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Squawk on the Street

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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Micron CEO on the CHIPS Act and the Company's Warning. Also: "Meme Stock Madness" Returns. 8/9/22

Jim Cramer and David Faber took an in-depth look at weakness in the chip sector after a revenue warning from Micron due to slumpingdemand. Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra joined the program from the White House ahead of President Biden's signing of the CHIPSand Science Act into law. The anchors also explored the massive rebound in "meme stocks" such as AMC, GameStop and Bed Bath and Beyond -- with BBBY doubling month-to-date. Also in focus: AppLovin's unsolicited takeover bid for Unity Software, Novavax plunges after slashing its sales forecast, and more pain for gaming as Take-Two Interactive issues weaker-than-expected revenue guidance.


9 Aug 2022

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Manifest Space Episode #17: 3D Printing Rockets with Velo3D CEO Benny Buller 8/9/22

3D printing technology is gaining traction as supply chain crunches adds pressure to industrial manufacturing. Morgan discusses the advantages of additive manufacturing for the aerospace sector with founder & CEO Benny Buller.


9 Aug 2022

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"Inflation Reduction Act" Effect on Stocks, Nvidia Warns and An Exclusive With the DoorDash CEO 8/8/22

Jim Cramer and David Faber covered all of the bases surrounding Nvidia's revenue warning on gaming weakness. What's at stake for the semiconductor industry and videogame publishers? The anchors also explored market reaction to the "Inflation Reduction Act" passed by the U.S. Senate: Clean energy funding and incentives in the bill giving a boost to shares of electric vehicle makers and solar companies. DoorDash Co-Founder & CEO Tony Xu joined the program exclusively -- on the heels of the company's record food-delivery orders. Also in focus: The tech rout hits Softbank's quarterly results, Elon Musk tweets a debate challenge to Twitter's CEO, and Carlyle's CEO steps down.


8 Aug 2022

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July Jobs Surprise, Musk Takes the Stage, AMC CEO Adam Aron 8/5/22

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by breaking down the July jobs report with nonfarm payrolls rising 528,000 topping the 258,000 estimate. They then turned to another batch of earnings with names like Expedia, Warner Brothers Discovery and AMC Entertainment all reporting results. AMC CEO Adam Aron joined the show later that hour after the company announced it is planning to issue 517 million shares of preferred stock, under the ticker symbol ‘APE.’ Also in focus: Tesla held its annual shareholders meeting where Elon Musk took the stage. He predicted a mild 18-month recession and teased some possible share buybacks.


5 Aug 2022

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Walmart Cuts Jobs, Lucid Hits the Brakes, Baba Beats 8/4/22

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer started the show discussing the markets as Goldman Sachs published a new note warning investors of a potential move lower. They then shifted to the country’s largest employer, Walmart, announcing some job cuts after slashing its profit outlook just about a week ago. It was also another busy day for earnings, with names like Alibaba, Clorox and Paramount all on the move. The anchors also hit Coinbase, which announced a new partnership with Blackrock that will allow its institutional clients to buy bitcoin. Also in the mix: EV maker Lucid Motors dropped double digits at the open after cutting its production targets again amid logistic challenges.


4 Aug 2022

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AMD Chipped, Under the $HOOD, PayPal Jumps 8/3/22

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by breaking down a slew of corporate earnings, including AMD. The chip giant beat on earnings, but the stock was under pressure after it issued a weak Q3 revenue outlook. Another company they hit was Starbucks, which topped Wall Street estimates, fueled by U.S. demand for cold drinks. The anchors then shifted to PayPal for the Mad Dash segment, as Elliott Management confirmed it has a $2 billion holding in the financial services company. Also in the mix: Robinhood announced it is cutting about 23% of its workforce.


3 Aug 2022

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Caterpillar and Uber CEOs, the Pelosi-Taiwan Effect on Markets, and Pinterest Surges. 8/2/22

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed what investors should make of market jitters surrounding House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's planned visit to Taiwan and its potential impact on U.S.-China relations. The anchors spoke exclusively with Caterpillar CEO Jim Umpleby about quarterly results that weighed on the stock -- and how supply chain constraints fit into the picture. Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi also joined the program: The stock up double-digits as quarterly revenue doubled and cash flow turned positive for the first time. Also in focus: Pinterest shares surge on activist investor news and a beat on user numbers, and Twitter reportedly subpoenas Elon Musk's associates.


2 Aug 2022

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August Begins After a Bullish July, Boeing's "Dream" Come True, and Oil Prices Slump. 8/1/22

On the first trading day of August, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed the next moves for investors after July marked the best month for stocks since 2020. Boeing topped the list of Dow and S&P 500 gainers after the Federal Aviation Administration cleared the way for resumption of 787 Dreamliner deliveries. Crude oil prices dropped further on worries about weaker global demand. Hear what Jim had to say about buying oil now. Also in focus: The U.S. reportedly mulling a crackdown on memory chip makers in China, former New York Fed President Bill Dudley's op-ed on the Fed's "wishful thinking" about inflation, Google CEO Sundar Pichai's message to employees about productivity, and why Mark Zuckerberg reportedly said Meta's growth forecasts had been too rosy.


1 Aug 2022

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Tech-Tonic Shifts, Oil Stocks Surge, Roku Rocked 7/29/22

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer started the show by breaking down quarterly results from big tech stocks Apple and Amazon. Apple reported a beat on revenue and profit, and said it’s expecting growth to accelerate despite “pockets of softness.” Amazon shares jumped on its revenue beat and rosy guidance for the third quarter. Separately, the anchors also broke down tough quarters from both Roku and Intel. The chip giant Intel reported its biggest revenue miss since 1999 and Roku shares plunged more than 20% on its results. Also in the mix: energy names Exxon and Chevron both posted record quarterly profits as commodity prices boom.


29 Jul 2022

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U.S. Economy Contracts, Meta’s Big Miss, ServiceNow CEO 7/28/22

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by breaking down today’s GDP data as the U.S. economy contracted for the second straight quarter, hitting a widely accepted rule of thumb for a recession. They spoke with National Economic Council Director, Brian Deese about the numbers. The anchors then shifted to Meta’s quarterly results, after the company missed on earnings. Meta also issued a surprisingly weak forecast, pointing to a second consecutive decline in year-over-year sales. Also in focus: ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott joined the hour to discuss his company’s quarter, after beating on both the top and bottom lines.


28 Jul 2022

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