Month: September 2019

Randal Quarles, vice chairman of supervision at the Federal Reserve, at the NABE Economic Policy Conference in Washington, D.C., U.S. on Feb. 26, 2018. Joshua Roberts Washington, D.C. — The U.S. economy is chugging along nicely even as worries over the country’s trade policy are hurting business investment, a top Federal Reserve official said Friday.
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Recent highly publicized flops by supposedly disruptive companies could be painting an unpleasant picture ahead for innovation, at least in how it’s viewed in the financial markets. Investors have turned thumbs-down on high-profile companies including WeWork, Uber and Tesla. Industries including marijuana, vaping and bitcoin all have seen big price drops following a spate of
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A new “Test-the-Waters” rule by the Securities and Exchange Commission could help stave off disappointing public market debuts — like those felt by Peloton and SmileDirectClub in recent weeks. The rule, announced Thursday, comes on the heels of a string of lackluster IPOs, and is intended to help companies gauge investor interest before officially going
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer reacts to the Trump administration’s move to consider stopping U.S. investors from investing into China’s businesses and debriefs the 2019 class of IPOs. The “Mad Money” host makes recommendations for investors who are worried about the future of the American health care system. He holds an interview with the CEO of CNBC
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The “Fast Money” traders shared their first moves for the market open. Tim Seymour was a buyer of UnitedHealth. Karen Finerman was a seller of the High Yield Corporate Bond ETF. Dan Nathan was a seller of the Semiconductor ETF. Steve Grasso was a buyer of Lennar.  Disclosure Trader disclosure: Karen Finerman’s firm is long ANTM,
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