• Financial Sector Update, November 9, 2018

    5 monthes ago - By ETF Daily News

    From Nasdaq : November 9, 2018 Financial Sector Update
    Top Financial Stocks:
    JPM: -0.35%
    BAC: -0.48%
    WFC: Flat
    C: -0.43%
    USB: Flat
    Financial stocks were mostly lower pre-market Friday.
    Stocks moving on news include:
    (-) Moneygram International , which was declining by more than 3% after it reported Q3 adjusted earnings of $0.24 per share, unchanged from the prior-year period and higher than the $0.16 per share Street estimate.
    In other sector news:
    First Midwest Bancorp was unchanged after it entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Northern Oak Wealth Management, a Milwaukee-based...
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  • November 9, 2018 Technology Sector Update

    5 monthes ago - By ETF Daily News

    From Nasdaq : Top Technology Stocks on November 9, 2018
    MSFT: -0.67%
    AAPL: -1.31%
    IBM: -0.31%
    CSCO: -0.81%
    GOOG: -0.87%
    Technology stocks were trading down pre-market Friday.
    Early movers include:
    (-) Yelp , which was more than 31% lower after it reported a sharp increase in Q3 earnings, but said that business slowed in the quarter and forecast revenue for the year below Wall Street expectations.
    (-) Activision Blizzard was declining by more than 13%. Thursday it reported net income declined versus year ago and expectations in Q3, as revenue came in at $1.51 billion, compared with $1.61...
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  • CWS Market Review - November 9, 2018

    CWS Market Review - November 9, 2018

    5 monthes ago - By Crossing Wall Street

    “The path is smooth that leadeth on to danger.” - William Shakespeare, Venus and Adonis
    On Tuesday, Americans went to the polls and they voted for gridlock. Or more accurately, the Democrats won control of the House of Representatives while the Republicans increased their Senate majority.
    What does this mean for us as investors? Eh...not much, really. Sure, I know how partisans like to jump and holler, but the long-term impact on the markets is pretty small. Historically, bull markets have done just fine while there's been gridlock in Washington. If anything, Wall Street seems pleased that...
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