$NWL $MAR $Z $ETSY $ANDV $EMR: Newell Brands, Emerson Electric, CPI: Cramer’s ‘Mad Money’ Game Plan

Date: Sunday, August 5th, 2018

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

Summary: Get ready for the week with Jim Cramer’s game plan, including Newell Brands, Emerson Electric and the Consumer Price Index.

Full article address: https://www.thestreet.com/jim-cramer/newell-brands-emerson-electric-cpi-cramer-s-mad-money-game-plan-14673636

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