Tomorrow, the banks will tell us whether there’s sufficient demand for the most important commodity out there — money — and if there isn’t, Cramer said the market will get crushed. “We have to see some demand for credit,” he said. “Without it, we aren’t going to get the much-needed growth in employment that can turn the worst of times into better ones.”
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So, what’s the bottom line?
“It is a Dickensian market,” Cramer said. “There’s stuff to like and stuff to avoid. There’s positives and there’s negatives, and that’s why this market doesn’t get pulverized into smithereens every single day we come into work, as so many people expect to happen.”
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