List/Grid Monthly Archives: March 2018

IPO Report: IPO proceeds hit 3-year high in first quarter, fueled by foreign companies’ offerings

IPO Report: IPO proceeds hit 3-year high in first quarter, fueled by foreign companies’ offerings

The first quarter of 2018 was the U.S. stock market’s worst quarter in years, as concerns over inflation and trade policy hit shares, but that didn’t stop a surge of… Read more »

NewsWatch: Why ‘The China Hustle’ is a finance documentary all U.S. investors need to see

NewsWatch: Why ‘The China Hustle’ is a finance documentary all U.S. investors need to see

MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE Producer and documentarian Alex Gibney and whistleblower Dan David speak with MarketWatch about Chinese reverse mergers and short-selling. See full story. The simple reason the Dow snapped… Read more »

Key Words: Trump tweets dial up attack on Amazon and the ‘lobbyist’ and ‘fake’ Washington Post

Key Words: Trump tweets dial up attack on Amazon and the ‘lobbyist’ and ‘fake’ Washington Post

Two days after introducing the topic with a Thursday tweet saying the e-commerce giant was using the U.S. Postal Service as a delivery boy, President Trump renewed his attack on… Read more »

Barron's: Steel, cocoa among first-quarter gainers, but coal, sugar take biggest hits

Barron's: Steel, cocoa among first-quarter gainers, but coal, sugar take biggest hits

By Markets/commodities reporter Gainers had a slight edge over decliners in the commodities market during the first quarter of 2018, buoyed by growth in global economies and weakness in the… Read more »

Market Snapshot: Data, earnings set to wrest stock market’s attention from Facebook and trade

Market Snapshot: Data, earnings set to wrest stock market’s attention from Facebook and trade

After a volatile four-week stretch where trading on Wall Street was heavily driven by the prospect of new trade policies and a user-data scandal at Facebook Inc. FB, +4.42% which… Read more »

Market Extra: Will Treasurys’ wobbly first quarter set the stage for the market to get flattened?

Market Extra: Will Treasurys’ wobbly first quarter set the stage for the market to get flattened?

Bond buyers have seen a turbulent quarter, with its recent vacillations leaving market participants unsure about the outlook for U.S. government paper. A month ago, the bond market was on… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Tesla says autopilot was on when fatal California crash occurred

The Wall Street Journal: Tesla says autopilot was on when fatal California crash occurred

Tesla Inc. late Friday acknowledged its semiautonomous Autopilot system was engaged by the driver in the seconds before a fatal crash last week, raising more questions about the safety of… Read more »

Project Syndicate: Should Facebook, Uber and other tech companies be more tightly regulated?

Project Syndicate: Should Facebook, Uber and other tech companies be more tightly regulated?

WASHINGTON (Project Syndicate) — In the wake of recent high-profile tech scares, such as a fatality involving an Uber self-driving car and Facebook’s alleged mishandling of users’ personal data, stricter… Read more »

Market Extra: Here’s why a new Deutsche Bank CEO wouldn’t be a buy signal for the stock

Market Extra: Here’s why a new Deutsche Bank CEO wouldn’t be a buy signal for the stock

Could a new boss for Deutsche Bank help revive its beaten-up stock? News that Deutsche Bank Chairman Paul Achleitner has been hunting for another chief executive grabbed the financial industry’s… Read more »

Why ‘The China Hustle’ is a finance documentary all U.S. investors need to see

Why ‘The China Hustle’ is a finance documentary all U.S. investors need to see

In the new documentary, “The China Hustle,” there’s a moment when Dan David, a whistleblower and activist short-seller, returns home to his extended family and explains his work. He is… Read more »

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