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#CNBCTV: Jim Cramer: The market has 'hope' that American science can beat the coronavirus

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Jim Cramer: The market has 'hope' that American science can beat the coronavirus

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2020-03-30 23:22:24 | Duration: 12:5 | Views: 84385 | Likes: 624 | Dislikes: 135

CNBC’s Jim Cramer said science is the only thing that will prevent the U.S. economy from “coronavirus-induced depression.”

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#CryptoTrader: CNBC Africa celebrates 11 years of broadcasting

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CNBC Africa celebrates 11 years of broadcasting

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2018-06-01 11:11:58 | Duration: 2:25 | Views: 279 | Likes: 2 | Dislikes: 0

CNBC Africa the continent’s first and only pan-African real-time financial and business network turns 11 years today. ABN Group’s Managing Director Roberta Naicker speaks on the journey so far.
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#CNBCTV: Jim Cramer breaks down spec stocks of Enphase, Virgin Galactic, Ballard Power and Plug Power

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Jim Cramer breaks down spec stocks of Enphase, Virgin Galactic, Ballard Power and Plug Power

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2020-02-20 00:34:46 | Duration: 12:41 | Views: 44697 | Likes: 454 | Dislikes: 78

Investors owning surging speculative stocks should take some off the table and protect profits, “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer says.

Virgin Galactic shares swung back-and-forth in heavy trading Thursday, with the stock giving dropping midday after climbing earlier.

Shares had jumped more than 13% and soared past $40 to a new high, heading for its ninth consecutive day of gains. But the stock later reversed and fell, dropping as much as 17% to about under $32.

The space tourism’s stock has climbed more than 350% in the past three months, with a large portion of the gains coming in the past two weeks. Virgin Galactic has become Wall Street’s favorite speculative play. In the first hour of trading on Thursday, more than 40 million Virgin Galactic shares traded hands, several times its daily average volume.

There was no public catalyst from the company driving the stock’s move. Virgin Galactic CEO George Whitesides spoke Thursday morning at an investor conference hosted by Barclays in Miami — but his presentation is not expected to be released, the bank told CNBC.

Virgin Galactic has little in the way of revenue thus far. When it reported third-quarter results in November, the company booked just $800,000 of revenue for the quarter and a net loss of $138.1 million for the first nine months of 2019.

Morgan Stanley’s warning

Virgin Galactic’s rally has taken even the most bullish Wall Street analysts by surprise, as Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas said the stock “deserves a bit of a breather here.” He noted that it is difficult to identify a major inflection that justifies the stock’s move to its current levels.

“A modest correction is overdue, and frankly, healthy, in our opinion,” Jonas said.

Morgan Stanley has an overweight rating and a $22 price target on the stock.

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#CryptoTrader: Efficient Group – Hot or Not

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Efficient Group – Hot or Not

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2015-02-03 16:12:40 | Duration: 2:39 | Views: 33 | Likes: 0 | Dislikes: 0

The Efficient Group was established in 1999 as primarily an asset management company with administrative supporting services and now officer’s financial services to private clients, institutional investors and financial advisers.

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#CNBCTV: NYSE president on why she's not closing the New York Stock Exchange

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NYSE president on why she's not closing the New York Stock Exchange

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2020-03-16 21:48:20 | Duration: 5:46 | Views: 30556 | Likes: 175 | Dislikes: 25

NYSE president Stacey Cunningham joins ‘CNBC’ to discuss why the New York Stock Exchange is staying open.

Stocks fell sharply Monday — with the Dow suffering its worst day since the “Black Monday” market crash in 1987 and its third-worst day ever — even after the Federal Reserve embarked on a massive monetary stimulus campaign to curb slower economic growth amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 2,997.10 points lower, or 12.9%, at 20,188.52. The 30-stock Dow was briefly down more than 3,000 points in the final minutes of trading. The S&P 500 dropped 12% to 2,386.13 — hitting its lowest level since December 2018 — while the Nasdaq Composite closed 12.3% lower at 6,904.59 in its worst day ever.

“The markets are getting no break with yesterday’s historic Fed actions and COVID-19 dominating the world’s headlines,” Frank Cappelleri, executive director at Instinet, said in a note. “While the news continues to worsen and with the price action doing things we’ve only seen a handful of other times in the last century, it’s nearly impossible to keep things in perspective.”

“We can’t argue the facts, and we’re dealing with a much bigger issue than just the economy,” Cappelleri said.

The major averages fell to their lows into the close after President Donald Trump said the worst of the outbreak could last until August. He also told reporters the U.S. “may be” heading into a recession.

“The market didn’t hear what it wanted to hear. I don’t think that it wanted to hear that this was going to last until July and August, and now the market does the math. If it lasts until July and August, that means we maybe have a contraction in the second quarter and the third quarter, and that means recession,” BNY Mellon strategist Liz Young said on CNBC’s “Closing Bell.”

Monday’s losses put the Dow down 31.7% from its all-time high and the S&P 500 and Nasdaq more than 29% below their records last month. The Dow fell to its lowest point since 2017.

The Dow’s drop was the worst decline since its “Black Monday” crash three decades ago when it fell more than 22%. The drop surpassed its 9.99% tumble last Thursday. It was also the Dow’s third-worst day ever; it dropped more than 13% in late 1929.

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#CryptoTrader: Building partnerships to boost trade in Africa

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Building partnerships to boost trade in Africa

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2017-08-17 13:45:21 | Duration: 57:19 | Views: 357 | Likes: 1 | Dislikes: 0

According to the World Bank, more than a third of world trade happens within trade blocs and regions. Joining CNBC Africa for a panel discussion on the need for African countries to build partnerships to support industrialisation and trade is Joe Femi Dagunro, former President, of the Nigerian-German Business Group; Jumoke Oduwole, Special Senior Adviser to Nigeria’s President on Trade, Industry and Investment and Vincent Nwani, Director of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

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#CNBCTV: Staten Island Amazon warehouse workers walk out over coronavirus concerns

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Staten Island Amazon warehouse workers walk out over coronavirus concerns

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2020-03-31 00:21:04 | Duration: 14:19 | Views: 39267 | Likes: 687 | Dislikes: 91

While Foods worker Chris Smalls discusses his concerns about working in a store where one of his co-workers tested positive for coronavirus. With Bill Simon, former Walmart CEO.

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#CryptoTrader: Steinhoff – Hot or Not

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Steinhoff – Hot or Not

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2017-08-31 05:22:05 | Duration: 3:45 | Views: 2204 | Likes: 9 | Dislikes: 5

Steinhoff (SNH) is an integrated retailer that manufactures sources and retails furniture and household goods in Europe, Africa and Australasia. It recently acquired Pepkor and Mattress Firm, and listed in Frankfurt. It has a market cap of R265.6 billion, a price to earnings ratio of 12.85 and a dividend yield of 3.59 per cent. Guest Chris Gilmour, Absa Investments and resident expert Paul Theron from Vestact decide whether Steinhoff hot or not.

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#CNBCTV: Jim Cramer on stock sell-off: 'I sure don't like most of the market'

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Jim Cramer on stock sell-off: 'I sure don't like most of the market'

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2020-04-01 17:36:08 | Duration: 11:14 | Views: 162698 | Likes: 817 | Dislikes: 152

CNBC’s “Halftime Report” team is joined by Jim Cramer to discuss investment strategies amid the market sell-off.

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#CryptoTrader: SA economic growth fails to meet expectations

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SA economic growth fails to meet expectations

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2018-07-02 15:04:57 | Duration: 4:59 | Views: 139 | Likes: 1 | Dislikes: 0

The South Africa PMI gauge dipped further into contractionary territory last month, falling by 1.9 index points to 47.9. Joining CNBC Africa is Annabel Bishop, Chief Economist at Investec.
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