can investors expect? Earnings also in the spotlight: Starbucks and Airbnb rise after beating the street. Lyft shares plummeted on results and guidance, prompting Uber to move up the timing of its own its earnings announcement. In an exclusive, AMD CEO Lisa Su joined the program to discuss what drove the chipmaker's better-than-expected quarterly results and guidance.

    Fed Meeting Day One, Cramer Sounds Off About Paul Tudor Jones' Take On Powell, Musk's Twitter Financing, and CEOs Answer the Recession Question. 5/3/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 42:56

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what's ahead for the markets as the Fed kicks off a two-day policy meeting. Jim spoke out forcefully in reaction to comments Paul Tudor Jones made on CNBC: The legendary investor said he would advise Fed Chair Jerome Powell to "look for another job." The anchors also discussed where to find pockets of strength in this market. Also in focus: Elon Musk reportedly in talks to revise financing for his Twitter deal, Earnings movers from Expedia to Paramount Global, plus highlights from the Milken Institute Global Conference -- including what the CEOs of Goldman Sachs, Carlyle and Apollo Global Management told David about the Fed and the possibility of a recession.

    Bulls Say "Good Riddance" to April and Hello to May, Buffett's Market Message, Munger Slams Robinhood, plus the CEO of Apollo Global Management on Volatility 5/2/22

    Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 45:25

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at how investors should navigate the market in May, after the S&P 500's worst month since the beginning of the pandemic and the Nasdaq's poorest monthly performance since 2008. The anchors also reacted to news out of the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholder Meeting over the weekend, including Warren Buffett's take on markets and inflation, Charlie Munger's harsh comments about Robinhood – and both men blasting crypto. At the Milken Institute Global Conference in Los Angeles, David interviewed Apollo Global Management CEO Marc Rowan about how the alternative asset manager is investing in a volatile market environment. Also in focus: Former Fed Vice Chairman Roger Ferguson tells CNBC he believes a recession is inevitable.

    Apple and Amazon's Big Tech Earnings Impact, Big Oil's Results and the Russia Effect, and Robinhood Takes a Hit. 4/29/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 43:32

    On the final trading day of April, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored market reaction to big tech results: Apple's view on supply constraints overshadow the company's quarterly beat, while Amazon tumbles on a quarterly loss and its slowest growth in two decades. Exxon Mobil and Chevron shares also down despite a surge in profits -- Exxon announced a $3.4 billion charge related to its planned exit from Russia. Also in focus: Intel down sharply on earnings, Robinhood shares slump on declines in revenue and monthly active users, why Chinese stocks are rallying, and Tesla jumps after Elon Musk said he plans no further sales of the stock in wake of his deal to buy Twitter.

    Meta Surges On Earnings, Q1 GDP Shrinks, An Exclusive With Southwest's New CEO, and "Sickness" for a Stay-At-Home Stock 4/28/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 43:48

    Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer led off the show with a look at Meta shares surging on the Facebook parent's better-than-expected quarterly earnings and user growth. Is the worst over for the stock?. The anchors also reacted to GDP data showing the economy shrank at a 1.4% annual rate in the first quarter, marking contraction for the first time since early in the pandemic. What do Caterpillar and McDonald's earnings tell us about the economy? Southwest's new CEO Bob Jordan joined the program. Phil LeBeau and Jim interviewed him about the company's quarterly results, rising airfares and the airline's growth plan challenges. Also in focus: Teladoc shares plummet more than 40% on wider losses and weaker guidance -- a setback for investor and ARK Invest CEO Cathie Wood.

    Morning After the Tech Sell-off, Reaction to Microsoft and Alphabet's Earnings, and Exclusives With the CEOs of Boeing and T-Mobile. 4/27/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 46:07

    One day after a more than 800-point drop in the Dow and the worst day for the Nasdaq since September 2020, Jim Cramer and Sara Eisen explored what to make of the markets following the tech sell-off, as well as “big tech” earnings from Microsoft and Alphabet. Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun joined the program. Phil LeBeau, Jim and Sara interviewed him about the jet maker's first quarter results that missed analyst estimates. T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert appeared on the show to discuss what's driving profits, sales and the company's raised guidance. Also in focus: Market reaction to earnings from the likes of General Motors, Visa and Chipotle.

    Manifest Space Episode #11: Public-Private Space with Former NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 33:27

    As SpaceX launches professional government astronauts and private citizens alike to-and-from space this week, Morgan speaks with Lori Garver, CEO of the Earthrise Alliance and former NASA Deputy Administrator about the rise of the public-private partnership in the sector and the future of the agency.

    Markets Digest the Earnings Parade, An Exclusive With GE CEO Larry Culp, and Twitter Accepts Musk's $44B Takeover Offer. 4/26/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 46:14

    Jim Cramer and Sara Eisen explored market reaction to earnings from the likes of General Electric, 3M, UPS and Raytheon. Jim interviewed GE CEO Larry Culp about the company's quarterly results -- the stock taking a hit on cautious guidance in wake of “inflation and other evolving pressures.” The future for Twitter also in the spotlight after the company accepted Elon Musk's $44 billion buyout offer to take the social media firm private. David Faber joined the Twitter discussion. Also in focus: Warner Brothers Discovery with eye-opening comments on its earnings call about the demise of CNN+, Oil prices rebound, what to expect from Alphabet, Microsoft and General Motors earnings, and Carnival's Arnold Donald to step down as CEO.

    Extending the Market Sell-off, Twitter Jumps on Musk Deal Reports and Coca-Cola Gets a Pop on Earnings 4/25/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 43:48

    Jim Cramer and Sara Eisen kicked off a new week with a look at the markets extending losses from Friday's big sell-off, which saw the Dow fall almost 1,000 points on Fed rate hike fears. Where should investors go bargain hunting? The anchors also reacted to reports that Twitter is nearing a deal to sell itself to Elon Musk for $43 billion. Coca-Cola leading off a busy earnings calendar with better-than-expected first quarter results. Also in focus: "Big Oil" stocks take a hit along with crude oil prices -- the China COVID outbreak and lockdowns playing a role in the declines.

    "Powell Effect" Extends Market Sell-off, Blue Chip Earnings Reaction, Snap's "Challenging" Quarter and a New Chapter in Musk's Battle to Buy Twitter. 04/22/22

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 43:35

    Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what to make of stocks extending Thursday's sell-off, which was sparked by Fed Chair Jerome Powell saying that a 50 basis point hike will be on the table when he and his fellow policymakers meet in May. The anchors also reacted to numbers from the likes of American Express, Verizon and Snap -- whose results reflected a "challenging" quarter according to Snap CEO Evan Spiegel. Also in focus: The Twitter board's next move after Elon Musk reveals financing aimed at buying the company, Gap tumbles on sales guidance and news that Old Navy's CEO is departing, Kohl's proxy battle, the end of the road for CNN+, and Disney's lobbying machine hits a GOP roadblock.

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