Episodes
One day after shares of Robinhood soared more than 50-percent, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with new developments surrounding the stock's wild ride: Robinhood filing to sell up to nearly 98-million shares over time -- the news resulting in a double-digit percentage decline for the stock. The anchors explored what this means for Robinhood and the meme stocks -- and harkened back to what CEO Vlad Tenev said during our program last week, on the day Robinhood went...
Published 08/05/21
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at the markets and how the decline in yields is impacting big and small investors alike. Stocks that are part of the reopening trade in focus as the COVID Delta variant continues to spread and the pace of vaccinations is starting to rebound. Jim explains why he thinks "the 'I'm probably going to be okay thesis' is still playing out." Carl, Jim and David stayed on top of the moves in shares of Robinhood, extending...
Published 08/04/21
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the program by talking about David's debut as guest host of "Jeopardy!" -- the first episode aired Monday. It was a fun discussion that went into everything from the highlights of the show to how social media reacted to David's performance. As for the markets, the anchors explored developments out of China that sparked regulatory fears: Shares of Tencent fell sharply -- dragging down several video gaming stocks around the globe -- after a...
Published 08/03/21
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber highlighted the kickoff of David's week as guest host of the iconic game show "Jeopardy!" -- including a special Jeopardy!-inspired version of “The Mad Dash." The anchors took an in-depth look at what to expect from the markets in August as Wall Street enters the first trading day of the month, with the S&P 500 in the midst of a six-month win streak. The reopening trade a major part of the discussion as more companies require their employees to...
Published 08/02/21
On the final trading day of July, Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Morgan Brennan led off a busy show with a closer look at Amazon: Shares tumbling in reaction to its first revenue miss since 2018. The anchors explored what the results mean for the company and other big tech names in the "trillion-dollar club." Cowen senior internet analyst John Blackledge joined the discussion and offered his take on what he sees ahead for Amazon's stock. Carl, David and Morgan followed up on Robinhood the...
Published 07/30/21
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with an in-depth look at a much-anticipated IPO: Online trading platform Robinhood going public after pricing shares at $38 each. That's at the low end of the expected range but values the company at about $32-billion. Goldman Sachs – one of the lead investment banks on the IPO -- had not fully allocated shares of Robinhood until shortly before the opening bell. The anchors explored what investors can expect and how to evaluate...
Published 07/29/21
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber took an in-depth look at a big morning full of earnings news, leading off with the numbers out of big tech: Apple shares fall as its warning about how the global chip shortage is impacting the company overshadowed a better-than-expected quarter. Two names saw their stocks rise: Google parent Alphabet beats the street, getting a lift from a surge in online ad spending, while Microsoft's better-than expected results were driven by growth in its cloud...
Published 07/28/21
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on a busy morning full of earnings news by highlighting Tesla's better-than-expected quarterly results. They discussed Elon Musk's message on chip shortages and what Jim would have liked to hear from Musk on Tesla's earnings call. The anchors also reacted to Musk's comment on the call in which he takes aim at Apple without mentioning the company by name. Shares of General Electric jumped on upbeat results and positive free cash flow for the...
Published 07/27/21
With stocks having finished Friday's session at record closing highs, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer looked at what to expect from the markets as we enter a big week full of earnings reports, with mega-cap tech names Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook and Alphabet leading the pack. U.S.-China talks on the front burner as a Beijing official blamed the Americans for a "stalemate" in relations -- while stocks of China-based companies take another hit as Beijing ramps up its regulatory crackdown...
Published 07/26/21
With stocks aiming for a fourth straight day of gains after Monday's sell-off, Jim Cramer and Scott Wapner explored market reaction to lots of earnings news, especially in tech: Intel shares under pressure after issuing the company's forecast overshadowed better-than expected quarterly results, with the chipmaker saying the global semiconductor shortage could last well into 2023. The anchors compared the Dow component to rival chipmakers Nvidia and AMD -- and reacted to what Intel CEO Pat...
Published 07/23/21
Jim Cramer and Scott Wapner explored the recent market moves, the concept of the "three-day correction" and why in Jim's view, the S&P 500 is "done being slammed." Cramer also shared his perspective on the market coming to grips with the spread of the Delta Variant and the slowdown in COVID vaccinations, saying that unlike the herd immunity achieved following the pandemic of 1918-19, "we're going to have a brutal form of herd immunity and it's going to happen, as Dr. (Scott) Gottlieb...
Published 07/22/21
Jim Cramer and David Faber took an in-depth look at a busy day for the markets with a slew of earnings reports in the mix -- as stocks recouped all of their losses from Monday's sell-off. Dow components Coca-Cola, Johnson & Johnson and Verizon all beating analyst expectations with their quarterly results, Netflix falling amid concerns about a slowdown in subscriber growth, and Chipotle shares up sharply on earnings, revenue and sales as indoor dining continues to rebound. The anchors...
Published 07/21/21
Jim Cramer and David Faber talk about the world's richest man making history: Amazon Executive Chair and Blue Origin Founder Jeff Bezos taking flight on Blue Origin's first human space launch, riding aboard the company's "New Shepard" rocket along with three astronauts. Morgan Brennan was on the ground in Texas as part of our live coverage. The mission was successful as the capsule landed safely. After touchdown, Bezos called it his "best day ever." David, Jim and Morgan discussed what it...
Published 07/20/21
Jim Cramer and David Faber began the new trading week with an in-depth look at the market sell-off, as investors focus on the spreading of the COVID-19 Delta Variant and the rate of vaccinations falling. The reopening trade -- including cruise line and airline stocks -- taking a hit, while the 10-year note yield falls to fresh five-month lows. Cramer explains why be believes the FAANG stocks are the key to this market: "Once FAANG has rolled over, then you can buy." Jim and David reacted to...
Published 07/19/21
David Faber, Leslie Picker and Mike Santoli kicked off the show with look at the markets as the Dow aims to post a fourth straight weekly gain. They focused on what you should make of the "stealth correction", featuring some of the areas in the underlying market that have experienced "pain" this week, reflected in groups such as oil services (OIH) and biotech (XBI) as well as the Russell 2000. Banks and yields also in focus with earnings and Fed news dominating the week. The anchors reacted...
Published 07/16/21
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber took a closer look at the markets ahead of Fed Chair Jerome Powell's second day of testimony to Capitol Hill lawmakers -- this time before the Senate Banking Committee. The anchors explored the impact of the COVID-19 Delta Variant on stocks as vaccinations slow down. They also discussed better-than-expected earnings from Morgan Stanley, the last major bank to report earnings this week. ARK Invest's Cathie Wood also in the spotlight: Carl, David and...
Published 07/15/21
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber took a deep dive into the latest batch of bank earnings: Bank of America beat on the bottom line but missed on revenues, while Citigroup and Wells Fargo each posted better-than-expected quarterly results. Asset management giant BlackRock also beat the street. The anchors reacted to what BlackRock CEO Larry Fink told CNBC about his expectations for the market amid inflation fears and worries about the recent spread of COVID-19's Delta Variant. They...
Published 07/14/21
After a record-setting week for stocks, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a closer look at better-than-expected quarterly results from JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs, marking the beginning of earnings season. Highlights include comparing both companies' investment banking results, Goldman's return on equity hitting double-digits and strength in asset management, and JPM CEO Jamie Dimon’s comments on reserve releases and the strength of the American consumer....
Published 07/13/21
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began with a closer look at China’s continued crackdown, with a new Wall Street Journal article reporting that TikTok owner ByteDance shelved its IPO plans after receiving a warning from government officials. The social-media giant was last valued at $180 billion. Plus, Sir Richard Branson won the billionaire space race, following Virgin Galactic’s successful flight over the weekend. Our Morgan Brennan was live from New Mexico and caught up with...
Published 07/12/21
The opening hour of CNBC’s "Squawk on the Street" with Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber is broadcast each weekday 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 CEOs and greatest market minds.
Published 07/09/21
David Faber and Jim Cramer begin with the market sell-off, with the Nasdaq on pace for its worst week since mid-May. Cramer outlines his 7 market themes to watch for in the second half of the year. The anchors also discuss attorneys general from 36 states and the District of Columbia bringing a new antitrust suit against Google over its mobile app store. Cramer believes this could be a threat to the stock, but not the business. And, one of the nation’s largest banks, Citigroup, says it...
Published 07/08/21
The opening hour of CNBC’s "Squawk on the Street" with Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber is broadcast each weekday 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 CEOs and greatest market minds.
Published 07/07/21
David Faber & Jim Cramer breakdown China’s moves against Didi as the stock gets hammered. A new report out of the Journal saying Chinese regulators suggested Didi delay it’s U.S. IPO. Plus, inside OPEC+, David & Jim discuss the massive move in oil prices as OPEC+ cancels its meeting. Retail investors watching AMC after its CEO Adam Aron announced it will not seek approval for its proposed 25 million share increase. Plus, it’s the largest ransomware attack on record, as hackers...
Published 07/06/21
David Faber, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli led off the show with the top story of the morning: The June jobs report showing non-farm payrolls up a better-than-expected 850,000 with an unemployment rate of 5.9-percent. The news helping to lift both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq to fresh record intraday highs. The anchors explored the markets' reaction in a roundtable discussion with the Chief Global Strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management and the Chief Investment Officer at Citi Global...
Published 07/02/21
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber took an in-depth look at what to expect from the markets in the second half, with the S&P 500 hitting a new record high after jumping more than 14% in the first half. Cramer says "don't get bored with the rally" and talks about where to find opportunity. The anchors also discussed the road ahead for the chip sector after Micron shares fell despite better-than-expected quarterly results and upbeat guidance. Big tech fires back: Amazon calls on...
Published 07/01/21