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Fears mount of a coronavirus-induced depression Economists increasingly warn that Washington’s current efforts won’t be enough to fight a downturn approaching the devastation seen eight decades ago...

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Fears mount of a coronavirus-induced depression Economists increasingly warn that Washington’s current efforts won’t be enough to fight a downturn approaching the devastation seen eight decades ago...

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How We Kept Subscribers Ahead of Wild Treasury Note Action in February and March The past seven weeks saw an epic rise in the price of 10-year Treasury Notes: Yet it was also an epic opportunity for traders and active investors. S...

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Can banks withstand the impact of Covid-19? Banks came into the coronavirus pandemic much stronger than they went into the global financial crisis. Will the capital and liquidity buffers they h...

How We Kept Subscribers Ahead of Wild Treasury Note Action in February and March The past seven weeks saw an epic rise in the price of 10-year Treasury Notes: Yet it was also an epic opportunity for traders and active investors. S...

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Medical Expert Who Corrects Trump Is Now a Target of the Far Right Dr. Anthony Fauci, the administration’s most outspoken advocate of emergency virus measures, faces a torrent of false claims that he is mobilizing to...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Medical Expert Who Corrects Trump Is Now a Target of the Far Right Dr. Anthony Fauci, the administration’s most outspoken advocate of emergency virus measures, faces a torrent of false claims that he is mobilizing to...

The Fed did what it could, but it still can’t stop the financial panic The economic collapse now spreading as fast as the coronavirus requires credit channels to be kept open, but it needs precious funding to flow throug...

Coronavirus bill will create 'devastating' incentive to lay off employees, critics say New coronavirus relief legislation would greatly expand benefits for unemployed workers, and extend payments to previously ineligible groups like gig...

Cramer sees oil plummeting below $20 per barrel on dual coronavirus-price war crises "It's the wildcard. It's the thing that no one seems to be able to stop. And it's deflationary not at a time we want to see deflation," CNBC's Jim Cr...

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Hedge fund Fir Tree puts $410 million dislocation fund to work After years of waiting and watching from afar, hedge fund Fir Tree Partners is spending $410 million from its dislocation funds on stocks, pockets of...

Crude Oil: A Contrary Forecast, Before the (Nearly) 70 Percent Decline In barely 9 weeks, crude oil fell nearly 70 percent. Yet, at the January high, sentiment expected higher prices. Now see the contrary-to-sentiment fo...

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Crude Oil: A Contrary Forecast, Before the (Nearly) 70 Percent Decline In barely 9 weeks, crude oil fell nearly 70 percent. Yet, at the January high, sentiment expected higher prices. Now see the contrary-to-sentiment fo...

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Fears mount of a coronavirus-induced depression Economists increasingly warn that Washington’s current efforts won’t be enough to fight a downturn approaching the devastation seen eight decades ago...

‘Rapid deterioration’ in global investment flows as Coronavirus spreads: UN trade body Foreign direct investment flows are liable to drop by 30 to 40 per cent during 2020, into next year, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, reflecting...

Pence says economic fundamentals remain strong despite massive coronavirus impact Vice President Mike Pence said that the fundamentals of the U.S. economy remain strong despite the coronavirus pandemic that has tanked markets and l...

How We Kept Subscribers Ahead of Wild Treasury Note Action in February and March The past seven weeks saw an epic rise in the price of 10-year Treasury Notes: Yet it was also an epic opportunity for traders and active investors. S...

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Crude Oil: A Contrary Forecast, Before the (Nearly) 70 Percent Decline In barely 9 weeks, crude oil fell nearly 70 percent. Yet, at the January high, sentiment expected higher prices. Now see the contrary-to-sentiment fo...

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Trump’s Environmental Rollbacks Find Opposition Within: Staff Scientists Federal scientists and lawyers, told to undo regulations that some have worked on for decades, have embedded data into technical documents that envir...

What Amazon Workers Are Facing as Coronavirus Spreads in the US Amazon has emerged as an essential service during the coronavirus pandemic. Warehouse and delivery workers say they’re risking their health to provid...

Cramer sees oil plummeting below $20 per barrel on dual coronavirus-price war crises "It's the wildcard. It's the thing that no one seems to be able to stop. And it's deflationary not at a time we want to see deflation," CNBC's Jim Cr...

Pence says economic fundamentals remain strong despite massive coronavirus impact Vice President Mike Pence said that the fundamentals of the U.S. economy remain strong despite the coronavirus pandemic that has tanked markets and l...

‘Rapid deterioration’ in global investment flows as Coronavirus spreads: UN trade body Foreign direct investment flows are liable to drop by 30 to 40 per cent during 2020, into next year, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, reflecting...

Utilizing Defense Production Act, President Trump Seeks to Force General Motors to Produce Ventilators (DETROIT) — President Donald Trump issued an order Friday that seeks to force General Motors to produce ventilators for coronavirus patients un...

Crude Oil: A Contrary Forecast, Before the (Nearly) 70 Percent Decline In barely 9 weeks, crude oil fell nearly 70 percent. Yet, at the January high, sentiment expected higher prices. Now see the contrary-to-sentiment fo...

As virus threatens, U.S. embraces big government, for now It may, as House Majority Leader and Maryland Democrat Steny Hoyer said on Friday, be out of love that the United States agreed to shut down much of ...

Crude Oil: A Contrary Forecast, Before the (Nearly) 70 Percent Decline In barely 9 weeks, crude oil fell nearly 70 percent. Yet, at the January high, sentiment expected higher prices. Now see the contrary-to-sentiment fo...

Tyson Foods: Why Traders Should Stay 6 Feet Away from Fundamental News In the weeks before shares of Tyson Foods plummeted by 50 percent, there was no "fundamental consensus" about what was next. Yet the Elliott Wave pat...

Workers laid off due to coronavirus can’t get through to unemployment office Crashing websites and jammed phone lines are preventing workers put out of a job by the coronavirus crisis from even applying for unemployment benefi...

Dash: How to Anticipate a Turn Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportunity Month guide show you how to use the Wave Principle to a...

Coronavirus: TopShop empire halts pension payments Sir Philip Green's TopShop empire is to halt payments to its pension scheme for months as retailers and other stricken companies conserve cash during...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Exclusive: Amazon entices warehouse employees to grocery unit with higher pay Amazon.com Inc is offering higher pay to recruit its own warehouse employees to pick and pack Whole Foods groceries amid rising demand and a worker s...

‘Shocking and disgusting’: Tenants face rent increases despite coronavirus crisis Advocates are calling for restrictions on landlords to safeguard renters 'right to housing,' but property owners with mortgages to pay say they are h...

Fears mount of a coronavirus-induced depression Economists increasingly warn that Washington’s current efforts won’t be enough to fight a downturn approaching the devastation seen eight decades ago...

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announces a 90-day grace period on mortgage payments Homeowners in the Garden State are getting a 90-day grace period on mortgages, according to Gov. Phil Murphy. In that time, late fees and other expen...

The Fed did what it could, but it still can’t stop the financial panic The economic collapse now spreading as fast as the coronavirus requires credit channels to be kept open, but it needs precious funding to flow throug...

Crude Awakening: The Real Catalyst for Oil's Crash Isn't What You Think NYMEX crude oil has been slashed in half since the start of 2020, with prices circling the drain of a four-year low on March 9. Mainstream fingers po...

Trump takes immediate step to try to curb new inspector general’s autonomy, as battle over stimulus oversight begins In a White House signing statement, Trump questioned the constitutionality of the law’s requirement that a new Special Inspector General for Pandemic...

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Record 3.3m Americans file for unemployment as the US tries to contain Covid-19 Labor department figures show the number of claims rose to 3.3 million, beating a previous record of 695,000 in October 1982Coronavirus – live global...

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Small businesses offered loans in coronavirus relief bill as they struggle to stay afloat. Will it be enough? The CARES Act, which is expected to get final congressional approval on Friday, includes a $350 billion loan program for small businesses that need c...

Plex offers free live TV through June 30th to make your coronavirus quarantine less boring The media server app Plex has joined a growing list of companies offering free goods and services to Americans hunkering down as the novel coronaviru...

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US consumer spending rises moderately in February U.S. consumer spending rose moderately in February and momentum is set to fade rapidly in the coming months, with the coronavirus pandemic upending l...

Sony says coronavirus impact to cancel Feb profit revision Sony Corp said on Friday the scale of the impact from the coronavirus outbreak would be large enough to eliminate the entire upward revisions to its ...

Navy docks USS Theodore Roosevelt in Guam to test 5,000 sailors for COVID-19 The Navy has ordered the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt to pull into Guam and have its 5,000-strong crew of sailors tested for the novel cor...

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Executives are buying stock in droves, giving a 'strong' signal that the comeback is for real The ratio of companies with insider buying compared to insider selling is at 1.75 for March, its highest level since March of 2009, according to Wash...

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Navy awards Gulf Island Shipyards $129.9M for towing, salvage and rescue ships Gulf Island Shipyards received a $129.9 million contract modification to construct two additional towing, salvage and rescue ships (T-ATS) for the Na...

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Kohl's taps credit and withdraws earnings outlook because of coronavirus Kohl's has withdrawn its earnings outlook for the current quarter and fiscal year, as it grapples with the hit it will take from the coronavirus pand...

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Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

YouTube Slashes Video Quality to Save Bandwidth Meanwhile, Microsoft and Sony plan to throttle game downloads during peak usage hours to help prevent internet congestion during the Covid-19 pandemi...

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Oil jumps 2%, extending gains as optimism over US stimulus lifts markets Oil prices extended gains for a third session on Wednesday, rising alongside broader financial markets as the United States is expected to approve a ...

Lakeside-owner Intu to lay bare coronavirus rent crisis One of Britain's biggest shopping centre-owners will this week lay bare the scale of the crisis hammering retail landlords when it reveals that it re...

‘Shocking and disgusting’: Tenants face rent increases despite coronavirus crisis Advocates are calling for restrictions on landlords to safeguard renters 'right to housing,' but property owners with mortgages to pay say they are h...

Shutdown Spotlights Economic Cost of Saving Lives President Trump and others have asked if halting normal life and commerce to fight the coronavirus is worth the cost. Here’s how economists figure it...

The coronavirus might delay your non-essential Amazon order for a month or more The coronavirus impact continues to manifest itself across the country, with seismic changes being felt across industries that range from hospitality...

Ford, 3M and GE team up to make ventilators and respirators, but process could take months Though corporate partnerships can concentrate expertise to solve some problems, many of these efforts are nascent and require different production an...

Debt relief milestone in Somalia, as World Bank, IMF, call for global payment suspension in light of COVID-19 The top United Nations official in Somalia congratulated the Horn of Africa nation on Wednesday for achieving the benchmark set by the World Bank and...

Fed's James Bullard says after a short-term 'unparalleled' shock, economy will boom again The central bank official was in the news earlier this week when he forecast that the unemployment rate will skyrocket to 30%, higher than it was eve...

Trump Says Parts of U.S. Could Go Back to Work in a Few Weeks President Trump said restrictions on economic activity could be lifted in some parts of the country but not others as his administration works to dev...

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Fears mount of a coronavirus-induced depression Economists increasingly warn that Washington’s current efforts won’t be enough to fight a downturn approaching the devastation seen eight decades ago...

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Oil jumps more than 2% as US ramps up economic support measures Oil prices struggled to hold onto gains on Tuesday on hopes that the United States will soon reach a deal on a $2 trillion coronavirus aid package th...

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Mark Cuban Q&A: How to help small businesses survive coronavirus Businessman Mark Cuban has never been the guy to hold back whenever he sees something unfair, flawed, and shady or, if he's sitting courtside, a foul...

Schiff defends controversial additions to coronavirus relief bill as ‘very much interrelated’ with ‘economic health’ House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff defended Democrats when questioned about controversial additions to the coronavirus relief package ...

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Cboe Global Markets Launches Business Continuity Webpage for COVID-19 Updates CHICAGO – March 19, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today launched a webpage de...

As Natural Disasters Strike, a New Fear: Relief Shelters May Spread Virus The Red Cross has issued new guidelines for its shelters, screening people for symptoms and keeping bed six feet apart. That strategy will soon be te...

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Amazon workers at 6 US warehouses test positive for coronavirus SEATTLE – The U.S. coronavirus outbreak has spread to at least six Amazon warehouses, infecting workers racing to deliver massive volumes of pa...

Oil extends gains as optimism over U.S. stimulus lifts global markets Oil prices extended gains for a third session on Wednesday, rising alongside broader financial markets on hopes Washington will soon approve a massiv...

Kohl's taps credit and withdraws earnings outlook because of coronavirus Kohl's has withdrawn its earnings outlook for the current quarter and fiscal year, as it grapples with the hit it will take from the coronavirus pand...

Kohl's taps credit and withdraws earnings outlook because of coronavirus Kohl's has withdrawn its earnings outlook for the current quarter and fiscal year, as it grapples with the hit it will take from the coronavirus pand...

Macaskill on markets: Hedging – is it safe? The Federal Reserve’s expanded bond buying commitment underscores that the safest hedge at the moment is a security that can be sold to a government....

Gold's March 23 Surge: How the Fed's Stimulus Fits In On March 23rd, gold rose 5 percent: News stories (of course) cited the Fed's stimulus "cannon shot." YET: Our Metals Pro Service forecast gold's big ...

U.S. Treasuries: Letting the Waves Flow The enormous rally in the U.S. Treasuries -- and the corresponding record decline in bond yields, which prompted the now second Fed "emergency" rate ...

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Target delays store remodels and withdraws financial forecast citing coronavirus pandemic The Minneapolis-based retailer is putting some of its ambitious growth plans on hold as it focuses on the day-to-day realities of dealing with corona...

Emirates, One of the World’s Biggest Airlines, Halts Passenger Flights to 13 Destinations Over COVID-19 DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Long-haul carrier Emirates said Sunday it has dramatically cut its passenger flight destinations from 145 locatio...

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The coronavirus might delay your non-essential Amazon order for a month or more The coronavirus impact continues to manifest itself across the country, with seismic changes being felt across industries that range from hospitality...

Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 faces its biggest test The Gulf’s largest economy is facing unprecedented challenges from the coronavirus Covid-19 and oil at $30 a barrel. Has diversification under Vision...

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The US is pushing a dubious 2-carrier strategy to deter Iran, but it's taking a big toll on the fleet US Navy/MCS 1st Class D. Keith Simmons The Navy has been operating two carriers in the Middle East amid tensions with Iran, reversing course a declin...

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Cboe Global Markets Launches Business Continuity Webpage for COVID-19 Updates CHICAGO – March 19, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today launched a webpage de...

Indian Oil Cuts Crude Processing By 25-30% On Low Fuel Demand Indian Oil Corp, the country's top refiner, has cut crude processing at its refineries by 25 per centto 30 per cent as local demand for refined fuel ...

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The Fed did what it could, but it still can’t stop the financial panic The economic collapse now spreading as fast as the coronavirus requires credit channels to be kept open, but it needs precious funding to flow throug...

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Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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Fears mount of a coronavirus-induced depression Economists increasingly warn that Washington’s current efforts won’t be enough to fight a downturn approaching the devastation seen eight decades ago...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Here are Credit Suisse's 'safe-haven' stock picks to protect against further coronavirus downside Disease outbreaks have led to longer market declines and rebounds that are less sharp as compared with crises that are brought on by natural disaster...

Government Readying Economic Package, Says Finance Minister The government may come up with an economic package to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic from causing major harm to the economy. Finance minister Nirmala...

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Oil jumps more than 2% as US ramps up economic support measures Oil prices struggled to hold onto gains on Tuesday on hopes that the United States will soon reach a deal on a $2 trillion coronavirus aid package th...

Government Readying Economic Package, Says Finance Minister The government may come up with an economic package to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic from causing major harm to the economy. Finance minister Nirmala...

Mark Cuban Q&A: How to help small businesses survive coronavirus Businessman Mark Cuban has never been the guy to hold back whenever he sees something unfair, flawed, and shady or, if he's sitting courtside, a foul...

Schiff defends controversial additions to coronavirus relief bill as ‘very much interrelated’ with ‘economic health’ House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff defended Democrats when questioned about controversial additions to the coronavirus relief package ...

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Financing programs for businesses hit by the coronavirus could amount to $4 trillion, Mnuchin says Part of a bipartisan stimulus effort will include joint efforts between the Treasury and Federal Reserve to get liquidity to businesses that need it,...

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Your Money - Separation anxiety: Divorce, money and coronavirus The first few days of staying at home for coronavirus seclusion with my two kids were chaotic, stressful and scary, much like they were for everyone ...

Boeing shuts down KC-46, P-8 plants for two weeks because of COVID-19 Boeing announced a two-week shutdown of its Seattle-area plants on Monday, stopping production of KC-46 refueling and P-8 surveillance military plane...

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Bank of England says coronavirus tougher than banks' stress test The shock from coronavirus to banks is set to be greater but less prolonged than lenders faced in last year's stress test and the financial system re...

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Financing programs for businesses hit by the coronavirus could amount to $4 trillion, Mnuchin says Part of a bipartisan stimulus effort will include joint efforts between the Treasury and Federal Reserve to get liquidity to businesses that need it,...

Cineplex, MEC lay off thousands as coronavirus pandemic shutters stores, theatres MEC, which just recently opened a new flagship store in Vancouver, did not discuss what the ongoing pandemic would mean for the future of its bricks-...

Your Money - Separation anxiety: Divorce, money and coronavirus The first few days of staying at home for coronavirus seclusion with my two kids were chaotic, stressful and scary, much like they were for everyone ...

Boeing shuts down KC-46, P-8 plants for two weeks because of COVID-19 Boeing announced a two-week shutdown of its Seattle-area plants on Monday, stopping production of KC-46 refueling and P-8 surveillance military plane...

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CVS to hire 50,000, pay out bonuses to ‘front-line workers’ as pandemic boosts demand The new jobs will include full-time, part-time and temporary roles as store clerks, delivery drivers, distribution center employees and customer serv...

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GameStop is now closing all US stores after trying to claim they’re too ‘essential’ to close The video game retail chain GameStop says it will close customer access to US storefronts starting Sunday, March 22, as a result of the continued spr...

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Coronavirus returns to bite China again While the West is consumed its own mounting panic, it is easy to forget that China, where coronavirus began, is still in all sorts of trouble: growth...

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YETI Stock, and How Traders Can Manage Risk in Combustible Times From February 4th thru March 18th, YETI's share price plunged nearly 60 percent: Now see the Trader's Classroom forecast that caught most of the huge...

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GameStop is now closing all US stores after trying to claim they’re too ‘essential’ to close The video game retail chain GameStop says it will close customer access to US storefronts starting Sunday, March 22, as a result of the continued spr...

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The coronavirus crash: will 'whatever it takes' work? A blizzard of monetary and fiscal policy announcements finally began to calm market nerves this week; but bankers and analysts are struggling to figu...

'Hell is here' — 'Shark Tank' investor Herjavec's mandate for small businesses 'is survival' Robert Herjavec, cybersecurity entrepreneur and "Shark Tank" investor, told CNBC that his directive to small businesses is to do whatever it takes to...

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How Oil Prices Impact Agriculture Lower oil prices could reduce production costs for farmers. It could, however, weigh on biofuel producers who use corn and vegetable oils as feedstoc...

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How Oil Prices Impact Agriculture Lower oil prices could reduce production costs for farmers. It could, however, weigh on biofuel producers who use corn and vegetable oils as feedstoc...

First Waves of a New Bear Market The decline in asset markets that Elliott Wave International has been forecasting has begun in a most dramatic fashion with stock markets around the ...

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Emirates, One of the World’s Biggest Airlines, Halts Passenger Flights to 13 Destinations Over COVID-19 DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Long-haul carrier Emirates said Sunday it has dramatically cut its passenger flight destinations from 145 locatio...

GameStop is now closing all US stores after trying to claim they’re too ‘essential’ to close The video game retail chain GameStop says it will close customer access to US storefronts starting Sunday, March 22, as a result of the continued spr...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Once Scrutinized, an Insurance Product Becomes a Crisis Lifeline The I.R.S. stepped up its crackdown on abuses of “captive insurance” in January, but the vehicle may prove its worth during the coronavirus outbreak....

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The coronavirus crash: will 'whatever it takes' work? A blizzard of monetary and fiscal policy announcements finally began to calm market nerves this week; but bankers and analysts are struggling to figu...

Once Scrutinized, an Insurance Product Becomes a Crisis Lifeline The I.R.S. stepped up its crackdown on abuses of “captive insurance” in January, but the vehicle may prove its worth during the coronavirus outbreak....

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If you lost your job because of the coronavirus, Jeff Bezos wants you to apply at Amazon Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has written a memo addressed to Amazon’s employees in which he outlines a number of steps the company has taken in respon...

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Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

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First Waves of a New Bear Market The decline in asset markets that Elliott Wave International has been forecasting has begun in a most dramatic fashion with stock markets around the ...

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Coronavirus returns to bite China again While the West is consumed its own mounting panic, it is easy to forget that China, where coronavirus began, is still in all sorts of trouble: growth...

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As Natural Disasters Strike, a New Fear: Relief Shelters May Spread Virus The Red Cross has issued new guidelines for its shelters, screening people for symptoms and keeping bed six feet apart. That strategy will soon be te...

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Market Regulator Sebi Tightens Norms To Limit Volatility On Coronavirus Sebi and stock exchanges were continuously monitoring market developments and would "take any further suitable actions" as required, the regulator sa...

Apple shares plummet as coronavirus concerns persist As states with sizable populations like New York, California, and Illinois enact stay-at-home measures, the stock market dropped significantly before...

Your Money: A Hub for Help During the Coronavirus Crisis If your income has fallen or been cut off completely, we’re here to help. This guide will connect you to the basic information you’ll need to get thr...

McConnell warns Democrats against politicizing relief package negotiations Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Saturday warned Democrats to abandon efforts to "restructure things" by trying to shoehorn their broader liber...

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First Waves of a New Bear Market The decline in asset markets that Elliott Wave International has been forecasting has begun in a most dramatic fashion with stock markets around the ...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

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Dash: How to Anticipate a Turn Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportunity Month guide show you how to use the Wave Principle to a...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Coronavirus: Ex-Nestle boss to oversee food supply 'war room' Ministers are parachuting in a former Nestle executive to oversee a "war room" set up to ensure Britain's food security following the coronavirus pan...

The coronavirus crash: will 'whatever it takes' work? A blizzard of monetary and fiscal policy announcements finally began to calm market nerves this week; but bankers and analysts are struggling to figu...

GameStop is now closing all US stores after trying to claim they’re too ‘essential’ to close The video game retail chain GameStop says it will close customer access to US storefronts starting Sunday, March 22, as a result of the continued spr...

Coronavirus supply shortage vexes Forest Hills clinic owner The novel coronavirus pandemic has been tough on small businesses, many of which, being nonessential, have had to close. But Dr. Nabil Salib’s small ...

Up to 1,000% increase in claims: jobless New Yorkers overwhelm system Coronavirus layoffs see 400% increase in logins to websiteClaimants say phone and online contact nearly impossibleCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all...

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Why BMW and Mercedes made cheap cars that failed and why they keep trying In their efforts to grow volumes and grow the next generation of loyal buyers, premium automakers such as BMW and Mercedes-Benz, are selling cheaper ...

The coronavirus crash: will 'whatever it takes' work? A blizzard of monetary and fiscal policy announcements finally began to calm market nerves this week; but bankers and analysts are struggling to figu...

'Hell is here' — 'Shark Tank' investor Herjavec's mandate for small businesses 'is survival' Robert Herjavec, cybersecurity entrepreneur and "Shark Tank" investor, told CNBC that his directive to small businesses is to do whatever it takes to...

Unprecedented spike in weekly jobless claims is just the start, as unemployment is set to double Thursday's spike in weekly jobless claims, considered the canary in the coal mine for labor, signals the start of a crush of layoffs amid the coronav...

‘I don’t want to use the b-word’: Trump aides race to rescue the economy Trump aides are studying the nation’s response after 9/11 and during the 2008-09 crisis to design an aid package for an economy quickly slamming the ...

How Oil Prices Impact Agriculture Lower oil prices could reduce production costs for farmers. It could, however, weigh on biofuel producers who use corn and vegetable oils as feedstoc...

Dash: How to Anticipate a Turn Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportunity Month guide show you how to use the Wave Principle to a...

What You Need to Know About the $1200 Coronavirus Stimulus Check Senate Republicans introduced a roughly $1 trillion economic stabilization plan that includes $1,200 payments to many taxpayers, tax cuts for large c...

How Oil Prices Impact Agriculture Lower oil prices could reduce production costs for farmers. It could, however, weigh on biofuel producers who use corn and vegetable oils as feedstoc...

Nikki Haley Resigns From Boeing Board Over Opposition to Proposed $60 Billion Bailout (COLUMBIA, S.C.) — Former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley has resigned from the board of Boeing Co., cutting ties with a company she long supported...

Oil's 25% Drop on March 18 Had Nothing to Do with OPEC Third waves in the basic Elliott wave pattern are typically the strongest and fastest. The sell-off in crude on March 18 fits the 3rd-wave "personali...

For Small Businesses, It's a Virus Chain Reaction When Table 20 closed its dining room in Cartersville, Ga., this week, the pain radiated out to a hydroponic farmer, a tablecloth supplier, a liquor d...

Hospitals set up coronavirus tents, seek emergency credit and $100 billion in US aid as they face onslaught of cases At Mount Sinai Health System's Morningside hospital in New York City, the number of coronavirus patients at the 500-bed facility doubled in two days ...

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Businesses and unions welcome grants to cover 80% of workers' pay Union and business leaders have largely welcomed news that the government will pick up "most of" the wages of workers as the coronavirus pandemic con...

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Nikki Haley Resigns From Boeing Board Over Opposition to Proposed $60 Billion Bailout (COLUMBIA, S.C.) — Former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley has resigned from the board of Boeing Co., cutting ties with a company she long supported...

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First Waves of a New Bear Market The decline in asset markets that Elliott Wave International has been forecasting has begun in a most dramatic fashion with stock markets around the ...

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Oil falls 11%, on track for worst month on record Oil dropped 11% on Friday, giving back early gains, even as the world's richest nations poured unprecedented aid into the global economy to stop a co...

Coronavirus Brings a Surge to News Sites Many journalists are covering a once-in-a-lifetime story from home, thanks to Zoom and Slack. But as readers flock to large news outlets, ads are sta...

Hospitals set up coronavirus tents, seek emergency credit and $100 billion in US aid as they face onslaught of cases At Mount Sinai Health System's Morningside hospital in New York City, the number of coronavirus patients at the 500-bed facility doubled in two days ...

As Natural Disasters Strike, a New Fear: Relief Shelters May Spread Virus The Red Cross has issued new guidelines for its shelters, screening people for symptoms and keeping bed six feet apart. That strategy will soon be te...

U.S. Treasuries: Letting the Waves Flow The enormous rally in the U.S. Treasuries -- and the corresponding record decline in bond yields, which prompted the now second Fed "emergency" rate ...

Coronavirus Brings a Surge to News Sites Many journalists are covering a once-in-a-lifetime story from home, thanks to Zoom and Slack. But as readers flock to large news outlets, ads are sta...

A new message on coronavirus in hard-hit areas: Don’t get tested As cases spike sharply, officials are hunkering down for an onslaught, and directing scarce resources where they are most needed to save people’s liv...

First Waves of a New Bear Market The decline in asset markets that Elliott Wave International has been forecasting has begun in a most dramatic fashion with stock markets around the ...

Cboe Global Markets Launches Business Continuity Webpage for COVID-19 Updates CHICAGO – March 19, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today launched a webpage de...

Coronavirus returns to bite China again While the West is consumed its own mounting panic, it is easy to forget that China, where coronavirus began, is still in all sorts of trouble: growth...

For Small Businesses, It's a Virus Chain Reaction When Table 20 closed its dining room in Cartersville, Ga., this week, the pain radiated out to a hydroponic farmer, a tablecloth supplier, a liquor d...

As Natural Disasters Strike, a New Fear: Relief Shelters May Spread Virus The Red Cross has issued new guidelines for its shelters, screening people for symptoms and keeping bed six feet apart. That strategy will soon be te...

What is essential and non-essential during a pandemic? With New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo instituting an order that all non-essential workers stay home, we look at what is an "essential" industry or employee...

Coronavirus in Quebec: local businesses closing, struggling amidst COVID-19 pandemic The Quebec government's directive to close non-essential businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic is leaving local entrepreneurs fighting to make ends m...

Market Regulator Sebi Tightens Norms To Limit Volatility On Coronavirus Sebi and stock exchanges were continuously monitoring market developments and would "take any further suitable actions" as required, the regulator sa...

Apple shares plummet as coronavirus concerns persist As states with sizable populations like New York, California, and Illinois enact stay-at-home measures, the stock market dropped significantly before...

Your Money: A Hub for Help During the Coronavirus Crisis If your income has fallen or been cut off completely, we’re here to help. This guide will connect you to the basic information you’ll need to get thr...

McConnell warns Democrats against politicizing relief package negotiations Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Saturday warned Democrats to abandon efforts to "restructure things" by trying to shoehorn their broader liber...

Oil falls 11%, on track for worst month on record Oil dropped 11% on Friday, giving back early gains, even as the world's richest nations poured unprecedented aid into the global economy to stop a co...

From "Gung-ho" to "Cautious": How Sector Rotation Data Helps You Spot Trend Changes At EWI, we look at 100+ market indicators to support our Elliott wave forecasts. Watch our Head of Global Research show you how the Sector Rotation R...

First Waves of a New Bear Market The decline in asset markets that Elliott Wave International has been forecasting has begun in a most dramatic fashion with stock markets around the ...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

'Hell is here' — 'Shark Tank' investor Herjavec's mandate for small businesses 'is survival' Robert Herjavec, cybersecurity entrepreneur and "Shark Tank" investor, told CNBC that his directive to small businesses is to do whatever it takes to...

‘I don’t want to use the b-word’: Trump aides race to rescue the economy Trump aides are studying the nation’s response after 9/11 and during the 2008-09 crisis to design an aid package for an economy quickly slamming the ...

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Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

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'Suddenly I have no paycheck': layoffs and cuts for workers rocked by coronavirus As the outbreak has hit America and the country has started to shut down, workers in many industries wonder: what now?Nevin Muni, 52, has always had ...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

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U.S. Treasuries: Letting the Waves Flow The enormous rally in the U.S. Treasuries -- and the corresponding record decline in bond yields, which prompted the now second Fed "emergency" rate ...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

Kohl's taps credit and withdraws earnings outlook because of coronavirus Kohl's has withdrawn its earnings outlook for the current quarter and fiscal year, as it grapples with the hit it will take from the coronavirus pand...

Coronavirus Brings a Surge to News Sites Many journalists are covering a once-in-a-lifetime story from home, thanks to Zoom and Slack. But as readers flock to large news outlets, ads are sta...

The $1200 Coronavirus Stimulus Check: What You Need to Know Senate Republicans introduced a roughly $1 trillion economic stabilization plan that includes $1,200 payments to many taxpayers, tax cuts for large c...

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Oil falls 11%, on track for worst month on record Oil dropped 11% on Friday, giving back early gains, even as the world's richest nations poured unprecedented aid into the global economy to stop a co...

U.S. Oil Companies, Heavily in Debt, Further Strained as Prices Collapse Energy companies were major issuers of junk bonds to finance expansion. But now they are in trouble as capital has dried up and oil prices have crate...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

What You Need to Know About the $1200 Coronavirus Stimulus Check Senate Republicans introduced a roughly $1 trillion economic stabilization plan that includes $1,200 payments to many taxpayers, tax cuts for large c...

Nikki Haley Resigns From Boeing Board Over Opposition to Proposed $60 Billion Bailout (COLUMBIA, S.C.) — Former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley has resigned from the board of Boeing Co., cutting ties with a company she long supported...

Oil's 25% Drop on March 18 Had Nothing to Do with OPEC Third waves in the basic Elliott wave pattern are typically the strongest and fastest. The sell-off in crude on March 18 fits the 3rd-wave "personali...

For Small Businesses, It's a Virus Chain Reaction When Table 20 closed its dining room in Cartersville, Ga., this week, the pain radiated out to a hydroponic farmer, a tablecloth supplier, a liquor d...

Hospitals set up coronavirus tents, seek emergency credit and $100 billion in US aid as they face onslaught of cases At Mount Sinai Health System's Morningside hospital in New York City, the number of coronavirus patients at the 500-bed facility doubled in two days ...

The coronavirus crash: will 'whatever it takes' work? A blizzard of monetary and fiscal policy announcements finally began to calm market nerves this week; but bankers and analysts are struggling to figu...

Businesses and unions welcome grants to cover 80% of workers' pay Union and business leaders have largely welcomed news that the government will pick up "most of" the wages of workers as the coronavirus pandemic con...

Coronavirus in Quebec: local businesses closing, struggling amidst COVID-19 pandemic The Quebec government's directive to close non-essential businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic is leaving local entrepreneurs fighting to make ends m...

Business unusual: How coronavirus will shape working trends in future Once the coronavirus is under control and countries change their stance on social distancing, the way people do certain things would have shifted and...

Nikki Haley Resigns From Boeing Board Over Opposition to Proposed $60 Billion Bailout (COLUMBIA, S.C.) — Former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley has resigned from the board of Boeing Co., cutting ties with a company she long supported...

Coronavirus Brings a Surge to News Sites Many journalists are covering a once-in-a-lifetime story from home, thanks to Zoom and Slack. But as readers flock to large news outlets, ads are sta...

First Waves of a New Bear Market The decline in asset markets that Elliott Wave International has been forecasting has begun in a most dramatic fashion with stock markets around the ...

BlackRock, Vanguard Raise Price of Cash Redemption for Some ETFs BlackRock and Vanguard Group made it more expensive for large Wall Street traders to redeem shares in some exchange-traded funds for cash this week, ...

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Oil falls 11%, on track for worst month on record Oil dropped 11% on Friday, giving back early gains, even as the world's richest nations poured unprecedented aid into the global economy to stop a co...

Coronavirus Brings a Surge to News Sites Many journalists are covering a once-in-a-lifetime story from home, thanks to Zoom and Slack. But as readers flock to large news outlets, ads are sta...

Hospitals set up coronavirus tents, seek emergency credit and $100 billion in US aid as they face onslaught of cases At Mount Sinai Health System's Morningside hospital in New York City, the number of coronavirus patients at the 500-bed facility doubled in two days ...

As Natural Disasters Strike, a New Fear: Relief Shelters May Spread Virus The Red Cross has issued new guidelines for its shelters, screening people for symptoms and keeping bed six feet apart. That strategy will soon be te...

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Coronavirus Disrupts Social Media’s First Line of Defense Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube all announced this week that thousands of content moderators are being sent home—leaving more of our feeds in the hand...

Op-Ed: Trump must put families and small businesses first as coronavirus catastrophe grows History will measure your presidency by how many deaths were prevented, not on what the Dow Jones average was in March of 2020, writes former Sen. He...

‘Solidarity, hope’ and coordinated global response needed to tackle COVID-19 pandemic, says UN chief As public fear and uncertainty grow around the COVID-19 pandemic, “more than ever before, we need solidarity, hope and the political will to see this...

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Will Kenya's oil price boost be lost to the coronavirus pandemic? The fall in the oil price will benefit oil-importing countries such as Kenya, but the benefits may be lost because of the African continent's ove...

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The Future of Wheat Futures: The Drama-Free Zone Elliott wave analysis offers forecasts that are independent of external market drama. See the chart and analysis that anticipated wheat's powerful ra...

These 2 charts show copper prices could fall further — and the global economy too Copper prices have crashed in recent days amid growing panic over the impact of the coronavirus, and the metal's reputation as a barometer for the gl...

Walmart to hire 150,000 workers to keep up with coronavirus-panic sales Big-box retailer Walmart Inc said on Thursday it would hire more than 150,000 hourly workers in the United States, citing a jump in shoppers due to t...

Coronavirus Disrupts Social Media’s First Line of Defense Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube all announced this week that thousands of content moderators are being sent home—leaving more of our feeds in the hand...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Stocks Rise and Dollar Weakens as Fed's Actions Ease Strains U.S. stock futures, global equities and some currencies rallied after the Federal Reserve said it would provide billions of dollars at near-zero rate...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

'Suddenly I have no paycheck': layoffs and cuts for workers rocked by coronavirus As the outbreak has hit America and the country has started to shut down, workers in many industries wonder: what now?Nevin Muni, 52, has always had ...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

When foreign airlines go under, US taxpayers could be stuck with the bill Norwegian Air Shuttle, rollicked by the coronavirus, is reportedly on the brink of collapse. That’s bad for the company’s employees, passengers, and ...

How parents cope when home is also a workplace, a school and a daycare center The TV may be on more than you like. How to stay sane, get your work done and keep your kids happy when school's out and your workplace is your dinin...

Is Oil Finally a “Buy”? The stunning 24% sell-off in crude oil on March 18 was not unexpected. In fact, it had a clear warning -- an Elliott wave warning. Here's the wave an...

U.S. Treasuries: Letting the Waves Flow The enormous rally in the U.S. Treasuries -- and the corresponding record decline in bond yields, which prompted the now second Fed "emergency" rate ...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

Kohl's taps credit and withdraws earnings outlook because of coronavirus Kohl's has withdrawn its earnings outlook for the current quarter and fiscal year, as it grapples with the hit it will take from the coronavirus pand...

Coronavirus Brings a Surge to News Sites Many journalists are covering a once-in-a-lifetime story from home, thanks to Zoom and Slack. But as readers flock to large news outlets, ads are sta...

The $1200 Coronavirus Stimulus Check: What You Need to Know Senate Republicans introduced a roughly $1 trillion economic stabilization plan that includes $1,200 payments to many taxpayers, tax cuts for large c...

Private jet industry — the transportation of choice for the wealthy — asks for bailout funding The private-jet industry is asking Congress for bailout money, even as many private jet companies say sales are strong as wealthy flyers avoid commer...

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Oil falls 11%, on track for worst month on record Oil dropped 11% on Friday, giving back early gains, even as the world's richest nations poured unprecedented aid into the global economy to stop a co...

U.S. Oil Companies, Heavily in Debt, Further Strained as Prices Collapse Energy companies were major issuers of junk bonds to finance expansion. But now they are in trouble as capital has dried up and oil prices have crate...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

What You Need to Know About the $1200 Coronavirus Stimulus Check Senate Republicans introduced a roughly $1 trillion economic stabilization plan that includes $1,200 payments to many taxpayers, tax cuts for large c...

Cash Is King As Emergency Stimulus Fails To Stop Market Panic The dollar surged and everything else was blown away on Thursday as emergency central bank measures in Europe, Japan, the United States and Australia...

The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has tested positive for the coronavirus REUTERS/Francois Walschaerts Michel Barnier announces he has tested positive for the coronavirus. The EU's chief Brexit negoitator tweeted the news o...

‘I don’t want to use the b-word’: Trump aides race to rescue the economy Trump aides are studying the nation’s response after 9/11 and during the 2008-09 crisis to design an aid package for an economy quickly slamming the ...

Abu Dhabi acts to cushion the blow of coronavirus on UAE companies The UAE government is putting its development plans "on steroids" despite low oil prices and the global coronavirus outbreak, said Mohammed Ali al-Sh...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

As the coronavirus arrives in Africa, fragile economies are bracing for the worst Trade disruptions, debt vulnerabilities and a limited scope for monetary policy maneuvers threaten a slew of African economies as the coronavirus pan...

How to adjust the volume of a Google Hangouts call, or mute your own microphone Isabella Paoletto/Business Insider To adjust the volume on a Google Hangouts call, you'll need to adjust the volume of whatever device you're listeni...

Coronavirus: Asian markets continue to tumble after latest Wall Street selloff The losses followed a more than 1,300 point decline Wednesday in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which has now lost nearly all of its gains since P...

As the coronavirus arrives in Africa, fragile economies are bracing for the worst Trade disruptions, debt vulnerabilities and a limited scope for monetary policy maneuvers threaten a slew of African economies as the coronavirus pan...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

‘I don’t want to use the b-word’: Trump aides race to rescue the economy Trump aides are studying the nation’s response after 9/11 and during the 2008-09 crisis to design an aid package for an economy quickly slamming the ...

U.S. Treasuries: Letting the Waves Flow The enormous rally in the U.S. Treasuries -- and the corresponding record decline in bond yields, which prompted the now second Fed "emergency" rate ...

YETI Stock, and How Traders Can Manage Risk in Combustible Times From February 4th thru March 18th, YETI's share price plunged nearly 60 percent: Now see the Trader's Classroom forecast that caught most of the huge...

First Waves of a New Bear Market The decline in asset markets that Elliott Wave International has been forecasting has begun in a most dramatic fashion with stock markets around the ...

Dash: How to Anticipate a Turn Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportunity Month guide show you how to use the Wave Principle to a...

Coronavirus Disrupts Social Media’s First Line of Defense Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube all announced this week that thousands of content moderators are being sent home—leaving more of our feeds in the hand...

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‘Solidarity, hope’ and coordinated global response needed to tackle COVID-19 pandemic, says UN chief As public fear and uncertainty grow around the COVID-19 pandemic, “more than ever before, we need solidarity, hope and the political will to see this...

Shutting Markets Isn't the Solution to What's Wrong Look at what a stock market is for, and it is easy to conclude that given the chaos, they should just be shut down now. Some big fund managers have a...

Will Kenya's oil price boost be lost to the coronavirus pandemic? The fall in the oil price will benefit oil-importing countries such as Kenya, but the benefits may be lost because of the African continent's ove...

Dash: How to Anticipate a Turn Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportunity Month guide show you how to use the Wave Principle to a...

The Future of Wheat Futures: The Drama-Free Zone Elliott wave analysis offers forecasts that are independent of external market drama. See the chart and analysis that anticipated wheat's powerful ra...

These 2 charts show copper prices could fall further — and the global economy too Copper prices have crashed in recent days amid growing panic over the impact of the coronavirus, and the metal's reputation as a barometer for the gl...

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Coronavirus Disrupts Social Media’s First Line of Defense Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube all announced this week that thousands of content moderators are being sent home—leaving more of our feeds in the hand...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

FedEx suspends 2020 profit outlook, as coronavirus and turnaround pressure weigh U.S. package delivery company FedEx suspended its 2020 profit outlook on Tuesday, citing the "significant impact" of the coronavirus, and said it wou...

Asia: See What This Time-Tested Indicator Suggests Next From Australia to Japan, a key technical market indicator has been pinned to the ground. In fact, says our editor, he had to "add room to the bottom ...

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UPDATE 2-Investor Ackman tweets to Trump: Close down the country Billionaire investor William Ackman, who has long worried about risks posed by the coronavirus, called on the Trump administration on Wednesday to se...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Market slide wipes out gains of Trump presidency as Covid-19 crisis deepens – business live Fears of a deep downturn are rattling markets despite stimulus packages in US, UK and the eurozoneSummary: Pound weakest since 1985 as FTSE 100 tumbl...

Investor Ackman tweets to Trump: Close down the country Billionaire investor William Ackman, who has long worried about risks posed by the coronavirus, called on the Trump administration on Wednesday to se...

Pound at 35-year low as markets react to 'magnitude of pandemic' Global stock markets have hit reverse again while the pound is at its lowest level against the dollar in 35 years as investors flee ever deepening gl...

SoftBank may not complete $3 billion tender offer for WeWork, sources say SoftBank had planned a $3 billion tender offer for WeWork shares, which were privately held, along with a $1.5 billion acceleration of equity it has ...

‘I don’t want to use the b-word’: Trump aides race to rescue the economy Trump aides are studying the nation’s response after 9/11 and during the 2008-09 crisis to design an aid package for an economy quickly slamming the ...

Europe’s Central Bank Vastly Expands Stimulus Measures A new surge of bond purchases is intended to counteract “serious risks” to the eurozone economy as investors start to doubt Italy’s creditworthiness....

Trump and Coronavirus: President Seeks $500 Billion in Payments for Americans The administration is proposing two waves of checks to individuals and another $500 billion for small and large businesses as part of its economic re...

Emirates asks pilots and cabin crew to take unpaid leave Emirates is asking pilots and cabin crew to take unpaid leave and rival Qatar Airways laid off about 200 staff in Doha this week as the coronavirus o...

Chic Hamptons food stores ransacked by the wealthy amid coronavirus pandemic Wealthy people who have flocked to the Hamptons to escape the coronavirus are ransacking grocery stores in epic shopping sprees that are costing thou...

The Opera browser just made it super easy to buy bitcoin with Apple Pay The Opera browser is now making it easy for users in the US to buy cryptocurrency like bitcoin with Apple Pay. If you use the Android version of the ...

Cash Is King As Emergency Stimulus Fails To Stop Market Panic The dollar surged and everything else was blown away on Thursday as emergency central bank measures in Europe, Japan, the United States and Australia...

The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has tested positive for the coronavirus REUTERS/Francois Walschaerts Michel Barnier announces he has tested positive for the coronavirus. The EU's chief Brexit negoitator tweeted the news o...

‘I don’t want to use the b-word’: Trump aides race to rescue the economy Trump aides are studying the nation’s response after 9/11 and during the 2008-09 crisis to design an aid package for an economy quickly slamming the ...

Abu Dhabi acts to cushion the blow of coronavirus on UAE companies The UAE government is putting its development plans "on steroids" despite low oil prices and the global coronavirus outbreak, said Mohammed Ali al-Sh...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

As the coronavirus arrives in Africa, fragile economies are bracing for the worst Trade disruptions, debt vulnerabilities and a limited scope for monetary policy maneuvers threaten a slew of African economies as the coronavirus pan...

How to adjust the volume of a Google Hangouts call, or mute your own microphone Isabella Paoletto/Business Insider To adjust the volume on a Google Hangouts call, you'll need to adjust the volume of whatever device you're listeni...

Coronavirus: Asian markets continue to tumble after latest Wall Street selloff The losses followed a more than 1,300 point decline Wednesday in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which has now lost nearly all of its gains since P...

As the coronavirus arrives in Africa, fragile economies are bracing for the worst Trade disruptions, debt vulnerabilities and a limited scope for monetary policy maneuvers threaten a slew of African economies as the coronavirus pan...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

‘I don’t want to use the b-word’: Trump aides race to rescue the economy Trump aides are studying the nation’s response after 9/11 and during the 2008-09 crisis to design an aid package for an economy quickly slamming the ...

U.S. Treasuries: Letting the Waves Flow The enormous rally in the U.S. Treasuries -- and the corresponding record decline in bond yields, which prompted the now second Fed "emergency" rate ...

YETI Stock, and How Traders Can Manage Risk in Combustible Times From February 4th thru March 18th, YETI's share price plunged nearly 60 percent: Now see the Trader's Classroom forecast that caught most of the huge...

First Waves of a New Bear Market The decline in asset markets that Elliott Wave International has been forecasting has begun in a most dramatic fashion with stock markets around the ...

Coronavirus: European banks step up push for regulatory forbearance Central banks have told lenders to eat into their buffers, but intense debate remains over recognition of non-performing loans in the push for debt m...

'I don't see how we're going to avoid having a recession,' says former Fed advisor as coronavirus outbreak persists Even if every American is given $1,000 to ride out the coronavirus crisis, it's still going to be difficult for the U.S. economy to stay afloat, said...

The Fed did what it could, but it still can’t stop the financial panic The economic collapse now spreading as fast as the coronavirus requires credit channels to be kept open, but it needs precious funding to flow throug...

Dash: How to Anticipate a Turn Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportunity Month guide show you how to use the Wave Principle to a...

When and Why We Said "… Stocks Should Gap Down at Monday's Open." On March 13, Steve Hochberg and Robert Prechter also saw an unusual "Recurring Pattern" in the Dow: They presented it to subscribers that day. See wh...

CEO Secrets: 'My lasting, enduring lesson from a Turkish bazaar' Hakan Bulgurlu leads Arçelik, a multi-billion dollar white goods company, but he puts his success in life down to lessons he learned selling gold in ...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Pope Francis tells Italians: 'Don't waste these difficult days' as death toll jumps above 2,500 Pope Francis has advised Italians to try to make the most of the coronavirus crisis by re-discovering the joy of family, as the country struggles to ...

Oil's 30% Collapse: See What Really Happened You'll read many mainstream explanations as to why oil prices collapsed on March 8. But on March 6, Elliott waves already warned that oil was enterin...

A couple converted a Kansas nuclear missile silo into a bizarre 18,000-square-foot castle, and now it's on the market for $3.2 million — see inside Matthew Fulkerson A couple spent 30 years renovating a nuclear missile silo into an underground castle. Now, the Kansas property is for sale for $3.2...

Cboe Global Markets Announces Date of First-Quarter 2020 Earnings Release and Conference Call CHICAGO – March 17, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today said it will announce...

UPDATE 1-Japan's Unizo says Elliott, Ichigo agreed to tender shares Japanese hotel chain Unizo Holdings Co Ltd said on Wednesday top shareholders Elliott Management and Ichigo Asset Management have agreed to tender th...

AI Is Coming for Your Most Mind-Numbing Office Tasks Routine work, like cutting and pasting between documents, is increasingly being automated. But for now, there's little artificial intelligence involv...

FedEx suspends 2020 profit outlook, as coronavirus and turnaround pressure weigh U.S. package delivery company FedEx suspended its 2020 profit outlook on Tuesday, citing the "significant impact" of the coronavirus, and said it wou...

'Radical' money printing plan being considered by the Bank of England The coronavirus represents an unprecedented economic "emergency" and the Bank of England will do anything it takes - even radical money printing oper...

Layoffs Are Just Starting, and the Forecasts Are Bleak Shutdowns in the U.S. retail and hospitality businesses may be an early sign of the job losses that the coronavirus outbreak will inflict on the econ...

Dash: How to Anticipate a Turn Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportunity Month guide show you how to use the Wave Principle to a...

When and Why We Said "… Stocks Should Gap Down at Monday's Open." On March 13, Steve Hochberg and Robert Prechter also saw an unusual "Recurring Pattern" in the Dow: They presented it to subscribers that day. See wh...

FedEx suspends 2020 profit outlook, as coronavirus and turnaround pressure weigh U.S. package delivery company FedEx suspended its 2020 profit outlook on Tuesday, citing the "significant impact" of the coronavirus, and said it wou...

Asia: See What This Time-Tested Indicator Suggests Next From Australia to Japan, a key technical market indicator has been pinned to the ground. In fact, says our editor, he had to "add room to the bottom ...

The Golden State Warriors won't test healthy players for coronavirus after other symptom-free sports stars and celebrities have found easy access to test kits Jeff Chiu/AP The San Francisco-based Golden State Warriors aren't testing healthy players for the coronavirus disease, known as COVID-19. The announc...

UPDATE 2-Investor Ackman tweets to Trump: Close down the country Billionaire investor William Ackman, who has long worried about risks posed by the coronavirus, called on the Trump administration on Wednesday to se...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Market slide wipes out gains of Trump presidency as Covid-19 crisis deepens – business live Fears of a deep downturn are rattling markets despite stimulus packages in US, UK and the eurozoneSummary: Pound weakest since 1985 as FTSE 100 tumbl...

Investor Ackman tweets to Trump: Close down the country Billionaire investor William Ackman, who has long worried about risks posed by the coronavirus, called on the Trump administration on Wednesday to se...

Pound at 35-year low as markets react to 'magnitude of pandemic' Global stock markets have hit reverse again while the pound is at its lowest level against the dollar in 35 years as investors flee ever deepening gl...

SoftBank may not complete $3 billion tender offer for WeWork, sources say SoftBank had planned a $3 billion tender offer for WeWork shares, which were privately held, along with a $1.5 billion acceleration of equity it has ...

‘I don’t want to use the b-word’: Trump aides race to rescue the economy Trump aides are studying the nation’s response after 9/11 and during the 2008-09 crisis to design an aid package for an economy quickly slamming the ...

Europe’s Central Bank Vastly Expands Stimulus Measures A new surge of bond purchases is intended to counteract “serious risks” to the eurozone economy as investors start to doubt Italy’s creditworthiness....

Trump and Coronavirus: President Seeks $500 Billion in Payments for Americans The administration is proposing two waves of checks to individuals and another $500 billion for small and large businesses as part of its economic re...

Emirates asks pilots and cabin crew to take unpaid leave Emirates is asking pilots and cabin crew to take unpaid leave and rival Qatar Airways laid off about 200 staff in Doha this week as the coronavirus o...

Chic Hamptons food stores ransacked by the wealthy amid coronavirus pandemic Wealthy people who have flocked to the Hamptons to escape the coronavirus are ransacking grocery stores in epic shopping sprees that are costing thou...

The Opera browser just made it super easy to buy bitcoin with Apple Pay The Opera browser is now making it easy for users in the US to buy cryptocurrency like bitcoin with Apple Pay. If you use the Android version of the ...

Oil's 30% Collapse: See What Really Happened You'll read many mainstream explanations as to why oil prices collapsed on March 8. But on March 6, Elliott waves already warned that oil was enterin...

A road map to the magnificent wine estates around Cape Town With around 900 wineries in the Western Cape alone, it's good to approach the region with a plan. Here is a three-day guide to exploring the Cape Win...

Coronavirus: U.S. Federal Reserve slashes rates to nearly zero in response to COVID-19 The U.S. Fed cut rates to a target range of 0 per cent to 0.25 per cent and said it would expand its balance sheet by at least US$700 billion in comi...

Ford weighing shift reductions as UAW presses Big 3 automakers to close factories The United Auto Workers union said Tuesday that its leadership has requested a two-week shutdown of operations to safeguard its members during the co...

Sephora, Ulta and other beauty brands shutter stores and shift online as coronavirus changes consumer habits Analysts say the beauty industry tends to be resilient during economic downturns, but it's unclear how social distancing and working from home could ...

Goldman slashes oil forecast, sees US crude at $20 per barrel Goldman Sachs cut its oil forecast based on the coronavirus-induced decline in demand, as well as a coming supply glut as producers prepare to ramp u...

When and Why We Said "… Stocks Should Gap Down at Monday's Open." On March 13, Steve Hochberg and Robert Prechter also saw an unusual "Recurring Pattern" in the Dow: They presented it to subscribers that day. See wh...

'I don't see how we're going to avoid having a recession,' says former Fed advisor as coronavirus outbreak persists Even if every American is given $1,000 to ride out the coronavirus crisis, it's still going to be difficult for the U.S. economy to stay afloat, said...

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Navy awards nearly $320M to Pratt & Whitney to produce F-35 engines The U.S. Navy has awarded United Technologies' Pratt & Whitney a nearly $320 million contract modification to produce 32 propulsion systems for the F...

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Oil mixed after slipping to lowest since early 2016 amid coronavirus chaos Oil prices steadied early on Wednesday after sliding to their lowest in four years, sapped by fears for fuel demand and the global economy amid trave...

US government to give citizens emergency financial aid White House prepares to send direct payments to Americans as part of stimulus packageCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageDona...

The Fed did what it could, but it still can’t stop the financial panic The economic collapse now spreading as fast as the coronavirus requires credit channels to be kept open, but it needs precious funding to flow throug...

When and Why We Said "… Stocks Should Gap Down at Monday's Open." On March 13, Steve Hochberg and Robert Prechter also saw an unusual "Recurring Pattern" in the Dow: They presented it to subscribers that day. See wh...

Oil: Global Ramifications of Falling Prices The sharp decline in oil prices may impact economics, politics, and related markets across the globe. Here's a historical perspective on two previous...

The Fed did what it could, but it still can’t stop the financial panic The economic collapse now spreading as fast as the coronavirus requires credit channels to be kept open, but it needs precious funding to flow throug...

Coronavirus: European banks step up push for regulatory forbearance Central banks have told lenders to eat into their buffers, but intense debate remains over recognition of non-performing loans in the push for debt m...

'I don't see how we're going to avoid having a recession,' says former Fed advisor as coronavirus outbreak persists Even if every American is given $1,000 to ride out the coronavirus crisis, it's still going to be difficult for the U.S. economy to stay afloat, said...

The Fed did what it could, but it still can’t stop the financial panic The economic collapse now spreading as fast as the coronavirus requires credit channels to be kept open, but it needs precious funding to flow throug...

Dash: How to Anticipate a Turn Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportunity Month guide show you how to use the Wave Principle to a...

When and Why We Said "… Stocks Should Gap Down at Monday's Open." On March 13, Steve Hochberg and Robert Prechter also saw an unusual "Recurring Pattern" in the Dow: They presented it to subscribers that day. See wh...

CEO Secrets: 'My lasting, enduring lesson from a Turkish bazaar' Hakan Bulgurlu leads Arçelik, a multi-billion dollar white goods company, but he puts his success in life down to lessons he learned selling gold in ...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Pope Francis tells Italians: 'Don't waste these difficult days' as death toll jumps above 2,500 Pope Francis has advised Italians to try to make the most of the coronavirus crisis by re-discovering the joy of family, as the country struggles to ...

Oil's 30% Collapse: See What Really Happened You'll read many mainstream explanations as to why oil prices collapsed on March 8. But on March 6, Elliott waves already warned that oil was enterin...

A couple converted a Kansas nuclear missile silo into a bizarre 18,000-square-foot castle, and now it's on the market for $3.2 million — see inside Matthew Fulkerson A couple spent 30 years renovating a nuclear missile silo into an underground castle. Now, the Kansas property is for sale for $3.2...

Cboe Global Markets Announces Date of First-Quarter 2020 Earnings Release and Conference Call CHICAGO – March 17, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today said it will announce...

UPDATE 1-Japan's Unizo says Elliott, Ichigo agreed to tender shares Japanese hotel chain Unizo Holdings Co Ltd said on Wednesday top shareholders Elliott Management and Ichigo Asset Management have agreed to tender th...

AI Is Coming for Your Most Mind-Numbing Office Tasks Routine work, like cutting and pasting between documents, is increasingly being automated. But for now, there's little artificial intelligence involv...

FedEx suspends 2020 profit outlook, as coronavirus and turnaround pressure weigh U.S. package delivery company FedEx suspended its 2020 profit outlook on Tuesday, citing the "significant impact" of the coronavirus, and said it wou...

'Radical' money printing plan being considered by the Bank of England The coronavirus represents an unprecedented economic "emergency" and the Bank of England will do anything it takes - even radical money printing oper...

Layoffs Are Just Starting, and the Forecasts Are Bleak Shutdowns in the U.S. retail and hospitality businesses may be an early sign of the job losses that the coronavirus outbreak will inflict on the econ...

Dash: How to Anticipate a Turn Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportunity Month guide show you how to use the Wave Principle to a...

When and Why We Said "… Stocks Should Gap Down at Monday's Open." On March 13, Steve Hochberg and Robert Prechter also saw an unusual "Recurring Pattern" in the Dow: They presented it to subscribers that day. See wh...

GAO: F-35 central logistics system 'does not work properly,' needs redesign The central logistics system of the F-35 fighter plane needs a complete redesign, the General Accounting Office said on Monday after an investigation...

Will the coronavirus pandemic cause a recession? With the world and national count of affected coronavirus patients and deaths rising, along with news of shutdowns for entire countries and regions, ...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

U.S. Stock Futures Rally as Global Markets Seesaw S&P 500 stock futures rose, suggesting U.S. markets could regain some ground after a punishing selloff on Monday, while international equities endure...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Private equity can be the big winner in the Covid-19 bear market The virtue of private capital is that it can withstand short-term volatility in valuations of assets held for the long term – and now is the time to ...

This Will Signal the Bear Market’s Halfway Point Despite the highly dramatic behavior of the stock market, many market participants have been remarkably calm. It’s as if they presume that the ...

Look What’s “Leading the Economy Lower” Despite what you often hear from mainstream sources, it’s the stock market that leads the economy, not the other way around. But there are more...

Businesses Face a New Coronavirus Threat: Shrinking Access to Credit Large and small businesses, which borrow heavily to run their operations, will find it harder to tap credit as the outbreak curtails economic activit...

Here's what happened to the stock market on Monday Stocks tanked once again on Monday after news of the Federal Reserve cutting rates and launching a stimulus package failed to assuage coronavirus con...

This Will Signal the Bear Market’s Halfway Point Despite the highly dramatic behavior of the stock market, many market participants have been remarkably calm. It’s as if they presume that the ...

Stocks open higher after worst day since 1987 U.S. stocks opened higher Tuesday after suffering their worst selloff since 1987 in hopes of containing the fast-spreading coronavirus.   &...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Coronavirus Fight Lays Bare Education’s Digital Divide In China, many rural students lack the connections or hardware to learn remotely. More nations will confront the same reality as the outbreak spreads...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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Saudi Aramco’s Profits Slip as Oil Prices Fall The giant oil producer’s earnings statement for 2019 provides a bleak backdrop for 2020, as prices have collapsed following the coronavirus outbreak....

Salesforce Hires Ex-SBI Boss Arundhati Bhattacharya As India CEO: Report Ms Bhattacharya, 64, will be based in Mumbai and will join in April, the source added. She is currently chairman of SWIFT India, part of a global pay...

This Will Signal the Bear Market’s Halfway Point Despite the highly dramatic behavior of the stock market, many market participants have been remarkably calm. It’s as if they presume that the ...

Oil's 30% Collapse: See What Really Happened You'll read many mainstream explanations as to why oil prices collapsed on March 8. But on March 6, Elliott waves already warned that oil was enterin...

A road map to the magnificent wine estates around Cape Town With around 900 wineries in the Western Cape alone, it's good to approach the region with a plan. Here is a three-day guide to exploring the Cape Win...

Coronavirus: U.S. Federal Reserve slashes rates to nearly zero in response to COVID-19 The U.S. Fed cut rates to a target range of 0 per cent to 0.25 per cent and said it would expand its balance sheet by at least US$700 billion in comi...

Ford weighing shift reductions as UAW presses Big 3 automakers to close factories The United Auto Workers union said Tuesday that its leadership has requested a two-week shutdown of operations to safeguard its members during the co...

Sephora, Ulta and other beauty brands shutter stores and shift online as coronavirus changes consumer habits Analysts say the beauty industry tends to be resilient during economic downturns, but it's unclear how social distancing and working from home could ...

Goldman slashes oil forecast, sees US crude at $20 per barrel Goldman Sachs cut its oil forecast based on the coronavirus-induced decline in demand, as well as a coming supply glut as producers prepare to ramp u...

When and Why We Said "… Stocks Should Gap Down at Monday's Open." On March 13, Steve Hochberg and Robert Prechter also saw an unusual "Recurring Pattern" in the Dow: They presented it to subscribers that day. See wh...

'I don't see how we're going to avoid having a recession,' says former Fed advisor as coronavirus outbreak persists Even if every American is given $1,000 to ride out the coronavirus crisis, it's still going to be difficult for the U.S. economy to stay afloat, said...

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo dismisses talk of a 'shelter in place' order after Mayor Bill de Blasio urged residents to prepare for one Mark Lennihan/AP Photo New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Tuesday that he may issue a "shelter in place" order for the city within the next t...

The government wants to start sending millions of Americans a check. Here's how to use it wisely As the coronavirus brings the U.S. economy to a halt, the Trump administration is weighing new ways to shore up Americans' financial security. That i...

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UPDATE 2-Dutch government to do "everything it takes" to keep KLM going The Netherlands will do "everything it takes" to keep Air France-KLM and Amsterdam's Schiphol airport operating in the wake of the coronavirus epidem...

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‘I don’t want to use the b-word’: Trump aides race to rescue the economy Trump aides are studying the nation’s response after 9/11 and during the 2008-09 crisis to design an aid package for an economy quickly slamming the ...

Cboe Global Markets to Suspend Open Outcry Trading on Chicago Trading Floor as Precautionary Measure CHICAGO – March 12, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today announced that it wil...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

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As China Cracks Down on Coronavirus Coverage, Journalists Fight Back The Communist Party is trying to fill the airwaves with positive stories about its battle against the virus. Chinese reporters, buoyed by widespread ...

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He Has 17,700 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer and Nowhere to Sell Them Amazon cracked down on coronavirus price gouging. Now, while the rest of the world searches, some sellers are holding stockpiles of sanitizer and mas...

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Navy may cancel plans to extend lives of Burke-class destroyers The Navy is jettisoning plans to add 10 years to the expected service lives of its Arleigh Burke-class destroyer fleet, which would result in a loss ...

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Apple to shutter all retail stores outside of China amid coronavirus "We will be closing all of our retail stores outside of Greater China until March 27," company boss Tim Cook said, urging customers to take their iss...

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Bridgewater hedge funds post mixed results amid market turmoil Bridgewater Associates LP, the Ray Dalio-led hedge fund giant famous for making money during the 2008 financial crisis, has posted mixed returns amid...

Air Canada waives fees on rebookings up to 24 hours before travel due to coronavirus The new policy allows passengers to make a one-time change to any ticket bought before March 4 for travel before April 30, provided the trip is compl...

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Two FAA Officials Are Key Witnesses in Criminal Probe of Ex-Boeing Pilot A pair of aviation officials who dealt with Mark Forkner during the approval process years before dual crashes of the MAX jet are now considered key ...

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Navy may cancel plans to extend lives of Burke-class destroyers The Navy is jettisoning plans to add 10 years to the expected service lives of its Arleigh Burke-class destroyer fleet, which would result in a loss ...

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Cboe Global Markets to Suspend Open Outcry Trading on Chicago Trading Floor as Precautionary Measure CHICAGO – March 12, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today announced that it wil...

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As China Cracks Down on Coronavirus Coverage, Journalists Fight Back The Communist Party is trying to fill the airwaves with positive stories about its battle against the virus. Chinese reporters, buoyed by widespread ...

‘I don’t want to use the b-word’: Trump aides race to rescue the economy Trump aides are studying the nation’s response after 9/11 and during the 2008-09 crisis to design an aid package for an economy quickly slamming the ...

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Air Canada waives fees on rebookings up to 24 hours before travel due to coronavirus The new policy allows passengers to make a one-time change to any ticket bought before March 4 for travel before April 30, provided the trip is compl...

'Beyond busy': Costco gets a sales boost from the coronavirus Costco reported stronger sales than analysts were expecting Thursday, thanks in part to a boost the company received from consumers stocking up at it...

Congress Nears Stimulus Deal With White House as Wall Street Suffers Rout House Democrats closed in on a compromise with the Trump administration that would provide paid sick leave and free testing as coronavirus fears fuel...

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The Future of Wheat Futures: The Drama-Free Zone Elliott wave analysis offers forecasts that are independent of external market drama. See the chart and analysis that anticipated wheat's powerful ra...

Two FAA Officials Are Key Witnesses in Criminal Probe of Ex-Boeing Pilot A pair of aviation officials who dealt with Mark Forkner during the approval process years before dual crashes of the MAX jet are now considered key ...

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Cosatu wants a coronavirus stimulus from government Cosatu wants the government to come up with a stimulus plan to prepare for the impact of the coronavirus, potentially stretching the country’s alread...

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Navy may cancel plans to extend lives of Burke-class destroyers The Navy is jettisoning plans to add 10 years to the expected service lives of its Arleigh Burke-class destroyer fleet, which would result in a loss ...

Fiat Chrysler plant workers walk out over coronavirus concerns in Canada Fiat Chrysler's minivan plant in Canada has halted production following workers refusing to work amid concerns of an employee being affected with the...

Air Canada waives fees on rebookings up to 24 hours before travel due to coronavirus The new policy allows passengers to make a one-time change to any ticket bought before March 4 for travel before April 30, provided the trip is compl...

Trump gives people with student loans a break amid coronavirus Trump said people with federal student debt won't have to pay interest amid the coronavirus. That means borrowers could put their payments on pause w...

Oil vs coronavirus: How will Gulf economies fare? A double shock of Covid-19 and falling oil prices brings the spectre of recession to the Gulf, while efforts to diversify economies are being deraile...

Fiat Chrysler plant workers walk out over coronavirus concerns in Canada Fiat Chrysler's minivan plant in Canada has halted production following workers refusing to work amid concerns of an employee being affected with the...

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The Russian historian predicting chaos Turchin says bluntly that if the pressures of elite overproduction, extreme inequality, immiseration, and labor oversupply continue to escalate, the ...

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Let’s Talk About Coronavirus Bailouts, Before We Need Them In 2008, policymakers rescued the economy but raised a divisive debate about the fairness of using tax dollars to save companies. Get ready for a rep...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

Oil's 30% Collapse: See What Really Happened You'll read many mainstream explanations as to why oil prices collapsed on March 8. But on March 6, Elliott waves already warned that oil was enterin...

Saudi Arabia, Russia oil dispute is about the 'restructuring of supply,' says a strategist The oil price rout this week may be a chance for the industry to restructure and could ultimately be a positive for the market, a strategist said on ...

Wall Street stocks fall amid concerns on coronavirus response – business live Disappointment over lack of action in Washington as Bank of England cuts interest ratesUK Budget Live Blog; Sunak pledges £30bn on coronavirus respon...

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Cboe Global Markets Reports Several Trading Volume Records for February 2020 CHICAGO – March 4, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Februar...

Ackman's Pershing Square gains nearly 3% in early 2020, warns of volatility William Ackman's publicly traded hedge fund gained nearly 3% this year, though the billionaire investor warned of volatility ahead as world markets r...

Boeing Acts to Preserve Cash The plane maker plans to freeze hiring and draw down a bank loan, as it deals with pressure from the coronavirus pandemic and delays in the recertifi...

Cramer: I'm more comfortable about the market after Trump acknowledged coronavirus stimulus need "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," CNBC's Jim ...

The Future of Wheat Futures: The Drama-Free Zone Elliott wave analysis offers forecasts that are independent of external market drama. See the chart and analysis that anticipated wheat's powerful ra...

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Europe: "Volatility goes viral." “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, as they say, which is why we have spent the better part of [2019] building a case for substan...

Retiring Into a Shaky Market? Think Long Term Anyway Americans in their mid-60s could live nearly three more decades, research shows, so a healthy dose of stock in your portfolio is actually prudent now...

Before Sell-Off, This Indicator Posted Its “Largest 1-Day Jump” in 10 Years The stock market has a way of surprising investors at major trend turns. Learn how the market “expectations” of this group of Wall Street...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Global stocks plunge after Trump announces coronavirus response package Associated Press Global stocks and US stock market futures dropped late Wednesday with futures for the three major US indexes falling by more than 4....

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Oil falls sharply as US bans travel from Europe over pandemic Oil prices fell again on Thursday, adding to steep losses in the previous session after the U.S. banned travel from Europe following a declaration th...

Wall Street ends 11-year ‘bull market’ as coronavirus fears spread US stock markets have been on an unprecedented streak since 2009, a bull market of gainsWall Street’s record-breaking 11-year “bull market” came to a...

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Economy, stock markets look even shakier after Trump announces European travel ban and NBA suspends season Dow futures tumbled 1,000 points late Wednesday after President Trump announced a 30-day travel ban from Europe to limit the spread of COVID-19. ...

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Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

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Amid Coronavirus Fears, Startups Rethink the Virtual Conference As more gatherings get shut down due to Covid-19, a new group of companies are trying to re-create the experience online. Hotel cocktail not included...

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Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

Prasa to enter into negotiations to acquire Spanish locomotives at reduced price The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) is set to enter into negotiations with Stadler Rail in a bid to acquire the remaining locomotives, ...

Europe: "Volatility goes viral." “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, as they say, which is why we have spent the better part of [2019] building a case for substan...

Hong Kong: BEA and Elliott show solidarity but doubts linger over bank's future Bank of East Asia and activist investor Elliott have long bickered about the weak share performance of Hong Kong’s last family-run lender. A strategi...

Trump embarks on an epic fight to prop up the economy The president is pressing members of his own party to rack up debt in deploying a wide-ranging stimulus package even before evidence of a recession h...

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Asia: See What This Time-Tested Indicator Suggests Next From Australia to Japan, a key technical market indicator has been pinned to the ground. In fact, says our editor, he had to "add room to the bottom ...

METALS-Copper rises on stimulus hopes; global virus spread caps gains London copper prices advanced on Wednesday, backed by hopes for stimulus measures to cushion the rising economic damage of the coronavirus outbreak, ...

Amid Coronavirus Fears, Startups Rethink the Virtual Conference As more gatherings get shut down due to Covid-19, a new group of companies are trying to re-create the experience online. Hotel cocktail not included...

Carney's coronavirus medicine is all about the banks Look beyond the Bank of England's emergency interest rate cut for the real importance and significance in what has been announced today from Threadne...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

Amazon Battles Counterfeit Masks, $400 Hand Sanitizer As the coronavirus spread across the globe, many consumers turned to the retail giant for face masks, hand sanitizer and other virus-killing products...

From frenzy to furlough: Bakeries see thousands in Pi Day sales vanish as coronavirus spreads Bakers in Seattle, San Francisco and New York City are losing thousands of dollars of Pi Day sales as companies close offices due to the COVID-19 out...

Let’s Talk About Coronavirus Bailouts, Before We Need Them In 2008, policymakers rescued the economy but raised a divisive debate about the fairness of using tax dollars to save companies. Get ready for a rep...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

Oil's 30% Collapse: See What Really Happened You'll read many mainstream explanations as to why oil prices collapsed on March 8. But on March 6, Elliott waves already warned that oil was enterin...

Saudi Arabia, Russia oil dispute is about the 'restructuring of supply,' says a strategist The oil price rout this week may be a chance for the industry to restructure and could ultimately be a positive for the market, a strategist said on ...

Wall Street stocks fall amid concerns on coronavirus response – business live Disappointment over lack of action in Washington as Bank of England cuts interest ratesUK Budget Live Blog; Sunak pledges £30bn on coronavirus respon...

Carney's coronavirus medicine is all about the banks Look beyond the Bank of England's emergency interest rate cut for the real importance and significance in what has been announced today from Threadne...

Cboe Global Markets Reports Several Trading Volume Records for February 2020 CHICAGO – March 4, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Februar...

Ackman's Pershing Square gains nearly 3% in early 2020, warns of volatility William Ackman's publicly traded hedge fund gained nearly 3% this year, though the billionaire investor warned of volatility ahead as world markets r...

Boeing Acts to Preserve Cash The plane maker plans to freeze hiring and draw down a bank loan, as it deals with pressure from the coronavirus pandemic and delays in the recertifi...

Cramer: I'm more comfortable about the market after Trump acknowledged coronavirus stimulus need "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," CNBC's Jim ...

The Future of Wheat Futures: The Drama-Free Zone Elliott wave analysis offers forecasts that are independent of external market drama. See the chart and analysis that anticipated wheat's powerful ra...

Retiring Into a Shaky Market? Think Long Term Anyway Americans in their mid-60s could live nearly three more decades, research shows, so a healthy dose of stock in your portfolio is actually prudent now...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Why Monday's Sell-Off in Europe Was No Surprise On February 24, some European markets tumbled as much as 4%. Blaming coronavirus is a handy explanation for sure -- but take a look at what patterns ...

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Coronavirus: The World Bank should care that the public does not understand its pandemic bonds There are legitimate criticisms of pandemic bonds, but the lunatic conspiracy theories online amid the coronavirus panic are damaging; the World Bank...

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U.S. airlines ditch 2020 forecasts, slash flights and costs on virus hit Leading U.S. airlines American and Delta suspended 2020 financial forecasts on Tuesday and took drastic further measures to combat the impact of the ...

Amid Coronavirus Fears, Startups Rethink the Virtual Conference As more gatherings get shut down due to Covid-19, a new group of companies are trying to re-create the experience online. Hotel cocktail not included...

In crisis, Trump team sees a chance to achieve long-sought goals Political and economic damage from the coronavirus crisis is mounting. Some Trump officials see the moment as an opportunity to finally deliver on pr...

It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

Coronavirus: The World Bank should care that the public does not understand its pandemic bonds There are legitimate criticisms of pandemic bonds, but the lunatic conspiracy theories online amid the coronavirus panic are damaging; the World Bank...

'Beyond busy': Costco gets a sales boost from the coronavirus Costco reported stronger sales than analysts were expecting Thursday, thanks in part to a boost the company received from consumers stocking up at it...

Asia: See What This Time-Tested Indicator Suggests Next From Australia to Japan, a key technical market indicator has been pinned to the ground. In fact, says our editor, he had to "add room to the bottom ...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

In this volatile market, it's key to keep it simple When it comes to financial planning during times of crisis, chances are you don't need to find a new strategy or way of doing things. What you need i...

EU Stocks: How Simple Highs and Lows Help You See What's Next Did you know what back in 1987, before the DJIA lost 22% in one day it was already down 14% off the high? Watch our Head of Research apply this lesso...

Rising number of young people excluded from jobs, education and training The number of young people around the world who are neither employed, studying or in some kind of training, is on the rise, according to a new report...

Why male entrepreneurs in the US make double their female counterparts Male-owned businesses have annual revenues that are double that of their female counterparts, a national study of 30,000 businesses by Biz2Credit rev...

Surge of Virus Misinformation Stumps Facebook and Twitter Secret labs. Magic cures. Government plots. Despite efforts by social media companies to stop it, false information about the coronavirus is prolifer...

NORAD, Royal Canadian Air Force intercept Russian plane off Alaskan coast U.S. and Canadian forces worked together to intercept two Russian reconnaissance aircraft off the coast of Alaska on Monday, according to North Ameri...

Prasa to enter into negotiations to acquire Spanish locomotives at reduced price The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) is set to enter into negotiations with Stadler Rail in a bid to acquire the remaining locomotives, ...

Amid Coronavirus Fears, Startups Rethink the Virtual Conference As more gatherings get shut down due to Covid-19, a new group of companies are trying to re-create the experience online. Hotel cocktail not included...

Stocks Soar in Turbulent Trading a Day After Selloff U.S. equity benchmarks soared at the end of a whiplash trading session, one day after a stunning Monday selloff that dealt major indexes their bigges...

Walmart, Starbucks and others face a new coronavirus challenge: Sick workers and fearful customers Retailers, fast-food chains and customer service-related companies face a new challenge as the coronavirus outbreak spreads in the U.S.: Some of thei...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

Prasa to enter into negotiations to acquire Spanish locomotives at reduced price The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) is set to enter into negotiations with Stadler Rail in a bid to acquire the remaining locomotives, ...

Europe: "Volatility goes viral." “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, as they say, which is why we have spent the better part of [2019] building a case for substan...

Hong Kong: BEA and Elliott show solidarity but doubts linger over bank's future Bank of East Asia and activist investor Elliott have long bickered about the weak share performance of Hong Kong’s last family-run lender. A strategi...

Trump embarks on an epic fight to prop up the economy The president is pressing members of his own party to rack up debt in deploying a wide-ranging stimulus package even before evidence of a recession h...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

Asia: See What This Time-Tested Indicator Suggests Next From Australia to Japan, a key technical market indicator has been pinned to the ground. In fact, says our editor, he had to "add room to the bottom ...

METALS-Copper rises on stimulus hopes; global virus spread caps gains London copper prices advanced on Wednesday, backed by hopes for stimulus measures to cushion the rising economic damage of the coronavirus outbreak, ...

In crisis, Trump team sees a chance to achieve long-sought goals Political and economic damage from the coronavirus crisis is mounting. Some Trump officials see the moment as an opportunity to finally deliver on pr...

Surge of Virus Misinformation Stumps Facebook and Twitter Secret labs. Magic cures. Government plots. Despite efforts by social media companies to stop it, false information about the coronavirus is prolifer...

Bezos loses $7 billion overnight, $18 billion in a month, as market sells off on coronavirus fears Concerns over coronavirus have roiled markets and torched hundreds of billions in paper wealth from the world's billionaires over the past month. But...

'Beyond busy': Costco gets a sales boost from the coronavirus Costco reported stronger sales than analysts were expecting Thursday, thanks in part to a boost the company received from consumers stocking up at it...

Rising number of young people excluded from jobs, education and training The number of young people around the world who are neither employed, studying or in some kind of training, is on the rise, according to a new report...

During March-September 2019, Yes Bank Customers Withdrew Rs 18,110 Crore Deposits at Yes Bank witnessed a steady decline during the March-September period last year as customers withdrew over Rs 18,100 crore, in a reflecti...

Oil's 30% Collapse: See What Really Happened You'll read many mainstream explanations as to why oil prices collapsed on March 8. But on March 6, Elliott waves already warned that oil was enterin...

It takes an average of 5 days for coronavirus symptoms to show, new study says Researchers from Johns Hopkins found that 97.5% of people infected with the new coronavirus will show symptoms within 12 days of catching the virus. ...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

In crisis, Trump team sees a chance to achieve long-sought goals Political and economic damage from the coronavirus crisis is mounting. Some Trump officials see the moment as an opportunity to finally deliver on pr...

Cheap credit could prove too pricey for Turkey’s fragile economy Turkey’s strong private-sector banks are its biggest asset – undermining their profitability for short-term political gain will prove counterproducti...

Cboe Global Markets Reports Several Trading Volume Records for February 2020 CHICAGO – March 4, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Februar...

Amid Coronavirus Fears, Startups Rethink the Virtual Conference As more gatherings get shut down due to Covid-19, a new group of companies are trying to re-create the experience online. Hotel cocktail not included...

Before Sell-Off, This Indicator Posted Its “Largest 1-Day Jump” in 10 Years The stock market has a way of surprising investors at major trend turns. Learn how the market “expectations” of this group of Wall Street...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

Ethiopian investigators blame design flaws for Boeing 737 Max crash The March 10, 2019, crash was the second of a Max jet in less than six months and led to the worldwide grounding of the newest version of what had be...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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Gold is a hot investment. Here's why you should resist the urge to buy during the market selloff Gold is coming off its best week since 2016 as coronavirus fears lead investors to seek out an alternative to stocks. Financial advisors say this is ...

US trade deficit narrows in January; exports, imports fall The U.S. trade deficit narrowed more than expected in January as imports declined, and further decreases are likely as the coronavirus outbreak disru...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

It takes an average of 5 days for coronavirus symptoms to show, new study says Researchers from Johns Hopkins found that 97.5% of people infected with the new coronavirus will show symptoms within 12 days of catching the virus. ...

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Reggie Fils-Aime made people fall in love with Nintendo. Can he do it again at GameStop? GameStop announced something of a Hail Mary play late Monday — the addition of some retail industry heavyweights to its board of directors, inc...

Cheap credit could prove too pricey for Turkey’s fragile economy Turkey’s strong private-sector banks are its biggest asset – undermining their profitability for short-term political gain will prove counterproducti...

Tapestry CEO agrees to stay at company for three years, Coach brand president to resign Tapestry said Monday Jide Zeitlin, its chairman and CEO, has agreed to stay with the luxury goods retailer over the next three years to work on its p...

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Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Why Monday's Sell-Off in Europe Was No Surprise On February 24, some European markets tumbled as much as 4%. Blaming coronavirus is a handy explanation for sure -- but take a look at what patterns ...

Pentagon seeks designs for portable nuclear reactors The Defense Department issued contracts to three companies on Monday to begin design work on small, mobile nuclear reactors for use on U.S. military ...

Coronavirus: The World Bank should care that the public does not understand its pandemic bonds There are legitimate criticisms of pandemic bonds, but the lunatic conspiracy theories online amid the coronavirus panic are damaging; the World Bank...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

In this volatile market, it's key to keep it simple When it comes to financial planning during times of crisis, chances are you don't need to find a new strategy or way of doing things. What you need i...

U.S. airlines ditch 2020 forecasts, slash flights and costs on virus hit Leading U.S. airlines American and Delta suspended 2020 financial forecasts on Tuesday and took drastic further measures to combat the impact of the ...

Amid Coronavirus Fears, Startups Rethink the Virtual Conference As more gatherings get shut down due to Covid-19, a new group of companies are trying to re-create the experience online. Hotel cocktail not included...

In crisis, Trump team sees a chance to achieve long-sought goals Political and economic damage from the coronavirus crisis is mounting. Some Trump officials see the moment as an opportunity to finally deliver on pr...

It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

Coronavirus: The World Bank should care that the public does not understand its pandemic bonds There are legitimate criticisms of pandemic bonds, but the lunatic conspiracy theories online amid the coronavirus panic are damaging; the World Bank...

'Beyond busy': Costco gets a sales boost from the coronavirus Costco reported stronger sales than analysts were expecting Thursday, thanks in part to a boost the company received from consumers stocking up at it...

Asia: See What This Time-Tested Indicator Suggests Next From Australia to Japan, a key technical market indicator has been pinned to the ground. In fact, says our editor, he had to "add room to the bottom ...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

In this volatile market, it's key to keep it simple When it comes to financial planning during times of crisis, chances are you don't need to find a new strategy or way of doing things. What you need i...

EU Stocks: How Simple Highs and Lows Help You See What's Next Did you know what back in 1987, before the DJIA lost 22% in one day it was already down 14% off the high? Watch our Head of Research apply this lesso...

Rising number of young people excluded from jobs, education and training The number of young people around the world who are neither employed, studying or in some kind of training, is on the rise, according to a new report...

Why male entrepreneurs in the US make double their female counterparts Male-owned businesses have annual revenues that are double that of their female counterparts, a national study of 30,000 businesses by Biz2Credit rev...

Surge of Virus Misinformation Stumps Facebook and Twitter Secret labs. Magic cures. Government plots. Despite efforts by social media companies to stop it, false information about the coronavirus is prolifer...

NORAD, Royal Canadian Air Force intercept Russian plane off Alaskan coast U.S. and Canadian forces worked together to intercept two Russian reconnaissance aircraft off the coast of Alaska on Monday, according to North Ameri...

Prasa to enter into negotiations to acquire Spanish locomotives at reduced price The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) is set to enter into negotiations with Stadler Rail in a bid to acquire the remaining locomotives, ...

'Fear is now pervasive,' oil expert Dan Yergin says amid market rout The world is in a period of "true turmoil," with financial markets and economies in crisis while a novel coronavirus continues to spread rapidly, oil...

House approves $8.3B to battle coronavirus The House passed an $8.3 billion measure to fund the federal government’s response to the coronavirus outbreak, which has claimed 11 lives and infect...

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Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Saudi Aramco shares dive, Gulf debt hit as oil price plunges Saudi Aramco shares fell by as much as 10% on Monday, extending a dive below the initial public offering price, after Saudi Arabia cut its official s...

Veterans Are Working, but Not in Jobs That Match Their Advanced Training Like most Americans, veterans have benefited from a robust labor market. But skills learned in combat do not always translate to private-sector jobs....

Coronavirus quarantine: For some, missing work could be financially 'crushing' Are you financially prepared if you can't go to work? As fears about the coronavirus mount, so do concerns about possible quarantines, office closure...

Mexico resists triple whammy of risks Analysts still see a sanctuary through the mist, despite Mexico experiencing little growth, confronting a debt overhang at Pemex and bracing for a su...

Coronavirus: The World Bank should care that the public does not understand its pandemic bonds There are legitimate criticisms of pandemic bonds, but the lunatic conspiracy theories online amid the coronavirus panic are damaging; the World Bank...

Flood Risk Foreshadows Spring Planting Farmers could harvest a bountiful crop if the current benign weather pattern holds, but 2019's severe flooding is casting a shadow over spring planti...

It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

What I learned reporting on the coronavirus epidemic in China that could help you CNBC's Beijing Bureau Chief Eunice Yoon gives tips on how she's managed to stay healthy reporting through the coronavirus epidemic in the middle of t...

The Future of Wheat Futures: The Drama-Free Zone Elliott wave analysis offers forecasts that are independent of external market drama. See the chart and analysis that anticipated wheat's powerful ra...

iPhone 12 release and iPhone 9 reportedly delayed due to coronavirus Apple’s iPhone 12 series will feature the first big iPhone redesign in three years, and it’s the most hotly anticipated smartphone releas...

Coronavirus fears, oil price plunge pummel world stocks Global stock markets plunged on Monday and oil prices tumbled by as much as a third after Saudi Arabia launched a price war with Russia, sending inve...

The Future of Wheat Futures: The Drama-Free Zone Elliott wave analysis offers forecasts that are independent of external market drama. See the chart and analysis that anticipated wheat's powerful ra...

In crisis, Trump team sees a chance to achieve long-sought goals Political and economic damage from the coronavirus crisis is mounting. Some Trump officials see the moment as an opportunity to finally deliver on pr...

Surge of Virus Misinformation Stumps Facebook and Twitter Secret labs. Magic cures. Government plots. Despite efforts by social media companies to stop it, false information about the coronavirus is prolifer...

Bezos loses $7 billion overnight, $18 billion in a month, as market sells off on coronavirus fears Concerns over coronavirus have roiled markets and torched hundreds of billions in paper wealth from the world's billionaires over the past month. But...

'Beyond busy': Costco gets a sales boost from the coronavirus Costco reported stronger sales than analysts were expecting Thursday, thanks in part to a boost the company received from consumers stocking up at it...

Rising number of young people excluded from jobs, education and training The number of young people around the world who are neither employed, studying or in some kind of training, is on the rise, according to a new report...

During March-September 2019, Yes Bank Customers Withdrew Rs 18,110 Crore Deposits at Yes Bank witnessed a steady decline during the March-September period last year as customers withdrew over Rs 18,100 crore, in a reflecti...

Oil's 30% Collapse: See What Really Happened You'll read many mainstream explanations as to why oil prices collapsed on March 8. But on March 6, Elliott waves already warned that oil was enterin...

It takes an average of 5 days for coronavirus symptoms to show, new study says Researchers from Johns Hopkins found that 97.5% of people infected with the new coronavirus will show symptoms within 12 days of catching the virus. ...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

In crisis, Trump team sees a chance to achieve long-sought goals Political and economic damage from the coronavirus crisis is mounting. Some Trump officials see the moment as an opportunity to finally deliver on pr...

Cheap credit could prove too pricey for Turkey’s fragile economy Turkey’s strong private-sector banks are its biggest asset – undermining their profitability for short-term political gain will prove counterproducti...

Cboe Global Markets Reports Several Trading Volume Records for February 2020 CHICAGO – March 4, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Februar...

Amid Coronavirus Fears, Startups Rethink the Virtual Conference As more gatherings get shut down due to Covid-19, a new group of companies are trying to re-create the experience online. Hotel cocktail not included...

Before Sell-Off, This Indicator Posted Its “Largest 1-Day Jump” in 10 Years The stock market has a way of surprising investors at major trend turns. Learn how the market “expectations” of this group of Wall Street...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

Ethiopian investigators blame design flaws for Boeing 737 Max crash The March 10, 2019, crash was the second of a Max jet in less than six months and led to the worldwide grounding of the newest version of what had be...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Investment: Dubai risks a post-expo hangover Expo 2020 showcases economic and business opportunities in Dubai. Bankers hope it will lead to a boom in areas such as SME lending and infrastructure...

Gold is a hot investment. Here's why you should resist the urge to buy during the market selloff Gold is coming off its best week since 2016 as coronavirus fears lead investors to seek out an alternative to stocks. Financial advisors say this is ...

US trade deficit narrows in January; exports, imports fall The U.S. trade deficit narrowed more than expected in January as imports declined, and further decreases are likely as the coronavirus outbreak disru...

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Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

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OPEC Proposes a Large Cut in Oil Output The cartel wants to take 1.5 million barrels a day off the market as the coronavirus outbreak curbs demand. But the assent of Russia and others is ne...

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OPEC Proposes a Large Cut in Oil Output The cartel wants to take 1.5 million barrels a day off the market as the coronavirus outbreak curbs demand. But the assent of Russia and others is ne...

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OPEC Proposes a Large Cut in Oil Output The cartel wants to take 1.5 million barrels a day off the market as the coronavirus outbreak curbs demand. But the assent of Russia and others is ne...

The Future of Wheat Futures: The Drama-Free Zone Elliott wave analysis offers forecasts that are independent of external market drama. See the chart and analysis that anticipated wheat's powerful ra...

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Before Sell-Off, This Indicator Posted Its “Largest 1-Day Jump” in 10 Years The stock market has a way of surprising investors at major trend turns. Learn how the market “expectations” of this group of Wall Street...

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Gulf markets still struggle to attract investors Despite MSCI index inclusion and a landmark trade by Saudi Aramco, global funds are still $70 billion underweight Gulf equities, but the UAE and...

The Future of Wheat Futures: The Drama-Free Zone Elliott wave analysis offers forecasts that are independent of external market drama. See the chart and analysis that anticipated wheat's powerful ra...

Bernie Sanders trade pitch: Trump will clobber Biden for NAFTA in Rust Belt states Sen. Bernie Sanders is telling Democratic voters that front-runner Joe Biden's modestly pro-free trade stance makes him unelectable against President...

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Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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Crude Oil: Even a Little Elliott Wave Know-How Goes a Long Way Mainstream pundits love to say that high oil prices are bad for the economy and stocks, while cheap oil is good. Now watch our Energy Pro Service edi...

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Boeing's 'culture of concealment' led to fatal 737 Max crashes, report finds Preliminary findings conclude Boeing ‘jeopardized the safety of the flying public’ in its attempts to get Max approved by regulatorsA “culture of con...

Crude Oil: Even a Little Elliott Wave Know-How Goes a Long Way Mainstream pundits love to say that high oil prices are bad for the economy and stocks, while cheap oil is good. Now watch our Energy Pro Service edi...

Trump launches an urgent fight to save his ticket to reelection The president is pushing for stimulus policies generally preferred by Democrats, as major U.S. businesses signal that coronavirus fears could smother...

Mexico resists triple whammy of risks Analysts still see a sanctuary through the mist, despite Mexico experiencing little growth, confronting a debt overhang at Pemex and bracing for a su...

Sovereign wealth fund appetite for investing in start-ups wanes Sovereign wealth fund investment in venture capital deals slipped to its lowest level in six years in 2019, with the drop-off deepening in the months...

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Cheap credit could prove too pricey for Turkey’s fragile economy Turkey’s strong private-sector banks are its biggest asset – undermining their profitability for short-term political gain will prove counterproducti...

Gulf markets still struggle to attract investors Despite MSCI index inclusion and a landmark trade by Saudi Aramco, global funds are still $70 billion underweight Gulf equities, but the UAE and...

OPEC Proposes a Large Cut in Oil Output The cartel wants to take 1.5 million barrels a day off the market as the coronavirus outbreak curbs demand. But the assent of Russia and others is ne...

Veterans Are Working, but Not in Jobs That Match Their Advanced Training Like most Americans, veterans have benefited from a robust labor market. But skills learned in combat do not always translate to private-sector jobs....

OPEC Proposes a Large Cut in Oil Output The cartel wants to take 1.5 million barrels a day off the market as the coronavirus outbreak curbs demand. But the assent of Russia and others is ne...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Sovereign wealth fund appetite for investing in start-ups wanes Sovereign wealth fund investment in venture capital deals slipped to its lowest level in six years in 2019, with the drop-off deepening in the months...

Mexico resists triple whammy of risks Analysts still see a sanctuary through the mist, despite Mexico experiencing little growth, confronting a debt overhang at Pemex and bracing for a su...

Nashville tornado relief effort puts growing business city to the test After devastating tornadoes struck Nashville, Tennessee, the growing business hub has seen tech giants Amazon and Google, as well as local and region...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Gulf markets still struggle to attract investors Despite MSCI index inclusion and a landmark trade by Saudi Aramco, global funds are still $70 billion underweight Gulf equities, but the UAE and...

'Onward' isn't an instant Pixar classic, but it's a 'funny' and 'heartfelt' film, critics say Pixar has set a high standard for animated movies over the last 25 years, but its latest title "Onward" isn't quite up to par with the animation stud...

Retiring Into a Shaky Market? Think Long Term Anyway Americans in their mid-60s could live nearly three more decades, research shows, so a healthy dose of stock in your portfolio is actually prudent now...

OPEC Proposes a Large Cut in Oil Output The cartel wants to take 1.5 million barrels a day off the market as the coronavirus outbreak curbs demand. But the assent of Russia and others is ne...

Why Monday's Sell-Off in Europe Was No Surprise On February 24, some European markets tumbled as much as 4%. Blaming coronavirus is a handy explanation for sure -- but take a look at what patterns ...

Fed May Need to Buy Other Assets to Replenish Tool Kit, Official Says The Federal Reserve, running low on ammunition to combat the economic threat from coronavirus, may need to purchase assets beyond government-backed d...

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Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

OPEC Proposes a Large Cut in Oil Output The cartel wants to take 1.5 million barrels a day off the market as the coronavirus outbreak curbs demand. But the assent of Russia and others is ne...

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Apple’s iPhone 9 is reportedly delayed due to coronavirus There’s no question whatsoever that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 12 series is the most hotly anticipated launch of 2020. We’re still six...

House approves $8.3B to battle coronavirus The House passed an $8.3 billion measure to fund the federal government’s response to the coronavirus outbreak, which has claimed 11 lives and infect...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

OPEC Proposes a Large Cut in Oil Output The cartel wants to take 1.5 million barrels a day off the market as the coronavirus outbreak curbs demand. But the assent of Russia and others is ne...

Why Monday's Sell-Off in Europe Was No Surprise On February 24, some European markets tumbled as much as 4%. Blaming coronavirus is a handy explanation for sure -- but take a look at what patterns ...

It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

The Future of Wheat Futures: The Drama-Free Zone Elliott wave analysis offers forecasts that are independent of external market drama. See the chart and analysis that anticipated wheat's powerful ra...

Bernie Sanders trade pitch: Trump will clobber Biden for NAFTA in Rust Belt states Sen. Bernie Sanders is telling Democratic voters that front-runner Joe Biden's modestly pro-free trade stance makes him unelectable against President...

US trade deficit narrows in January; exports, imports fall The U.S. trade deficit narrowed more than expected in January as imports declined, and further decreases are likely as the coronavirus outbreak disru...

UPDATE 2-Lebanese leaders oppose paying sovereign debt - presidency Lebanon's top leadership opposes repaying the country's sovereign debt, the presidency said on Saturday, indicating the the heavily indebted state is...

US trade deficit narrows in January; exports, imports fall The U.S. trade deficit narrowed more than expected in January as imports declined, and further decreases are likely as the coronavirus outbreak disru...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

'Beyond busy': Costco gets a sales boost from the coronavirus Costco reported stronger sales than analysts were expecting Thursday, thanks in part to a boost the company received from consumers stocking up at it...

Nashville tornado relief effort puts growing business city to the test After devastating tornadoes struck Nashville, Tennessee, the growing business hub has seen tech giants Amazon and Google, as well as local and region...

Crude Oil: Even a Little Elliott Wave Know-How Goes a Long Way Mainstream pundits love to say that high oil prices are bad for the economy and stocks, while cheap oil is good. Now watch our Energy Pro Service edi...

Crude Oil: Even a Little Elliott Wave Know-How Goes a Long Way Mainstream pundits love to say that high oil prices are bad for the economy and stocks, while cheap oil is good. Now watch our Energy Pro Service edi...

Facebook, Google ask San Francisco staff to work from home amid coronavirus Social media giant Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google on Thursday recommended their San Francisco Bay area employees to work from home to minimiz...

GE sticks to 2020 targets, but says coronavirus to hit cashflow by up to $500 million General Electric reiterated its 2020 cash and profit targets but warned its first-quarter cash flow would take a hit of $300 million to $500 million ...

It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

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It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

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Coronavirus wreaks financial havoc as infections near 100,000 Business districts around the world began to empty and stock markets tumbled on Friday as the number of coronavirus infections neared 100,000 and the...

Coronavirus fails to screen out filmgoers amid box office fears Moviegoers have failed to be deterred by coronavirus, Cineworld has said as it sought to calm investor jitters after the release of the latest James ...

OPEC Proposes a Large Cut in Oil Output The cartel wants to take 1.5 million barrels a day off the market as the coronavirus outbreak curbs demand. But the assent of Russia and others is ne...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

The Company That Fought the Coronavirus and Won After employees at a German auto supplier started falling ill with the coronavirus, executives and health officials used detective work, rapid testin...

US trade deficit narrows in January; exports, imports fall The U.S. trade deficit narrowed more than expected in January as imports declined, and further decreases are likely as the coronavirus outbreak disru...

Tory Burch: 'I got my fair share of patronizing pats on the back when starting out' Tory Burch, the fashion icon who launched a preppy-chic lifestyle brand in 2004 that now tops $1.5 billion in sales, is on a mission: to advance wome...

Investors dump equities, bonds as coronavirus spooks markets, BofA says Investors pulled out of most asset classes, with stocks and bond funds seeing a combined $36 billion of outflows in the week to Wednesday, BofA said,...

Before Sell-Off, This Indicator Posted Its “Largest 1-Day Jump” in 10 Years The stock market has a way of surprising investors at major trend turns. Learn how the market “expectations” of this group of Wall Street...

Here are the indicators that will show when the selling is really over Strategists at RBC Capital Markets and Credit Suisse think some sentiment, technical and policy signals need to be triggered before a bottom can star...

Before Sell-Off, This Indicator Posted Its “Largest 1-Day Jump” in 10 Years The stock market has a way of surprising investors at major trend turns. Learn how the market “expectations” of this group of Wall Street...

Crude Oil: Even a Little Elliott Wave Know-How Goes a Long Way Mainstream pundits love to say that high oil prices are bad for the economy and stocks, while cheap oil is good. Now watch our Energy Pro Service edi...

OPEC Proposes a Large Cut in Oil Output The cartel wants to take 1.5 million barrels a day off the market as the coronavirus outbreak curbs demand. But the assent of Russia and others is ne...

Why Monday's Sell-Off in Europe Was No Surprise On February 24, some European markets tumbled as much as 4%. Blaming coronavirus is a handy explanation for sure -- but take a look at what patterns ...

Fed May Need to Buy Other Assets to Replenish Tool Kit, Official Says The Federal Reserve, running low on ammunition to combat the economic threat from coronavirus, may need to purchase assets beyond government-backed d...

Apple’s iPhone 9 is reportedly delayed due to coronavirus There’s no question whatsoever that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 12 series is the most hotly anticipated launch of 2020. We’re still six...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

OPEC Proposes a Large Cut in Oil Output The cartel wants to take 1.5 million barrels a day off the market as the coronavirus outbreak curbs demand. But the assent of Russia and others is ne...

Asia: See What This Time-Tested Indicator Suggests Next From Australia to Japan, a key technical market indicator has been pinned to the ground. In fact, says our editor, he had to "add room to the bottom ...

Apple’s iPhone 9 is reportedly delayed due to coronavirus There’s no question whatsoever that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 12 series is the most hotly anticipated launch of 2020. We’re still six...

House approves $8.3B to battle coronavirus The House passed an $8.3 billion measure to fund the federal government’s response to the coronavirus outbreak, which has claimed 11 lives and infect...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

OPEC Proposes a Large Cut in Oil Output The cartel wants to take 1.5 million barrels a day off the market as the coronavirus outbreak curbs demand. But the assent of Russia and others is ne...

Why Monday's Sell-Off in Europe Was No Surprise On February 24, some European markets tumbled as much as 4%. Blaming coronavirus is a handy explanation for sure -- but take a look at what patterns ...

It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

USS Theodore Roosevelt strike group visits Vietnam to celebrate diplomatic ties The USS Theodore Roosevelt and USS Bunker Hill arrived Thursday at a port in Da Nang, Vietnam, for a ceremony to celebrate 25 years of U.S.-Vietnam d...

Mexico resists triple whammy of risks Analysts still see a sanctuary through the mist, despite Mexico experiencing little growth, confronting a debt overhang at Pemex and bracing for a su...

Price controls considered in UK to stop hikes in coronavirus essentials The competition regulator is considering whether to advise the government that price controls may be needed to prevent coronavirus outbreak profiteer...

Why the Next Debt Crisis Will (Also) Be Historically Dire EWI’s Head of Global Research explains why you should begin taking steps to brace yourself for a potential financial “storm of biblical p...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

‘Almost Without Precedent’: Airline Industry Hit Hard by Coronavirus The coronavirus could wipe out up to $113 billion in worldwide airline revenues this year, a trade group said, a significant blow to an industry alre...

Price controls considered in UK to stop hikes in coronavirus essentials The competition regulator is considering whether to advise the government that price controls may be needed to prevent coronavirus outbreak profiteer...

Private investment funds in Colombia have $5 billion ready to invest Private investment funds operating in Colombia have around $5 billion available to invest in projects in the Andean country, the investors' guild pre...

GE sticks to 2020 targets, but says coronavirus to hit cashflow by up to $500 million General Electric reiterated its 2020 cash and profit targets but warned its first-quarter cash flow would take a hit of $300 million to $500 million ...

Cboe Global Markets Reports Several Trading Volume Records for February 2020 CHICAGO – March 4, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Februar...

Trump launches an urgent fight to save his ticket to reelection The president is pushing for stimulus policies generally preferred by Democrats, as major U.S. businesses signal that coronavirus fears could smother...

Facebook, Google ask San Francisco staff to work from home amid coronavirus Social media giant Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google on Thursday recommended their San Francisco Bay area employees to work from home to minimiz...

GE sticks to 2020 targets, but says coronavirus to hit cashflow by up to $500 million General Electric reiterated its 2020 cash and profit targets but warned its first-quarter cash flow would take a hit of $300 million to $500 million ...

It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

Tory Burch: 'I got my fair share of patronizing pats on the back when starting out' Tory Burch, the fashion icon who launched a preppy-chic lifestyle brand in 2004 that now tops $1.5 billion in sales, is on a mission: to advance wome...

US weekly jobless claims underscore labor market strength despite coronavirus The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week, suggesting the labor market was on solid footing despite the coronavirus out...

Coronavirus COVID-19 wipes $50 billion off global exports in February alone, as IMF pledges support for vulnerable nations The extent of the damage to the global economy caused by novel coronavirus COVID-19 moved further into focus on Wednesday as UN economists announced ...

Dash: How to Anticipate a Turn Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportunity Month guide show you how to use the Wave Principle to a...

Tory Burch: 'I got my fair share of patronizing pats on the back when starting out' Tory Burch, the fashion icon who launched a preppy-chic lifestyle brand in 2004 that now tops $1.5 billion in sales, is on a mission: to advance wome...

It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

'I'm just worried': Coronavirus prompts companies to pull back on hiring as uncertainty grows The coronavirus is prompting many businesses to pull back on hiring and investment as sales decline and uncertainty grows.     &#...

Coronavirus wreaks financial havoc as infections near 100,000 Business districts around the world began to empty and stock markets tumbled on Friday as the number of coronavirus infections neared 100,000 and the...

Coronavirus fails to screen out filmgoers amid box office fears Moviegoers have failed to be deterred by coronavirus, Cineworld has said as it sought to calm investor jitters after the release of the latest James ...

OPEC Proposes a Large Cut in Oil Output The cartel wants to take 1.5 million barrels a day off the market as the coronavirus outbreak curbs demand. But the assent of Russia and others is ne...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

The Company That Fought the Coronavirus and Won After employees at a German auto supplier started falling ill with the coronavirus, executives and health officials used detective work, rapid testin...

US trade deficit narrows in January; exports, imports fall The U.S. trade deficit narrowed more than expected in January as imports declined, and further decreases are likely as the coronavirus outbreak disru...

Tory Burch: 'I got my fair share of patronizing pats on the back when starting out' Tory Burch, the fashion icon who launched a preppy-chic lifestyle brand in 2004 that now tops $1.5 billion in sales, is on a mission: to advance wome...

Investors dump equities, bonds as coronavirus spooks markets, BofA says Investors pulled out of most asset classes, with stocks and bond funds seeing a combined $36 billion of outflows in the week to Wednesday, BofA said,...

Before Sell-Off, This Indicator Posted Its “Largest 1-Day Jump” in 10 Years The stock market has a way of surprising investors at major trend turns. Learn how the market “expectations” of this group of Wall Street...

Here are the indicators that will show when the selling is really over Strategists at RBC Capital Markets and Credit Suisse think some sentiment, technical and policy signals need to be triggered before a bottom can star...

Before Sell-Off, This Indicator Posted Its “Largest 1-Day Jump” in 10 Years The stock market has a way of surprising investors at major trend turns. Learn how the market “expectations” of this group of Wall Street...

Crude Oil: Even a Little Elliott Wave Know-How Goes a Long Way Mainstream pundits love to say that high oil prices are bad for the economy and stocks, while cheap oil is good. Now watch our Energy Pro Service edi...

The Flaw in Warren Buffett’s Estate Plan Mr. Buffett has instructed his executors to not sell any shares of his firm, Berkshire Hathaway. But these types of directives typically result in la...

British regional airline Flybe collapses after coronavirus blow British regional airline Flybe collapsed on Thursday after a plunge in travel demand, making the struggling carrier the industry's first big casualty...

Uneven week proves Wall Street fears coronavirus and Bernie Sanders So, what did we learn about the stock market this week? First, that Wall Street understands the Federal Reserve isn’t a medical research organization...

UBS hardens energy lending as 'sustainable' investments rise Switzerland's UBS said the value of its 'sustainable' investments rose by more than 50% to nearly $500 billion in 2019, while lending to the energy a...

It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

Tory Burch: 'I got my fair share of patronizing pats on the back when starting out' Tory Burch, the fashion icon who launched a preppy-chic lifestyle brand in 2004 that now tops $1.5 billion in sales, is on a mission: to advance wome...

It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Fragile Retirement Funds Tested by Market Volatility, Bond Yields Pension funds are faced with even lower bond yields and no assurance that the equity market will rescue them amid worries about effects of the corona...

US weekly jobless claims underscore labor market strength despite coronavirus The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week, suggesting the labor market was on solid footing despite the coronavirus out...

Why Monday's Sell-Off in Europe Was No Surprise On February 24, some European markets tumbled as much as 4%. Blaming coronavirus is a handy explanation for sure -- but take a look at what patterns ...

Rosalind P. Walter, the First ‘Rosie the Riveter,’ Is Dead at 95 A daughter of privilege who worked on an assembly line during World War II, she became a principal benefactor of PBS, her name intoned on a host of p...

Why Monday's Sell-Off in Europe Was No Surprise On February 24, some European markets tumbled as much as 4%. Blaming coronavirus is a handy explanation for sure -- but take a look at what patterns ...

What We Said -- and Showed -- Before and After the Big Stock Market Fall You've read it before, you'll read it again: Stocks fell on coronavirus fears. That’s the noise, now get the signal: time-tested indicators and chart...

Investment: Dubai risks a post-expo hangover Expo 2020 showcases economic and business opportunities in Dubai. Bankers hope it will lead to a boom in areas such as SME lending and infrastructure...

USS Theodore Roosevelt strike group visits Vietnam to celebrate diplomatic ties The USS Theodore Roosevelt and USS Bunker Hill arrived Thursday at a port in Da Nang, Vietnam, for a ceremony to celebrate 25 years of U.S.-Vietnam d...

Mexico resists triple whammy of risks Analysts still see a sanctuary through the mist, despite Mexico experiencing little growth, confronting a debt overhang at Pemex and bracing for a su...

Price controls considered in UK to stop hikes in coronavirus essentials The competition regulator is considering whether to advise the government that price controls may be needed to prevent coronavirus outbreak profiteer...

Why the Next Debt Crisis Will (Also) Be Historically Dire EWI’s Head of Global Research explains why you should begin taking steps to brace yourself for a potential financial “storm of biblical p...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

‘Almost Without Precedent’: Airline Industry Hit Hard by Coronavirus The coronavirus could wipe out up to $113 billion in worldwide airline revenues this year, a trade group said, a significant blow to an industry alre...

Price controls considered in UK to stop hikes in coronavirus essentials The competition regulator is considering whether to advise the government that price controls may be needed to prevent coronavirus outbreak profiteer...

Private investment funds in Colombia have $5 billion ready to invest Private investment funds operating in Colombia have around $5 billion available to invest in projects in the Andean country, the investors' guild pre...

GE sticks to 2020 targets, but says coronavirus to hit cashflow by up to $500 million General Electric reiterated its 2020 cash and profit targets but warned its first-quarter cash flow would take a hit of $300 million to $500 million ...

Cboe Global Markets Reports Several Trading Volume Records for February 2020 CHICAGO – March 4, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Februar...

Trump launches an urgent fight to save his ticket to reelection The president is pushing for stimulus policies generally preferred by Democrats, as major U.S. businesses signal that coronavirus fears could smother...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

This new rule could change how annuities are sold When it comes to protecting consumers' money, many in the financial industry are in one of two camps: those in favor of a 'fiduciary rule' or those w...

GM Lays Out Its Electric Future The auto maker is renewing its push to convince Wall Street that it is the car company to bet on for electric cars, detailing its plans for investmen...

UPDATE 1-U.S. health chief: Labs can develop coronavirus test without FDA approval The Trump administration is working to allow laboratories to develop their own coronavirus tests without seeking regulatory approval first, U.S. Heal...

The Flaw in Warren Buffett’s Estate Plan Mr. Buffett has instructed his executors to not sell any shares of his firm, Berkshire Hathaway. But these types of directives typically result in la...

Asia: See What This Time-Tested Indicator Suggests Next From Australia to Japan, a key technical market indicator has been pinned to the ground. In fact, says our editor, he had to "add room to the bottom ...

Tory Burch: 'I got my fair share of patronizing pats on the back when starting out' Tory Burch, the fashion icon who launched a preppy-chic lifestyle brand in 2004 and turned it into a $1.5 billion empire, is on a mission: to advance...

The Future of Wheat Futures: The Drama-Free Zone Elliott wave analysis offers forecasts that are independent of external market drama. See the chart and analysis that anticipated wheat's powerful ra...

Tory Burch: 'I got my fair share of patronizing pats on the back when starting out' Tory Burch, the fashion icon who launched a preppy-chic lifestyle brand in 2004 that now tops $1.5 billion in sales, is on a mission: to advance wome...

Cboe Global Markets Reports Several Trading Volume Records for February 2020 CHICAGO – March 4, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Februar...

Why the Next Debt Crisis Will (Also) Be Historically Dire EWI’s Head of Global Research explains why you should begin taking steps to brace yourself for a potential financial “storm of biblical p...

It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

CSG-12 assumes operational control of USS Gerald Ford Carrier Strike Group 12 has assumed operational control of the USS Gerald R. Ford, which begins flight deck certification this month off the coast of...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Apple’s iPhone 12 will crush every other smartphone in 2020 for two reasons Buzz surrounding the upcoming new iPhone 12 lineup is really starting to pick up now, which should be fairly troubling to Apple’s rivals since ...

Crude Oil: Even a Little Elliott Wave Know-How Goes a Long Way Mainstream pundits love to say that high oil prices are bad for the economy and stocks, while cheap oil is good. Now watch our Energy Pro Service edi...

CSG-12 assumes operational control of USS Gerald Ford Carrier Strike Group 12 has assumed operational control of the USS Gerald R. Ford, which begins flight deck certification this month off the coast of...

Dash: How to Anticipate a Turn Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportunity Month guide show you how to use the Wave Principle to a...

She dropped out of college to build a multimillion-dollar business — but she wouldn't recommend it Rachel Lim is one of those most enviable success stories: A college dropout whose side hustle turned into a multimillion-dollar business. But is it a...

Tory Burch: 'I got my fair share of patronizing pats on the back when starting out' Tory Burch, the fashion icon who launched a preppy-chic lifestyle brand in 2004 that now tops $1.5 billion in sales, is on a mission: to advance wome...

Bentley unveils $2 million Mulliner Bacalar sports car with 5,000-year-old wood The iconic British automaker is describing the car as the "rarest two-door Bentley of the modern era." The company is only producing 12 of the vehicl...

Global Markets Follow U.S. Stocks Higher Shares in Asia rose Thursday, after U.S. stocks surged on growing signs of a coordinated response to the coronavirus and a strong Super Tuesday perfo...

IMF: coronavirus means 2020 growth will be lower than 2019 Fund offers $50bn for affected countries as outbreak spreads to 70 of its 189 membersCoronavirus – all the latest developmentsThe International Monet...

The Flaw in Warren Buffett’s Estate Plan Mr. Buffett has instructed his executors to not sell any shares of his firm, Berkshire Hathaway. But these types of directives typically result in la...

British regional airline Flybe collapses after coronavirus blow British regional airline Flybe collapsed on Thursday after a plunge in travel demand, making the struggling carrier the industry's first big casualty...

Uneven week proves Wall Street fears coronavirus and Bernie Sanders So, what did we learn about the stock market this week? First, that Wall Street understands the Federal Reserve isn’t a medical research organization...

UBS hardens energy lending as 'sustainable' investments rise Switzerland's UBS said the value of its 'sustainable' investments rose by more than 50% to nearly $500 billion in 2019, while lending to the energy a...

It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

Tory Burch: 'I got my fair share of patronizing pats on the back when starting out' Tory Burch, the fashion icon who launched a preppy-chic lifestyle brand in 2004 that now tops $1.5 billion in sales, is on a mission: to advance wome...

It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Fragile Retirement Funds Tested by Market Volatility, Bond Yields Pension funds are faced with even lower bond yields and no assurance that the equity market will rescue them amid worries about effects of the corona...

US weekly jobless claims underscore labor market strength despite coronavirus The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week, suggesting the labor market was on solid footing despite the coronavirus out...

Why Monday's Sell-Off in Europe Was No Surprise On February 24, some European markets tumbled as much as 4%. Blaming coronavirus is a handy explanation for sure -- but take a look at what patterns ...

Rosalind P. Walter, the First ‘Rosie the Riveter,’ Is Dead at 95 A daughter of privilege who worked on an assembly line during World War II, she became a principal benefactor of PBS, her name intoned on a host of p...

Why Monday's Sell-Off in Europe Was No Surprise On February 24, some European markets tumbled as much as 4%. Blaming coronavirus is a handy explanation for sure -- but take a look at what patterns ...

What We Said -- and Showed -- Before and After the Big Stock Market Fall You've read it before, you'll read it again: Stocks fell on coronavirus fears. That’s the noise, now get the signal: time-tested indicators and chart...

Investment: Dubai risks a post-expo hangover Expo 2020 showcases economic and business opportunities in Dubai. Bankers hope it will lead to a boom in areas such as SME lending and infrastructure...

Northrop Grumman awarded $262.3M modification for AESA radar systems Northrop Grumman was awarded a $262.3 million deal for Active Electronically Scanned Array radars on F-16 aircraft for the Air Force, the Department ...

Why Monday's Sell-Off in Europe Was No Surprise On February 24, some European markets tumbled as much as 4%. Blaming coronavirus is a handy explanation for sure -- but take a look at what patterns ...

Rich Swiss say their model of wealth taxes could work for the United States A country known as a place to avoid taxes could be the ideal example for wealth-tax backers such as Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren...

How the Coronavirus’ Effect on the Fashion Industry Reveals Flaws in the Global Economy After the coronavirus outbreak forced Chinese fashion designers, buyers and other industry insiders to skip Milan’s Fashion Week in late Februa...

The Flaw in Warren Buffett’s Estate Plan Mr. Buffett has instructed his executors to not sell any shares of his firm, Berkshire Hathaway. But these types of directives typically result in la...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

Northrop Grumman awarded $262.3M modification for AESA radar systems Northrop Grumman was awarded a $262.3 million deal for Active Electronically Scanned Array radars on F-16 aircraft for the Air Force, the Department ...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

Asia: See What This Time-Tested Indicator Suggests Next From Australia to Japan, a key technical market indicator has been pinned to the ground. In fact, says our editor, he had to "add room to the bottom ...

Bentley unveils $2 million Mulliner Bacalar sports car with 5,000-year-old wood The iconic British automaker is describing the car as the "rarest two-door Bentley of the modern era." The company is only producing 12 of the vehicl...

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SBI Cards IPO Subscribed Over 15 Times On Day 3 SBI Cards and Payment Services' initial public offer (IPO) got oversubscribed 15.49 times on Wednesday, the third day of the subscription, NSE data s...

What We Said -- and Showed -- Before and After the Big Stock Market Fall You've read it before, you'll read it again: Stocks fell on coronavirus fears. That’s the noise, now get the signal: time-tested indicators and chart...

Trump launches an urgent fight to save his ticket to reelection The president is pushing for stimulus policies generally preferred by Democrats, as major U.S. businesses signal that coronavirus fears could smother...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

This new rule could change how annuities are sold When it comes to protecting consumers' money, many in the financial industry are in one of two camps: those in favor of a 'fiduciary rule' or those w...

GM Lays Out Its Electric Future The auto maker is renewing its push to convince Wall Street that it is the car company to bet on for electric cars, detailing its plans for investmen...

UPDATE 1-U.S. health chief: Labs can develop coronavirus test without FDA approval The Trump administration is working to allow laboratories to develop their own coronavirus tests without seeking regulatory approval first, U.S. Heal...

The Flaw in Warren Buffett’s Estate Plan Mr. Buffett has instructed his executors to not sell any shares of his firm, Berkshire Hathaway. But these types of directives typically result in la...

Asia: See What This Time-Tested Indicator Suggests Next From Australia to Japan, a key technical market indicator has been pinned to the ground. In fact, says our editor, he had to "add room to the bottom ...

Tory Burch: 'I got my fair share of patronizing pats on the back when starting out' Tory Burch, the fashion icon who launched a preppy-chic lifestyle brand in 2004 and turned it into a $1.5 billion empire, is on a mission: to advance...

The Future of Wheat Futures: The Drama-Free Zone Elliott wave analysis offers forecasts that are independent of external market drama. See the chart and analysis that anticipated wheat's powerful ra...

Tory Burch: 'I got my fair share of patronizing pats on the back when starting out' Tory Burch, the fashion icon who launched a preppy-chic lifestyle brand in 2004 that now tops $1.5 billion in sales, is on a mission: to advance wome...

Cboe Global Markets Reports Several Trading Volume Records for February 2020 CHICAGO – March 4, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Februar...

Why the Next Debt Crisis Will (Also) Be Historically Dire EWI’s Head of Global Research explains why you should begin taking steps to brace yourself for a potential financial “storm of biblical p...

It may get harder for consumers to tell how some financial advisors get paid The CFP Board, which oversees standards for 86,000 certified financial planners in the U.S., removed the ability for consumers to search for an advis...

CSG-12 assumes operational control of USS Gerald Ford Carrier Strike Group 12 has assumed operational control of the USS Gerald R. Ford, which begins flight deck certification this month off the coast of...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Apple’s iPhone 12 will crush every other smartphone in 2020 for two reasons Buzz surrounding the upcoming new iPhone 12 lineup is really starting to pick up now, which should be fairly troubling to Apple’s rivals since ...

Crude Oil: Even a Little Elliott Wave Know-How Goes a Long Way Mainstream pundits love to say that high oil prices are bad for the economy and stocks, while cheap oil is good. Now watch our Energy Pro Service edi...

CSG-12 assumes operational control of USS Gerald Ford Carrier Strike Group 12 has assumed operational control of the USS Gerald R. Ford, which begins flight deck certification this month off the coast of...

Dash: How to Anticipate a Turn Cryptocurrency Dash rallied 261% over the past couple of months. Watch our Crypto Opportunity Month guide show you how to use the Wave Principle to a...

She dropped out of college to build a multimillion-dollar business — but she wouldn't recommend it Rachel Lim is one of those most enviable success stories: A college dropout whose side hustle turned into a multimillion-dollar business. But is it a...

Tory Burch: 'I got my fair share of patronizing pats on the back when starting out' Tory Burch, the fashion icon who launched a preppy-chic lifestyle brand in 2004 that now tops $1.5 billion in sales, is on a mission: to advance wome...

Bentley unveils $2 million Mulliner Bacalar sports car with 5,000-year-old wood The iconic British automaker is describing the car as the "rarest two-door Bentley of the modern era." The company is only producing 12 of the vehicl...

Global Markets Follow U.S. Stocks Higher Shares in Asia rose Thursday, after U.S. stocks surged on growing signs of a coordinated response to the coronavirus and a strong Super Tuesday perfo...

IMF: coronavirus means 2020 growth will be lower than 2019 Fund offers $50bn for affected countries as outbreak spreads to 70 of its 189 membersCoronavirus – all the latest developmentsThe International Monet...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

What We Said -- and Showed -- Before and After the Big Stock Market Fall You've read it before, you'll read it again: Stocks fell on coronavirus fears. That’s the noise, now get the signal: time-tested indicators and chart...

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Goldman now sees the Federal Reserve getting even more aggressive in the face of coronavirus scare With fears over a global slowdown intensifying, the Fed likely will announce a 50 basis point cut at its March meeting, if not sooner, the firm said....

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Wuhan, epicentre of coronavirus, gives Shanghai an IPO to shout about A snack food firm from Wuhan has completed its $70 million IPO in Shanghai, the first out of the gate since Chinese New Year. Its canny bankers helpe...

Rial’s promotion underlines Santander’s LatAm shift The gravitational pull of Latin America on Santander has resulted in the move to appoint Santander Brasil CEO Sergio Rial to the bank’s board as exec...

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Rolls Royce's China sales fall 'close to zero' due to coronavirus Sales of Rolls-Royces have fallen "pretty close to zero" in China due to the spread of coronavirus, but the company sees early signs of possible reco...

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One of Apple’s biggest events of 2020 is coming up – will coronavirus ruin it? We’re only two months into 2020, and already a growing handful of major tech industry events have been completely scuttled thanks to the ongoin...

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UK banks Lloyds and Virgin Money plan to reduce headcounts to cut costs This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence Banking subscribers earlier this morning. To get this story plus others to your inbox each ...

One of Apple’s biggest events of 2020 is coming up – will coronavirus ruin it? We’re only two months into 2020, and already a growing handful of major tech industry events have been completely scuttled thanks to the ongoin...

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Wuhan, epicentre of coronavirus, gives Shanghai an IPO to shout about A snack food firm from Wuhan has completed its $70 million IPO in Shanghai, the first out of the gate since Chinese New Year. Its canny bankers helpe...

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"What Were You Reading?" The Flash Service Chart Before the Big Decline On February 24th, the U.S. stock market saw a huge one-day decline. Headlines blamed the coronavirus ... yet those stories are badly mistaken. Now se...

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Me & the Bees Lemonade founder started her empire at 4 years old. Her motto: 'Dream like a kid' Mikaila Ulmer has been running a business since she was four-years-old. Her dreams are bigger than a lemonade stand as she hopes to provide funding t...

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"What Were You Reading?" The Flash Service Chart Before the Big Decline On February 24th, the U.S. stock market saw a huge one-day decline. Headlines blamed the coronavirus ... yet those stories are badly mistaken. Now se...

Eight men in frame to run Norway wealth fund, including deputy CEO Eight candidates have applied to head Norway's sovereign wealth fund, the country's central bank said on Tuesday, as its board prepares to decide who...

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New ‘animatronic’ Baby Yoda already sold out until next December You may need a bounty hunter to snag Baby Yoda. Hasbro’s new “Child Animatronic” version of the infant Star Wars character — which “giggles and babbl...

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Why Japanese baseball fans are as riveting as the game itself Baseball is a national phenomenon in Japan, and attending a game is anything but a mere spectator sport. While a leisurely day at the ball park is th...

Mexico's Peso Shines Even as Economy Wobbles The Mexican peso has outperformed the currencies of its regional peers Brazil, Chile and Colombia even as the country's US-dependent economy contract...

Air Force squadron from Little Rock trains with colleagues at Yokota AFB Airmen from Yokota Air Base has welcomed four Air Mobility Command C-130J Super Hercules aircraft from Little Rock Air Force Base in Arkansas, the Ai...

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Your Netflix bill might be going up by a few dollars, but Netflix isn’t raising prices Like it or not, your monthly Netflix bill could go up anywhere from a dollar to a few dollars a month soon, thanks to state governments increasingly ...

China lifts ban on US poultry as part of phase one deal concessions on agriculture The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and the Agriculture Department announced Tuesday that China lifted a ban on U.S. poultry products and mad...

"What Were You Reading?" The Flash Service Chart Before the Big Decline On February 24th, the U.S. stock market saw a huge one-day decline. Headlines blamed the coronavirus ... yet those stories are badly mistaken. Now se...

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This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

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Pentagon considers 'scaling back' exercises due to coronavirus The U.S. military is considering scaling back international exercises and extending closure of overseas facilities as coronavirus spreads across the ...

Cheap credit could prove too pricey for Turkey’s fragile economy Turkey’s strong private-sector banks are its biggest asset – undermining their profitability for short-term political gain will prove counterproducti...

Mastercard shares drop after company warns coronavirus may hit 2020 revenue Shares of Mastercard fell on Monday after the credit card company issued a warning that the fast-spreading coronavirus could hurt its revenue this ye...

As Covid-19 Spreads, Amazon Tries to Curb Mask Price Gouging Sellers report receiving messages from the company that their face masks are too expensive, while users on Amazon's forum debate the ethics of raisin...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

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Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Wuhan, epicentre of coronavirus, gives Shanghai an IPO to shout about A snack food firm from Wuhan has completed its $70 million IPO in Shanghai, the first out of the gate since Chinese New Year. Its canny bankers helpe...

"What Were You Reading?" The Flash Service Chart Before the Big Decline On February 24th, the U.S. stock market saw a huge one-day decline. Headlines blamed the coronavirus ... yet those stories are badly mistaken. Now se...

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One map shows how the coronavirus outbreak has spread to 35 countries around the world Reuters A coronavirus outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China, has killed more than 2,600 people and infected nearly 80,000. At least 34 countries o...

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New products help institutions take exposure to surging bitcoin A fully insured, low-cost bitcoin tracker fund with institutional-grade custody is the latest effort to build a bridge for mainstream investors into ...

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Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

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Coronavirus: One reason NOT to Panic Did you know that the largest two epidemics of the past two decades -- SARS and Swine Flu -- did not crash the stock market. In fact… well, we won't ...

In Coronavirus Fight, China Sidelines an Ally: Its Own People The outbreak has exposed the powerlessness of private charities, civic groups and others who could help the effort but whom the Communist Party consi...

The coronavirus means tense times for small business owners who import products from China For small business owners who sell products on Amazon, prolonged factory closures threaten supply, and falling out of stock can mean losing a prized ...

Coronavirus: One reason NOT to Panic Did you know that the largest two epidemics of the past two decades -- SARS and Swine Flu -- did not crash the stock market. In fact… well, we won't ...

The truth about 'greedy' seniors and the 'war' between generations Former U.S. senator Alan Simpson summarized the argument well: seniors fighting Social Security benefit cuts were nothing more than “greedy geezers” ...

Boeing heads to court amid fight over release of 737 MAX documents Boeing Co heads to court on Wednesday to dispute a request from lawyers representing victims of a 737 MAX crash for documents related to the aircraft...

The coronavirus means tense times for small business owners who import products from China For small business owners who sell products on Amazon, prolonged factory closures threaten supply, and falling out of stock can mean losing a prized ...

Fintech: Nickel draws on banque-tabac model After turning French banking upside down, Compte Nickel is taking its tech-savvy approach to financial inclusion abroad. Insiders say its barebones a...

Crude Oil Enters Bear Market: An (In)Convenient Coronavirus Truth? The coronavirus is NOT "driving" crude oil's decline. On Jan. 21, Energy Pro Service warned of a pattern set to take oil prices below $50 per barrel....

E. Jean Carroll Says Elle Magazine Fired Her After Trump Rape Accusation The longtime columnist blamed Donald J. Trump for her departure from the magazine, saying in a defamation lawsuit he had damaged her reputation by ca...

Yes, voters will reward Trump for the economy President Barack Obama has refused to send a single tweet defending the honor of his former vice president, whose presidential campaign is in its dea...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Meme-makers are newest frontier in Facebook’s political content debate The social media giant told reporters last week that it would allow political campaigns and candidates to pay influencers to create sponsored content...

Is Argentina headed for the rocks? The rhetorical battle between Argentina’s government, the IMF and bondholders is heating up but the bigger – largely ignored – issue appears to be th...

Burger King SA buyer sets out future plans Listed empowerment group Grand Parade Investments has signed an offer to sell Burger King SA to Africa-focused private equity firm Emerging Capital P...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

Yes, voters will reward Trump for the economy President Barack Obama has refused to send a single tweet defending the honor of his former vice president, whose presidential campaign is in its dea...

The coronavirus means tense times for small business owners who import products from China For small business owners who sell products on Amazon, prolonged factory closures threaten supply, and falling out of stock can mean losing a prized ...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Fed Flagged Coronavirus Risk at January Meeting Chair Jerome H. Powell and his colleagues discussed the potential economic effects of the virus and lower bank capital at their last meeting, a recap...

CENTCOM: Seizure fits 'historical pattern' of Iran arms sales to Houthi rebels Navy Capt. William Urban told reporters Wednesday that a recent seizure of Iranian-made weapons in the Arabian Sea "fit a consistent historical patte...

Is Argentina headed for the rocks? The rhetorical battle between Argentina’s government, the IMF and bondholders is heating up but the bigger – largely ignored – issue appears to be th...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

CENTCOM: Seizure fits 'historical pattern' of Iran arms sales to Houthi rebels Navy Capt. William Urban told reporters Wednesday that a recent seizure of Iranian-made weapons in the Arabian Sea "fit a consistent historical patte...

Special risk survey: Coronavirus dampens enthusiasm for China Euromoney asked its panel of Asia analysts to assess the effects on investor risk of the novel coronavirus (Covid-2019) disease outbreak. This, the f...

UBS CEO Ermotti Steps Down, ING's Hamers Named New Chief UBS Group Chief Executive Sergio Ermotti is stepping down and will be succeeded by current ING Groep boss Ralph Hamers, marking another leadership ch...

Democratic Debate: Bloomberg says he's 'fan' of Obamacare – but Biden suggests a fact check Mike Bloomberg gave glimpses into where he stands on health care, taxes at Democratic Debate and spoke of how he treats his female employees.  &...

The coronavirus means tense times for small business owners who import products from China For small business owners who sell products on Amazon, prolonged factory closures threaten supply, and falling out of stock can mean losing a prized ...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

India’s Nifty 50: Does the Bad Jobs Outlook Spell Trouble for Stocks? Many investors believe that economic news has an effect on the stock market. But a review of financial history shows that this just isn’t so. C...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Apple just revolutionized another massive industry, and no one’s even talking about it I don’t really know when this started, but every time I make a run to Target these days I instinctively reach for my phone and complete my purc...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Everyone wants a do-over. Here are the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they'd do differently Everyone wants a do-over. Here's the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they'd do differently in starting a business. A lot of it comes down to sa...

Michael Bloomberg Will Sell Bloomberg LP if Elected President The billionaire candidate would put the financial-data and media company he co-founded nearly 40 years ago in a blind trust and eventually sell it, a...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Deliver Us, Lord, From the Startup Life In the Midwest, Christian entrepreneurs are searching for relief from the corrosive grind of company-building—while some faith leaders preach the gos...

Why Does Europe Seem Like Such a Basket Case Right Now? This eye-opening video goes beyond the financial markets. It hits at the heart of the question that bothers so many people today: Why does the "Europ...

MPs set to quiz SAA's business rescue practitioners for the first time The oversight committee on public accounts will on Wednesday morning be briefed on the latest developments in the process to save the national carrie...

Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those ...

Walmart's grocery business is winning over more affluent shoppers As its online grocery business grows, Walmart is seeing pricier items like choice cuts of meat and organic fruits and vegetables in customers' basket...

Junk Bonds: 2 “Golden” Junctures The “golden ratio” is often found in the chart patterns of financial markets and often marks a key juncture. EWI’s Head of Global R...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Coronavirus: One reason NOT to Panic Did you know that the largest two epidemics of the past two decades -- SARS and Swine Flu -- did not crash the stock market. In fact… well, we won't ...

In Coronavirus Fight, China Sidelines an Ally: Its Own People The outbreak has exposed the powerlessness of private charities, civic groups and others who could help the effort but whom the Communist Party consi...

The coronavirus means tense times for small business owners who import products from China For small business owners who sell products on Amazon, prolonged factory closures threaten supply, and falling out of stock can mean losing a prized ...

Coronavirus: One reason NOT to Panic Did you know that the largest two epidemics of the past two decades -- SARS and Swine Flu -- did not crash the stock market. In fact… well, we won't ...

The truth about 'greedy' seniors and the 'war' between generations Former U.S. senator Alan Simpson summarized the argument well: seniors fighting Social Security benefit cuts were nothing more than “greedy geezers” ...

Boeing heads to court amid fight over release of 737 MAX documents Boeing Co heads to court on Wednesday to dispute a request from lawyers representing victims of a 737 MAX crash for documents related to the aircraft...

The coronavirus means tense times for small business owners who import products from China For small business owners who sell products on Amazon, prolonged factory closures threaten supply, and falling out of stock can mean losing a prized ...

Fintech: Nickel draws on banque-tabac model After turning French banking upside down, Compte Nickel is taking its tech-savvy approach to financial inclusion abroad. Insiders say its barebones a...

Crude Oil Enters Bear Market: An (In)Convenient Coronavirus Truth? The coronavirus is NOT "driving" crude oil's decline. On Jan. 21, Energy Pro Service warned of a pattern set to take oil prices below $50 per barrel....

E. Jean Carroll Says Elle Magazine Fired Her After Trump Rape Accusation The longtime columnist blamed Donald J. Trump for her departure from the magazine, saying in a defamation lawsuit he had damaged her reputation by ca...

Yes, voters will reward Trump for the economy President Barack Obama has refused to send a single tweet defending the honor of his former vice president, whose presidential campaign is in its dea...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Meme-makers are newest frontier in Facebook’s political content debate The social media giant told reporters last week that it would allow political campaigns and candidates to pay influencers to create sponsored content...

Is Argentina headed for the rocks? The rhetorical battle between Argentina’s government, the IMF and bondholders is heating up but the bigger – largely ignored – issue appears to be th...

Burger King SA buyer sets out future plans Listed empowerment group Grand Parade Investments has signed an offer to sell Burger King SA to Africa-focused private equity firm Emerging Capital P...

Coronavirus: Opportunities in the Chaos Is the coronavirus really to blame for market mayhem? Might the chaos present opportunities for astute investors? EWI's Chief Asian-Pacific Analyst M...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

TC Energy CEO ‘extremely disappointed’ by Coastal GasLink pipeline opposition The CEO of pipeline and power company TC Energy Corp. says he's "extremely disappointed'' that police have had to be called in to allow the company t...

Is Argentina headed for the rocks? The rhetorical battle between Argentina’s government, the IMF and bondholders is heating up but the bigger – largely ignored – issue appears to be th...

BHP says coronavirus outbreak has had 'muted' impact, warns of uncertainty to outlook CEO Mike Henry said demand has held up thus far. But in an earnings release, BHP warned it may have to revise its growth outlook if the situation doe...

Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to fight climate change The Amazon founder and chief executive, who has been criticized for his company’s large carbon footprint, announced the formation of the Bezos Earth ...

Germans eye takeover of Priory rehab clinics A German healthcare group backed by Carlyle, the buyout firm, is joining the race to seal a £1.2bn takeover of Priory Group, the British company...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

The truth about 'greedy' seniors and the 'war' between generations Former U.S. senator Alan Simpson summarized the argument well: seniors fighting Social Security benefit cuts were nothing more than “greedy geezers” ...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

Apple to Fall Short of Projected Revenue Due to Coronavirus Apple became the first major U.S. company to say it won’t meet its revenue projections for the current quarter due to the coronavirus outbreak, which...

Medicare for All would provide far more benefits than universal healthcare in other countries Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders frequently points to success stories in other developed countries when pushing for his Medicare for ...

The truth about 'greedy' seniors and the 'war' between generations Former U.S. senator Alan Simpson summarized the argument well: seniors fighting Social Security benefit cuts were nothing more than “greedy geezers” ...

Bloomberg takes aim at Wall Street with financial transactions tax and added regulations Michael Bloomberg is leaning to the left with a new plan to regulate the financial industry that includes a financial transactions tax, a toughening ...

Baltic index jumps to 2-week high, capesizes stay in negative zone The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index rose to a two-week high on Tuesday, as higher rates for panamax and supramax vessels more than offset th...

Walmart sees slower online sales growth after tepid holiday quarter Walmart Inc expects online sales growth to slow this year after posting lower-than-expected holiday quarter results, revealing the pressure tradition...

Coronavirus: One reason NOT to Panic Did you know that the largest two epidemics of the past two decades -- SARS and Swine Flu -- did not crash the stock market. In fact… well, we won't ...

When conduct goes wrong, who do you blame? If Credit Suisse's board felt able to fire a chief executive who was not personally involved in spying, how will Barclays respond if its own CEO ...

Federal Reserve's Robert Kaplan sees no changes in interest rates this year The central banker, in an essay released Tuesday morning, backed the wait-and-see approach that his fellow voters on the Federal Open Market Committe...

Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those ...

Deliver Us, Lord, From the Startup Life In the Midwest, Christian entrepreneurs are searching for relief from the corrosive grind of company-building—while some faith leaders preach the gos...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

Federal Reserve's Robert Kaplan sees no changes in interest rates this year The central banker, in an essay released Tuesday morning, backed the wait-and-see approach that his fellow voters on the Federal Open Market Committe...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

Trump’s recent trade moves show adversarial approach has only just begun With fresh tariffs this month on European aircraft and products such as steel nails and aluminum vehicle bumpers, it’s clear that the high-profile ac...

Apple just revolutionized another massive industry, and no one’s even talking about it I don’t really know when this started, but every time I make a run to Target these days I instinctively reach for my phone and complete my purc...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Everyone wants a do-over. Here are the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they'd do differently Everyone wants a do-over. Here's the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they'd do differently in starting a business. A lot of it comes down to sa...

Michael Bloomberg Will Sell Bloomberg LP if Elected President The billionaire candidate would put the financial-data and media company he co-founded nearly 40 years ago in a blind trust and eventually sell it, a...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Deliver Us, Lord, From the Startup Life In the Midwest, Christian entrepreneurs are searching for relief from the corrosive grind of company-building—while some faith leaders preach the gos...

Why Does Europe Seem Like Such a Basket Case Right Now? This eye-opening video goes beyond the financial markets. It hits at the heart of the question that bothers so many people today: Why does the "Europ...

MPs set to quiz SAA's business rescue practitioners for the first time The oversight committee on public accounts will on Wednesday morning be briefed on the latest developments in the process to save the national carrie...

Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those ...

Walmart's grocery business is winning over more affluent shoppers As its online grocery business grows, Walmart is seeing pricier items like choice cuts of meat and organic fruits and vegetables in customers' basket...

Junk Bonds: 2 “Golden” Junctures The “golden ratio” is often found in the chart patterns of financial markets and often marks a key juncture. EWI’s Head of Global R...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Apple just revolutionized another massive industry, and no one’s even talking about it I don’t really know when this started, but every time I make a run to Target these days I instinctively reach for my phone and complete my purc...

Special risk survey: Coronavirus dampens enthusiasm for China Euromoney asked its panel of Asia analysts to assess the effects on investor risk of the novel coronavirus (Covid-2019) disease outbreak. This, the f...

Extreme weather could cause massive economic recession ‘like we’ve never seen before’ A shocking new study says extreme weather events caused by climate change could result in an economic recession “the likes of which we’ve...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those ...

Vodafone Idea Says Will Immediately Pay Rs 2,500 Crore To Telecom Department Vodafone Idea Ltd (VIL) has said its board has authorised the company to immediately pay Rs 2,500 crore, a portion of its statutory dues, to the tele...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

Extreme weather could cause massive economic recession ‘like we’ve never seen before’ A shocking new study says extreme weather events caused by climate change could result in an economic recession “the likes of which we’ve...

Cyprus buys missiles, partners with France for exercises to thwart Turkey Cyprus, in a bid to upgrade its defense against Turkey, purchased French-designed missiles and partnered with France in military exercises last week....

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Apple to Fall Short of Projected Revenue Due to Coronavirus Apple became the first major U.S. company to say it won’t meet its revenue projections for the current quarter due to the coronavirus outbreak, which...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

Qanon Deploys 'Information Warfare' to Influence the 2020 Election The conspiracy movement lost its online home when 8chan was shut down. Followers migrated to other sites—and have set their sights on the presidentia...

Struggling Laura Ashley seeks funds to keep trading The owner of struggling retailer Laura Ashley is in talks with its lender to secure enough funds to keep trading as it battles "challenging" high str...

HSBC 2019 profit falls 33%, misses estimates HSBC Holdings PLC on Tuesday posted a fall of 33% in annual profit, lagging analyst estimates, mainly due to a goodwill impairment of $7.3 billion re...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

New Global Opportunity: “3 Ways to Play China” Most investors are not aware that there is a link between a nation’s stock market behavior and outbreaks of infectious disease. Yet, research provide...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

Coronavirus: Opportunities in the Chaos Is the coronavirus really to blame for market mayhem? Might the chaos present opportunities for astute investors? EWI's Chief Asian-Pacific Analyst M...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

TC Energy CEO ‘extremely disappointed’ by Coastal GasLink pipeline opposition The CEO of pipeline and power company TC Energy Corp. says he's "extremely disappointed'' that police have had to be called in to allow the company t...

Is Argentina headed for the rocks? The rhetorical battle between Argentina’s government, the IMF and bondholders is heating up but the bigger – largely ignored – issue appears to be th...

BHP says coronavirus outbreak has had 'muted' impact, warns of uncertainty to outlook CEO Mike Henry said demand has held up thus far. But in an earnings release, BHP warned it may have to revise its growth outlook if the situation doe...

Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to fight climate change The Amazon founder and chief executive, who has been criticized for his company’s large carbon footprint, announced the formation of the Bezos Earth ...

Germans eye takeover of Priory rehab clinics A German healthcare group backed by Carlyle, the buyout firm, is joining the race to seal a £1.2bn takeover of Priory Group, the British company...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

The truth about 'greedy' seniors and the 'war' between generations Former U.S. senator Alan Simpson summarized the argument well: seniors fighting Social Security benefit cuts were nothing more than “greedy geezers” ...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

Apple to Fall Short of Projected Revenue Due to Coronavirus Apple became the first major U.S. company to say it won’t meet its revenue projections for the current quarter due to the coronavirus outbreak, which...

Medicare for All would provide far more benefits than universal healthcare in other countries Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders frequently points to success stories in other developed countries when pushing for his Medicare for ...

The truth about 'greedy' seniors and the 'war' between generations Former U.S. senator Alan Simpson summarized the argument well: seniors fighting Social Security benefit cuts were nothing more than “greedy geezers” ...

Bloomberg takes aim at Wall Street with financial transactions tax and added regulations Michael Bloomberg is leaning to the left with a new plan to regulate the financial industry that includes a financial transactions tax, a toughening ...

Baltic index jumps to 2-week high, capesizes stay in negative zone The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index rose to a two-week high on Tuesday, as higher rates for panamax and supramax vessels more than offset th...

Walmart sees slower online sales growth after tepid holiday quarter Walmart Inc expects online sales growth to slow this year after posting lower-than-expected holiday quarter results, revealing the pressure tradition...

Coronavirus: One reason NOT to Panic Did you know that the largest two epidemics of the past two decades -- SARS and Swine Flu -- did not crash the stock market. In fact… well, we won't ...

When conduct goes wrong, who do you blame? If Credit Suisse's board felt able to fire a chief executive who was not personally involved in spying, how will Barclays respond if its own CEO ...

Federal Reserve's Robert Kaplan sees no changes in interest rates this year The central banker, in an essay released Tuesday morning, backed the wait-and-see approach that his fellow voters on the Federal Open Market Committe...

Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those ...

Deliver Us, Lord, From the Startup Life In the Midwest, Christian entrepreneurs are searching for relief from the corrosive grind of company-building—while some faith leaders preach the gos...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

Federal Reserve's Robert Kaplan sees no changes in interest rates this year The central banker, in an essay released Tuesday morning, backed the wait-and-see approach that his fellow voters on the Federal Open Market Committe...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

Trump’s recent trade moves show adversarial approach has only just begun With fresh tariffs this month on European aircraft and products such as steel nails and aluminum vehicle bumpers, it’s clear that the high-profile ac...

Crude Oil Enters Bear Market: An (In)Convenient Coronavirus Truth? The coronavirus is NOT "driving" crude oil's decline. On Jan. 21, Energy Pro Service warned of a pattern set to take oil prices below $50 per barrel....

Medicare for All would provide far more benefits than universal healthcare in other countries Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders frequently points to success stories in other developed countries when pushing for his Medicare for ...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

AstraZeneca braces for coronavirus hit, but no impact so far AstraZeneca forecast a likely slowdown in revenue growth this year, assuming a hit from China's coronavirus epidemic lasting up to a few months, alth...

Oil snaps 5-week losing streak with best week of the year Oil prices rose on Friday, posting their best week of the year as investors bet the economic impact of the coronavirus would be short-lived and hoped...

Qanon Deploys 'Information Warfare' to Influence the 2020 Election The conspiracy movement lost its online home when 8chan was shut down. Followers migrated to other sites—and have set their sights on the presidentia...

METALS-China stimulus helps copper to three-week high Copper prices climbed to three-week peaks on Monday after top consumer China cut interest rates to offset the economic damage from the coronavirus, t...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

U.S. Weighs New Move to Limit China's Access to Chip Technology The Trump administration is weighing new trade restrictions on China that would limit the use of American chip-making equipment, as it seeks to cut o...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Struggling Laura Ashley seeks funds to keep trading The owner of struggling retailer Laura Ashley is in talks with its lender to secure enough funds to keep trading as it battles "challenging" high str...

Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those ...

Coronavirus: One reason NOT to Panic Did you know that the largest two epidemics of the past two decades -- SARS and Swine Flu -- did not crash the stock market. In fact… well, we won't ...

Company that partnered with Amazon in five states will shutter operations Bear Down Logistics rapidly expanded to deliver packages but failed to meet standards, a warning to Amazon delivery partners that the company is an e...

Company that partnered with Amazon in five states will shutter operations Bear Down Logistics rapidly expanded to deliver packages but failed to meet standards, a warning to Amazon delivery partners that the company is an e...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Apple just revolutionized another massive industry, and no one’s even talking about it I don’t really know when this started, but every time I make a run to Target these days I instinctively reach for my phone and complete my purc...

Special risk survey: Coronavirus dampens enthusiasm for China Euromoney asked its panel of Asia analysts to assess the effects on investor risk of the novel coronavirus (Covid-2019) disease outbreak. This, the f...

Extreme weather could cause massive economic recession ‘like we’ve never seen before’ A shocking new study says extreme weather events caused by climate change could result in an economic recession “the likes of which we’ve...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

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Vodafone Idea Says Will Immediately Pay Rs 2,500 Crore To Telecom Department Vodafone Idea Ltd (VIL) has said its board has authorised the company to immediately pay Rs 2,500 crore, a portion of its statutory dues, to the tele...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

Extreme weather could cause massive economic recession ‘like we’ve never seen before’ A shocking new study says extreme weather events caused by climate change could result in an economic recession “the likes of which we’ve...

Cyprus buys missiles, partners with France for exercises to thwart Turkey Cyprus, in a bid to upgrade its defense against Turkey, purchased French-designed missiles and partnered with France in military exercises last week....

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

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Qanon Deploys 'Information Warfare' to Influence the 2020 Election The conspiracy movement lost its online home when 8chan was shut down. Followers migrated to other sites—and have set their sights on the presidentia...

Struggling Laura Ashley seeks funds to keep trading The owner of struggling retailer Laura Ashley is in talks with its lender to secure enough funds to keep trading as it battles "challenging" high str...

HSBC 2019 profit falls 33%, misses estimates HSBC Holdings PLC on Tuesday posted a fall of 33% in annual profit, lagging analyst estimates, mainly due to a goodwill impairment of $7.3 billion re...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

New Global Opportunity: “3 Ways to Play China” Most investors are not aware that there is a link between a nation’s stock market behavior and outbreaks of infectious disease. Yet, research provide...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Talks to sell Victoria's Secret to Sycamore Partners to spill into next week The delay highlights the pressure L Brands is under, as it grapples with a heavy debt load, sluggish Victoria's Secret brand and scrutiny of CEO Les ...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Everyone wants a do-over. Here are the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they'd do differently Everyone wants a do-over. Here's the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they'd do differently in starting a business. A lot of it comes down to sa...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

How Ethereum Got its Groove Back: Elliott Wave Style On the day of the low in Ethereum, our December 18 Currency Pro Service chart included a big "up" arrow, showing subscribers the bullish turn: Now se...

BAE Systems awarded $24.6M for post-shakedown availability for Freedom-class ship The Navy has award BAE Systems with a $24.6 million contract for post-shakedown availability for one Freedom-variant littoral combat ship, the Pentag...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Apple just revolutionized another massive industry, and no one’s even talking about it I don’t really know when this started, but every time I make a run to Target these days I instinctively reach for my phone and complete my purc...

No Timeline Yet For Phasing Out Income Tax Exemptions: Nirmala Sitharaman The Budget 2020-21 has introduced more tax slabs and offers higher limits provided the taxpayer is ready to forego all the existing exemptions and de...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

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Audit watchdog sounds alarm over coronavirus delays Accountancy regulators have begun sounding alarm bells over the impact of the coronavirus crisis on auditors’ ability to scrutinise corporate b...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

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Medicare for All would provide far more benefits than universal healthcare in other countries Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders frequently points to success stories in other developed countries when pushing for his Medicare for ...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

AstraZeneca braces for coronavirus hit, but no impact so far AstraZeneca forecast a likely slowdown in revenue growth this year, assuming a hit from China's coronavirus epidemic lasting up to a few months, alth...

Oil snaps 5-week losing streak with best week of the year Oil prices rose on Friday, posting their best week of the year as investors bet the economic impact of the coronavirus would be short-lived and hoped...

Qanon Deploys 'Information Warfare' to Influence the 2020 Election The conspiracy movement lost its online home when 8chan was shut down. Followers migrated to other sites—and have set their sights on the presidentia...

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Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

U.S. Weighs New Move to Limit China's Access to Chip Technology The Trump administration is weighing new trade restrictions on China that would limit the use of American chip-making equipment, as it seeks to cut o...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Struggling Laura Ashley seeks funds to keep trading The owner of struggling retailer Laura Ashley is in talks with its lender to secure enough funds to keep trading as it battles "challenging" high str...

Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those ...

Coronavirus: One reason NOT to Panic Did you know that the largest two epidemics of the past two decades -- SARS and Swine Flu -- did not crash the stock market. In fact… well, we won't ...

Company that partnered with Amazon in five states will shutter operations Bear Down Logistics rapidly expanded to deliver packages but failed to meet standards, a warning to Amazon delivery partners that the company is an e...

Company that partnered with Amazon in five states will shutter operations Bear Down Logistics rapidly expanded to deliver packages but failed to meet standards, a warning to Amazon delivery partners that the company is an e...

Cboe Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary of Cboe One Feed CHICAGO – February 12, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, this month celebra...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

Crude Oil Enters Bear Market: An (In)Convenient Coronavirus Truth? The coronavirus is NOT "driving" crude oil's decline. On Jan. 21, Energy Pro Service warned of a pattern set to take oil prices below $50 per barrel....

To Tame Coronavirus, Mao-Style Social Control Blankets China Despite their high-tech tools, the authorities are mainly relying on a flood of workers to keep hundreds of millions of people from coming in contact...

Goldman and IB: Where do you go from number one? The co-head of investment banking wants the firm to 'win by more' in the businesses where it already leads, but ramp up its client coverage o...

How Ethereum Got its Groove Back: Elliott Wave Style On the day of the low in Ethereum, our December 18 Currency Pro Service chart included a big "up" arrow, showing subscribers the bullish turn: Now se...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

This trendy tax play is making its way to financial advisors Financial advisors shouldn't let the tax incentives of qualified opportunity funds distract them from the complexity and risk of these investments. H...

From Nantucket to Martha's Vineyard: Island hopping in New England the easy way There are no bridges to Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket and Block Island. Part floating hotel and part transport, small-ship cruises eliminate the need ...

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A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

BAE Systems awarded $24.6M for post-shakedown availability for Freedom-class ship The Navy has award BAE Systems with a $24.6 million contract for post-shakedown availability for one Freedom-variant littoral combat ship, the Pentag...

No Timeline Yet For Phasing Out Income Tax Exemptions: Nirmala Sitharaman The Budget 2020-21 has introduced more tax slabs and offers higher limits provided the taxpayer is ready to forego all the existing exemptions and de...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

From Nantucket to Martha's Vineyard: Island hopping in New England the easy way There are no bridges to Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket and Block Island. Part floating hotel and part transport, small-ship cruises eliminate the need ...

White House Considers Halting GE Venture's Engine Deliveries to China The Trump administration is considering a proposal to halt deliveries of jet engines co-produced by GE to China, a potential escalation of protective...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Talks to sell Victoria's Secret to Sycamore Partners to spill into next week The delay highlights the pressure L Brands is under, as it grapples with a heavy debt load, sluggish Victoria's Secret brand and scrutiny of CEO Les ...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Everyone wants a do-over. Here are the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they'd do differently Everyone wants a do-over. Here's the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they'd do differently in starting a business. A lot of it comes down to sa...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

How Ethereum Got its Groove Back: Elliott Wave Style On the day of the low in Ethereum, our December 18 Currency Pro Service chart included a big "up" arrow, showing subscribers the bullish turn: Now se...

BAE Systems awarded $24.6M for post-shakedown availability for Freedom-class ship The Navy has award BAE Systems with a $24.6 million contract for post-shakedown availability for one Freedom-variant littoral combat ship, the Pentag...

Major investment firm to prioritize sustainability, back off coal Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) When it comes to taking action on climate change, the world has entered a very strange place. Scientific res...

Apple just revolutionized another massive industry, and no one’s even talking about it I don’t really know when this started, but every time I make a run to Target these days I instinctively reach for my phone and complete my purc...

No Timeline Yet For Phasing Out Income Tax Exemptions: Nirmala Sitharaman The Budget 2020-21 has introduced more tax slabs and offers higher limits provided the taxpayer is ready to forego all the existing exemptions and de...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

Cboe Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary of Cboe One Feed CHICAGO – February 12, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, this month celebra...

Audit watchdog sounds alarm over coronavirus delays Accountancy regulators have begun sounding alarm bells over the impact of the coronavirus crisis on auditors’ ability to scrutinise corporate b...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Apple just revolutionized another massive industry, and no one’s even talking about it I don’t really know when this started, but every time I make a run to Target these days I instinctively reach for my phone and complete my purc...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

China’s state banks close branches as coronavirus spreads As the death toll rises, China’s big state lenders are being forced to shutter branches and Beijing has reacted by disbursing loans to afflicted comp...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

Junk Bonds: 2 “Golden” Junctures The “golden ratio” is often found in the chart patterns of financial markets and often marks a key juncture. EWI’s Head of Global R...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

This growth fund uses 'popcorn stocks' to beat the market The D.F. Dent Premier Growth Fund has been beating the market over the last decade, and its porfolio manager said the key is not searching for quick ...

Junk Bonds: 2 “Golden” Junctures The “golden ratio” is often found in the chart patterns of financial markets and often marks a key juncture. EWI’s Head of Global R...

RBI Board Recommends Aligning Accounting Year With Fiscal Year From 2020-21 Addressing the board meeting, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman outlined the thinking behind the Union Budget 2020-21 and focus areas of the govern...

White House Considers Halting GE Venture's Engine Deliveries to China The Trump administration is considering a proposal to halt deliveries of jet engines co-produced by GE to China, a potential escalation of protective...

Cboe Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary of Cboe One Feed CHICAGO – February 12, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, this month celebra...

Coronavirus: One reason NOT to Panic Did you know that the largest two epidemics of the past two decades -- SARS and Swine Flu -- did not crash the stock market. In fact… well, we won't ...

Deutsche Bank: Up 40%, But Don’t Rush to Thank “Restructuring” DB's stock is up big off the recent lows. Experts will tell you -- that's because this global behemoth has been restructuring. But see a more illumin...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

To Tame Coronavirus, Mao-Style Social Control Blankets China Despite their high-tech tools, the authorities are mainly relying on a flood of workers to keep hundreds of millions of people from coming in contact...

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Ailing De La Rue braced for showdown with lenders De La Rue, the Bank of England’s sole banknote printer, is braced for showdown talks with its lenders after they called in advisers to launch a...

Lowe’s won’t return my calls after my door was damaged during delivery Dear John: This has to do with delivery of a Whirlpool refrigerator from Lowe’s of Rosedale, New York. It was ordered on July 9, 2019, and delivered ...

Biden says he'd 'disown' anyone who made online attacks like Bernie Sanders' supporters Associated Press/John Locher Former Vice President Joe Biden told NBC's "Meet The Press" he'd "disown" anyone who behaved online like Bernie Sanders'...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

Deutsche Bank: Up 40%, But Don’t Rush to Thank “Restructuring” DB's stock is up big off the recent lows. Experts will tell you -- that's because this global behemoth has been restructuring. But see a more illumin...

Facebook to Allow Paid Political Messages That Aren’t Ads (SAN FRANCISCO) — Facebook decided Friday to allow a type of paid political message that had sidestepped many of the social network’s rul...

Cboe Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary of Cboe One Feed CHICAGO – February 12, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, this month celebra...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

Crude Oil Enters Bear Market: An (In)Convenient Coronavirus Truth? The coronavirus is NOT "driving" crude oil's decline. On Jan. 21, Energy Pro Service warned of a pattern set to take oil prices below $50 per barrel....

To Tame Coronavirus, Mao-Style Social Control Blankets China Despite their high-tech tools, the authorities are mainly relying on a flood of workers to keep hundreds of millions of people from coming in contact...

Goldman and IB: Where do you go from number one? The co-head of investment banking wants the firm to 'win by more' in the businesses where it already leads, but ramp up its client coverage o...

How Ethereum Got its Groove Back: Elliott Wave Style On the day of the low in Ethereum, our December 18 Currency Pro Service chart included a big "up" arrow, showing subscribers the bullish turn: Now se...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

This trendy tax play is making its way to financial advisors Financial advisors shouldn't let the tax incentives of qualified opportunity funds distract them from the complexity and risk of these investments. H...

From Nantucket to Martha's Vineyard: Island hopping in New England the easy way There are no bridges to Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket and Block Island. Part floating hotel and part transport, small-ship cruises eliminate the need ...

Miners welcome SA's plans to open up power generation South Africa's announcement that it will open up electricity generation to other players, effectively breaking Eskom's monopoly, has been welcomed by...

Lebanon's MEA to require payment in dollars as crisis bites-report, source Lebanon's state-owned carrier Middle East Airlines (MEA) will only accept payment in U.S. dollars from Monday, the National News Agency reported, as ...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

BAE Systems awarded $24.6M for post-shakedown availability for Freedom-class ship The Navy has award BAE Systems with a $24.6 million contract for post-shakedown availability for one Freedom-variant littoral combat ship, the Pentag...

No Timeline Yet For Phasing Out Income Tax Exemptions: Nirmala Sitharaman The Budget 2020-21 has introduced more tax slabs and offers higher limits provided the taxpayer is ready to forego all the existing exemptions and de...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

From Nantucket to Martha's Vineyard: Island hopping in New England the easy way There are no bridges to Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket and Block Island. Part floating hotel and part transport, small-ship cruises eliminate the need ...

White House Considers Halting GE Venture's Engine Deliveries to China The Trump administration is considering a proposal to halt deliveries of jet engines co-produced by GE to China, a potential escalation of protective...

Coronavirus: Opportunities in the Chaos Is the coronavirus really to blame for market mayhem? Might the chaos present opportunities for astute investors? EWI's Chief Asian-Pacific Analyst M...

Work Advice: My employer requires a flu shot. My doctors say no. Your employer should be willing to consider flu-prevention options besides submitting or quitting. If not, you might want to consult an employment at...

BAE Systems awarded $24.6M for post-shakedown availability for Freedom-class ship The Navy has award BAE Systems with a $24.6 million contract for post-shakedown availability for one Freedom-variant littoral combat ship, the Pentag...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

This Social Network Wants to Pay You (in Crypto) to Do Good Block.one raised $4 billion in 2018 by promising to build a decentralized, blockchain-based platform. Now its social network wants to encourage quali...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

Trump Administration Will Raise Tariffs on European Aircraft The Trump administration announced it would increase tariffs on European aircraft in an effort to ramp up pressure in a long-running airplane subsidy...

New Global Opportunity: “3 Ways to Play China” Most investors are not aware that there is a link between a nation’s stock market behavior and outbreaks of infectious disease. Yet, research provide...

States Spurn Drug Industry's Opioid-Settlement Offer An $18 billion settlement offer from three major drug wholesalers to resolve litigation over the opioid crisis has fallen apart, after more than 20 s...

AstraZeneca braces for coronavirus hit, but no impact so far AstraZeneca forecast a likely slowdown in revenue growth this year, assuming a hit from China's coronavirus epidemic lasting up to a few months, alth...

Cramer sees Bed Bath & Beyond's steep 25% stock decline as a buying opportunity CNBC's Jim Cramer said the home goods retailer's decision to announce poor same-store sales early was wrong, but the stock may be worth buying on the...

Dealerships Give Car Buyers Some Advice: Just Stop Paying Your Loan The vehicle trade-in is often a crucial step in car buying. But some dealerships are telling buyers to give their old cars back to their lenders—and ...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

Deutsche Bank: Up 40%, But Don’t Rush to Thank “Restructuring” DB's stock is up big off the recent lows. Experts will tell you -- that's because this global behemoth has been restructuring. But see a more illumin...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

Oil snaps 5-week losing streak with best week of the year Oil prices rose on Friday, posting their best week of the year as investors bet the economic impact of the coronavirus would be short-lived and hoped...

The Americans forced into bankruptcy to pay for prescriptions Millions of Americans can’t afford the prescription drugs they require to survive, forcing them into bankruptcy, trips to Mexico or cutting off utili...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Apple just revolutionized another massive industry, and no one’s even talking about it I don’t really know when this started, but every time I make a run to Target these days I instinctively reach for my phone and complete my purc...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

China’s state banks close branches as coronavirus spreads As the death toll rises, China’s big state lenders are being forced to shutter branches and Beijing has reacted by disbursing loans to afflicted comp...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

Junk Bonds: 2 “Golden” Junctures The “golden ratio” is often found in the chart patterns of financial markets and often marks a key juncture. EWI’s Head of Global R...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

This growth fund uses 'popcorn stocks' to beat the market The D.F. Dent Premier Growth Fund has been beating the market over the last decade, and its porfolio manager said the key is not searching for quick ...

Junk Bonds: 2 “Golden” Junctures The “golden ratio” is often found in the chart patterns of financial markets and often marks a key juncture. EWI’s Head of Global R...

RBI Board Recommends Aligning Accounting Year With Fiscal Year From 2020-21 Addressing the board meeting, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman outlined the thinking behind the Union Budget 2020-21 and focus areas of the govern...

White House Considers Halting GE Venture's Engine Deliveries to China The Trump administration is considering a proposal to halt deliveries of jet engines co-produced by GE to China, a potential escalation of protective...

Cboe Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary of Cboe One Feed CHICAGO – February 12, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, this month celebra...

Coronavirus: One reason NOT to Panic Did you know that the largest two epidemics of the past two decades -- SARS and Swine Flu -- did not crash the stock market. In fact… well, we won't ...

Deutsche Bank: Up 40%, But Don’t Rush to Thank “Restructuring” DB's stock is up big off the recent lows. Experts will tell you -- that's because this global behemoth has been restructuring. But see a more illumin...

FX outsourcing is quick, but not always easy Margin pressures on buy-side clients such as asset managers have prompted increased interest in outsourced FX solutions, but firms must know exactly ...

To Tame Coronavirus, Mao-Style Social Control Blankets China Despite their high-tech tools, the authorities are mainly relying on a flood of workers to keep hundreds of millions of people from coming in contact...

These are the hottest fintech startups and companies in the world Business Insider Intelligence It's a fascinating time for fintech. What was once a disruptive force in the financial world has become standard practi...

Ailing De La Rue braced for showdown with lenders De La Rue, the Bank of England’s sole banknote printer, is braced for showdown talks with its lenders after they called in advisers to launch a...

Lowe’s won’t return my calls after my door was damaged during delivery Dear John: This has to do with delivery of a Whirlpool refrigerator from Lowe’s of Rosedale, New York. It was ordered on July 9, 2019, and delivered ...

Biden says he'd 'disown' anyone who made online attacks like Bernie Sanders' supporters Associated Press/John Locher Former Vice President Joe Biden told NBC's "Meet The Press" he'd "disown" anyone who behaved online like Bernie Sanders'...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

Deutsche Bank: Up 40%, But Don’t Rush to Thank “Restructuring” DB's stock is up big off the recent lows. Experts will tell you -- that's because this global behemoth has been restructuring. But see a more illumin...

Facebook to Allow Paid Political Messages That Aren’t Ads (SAN FRANCISCO) — Facebook decided Friday to allow a type of paid political message that had sidestepped many of the social network’s rul...

Sprint Sizzles, Airbnb Disappoints and Earnings Season Drags On The Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite are all on track for a second consecutive week of gains. We examine some of this week’...

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Pentagon drops opposition to new rules that would further restrict tech sales to Huawei The Department of Defense originally had opposed Commerce’s recommendation to tighten restrictions on sales to Huawei, saying it would ultimately hur...

U.S. Charges Chinese Tech Giant Huawei With Racketeering Huawei Technologies and two of its U.S. subsidiaries were charged with racketeering conspiracy and conspiracy to steal trade secrets in a new federal...

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Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

This Social Network Wants to Pay You (in Crypto) to Do Good Block.one raised $4 billion in 2018 by promising to build a decentralized, blockchain-based platform. Now its social network wants to encourage quali...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

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Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

Trump Administration Will Raise Tariffs on European Aircraft The Trump administration announced it would increase tariffs on European aircraft in an effort to ramp up pressure in a long-running airplane subsidy...

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Oil snaps 5-week losing streak with best week of the year Oil prices rose on Friday, posting their best week of the year as investors bet the economic impact of the coronavirus would be short-lived and hoped...

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Judy Shelton, Trump’s Fed Nominee, Faces Bipartisan Skepticism Republicans and Democrats questioned Ms. Shelton, who has ideas outside the mainstream, over her previous statements and views on the Fed’s independe...

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Sprint Sizzles, Airbnb Disappoints and Earnings Season Drags On The Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite are all on track for a second consecutive week of gains. We examine some of this week’...

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Apple just revolutionized another massive industry, and no one’s even talking about it I don’t really know when this started, but every time I make a run to Target these days I instinctively reach for my phone and complete my purc...

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U.S. Charges Chinese Tech Giant Huawei With Racketeering Huawei Technologies and two of its U.S. subsidiaries were charged with racketeering conspiracy and conspiracy to steal trade secrets in a new federal...

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U.S. Charges Chinese Tech Giant Huawei With Racketeering Huawei Technologies and two of its U.S. subsidiaries were charged with racketeering conspiracy and conspiracy to steal trade secrets in a new federal...

Cramer sees Bed Bath & Beyond's steep 25% stock decline as a buying opportunity CNBC's Jim Cramer said the home goods retailer's decision to announce poor same-store sales early was wrong, but the stock may be worth buying on the...

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T. Rowe Price to place a bigger bet on stocks in retirement funds T. Rowe Price Group Inc said on Thursday it would ratchet up the risk in its target-date retirement portfolios, boosting stock allocations to as much...

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Cramer sees Bed Bath & Beyond's steep 25% stock decline as a buying opportunity CNBC's Jim Cramer said the home goods retailer's decision to announce poor same-store sales early was wrong, but the stock may be worth buying on the...

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Cramer sees Bed Bath & Beyond's steep 25% stock decline as a buying opportunity CNBC's Jim Cramer said the home goods retailer's decision to announce poor same-store sales early was wrong, but the stock may be worth buying on the...

'This is your last chance': Scopa chair’s message to Ramaphosa Among other things, Standing Committee on Public Accounts chair Mkhuleko Hlengwa said it would be "reckless and irresponsible" to provide Eskom with ...

T. Rowe Price to boost stock allocations in target-date retirement funds T. Rowe Price Group Inc said on Thursday it would boost the stock allocation in its target-date retirement fund portfolios to as much as 98% from 90%...

Cramer sees Bed Bath & Beyond's steep 25% stock decline as a buying opportunity CNBC's Jim Cramer said the home goods retailer's decision to announce poor same-store sales early was wrong, but the stock may be worth buying on the...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

32% of American workers have medical debt—and over half have defaulted on it Almost a third of working Americans currently have some kind of outstanding medical debt, with about 28% owing $10,000 or more on their bills, accord...

Online furniture retailer Wayfair is cutting 3% of its workforce, stock down 9% Wayfair is cutting about 3% of its workforce, or roughly 500 jobs, a spokesperson said. The online furniture company has faced high costs to run its ...

32% of American workers have medical debt—and over half have defaulted on it Almost a third of working Americans currently have some kind of outstanding medical debt, with about 28% owing $10,000 or more on their bills, accord...

Cboe Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary of Cboe One Feed CHICAGO – February 12, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, this month celebra...

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Online furniture retailer Wayfair is cutting 3% of its workforce, stock down 13% Wayfair is cutting about 3% of its workforce, or roughly 500 jobs, a spokesperson said. The online furniture company has faced high costs to run its ...

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Powell stresses that Fed is 'closely monitoring' coronavirus for hit to China and the world In his semiannual testimony before Congress, Powell said the new threat comes just as trade uncertainties have diminished, though the U.S. economy ap...

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Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Cramer sees Bed Bath & Beyond's steep 25% stock decline as a buying opportunity CNBC's Jim Cramer said the home goods retailer's decision to announce poor same-store sales early was wrong, but the stock may be worth buying on the...

Markets rally despite fears coronavirus will hit growth and earnings - as it happened Economists fear coronavirus could pull Germany into recession, but Europe’s Stoxx 600 index and Germany’s Dax hit fresh peaksDeutsche Bank: Germany c...

BIG TECH IN TRANSPORTATION: Strategies legacy players can deploy to limit the threat to their market position This is a preview of The Big Tech in Transportation research report from Business Insider Intelligence. Purchase this report. To check to see if you ...

Science community fears executive order that would make medical articles free There’s a battle going on between US government bureaucrats and the publishers of scientific journals that’s likely to catch higher-ups in the ...

Democratic candidates' payroll tax hikes will hamper the economy The recent debates over how to fix growing budget deficits, recently highlighted by President Trump's fiscal year 2021 budget proposal and the latest...

What Elliott Waves Show You About Bond ETFs Right Now Along with stock ETFs, bond ETFs are another popular investment tool. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor explain 5 key points about bond ETF...

Direct-to-consumer 'is no longer a fad,' Shopify COO says after strong Q4 earnings report Direct sales "is now a steady state, and it's being powered by Shopify. We're at the center of that," Shopify COO Harley Finkelstein explains in a "M...

Cramer sees Bed Bath & Beyond's steep 25% stock decline as a buying opportunity CNBC's Jim Cramer said the home goods retailer's decision to announce poor same-store sales early was wrong, but the stock may be worth buying on the...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

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Rashida Tlaib urges Federal Reserve to bail out bankrupt Detroit and Puerto Rico Democratic Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib told Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell that he “has the authority” to bail out the governments of Detroit...

Direct-to-consumer 'is no longer a fad,' Shopify COO says after strong Q4 earnings report Direct sales "is now a steady state, and it's being powered by Shopify. We're at the center of that," Shopify COO Harley Finkelstein explains in a "M...

China’s RMB is less popular as it ages In 2016, China’s currency seemed on target for global reserve status. These days, the renminbi appears stuck in reverse, with Beijing looking on pass...

How airport hotels are upping their game to win over picky travelers The reputation of airport hotels was in need of an overhaul. Now several hotels at air hubs are stepping up to the plate with time-saving tricks and ...

Cboe Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary of Cboe One Feed CHICAGO – February 12, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, this month celebra...

AIG profit beats on stronger underwriting in general insurance unit Insurer American International Group Inc on Thursday reported a quarterly profit that beat estimates, as the company booked an underwriting income in...

Experiment Shows Conservatives More Willing to Share Wealth Than They Say Across 60 nations, Trump supporters are outliers on their views on economic inequality. But their actions suggest it’s not a core philosophical diffe...

Kraft Heinz misses sales expectations as demand for bacon, cheese falls Kraft Heinz Co on Thursday reported a 5.1% fall in quarterly sales, missing estimates due to lower U.S. demand for cheese, coffee, bacon and other pr...

Boeing's next step in testing 737 Max: Operating it like an airline Boeing said it has begun flying a 737 Max plane with new software as a test to see how the plane functions when it is operated as a Max would be in a...

New High in TSLA: Riding an Electric 200+% Move Shares of Tesla (TSLA) just hit a record high. You'll find many opinions explaining the rally, after the fact. But what about before? Read these exce...

Sensex Jumps Over 350 Points, Nifty Tops 12,200 Amid Gains Across Sectors Domestic stock markets started Wednesday's session on a positive note, tracking gains in Asian peers amid hopes the worst of the coronavirus outbreak...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

New High in TSLA: Riding an Electric 200+% Move Shares of Tesla (TSLA) just hit a record high. You'll find many opinions explaining the rally, after the fact. But what about before? Read these exce...

Goldman and IB: Where do you go from number one? The co-head of investment banking wants the firm to 'win by more' in the businesses where it already leads, but ramp up its client coverage o...

Judge Rules That T-Mobile Can Acquire Sprint The deal would reduce the number of big national carriers from four to three. Dish Network says it will build a replacement, but skeptics doubt its c...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Boeing's next step in testing 737 Max: Operating it like an airline Boeing said it has begun flying a 737 Max plane with new software as a test to see how the plane functions when it is operated as a Max would be in a...

Asian banks, buffeted by coronavirus, ramp up continuity plans Across Asia, the coronavirus is hampering banks’ ability to run roadshows, and even hold meetings, and some business continuity plans are starting to...

What Elliott Waves Show You About Bond ETFs Right Now Along with stock ETFs, bond ETFs are another popular investment tool. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor explain 5 key points about bond ETF...

T-Mobile-Sprint Deal, Affecting 100 Million Customers, Approved by Judge In a wave of merger mania, the nation’s third- and fourth-largest wireless carriers moved closer to becoming a significant rival to AT&T and Verizon....

Lockheed Martin lands $67.6M deal to upgrade F-16s for Singapore Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $67.6 million contract modification to upgrade F-16s for the government of Singapore, the Department of Defense an...

Pay More For LPG Cylinder As Rates Hiked For 6th Straight Time LPG Rate Today In Rupees Per Cylinder: The price of LPG (per 14.2 kilograms) has been increased by a cumulative Rs. 284 per cylinder in Delhi and Rs....

Tesla Pulls Up Lithium Producer Stocks Tesla’s surge has helped lift shares of lithium producers to double-digit gains in 2020, powered by investors’ bets that demand for the electric-car ...

Courteney Cox wore Jennifer Aniston's hair and glasses in a birthday post and the 'Friends' stars look eerily alike Kevin Winter/Getty Images Jennifer Aniston turned 51 years old on February 11th, with plenty of celebrity pals, including Reese Witherspoon, wishing ...

Cardano: After Five Up and Three Down, the Explosive Rally Followed The altcoin Cardano showed a clear Elliott Wave pattern across 2019: 5 Up, 3 Down. This textbook move led our cryptocurrency analyst to feature Carda...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

Multiemployer pensions take center stage in 2020 As the primary season gets underway, one candidate, President Trump, doesn’t seem particularly worried about which presidential hopeful wins which st...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Ponzi schemes hit highest level in a decade, hinting next 'investor massacre' may be near The amount of investor money in alleged Ponzi schemes hit its highest level in a decade in 2019, suggesting the next Bernie Madoff-type fraud isn't f...

Australia's Housing Market Soars, the Fundamentals in Ashes The traditional model of market analysis says, "bad news begets declines." See why that did not work for real estate in Australia -- and why the Elli...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

Lockheed Martin lands $67.6M deal to upgrade F-16s for Singapore Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $67.6 million contract modification to upgrade F-16s for the government of Singapore, the Department of Defense an...

Coronavirus-Drug Development Becomes a Top Focus at Gilead Drugmaker Gilead Sciences has provided a drug for testing in two clinical trials in China that are exploring whether the agent works against the spre...

Cardano: After Five Up and Three Down, the Explosive Rally Followed The altcoin Cardano showed a clear Elliott Wave pattern across 2019: 5 Up, 3 Down. This textbook move led our cryptocurrency analyst to feature Carda...

Does Fed Have the Tools to Fix a Slowdown? Does the Fed have enough tools to rev up the economy if it slows down? Rates are already low while quantitative easing has not been a resounding succ...

Powell stresses that Fed is 'closely monitoring' coronavirus for hit to China and the world In his semiannual testimony before Congress, Powell said the new threat comes just as trade uncertainties have diminished, though the U.S. economy ap...

Goldman and IB: Where do you go from number one? The co-head of investment banking wants the firm to 'win by more' in the businesses where it already leads, but ramp up its client coverage o...

Goldman and IB: Where do you go from number one? The co-head of investment banking wants the firm to 'win by more' in the businesses where it already leads, but ramp up its client coverage o...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Cramer sees Bed Bath & Beyond's steep 25% stock decline as a buying opportunity CNBC's Jim Cramer said the home goods retailer's decision to announce poor same-store sales early was wrong, but the stock may be worth buying on the...

Markets rally despite fears coronavirus will hit growth and earnings - as it happened Economists fear coronavirus could pull Germany into recession, but Europe’s Stoxx 600 index and Germany’s Dax hit fresh peaksDeutsche Bank: Germany c...

Stocks Rise Amid Optimism About Coronavirus Containment Efforts Global stocks rose as the rate of new coronavirus cases in China slowed, bolstering hopes that authorities in both China and the U.S. will take the n...

US weekly jobless claims drop to a 9-month low First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 215,000 for the most recent week, down slightly from the 216,000 claims repo...

Hasbro shares soar as 'Star Wars,' 'Frozen 2' toys fueled holiday sales Strong sales of "Star Wars" and "Frozen 2" toys helped boost Hasbro's holiday sales during the fourth quarter, sending shares of the company up 7% in...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

Amazon wants to question Trump over loss of $10bn 'war cloud' contract Company claims president’s interference harmed its chances of receiving military contract that was eventually awarded to MicrosoftAmazon wants Donald...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

Trump’s budget: Boosts to wall, rural communities, VA, NASA, cuts to UN, EPA President Trump’s fiscal 2021 budget set for release on Monday was written with an eye on the 2020 election, with boosts to programs the public suppo...

XPO announces new CFO, watches for coronavirus impact XPO Logistics will continue to consider a sale and or spinoff of its business units after reporting a beat on earnings and a miss on revenues on Mond...

TD Ameritrade strategist explains why millennial investors have been buying ExxonMobil "They feel as though with the great yield on Exxon, it might be a good play, at least for a year or so," TD Ameritrade strategist JJ Kinahan told CNB...

IndiGo Announces Four-Day Special Valentine Sale The airline is offering one million seats on discounted fares from February 11 to February 14. The sale is valid for travel from March 1 to September...

Your Foam Coffee Cup Is Fighting for Its Life The Dart Container Corporation, which makes foam products, is a manufacturing behemoth and produced a fortune for the family behind it. Environmental...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Oil rebounds from 13-month low, still below $50 Oil rose on Tuesday, recovering from a 13-month low as the number of new coronavirus cases slowed in China, easing some concern over the potential fo...

XPO announces new CFO, watches for coronavirus impact XPO Logistics will continue to consider a sale and or spinoff of its business units after reporting a beat on earnings and a miss on revenues on Mond...

Trump wants to extend his tax overhaul. What it means for you President Donald Trump released his proposed budget, which assumes an extension of the individual tax cuts that were set to expire at the end of 2025...

European Stocks: A Rare Pattern, a Clear Forecast Some Elliott wave patterns you see every day. Others are less frequent. Watch our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor, Brian Whitmer, show ...

Business, unions 'agree to give space' to Eskom proposal The Congress of South African Trade Unions, the country’s biggest labour federation, has said it won’t reach a pact with business on how to resolve t...

Boeing's next step in testing 737 Max: Operating it like an airline Boeing said it has begun flying a 737 Max plane with new software as a test to see how the plane functions when it is operated as a Max would be in a...

New High in TSLA: Riding an Electric 200+% Move Shares of Tesla (TSLA) just hit a record high. You'll find many opinions explaining the rally, after the fact. But what about before? Read these exce...

Sensex Jumps Over 350 Points, Nifty Tops 12,200 Amid Gains Across Sectors Domestic stock markets started Wednesday's session on a positive note, tracking gains in Asian peers amid hopes the worst of the coronavirus outbreak...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

New High in TSLA: Riding an Electric 200+% Move Shares of Tesla (TSLA) just hit a record high. You'll find many opinions explaining the rally, after the fact. But what about before? Read these exce...

Goldman and IB: Where do you go from number one? The co-head of investment banking wants the firm to 'win by more' in the businesses where it already leads, but ramp up its client coverage o...

Judge Rules That T-Mobile Can Acquire Sprint The deal would reduce the number of big national carriers from four to three. Dish Network says it will build a replacement, but skeptics doubt its c...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

Boeing's next step in testing 737 Max: Operating it like an airline Boeing said it has begun flying a 737 Max plane with new software as a test to see how the plane functions when it is operated as a Max would be in a...

Asian banks, buffeted by coronavirus, ramp up continuity plans Across Asia, the coronavirus is hampering banks’ ability to run roadshows, and even hold meetings, and some business continuity plans are starting to...

What Elliott Waves Show You About Bond ETFs Right Now Along with stock ETFs, bond ETFs are another popular investment tool. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor explain 5 key points about bond ETF...

T-Mobile-Sprint Deal, Affecting 100 Million Customers, Approved by Judge In a wave of merger mania, the nation’s third- and fourth-largest wireless carriers moved closer to becoming a significant rival to AT&T and Verizon....

Lockheed Martin lands $67.6M deal to upgrade F-16s for Singapore Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $67.6 million contract modification to upgrade F-16s for the government of Singapore, the Department of Defense an...

Pay More For LPG Cylinder As Rates Hiked For 6th Straight Time LPG Rate Today In Rupees Per Cylinder: The price of LPG (per 14.2 kilograms) has been increased by a cumulative Rs. 284 per cylinder in Delhi and Rs....

Tesla Pulls Up Lithium Producer Stocks Tesla’s surge has helped lift shares of lithium producers to double-digit gains in 2020, powered by investors’ bets that demand for the electric-car ...

Courteney Cox wore Jennifer Aniston's hair and glasses in a birthday post and the 'Friends' stars look eerily alike Kevin Winter/Getty Images Jennifer Aniston turned 51 years old on February 11th, with plenty of celebrity pals, including Reese Witherspoon, wishing ...

Cardano: After Five Up and Three Down, the Explosive Rally Followed The altcoin Cardano showed a clear Elliott Wave pattern across 2019: 5 Up, 3 Down. This textbook move led our cryptocurrency analyst to feature Carda...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

Multiemployer pensions take center stage in 2020 As the primary season gets underway, one candidate, President Trump, doesn’t seem particularly worried about which presidential hopeful wins which st...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

M&A bankers hope BAE Systems’ US acquisitions set the trend for 2020 Dealmakers are optimistic about a pick-up in large deals and outbound M&A from Europe this year, but the need for regional consolidation is more urge...

How a Reality-TV Producer Became Rainmaker to $300 Billion Saudi Fund Carla DiBello has a close relationship with its chief and little formal finance training. She has been helping foreign companies gain access to top S...

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HS2 set for green light despite spiralling costs Boris Johnson is heading for a rebellion by up to 60 Conservative MPs by giving the go-ahead for the controversial £100bn flagship rail project,...

YOUR MONEY: Family offices lead the way on impact investing When former investment manager Ron Cordes started a charitable foundation in 2007, he got frustrated because he could only "do good" when he was acti...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

FAA says approaching 737 MAX test flight, awaits Boeing proposals The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is narrowing the issues needed before it can conduct a certification test flight on the grounded Boeing 737 ...

‘The system is broken’: the billionaire investor who fears a return to the 1930s Ray Dalio, who has a near $19bn fortune, is one of a handful of the 0.01% to go public with concerns about the system that created that wealthRay Dal...

New High in TSLA: Riding an Electric 200+% Move Shares of Tesla (TSLA) just hit a record high. You'll find many opinions explaining the rally, after the fact. But what about before? Read these exce...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Cboe Global Markets Reports January 2020 Trading Volume CHICAGO – February 5, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Janu...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Stocks Rise Amid Optimism About Coronavirus Containment Efforts Global stocks rose as the rate of new coronavirus cases in China slowed, bolstering hopes that authorities in both China and the U.S. will take the n...

US weekly jobless claims drop to a 9-month low First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 215,000 for the most recent week, down slightly from the 216,000 claims repo...

Hasbro shares soar as 'Star Wars,' 'Frozen 2' toys fueled holiday sales Strong sales of "Star Wars" and "Frozen 2" toys helped boost Hasbro's holiday sales during the fourth quarter, sending shares of the company up 7% in...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

Amazon wants to question Trump over loss of $10bn 'war cloud' contract Company claims president’s interference harmed its chances of receiving military contract that was eventually awarded to MicrosoftAmazon wants Donald...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

Trump’s budget: Boosts to wall, rural communities, VA, NASA, cuts to UN, EPA President Trump’s fiscal 2021 budget set for release on Monday was written with an eye on the 2020 election, with boosts to programs the public suppo...

XPO announces new CFO, watches for coronavirus impact XPO Logistics will continue to consider a sale and or spinoff of its business units after reporting a beat on earnings and a miss on revenues on Mond...

TD Ameritrade strategist explains why millennial investors have been buying ExxonMobil "They feel as though with the great yield on Exxon, it might be a good play, at least for a year or so," TD Ameritrade strategist JJ Kinahan told CNB...

IndiGo Announces Four-Day Special Valentine Sale The airline is offering one million seats on discounted fares from February 11 to February 14. The sale is valid for travel from March 1 to September...

Your Foam Coffee Cup Is Fighting for Its Life The Dart Container Corporation, which makes foam products, is a manufacturing behemoth and produced a fortune for the family behind it. Environmental...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Oil rebounds from 13-month low, still below $50 Oil rose on Tuesday, recovering from a 13-month low as the number of new coronavirus cases slowed in China, easing some concern over the potential fo...

XPO announces new CFO, watches for coronavirus impact XPO Logistics will continue to consider a sale and or spinoff of its business units after reporting a beat on earnings and a miss on revenues on Mond...

Trump wants to extend his tax overhaul. What it means for you President Donald Trump released his proposed budget, which assumes an extension of the individual tax cuts that were set to expire at the end of 2025...

European Stocks: A Rare Pattern, a Clear Forecast Some Elliott wave patterns you see every day. Others are less frequent. Watch our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor, Brian Whitmer, show ...

Business, unions 'agree to give space' to Eskom proposal The Congress of South African Trade Unions, the country’s biggest labour federation, has said it won’t reach a pact with business on how to resolve t...

Cardano: After Five Up and Three Down, the Explosive Rally Followed The altcoin Cardano showed a clear Elliott Wave pattern across 2019: 5 Up, 3 Down. This textbook move led our cryptocurrency analyst to feature Carda...

Goldman and IB: Where do you go from number one? The co-head of investment banking wants the firm to 'win by more' in the businesses where it already leads, but ramp up its client coverage o...

Cardano: After Five Up and Three Down, the Explosive Rally Followed The altcoin Cardano showed a clear Elliott Wave pattern across 2019: 5 Up, 3 Down. This textbook move led our cryptocurrency analyst to feature Carda...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

Cardano: After Five Up and Three Down, the Explosive Rally Followed The altcoin Cardano showed a clear Elliott Wave pattern across 2019: 5 Up, 3 Down. This textbook move led our cryptocurrency analyst to feature Carda...

Geely to deepen ties with Volvo, plans to list under one umbrella Geely Automobile and its sister company Volvo Cars are planning to merge and list in Hong Kong and possibly Stockholm, giving Volvo access to public ...

Repayment difficulties put Lebanese investors in a risk frenzy Authorities are seeking to honour upcoming debt repayments, but more needs to be accomplished to restore market confidence, with the economy in a spi...

Trump tweeted a clip from 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' that shows Larry David in a MAGA hat, seemingly not realizing it's an insult Screenshot/HBO President Donald Trump shared a clip from the HBO series "Curb Your Enthusiasm" showing Larry David in a "Make America Great Again" ha...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Justice Department Drops Antitrust Probe Against Automakers That Sided With California on Emissions The Justice Department has told four carmakers that they violated no laws when they negotiated a fuel economy standard with California that is more s...

This is the right amount of bitcoin to keep in an investment portfolio Cryptocurrency isn't a fad. That's according to experts at the TD Ameritrade LINC conference in Orlando, Florida. If investors want to dip a toe into...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

A crash in the stock market would be Democrats last-ditch effort to topple Trump The Democrats have failed at everything they’ve tried to get to Donald Trump. What might their next failure be? Impeachment didn’t work. And neither ...

Cboe Global Markets Reports January 2020 Trading Volume CHICAGO – February 5, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Janu...

Cardano: After Five Up and Three Down, the Explosive Rally Followed The altcoin Cardano showed a clear Elliott Wave pattern across 2019: 5 Up, 3 Down. This textbook move led our cryptocurrency analyst to feature Carda...

HS2 set for green light despite spiralling costs Boris Johnson is heading for a rebellion by up to 60 Conservative MPs by giving the go-ahead for the controversial £100bn flagship rail project,...

How a Reality-TV Producer Became Rainmaker to $300 Billion Saudi Fund Carla DiBello has a close relationship with its chief and little formal finance training. She has been helping foreign companies gain access to top S...

YOUR MONEY: Family offices lead the way on impact investing When former investment manager Ron Cordes started a charitable foundation in 2007, he got frustrated because he could only "do good" when he was acti...

HS2 set for green light despite spiralling costs Boris Johnson is heading for a rebellion by up to 60 Conservative MPs by giving the go-ahead for the controversial £100bn flagship rail project,...

YOUR MONEY: Family offices lead the way on impact investing When former investment manager Ron Cordes started a charitable foundation in 2007, he got frustrated because he could only "do good" when he was acti...

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg tries on economic populism Gone are the former New York City mayor’s strident defenses of the rich for their contributions to the economy, replaced by talk of economic inequali...

FAA says approaching 737 MAX test flight, awaits Boeing proposals The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is narrowing the issues needed before it can conduct a certification test flight on the grounded Boeing 737 ...

‘The system is broken’: the billionaire investor who fears a return to the 1930s Ray Dalio, who has a near $19bn fortune, is one of a handful of the 0.01% to go public with concerns about the system that created that wealthRay Dal...

New High in TSLA: Riding an Electric 200+% Move Shares of Tesla (TSLA) just hit a record high. You'll find many opinions explaining the rally, after the fact. But what about before? Read these exce...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Cboe Global Markets Reports January 2020 Trading Volume CHICAGO – February 5, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Janu...

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

A Simple Price Pattern That Leads to "Spectacular Moves" You can shrink all Elliott wave patterns down to just five "core" price patterns. One of them is the ending diagonal. Watch as our Commodity Juncture...

Cardano: After Five Up and Three Down, the Explosive Rally Followed The altcoin Cardano showed a clear Elliott Wave pattern across 2019: 5 Up, 3 Down. This textbook move led our cryptocurrency analyst to feature Carda...

Repayment difficulties put Lebanese investors in a risk frenzy Authorities are seeking to honour upcoming debt repayments, but more needs to be accomplished to restore market confidence, with the economy in a spi...

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Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

Lloyd's of London picks team to tackle culture crisis Lloyd's of London will this week appoint prominent figures including a former boss of Virgin Money to scrutinise an overhaul of its behavioural codes...

Euromoney FX Survey 2020: Voting now opened The Euromoney's 42nd annual survey of the world's foreign exchange markets the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking possible is now l...

World Urban Forum: cities must be ‘at the heart’ of sustainable development The official opening of the 10th Session of the World Urban Forum (WUF) took place in Abu Dhabi on Sunday, with UN chief António Guterres telling del...

China Cuts Tariffs on $75 Billion in U.S. Goods. That Was the Easy Part. The move signals Beijing’s intention to fulfill a trade pact with Washington, but it must make big purchases of American products while dealing with ...

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020: Can Khan and Naratil make more of UBS Wealth? UBS Global Wealth Management is the world’s best wealth manager. It is an accolade the firm has enjoyed for 13 of the 17 years of Euromoney’s annual ...

Valentine’s Day spending expected to top $27B, an all-time high Call it a love-induced splurge, but Americans are projected to spend $27.4 billion this Valentine’s Day season, an all-time high, according to the Na...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Trump’s budget: Boosts to wall, rural communities, VA, NASA, cuts to UN, EPA President Trump’s fiscal 2021 budget set for release on Monday was written with an eye on the 2020 election, with boosts to programs the public suppo...

As Tidjane Thiam leaves, Credit Suisse has much to be grateful for The ouster of Tidjane Thiam has caused more shock outside Switzerland than within, where the insiders who needed him to fix Credit Suisse have been q...

Fed's Harker Says Rates Should Remain Steady The Philadelphia Federal Reserve leader said the U.S. economy is in a good place and he sees no reason for the central bank to change its interest-ra...

Canada Goose sees hit to 2020 profit, sales from coronavirus Canada Goose Holdings Inc said on Friday lower store traffic in China and travel restrictions due to the coronavirus epidemic would impact its revenu...

Cboe Global Markets Reports January 2020 Trading Volume CHICAGO – February 5, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Janu...

The Impossible Whopper wasn't enough to lift Burger King sales Restaurant chains have turned to meat alternatives from Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods to attract customers trying to cut back on their meat consum...

Cboe Global Markets Reports January 2020 Trading Volume CHICAGO – February 5, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Janu...

A Case for Paying With Your Phone Sure, contactless payment systems are easier. Whether using your phone or a credit card, the technology is also a more secure way to pay for purchase...

TD Ameritrade strategist explains why millennial investors have been buying ExxonMobil "They feel as though with the great yield on Exxon, it might be a good play, at least for a year or so," TD Ameritrade strategist JJ Kinahan told CNB...

Crude Oil Enters Bear Market: An (In)Convenient Coronavirus Truth? The coronavirus is NOT "driving" crude oil's decline. On Jan. 21, Energy Pro Service warned of a pattern set to take oil prices below $50 per barrel....

Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows? When you glance at the news, it's hard not to feel scared. You might think that stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off only after the news of coronav...

Cboe Global Markets Reports January 2020 Trading Volume CHICAGO – February 5, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported Janu...

Cardano: After Five Up and Three Down, the Explosive Rally Followed The altcoin Cardano showed a clear Elliott Wave pattern across 2019: 5 Up, 3 Down. This textbook move led our cryptocurrency analyst to feature Carda...