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J.P. Morgan Chase is scheduled to report fourth-quarter earnings before the opening bell Tuesday. Here’s what Wall Street expects: Earnings: $2.20 a share, a 25 percent increase from a year earlier, according to Refinitiv. Revenue: $26.8 billion, a 5.4 percent increase from a year earlier. Net Interest Margin: 2.54 percent, according to FactSet Trading Revenue:
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The parent company of Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger has “changed the narrative” for the retail sector, and its stock still has more upside, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Monday after the major averages fell slightly on earnings worries. “PVH had a very rough time in the second half of 2018. Even though shares have rallied
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Kevin Frayer | Getty Images The Apple logo is seen on the window at an Apple Store on January 7, 2019 in Beijing, China. Goldman Sachs is predicting that earnings growth in 2019 could be quite disappointing, advising clients to steer clear of companies leveraged to strong economic growth. In a research note to clients
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Lockheed Martin Corp.: “That’s not a growth stock. That is not a growth stock, not with Democrats taking over control of the House. I am not going to steer you toward Lockheed Martin. If you want growth, I suggest you do not look at the defense stocks.” J.M. Smucker Co.: “They keep missing the quarter,
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Investors concerned about the Federal Reserve’s interest rate policy and the U.S.-China trade dispute should take a stake in gold here, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday as stocks slid for the first time in six days. “If you’re looking for an insurance policy against volatility and economic uncertainty, gold is a great way to go,”
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Cleveland-Cliffs Inc.: “The company’s best in show, but I’ve got to tell you, the stock is not going to be a good stock if the Fed tightens again. I don’t think they’re going to in the near future, but I’ve got to tell you, it makes me nervous.” Sina Corp.: “I don’t really care about
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The Fed doesn’t except growth to turn negative this year. But statements in the minutes from the December meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee indicate that officials are growing more concerned about a slowdown, and are examining whether their own policies are exacerbating the downside risks ahead. The meeting summary noted that one of
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