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Juno Therapeutics (JUNO) stock was about 46 percent higher in premarket after a Wall Street Journal report said the biopharmaceutical company is in talks to be acquired by Celgene (CELG). A deal could be announced within weeks. Bank of America reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings ...
Stocks are already outrunning some Wall Street targets for year-end and more are at risk, with the S&P 500 up nearly 5 percent so far this year. The median forecast is 2,975, and while half the 18 strategists surveyed are at 3,000 or higher, eight are at 2,850 or lower. One wild card for the market has been ...

President Donald Trump has had an erratic start to 2018 -- he's threatened nuclear war on twitter, seen growing questions about his mental stability, and stirred controversy in disparaging immigrants from what he reportedly deems "shithole countries." Despite the uncertainty emanating from the White ...
The vaunted Wall Street firm reported a nearly $2 billion quarterly loss Wednesday -- its first loss in six years -- due to a short-term hit from the new tax law. The lack of market volatility also led to a steep drop in trading revenue during the last three months of 2017. Powered by SmartAsset.com ...

As a candidate, Donald Trump sent mixed signals on where he stood when it came to Wall Street. Though the former real-estate mogul initially called for Dodd-Frank to be "torn up" and said that he "disagreed" with calls to break up big banks, in a later campaign speech he told voters, "I know Wall Street.
People are reflected on an electronic stock indicator of a securities firm in Tokyo, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. Shares were broadly higher in Asia on Thursday after a rally on Wall Street that took the Dow Jones... (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi) More ...
Early indications from Wall Street futures are also positive following last night's record levels that saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average close above 26,000 points and the broader S&P 500 close over 2,800 points for the first time in history. Contracts tied to the Dow were marked 15 points, or 0.06% lower, in European ...
Europe stocks edge higher after Wall Street rally; Geberit surges 4.5%. The pan-European Stoxx 600 edged up around 0.1 percent during early morning deals, with most sectors in positive territory; U.S. stocks jumped on Wednesday, as the Dow Jones industrial average closed above 26,000 for the first ...
His tweets have the power to shape international relations, send stock prices up -- or down -- and galvanize the American public. We're watching how Donald Trump is using this platform of unfettered communication now that he's commander in chief. Here is everything Trump has tweeted since he was ...
Tokyo, Jan. 15 (Xinhua) -- Tokyo stocks opened higher Monday as solid gains late last week on Wall Street set a positive tone for investors here. As of 9:15 a.m., the 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average added 172.02 points, or 0.73 percent, from Friday to 23,825.84. The broader Topix index of all First Section ...
The bulls on Wall Street continue to be in full control. Here is one fresh example of that bullishness. ByBrian Sozzi. Jan 14, 2018 2:36 PM EST. The bears might be having a field day raiding bitcoin and ripple speculators, but luckily for investors that voracious profit-taking hasn't extended to stocks in 2018. And judging by ...
The slam-dunk winners from the tax law are Wall Street and Corporate America. Consider the party that the corporate tax cut has set off in the stock market. The Dow is closing in on 26,000, barely a week after it hit 25,000. "This is the greatest gift to Corporate America in decades," said Ian Winer, head of ...
PALM BEACH, Fla. -- President Trump on Sunday morning ratcheted up a dispute with The Wall Street Journal, accusing the newspaper of purposely misquoting him as saying in an interview that he has a good relationship with the leader of North Korea. In two tweets from his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm ...
Late last year, Morgan Stanley got a tip: Reporters were asking about allegations that a high-profile executive, the former congressman Harold E. Ford Jr., had harassed a female journalist. Morgan Stanley conducted a quick investigation, interviewing the accuser and Mr. Ford, who denied the allegations.
bitcoin ETFs have been a dream of many investment professionals on Wall Street. After long delays, the beginning of trading of bitcoin futures in late 2017 opened the door to efforts from would-be bitcoin ETF providers to come out with potential products linked to the cryptocurrency. Despite the risks ...

"Yeah, be really clear, I'd like to -- because I love the 'Wall Street Journal'. I hope that you guys are clear. OK." Same. 29. "The man with the three hour interview, he spent three hours -- the man who said he spent three hours in the Oval Office who I never met once in the White House." "The man with the ...
If the recent performance of our dominant political party, and its titular head, have not given you the deep-down dismals yet, you should get a load of the (three-hour!) interview given by the president* to The Wall Street Journal. Holy buggered Baal, this is like something you hear when you're trapped in a ...
It's not just Wall Street that's facing the brunt of these price hikes. These costs are being passed on to mom and pop investors, incrementally adding up and serving as a drain on retirement accounts. And to make matters worse there is little justification or clarity on why these fees are climbing so rapidly, how ...
Good Friday. Here's what we're watching: • JPMorgan's earnings beat can't mask Wall Street's malaise. • BlackRock is now a $6 trillion firm. • C.E.O.s hoping for an immigration deal will have to keep waiting. • The small print on Walmart's tax gesture. Want this in your own email inbox? Here's the sign-up.
facebook's changes to your News Feed are rattling Wall Street. Facebook (FB) stock sank 4% on Friday, its worst day in more than a year, after the company announced it will prioritize posts from friends and family over news stories and content from businesses. investors are worried that the revamp will ...
A former star of pornographic movies received a $130,000 payment a month before the 2016 election that was part of an agreement to keep her from publicly discussing a sexual encounter she claimed to have had with Donald J. Trump, The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday afternoon. The Journal ...
Twenty-seven billion dollars has gone missing on Wall Street. For more than a decade, the world's top investment banks practically minted money from the buying and selling of bonds, currencies and other complex securities. For many banks, the business became their lifeblood. Now, a combination of ...
The benchmark Nikkei average rose further and marked a fresh 26-year closing high on the Tokyo stock exchange Friday, lifted by Wall Street's overnight advance. The 225-issue Nikkei average gained 208.20 points, or 0.89 percent, to end at 23,714.53 -- the best finish since Jan. 6, 1992 -- after surging ...
Outside the headline jobs figure are a few other important stats investors can't afford to ignore. From wage growth to the border wall to Fed action, this is what employment stats could impact. ByKinsey Grant · and Bradley Keoun. Jan 5, 2018 9:16 AM EST. The U.S. economy didn't stun investors with the December jobs ...
Wall Street's New Year's party kept the corks popping on Thursday, with the Dow Jones industrials crossing the 25,000 level for the first time. As with each crossing of such a big-number marker, the question again is: Can this soiree keep swinging? There's reason to doubt that it can. Nothing in particular ...
Wall Street eagerly anticipated this tax bonanza. Expectations for stronger profits helped send stock prices soaring in 2017, and they've gone even higher early in 2018. Trump himself predicted on twitter on Wednesday night that the stock rally still has "tremendous upward potential." That may be true.
U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, after the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all saw fresh record highs in yesterday's session. The S&P 500 closed above 2,700 for the first time, having its fourth positive session in five. The Dow was nearing 25,000. (CNBC). Tesla (TSLA) shares were lower in premarket ...
So in the spirit of Peter Lynch's philosophy, we asked three of our contributing investors to pick a stock that has yet to make it on Wall Street's radar and explain why individuals will want to take a look. Here's why they picked Tellurian (Nasdaq:TELL), Aurinia pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ:AUPH), and ...
MoneyGram, Car Sales and More Records for Wall Street - 5 Things You Must Know. U.S. stock futures point to another set of records for Wall Street on ... U.S. stock futures pointed to another set of records for Wall Street on Wednesday, Jan. 3, and European stocks rebounded as global markets continued to ride a bullish ...
How Wall Street and Washington will intersect in 2018. By BEN WHITE. 01/03/2018 05:03 AM EST. Share on facebook Share on twitter. Subscribe to POLITICO money on Apple Podcasts here. | Subscribe via Stitcher here.
Bring on those Tesla numbers: From Wall Street research notes to various auto blogs, it looks like Tesla (TSLA) will badly whiff on its Model 3 delivery goals for 2017 when numbers are released on Thursday evening. The Tesla fanboys have ignored the warning signs, bidding up shares of the money-losing ...
U.S. stock futures were mixed this morning after a record-breaking start to the year on Wall Street. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq both closed at record highs. The Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq have all gained in three of the past four sessions. (CNBC). Ripple, the world's second-largest cryptocurrency by value, ...
It should come as no surprise that Bloomberg Terminal users (also known as the who's who of the financial industry) eat out a lot. After all, there's a lot of business to be done at restaurants, and it's been a big year for New York dining, especially with the relaunch of the former Four Seasons space.
It doesn't get better than this: Encouraged by the surprise electoral victory of President Donald Trump and his aggressive push for tax cuts and deregulation, the U.S. stock market ended the first ever "perfect year." That is, one in which all 12 months featured a gain for the S&P 500 index on a total-return ...
A few of Houston's biggest public companies, which are concentrated in the energy industry, outperformed the S&P 500 index, which gained 19.4 percent in 2017. Others lost ground during the year. Click through the photo gallery above to see which company stocks did the best. RELATED: US stocks slide ...
Wall Street eyes gains with a side of caution ... Many on Wall Street cite potential pitfalls even though they see no signs of a recession. ... Wall Street's rosy forecasts seem "well supported by the tremendous string of good news which the economy has delivered," according to Jim Paulsen, chief investment ...
veteran market watcher Art Hogan, chief investment strategist at B. Riley FBR, believes stocks are in the middle of a "spectacular two year run." He sees financials, energy and industrials leading the gains in 2018 as technology begins to take a back seat. "I don't think we're going to see that kind of ...
And spirits on Wall Street are high. I spoke with six market analysts and experts about how they viewed investing in 2017 through the lens of politics and Trump. The takeaway: investors have learned to traverse the new landscape, both because of Trump and in spite of him. "The markets are happy.
U.S. stock indexes ended a boffo year with a wheeze on Friday, as share prices ended lower on 2017's final day of trading. Volume was light ahead of the New Year's holiday. Losses by technology and financial companies outweighed gains by consumer products makers and industrials stocks. Oil prices ...
NEW YORK -- There were no fireworks on Wall Street for the last trading day of the year, as U.S. stocks closed out their best year since 2013 on a down note, with losses in technology and financial stocks keeping equities in negative territory for the session. Major indexes hit a series of record highs in 2017 ...
Google is using its dominance of the search market to limit competition in the online travel business -- for its benefit and that of some major hotel chains it's teamed up with, the Wall Street Journal charges in a new editorial. The online search giant, together with the hotel chains, is limiting the ability of online ...
With an unexpectedly stellar year for stock markets behind us, it's hard not to entertain an underlying fear: When will the crash come? Not in the next 12 months, according Wall Street's 2018 stock market predictions. According to most major Wall Street firms, the U.S. equity market is in for yet another year of ...
Wall Street's major averages spiraled lower into the year-end as pent-up selling pressure coupled with year-end positioning drove the Dow Jones Industrial Average more than 100 points into the red, matching losses for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite. Losses were heaviest in the high-flying tech ...
U.S. stock indexes ended a boffo year with a wheeze on Friday, as share prices ended lower on 2017's final day of trading. Volume was light ahead of the New Year's holiday. Losses by technology and financial companies outweighed gains by consumer products makers and industrials stocks. Oil prices ...
Wall Street's top banks expect the Fed to raise US interest rates three times in 2018, matching the number of rate hikes this year and the central bank's own outlook. "That will be a risk for the market," Paul Nolte -- a portfolio manager at Chicago-based Kingsview Asset Management -- said. "You're going to ...
Google is using its dominance of the search market to limit competition in the online travel business -- for its benefit and that of some major hotel chains it's teamed up with, the Wall Street Journal charges in a new editorial. The online search giant, together with the hotel chains, is limiting the ability of online travel agencies ...
After appearing somewhat elusive, Wall Street may finally be on the "launch pad" to a Santa Claus rally, closely followed trader Art Cashin told CNBC on Thursday. U.S. stocks managed to close higher Wednesday after the major averages fell in four of the previous five sessions. Equities opened higher ...
Taken a look at your stock portfolio lately? It's a good bet that you racked up solid gains this year. Wall Street has taken stock investors on a mostly smooth, record-shattering ride in 2017. The major stock indexes are closing in on double-digit gains for the year, led by Apple (AAPL), facebook (FB) and other ...


 

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