Jim Cramer: FedEx, Huawei, Fiat Chrysler, and The Latest on US-China Trade
As Wall Street returns from the long Memorial Day weekend trade talks are still dominating the markets.
Jim Cramer talks with ActionAlertsPLUS Research Analyst Zev Fima and breaks down what you need to know to get your week started.
Trade Talk Fatigue?
President Trump wrapped up a four-day state visit to Japan on Monday with a series of comments that suggested little progress in the U.S.-China trade dispute.
He told reporters during a press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that he's "not ready to make a deal" with Beijing.
With the trade talks still in full force, does the market still care about what Trump has to say about trade?
Jim Cramer weighs in: "I think the market cares extensively what he says on trade.
It's just that he gives you the pro and con you, he makes you feel like there'll be a deal, but it's going to be deal on our terms." FedEx's Mishandling of Huawei Packages FedEx issued an apology this morning for mishandling packages destined for Huawei Technologies amid accusations that it deliberately diverted four parcels addressed to the Chinese tech giant's offices in Asia.
As Huawei is already a sticking point in the U.S - China trade dispute, should investors expect more fireworks going forward?
Stick with Real Money all day for comprehensive Stock of the Day FedEx coverage.
Merger Mania Fiat Chrysler submitted a proposal to merge with Renault .
The joint organization would produce estimated sales of 8.7 million vehicles a year and would be considered the world's third largest car manufacturer.
What does this mean for General Motors and Ford moving forward?
Action Alerts PLUS' Research Analyst Zev Fima is filling in for Katherine Ross.
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