Trump plans Tuesday to meet with Senate and House Republicans to discuss “a possible payroll tax cut” and other “substantial relief” as coronavirus cases in the U.S. topped 760 with 27 deaths. Monday evening, the president floated those options to mitigate economic damage from the virus’s spread. He also said he’s looking at ways to help hourly employees who could miss paychecks if they’re unable to go to work.
“One of the things that really made things better today is this was a recognition that things have to be done. That was very reassuring,” Cramer said.
“They’re putting things in place. They’re going to stagger them just in case things are bad and get worse. I don’t know. It’s something,” the “Mad Money” host added.
Cramer’s comments on “Squawk on the Street” came as U.S. stock futures were…