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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...

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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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....

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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...

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...

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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...

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...

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 ...

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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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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...

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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 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...

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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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...

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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...

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...

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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...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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...

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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...

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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...

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...

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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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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'...

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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...

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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...

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 ...

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Sajid Javid says PM left him with 'no choice' but to quit Sajid Javid has said he had "no option" but to resign as chancellor - because Boris Johnson attached conditions to him staying in the role which "no ...

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Ai Wei Wei sculpture celebrates pedal power, as Urban Forum continues in Abu Dhabi “You can walk down to the sculpture,” said the guide, “or,” and he paused to pique interest, “you can use one of these new public bicycles and follow...

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...

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...

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...

Bayer Strives to End Lawsuits Over Roundup---While Still Selling It The German company faces tens of thousands of claims that its weedkiller causes cancer even as the product remains on the shelves, making it almost i...

How Companies Teach Their Employees First Aid for Mental Health At Delta Air Lines’ Atlanta headquarters in late January, 24 employees are arguing over which of them has the worst disease. Half of them had b...

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...

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...

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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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...

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Xerox Raises Offer for HP Xerox said it met with some of HP’s largest stockholders before increasing its takeover bid, adding that it expects to launch its campaign to buy sha...

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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...

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...

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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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...

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...

‘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...

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In Amazon’s Bookstore, No Second Chances for the Third Reich The retailer once said it would sell “the good, the bad and the ugly.” Now it has banished objectionable volumes — and agreed to erasing the swastika...

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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....

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...

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...

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...

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Oil slips on weaker Chinese demand, traders await OPEC+ cuts Oil prices were little changed on Monday on weaker Chinese oil demand in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak and as traders waited to see if Russia ...

In Amazon’s Bookstore, No Second Chances for the Third Reich The retailer once said it would sell “the good, the bad and the ugly.” Now it has banished objectionable volumes — and agreed to erasing the swastika...

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Half of disgraced yoga master Bikram Choudhury’s car collection seized Half of Bikram Choudhury’s luxury car collection has finally been chased down — and it’s ready for the auction block. Authorities have seized nearly ...

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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...

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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...

Tesla's competitors play catch-up on electric batteries "Tesla simply has been engineering these packs longer than its competitors, and therefore it has a technology lead that is significant," said Sam Jaf...

1 in 3 consumers fear they will max out a credit card Despite the dangers of high-interest loans, many Americans are racking up enough credit card debt to worry about overdrafting their account on a sing...

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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...

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...

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When investors lose trust, they can put stocks in the 'penalty box' When investors lose faith in management teams after debacles or scandals, they may put stocks of these companies in the ""penalty box."" Boeing and W...

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When investors lose trust, they can put stocks in the 'penalty box' When investors lose faith in management teams after debacles or scandals, they may put stocks of these companies in the ""penalty box."" Boeing and W...

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SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Repu...

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...

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...

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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...

‘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...

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...

PIC sails off with £1.6bn Merchant Navy pensions One of the UK's biggest specialist pension insurers is embarking on a £1.6bn deal to take over retirement funding obligations from the Merchant ...

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PIC sails off with £1.6bn Merchant Navy pensions One of the UK's biggest specialist pension insurers is embarking on a £1.6bn deal to take over retirement funding obligations from the Merchant ...

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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...

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House passes bill to rewrite labor laws and strengthen unions The bill would amend some of the country’s decades-old labor laws to give workers more power during disputes, and add penalties for employers who vio...

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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...

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...

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Cryptocurrency Scams Took in More Than $4 Billion in 2019 Ponzi schemes are the most popular form of fraud in bitcoin, ethereum and other cryptocurrencies, reaching into the mainstream for victims and gettin...

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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...

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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...

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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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eBay is more like the NYSE than Amazon, says Intercontinental Exchange CEO Jeffrey Sprecher Intercontinental Exchange CEO Jeffrey Sprecher suggested that eBay "be viewed as a 25-year-old cash market for collectible goods which looks a lot mo...

Canadians with lifelong disabilities can lose disability tax credit Robert Morley, who has been diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, just lost access to the federal disability tax credit even though his condition ...

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...

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Can US Energy Independence Last? Can US energy independence last through the 2020s amid a collapse in capital expenditure in the shale oil sector that has led to a drop in rig counts...

House passes bill to rewrite labor laws and strengthen unions The bill would amend some of the country’s decades-old labor laws to give workers more power during disputes, and add penalties for employers who vio...

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...

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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...

eBay is more like the NYSE than Amazon, says Intercontinental Exchange CEO Jeffrey Sprecher Intercontinental Exchange CEO Jeffrey Sprecher suggested that eBay "be viewed as a 25-year-old cash market for collectible goods which looks a lot mo...

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...

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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...

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...

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Credit Suisse chief Tidjane Thiam ousted after spying scandal The 57-year-old loses boardroom battle with Thomas Gottstein set to replace himProfile: man who traded politics for finance after military coupThe Cr...

There's a good chance the black truffle on your plate was purchased from the trunk of a car The medieval Provencal village of Richerenches is home to the largest black truffle market in France. Farmers pop open their trunks and trade up to 1...

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...

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...

Credit Suisse chief Tidjane Thiam ousted after spying scandal The 57-year-old loses boardroom battle with Thomas Gottstein set to replace himProfile: man who traded politics for finance after military coupThe Cr...

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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 ...

There's a good chance the black truffle on your plate was purchased from the trunk of a car The medieval Provencal village of Richerenches is home to the largest black truffle market in France. Farmers pop open their trunks and trade up to 1...

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...

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...

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...

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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...

African Union Summit: Guterres hails ‘shared values, mutual respect and common interests’ of UN partnership The UN chief on Saturday called on the international community to recognize the need for African counter-terrorism operations, backed by the UN Secur...

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...

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It's not 'appropriate' to compare energy stocks to tobacco, Chevron CEO says Energy stocks have come under pressure as investor sentiment shifts, but Chevron Chairman and CEO Michael Worth said that the sector will turn a corn...

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...

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...

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...

Junk bond scare is rising: 'No one cares. People are buying everything' The latest warning comes from Charles Schwab strategists, who are advising clients to reduce their exposure to a part of the market that will see a r...

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...

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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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 ...

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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 ...

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...

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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...

eBay is more like the NYSE than Amazon, says Intercontinental Exchange CEO Jeffrey Sprecher Intercontinental Exchange CEO Jeffrey Sprecher suggested that eBay "be viewed as a 25-year-old cash market for collectible goods which looks a lot mo...

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...

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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....

There's a good chance the black truffle on your plate was purchased from the trunk of a car The medieval Provencal village of Richerenches is home to the largest black truffle market in France. Farmers pop open their trunks and trade up to 1...

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...

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...

Importers Call Strike Against Three-Fold Duty Hike On Toys Protesting against the move, the toy wholesalers of the city went on a one-day strike, contending that the import duty hike will result in the closur...

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...

Credit Suisse chief Tidjane Thiam ousted after spying scandal The 57-year-old loses boardroom battle with Thomas Gottstein set to replace himProfile: man who traded politics for finance after military coupThe Cr...

There's a good chance the black truffle on your plate was purchased from the trunk of a car The medieval Provencal village of Richerenches is home to the largest black truffle market in France. Farmers pop open their trunks and trade up to 1...

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...

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Credit Suisse chief Tidjane Thiam ousted after spying scandal The 57-year-old loses boardroom battle with Thomas Gottstein set to replace himProfile: man who traded politics for finance after military coupThe Cr...

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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Tesla seems expensive at these prices even when valuing it like a high-growth tech stock Tesla's valuation has soared well past other automakers. Morgan Stanley looks at whether Tesla is more accurately valued as a technology stock instea...

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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...

Bank's power struggle sees chief walk the plank The departure of Tidjane Thiam as chief executive of Credit Suisse, after a boardroom power struggle that followed a spying scandal, is genuinely sho...

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...

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Democratic presidential candidates take aim at a tax break for small businesses Democratic contenders for the presidency are taking aim at the 20% qualified business income deduction — a tax break for "pass-through" entities, inc...

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 ...

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It's not 'appropriate' to compare energy stocks to tobacco, Chevron CEO says Energy stocks have come under pressure as investor sentiment shifts, but Chevron Chairman and CEO Michael Worth said that the sector will turn a corn...

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...

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...

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...

Junk bond scare is rising: 'No one cares. People are buying everything' The latest warning comes from Charles Schwab strategists, who are advising clients to reduce their exposure to a part of the market that will see a r...

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...

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...

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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...

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 ...

Gayle King Faults CBS for Promoting Interview Questions About Kobe Bryant The anchor criticized the network for using a video clip that took what she called “the most salacious part” of her interview with Lisa Leslie “out o...

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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 ...

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...

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...

eBay is more like the NYSE than Amazon, says Intercontinental Exchange CEO Jeffrey Sprecher Intercontinental Exchange CEO Jeffrey Sprecher suggested that eBay "be viewed as a 25-year-old cash market for collectible goods which looks a lot mo...

SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Repu...

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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...

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Can US Energy Independence Last? Can US energy independence last through the 2020s amid a collapse in capital expenditure in the shale oil sector that has led to a drop in rig counts...

Planned SAA route cuts: Consumers could end up paying more to fly The gap in supply left by SAA planning to cancel a number of routes and reduce some frequencies, could mean increased airfares for consumers, warns a...

Clearview’s Facial Recognition App Is Identifying Child Victims of Abuse Though a breakthrough for law enforcement, the technique could allow the little-known start-up to collect an extraordinarily sensitive set of data an...

Trump Opens National Monument Land to Energy Exploration The Trump administration finalized plans to open land once in Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument to mining and oil and gas exploratio...

As coronavirus travel restrictions keep Chinese tourists at home, a world that has grown dependent on them feels their absence Hotels and travel agencies catering to Chinese have seen what one employee in Rome called a “bloodbath” of cancellations, affecting everywhere from S...

US ambassador wasted $1B in Somalia and is now funding a coup Somalia descended into state failure in 1991, and famine quickly followed as warlords fought over the remnants of the country’s infrastructure. Telev...

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...

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...

Disney+ has amassed almost half of Netflix’s US subscriber base, and it only took three months Remember last year, when all those deals and discounts galore were being offered to everyone who signed up for Disney+ early, in advance of the strea...

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...

Tour Operators Face Severe Blow From China Coronavirus State carrier Air India has cancelled flights to China and Hong Kong until further notice while private carrier IndiGo has suspended its flights unti...

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...

Earnings Are Beating Expectations, but Rewards Are Scarce Share prices have risen just 0.7% on average for S&P 500 companies that beat earnings expectations this season, lower than the five-year average of 1...

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...

Bank's power struggle sees chief walk the plank The departure of Tidjane Thiam as chief executive of Credit Suisse, after a boardroom power struggle that followed a spying scandal, is genuinely sho...

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...

There is a limited one-time do-over when it comes to Social Security benefits. Here's how to use it Deciding when to claim Social Security benefits is one of the biggest financial decisions you will make. And if you have regrets, the good news is th...

Planned SAA route cuts: Consumers could end up paying more to fly The gap in supply left by SAA planning to cancel a number of routes and reduce some frequencies, could mean increased airfares for consumers, warns a...

There is a limited one-time do-over when it comes to Social Security benefits. Here's how to use it Deciding when to claim Social Security benefits is one of the biggest financial decisions you will make. And if you have regrets, the good news is th...

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...

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...

UPDATE 3-Pentagon official, Lockheed Martin pull out of Singapore Airshow The Pentagon shrunk the size of its delegation traveling to the Singapore Airshow and U.S. defense firm Lockheed Martin Corp said it would not attend...

Credit Suisse chief Tidjane Thiam ousted after spying scandal The 57-year-old loses boardroom battle with Thomas Gottstein set to replace himProfile: man who traded politics for finance after military coupThe Cr...

Europe Limits Government by Algorithm. The US, Not So Much A Dutch court halted a program to identify people more likely to commit benefits fraud. Critics said it discriminated against immigrants and low-inco...

Planned SAA route cuts: Consumers could end up paying more to fly The gap in supply left by SAA planning to cancel a number of routes and reduce some frequencies, could mean increased airfares for consumers, warns a...

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...

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 ...

Democratic presidential candidates take aim at a tax break for small businesses Democratic contenders for the presidency are taking aim at the 20% qualified business income deduction — a tax break for "pass-through" entities, inc...

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 ...

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...

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...

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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...

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...

Disney Apologizes After California Elementary School Gets Billed for Showing The Lion King (BERKELEY, Calif.) — The Walt Disney Co. has apologized to a California school that was charged a $250 licensing fee after showing the company&...

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...

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...

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...

China theft of technology is biggest law enforcement threat to US, FBI says Christopher Wray says China using ‘any means necessary’Chinese theft of US trade secrets costing ‘$300bn-$600bn a year’The FBI on Thursday identified...

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...

Europe Limits Government by Algorithm. The US, Not So Much A Dutch court halted a program to identify people more likely to commit benefits fraud. Critics said it discriminated against immigrants and low-inco...

Europe Limits Government by Algorithm. The US, Not So Much A Dutch court halted a program to identify people more likely to commit benefits fraud. Critics said it discriminated against immigrants and low-inco...

AbbVie leans on new treatments to forecast upbeat 2020 profit AbbVie Inc on Friday forecast 2020 earnings above Wall Street estimates as the drugmaker expects growth to be powered by its new treatments for psori...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Trans Mountain pipeline project’s opponents to ramp up protests in B.C. Opponents of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion say they will do whatever it takes to stop the project after suffering a devastating legal blow at...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Europe Limits Government by Algorithm. The US, Not So Much A Dutch court halted a program to identify people more likely to commit benefits fraud. Critics said it discriminated against immigrants and low-inco...

Oil prices could slide further as coronavirus outbreak continues, analyst says Both Brent and West Texas Intermediate crudes have suffered losses amid the outbreak, but there could be a further $5 a barrel downside for oil price...

Tour Operators Face Severe Blow From China Coronavirus State carrier Air India has cancelled flights to China and Hong Kong until further notice while private carrier IndiGo has suspended its flights unti...

Trump Opens National Monument Land to Energy Exploration The Trump administration finalized plans to open land once in Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument to mining and oil and gas exploratio...

$675 million appeal to stop coronavirus in its tracks, as deaths rise The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) appealed on Wednesday for $675 million to boost international measures to counter the new coronavirus...

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...

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...

USS St. Louis departs on maiden voyage to Central America The USS Little Rock, also known as Littoral Combat Ship 9, departed Mayport, Fla., Thursday for the U.S. Southern Command area of responsibility for ...

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 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....

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 ...

METALS-Copper falls as spread of coronavirus stokes demand worries Copper prices fell on Friday on concerns that a rising death toll from the coronavirus in China could lead to a bigger hit to economic activity and m...

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...

Wall St Week Ahead-Consumer discretionary names could see bumpy ride A raft of earnings reports from consumer discretionary companies and U.S. retail sales data set for the coming week could help investors determine to...

Can US Energy Independence Last? Can US energy independence last through the 2020s amid a collapse in capital expenditure in the shale oil sector that has led to a drop in rig counts...

Planned SAA route cuts: Consumers could end up paying more to fly The gap in supply left by SAA planning to cancel a number of routes and reduce some frequencies, could mean increased airfares for consumers, warns a...

Clearview’s Facial Recognition App Is Identifying Child Victims of Abuse Though a breakthrough for law enforcement, the technique could allow the little-known start-up to collect an extraordinarily sensitive set of data an...

Trump Opens National Monument Land to Energy Exploration The Trump administration finalized plans to open land once in Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument to mining and oil and gas exploratio...

As coronavirus travel restrictions keep Chinese tourists at home, a world that has grown dependent on them feels their absence Hotels and travel agencies catering to Chinese have seen what one employee in Rome called a “bloodbath” of cancellations, affecting everywhere from S...

US ambassador wasted $1B in Somalia and is now funding a coup Somalia descended into state failure in 1991, and famine quickly followed as warlords fought over the remnants of the country’s infrastructure. Telev...

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...

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...

Disney+ has amassed almost half of Netflix’s US subscriber base, and it only took three months Remember last year, when all those deals and discounts galore were being offered to everyone who signed up for Disney+ early, in advance of the strea...

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...

Tour Operators Face Severe Blow From China Coronavirus State carrier Air India has cancelled flights to China and Hong Kong until further notice while private carrier IndiGo has suspended its flights unti...

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...

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There could be a new Elon Musk stock for investors to bet on: SpaceX's Starlink SpaceX is considering spinning off its Starlink satellite business in the next several years, creating a separate company through an initial public s...

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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 ...

China theft of technology is biggest law enforcement threat to US, FBI says Christopher Wray says China using ‘any means necessary’Chinese theft of US trade secrets costing ‘$300bn-$600bn a year’The FBI on Thursday identified...

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Fiat Chrysler's profit rises ahead of Peugeot merger Fiat Chrysler posted a 7% rise in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, boosted by strong business in North America and better results in Latin America ...

Investors urged to beware of the Tesla 'fear of missing out' mania Tesla's stock broke records this week and is up around 82% since the beginning of the year, but investors should be cautious about putting too many e...

Life is good in Trump's America, and Democrats want to break it The Democrats are on a roll. The past couple of weeks have been a political parade of one disaster after another, all to the benefit of President Tru...

USS St. Louis departs on maiden voyage to Central America The USS Little Rock, also known as Littoral Combat Ship 9, departed Mayport, Fla., Thursday for the U.S. Southern Command area of responsibility for ...

Load shedding on Friday - and brace for more on the weekend Due to higher generating unit breakdowns, stage 2 load shedding will continue on Friday, with a high probability of load shedding on the weekend too,...

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...

Disney+ has amassed almost half of Netflix’s US subscriber base, and it only took three months Remember last year, when all those deals and discounts galore were being offered to everyone who signed up for Disney+ early, in advance of the strea...

Fiat Chrysler's profit rises ahead of Peugeot merger Fiat Chrysler posted a 7% rise in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, boosted by strong business in North America and better results in Latin America ...

Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

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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...

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 ...

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...

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...

Disney Apologizes After California Elementary School Gets Billed for Showing The Lion King (BERKELEY, Calif.) — The Walt Disney Co. has apologized to a California school that was charged a $250 licensing fee after showing the company&...

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...

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...

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...

China theft of technology is biggest law enforcement threat to US, FBI says Christopher Wray says China using ‘any means necessary’Chinese theft of US trade secrets costing ‘$300bn-$600bn a year’The FBI on Thursday identified...

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...

Europe Limits Government by Algorithm. The US, Not So Much A Dutch court halted a program to identify people more likely to commit benefits fraud. Critics said it discriminated against immigrants and low-inco...

Europe Limits Government by Algorithm. The US, Not So Much A Dutch court halted a program to identify people more likely to commit benefits fraud. Critics said it discriminated against immigrants and low-inco...

AbbVie leans on new treatments to forecast upbeat 2020 profit AbbVie Inc on Friday forecast 2020 earnings above Wall Street estimates as the drugmaker expects growth to be powered by its new treatments for psori...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Trans Mountain pipeline project’s opponents to ramp up protests in B.C. Opponents of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion say they will do whatever it takes to stop the project after suffering a devastating legal blow at...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Europe Limits Government by Algorithm. The US, Not So Much A Dutch court halted a program to identify people more likely to commit benefits fraud. Critics said it discriminated against immigrants and low-inco...

Oil prices could slide further as coronavirus outbreak continues, analyst says Both Brent and West Texas Intermediate crudes have suffered losses amid the outbreak, but there could be a further $5 a barrel downside for oil price...

Tour Operators Face Severe Blow From China Coronavirus State carrier Air India has cancelled flights to China and Hong Kong until further notice while private carrier IndiGo has suspended its flights unti...

Trump Opens National Monument Land to Energy Exploration The Trump administration finalized plans to open land once in Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument to mining and oil and gas exploratio...

SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Repu...

Macy’s Closes Its Corporate Headquarters in Cincinnati Amid Massive Restructuring for Online Shopping Era (CINCINNATI) — Macy’s closed its corporate headquarters in downtown Cincinnati as part of its plan to shutter about a fifth of its retail...

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....

An Algorithm That Grants Freedom, or Takes It Away Across the United States and Europe, software is making probation decisions and predicting whether teens will commit crime. Opponents want more human...

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...

On-demand fitness spending is spiking, and consumers are sticking with it longer than traditional gyms The fitness business is still booming, but one sector is taking a distinct lead. While spending across traditional gyms, boutique studios and on-dema...

Fiat Chrysler's profit rises ahead of Peugeot merger Fiat Chrysler posted a 7% rise in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, boosted by strong business in North America and better results in Latin America ...

SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Repu...

Apple Watch outsold the entire Swiss watch industry in 2019 Strategy Analytics estimates that Apple shipped 30.7 million units worldwide of its smartwatch last year, compared to 21.1 million for all Swiss watc...

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...

SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Repu...

On-demand fitness spending is spiking, and consumers are sticking with it longer than traditional gyms The fitness business is still booming, but one sector is taking a distinct lead. While spending across traditional gyms, boutique studios and on-dema...

China theft of technology is biggest law enforcement threat to US, FBI says Christopher Wray says China using ‘any means necessary’Chinese theft of US trade secrets costing ‘$300bn-$600bn a year’The FBI on Thursday identified...

Rupee Gains 7 Paise As RBI Maintains Accommodative Stance, Holds Rates At the interbank foreign exchange market, the local currency opened on a positive note at 71.22. During the day, it saw a high of 71.11 and a low of ...

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...

South Korea asks China for help in resuming production at auto parts plants The South Korean government said on Friday it has asked Chinese regional governments for help in resuming production at South Korean auto parts suppl...

Democratic presidential candidates take aim at a tax break for small businesses Democratic contenders for the presidency are taking aim at the 20% qualified business income deduction — a tax break for "pass-through" entities, inc...

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 ...

We've done it before: Goldman tells investors why they should trust its ambitions The bank says it remains committed to excellence, but its biggest pitch seems to be that it doesn’t feel the need to be the leader in everything it d...

Toyota keeps China plant output stopped through Feb. 16 as virus hits supply, logistics Toyota Motor Corp on Friday said production at all of its plants in China would remain suspended through Feb. 16, joining a growing number of automak...

There could be a new Elon Musk stock for investors to bet on: SpaceX's Starlink SpaceX is considering spinning off its Starlink satellite business in the next several years, creating a separate company through an initial public s...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

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 ...

China theft of technology is biggest law enforcement threat to US, FBI says Christopher Wray says China using ‘any means necessary’Chinese theft of US trade secrets costing ‘$300bn-$600bn a year’The FBI on Thursday identified...

Disney Apologizes After California Elementary School Gets Billed for Showing The Lion King (BERKELEY, Calif.) — The Walt Disney Co. has apologized to a California school that was charged a $250 licensing fee after showing the company&...

Fiat Chrysler's profit rises ahead of Peugeot merger Fiat Chrysler posted a 7% rise in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, boosted by strong business in North America and better results in Latin America ...

Investors urged to beware of the Tesla 'fear of missing out' mania Tesla's stock broke records this week and is up around 82% since the beginning of the year, but investors should be cautious about putting too many e...

Life is good in Trump's America, and Democrats want to break it The Democrats are on a roll. The past couple of weeks have been a political parade of one disaster after another, all to the benefit of President Tru...

USS St. Louis departs on maiden voyage to Central America The USS Little Rock, also known as Littoral Combat Ship 9, departed Mayport, Fla., Thursday for the U.S. Southern Command area of responsibility for ...

Load shedding on Friday - and brace for more on the weekend Due to higher generating unit breakdowns, stage 2 load shedding will continue on Friday, with a high probability of load shedding on the weekend too,...

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...

Disney+ has amassed almost half of Netflix’s US subscriber base, and it only took three months Remember last year, when all those deals and discounts galore were being offered to everyone who signed up for Disney+ early, in advance of the strea...

Fiat Chrysler's profit rises ahead of Peugeot merger Fiat Chrysler posted a 7% rise in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, boosted by strong business in North America and better results in Latin America ...

Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

U.S. interest positive for Ericsson, says top owner Cevian U.S. interest in buying a stake in Ericsson would be positive for the company, but any deal would have to be at a far higher price level than today's...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

Fiat Chrysler's profit rises ahead of Peugeot merger Fiat Chrysler posted a 7% rise in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, boosted by strong business in North America and better results in Latin America ...

Twitter shares soar after first $1 billion quarter Shares of Twitter soared more than 18 percent higher on Thursday after the social network reported its largest-ever user growth in a quarter. The bit...

Clearview AI, the controversial company building a searchable database of peoples' faces, is reportedly planning a 'rapid international expansion' that includes countries with documented human rights abuses Thomas Peter/Reuters Clearview AI, the company that built a controversial tool that lets users identify people by uploading a picture of their face, ...

Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

Fiat Chrysler's profit rises ahead of Peugeot merger Fiat Chrysler posted a 7% rise in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, boosted by strong business in North America and better results in Latin America ...

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...

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...

EU Deepens Antitrust Inquiry Into Facebook's Data Practices Authorities have sought documents related to the social media company’s alleged efforts to identify and squash potential rivals, deepening an EU prel...

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....

UK to 'drive hard bargain' as it seeks far-reaching US trade deal The UK will "drive a hard bargain" as it seeks trade deals with the US and other countries that benefit consumers and businesses while maintaining st...

$675 million appeal to stop coronavirus in its tracks, as deaths rise The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) appealed on Wednesday for $675 million to boost international measures to counter the new coronavirus...

SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Repu...

Macy’s Closes Its Corporate Headquarters in Cincinnati Amid Massive Restructuring for Online Shopping Era (CINCINNATI) — Macy’s closed its corporate headquarters in downtown Cincinnati as part of its plan to shutter about a fifth of its retail...

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....

An Algorithm That Grants Freedom, or Takes It Away Across the United States and Europe, software is making probation decisions and predicting whether teens will commit crime. Opponents want more human...

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...

On-demand fitness spending is spiking, and consumers are sticking with it longer than traditional gyms The fitness business is still booming, but one sector is taking a distinct lead. While spending across traditional gyms, boutique studios and on-dema...

Fiat Chrysler's profit rises ahead of Peugeot merger Fiat Chrysler posted a 7% rise in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, boosted by strong business in North America and better results in Latin America ...

SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Repu...

Apple Watch outsold the entire Swiss watch industry in 2019 Strategy Analytics estimates that Apple shipped 30.7 million units worldwide of its smartwatch last year, compared to 21.1 million for all Swiss watc...

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...

SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Repu...

On-demand fitness spending is spiking, and consumers are sticking with it longer than traditional gyms The fitness business is still booming, but one sector is taking a distinct lead. While spending across traditional gyms, boutique studios and on-dema...

China theft of technology is biggest law enforcement threat to US, FBI says Christopher Wray says China using ‘any means necessary’Chinese theft of US trade secrets costing ‘$300bn-$600bn a year’The FBI on Thursday identified...

Rupee Gains 7 Paise As RBI Maintains Accommodative Stance, Holds Rates At the interbank foreign exchange market, the local currency opened on a positive note at 71.22. During the day, it saw a high of 71.11 and a low of ...

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...

South Korea asks China for help in resuming production at auto parts plants The South Korean government said on Friday it has asked Chinese regional governments for help in resuming production at South Korean auto parts suppl...

Democratic presidential candidates take aim at a tax break for small businesses Democratic contenders for the presidency are taking aim at the 20% qualified business income deduction — a tax break for "pass-through" entities, inc...

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 ...

We've done it before: Goldman tells investors why they should trust its ambitions The bank says it remains committed to excellence, but its biggest pitch seems to be that it doesn’t feel the need to be the leader in everything it d...

House Democrats to vote to take controversial California 'gig economy' regulations national The House will vote Thursday on Democratic legislation that would nationalize California's efforts to unionize drivers for Uber and Lyft and others i...

Grubhub threatens ChowNow over ‘sky-high’ fee accusations Knives are out at Grubhub after a competitor accused it of bleeding its restaurant partners dry with “sky-high” fees, The Post has learned. The Chica...

Barnes & Noble Reverses Course on Redesigned Book Covers The bookseller planned to promote classic novels with covers featuring people of color for Black History Month. Critics accused it of “literary black...

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 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...

Disney+ has amassed almost half of Netflix’s US subscriber base, and it only took three months Remember last year, when all those deals and discounts galore were being offered to everyone who signed up for Disney+ early, in advance of the strea...

Fed's Mary Daly says current interest rates put economy 'in a good place to weather the storms' San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly said she believes last year's rate cuts put the U.S. economy in a strong position to deal with external headwin...

Trump is having his best week ever, and the Democrats just handed it to him on a plate Reuters President Donald Trump's chances of reelection looked like they were in trouble at the beginning of the year. But a series of errors by Democ...

China tariff cut buoys stocks as investors look beyond virus Stock markets across the world rose on Thursday, buoyed by record highs on Wall Street and a move by China to halve tariffs on some U.S. goods that e...

JC Penney revamps women's clothing brand, focusing on denim in bid to boost sales The relaunch of its Ana brand is part of Penney's strategy to pull itself out of a sales slump and remain relevant as more and more people turn to Am...

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...

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 ...

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...

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 ...

Franchising growth could fall to lowest rate in four years amid election year uncertainty The International Franchise Association's Franchise Business Economic Outlook for 2020 projects the number of franchised business in the U.S. will in...

Trans Mountain pipeline project’s opponents to ramp up protests in B.C. Opponents of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion say they will do whatever it takes to stop the project after suffering a devastating legal blow at...

China tariff cut set to power Wall Street to record highs Wall Street's main indexes were set to hit record highs at the open on Thursday as China's plan to chop additional tariffs on some American goods by ...

SA business mood has worst start to year since 1993 South African business confidence had the worst start to a year since 1993, increasing pressure on President Cyril Ramaphosa to detail decisive refor...

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...

There actually is a time to dump stocks and move to cash, some experts say With stocks zigzagging and continued volatility expected, investors may wonder whether they should jump out of the market — whether permanently or fo...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

Fiat Chrysler's profit rises ahead of Peugeot merger Fiat Chrysler posted a 7% rise in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, boosted by strong business in North America and better results in Latin America ...

Twitter shares soar after first $1 billion quarter Shares of Twitter soared more than 18 percent higher on Thursday after the social network reported its largest-ever user growth in a quarter. The bit...

Clearview AI, the controversial company building a searchable database of peoples' faces, is reportedly planning a 'rapid international expansion' that includes countries with documented human rights abuses Thomas Peter/Reuters Clearview AI, the company that built a controversial tool that lets users identify people by uploading a picture of their face, ...

Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

Fiat Chrysler's profit rises ahead of Peugeot merger Fiat Chrysler posted a 7% rise in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, boosted by strong business in North America and better results in Latin America ...

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...

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...

EU Deepens Antitrust Inquiry Into Facebook's Data Practices Authorities have sought documents related to the social media company’s alleged efforts to identify and squash potential rivals, deepening an EU prel...

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....

UK to 'drive hard bargain' as it seeks far-reaching US trade deal The UK will "drive a hard bargain" as it seeks trade deals with the US and other countries that benefit consumers and businesses while maintaining st...

$675 million appeal to stop coronavirus in its tracks, as deaths rise The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) appealed on Wednesday for $675 million to boost international measures to counter the new coronavirus...

Franchising growth could fall to lowest rate in four years amid election year uncertainty The International Franchise Association's Franchise Business Economic Outlook for 2020 projects the number of franchised business in the U.S. will in...

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 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...

Saudi Arabia fund dumped nearly all of its Tesla shares in the fourth quarter before the rally The Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund in the fourth quarter of last year dumped nearly all the shares of Tesla that it owned, a new filing Tuesday ...

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...

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...

Snow and Ice Pose a Vexing Obstacle for Self-Driving Cars Most testing of autonomous vehicles until now has been in sunny, dry climates. That will have to change before the technology will be useful everywhe...

Kia In Talks Over Moving $1.1 Billion Plant Out Of Andhra Pradesh: Report Kia has been troubled by a new state law on local hiring and by the new state government wanting to review the incentives given out by the previous a...

The Super Bowl’s Real Winner Was … Bill Murray? For marketers across the country, the main action took place off the field. Now they are desperately running the numbers to see which brands broke th...

Clorox CEO on coronavirus outbreak: 'We're not seeing an impact on sales just yet' Clorox is "leaning into inventory to be ready, just in case" demand increases for disinfecting products, CEO Benno Dorer tells Jim Cramer amid corona...

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...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Are you a good tipper? Here's how to tell whether you're truly generous. When asked, most Americans will say they are great tippers. But when it comes down to it, new research shows baby boomers are more likely to give. He...

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...

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...

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...

Snow and Ice Pose a Vexing Obstacle for Self-Driving Cars Most testing of autonomous vehicles until now has been in sunny, dry climates. That will have to change before the technology will be useful everywhe...

40 companies net up to $982.1 million for Navy’s drone vessel program The U.S. Navy has awarded contracts to 40 companies received a contract, with a combined potential value of $982.1 million to support the Navy's Unma...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

Huawei Sues Verizon in U.S. Over Patents The Chinese telecom giant filed a lawsuit against the U.S. carrier, demanding it pay fees for the use of a dozen patents in its networks, escalating ...

House Democrats to vote to take controversial California 'gig economy' regulations national The House will vote Thursday on Democratic legislation that would nationalize California's efforts to unionize drivers for Uber and Lyft and others i...

Grubhub threatens ChowNow over ‘sky-high’ fee accusations Knives are out at Grubhub after a competitor accused it of bleeding its restaurant partners dry with “sky-high” fees, The Post has learned. The Chica...

Barnes & Noble Reverses Course on Redesigned Book Covers The bookseller planned to promote classic novels with covers featuring people of color for Black History Month. Critics accused it of “literary black...

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 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...

Disney+ has amassed almost half of Netflix’s US subscriber base, and it only took three months Remember last year, when all those deals and discounts galore were being offered to everyone who signed up for Disney+ early, in advance of the strea...

Fed's Mary Daly says current interest rates put economy 'in a good place to weather the storms' San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly said she believes last year's rate cuts put the U.S. economy in a strong position to deal with external headwin...

Trump is having his best week ever, and the Democrats just handed it to him on a plate Reuters President Donald Trump's chances of reelection looked like they were in trouble at the beginning of the year. But a series of errors by Democ...

China tariff cut buoys stocks as investors look beyond virus Stock markets across the world rose on Thursday, buoyed by record highs on Wall Street and a move by China to halve tariffs on some U.S. goods that e...

JC Penney revamps women's clothing brand, focusing on denim in bid to boost sales The relaunch of its Ana brand is part of Penney's strategy to pull itself out of a sales slump and remain relevant as more and more people turn to Am...

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...

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 ...

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...

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 ...

Franchising growth could fall to lowest rate in four years amid election year uncertainty The International Franchise Association's Franchise Business Economic Outlook for 2020 projects the number of franchised business in the U.S. will in...

Trans Mountain pipeline project’s opponents to ramp up protests in B.C. Opponents of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion say they will do whatever it takes to stop the project after suffering a devastating legal blow at...

China tariff cut set to power Wall Street to record highs Wall Street's main indexes were set to hit record highs at the open on Thursday as China's plan to chop additional tariffs on some American goods by ...

SA business mood has worst start to year since 1993 South African business confidence had the worst start to a year since 1993, increasing pressure on President Cyril Ramaphosa to detail decisive refor...

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...

There actually is a time to dump stocks and move to cash, some experts say With stocks zigzagging and continued volatility expected, investors may wonder whether they should jump out of the market — whether permanently or fo...

Hike corporation tax to fund £6bn rates cut, retailers urge The Treasury should hike corporation tax to fund a £6bn business rates cut for struggling high streets, according to a government-commissioned r...

Tesla Stock Is Going Absolutely Bonkers — But Nobody’s Really Sure Why About $55 billion of Tesla Inc. shares were traded Tuesday as investors piled into a rally that has doubled the electric-car maker’s stock pric...

Air Force tests Minuteman III strike missile in Vandenberg launch A team of Air Force Global Strike Command Airmen launched an unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile with a test reentry vehicle sho...

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...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Trump Promotes Low Unemployment and Rising Wages in State of the Union The president emphasized a “blue collar” boom in his speech to Congress. But workers in those industries have seen a slowdown — or even losses — in j...

Kirk Douglas, Oscar-nominated 'Spartacus' actor, dead at 103 Alberto E. Rodriguez/WireImage/Getty Kirk Douglas died at the age of 103. His son, Michael Douglas, confirmed the news in a statement to People. The ...

Casper Prices IPO at $12 The mattress seller priced its IPO at the low end of its already slashed range, the latest sign that the path to public ownership remains treacherous...

White House adviser accuses Amazon’s Bezos of backing out of meeting on fake products Trade adviser Peter Navarro said Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been ducking efforts to meet over counterfeiting. An Amazon spokeswoman said senior execut...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Repu...

‘I'm not a robot’: Amazon workers condemn unsafe, grueling conditions at warehouse Employees under pressure to work faster call on retail giant to improve conditions – and take their complaints seriouslyRina Cummings has worked thre...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

Trump Promotes Low Unemployment and Rising Wages in State of the Union The president emphasized a “blue collar” boom in his speech to Congress. But workers in those industries have seen a slowdown — or even losses — in j...

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...

Saudi Arabia fund dumped nearly all of its Tesla shares in the fourth quarter before the rally The Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund in the fourth quarter of last year dumped nearly all the shares of Tesla that it owned, a new filing Tuesday ...

Grubhub threatens ChowNow over ‘sky-high’ fee accusations Knives are out at Grubhub after a competitor accused it of bleeding its restaurant partners dry with “sky-high” fees, The Post has learned. The Chica...

Clorox CEO on coronavirus outbreak: 'We're not seeing an impact on sales just yet' Clorox is "leaning into inventory to be ready, just in case" demand increases for disinfecting products, CEO Benno Dorer tells Jim Cramer amid corona...

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The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Novo Nordisk sees slower 2020 growth with US insulin prices pressured Diabetes drug maker Novo Nordisk said on Wednesday it expects its business to grow at a slower pace in 2020 compared to last year with insulin prices...

Sensex, Nifty Edge Higher Ahead Of RBI Policy Statement On Wednesday, the domestic markets had continued their rally for the third straight day, with the Sensex ending 353.28 points - or 0.87 per cent - hi...

Franchising growth could fall to lowest rate in four years amid election year uncertainty The International Franchise Association's Franchise Business Economic Outlook for 2020 projects the number of franchised business in the U.S. will in...

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 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...

Saudi Arabia fund dumped nearly all of its Tesla shares in the fourth quarter before the rally The Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund in the fourth quarter of last year dumped nearly all the shares of Tesla that it owned, a new filing Tuesday ...

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...

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...

Snow and Ice Pose a Vexing Obstacle for Self-Driving Cars Most testing of autonomous vehicles until now has been in sunny, dry climates. That will have to change before the technology will be useful everywhe...

Kia In Talks Over Moving $1.1 Billion Plant Out Of Andhra Pradesh: Report Kia has been troubled by a new state law on local hiring and by the new state government wanting to review the incentives given out by the previous a...

The Super Bowl’s Real Winner Was … Bill Murray? For marketers across the country, the main action took place off the field. Now they are desperately running the numbers to see which brands broke th...

Clorox CEO on coronavirus outbreak: 'We're not seeing an impact on sales just yet' Clorox is "leaning into inventory to be ready, just in case" demand increases for disinfecting products, CEO Benno Dorer tells Jim Cramer amid corona...

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...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Are you a good tipper? Here's how to tell whether you're truly generous. When asked, most Americans will say they are great tippers. But when it comes down to it, new research shows baby boomers are more likely to give. He...

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...

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...

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...

Snow and Ice Pose a Vexing Obstacle for Self-Driving Cars Most testing of autonomous vehicles until now has been in sunny, dry climates. That will have to change before the technology will be useful everywhe...

40 companies net up to $982.1 million for Navy’s drone vessel program The U.S. Navy has awarded contracts to 40 companies received a contract, with a combined potential value of $982.1 million to support the Navy's Unma...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

Huawei Sues Verizon in U.S. Over Patents The Chinese telecom giant filed a lawsuit against the U.S. carrier, demanding it pay fees for the use of a dozen patents in its networks, escalating ...

GM forecasts flat 2020 profit after a rough 2019; shares gain General Motors Co on Wednesday forecast flat profits for 2020 and reported a better-than-expected fourth quarter result as it kicked off a new effort...

Santander shifts its centre of gravity to Latin America With Santander Brasil registering record profits and Santander Mexico promising the same, the outlook for the group looks Latin. As its European busi...

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...

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...

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...

SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Repu...

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 ...

Are you a good tipper? Here's how to tell whether you're truly generous. When asked, most Americans will say they are great tippers. But when it comes down to it, new research shows baby boomers are more likely to give. He...

Oil prices could slide further as coronavirus outbreak continues, analyst says Both Brent and West Texas Intermediate crudes have suffered losses amid the outbreak, but there could be a further $5 a barrel downside for oil price...

Consumer Commission Asks Lufthansa, British Airways To Pay 65 Lakh As Relief The complainant, a senior citizen, had suffered great mental agony and physical harassment due to re-routing and cancellation of the confirmed flight...

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...

WHO says coronavirus cases surge: 'Most cases in a single day' The number of cases for coronavirus surged in the last day, with more than 3,100 new patients confirmed in China, the World Health Organization said....

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...

Fed's Mary Daly says current interest rates put economy 'in a good place to weather the storms' San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly said she believes last year's rate cuts put the U.S. economy in a strong position to deal with external headwin...

‘I'm not a robot’: Amazon workers condemn unsafe, grueling conditions at warehouse Employees under pressure to work faster call on retail giant to improve conditions – and take their complaints seriouslyRina Cummings has worked thre...

Bill Ackman sells Starbucks for huge return as China stores close over coronavirus Bill Ackman just decaffeinated his portfolio. The billionaire investor on Wednesday said his Pershing Square hedge fund sold its stake in Starbucks f...

Macy's says it will grow 4 of its private brands to $1 billion Part of Macy's strategy to try to keep shoppers interested in its stores is to revamp its private labels, with the goal of offering customers somethi...

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...

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...

Hike corporation tax to fund £6bn rates cut, retailers urge The Treasury should hike corporation tax to fund a £6bn business rates cut for struggling high streets, according to a government-commissioned r...

Tesla Stock Is Going Absolutely Bonkers — But Nobody’s Really Sure Why About $55 billion of Tesla Inc. shares were traded Tuesday as investors piled into a rally that has doubled the electric-car maker’s stock pric...

Air Force tests Minuteman III strike missile in Vandenberg launch A team of Air Force Global Strike Command Airmen launched an unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile with a test reentry vehicle sho...

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...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Trump Promotes Low Unemployment and Rising Wages in State of the Union The president emphasized a “blue collar” boom in his speech to Congress. But workers in those industries have seen a slowdown — or even losses — in j...

Kirk Douglas, Oscar-nominated 'Spartacus' actor, dead at 103 Alberto E. Rodriguez/WireImage/Getty Kirk Douglas died at the age of 103. His son, Michael Douglas, confirmed the news in a statement to People. The ...

Casper Prices IPO at $12 The mattress seller priced its IPO at the low end of its already slashed range, the latest sign that the path to public ownership remains treacherous...

White House adviser accuses Amazon’s Bezos of backing out of meeting on fake products Trade adviser Peter Navarro said Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been ducking efforts to meet over counterfeiting. An Amazon spokeswoman said senior execut...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Repu...

‘I'm not a robot’: Amazon workers condemn unsafe, grueling conditions at warehouse Employees under pressure to work faster call on retail giant to improve conditions – and take their complaints seriouslyRina Cummings has worked thre...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

Trump Promotes Low Unemployment and Rising Wages in State of the Union The president emphasized a “blue collar” boom in his speech to Congress. But workers in those industries have seen a slowdown — or even losses — in j...

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...

Saudi Arabia fund dumped nearly all of its Tesla shares in the fourth quarter before the rally The Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund in the fourth quarter of last year dumped nearly all the shares of Tesla that it owned, a new filing Tuesday ...

Grubhub threatens ChowNow over ‘sky-high’ fee accusations Knives are out at Grubhub after a competitor accused it of bleeding its restaurant partners dry with “sky-high” fees, The Post has learned. The Chica...

Clorox CEO on coronavirus outbreak: 'We're not seeing an impact on sales just yet' Clorox is "leaning into inventory to be ready, just in case" demand increases for disinfecting products, CEO Benno Dorer tells Jim Cramer amid corona...

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 Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Novo Nordisk sees slower 2020 growth with US insulin prices pressured Diabetes drug maker Novo Nordisk said on Wednesday it expects its business to grow at a slower pace in 2020 compared to last year with insulin prices...

Sensex, Nifty Edge Higher Ahead Of RBI Policy Statement On Wednesday, the domestic markets had continued their rally for the third straight day, with the Sensex ending 353.28 points - or 0.87 per cent - hi...

Natural Gas Runs Out of Gas: What the Frack Happened? Recent months saw a large decline in natural gas prices: news stories blame a "supply glut" and "mild winter." Yet see for yourself exactly why expla...

‘Spectre of poverty’ hangs over tribes and indigenous groups: UN labour agency Indigenous and tribal communities are around three times more likely to face extreme poverty than others with women “consistently at the bottom of al...

Stimulus hopes, virus containment steps lift world stocks Expectations of more central bank stimulus lifted world stocks to their highest in more than a week on Wednesday, helping investors look past a mount...

The gig economy has ballooned by 6 million people since 2010. Financial worries may follow The share of workers in the gig economy has grown 15% among American businesses since 2010, and some experts worry about the financial challenges thi...

Top LA real estate agent's $1 million mistake is now his biggest lesson for aspiring entrepreneurs Aaron Kirman is among America's top real estate agents, but he once made a mistake that cost him $1 million. Now his fumble is his biggest lesson for...

Diminished expectations: Democratic labor bill waters down 'card check' House Democrats will vote Thursday on legislation that amounts to a wish list for unions but waters down one measure labor leaders have wanted for ye...

Seniors deal with the harsh reality of debt Allen Lomax knows how retirement is supposed to go: By your golden years, you should have paid off your house, built up a big pot of savings, and be ...

Fed's Bostic says new virus hasn't changed his outlook China's virus outbreak has prompted traders to begin pricing in a U.S. interest rate cut by June but has not swayed the views of Atlanta Federal Rese...

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...

Low Casper valuation worries early investors Casper’s celebrity investors may not be sleeping so well over the next several months. Wall Street’s orders for the fledgling mattress company’s plan...

Snow and Ice Pose a Vexing Obstacle for Self-Driving Cars Most testing of autonomous vehicles until now has been in sunny, dry climates. That will have to change before the technology will be useful everywhe...

Treasury Releases New Details on 20-Year Bond Plans The Treasury said it plans to issue new 20-year bonds each quarter— in February, May, August and November—and will hold auctions in the third week of...

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...

Macy's is closing roughly 125 stores in 19 states. Is your location on the list? Macy's will close roughly 125 stores, a fifth of its locations, and is cutting slashing about 2,000 positions over the next three years.   ...

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...

Natural Gas Runs Out of Gas: What the Frack Happened? Recent months saw a large decline in natural gas prices: news stories blame a "supply glut" and "mild winter." Yet see for yourself exactly why expla...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

GM forecasts flat 2020 profit after a rough 2019; shares gain General Motors Co on Wednesday forecast flat profits for 2020 and reported a better-than-expected fourth quarter result as it kicked off a new effort...

Santander shifts its centre of gravity to Latin America With Santander Brasil registering record profits and Santander Mexico promising the same, the outlook for the group looks Latin. As its European busi...

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...

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...

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...

SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Repu...

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 ...

Are you a good tipper? Here's how to tell whether you're truly generous. When asked, most Americans will say they are great tippers. But when it comes down to it, new research shows baby boomers are more likely to give. He...

Oil prices could slide further as coronavirus outbreak continues, analyst says Both Brent and West Texas Intermediate crudes have suffered losses amid the outbreak, but there could be a further $5 a barrel downside for oil price...

Consumer Commission Asks Lufthansa, British Airways To Pay 65 Lakh As Relief The complainant, a senior citizen, had suffered great mental agony and physical harassment due to re-routing and cancellation of the confirmed flight...

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...

WHO says coronavirus cases surge: 'Most cases in a single day' The number of cases for coronavirus surged in the last day, with more than 3,100 new patients confirmed in China, the World Health Organization said....

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...

Fed's Mary Daly says current interest rates put economy 'in a good place to weather the storms' San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly said she believes last year's rate cuts put the U.S. economy in a strong position to deal with external headwin...

‘I'm not a robot’: Amazon workers condemn unsafe, grueling conditions at warehouse Employees under pressure to work faster call on retail giant to improve conditions – and take their complaints seriouslyRina Cummings has worked thre...

Bill Ackman sells Starbucks for huge return as China stores close over coronavirus Bill Ackman just decaffeinated his portfolio. The billionaire investor on Wednesday said his Pershing Square hedge fund sold its stake in Starbucks f...

Macy's says it will grow 4 of its private brands to $1 billion Part of Macy's strategy to try to keep shoppers interested in its stores is to revamp its private labels, with the goal of offering customers somethi...

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...

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...

PM accused of 'moving goalposts' as petrol and diesel car ban brought forward Boris Johnson has been accused by the car industry of "moving the goalposts" as he confirmed plans to phase out new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars by...

Fed's Bostic says new virus hasn't changed his outlook China's virus outbreak has prompted traders to begin pricing in a U.S. interest rate cut by June but has not swayed the views of Atlanta Federal Rese...

Audit finds unaddressed training deficiencies on Burke-class destroyers Navy fleet commanders identified -- but did not address -- training deficiencies during deployment cycles for Arleigh Burke-class missile destroyers,...

State AGs, Justice Department discuss Google antitrust probe State attorneys general investigating Alphabet Inc's Google unit met on Tuesday with U.S. Justice Department officials to coordinate efforts to probe...

‘Spectre of poverty’ hangs over tribes and indigenous groups: UN labour agency Indigenous and tribal communities are around three times more likely to face extreme poverty than others with women “consistently at the bottom of al...

Disney+ has amassed almost half of Netflix’s US subscriber base, and it only took three months Remember last year, when all those deals and discounts galore were being offered to everyone who signed up for Disney+ early, in advance of the strea...

Royal Caribbean cuts earnings guidance, warns more cruises may be canceled amid coronavirus uncertainty Royal Caribbean Cruises warned of more canceled cruises in its fourth-quarter earnings call Tuesday and said it expects to take an earnings hit of 25...

Crude bear market: History says oil prices can fall another 10% WTI crude and Brent crude are both near bear markets in 2020, with declines of roughly 17%. Trading history in the past decade suggests oil prices ca...

Even if Trump Doesn’t Bring Up Climate Change Tonight, This Ad Will Seventh Generation, known for a toilet tissue made of recycled paper, will follow the State of the Union address with a 60-second commercial on three...

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...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

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Top LA real estate agent's $1 million mistake is now his biggest lesson for aspiring entrepreneurs Aaron Kirman is among America's top real estate agents, but he once made a mistake that cost him $1 million. Now his fumble is his biggest lesson for...

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Treasury Releases New Details on 20-Year Bond Plans The Treasury said it plans to issue new 20-year bonds each quarter— in February, May, August and November—and will hold auctions in the third week of...

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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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...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

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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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The gig economy has ballooned by 6 million people since 2010. Financial worries may follow The share of workers in the gig economy has grown 15% among American businesses since 2010, and some experts worry about the financial challenges thi...

Disney Plus had 26.5 million subscribers in its first six weeks The 28.6 million figure shows that the company’s intense bid to convince American consumers to tune directly to Disney for their content — instead of...

‘Spectre of poverty’ hangs over tribes and indigenous groups: UN labour agency Indigenous and tribal communities are around three times more likely to face extreme poverty than others with women “consistently at the bottom of al...

Cboe Global Markets Acquires Data Analytics Companies Hanweck and FT Options CHICAGO – February 4, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today announced it ...

Macy's to Close 125 Stores, Exit Weakest Malls The department-store operator is cutting back sharply in an admission that a fifth of its locations cannot thrive as shoppers buy more online and mak...

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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...

The Market's Favorite Recession Signal Probably Has It Wrong The market’s most-popular recession warning is flashing red as fears about the economic impact of China’s coronavirus outbreak. Yet the warning could...

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...

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Fed's Bostic says new virus hasn't changed his outlook China's virus outbreak has prompted traders to begin pricing in a U.S. interest rate cut by June but has not swayed the views of Atlanta Federal Rese...

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Fed's Bostic says new virus hasn't changed his outlook China's virus outbreak has prompted traders to begin pricing in a U.S. interest rate cut by June but has not swayed the views of Atlanta Federal Rese...

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The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

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Fed's Bostic says new virus hasn't changed his outlook China's virus outbreak has prompted traders to begin pricing in a U.S. interest rate cut by June but has not swayed the views of Atlanta Federal Rese...

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Eskom CEO says he wasn't aware Mantashe would announce idea for new power generation entity The minister of mineral resources and energy said on Monday he had invited investors to either partner with the state or invest on their own in the c...

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Cboe Global Markets Acquires Data Analytics Companies Hanweck and FT Options CHICAGO – February 4, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today announced it ...

A New Generation Seeks to Give It All Away Now Families create foundations typically to establish a long-term philanthropic legacy, but a new study shows some want to see the immediate impact of t...

Defense aircraft demand lifts U.S. factory orders; underlying softness remains New orders for U.S.-made goods increased by the most in nearly 1-1/2 years in December, flattered by robust demand for defense aircraft, but persiste...

Fireflies Have a Mating Problem: The Lights Are Always On Habitat loss and pesticides are threatening firefly populations, a new study has found. It also cited a problem unique to glowing bugs: light polluti...

Gig work balloons over past decade — as do the financial worries The share of workers in the gig economy has grown 15% among American businesses since 2010, and some experts worry about the financial challenges thi...

‘Spectre of poverty’ hangs over tribes and indigenous groups: UN labour agency Indigenous and tribal communities are around three times more likely to face extreme poverty than others with women “consistently at the bottom of al...

Cboe Global Markets Acquires Data Analytics Companies Hanweck and FT Options CHICAGO – February 4, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today announced it ...

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2 Charts That "Might Just Take Your Breath Away" When you've done something for years, you start to notice patterns. We've been forecasting the markets since the 1970s, and we've picked up on some p...

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King of Goldman's 'Straders' to Leave Firm Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s “straders,” the hybrid trader-coder whose star has been on the rise inside the Wall Street firm, are losing their ringlead...

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‘Spectre of poverty’ hangs over tribes and indigenous groups: UN labour agency Indigenous and tribal communities are around three times more likely to face extreme poverty than others with women “consistently at the bottom of al...

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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...

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Natural Gas Runs Out of Gas: What the Frack Happened? Recent months saw a large decline in natural gas prices: news stories blame a "supply glut" and "mild winter." Yet see for yourself exactly why expla...

What to expect if the markets take a coronavirus ‘swan’ dive Black swans. You are going to start hearing about these birds a lot if the stock market keeps going lower because of the worldwide coronavirus scare....

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Fed's Bostic says new virus hasn't changed his outlook China's virus outbreak has prompted traders to begin pricing in a U.S. interest rate cut by June but has not swayed the views of Atlanta Federal Rese...

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Natural Gas Runs Out of Gas: What the Frack Happened? Recent months saw a large decline in natural gas prices: news stories blame a "supply glut" and "mild winter." Yet see for yourself exactly why expla...

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...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

See the Forecasts Which Predicted 12 Months of Action in Treasuries This Chart of the Day will show you something ... different: A year's worth of the move-by-move analysis we delivered to Interest Rate Pro Services s...

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...

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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Fireflies Have a Mating Problem: The Lights Are Always On Habitat loss and pesticides are threatening firefly populations, a new study has found. It also cited a problem unique to glowing bugs: light polluti...

California lawmaker introduces bill to make PG&E a publicly owned utility A California lawmaker has introduced a bill aimed at making PG&E Corp a publicly owned utility, a year after liabilities from wildfires traced back t...

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More retailers file for bankruptcy twice as they struggle with rising debt, pressure from Amazon Over the years, numerous retail chains have filed for bankruptcy protection twice. Examples include Barneys New York, RadioShack, Wet Seal and Americ...

More retailers file for bankruptcy twice as they struggle with rising debt, pressure from Amazon Over the years, numerous retail chains have filed for bankruptcy protection twice. Examples include Barneys New York, RadioShack, Wet Seal and Americ...

King of Goldman's 'Straders' to Leave Firm Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s “straders,” the hybrid trader-coder whose star has been on the rise inside the Wall Street firm, are losing their ringlead...

Capital markets in UAE set for listings boost A draft law in the United Arab Emirates will see more family-run corporates listing, while pension reforms will create a huge pool of investable asse...

King of Goldman's 'Straders' to Leave Firm Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s “straders,” the hybrid trader-coder whose star has been on the rise inside the Wall Street firm, are losing their ringlead...

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More retailers file for bankruptcy twice as they struggle with rising debt, pressure from Amazon Over the years, numerous retail chains have filed for bankruptcy protection twice. Examples include Barneys New York, RadioShack, Wet Seal and Americ...

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Trump Administration Moves to Relax Rules Against Killing Birds A proposed regulation would codify a legal opinion in 2017 that declared the accidental killing of birds during the course of business as no longer s...

2 Charts That "Might Just Take Your Breath Away" When you've done something for years, you start to notice patterns. We've been forecasting the markets since the 1970s, and we've picked up on some p...

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AT&T’s latest TV subscriber losses are roughly equal to the population of Dallas To really put into perspective the size of the TV subscriber losses that AT&T suffered during the final three months of 2019, it’s helpful to i...

Coronavirus and the Big Decline in the Hang Seng: A Connection? Hong Kong has seen political upheaval for months, plus a recent corona virus outbreak in mainland China: Did these news stories drive the big decline...

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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...

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More retailers file for bankruptcy twice as they struggle with rising debt, pressure from Amazon Over the years, numerous retail chains have filed for bankruptcy protection twice. Examples include Barneys New York, RadioShack, Wet Seal and Americ...

U.S. stocks tumble as coronavirus cases spike in China Stock markets and the price of oil tumbled Monday after China announced sharp increases in the number of people infected with a potentially deadly vi...

History lessons from 2003 for pathogen-hit Asian markets It may still be months before the latest coronavirus outbreak in China reaches its peak, so timing is everything for capital market practitioners in ...

Cboe Announces Dynamic Lineup for 36th Annual Cboe Risk Management Conference U.S. 2020 CHICAGO – January 31, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, will host the 36th annual...

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LIC Staff To Hold Strike On February 4 Against Proposed Share Sale LIC Strike: Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) of India employees will hold nationwide strike on Tuesday to protest against the government's move to se...

Capital markets in UAE set for listings boost A draft law in the United Arab Emirates will see more family-run corporates listing, while pension reforms will create a huge pool of investable asse...

Capital markets in UAE set for listings boost A draft law in the United Arab Emirates will see more family-run corporates listing, while pension reforms will create a huge pool of investable asse...

Seniors deal with the harsh reality of debt Allen Lomax knows how retirement is supposed to go: By your golden years, you should have paid off your house, built up a big pot of savings, and be ...

Ex Worldcom CEO Bernard Ebbers Dies at 78, Weeks After Release From Prison A former telecommunications executive convicted in one of the largest corporate accounting scandals in U.S. history died just over a month after his ...

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The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Dow rebounds 250 points as coronavirus fears send Chinese markets plunging China’s main stock indexes fell more than 8 percent — their sharpest drops in more than four years — as the number of confirmed cases on the mainland...

OPEC reportedly considering large production cut as coronavirus prompts crude collapse OPEC and its allies could cut production by more than a million barrels a day at a rescheduled meeting this month, as policymakers work to arrest a d...

Coronavirus and the Big Decline in the Hang Seng: A Connection? Hong Kong has seen political upheaval for months, plus a recent corona virus outbreak in mainland China: Did these news stories drive the big decline...

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More retailers file for bankruptcy twice as they struggle with rising debt, pressure from Amazon Over the years, numerous retail chains have filed for bankruptcy protection twice. Examples include Barneys New York, RadioShack, Wet Seal and Americ...

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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...

More retailers file for bankruptcy twice as they struggle with rising debt, pressure from Amazon Over the years, numerous retail chains have filed for bankruptcy protection twice. Examples include Barneys New York, RadioShack, Wet Seal and Americ...

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In a Long History of Sexist Ads and Outrage, It’s the Apology That’s New A KFC ad in Australia that infuriated women’s groups showed the power of the #MeToo movement, even as it called back to the many sexist ads of the pa...

Oil extends decline on concerns about virus' impact on China demand Oil prices extended declines on Monday, dragged down by worries about lower demand in the world's largest oil importer China following the coronaviru...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Analysts are now starting to downgrade some stocks because of the coronavirus Bank of America downgraded shares of Wynn Resorts to neutral from buy and Oppenheimer downgraded shares of cosmetic company Estée Lauder to perform f...

Dream of being your own boss? This quiz will reveal if you have what it takes If you dream of working for yourself one day, entrepreneurship may be the right path for you. But running a business is not easy. Take this quiz to s...

In a Long History of Sexist Ads and Outrage, It’s the Apology That’s New A KFC ad in Australia that infuriated women’s groups showed the power of the #MeToo movement, even as it called back to the many sexist ads of the pa...

Cboe Announces Dynamic Lineup for 36th Annual Cboe Risk Management Conference U.S. 2020 CHICAGO – January 31, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, will host the 36th annual...

China's deadly coronavirus could be good for US jobs, manufacturing, says Trump Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross "The fact is, it does give businesses another thing to consider when they go through their review of their supply chain," Trump Commerce Secretary Wi...

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...

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...

Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

India's finance minister says growth target of 6% to 6.5% in 2021 is 'realistic' India Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman told CNBC an improvement in the government's revenue generation would enable it to invest more into infrast...

Rand may test sustained break above R15/$ - analysts A dent in global risk appetite caused by the coronavirus left the rand the worst performing currency against the dollar in January, notes Momentum In...

Ryanair profits take off after bumper festive period Ryanair swung to profit over the Christmas period after strong demand for festive getaways - but warned its expansion plans would be held back by del...

History lessons from 2003 for pathogen-hit Asian markets It may still be months before the latest coronavirus outbreak in China reaches its peak, so timing is everything for capital market practitioners in ...

Trump Administration Moves to Relax Rules Against Killing Birds A proposed regulation would codify a legal opinion in 2017 that declared the accidental killing of birds during the course of business as no longer s...

India's finance minister says growth target of 6% to 6.5% in 2021 is 'realistic' India Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman told CNBC an improvement in the government's revenue generation would enable it to invest more into infrast...

Wuhan Coronavirus Looks Increasingly Like a Pandemic, Experts Say Rapidly rising caseloads alarm researchers, who fear the virus may make its way across the globe. But scientists cannot yet predict how many deaths m...

China's deadly coronavirus could be good for US jobs, manufacturing, says Trump Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross "The fact is, it does give businesses another thing to consider when they go through their review of their supply chain," Trump Commerce Secretary Wi...

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...

The digital building blocks of better communities In cities and communities across the world, citizens of all ages and backgrounds are getting the chance to literally play an important role in redesi...

Dream of being your own boss? This quiz will reveal if you have what it takes If you dream of working for yourself one day, entrepreneurship may be the right path for you. But running a business is not easy. Take this quiz to s...

Honda plans to resume Wuhan plant production with Dongfeng on February 14 Japanese automaker Honda Motor Co plans to resume car production at its China venture with Dongfeng Automobile on Feb. 14, according to current gover...

The digital building blocks of better communities In cities and communities across the world, citizens of all ages and backgrounds are getting the chance to literally play an important role in redesi...

Poor NYC neighborhoods a big lure for investors New York City may be on the cusp of a new multibillion-dollar investment boom. A gold mine of prospective opportunities is slowly luring capital into...

Modi’s Budget Offers Few Solutions to Revive India’s Weak Economy As the slowing economy threatens Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s grip on power, the government unveiled a modest budget that one economist called “smo...

WeWork Parent Names Sandeep Mathrani New CEO Mr. Mathrani, previously chief executive of Brookfield Property Partners’ retail group, replaces Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham, who have been...

Modi’s Budget Offers Few Solutions to Revive India’s Weak Economy As the slowing economy threatens Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s grip on power, the government unveiled a modest budget that one economist called “smo...

Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

AT&T’s latest TV subscriber losses are roughly equal to the population of Dallas To really put into perspective the size of the TV subscriber losses that AT&T suffered during the final three months of 2019, it’s helpful to i...

Defying Company Policy, Over 300 Amazon Employees Speak Out Hundreds of Amazon workers banded together in protest following reports that the company threatened to fire their colleagues over climate change comm...

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...

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...

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...

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...

World to Ramaphosa: Do something fast to save South Africa Pressure is mounting on President Cyril Ramaphosa to stabilise the government's shaky finances and rescue an economy teetering on the brink of recess...

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...

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...

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...

WeWork Parent Names Sandeep Mathrani New CEO Mr. Mathrani, previously chief executive of Brookfield Property Partners’ retail group, succeeds Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham, who have been...

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...

More retailers file for bankruptcy twice as they struggle with rising debt, pressure from Amazon Over the years, numerous retail chains have filed for bankruptcy protection twice. Examples include Barneys New York, RadioShack, Wet Seal and Americ...

Amazon's ad business is booming, and there's still room to grow Amazon's advertising segment was just one factor in the company's blowout fourth quarter, but the company outlined ways it forecasts growth in the hi...

In a Long History of Sexist Ads and Outrage, It’s the Apology That’s New A KFC ad in Australia that infuriated women’s groups showed the power of the #MeToo movement, even as it called back to the many sexist ads of the pa...

Oil extends decline on concerns about virus' impact on China demand Oil prices extended declines on Monday, dragged down by worries about lower demand in the world's largest oil importer China following the coronaviru...

Cboe Announces Dynamic Lineup for 36th Annual Cboe Risk Management Conference U.S. 2020 CHICAGO – January 31, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, will host the 36th annual...

Pentagon to roll back restrictions on land mine use The U.S. government announced Friday that it plans to roll back prohibitions on land mine use, saying the previous policy could place troops "at a se...

AT&T’s latest TV subscriber losses are roughly equal to the population of Dallas To really put into perspective the size of the TV subscriber losses that AT&T suffered during the final three months of 2019, it’s helpful to i...

WeWork Parent to Name Sandeep Mathrani New CEO Mr. Mathrani, previously chief executive of Brookfield Property Partners’ retail group, replaces Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham, who have been...

AT&T’s latest TV subscriber losses are roughly equal to the population of Dallas To really put into perspective the size of the TV subscriber losses that AT&T suffered during the final three months of 2019, it’s helpful to i...

In a Long History of Sexist Ads and Outrage, It’s the Apology That’s New A KFC ad in Australia that infuriated women’s groups showed the power of the #MeToo movement, even as it called back to the many sexist ads of the pa...

As Wuhan Coronavirus Drags on Chinese Markets, the World Economy Braces for a Slowdown China’s economy is grinding to a halt as the government scrambles to stop the spread of the deadly Wuhan coronavirus, fueling fears that effort...

Trump Administration Moves to Relax Rules Against Killing Birds A proposed regulation would codify a legal opinion in 2017 that declared the accidental killing of birds during the course of business as no longer s...

World to Ramaphosa: Do something fast to save South Africa Pressure is mounting on President Cyril Ramaphosa to stabilise the government's shaky finances and rescue an economy teetering on the brink of recess...

Oil sees 4th straight week of losses, posts worst month since May as coronavirus fears weigh Oil prices fell on Friday and were on track for a fourth consecutive weekly loss, as markets grew more concerned about the economic damage of the new...

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 ...

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...

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As Wuhan Coronavirus Drags on Chinese Markets, the World Economy Braces for a Slowdown China’s economy is grinding to a halt as the government scrambles to stop the spread of the deadly Wuhan coronavirus, fueling fears that effort...

US companies suspend China operations, restrict travel as coronavirus outbreak becomes global crisis Disney, Tesla, airlines and other companies with significant footprints in China are suspending operations as they respond to the outbreak of the cor...

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 ...

Modi’s Budget Offers Few Solutions to Revive India’s Weak Economy As the slowing economy threatens Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s grip on power, the government unveiled a modest budget that one economist called “smo...

History lessons from 2003 for pathogen-hit Asian markets It may still be months before the latest coronavirus outbreak in China reaches its peak, so timing is everything for capital market practitioners 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...

Modi’s Budget Offers Few Solutions to Revive India’s Weak Economy As the slowing economy threatens Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s grip on power, the government unveiled a modest budget that one economist called “smo...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

Poor NYC neighborhoods a big lure for investors New York City may be on the cusp of a new multibillion-dollar investment boom. A gold mine of prospective opportunities is slowly luring capital into...

China's deadly coronavirus could be good for US jobs, manufacturing, says Trump Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross "The fact is, it does give businesses another thing to consider when they go through their review of their supply chain," Trump Commerce Secretary Wi...

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...

The digital building blocks of better communities In cities and communities across the world, citizens of all ages and backgrounds are getting the chance to literally play an important role in redesi...

Dream of being your own boss? This quiz will reveal if you have what it takes If you dream of working for yourself one day, entrepreneurship may be the right path for you. But running a business is not easy. Take this quiz to s...

Honda plans to resume Wuhan plant production with Dongfeng on February 14 Japanese automaker Honda Motor Co plans to resume car production at its China venture with Dongfeng Automobile on Feb. 14, according to current gover...

The digital building blocks of better communities In cities and communities across the world, citizens of all ages and backgrounds are getting the chance to literally play an important role in redesi...

Poor NYC neighborhoods a big lure for investors New York City may be on the cusp of a new multibillion-dollar investment boom. A gold mine of prospective opportunities is slowly luring capital into...

Modi’s Budget Offers Few Solutions to Revive India’s Weak Economy As the slowing economy threatens Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s grip on power, the government unveiled a modest budget that one economist called “smo...

WeWork Parent Names Sandeep Mathrani New CEO Mr. Mathrani, previously chief executive of Brookfield Property Partners’ retail group, replaces Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham, who have been...

Modi’s Budget Offers Few Solutions to Revive India’s Weak Economy As the slowing economy threatens Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s grip on power, the government unveiled a modest budget that one economist called “smo...

Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

AT&T’s latest TV subscriber losses are roughly equal to the population of Dallas To really put into perspective the size of the TV subscriber losses that AT&T suffered during the final three months of 2019, it’s helpful to i...

Defying Company Policy, Over 300 Amazon Employees Speak Out Hundreds of Amazon workers banded together in protest following reports that the company threatened to fire their colleagues over climate change comm...

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...

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...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Coronavirus and the Big Decline in the Hang Seng: A Connection? Hong Kong has seen political upheaval for months, plus a recent corona virus outbreak in mainland China: Did these news stories drive the big decline...

Wives now out-earn their husbands nearly a third of the time Income inequality between husbands and wives has decreased, suggesting some success in women's empowerment but also highlighting the cultural changes...

China says Wuhan coronavirus victims who die should be quickly cremated without funerals as death toll rises REUTERS/Thomas Peter New trial regulations from China's National Health Commission (NHC) have banned funerals and other similar activities involving ...

Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

China's deadly coronavirus could be good for US jobs, manufacturing, says Trump Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross "The fact is, it does give businesses another thing to consider when they go through their review of their supply chain," Trump Commerce Secretary Wi...

China says Wuhan coronavirus victims who die should be quickly cremated without funerals as death toll rises REUTERS/Thomas Peter New trial regulations from China's National Health Commission (NHC) have banned funerals and other similar activities involving ...

Pentagon to roll back restrictions on land mine use The U.S. government announced Friday that it plans to roll back prohibitions on land mine use, saying the previous policy could place troops "at a 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...

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...

History lessons from 2003 for pathogen-hit Asian markets It may still be months before the latest coronavirus outbreak in China reaches its peak, so timing is everything for capital market practitioners in ...

Coronavirus and the Big Decline in the Hang Seng: A Connection? Hong Kong has seen political upheaval for months, plus a recent corona virus outbreak in mainland China: Did these news stories drive the big decline...

US companies suspend China operations, restrict travel as coronavirus outbreak becomes global crisis Disney, Tesla, airlines and other companies with significant footprints in China are suspending operations as they respond to the outbreak of the cor...

Cboe Announces Dynamic Lineup for 36th Annual Cboe Risk Management Conference U.S. 2020 CHICAGO – January 31, 2020 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, will host the 36th annual...

Pentagon to roll back restrictions on land mine use The U.S. government announced Friday that it plans to roll back prohibitions on land mine use, saying the previous policy could place troops "at a se...

AT&T’s latest TV subscriber losses are roughly equal to the population of Dallas To really put into perspective the size of the TV subscriber losses that AT&T suffered during the final three months of 2019, it’s helpful to i...

WeWork Parent to Name Sandeep Mathrani New CEO Mr. Mathrani, previously chief executive of Brookfield Property Partners’ retail group, replaces Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham, who have been...

AT&T’s latest TV subscriber losses are roughly equal to the population of Dallas To really put into perspective the size of the TV subscriber losses that AT&T suffered during the final three months of 2019, it’s helpful to i...

In a Long History of Sexist Ads and Outrage, It’s the Apology That’s New A KFC ad in Australia that infuriated women’s groups showed the power of the #MeToo movement, even as it called back to the many sexist ads of the pa...

As Wuhan Coronavirus Drags on Chinese Markets, the World Economy Braces for a Slowdown China’s economy is grinding to a halt as the government scrambles to stop the spread of the deadly Wuhan coronavirus, fueling fears that effort...

Trump Administration Moves to Relax Rules Against Killing Birds A proposed regulation would codify a legal opinion in 2017 that declared the accidental killing of birds during the course of business as no longer s...

World to Ramaphosa: Do something fast to save South Africa Pressure is mounting on President Cyril Ramaphosa to stabilise the government's shaky finances and rescue an economy teetering on the brink of recess...

Oil sees 4th straight week of losses, posts worst month since May as coronavirus fears weigh Oil prices fell on Friday and were on track for a fourth consecutive weekly loss, as markets grew more concerned about the economic damage of the new...

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 ...

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...

Seniors deal with the harsh reality of debt Allen Lomax knows how retirement is supposed to go: By your golden years, you should have paid off your house, built up a big pot of savings, and be ...

As Wuhan Coronavirus Drags on Chinese Markets, the World Economy Braces for a Slowdown China’s economy is grinding to a halt as the government scrambles to stop the spread of the deadly Wuhan coronavirus, fueling fears that effort...

US companies suspend China operations, restrict travel as coronavirus outbreak becomes global crisis Disney, Tesla, airlines and other companies with significant footprints in China are suspending operations as they respond to the outbreak of the cor...

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 ...

Modi’s Budget Offers Few Solutions to Revive India’s Weak Economy As the slowing economy threatens Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s grip on power, the government unveiled a modest budget that one economist called “smo...

History lessons from 2003 for pathogen-hit Asian markets It may still be months before the latest coronavirus outbreak in China reaches its peak, so timing is everything for capital market practitioners 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...

Modi’s Budget Offers Few Solutions to Revive India’s Weak Economy As the slowing economy threatens Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s grip on power, the government unveiled a modest budget that one economist called “smo...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

Poor NYC neighborhoods a big lure for investors New York City may be on the cusp of a new multibillion-dollar investment boom. A gold mine of prospective opportunities is slowly luring capital into...

US companies suspend China operations, restrict travel as coronavirus outbreak becomes global crisis Disney, Tesla, airlines and other companies with significant footprints in China are suspending operations as they respond to the outbreak of the cor...

Oil sees 4th straight week of losses, posts worst month since May as coronavirus fears weigh Oil prices fell on Friday and were on track for a fourth consecutive weekly loss, as markets grew more concerned about the economic damage of the new...

US companies suspend China operations, restrict travel as coronavirus outbreak becomes global crisis Disney, Tesla, airlines and other companies with significant footprints in China are suspending operations as they respond to the outbreak of the cor...

Analysts are now starting to downgrade some stocks because of the coronavirus Bank of America downgraded shares of Wynn Resorts to neutral from buy and Oppenheimer downgraded shares of cosmetic company Estée Lauder to perform f...

WeWork Parent to Name Sandeep Mathrani New CEO Mr. Mathrani, previously chief executive of Brookfield Property Partners’ retail group, replaces Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham, who have serv...

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 ...

China's deadly coronavirus could be good for US jobs, manufacturing, says Trump Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross "The fact is, it does give businesses another thing to consider when they go through their review of their supply chain," Trump Commerce Secretary Wi...

Markets are putting pressure on the Federal Reserve for at least one rate cut The fed funds futures market, where traders go to bet on the central bank's policy direction, is pricing in about a 58% chance of a rate cut by June,...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Starbucks announces new environmental goals after Post trash raid After a New York Post investigation showing rampant food waste at company stores across New York City, the coffee shop empire has rolled out a new se...

Zim energy crisis forces miners off grid as production slumps Zimbabwe’s mine houses are considering going off grid to avoid crippling breaks in production, as the country continues to battle unstable power supp...

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...

Analysts are now starting to downgrade some stocks because of the coronavirus Bank of America downgraded shares of Wynn Resorts to neutral from buy and Oppenheimer downgraded shares of cosmetic company Estée Lauder to perform f...

INFLUENCER MARKETING 2019: Why brands can't get enough of an $8 billion ecosystem driven by Kardashians, moms, and tweens This is a preview of the INFLUENCER MARKETING 2019 research report from Business Insider Intelligence. 14-Day Risk Free Trial: Get full access to thi...

AT&T’s latest TV subscriber losses are roughly equal to the population of Dallas To really put into perspective the size of the TV subscriber losses that AT&T suffered during the final three months of 2019, it’s helpful to i...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Coronavirus and the Big Decline in the Hang Seng: A Connection? Hong Kong has seen political upheaval for months, plus a recent corona virus outbreak in mainland China: Did these news stories drive the big decline...

Wives now out-earn their husbands nearly a third of the time Income inequality between husbands and wives has decreased, suggesting some success in women's empowerment but also highlighting the cultural changes...

China says Wuhan coronavirus victims who die should be quickly cremated without funerals as death toll rises REUTERS/Thomas Peter New trial regulations from China's National Health Commission (NHC) have banned funerals and other similar activities involving ...

Ilhan Omar dishonestly claims diverting $20 billion from military budget could cover all uninsured Americans INDIANOLA, Iowa — Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking at an event for Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday, made the shockingly dishonest claim that siphoning away ...

China's deadly coronavirus could be good for US jobs, manufacturing, says Trump Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross "The fact is, it does give businesses another thing to consider when they go through their review of their supply chain," Trump Commerce Secretary Wi...

China says Wuhan coronavirus victims who die should be quickly cremated without funerals as death toll rises REUTERS/Thomas Peter New trial regulations from China's National Health Commission (NHC) have banned funerals and other similar activities involving ...

Pentagon to roll back restrictions on land mine use The U.S. government announced Friday that it plans to roll back prohibitions on land mine use, saying the previous policy could place troops "at a 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...

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...

History lessons from 2003 for pathogen-hit Asian markets It may still be months before the latest coronavirus outbreak in China reaches its peak, so timing is everything for capital market practitioners in ...

Coronavirus and the Big Decline in the Hang Seng: A Connection? Hong Kong has seen political upheaval for months, plus a recent corona virus outbreak in mainland China: Did these news stories drive the big decline...

US companies suspend China operations, restrict travel as coronavirus outbreak becomes global crisis Disney, Tesla, airlines and other companies with significant footprints in China are suspending operations as they respond to the outbreak of the cor...

U.S. stocks tumble as coronavirus cases spike in China Stock markets and the price of oil tumbled Monday after China announced sharp increases in the number of people infected with a potentially deadly vi...

Seniors deal with the harsh reality of debt Allen Lomax knows how retirement is supposed to go: By your golden years, you should have paid off your house, built up a big pot of savings, and be ...

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...

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...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

WeWork Parent to Name Sandeep Mathrani New CEO Mr. Mathrani, previously chief executive of Brookfield Property Partners’ retail group, replaces Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham, who have serv...

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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...

Dream of being your own boss? This quiz will reveal if you have what it takes If you dream of working for yourself one day, entrepreneurship may be the right path for you. But running a business is not easy. Take this quiz to s...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Defying Company Policy, Over 300 Amazon Employees Speak Out Hundreds of Amazon workers banded together in protest following reports that the company threatened to fire their colleagues over climate change comm...

Rand Paul rips foreign aid recipients: Most ‘are crooks and have stolen it’ President Trump’s efforts to use foreign aid to win anti-corruption concessions and changes in policy from foreign governments should be applauded be...

Amazon's ad business is booming, and there's still room to grow Amazon's advertising segment was just one factor in the company's blowout fourth quarter, but the company outlined ways it forecasts growth in the hi...

Coronavirus live updates: Boston confirms eighth US case, Delta speeds up China flight suspensions Roughly 2,100 new cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in China, raising the global total to nearly 12,000, according to the Chinese and Worl...

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...

Dream of being your own boss? This quiz will reveal if you have what it takes If you dream of working for yourself one day, entrepreneurship may be the right path for you. But running a business is not easy. Take this quiz to s...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

US companies suspend China operations, restrict travel as coronavirus outbreak becomes global crisis Disney, Tesla, airlines and other companies with significant footprints in China are suspending operations as they respond to the outbreak of the cor...

Oil sees 4th straight week of losses, posts worst month since May as coronavirus fears weigh Oil prices fell on Friday and were on track for a fourth consecutive weekly loss, as markets grew more concerned about the economic damage of the new...

US companies suspend China operations, restrict travel as coronavirus outbreak becomes global crisis Disney, Tesla, airlines and other companies with significant footprints in China are suspending operations as they respond to the outbreak of the cor...

Analysts are now starting to downgrade some stocks because of the coronavirus Bank of America downgraded shares of Wynn Resorts to neutral from buy and Oppenheimer downgraded shares of cosmetic company Estée Lauder to perform f...

WeWork Parent to Name Sandeep Mathrani New CEO Mr. Mathrani, previously chief executive of Brookfield Property Partners’ retail group, replaces Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham, who have serv...

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 ...

China's deadly coronavirus could be good for US jobs, manufacturing, says Trump Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross "The fact is, it does give businesses another thing to consider when they go through their review of their supply chain," Trump Commerce Secretary Wi...

Markets are putting pressure on the Federal Reserve for at least one rate cut The fed funds futures market, where traders go to bet on the central bank's policy direction, is pricing in about a 58% chance of a rate cut by June,...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Starbucks announces new environmental goals after Post trash raid After a New York Post investigation showing rampant food waste at company stores across New York City, the coffee shop empire has rolled out a new se...

Zim energy crisis forces miners off grid as production slumps Zimbabwe’s mine houses are considering going off grid to avoid crippling breaks in production, as the country continues to battle unstable power supp...

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...

Analysts are now starting to downgrade some stocks because of the coronavirus Bank of America downgraded shares of Wynn Resorts to neutral from buy and Oppenheimer downgraded shares of cosmetic company Estée Lauder to perform f...

INFLUENCER MARKETING 2019: Why brands can't get enough of an $8 billion ecosystem driven by Kardashians, moms, and tweens This is a preview of the INFLUENCER MARKETING 2019 research report from Business Insider Intelligence. 14-Day Risk Free Trial: Get full access to thi...

AT&T’s latest TV subscriber losses are roughly equal to the population of Dallas To really put into perspective the size of the TV subscriber losses that AT&T suffered during the final three months of 2019, it’s helpful to i...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Wives now out-earn their husbands nearly a third of the time Income inequality between husbands and wives has decreased, suggesting some success in women's empowerment but also highlighting the cultural changes...

Markets are putting pressure on the Federal Reserve for at least one rate cut The fed funds futures market, where traders go to bet on the central bank's policy direction, is pricing in about a 58% chance of a rate cut by June,...

Nike's Vaporfly running sneakers to be allowed in 2020 Olympics The world governing body for track and field said Friday it will allow the existing version of Nike's Vaporfly shoe to be worn in elite competition t...

AT&T’s latest TV subscriber losses are roughly equal to the population of Dallas To really put into perspective the size of the TV subscriber losses that AT&T suffered during the final three months of 2019, it’s helpful to i...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

U.S. stocks tumble as coronavirus cases spike in China Stock markets and the price of oil tumbled Monday after China announced sharp increases in the number of people infected with a potentially deadly vi...

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Factbox: Airlines suspend China flights because of coronavirus outbreak Airlines are suspending flights to China in the wake of the new coronavirus outbreak, which as of Friday had killed more than 200 people and infected...

Super Bowl betting is expected to be $6.8 billion. The IRS will want a piece of your winnings If you're among the 26 million people expected to bet on the Super Bowl — mostly outside of regulated channels — remember that there are risks that c...

Wives now out-earn their husbands nearly a third of the time Income inequality between husbands and wives has decreased, suggesting some success in women's empowerment but also highlighting the cultural changes...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Why small businesses are banking on better benefits There are more small businesses and startups than ever before, yet they have traditionally been at a disadvantage when it comes to the benefits they ...

Rand Paul rips foreign aid recipients: Most ‘are crooks and have stolen it’ President Trump’s efforts to use foreign aid to win anti-corruption concessions and changes in policy from foreign governments should be applauded be...

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...

Eurozone growth close to stalling as French and Italian GDPs shrink Brexit could further damage bloc’s economy, which grew just 0.1% in final quarter of 2019Brexit day: UK prepares to leave the EU – live newsEconomic ...

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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Seniors deal with the harsh reality of debt Allen Lomax knows how retirement is supposed to go: By your golden years, you should have paid off your house, built up a big pot of savings, and be ...

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...

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...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

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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...

Dream of being your own boss? This quiz will reveal if you have what it takes If you dream of working for yourself one day, entrepreneurship may be the right path for you. But running a business is not easy. Take this quiz to s...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Defying Company Policy, Over 300 Amazon Employees Speak Out Hundreds of Amazon workers banded together in protest following reports that the company threatened to fire their colleagues over climate change comm...

Rand Paul rips foreign aid recipients: Most ‘are crooks and have stolen it’ President Trump’s efforts to use foreign aid to win anti-corruption concessions and changes in policy from foreign governments should be applauded be...

Amazon's ad business is booming, and there's still room to grow Amazon's advertising segment was just one factor in the company's blowout fourth quarter, but the company outlined ways it forecasts growth in the hi...

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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...

Dream of being your own boss? This quiz will reveal if you have what it takes If you dream of working for yourself one day, entrepreneurship may be the right path for you. But running a business is not easy. Take this quiz to s...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Brexit was necessary, but now the US needs Europeans to get along Three and a half years after Britons voted to take back sovereignty, to elect their own masters and set their own destinies, Britain has finally depa...

2 Charts That "Might Just Take Your Breath Away" When you've done something for years, you start to notice patterns. We've been forecasting the markets since the 1970s, and we've picked up on some p...

Eurozone growth close to stalling as French and Italian GDPs shrink Brexit could further damage bloc’s economy, which grew just 0.1% in final quarter of 2019Brexit day: UK prepares to leave the EU – live newsEconomic ...

Coronavirus and the Big Decline in the Hang Seng: A Connection? Hong Kong has seen political upheaval for months, plus a recent corona virus outbreak in mainland China: Did these news stories drive the big decline...

Macau casino revenue drops 11.3 percent in Jan as coronavirus worries mount Gambling revenue in the Chinese territory of Macau dropped 11.3 percent in January year-on-year, with the world's biggest casino hub a near ghost tow...

The LA Lakers left 2 empty seats for Kobe and Gianna Bryant, and gave out 20,000 Bryant jerseys at the emotional first game since his death Jayne Kamin-Oncea/USA TODAY Sports/Reuters NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna were remembered with tributes in the first LA L...

Factbox: Airlines suspend China flights because of coronavirus outbreak Airlines are suspending flights to China in the wake of the new coronavirus outbreak, which as of Friday had killed more than 200 people and infected...

What The Common Man Can Expect From The Union Budget 2020-21 Budget 2020: Every year, speculations on major income tax changes in Union Budget - potentially sending more money to the pockets of the common man -...

Analysts are now starting to downgrade some stocks because of the coronavirus Bank of America downgraded shares of Wynn Resorts to neutral from buy and Oppenheimer downgraded shares of cosmetic company Estée Lauder to perform f...

Biden Push for Labor Support Is Burdened by Obama-Era Baggage Supporters of the former vice president say he can win back union members who rejected Hillary Clinton. But he must overcome some hard feelings first...

Dow falls more than 600 points on fears coronavirus will sicken economy The coronavirus has Wall Street feeling nauseous over the economy. The Dow Jones industrial average plummeted more than 600 points Friday, erasing al...

Trump Administration Restricts Entry Into U.S. From China The travel disruption sent shocks through the stock market and rattled industries that depend on the flow of goods and people between the world’s two...

Is your Sears or Kmart store closing in February? Here are the locations going out of business Nearly 100 Sears and Kmart stores will close by mid-February. The store closures were first announced in November and liquidation started Dec. 2. ...

Why small businesses are banking on better benefits There are more small businesses and startups than ever before, yet they have traditionally been at a disadvantage when it comes to the benefits they ...

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...

Wives now out-earn their husbands nearly a third of the time Income inequality between husbands and wives has decreased, suggesting some success in women's empowerment but also highlighting the cultural changes...

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...

Eurozone growth close to stalling as French and Italian GDPs shrink Brexit could further damage bloc’s economy, which grew just 0.1% in final quarter of 2019Brexit day: UK prepares to leave the EU – live newsEconomic ...

Trump Administration Moves to Relax Rules Against Killing Birds A proposed regulation would codify a legal opinion in 2017 that declared the accidental killing of birds during the course of business as no longer s...

2 Charts That "Might Just Take Your Breath Away" When you've done something for years, you start to notice patterns. We've been forecasting the markets since the 1970s, and we've picked up on some p...

Wives now out-earn their husbands nearly a third of the time Income inequality between husbands and wives has decreased, suggesting some success in women's empowerment but also highlighting the cultural changes...

Markets are putting pressure on the Federal Reserve for at least one rate cut The fed funds futures market, where traders go to bet on the central bank's policy direction, is pricing in about a 58% chance of a rate cut by June,...

Nike's Vaporfly running sneakers to be allowed in 2020 Olympics The world governing body for track and field said Friday it will allow the existing version of Nike's Vaporfly shoe to be worn in elite competition t...

AT&T’s latest TV subscriber losses are roughly equal to the population of Dallas To really put into perspective the size of the TV subscriber losses that AT&T suffered during the final three months of 2019, it’s helpful to i...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

U.S. stocks tumble as coronavirus cases spike in China Stock markets and the price of oil tumbled Monday after China announced sharp increases in the number of people infected with a potentially deadly vi...

The digital building blocks of better communities In cities and communities across the world, citizens of all ages and backgrounds are getting the chance to literally play an important role in redesi...

Factbox: Airlines suspend China flights because of coronavirus outbreak Airlines are suspending flights to China in the wake of the new coronavirus outbreak, which as of Friday had killed more than 200 people and infected...

Super Bowl betting is expected to be $6.8 billion. The IRS will want a piece of your winnings If you're among the 26 million people expected to bet on the Super Bowl — mostly outside of regulated channels — remember that there are risks that c...

Wives now out-earn their husbands nearly a third of the time Income inequality between husbands and wives has decreased, suggesting some success in women's empowerment but also highlighting the cultural changes...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Why small businesses are banking on better benefits There are more small businesses and startups than ever before, yet they have traditionally been at a disadvantage when it comes to the benefits they ...

Rand Paul rips foreign aid recipients: Most ‘are crooks and have stolen it’ President Trump’s efforts to use foreign aid to win anti-corruption concessions and changes in policy from foreign governments should be applauded be...

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...

Eurozone growth close to stalling as French and Italian GDPs shrink Brexit could further damage bloc’s economy, which grew just 0.1% in final quarter of 2019Brexit day: UK prepares to leave the EU – live newsEconomic ...

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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How Kyle Shanahan went from shadowing his father and working for 6 different franchises to becoming the mastermind behind the San Francisco 49ers juggernaut Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports Meet Kyle Shanahan, the mastermind behind the San Francisco 49ers' 2020 Super Bowl run. The 40-year-old head coach is 6...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Pentagon to roll back restrictions on land mine use The U.S. government announced Friday that it plans to roll back prohibitions on land mine use, saying the previous policy could place troops "at a se...

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...

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...

U.S. stocks tumble as coronavirus cases spike in China Stock markets and the price of oil tumbled Monday after China announced sharp increases in the number of people infected with a potentially deadly vi...

As Wuhan Coronavirus Drags on Chinese Markets, the World Economy Braces for a Slowdown China’s economy is grinding to a halt as the government scrambles to stop the spread of the deadly Wuhan coronavirus, fueling fears that effort...

Coronavirus live updates: 7th US case confirmed, mandatory quarantines, national health emergency The Trump administration is issuing a mandatory quarantine for U.S. citizens who've visited Hubei province in the last 14 days and denying entry to f...

AT&T’s latest TV subscriber losses are roughly equal to the population of Dallas To really put into perspective the size of the TV subscriber losses that AT&T suffered during the final three months of 2019, it’s helpful to i...

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 ...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

Brexit was necessary, but now the US needs Europeans to get along Three and a half years after Britons voted to take back sovereignty, to elect their own masters and set their own destinies, Britain has finally depa...

2 Charts That "Might Just Take Your Breath Away" When you've done something for years, you start to notice patterns. We've been forecasting the markets since the 1970s, and we've picked up on some p...

Eurozone growth close to stalling as French and Italian GDPs shrink Brexit could further damage bloc’s economy, which grew just 0.1% in final quarter of 2019Brexit day: UK prepares to leave the EU – live newsEconomic ...

Coronavirus and the Big Decline in the Hang Seng: A Connection? Hong Kong has seen political upheaval for months, plus a recent corona virus outbreak in mainland China: Did these news stories drive the big decline...

Macau casino revenue drops 11.3 percent in Jan as coronavirus worries mount Gambling revenue in the Chinese territory of Macau dropped 11.3 percent in January year-on-year, with the world's biggest casino hub a near ghost tow...

The LA Lakers left 2 empty seats for Kobe and Gianna Bryant, and gave out 20,000 Bryant jerseys at the emotional first game since his death Jayne Kamin-Oncea/USA TODAY Sports/Reuters NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna were remembered with tributes in the first LA L...

Factbox: Airlines suspend China flights because of coronavirus outbreak Airlines are suspending flights to China in the wake of the new coronavirus outbreak, which as of Friday had killed more than 200 people and infected...

What The Common Man Can Expect From The Union Budget 2020-21 Budget 2020: Every year, speculations on major income tax changes in Union Budget - potentially sending more money to the pockets of the common man -...

Analysts are now starting to downgrade some stocks because of the coronavirus Bank of America downgraded shares of Wynn Resorts to neutral from buy and Oppenheimer downgraded shares of cosmetic company Estée Lauder to perform f...

Biden Push for Labor Support Is Burdened by Obama-Era Baggage Supporters of the former vice president say he can win back union members who rejected Hillary Clinton. But he must overcome some hard feelings first...

Dow falls more than 600 points on fears coronavirus will sicken economy The coronavirus has Wall Street feeling nauseous over the economy. The Dow Jones industrial average plummeted more than 600 points Friday, erasing al...

Trump Administration Restricts Entry Into U.S. From China The travel disruption sent shocks through the stock market and rattled industries that depend on the flow of goods and people between the world’s two...

Is your Sears or Kmart store closing in February? Here are the locations going out of business Nearly 100 Sears and Kmart stores will close by mid-February. The store closures were first announced in November and liquidation started Dec. 2. ...

Why small businesses are banking on better benefits There are more small businesses and startups than ever before, yet they have traditionally been at a disadvantage when it comes to the benefits they ...

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...

Wives now out-earn their husbands nearly a third of the time Income inequality between husbands and wives has decreased, suggesting some success in women's empowerment but also highlighting the cultural changes...

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...

Eurozone growth close to stalling as French and Italian GDPs shrink Brexit could further damage bloc’s economy, which grew just 0.1% in final quarter of 2019Brexit day: UK prepares to leave the EU – live newsEconomic ...

Trump Administration Moves to Relax Rules Against Killing Birds A proposed regulation would codify a legal opinion in 2017 that declared the accidental killing of birds during the course of business as no longer s...

2 Charts That "Might Just Take Your Breath Away" When you've done something for years, you start to notice patterns. We've been forecasting the markets since the 1970s, and we've picked up on some p...

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...

Brexit Is Finally Happening, but the Complicated Part Is Just Beginning When Britain officially leaves the E.U. on Jan. 31, it will open a potentially more volatile chapter in this drawn-out saga, as negotiators try to re...

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...

Why small businesses are banking on better benefits There are more small businesses and startups than ever before, yet they have traditionally been at a disadvantage when it comes to the benefits they ...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

As Wuhan Coronavirus Drags on Chinese Markets, the World Economy Braces for a Slowdown China’s economy is grinding to a halt as the government scrambles to stop the spread of the deadly Wuhan coronavirus, fueling fears that effort...

Trump Administration Moves to Relax Rules Against Killing Birds A proposed regulation would codify a legal opinion in 2017 that declared the accidental killing of birds during the course of business as no longer s...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Why small businesses are banking on better benefits There are more small businesses and startups than ever before, yet they have traditionally been at a disadvantage when it comes to the benefits they ...

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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...

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Coronavirus and the Big Decline in the Hang Seng: A Connection? Hong Kong has seen political upheaval for months, plus a recent corona virus outbreak in mainland China: Did these news stories drive the big decline...

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...

How Kyle Shanahan went from shadowing his father and working for 6 different franchises to becoming the mastermind behind the San Francisco 49ers juggernaut Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports Meet Kyle Shanahan, the mastermind behind the San Francisco 49ers' 2020 Super Bowl run. The 40-year-old head coach is 6...

Oil: Is Mideast Risk Premium Too Low? Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and the killing of an Iranian general send oil prices rising, only to retreat. Is there enough risk premium in the mark...

Pentagon to roll back restrictions on land mine use The U.S. government announced Friday that it plans to roll back prohibitions on land mine use, saying the previous policy could place troops "at a se...

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...

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...

U.S. stocks tumble as coronavirus cases spike in China Stock markets and the price of oil tumbled Monday after China announced sharp increases in the number of people infected with a potentially deadly vi...

As Wuhan Coronavirus Drags on Chinese Markets, the World Economy Braces for a Slowdown China’s economy is grinding to a halt as the government scrambles to stop the spread of the deadly Wuhan coronavirus, fueling fears that effort...

Coronavirus live updates: 7th US case confirmed, mandatory quarantines, national health emergency The Trump administration is issuing a mandatory quarantine for U.S. citizens who've visited Hubei province in the last 14 days and denying entry to f...

AT&T’s latest TV subscriber losses are roughly equal to the population of Dallas To really put into perspective the size of the TV subscriber losses that AT&T suffered during the final three months of 2019, it’s helpful to i...

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 ...

The Pattern in Bitcoin That Anticipated a Six Week, 40-PLUS Percent Gain Since mid-December, Bitcoin has seen a major rally. But now see for yourself how this recent rally is connected to the even larger move that unfolded...

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U.S. stocks tumble as coronavirus cases spike in China Stock markets and the price of oil tumbled Monday after China announced sharp increases in the number of people infected with a potentially deadly vi...

French minister in threat to veto British Steel deal A Chinese rescue of British Steel has been thrown into fresh doubt after a warning from the French government that it will withhold support for a dea...

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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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Rand Paul rips foreign aid recipients: Most ‘are crooks and have stolen it’ President Trump’s efforts to use foreign aid to win anti-corruption concessions and changes in policy from foreign governments should be applauded be...

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...

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...

Brexit Is Finally Happening, but the Complicated Part Is Just Beginning When Britain officially leaves the E.U. on Jan. 31, it will open a potentially more volatile chapter in this drawn-out saga, as negotiators try to re...

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...

Why small businesses are banking on better benefits There are more small businesses and startups than ever before, yet they have traditionally been at a disadvantage when it comes to the benefits they ...

For the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad, you can buy a castle in Kansas City or a Miami condo—take a look The price tag to air a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl LIV is $5.6 million, up from $5.2 million last year. For that same amount, here are thr...

As Wuhan Coronavirus Drags on Chinese Markets, the World Economy Braces for a Slowdown China’s economy is grinding to a halt as the government scrambles to stop the spread of the deadly Wuhan coronavirus, fueling fears that effort...

Trump Administration Moves to Relax Rules Against Killing Birds A proposed regulation would codify a legal opinion in 2017 that declared the accidental killing of birds during the course of business as no longer s...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Why small businesses are banking on better benefits There are more small businesses and startups than ever before, yet they have traditionally been at a disadvantage when it comes to the benefits they ...

Treasury Bond Yields Fall to Three-Month Low Treasury bond yields dropped on growing concern that the spread of the coronavirus and accompanying production shutdowns could significantly slow eco...

History lessons from 2003 for pathogen-hit Asian markets It may still be months before the latest coronavirus outbreak in China reaches its peak, so timing is everything for capital market practitioners in ...

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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...

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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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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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History lessons from 2003 for pathogen-hit Asian markets It may still be months before the latest coronavirus outbreak in China reaches its peak, so timing is everything for capital market practitioners in ...

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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...

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Hilton fears bad rep over timeshare deal An auction of Hilton Grand Vacations has been thrown into doubt, as hotel giant Hilton Worldwide appears to be waffling on whether to allow its brand...

Facebook stock falls after showing 51% rise in expenses Facebook beat on top and bottom lines, but the stock fell more than 7% on Wednesday after the company reported rising costs and expenses and a narrow...

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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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...

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...

Intelsat Bonds Fall on Fears Over FCC Auction Plan The bonds plummeted to record lows Thursday as concerns grew that the company will receive far less than expected when the FCC auctions off the C-ban...

Billionaire Lawrence Stroll takes stake in ailing carmaker Aston Martin Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll will take a roughly 20% stake in Aston Martin for nearly 200 million pounds ($263 million) as the ailing carmake...

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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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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...

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Natural Gas Runs Out of Gas: What the Frack Happened? Recent months saw a large decline in natural gas prices: news stories blame a "supply glut" and "mild winter." Yet see for yourself exactly why expla...

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New UN finance panel to push Global Goals forward The President of the UN General Assembly on Tuesday encouraged Member States to support a new panel that has been set up to help make the Sustainable...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

Etsy doubles black and Latino hires but still has work to do, diversity report shows "We're proud of our progress, but we know there's room to continue to expand on that," said Elizabeth Spector Louden, Etsy's head of diversity and in...

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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...

New UN finance panel to push Global Goals forward The President of the UN General Assembly on Tuesday encouraged Member States to support a new panel that has been set up to help make the Sustainable...

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U.S. farm bankruptcies hit an eight-year high: court data U.S. farm bankruptcy rates jumped 20% in 2019 - to an eight-year high - as financial woes in the U.S. agricultural economy continued in spite of mass...

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Federal Reserve proposes weakening ‘Volcker rule,’ key post-financial crisis regulation The effort comes a decade after risky trading was blamed for contributing to the near collapse of the U.S. financial sector and would be part of a sw...

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Federal Reserve proposes weakening ‘Volcker rule,’ key post-financial crisis regulation The effort comes a decade after risky trading was blamed for contributing to the near collapse of the U.S. financial sector and would be part of a sw...

Natural Gas Runs Out of Gas: What the Frack Happened? Recent months saw a large decline in natural gas prices: news stories blame a "supply glut" and "mild winter." Yet see for yourself exactly why expla...

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Intelsat Bonds Fall on Fears Over FCC Auction Plan The bonds plummeted to record lows Thursday as concerns grew that the company will receive far less than expected when the FCC auctions off the C-ban...

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History lessons from 2003 for pathogen-hit Asian markets It may still be months before the latest coronavirus outbreak in China reaches its peak, so timing is everything for capital market practitioners in ...

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Console makers seek to avoid 25% price bump driven by Trump’s trade war Enlarge / This could all be 25% more expensive if the Trump administration's latest Chinese tariff threats go through. With the long-running trade wa...

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Children are earning $1,500 a year in allowances, but won't save Kids could put away more than $1,500 in one year — if they had the discipline to save the cash Mom and Dad give them. How to teach your child money m...

Volkswagen registers unit in Turkey ahead of production decision Volkswagen has established a subsidiary in Turkey's western Manisa province, the country's Trade Registry Gazette showed on Wednesday, as the company...

Pratt and Whitney awarded $2.19B for F-35 engines Pratt and Whitney has been awarded more than $2 billion in a contract modification to a previously awarded contract for F-35 strike fighter jet propu...

Dynamic FX hedging at heart of BNP Paribas-Kantox partnership Corporates' increasing need to use treasury resources more efficiently has persuaded BNP Paribas to partner with fintech Kantox to offer a new dy...

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Vietnam: Bank-café Timo gets a whole latte love Is Timo a café or a bank? VinaCapital’s Don Lam reckons his popular Vietnamese neobank can profitably be both – and more. Vietnam’s emergent cas...

Manhattan real estate prices take the biggest tumble since the financial crisis A continued drop in foreign buyers, changes in the federal tax laws that make it more expensive to live in high-tax states and a glut of high-priced ...

GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares fall to 1-month low after U.S. manufacturing hit A major global share index hit its lowest level in a month on Wednesday after U.S. manufacturing activity tumbled to more than a decade low, sparking...

Credit Suisse clears its CEO in spying scandal that rocked Swiss banking Credit Suisse cleared its CEO on Tuesday of snooping on a star wealth manager in an episode that saw suicide, scandal and espionage invade the secret...

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The White-Collar Job Apocalypse That Didn’t Happen Economists once warned that office jobs in the United States would soon follow factory jobs in moving overseas. New research suggests that jobs may b...

Coronavirus and the Big Decline in the Hang Seng: A Connection? Hong Kong has seen political upheaval for months, plus a recent corona virus outbreak in mainland China: Did these news stories drive the big decline...

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...

Southwest Failed to Prioritize Safety, Government Says A government report to be released shortly says that Southwest Airlines flew more than 17 million passengers on planes with unconfirmed maintenance r...

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 ...

Biden Push for Labor Support Is Burdened by Obama-Era Baggage Supporters of the former vice president say he can win back union members who rejected Hillary Clinton. But he must overcome some hard feelings first...

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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...

Top Trump official says coronavirus in China could help 'return of jobs to North America’ Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said China’s struggle to combat coronavirus could give businesses another reason to opt to move their companies to Nor...

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2020 Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well...

A New Generation Seeks to Give It All Away Now Families create foundations typically to establish a long-term philanthropic legacy, but a new study shows some want to see the immediate impact of t...

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...

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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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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Mastercard wants to give you fast access to cash — using only your cell phone Mastercard and a technology partner are rolling out a service called Mastercard Cash Pick-Up, which gives anyone with a cell phone — even those witho...

U.S. banks could invest in venture capital funds again under 'Volcker rewrite' U.S. banks would be able to take large stakes in venture capital funds under a proposal to ease strict bank trading and investment rules introduced f...

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...

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...

Southwest Failed to Prioritize Safety, Government Says A government report to be released shortly says that Southwest Airlines flew more than 17 million passengers on planes with unconfirmed maintenance r...

Zuckerberg pledges Facebook users privacy upgrades after $550 million facial recognition settlement Facebook Inc has reached a $550 million settlement of claims it collected and stored millions of users' biometric data without their consent, as Chie...

Natural Gas Runs Out of Gas: What the Frack Happened? Recent months saw a large decline in natural gas prices: news stories blame a "supply glut" and "mild winter." Yet see for yourself exactly why expla...

Kieswetter: Cross-border organised crime on the rise Cross-border organised crime is on the rise, SA Revenue Service commissioner Edward Kieswetter said on Wednesday, making particular reference to crim...

Low-Cost Investing Can’t Get Any Lower Than Free Charles Schwab is eliminating fees for trades of stocks and exchange-traded funds. The move is part of a trend that has made it cheaper than ever to ...

Chances of an October Fed rate cut increase after survey shows a slump in manufacturing Traders now see a bigger chance of another rate cut by the Federal Reserve this month after a key gauge of U.S. manufacturing showed the worst readin...

Borealis Explores Possible Sale of Fertilizer Unit Global chemicals producer Borealis is looking to find a partner or sell its fertilizer unit in a deal that could value the business at around $1 bill...

From Interest Rate To Tax Benefit: Key Things To Know About A PPF Account A minimum deposit of Rs 500 per financial year is required in order to invest in a PPF account. The maximum sum allowed is Rs 1.5 lakh per financial ...

The Sushi Restaurant Inside D.C.’s Trump Hotel Just Got its First Michelin Star The Michelin Guide is not running a popularity contest in Washington. The international restaurant rainmaker just-released its star rankings for the ...

A Troubling Sign for U.S. Real Estate Market U.S. housing prices rebounded significantly following the depths of the housing bust. However, worrisome signs are beginning to appear. Take a look a...

Paddy Power and Betfair owner in online gambling mega-merger The owner of Paddy Power and Betfair has agreed a merger with the company behind Poker Stars in a deal that would create the world's biggest online b...

Restaurants owner SA Hospitality Group expands to new digs The owner of Casa Lever and St. Ambroeus restaurants, SA Hospitality Group, is expanding and moving to 950 Third Ave. at the southwest corner of East...

Betsy DeVos busts colleges misusing federal dollars for anti-Semitic social justice curriculum On Sept. 17, the Department of Education published a letter warning the Duke-University of North Carolina Consortium for Middle East Studies that it ...

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...

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...

Despite grappling with Rohingya crisis, Bangladesh is ‘development miracle’ Despite global turbulence and economic uncertainty, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh told the General Assembly on Friday evening that her country has...

Is there a recession coming? Keep an eye on these key indicators While there's no crystal ball to accurately predict when a recession will hit, there are some leading indicators investors and economists look o...

Minnesota regulators restart Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline review process Line 3, which was built in the 1960s and is increasingly subject to corrosion and cracking, runs from Hardisty, Alta. to Enbridge's terminal in Super...

Chinese Yuan: 1 Month Ago vs. Today As you know, the Chinese yuan has been getting weaker vs the U.S. dollar. But is the Chinese government behind the weakness -- or something else? Wat...

Indonesia: Clever collaboration lifts fintech Fintechs, banks and government are working together to build clever new digital services and boost financial inclusion in a country where millions ar...

Five Years of Tech Diversity Reports—and Little Progress In 2014, when Silicon Valley companies began disclosing the demographics of their workforces, advocates hoped for change. It hasn't worked out that w...

DJIA: "Volatility Breaks a Trend" EWI's analysts regularly review over 100 stock market indicators to help them "assess the correct interpretation of the wave structure." Get key insi...

Global private banking debate: PB embraces the modern world Private banks across the world are changing fast, placing greater emphasis than ever on a host of key factors. The best wealth managers are busy boos...

The Interior Secretary Wants to Enlarge a Dam. An Old Lobbying Client Would Benefit. David Bernhardt is backing a plan to raise the height of the Shasta Dam in California even though his department’s experts have warned against the ch...

Lawsuit accuses AT&T of shady attempt to pump up DirecTV Now numbers AT&T has been accused in a lawsuit of some pretty shady tactics meant to help the company boost the subscriber numbers for its streaming TV initiativ...

Zuckerberg: I'll 'go to the mat and fight' Warren over plan to break up Facebook Leaked recordings published by the Verge show Zuckerberg fears ‘existential threat’ if Democratic contender becomes presidentFacebook chief executive...

Console makers seek to avoid 25% price bump driven by Trump’s trade war Enlarge / This could all be 25% more expensive if the Trump administration's latest Chinese tariff threats go through. With the long-running trade wa...

McDonald's slides after JP Morgan analyst says chain's earnings seem 'softer' than expected McDonald's shares slid more than 2% on Tuesday after an analyst at J.P. Morgan raised concern about the fast-food chain's third-quarter res...

Spotting a "Tired" Look in the U.S. Long Bond Many observers of the U.S. government bond market expected "concerns about the global economy" to continue to "fuel" a persistent rally. Those econom...

Stitch Fix shares fall despite earnings beat, with 'softer' fiscal first quarter ahead Stitch Fix's active client base grew 18% year over year, reaching 3.2 million people, the company said when it reported earnings after the bell ...

Children are earning $1,500 a year in allowances, but won't save Kids could put away more than $1,500 in one year — if they had the discipline to save the cash Mom and Dad give them. How to teach your child money m...

Volkswagen registers unit in Turkey ahead of production decision Volkswagen has established a subsidiary in Turkey's western Manisa province, the country's Trade Registry Gazette showed on Wednesday, as the company...

Pratt and Whitney awarded $2.19B for F-35 engines Pratt and Whitney has been awarded more than $2 billion in a contract modification to a previously awarded contract for F-35 strike fighter jet propu...

Dynamic FX hedging at heart of BNP Paribas-Kantox partnership Corporates' increasing need to use treasury resources more efficiently has persuaded BNP Paribas to partner with fintech Kantox to offer a new dy...

Here's why decaying US airports are turning to private money U.S. airports make most of their money from airlines, charging them for everything from landing fees, to terminal rent and fuel sales. But, with agin...

Vietnam: Bank-café Timo gets a whole latte love Is Timo a café or a bank? VinaCapital’s Don Lam reckons his popular Vietnamese neobank can profitably be both – and more. Vietnam’s emergent cas...

Manhattan real estate prices take the biggest tumble since the financial crisis A continued drop in foreign buyers, changes in the federal tax laws that make it more expensive to live in high-tax states and a glut of high-priced ...

GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares fall to 1-month low after U.S. manufacturing hit A major global share index hit its lowest level in a month on Wednesday after U.S. manufacturing activity tumbled to more than a decade low, sparking...

Credit Suisse clears its CEO in spying scandal that rocked Swiss banking Credit Suisse cleared its CEO on Tuesday of snooping on a star wealth manager in an episode that saw suicide, scandal and espionage invade the secret...

Libor transition: Surge pricing It was just what the regulators didn’t want: another surge in Sofr just as the timetable for transition away from US dollar Libor enters its critical...

The White-Collar Job Apocalypse That Didn’t Happen Economists once warned that office jobs in the United States would soon follow factory jobs in moving overseas. New research suggests that jobs may b...

Kieswetter: Cross-border organised crime on the rise Cross-border organised crime is on the rise, SA Revenue Service commissioner Edward Kieswetter said on Wednesday, making particular reference to crim...

Low-Cost Investing Can’t Get Any Lower Than Free Charles Schwab is eliminating fees for trades of stocks and exchange-traded funds. The move is part of a trend that has made it cheaper than ever to ...

Chances of an October Fed rate cut increase after survey shows a slump in manufacturing Traders now see a bigger chance of another rate cut by the Federal Reserve this month after a key gauge of U.S. manufacturing showed the worst readin...

Borealis Explores Possible Sale of Fertilizer Unit Global chemicals producer Borealis is looking to find a partner or sell its fertilizer unit in a deal that could value the business at around $1 bill...

From Interest Rate To Tax Benefit: Key Things To Know About A PPF Account A minimum deposit of Rs 500 per financial year is required in order to invest in a PPF account. The maximum sum allowed is Rs 1.5 lakh per financial ...

The Sushi Restaurant Inside D.C.’s Trump Hotel Just Got its First Michelin Star The Michelin Guide is not running a popularity contest in Washington. The international restaurant rainmaker just-released its star rankings for the ...

A Troubling Sign for U.S. Real Estate Market U.S. housing prices rebounded significantly following the depths of the housing bust. However, worrisome signs are beginning to appear. Take a look a...

Paddy Power and Betfair owner in online gambling mega-merger The owner of Paddy Power and Betfair has agreed a merger with the company behind Poker Stars in a deal that would create the world's biggest online b...

Restaurants owner SA Hospitality Group expands to new digs The owner of Casa Lever and St. Ambroeus restaurants, SA Hospitality Group, is expanding and moving to 950 Third Ave. at the southwest corner of East...

Betsy DeVos busts colleges misusing federal dollars for anti-Semitic social justice curriculum On Sept. 17, the Department of Education published a letter warning the Duke-University of North Carolina Consortium for Middle East Studies that it ...

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...

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...

Despite grappling with Rohingya crisis, Bangladesh is ‘development miracle’ Despite global turbulence and economic uncertainty, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh told the General Assembly on Friday evening that her country has...

Is there a recession coming? Keep an eye on these key indicators While there's no crystal ball to accurately predict when a recession will hit, there are some leading indicators investors and economists look o...

Minnesota regulators restart Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline review process Line 3, which was built in the 1960s and is increasingly subject to corrosion and cracking, runs from Hardisty, Alta. to Enbridge's terminal in Super...

Chinese Yuan: 1 Month Ago vs. Today As you know, the Chinese yuan has been getting weaker vs the U.S. dollar. But is the Chinese government behind the weakness -- or something else? Wat...

Indonesia: Clever collaboration lifts fintech Fintechs, banks and government are working together to build clever new digital services and boost financial inclusion in a country where millions ar...

Five Years of Tech Diversity Reports—and Little Progress In 2014, when Silicon Valley companies began disclosing the demographics of their workforces, advocates hoped for change. It hasn't worked out that w...

DJIA: "Volatility Breaks a Trend" EWI's analysts regularly review over 100 stock market indicators to help them "assess the correct interpretation of the wave structure." Get key insi...

Global private banking debate: PB embraces the modern world Private banks across the world are changing fast, placing greater emphasis than ever on a host of key factors. The best wealth managers are busy boos...

The Interior Secretary Wants to Enlarge a Dam. An Old Lobbying Client Would Benefit. David Bernhardt is backing a plan to raise the height of the Shasta Dam in California even though his department’s experts have warned against the ch...

Lawsuit accuses AT&T of shady attempt to pump up DirecTV Now numbers AT&T has been accused in a lawsuit of some pretty shady tactics meant to help the company boost the subscriber numbers for its streaming TV initiativ...

Zuckerberg: I'll 'go to the mat and fight' Warren over plan to break up Facebook Leaked recordings published by the Verge show Zuckerberg fears ‘existential threat’ if Democratic contender becomes presidentFacebook chief executive...