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The difference between this comeback and the market’s last failed bear market bounce

A 17% S & P 500 surge off a new bear-market low in a market drenched in stagflation panic? Be there. Such a rally rushing up to the index’s 200-day average alongside retreating bond yields, the Volatility Index cracking below 20 and hopes the Federal Reserve would soon ease up on its tightening? Done that. …

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Big tech stocks are at historical lows. These names have potential, ‘Halftime Report’ traders say

It’s been a brutal year for tech stocks, which means there may be opportunities for investors to scoop up some names at a good price. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite is down 26% this year, compared to declines of 14% for the S&P 500 and 5% for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. While experts are looking …

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Jim Cramer says he likes these 3 restaurant stocks

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Thursday offered investors a list of his favorite stocks in the restaurant industry that he believes will do well as the economy eventually stabilizes. “Maybe the economy’s normalizing here, or at least the Fed chief thinks it could be soon to normalize. And in a normal environment, stock picking is much …

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Powell’s inflation remarks a ‘green light’ to stay in stocks

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Thursday said Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s inflation remarks the day before confirmed that inventors shouldn’t exit the market over recession fears. “Unless the super hawkish Fed heads who want to raise short rates to 5% to 7% are silenced, we must be ready with a quarter of one foot out …

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S&P 500 futures fall slightly as investors wait Friday’s US jobs data

S&P 500 futures were slightly lower Thursday night as investors looked ahead to the November jobs report. Futures tied to the benchmark stock index dipped 0.15%. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures were lower by 0.15% and the Nasdaq 100 futures fell 0.25%. Shares of tech companies were on the move in after-hours trading following quarterly …

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