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More losses seen for Wall Street as caution reigns 8 Hours Ago | 01:30. U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Wednesday, as investors got ready to wade through another downpour of corporate earnings, while keeping an eye on oil and data.

We're now deep in the third-quarter earnings season. And, as is typical, positive surprises have outweighed negative ones. Witness Microsoft (MSFT) or the big Wall Street banks. With stock prices stable and headlines positive, one could easily forget ...
The odds were against Wall Street on Thursday after another decline in crude oil sparked an energy selloff and Apple (AAPL) reported a so-so quarter.
Tesla reported its first quarterly profit in more than three years on Wednesday, but it's not all good news for CEO Elon Musk.
GOP Rep. Scott Garrett's big backers on Wall Street pulled their support after his Anti-Gay comments went public. Polls show Democratic challenger Josh Gottheimer is within striking distance.

Tokyo - markets fell broadly in Asia on Wednesday after a gloomy session on Wall Street, where shares of household names like appliance maker Whirlpool and athletic apparel maker Under Armour suffered their worst declines in years.
Apple fell Wednesday, dragging other technology stocks lower, after the company reported another decline in iPhone sales. Simon Property Group, which owns shopping malls and other real estate, slumped 4.5 percent.
Earnings season is a stressful time for analysts all over Wall Street. They have to prepare for early morning calls, adjust their models, write reports etc.
Mostly though, Wall Street analysts maintained their buy and outperform ratings in the wake of news that Apple reported its third straight quarter of year-over-year revenue decline.
billionaire Michael Bloomberg spoke candidly about Wall Street and the US presidential election at his company's 2017 Year Ahead conference on Tuesday.
Wall Street executives are too shielded from prosecution and should answer for misdeeds committed by underlings, the watchdog for a multibillion-dollar bailout said on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON - Fifteen Democratic senators urged federal regulators to strengthen proposed rules governing Wall Street pay practices, saying the recent scandal at Wells Fargo & Co.
KELLYANNE CONWAY: And Donald Trump -- I think any objective analysis would show that he can't get a fair shake. I mean, why the heck aren't we having wall to wall coverage on what we learned today about Governor Terry McAuliffe giving a half million ...
Early movements of U.S. futures index suggest that Wall Street stocks may open Monday's session higher. The market is looking ahead to the national activity index, the PMI manufacturing flash for October as well as a slew of speeches by Fed executives.
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Stocks are closing higher on Wall Street as traders were encouraged by a big batch of corporate deals. B/E Aerospace soared 16 percent Monday after agreeing to be acquired by Rockwell Collins.
In an email blast this afternoon announcing an exploratory bid for governor, Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D-Middlesex) took a couple of swipes at Wall Street, perhaps signaling how he would handle a Democratic primary run against Phil Murphy, a retired ...
A sign for Wall Street is carved into a building located near the New York Stock Exchange, Friday, Oct. 7, 2016. Solid, if uninspiring, U.S.
NEW YORK - A government lawyer said prominent Wall Street executive Lynn Tilton cheated investors in failing companies of over $200 million and should be banned from the industry.
TOM FRIEDMAN, New York Times: The opinions she holds, as reflected in those speeches [before Wall Street banks] -- and there were many of them, there wasn't just one speech -- is where the Democratic party should be.
In closed-door paid speeches few years ago to Wall Street bankers, Clinton showed a more soft-handed approach, according to leaked transcripts.
That great sucking sound you heard after the release by Wikileaks of excerpts of some Hillary Clinton speeches to Wall Street is the deflation of the partisan hype that preceded them. Despite all the hopeful GOP predictions, the excerpts do nothing to ...
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a "substantial number" of buyouts in an effort to "limit" layoffs, the newspaper's editor-in-chief Gerard Baker said Friday.
Wall Street's top prosecutor just schooled a room full of New York bankers on bad behavior. Preet Bharara is greatly feared on Wall Street. As the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, Bharara has prosecuted dozens of high profile ...
READING, Vt. - On Wall Street, Andrew J. Hall is known, even feted, as an aggressive trader with nerves of steel, capable of earning a $100 million bonus in a single year.
As the sun sets over New York harbor on a clear October evening, a party is in full swing on the 31st floor of a skyscraper a few blocks from Wall Street. The view from the floor-to-ceiling windows is partially obstructed by a 4-foot tall, 3-D printed ...
In closed-door paid speeches few years ago to Wall Street bankers, Clinton showed a more soft-handed approach, according to leaked transcripts.
Better-than-expected earnings from the tech world pushed Wall Street to close out the week with slight gains. The S&P 500 climbed 0.38% over the past five days, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.04%, and the Nasdaq added 0.83%.
TOM FRIEDMAN, New York Times: The opinions she holds, as reflected in those speeches [before Wall Street banks] -- and there were many of them, there wasn't just one speech -- is where the Democratic party should be.
That great sucking sound you heard after the release by Wikileaks of excerpts of some Hillary Clinton speeches to Wall Street is the deflation of the partisan hype that preceded them. Despite all the hopeful GOP predictions, the excerpts do nothing to ...
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a "substantial number" of buyouts in an effort to "limit" layoffs, the newspaper's editor-in-chief Gerard Baker said Friday.
A disappointing quarter from Verizon (VZ) , the largest wireless provider in the U.S., was enough to pull the telecom industry and the rest of Wall Street into the red on Thursday. The S&P 500 was down 0.14%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.23 ...
Hillary Clinton held her lead over Donald Trump in the final presidential debate ahead of the election, analysts said of the Wednesday night market reaction.
Wall Street's top prosecutor just schooled a room full of New York bankers on bad behavior. Preet Bharara is greatly feared on Wall Street. As the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, Bharara has prosecuted dozens of high profile ...
PODESTA: What I would say to that, Wolf, is we're not going to get into that, but what I would say is that she has said to people on Wall Street before the 2008 election, during the crisis, and during the speeches that they need to be held accountable.
Deutsche Bank has moved to suppress speculation that the beleaguered European firm may seek to wind-down its Investment Banking operations in the U.S.
Trian Fund's Nelson Peltz told CNBC on Wednesday that Wall Street is "unnecessarily" talking itself into a negative environment during a time of prosperity.
Thus, I assumed there was something politically damaging in her discussions with Wall Street bigwigs, for which Goldman Sachs paid $225,000 a shot.
READING, Vt. - On Wall Street, Andrew J. Hall is known, even feted, as an aggressive trader with nerves of steel, capable of earning a $100 million bonus in a single year.
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Revenue of $1.68 billion came in ahead of Wall Street's forecasts. Hasbro shares rose 7.4%. Constellation Brands (STZ) agreed to sell its its wine division in Canada to Ontario teachers' Pension Plan for $784.5 million.
Because make no mistake, the one-time Wall Street darling is in bad need of shareholder first ideas and a shakeup at the board level.


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