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Archive for January, 2018

PayPal beats on earnings and revenue, but falls after hours on profit taking

PayPal Holdings (PYPL) reported fourth quarter earnings of 55 cents a share, 3 cents a share above Wall Street estimates, and revenue of $3.71 billion (on a foreign-exchange neutral basis) vs projections for $3.63 billion. Revenue climbed 24% year over year for the quarter. After climbing during the regular session, shares of PayPal fell 4.14% […]

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Fed signals “maybe”on four interest rate hikes in 2018 but stocks stabilize anyway after yesterday’s drop

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Corning drops on accounting loss from tax cut bill

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Autoliv earnings beat and spinoff plans buck today’s market plunge

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Volatility Portfolio up 53% in 2017

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Two big deals for Tencent Holdings support valuation

First, on January 15, China's Tencent Holdings (TCEHY) announced that it would partner with privately-owned Lego to develop a Lego streaming video zone for children on Tencent's video platform and create Lego-branded games for Tencent's gaming network. (Tencent is the world's biggest gaming company. The stock, Asia's most valuable by market capitalization, is a member […]

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The march to a yield of 2.7% on the 10-year Treasury has set off nervous market chatter–and a retreat in stock prices today

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Notes You Need for January 29: AAPL, MCD, savings rate, SQM, TSLA, PYPL, EU trade war,

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Bonds sell off today on fear of end of the week jobs number?

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Starbucks disappoints in quarter but recovery in 2018 is on track

Blame it on Christmas Tree Frappuccino. On Thursday, January 25, after the market close Starbucks (SBUX) reported December (fiscal 2018 first quarter) earnings of 58 cents a share (excluding one-time tax benefits.) The results were ugly on the revenue side where  the company missed analyst estimates and reported that same store sales grew by just […]

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