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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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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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Morning After the Sell-off, Nvidia Rally Rolls On, Musk's EV Tariffs Switch 5/24/24

5/24/2024
Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored what's next for the markets and investors after Thursday's sell-off and the Dow’s worst session since March 2023. The anchors also discussed Nvidia extending its post-earnings rally and adding more than $200 billion in market cap after posting its blowout quarter. Also in focus: Elon Musk's about-face regarding U.S. tariffs on Chinese EVs, Tesla reportedly cutting Model Y production in China, earnings bright spots, Burger King joins the value meal price wars, Novo Nordisk's latest Ozempic study, time to consider Eli Lilly for the "Magnificent 7"? Carl and Jim remember long-time CNBC anchor Mark Haines on the 13th anniversary of his death. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer

Duration:00:41:13

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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia 5/23/24

5/23/2024
Jim Cramer breaks down this AI powerhouse’s blockbuster earnings beat. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer

Duration:00:03:51

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AI Boom: Nvidia's Blowout Quarter and 10-for-1 Stock Split Fuel New Record Highs 5/23/24

5/23/2024
Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer covered all of the bases on Nvidia's record quarter and 10-for-1 stock split announcement.The chipmaker's shares jumped above $1,000 for the first time and sparked a tech sector rally, resulting in new all-time highs for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq. Cramer explained what it all means for the AI trade, along with how Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg fit into the Nvidia picture. Also in focus: Jamie Dimon's stagflation message, DOJ vs. Ticketmaster parent Live Nation, DuPont to split into three publicly traded companies. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer

Duration:00:44:14

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Cramer's Morning Take: TJX 5/22/24

5/22/2024
Cramer praises this ‘bargain’ retailer after earnings beat. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer

Duration:00:03:26

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Target Misses, Market Records, Nvidia Earnings Countdown 05/22/24

5/22/2024
Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer led off the show with Target shares taking a hit on a quarterlyearnings miss and sales decline. Cramer explains how "Food's Big 3" fit into the picture. The anchors discussed the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hitting record closing highs ahead of Nvidia'smuch-anticipated earnings due out after Wednesday's quarterly results. Can the chip giant live up to Wall Street’s lofty expectations? Also in focus: Apple aims for an 8-day win streak, Williams-Sonoma and TJX among retail's earnings winners, Lululemon restructuring, Tesla's European sales, Toll Brotherstumbles despite upbeat earnings and guidance. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer

Duration:00:42:50

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Cramer's Morning Take: Palo Alto 5/21/24

5/21/2024
Jim Cramer breaks down earnings from this cybersecurity stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer

Duration:00:03:25

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Nasdaq's Record Run, Fed's Waller on Rates, Dimon on Succession 05/21/24

5/21/2024
Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed tech sector momentum one day after a record closing high for the Nasdaq -- and ahead of Nvidia's earnings report due out after the bellWednesday. The anchors also stayed on top of market reaction to comments from Fed GovernorChristopher Waller on rates and inflation. Also in focus: Jamie Dimon on retirement and JPMorgan Chase's succession plans, Lowe's and Macy's earnings, Michael Dell's take on AI PCs, Palo Alto slides, Morgan Stanley analyst AdamJonas' note on Tesla, AI and "Muskonomics." Squawk on the Street Disclaimer

Duration:00:42:46

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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia 5/20/24

5/20/2024
Cramer urges investors to stop thinking Nvidia can ‘make or break’ the stock market. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer

Duration:00:03:34

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Dow 40,000 and Beyond, Nvidia's Big Week, Apple-China Saga 05/20/24

5/20/2024
Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored what's ahead for the markets after a week which saw theDow close above 40,000 for the first time ever. Jim spoke about what a "virtuous cycle" means for investors. The anchors also discussed Nvidia ahead of its much-anticipated earnings report due out this week, as well as the firms raising their price targets on the stock. Also in focus: Apple reportedly slashing iPhone prices in China, Tesla's video message to investors urging them to support Elon Musk's pay package, another big week of retail earnings, JPMorgan Chase's investor day, record run for gold and copper, oil prices and the death of Iran's president. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer

Duration:00:43:13

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Cramer's Morning Take: DuPont 5/17/24

5/17/2024
Jim Cramer explains why he wants this chemical stock holding to come down more. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer

Duration:00:02:58

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China’s Housing Hail Mary, Reddit/OpenAI Deal, Gaming Woes 5/17/24

5/17/2024
Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer started the show by breaking down another positive week for stocks. The Dow was on pace for its 5th straight week of gains, a day after it hit that 40k milestone for the first time ever. CNBC’s Beijing Bureau Chief, Eunice Yoon also joined the program, to discuss China pledging $42 billion in a slew of measures to support the country’s struggling property sector. After the opening bells, the desk hit Reddit shares rallying, after striking a deal with OpenAI allowing the use of its data for training AI models. Also in the mix: Take-Two slashed its bookings forecast, and announced that its new Grand Theft auto game would be released in Fall 2025. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer

Duration:00:41:48

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Squawk on the Street 05/16/24

5/16/2024
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. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer

Duration:00:42:22

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Cramer's Morning Take: Alphabet 5/15/24

5/15/2024
Cramer says this mega-cap stock still faces ‘existential’ threat from AI. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer

Duration:00:03:24

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S&P Record High, Easing Inflation, Meme Stocks Cool Off 5/15/24

5/15/2024
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the hour by dissecting this morning's CPI print. which increased 0.3% from March. That was slightly below the Dow Jones estimate for 0.4%. The easing inflation data gave stocks a boost, with both the S&P and Nasdaq both touching record highs. On the other hand, the meme stocks moved lower in today's session, cooling off from their red hot starts to the week. Also in the mix: In an interview with Sky News, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon urged the U.S. to reduce its fiscal deficit sooner rather than later, warning the issue will likely become “far more uncomfortable” if it continues to be overlooked. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer

Duration:00:41:51

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Cramer's Morning Take: GameStop 5/14/24

5/14/2024
Jim Cramer says this surging meme stock has no ‘game plan’. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer

Duration:00:02:44

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PPI Runs Hot, OpenAI Reveals New AI Model, Meme Craze Continues 05/14/24

5/14/2024
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber started the show by discussing this morning’s inflation data. The producer price index, a measure of what producers receive for the goods they produce, increased 0.5% in April and was up 2.2% on a 12-month basis, the biggest gain in a year. The anchors then shifted to the ongoing meme craze, as shares of GameStop and AMC surged again. Because of Monday’s massive rally, short-selling hedge funds suffered a mark-to-market loss of $838 million in GameStop. Before the opening bell, the desk also reacted to OpenAI’s latest flagship product GPT-4o, which the company says “can reason across text, audio, and video in real time.” Squawk on the Street Disclaimer

Duration:00:42:58

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Cramer's Morning Take: Nvidia 5/13/24

5/13/2024
Jim and Jeff discuss the share moves for this semiconductor stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer

Duration:00:03:12

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S&P Record Watch, AI Arms Race, Roaring Kitty Claws Back 5/13/24

5/13/2024
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the hour by breaking down this ongoing market rally, with the Dow aiming for its 9th straight day of gains. The desk also reacted to news that Softbank Group’s Arm Holdings is reportedly planning on launching AI chips in 2025. Staying with the semis, Cramer highlighted Micron for his “Mad Dash” saying he believes the stock will continue to climb; Micron is up 100% over the last full-year of trading. Also in the mix: GameStop shares surged after trader ‘Roaring Kitty’ posted online for the first time in roughly three years. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer

Duration:00:42:48

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Cramer's Morning Take: P&G 5/10/24

5/10/2024
Jim and Jeff discuss the strength in this consumer staple stock. Become a CNBC Investing Club member to go behind the scenes with Jim Cramer and Jeff Marks as they talk candidly about the market’s biggest headlines. Signup here: cnbc.com/morningtake CNBC Investing Club Disclaimer

Duration:00:03:57

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Market Momentum, Apple's Apology, EV Watch 5/10/24

5/10/2024
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what to make of the markets' upward momentum: The Dow aiming for an eight-session win streak and the S&P 500 trading at five-week highs. The anchors highlighted some high-flying stocks worthy of your attention. They also reacted to Apple apologizing for its controversial new iPad ad. On the EV front: China's Zeekr priced its IPO at the top of the range ahead of its NYSE debut, while new data show Tesla losing Chinese market share. Also in focus: President Biden and China tariffs, Warner Bros. Discovery and the battle over NBA rights. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer

Duration:00:42:01