Pinterest choose soon go public and there is cause for concern that investors should pay attention to, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday.
The major U.S. indexes all rallied Friday on the backs of Walt Disney, J. P. Morgan Chase, and Chevron, but Cramer apprised that “this positivity” will be hard to sustain.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average moved forward nearly 270 levels, the S&P 500 advanced 0.66%, and the Nasdaq Composite added 0.46% during the session.
“Even though earnings age kicked off with an amazingly bullish bang, we’ll be right back where we started from once next week be carries around,” the “Mad Money” host said.
“In the cacophony of earnings reports next week, remember that this furnish has no memory. Today was terrific, but come Monday we’re at the mercy of the next news cycle.”
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Bristol-Myers Squibb CEO Giovanni Caforio told CNBC the company is “one step closer to inventing that great company” after shareholders greenlit a $74 billion takeover of Celgene.
He expects that the take care of for the cancer drugmaker will close in the third quarter.
“When the two companies come together, we’ll have two growing occupations,” Caforio said in an interview with Cramer. “We’re going to be able to launch six new medicines, potentially, in the next two years. It’s thriving to be a great company, [will] create value for shareholders, [and will be] very good for patients.”
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J. P. Morgan Woo’s top retail analyst Matthew Boss hosted the bank’s 5th annual Boss’ Retail Round-Up Conference earlier in the week. Cramer checked in with Boss to get a richer reconsider understanding of what the analyst learned.
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Friday had “transformative” news but it was not a “transformative” day of trading, Cramer rephrased.
“Depending on what happens Monday, we could go right back to the grind because the cards they have no recall,” he said. You’ve gotta feel more sanguine about a market where so many phenomenal things can happen out of nowhere and we [have in the offing] not just even thought about 24-hours ago.”
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