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What Cramer Watches Tuesday – Oil Outlook, Pinterest and Uber Rise, Caterpillar Stumbles

What I look forward to on August 2, 2022 Is the oil gone? I thought it had staying power here, but the cartographer who called the WTI peak around $110 a barrel on “crazy money,” says Carly Garner, now says the next stop is the $85 to $80 range. West Texas Intermediate crude is below …

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5 things to know before the stock market opens on Tuesday

Here are the most important news that investors need to start their trading day: 1. Stock futures in red Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, June 30, 2022. Brendan McDermid | Reuters U.S. stock futures fell on Tuesday, as investors worried about inflamed geopolitical tensions …

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Pinterest stock jumps more than 20% despite profit loss, as Elliott confirms stake and users remain

Pinterest Inc missed forecasts on earnings and directed lower revenue than analysts had expected in the current quarter, but shares continued to rally in after-hours trading as users paused in a quarter that prompted a sudden turnaround and attracted an active investor. pinterest pins, + 2.62% On Monday, it reported a second-quarter loss of $43.1 …

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Activist Elliott is taking interest in PayPal. This is what could be next for the payments giant

The PayPal logo is displayed on the smartphone screen with a stock market graphic in the background. Omar Marquez | SOPA photos | Light Rocket | Getty Images Company: PayPal Holdings (PYPL) Business: PayPal is a leading technology platform that enables digital payments and simplifies trading experiences on behalf of merchants and consumers around the …

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