List/Grid Monthly Archives: November 2017

Earnings Results: Nutanix shares rise as results top Street, software pivot announced

Earnings Results: Nutanix shares rise as results top Street, software pivot announced

Nutanix Inc. shares rose in the extended session Thursday, following an initial slip, after the computer storage and server company confirmed it is shifting to a more software-focused business model… Read more »

NewsWatch: Where to stash your money when this bull market makes you sweat

NewsWatch: Where to stash your money when this bull market makes you sweat

MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE A 50/50 portfolio keeps you in stocks and lowers risk, writes Howard Gold. See full story. Republican tax plan heads for Senate vote: live updates Follow along… Read more »

Market Extra: Uncle Sam is coming after your bitcoin gains

Market Extra: Uncle Sam is coming after your bitcoin gains

A judge’s ruling in favor of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service in its suit against Coinbase, a cryptocurrency exchange, once again proves that death and taxes are about the only… Read more »

Market Snapshot: Dow on its way to longest streak of monthly gains in 22 years as it surges above 24,000

Market Snapshot: Dow on its way to longest streak of monthly gains in 22 years as it surges above 24,000

U.S. stocks rallied Thursday, with major equity indexes hitting records as investors grew more optimistic about the prospects for a tax overhaul out of Washington. The Dow broke above 24,000… Read more »

Futures Movers: Oil notches a gain as OPEC extends output-cut pact to end of 2018

Futures Movers: Oil notches a gain as OPEC extends output-cut pact to end of 2018

By Markets/commodities reporter Markets reporter Oil prices settled modestly higher on Thursday after OPEC members and other major oil producers agreed to extend their production-cut pact to the end of… Read more »

Deep Dive: DoubleLine fund doubles the returns of rivals with the help of economics Nobel winner Robert Shiller

Deep Dive: DoubleLine fund doubles the returns of rivals with the help of economics Nobel winner Robert Shiller

Mutual fund managers struggle to beat their benchmarks in any given year, and if they do, their hot hands eventually turn cold. Hence, the rise of passive investing. But, occasionally,… Read more »

The Fed: Trump’s Fed? Nominations look more like Jeb’s Fed

The Fed: Trump’s Fed? Nominations look more like Jeb’s Fed

By Senior economics reporter President Trump’s first two Fed picks worked for the younger President Bush and the latest, Marvin Goodfriend, fits the same mold. The latest Federal Reserve nomination… Read more »

Older women will soon rule the world, MIT professor says

Older women will soon rule the world, MIT professor says

People are living longer, more active lives than they used to, but retirement is treated as it has been for generations — and that has to change, one expert on… Read more »

Commodities Corner: Here’s what OPEC’s extended oil-production cuts mean for the market

Commodities Corner: Here’s what OPEC’s extended oil-production cuts mean for the market

By Markets/commodities reporter OPEC and its oil-producing allies on Thursday officially agreed to extend production curbs to the end of next year, but the crude market barely settled higher as… Read more »

Market Extra: Dow tops 24,000 for first time as investors learn to love an aging bull market

Market Extra: Dow tops 24,000 for first time as investors learn to love an aging bull market

The Dow Jones Industrial Average topped 24,000 for the first time Thursday, and while the landmark might not have any meaning from a technical or fundamental perspective, it might have… Read more »

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