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Cramer’s week ahead: Consumer spending in the spotlight with retail earnings and a new price index

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday laid out what to look for going into next week, highlighting earnings reports from several retail outfits as well as the latest consumer price index. He said a market rally could continue as long as bond yields don’t start to rise.

“This market’s had a very solid winning streak of late. Remember that it wouldn’t be happening if interest rates were still climbing,” he said. “As long as rates stay calm — that’s the big backdrop that we need — companies that report good news will be rewarded with higher stock prices. But never forget that the bond market still is in control, it’s just that it’s finally turned benign, at least for now.”

This weekend brings a notable event from the American Heart Association, where investors will hear about how the new class of weight loss drugs affects heart disease. Cramer said this may have the potential to reignite stocks that make these medications, like Novo NordiskEli Lilly

On Monday, Cramer said he would watch how smaller-cap tech stocks can affect larger ones as Monday.com reports. Cramer said the Israeli company’s results could prompt reactions from enterprise software outfits like SalesforceServiceNowAccentureHome Depot

Wednesday will see an aggregate retail sales report, which Cramer expects to be weak. Cramer also highlighted TargetWalmartMacy’s

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