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Day: April 27, 2018

Chinese telecom giants Huawei and ZTE face market pressures amid US scrutiny

U.S. pressure on Chinese telecom equipment giants Huawei and ZTE is causing immediate challenges for the companies in financial markets. This week, Huawei abruptly called off a planned sale of 500 million euros ($606 million) in five-year debt despite high demand, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing market participants. The news came a day …

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ValueAct reveals bet on Strayer Education due to its A.I. investments

ValueAct CEO Jeffrey Ubben expects Strayer Education to thrive because of its technology capabilities. Strayer “delivers good student outcomes … Strayer has been taking their tuition down to make it more affordable. That’s the big problem in education, affordability,” he said on CNBC’s “Closing Bell” Friday in an interview with Kelly Evans. “And they’ve been …

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Ex-Bank of America executive seeks $100 million in damages in defamation claim

A former senior executive at Bank of America, who was fired amid allegations of sexual misconduct, filed a defamation claim against the company and is seeking damages of more than $100 million. Omeed Malik — who was a managing director in Bank of America’s prime brokerage business until January — filed an arbitration claim this …

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February’s sell-off saw investors yank the most money from US stocks in a decade

Investors pulled the most money out of U.S. stocks in February since the early days of the financial crisis. Outflows from U.S. equity mutual funds and exchange-traded funds totaled $41.3 billion in February, according to the Investment Company Institute. That’s the most by a dollar amount since a $42.8 billion outflow in January 2008. The …

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A strong economy and big boost in profits still can’t make investors happy

First-quarter indicators showed that while the economy has yet to roar due to all the recent fiscal stimulus, it’s at least starting to purr. Friday’s GDP report, for one, painted a somewhat positive picture. The 2.3 percent growth rate may not have looked like anything spectacular, but it was the first time the first quarter …

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ICOs are so 2017, now there’s a new term to fundraise with cryptocurrencies: the ‘STO’

By now, even non-bitcoin enthusiasts may have heard of a fundraising process called initial coin offerings. The Securities and Exchange Commission has cracked down with accusations of fraud and scores of subpoenas this year. But the CEO of Overstock, a recipient of one of those subpoenas, says there’s a safer way to raise money through …

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Charter plummets nearly 12% on big subscriber losses, drags cable stocks down

Shares of Charter Communications tumbled 11.7 percent on Friday after the company reported a bigger-than-expected loss of video subscribers for the previous quarter. The company reported a loss of 122,000 video subscribers for the first quarter. Analysts polled by StreetAccount expected a loss of 43,000. Charter also added 331,000 internet subscribers, less than a forecast …

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Protests grip South Africa as introduction of minimum income dubbed ‘poverty wage’ is delayed

Disagreement over a proposed minimum wage in South Africa has led to mass protests and reassurances from the presidency this week. President Cyril Ramaphosa met with officials from the labor ministry on Thurday, following protests the previous day that mobilized workers across the country including in the cities of Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg. Ramaphosa …

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Reversal Patterns: Don’t Miss a Key Reversal Day, or Week, on the Charts

Talking points: – GBPUSD has tumbled this week, with fundamental analysts pointing to Friday’s poor UK first-quarter economic growth data as an important contributor. – However, technical analysts should have seen it coming after a key reversal week on the chart: one of the most impoortant reversal patterns. – That shows how useful it is …

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