• Morning News: May 7, 2018

    3 monthes ago - By Crossing Wall Street

    China's ZTE Applies to Suspend Ban on Buying US Technology
    What Europe's Tough New Data Law Means for You, and the Internet
    U.S. Oil Cracks $70, Dollar Heads Towards 2018 High
    Nestle Pays $7.2 Billion to Sell Starbucks Coffee
    Air France-KLM Shares Plunge After CEO Quits Amid Ongoing Labor Battle
    Obama's Calorie Rule Kicks in Thanks to Trump
    YouTube Nerd Taunts Wall Street After Wild Tesla Call
    The World's Fifth Largest Economy Is About to Require Solar Panels for All New Homes
    New MIT A.I. Could Send Self-Driving Cars Down Roads Less Traveled
    Berkshire's Annual Meeting: Buffett Approves of...
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  • A Look At The Largest U.S. Investment Banks' Q1 Securities Trading Revenues

    3 monthes ago - By Forbes

    The five largest U.S. investment banks churned out their best securities trading performance in five years to report combined revenues just shy of $24 billion for the first quarter of 2018.
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  • Even a limited trade war with China could tax the U.S. economy

    3 monthes ago - By Washington Post

    A new report from S&P Global Ratings concludes that a trade spat could disrupt the economies at home and abroad. “The potential hit to business confidence, increased financial-market volatility and collateral damage to global supply chains could prove more damaging,” says economist Beth Ann Bovino. The report also highlights the urgency to reach a deal.
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