$EEP $TREE $Z $PM $OPK $X: Enbridge Energy, Lending Tree, U.S. Steel: ‘Mad Money’ Lightning Round

Date: Monday, August 6th, 2018

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Source: TheStreet (https://www.thestreet.com)

Summary: Jim Cramer weighs in on Enbridge Energy, Lending Tree, U.S. Steel, Philip Morris, Opko Health, The Trade Desk, EPR Properties, Nokia.

Full article address: https://www.thestreet.com/jim-cramer/enbridge-energy-lending-tree-us-steel-mad-money-lightning-round-14674768

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