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  • Wall Street shunned Trump
    POLITICO

    Wall Street shunned Trump

    Quick Fix Wall Street shunned Trump — President Trump on Monday, while slamming an NYT story about possible suppression of suspicious activities reports on his dealings with Deutsche Bank, suggested that every bank on Wall Street wanted to do business with his company. Story Continued Below This is simply not the case — Big banks largely shunned the Trump Organization because of Trump's reputation for defaults and constant attempts at debt renegotiation. MM spoke with several top executives who worked at banks that wanted nothing to do with Trump. One former top exec at one of the nation's biggest banks told me: "We wouldn't do business with him for all the obvious reasons and nobody else would

  • CNBC

    Trade war's 'wall of worry' will spark a year-end rally, Wall Street bull Jim Paulsen says

    Leuthold Group's Jim Paulsen sees a silver lining as the U.S.-China trade war rattles the market.

  • PRECIOUS-Gold hits 2-week low as dollar eclipses metal's safe-haven appeal
    CNBC.com

    PRECIOUS-Gold hits 2-week low as dollar eclipses metal's safe-haven appeal

    * SPDR Gold holdings rose 0.4% on Friday * Speculators raise COMEX gold longs in week to May 14 * $1,265 critical level for gold - analyst * Silver falls to over 5-month low (Updates prices) May 20 (Reuters) - Gold prices fell to a more than two-week trough on Monday as strong U.S. economic data underpinned the dollar, boosting its safe-haven status over gold amid political and trade tensions. Spot gold was broadly unchanged at $1,276.83 per ounce as of 0731 GMT, having fallen to $1,274.39, its lowest since May 3 earlier, in the session. U.S. gold futures edged 0.1% higher at $1,276.50 an ounce. U.S. consumer sentiment jumped to a 15-year high in early May amid growing confidence over the economy's

  • Bloomberg

    Beyond Meat Wipeout Seen by Kazakh Who Nailed Facebook

    A 30-year-old stock analyst, he plies his trade in Kazakhstan, where he advises investors about local companies and initial public offerings in the U.S. Beyond Meat, after all, is the hottest IPO the U.S. market has seen in more than a decade, having more than tripled since its May 1 debut. Back in 2012, Abdikarimov came out with an aggressively bearish call on Facebook Inc. before its IPO, setting the lowest target of anyone surveyed by Bloomberg, and issuing a sell recommendation after shares started trading.

  • 24/7 Wall St. » Blog Archive Apple, Ford and Other Consumer Goods Stocks With Recent Golden Crosses (NASDAQ: AAPL) (NYSE: F)
    247wallst.com

    24/7 Wall St. » Blog Archive Apple, Ford and Other Consumer Goods Stocks With Recent Golden Crosses (NASDAQ: AAPL) (NYSE: F)

    Golden crosses and death crosses are common signals in technical analysis and refer to the relationship between short-term and long-term moving averages. The golden cross typically is seen as a bullish sign, perhaps a stock that has broken out or is about to. The death cross, on the other hand, can be a bearish sign, perhaps warning investors to get out of the way or signaling that it may be time short the stock. Here are four consumer goods that recently saw their 50-day moving average cross above the 200-day average, a golden cross, plus one that went the other way. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) saw its golden cross in early May, reversing the death cross seen in the December market sell-off. Warren

  • Here Are Wall Street Analysts’ Top Integrated Energy Picks
    Market Realist

    Here Are Wall Street Analysts’ Top Integrated Energy Picks

    Here Are Wall Street Analysts' Top Integrated Energy PicksA glimpse at analysts’ favorite stocksIn this article, we have ranked six global integrated energy firms based on the “buy” ratings received from Wall Street analysts.Total (TOT) has

  • 3 Pot Stocks Wall Street Bought in the First Quarter
    The Motley Fool

    3 Pot Stocks Wall Street Bought in the First Quarter

    Whether you realize it or not, mid-May a special time of the year for investors -- and I'm not talking about the barrage of earnings reports that have hit the newswires over the past couple of weeks. No, I'm talking about May 15 being the deadline for primetime money managers and Wall Street institutions to file Form 13F with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Put simply, Form 13F is a required disclosure of investment holdings for investment funds and hedge funds with more than $100 million in assets under management. Within 45 days of the end of the previous quarter, investment and hedge funds must disclose their holdings, which in turn allows Wall Street and investors to see what the

  • CNBC

    As the stock market makes a comeback, the bond market flashes a 'dire' warning about the economy

    The S&P 500 is up 1% since a massive sell-off to start last week. Bond yields, however, have not been as resilient. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield is trading at 2.4%, about 40 basis points below its 2019 high and within 10 basis points of its year-to-date low.

  • Business Standard India

    Market Wrap, May 21: Sensex down 383 pts, Nifty at 11,709 in volatile trade

    Benchmark indices ended around 1 per cent lower on Tuesday as the previous day's exit poll euphoria gave way to profit-booking by investors, including in some index heavweights. The indices hit a record-high at opening, with the S&P BSE Sensex touching the 39,571.73-mark while Nifty reached 11,883.55 levels, before trimming gains in a volatile session that saw India VIX rise over 8 per cent. The S&P BSE Sensex ended the day 383 points lower at 38,970, with Tata Motors, Maruti Suzuki, IndusInd Bank, Mahindra & Mahindra, and Bharti Airtel emerging as the top losers. Only three out of the 30 constituents of BSE ended the day in the green. The broader Nifty50 also slipped 119 points to settle at

  • The Economic Times

    Gold slides on tepid demand, weak overseas trend

    New Delhi: Gold prices Tuesday declined by Rs 50 to Rs 32,670 per 10 gram in the national capital on fall in demand from local jewellers in tandem with a weak trend overseas, according to the All India Sarafa Association. Silver however stood steady at Monday's level of Rs 37,350 per kg. Traders said gold dropped due to a weak overseas trend and decline in local demand. Globally, spot gold was trading lower at USD 1,276.10 an ounce, while silver was down at USD 14.49 an ounce in New York. In the national capital, gold of 99.9 per cent and 99.5 per cent purity dropped by Rs 50 each to Rs 32,670 and Rs 32,500 per 10 gram, respectively. Sovereign gold, however, held steady at Rs 26,500 per eight

  • The Economic Times

    Adani Green Energy OFS subscribed 43% on Day 1

    NEW DELHI: The offer for sale (OFS) of Adani Green Energy was subscribed 42.78 per cent on the first day of the issue on Tuesday. The issue received institutional bids for 3,36,91,040 shares against the total size of 8,75,00,000 shares. The 8.75 crore shares at a face value of Rs 10 each constitute 5.59 per cent of the paid-up equity share capital of the company. As many as 7,87,50,000 shares, which is 90 per cent of the offer size, are offered to institutional investors. The remaining 10 per cent, or 87,50,000 shares, is reserved for retail investors. The issue will open for retail investors on Wednesday. The company on Monday said that two of its promoters Adani Tradeline LLP and Universal

  • Global markets gain on Huawei grace period
    Associated Press

    Global markets gain on Huawei grace period

    BEIJING (AP) — Most global stock markets rose Tuesday after the U.S. government issued a 90-day grace period on its order to bar U.S. firms from selling to Chinese telecom gear maker Huawei.

  • GoldSpot Discoveries Corp. Announces Filing of Interim Financial Statements and Subsequent Revocation of Cease Trade Order
    Newsfile

    GoldSpot Discoveries Corp. Announces Filing of Interim Financial Statements and Subsequent Revocation of Cease Trade Order

    Toronto, Ontario--(Newsfile Corp. - May 16, 2019) - GoldSpot Discoveries Corp. (TSXV: SPOT) (the "Company" or "GoldSpot") announces that further to its press release of May 10, 2019, the Company has filed its interim financial statements, management's discussion and analysis and related certifications (the "Interim Financial Materials") for the three and nine-month period ended February 28, 2019 and, accordingly, the failure-to-file cease trade order (the "Order") issued by the Nova Scotia Securities Commission and ...

  • Time to Repeal the Rule That Aided Uber’s IPO Flop
    Bloomberg

    Time to Repeal the Rule That Aided Uber’s IPO Flop

    The stock remains below its IPO price, and many people have heaped fault on the bankers who told executives that Uber could be worth $120 billion. Nonetheless, according to a Bloomberg News article, Michael Grimes, Morgan Stanley’s top Silicon Valley banker who led the deal, isn’t experiencing a drop-off in demand for his services. Raising the private market investor cap was a provision in the 2012 JOBS Act, which despite the acronym had little to do with creating jobs.