Category: Finance

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Bank earnings are coming, and they’ll be immense

Just since Jan. 1, analyst projections for financial earnings went from a 10.7 percent gain all the way to 24 percent currently. Only energy, which has been the beneficiary of rising oil prices, has seen a higher net revision among the S&P 500’s 11 sectors, according to investment research firm CFRA. With financials comprising 14.7…

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Theresa Might per chance perchance well says world must ‘catch action’ in opposition to Assad for Syrian chemical weapons assault

REUTERS/Christopher Furlong/Pool The UK says the world must “take action” againsy Syria following a suspected chemical weapons attack. The British government believes it is “highly likely” the Assad regime was behind the attack that left 75 people dead. Prime Minister Theresa May says the UK will work with the US and France to coordinate a…

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U.S. Shares Approach as Center East Battle Discuss Cools: Markets Wrap

U.S. stocks gained and Treasuries retreated as President Donald Trump said he’s considering rejoining the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal he pulled out of shortly after taking office. Crude added to this week’s climb, and the dollar rose. The S&P 500 Index was up roughly 0.8 percent and the Dow Jones Industrial Average added almost 300…

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Facebook predicted precisely what’s happening appropriate now in its IPO filing six years previously

Revelations of a massive data leak at Facebook have shocked users, investors, lawmakers and even some top executives in recent weeks — but the company warned of third-party breaches and government regulation more than six years ago when it first filed to go public. In its 2012 IPO prospectus, Facebook called “improper access to or…

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Beijing says Xi speech wasn’t a concession to US, or now not it is willing to hit benefit at any escalation

China will not hesitate to fight back if the United States escalates its trade spat with Beijing, the commerce ministry said on Thursday, asserting that Chinese President Xi Jinping’s pledge to cut import tariffs is not a concession to Washington. Xi on Tuesday vowed to open China’s economy further and lower import duties on goods…

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Republicans Transferring to Provide protection to Mueller After Trump Unleashes Assaults

Congressional Republicans moved to head off any attempt by President Donald Trump to fire special counsel Robert Mueller as the president continued to attack the Russia investigation and the Justice Department. Two Republicans and two Democrats have consolidated their separate bills to protect Mueller into a single piece of legislation that would, according to the…