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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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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
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 
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 
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
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
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.
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
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
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
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
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 
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
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
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
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
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 
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
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
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
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
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Comments (21)

Mermadone

why does Cramer keep mentioning Communism. Is a Commie?

Aug 6th
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Mermadone

more like, "2 of the most fake" people in the world (regarding Cramer's comment on Hoda and whoever)

Jan 5th
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GG

Physical Gold is a hedge against the US Dollar.... Dollar goes up, gold goes down... give it 6-8months when the US dollar falls

Sep 27th
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GG

wage inflation??? Depression, not wage inflation

Sep 20th
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Ben Dunnigan

Spoiler warning... If you DVRed the NBA finals and wanted to watch it tonight. They'll spoil it near the end.

Jun 17th
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GG

china Jim strikes again! Spotify should end rogan because of old morons that nobody listens to... right.... you don't have listen to rogan just like you don't have to listen to Neil Young. but China Jim says you have to fall in line with the main stream narrative... 🙄 🤔 😂

Feb 3rd
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GG

you're a Democrat Jim. 98% of main stream media, Hollywood, ceo of big companies are democrats. Thats the true oppressors

Jan 6th
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Zane Blue

Goodness gracious ...So much better without Jim Cramer on .. He is such a snotty host. Gives us. o real good information .. Just opinions that are ALL WRONG ...ALL the time ..Please drop him off the show.

Aug 31st
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K Shah

Agree, David did a great job on jeopardy.

Aug 4th
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GG

Biden tough on China??? Jim's drinking. again

Apr 6th
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GG

they banned the ability of buying.... that's fair?

Jan 28th
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GG

Democrats with amnesia

Jan 8th
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GG

Jim China Cramer

Nov 19th
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Emmett Sites

screw masks

Apr 30th
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Emmett Sites

screw the masks live free or die!!!!

Apr 28th
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Jacob Murphy

3

Apr 24th
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Jacob Murphy

3

Apr 24th
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Emmett Sites

This program is just fanning the fire . Just get the virus and be done with it. We are American s you all act like a bunch of frieghten childern. Tell me who among us was promised at birth a life with no misery.

Apr 10th
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Emmett Sites

Great show but too much talk about global warming bull and Trump B.S. just talk more about the markets .

Jan 18th
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C Torres

I totally agree with David. It's the S&P 500 not the Dow, Buttigieg. Best line of the day and great deadpan delivery. Hahaha!

Dec 21st
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