Earnings from Disney, Uber and Warner Bros.

CNBC’s Jim Cramer guided investors through the upcoming earnings calendar on Wall Street on Friday, telling them to focus on reports from companies such as Uber, Disney And Discovery Warner Bros.. With the April jobs report weaker than expected, he said investors could worry less about the Federal Reserve’s next move.

“Now that it is clear that the economy is experiencing a significant slowdown, we no longer have to worry that the Fed will become our enemy again,” he said, adding: “Which means we can return to a glorious mode of stock picking, at least for a while.” a few days, thanks to the good employment figures.”

On Saturday, Cramer said investors should watch Warren Buffett’s annual meeting, which could be bullish for Berkshire Hathaway and the stocks in its portfolio such as American Express, Apple, Coca-Cola And Western oil. Monday brings the gains of Simon Real Estate Group And Tyson Foodsthe latter of which Cramer said he thought could be a “bounce play.”

Disney will report Tuesday before the bell, and Cramer said he expects positive results after the cost cuts and initiatives management put in place to win its recent proxy battle. Hotels in Wynn And Reddit also released its results that day, and Cramer said he thought both could post strong numbers.

Cramer will be watching Uber’s report on Wednesday and wondering if its profits will be affected by competition from Lyft. Toyota, Arm, Robin Hood, Exchange Office, AMC Entertainment And Airbnb also reports. He said he thought Robinhood would do well as the cryptocurrency remained popular.

Roblox reported Thursday and Cramer said he expects it to be positive. Warner Bros. Discovery also reports, and Cramer said he questions whether the company has reduced its debt and whether it will keep its contract with the National Basketball Association. He said he was also interested in hearing Akamai Technologies And Tapestry. The latter’s report could respond to the Federal Trade Commission’s request to stop its merger with Corsair.

On Friday, Cramer will await earnings from Enbridge. He said some investors were skeptical about the company’s ability to pay its dividends. For Cramer, the dividend is safe, but he said he needs more aggressive growth to justify holding the stock.

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