Month: October 2017

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Electronic Arts shares fell about 3 percent in extended trading after the company reported disappointing guidance. Newfield Exploration‘s stock jumped about 2 percent in the extended session after the company posted better-than-expected third quarter earnings. Shares of Envision Healthcare plummeted more than 27 percent in extended
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Electronic Arts reported quarterly revenue that met analysts’ expectations on Tuesday. Here’s how the company did compared with what Wall Street expected: Revenue: $1.18 billion vs. $1.18 billion expected according to Thomson Reuters consensus estimates. For the full year, EA said it expects net bookings of $5.15 billion, as compared with Wall Street estimates of
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If you asked most businesses that sponsor a 401(k) plan whether they are obeying their fiduciary duties, they would likely respond in the affirmative. They have a brokerage firm, bank or insurance company that provides a list of options to invest in that includes bonds, hybrid options, stock-based investments, as well as a stable value
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The scariest thing about Halloween may be the unintentional expenses. Between costumes, decorations and, of course, candy, the average American will be shelling out $169.81, according to a recent poll by LendEDU. Costume purchases made up almost half of that, with partygoers spending just over $70 on their disguises, LendEDU said. More than $60 will
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Mastercard on Tuesday reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts’ expectations. Here’s how the company did compared with what Wall Street expected: EPS: $1.34 vs. $1.23 expected by analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters. Revenue: $3.4 billion vs. $3.28 billion expected in the Thomson Reuters survey. Share prices rose 1.8 percent in the premarket after
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There are an estimated 11.2 million widowed individuals across the nation, according to the U.S. census, most of them women. Those who are affluent often initially face one of two financial challenges: having too little cash or too much. The most common issue in having too little cash is lack of immediate access. Perhaps most
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As sports retailers like Under Armour fall under pressure from the brick-and-mortar slowdown, Columbia Sportswear’s President and CEO Tim Boyle told CNBC that his company’s key to success has come from standing out. “Nobody needs another brand of footwear or apparel. Regardless of how impactful our products are, it’s about being different and it’s about
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Mondelez International‘s stock climbed nearly 5 percent in the extended session after the company posted higher-than-expected third quarter earnings. Shares of Voyager Therapeutics dropped 12 percent after hours. Sanofi said it would end a collaboration with Voyager to develop a Parkinson’s disease treatment. Shares of Allison
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Add online brokerage accounts to the list of things that can be hacked for gain. A Pennsylvania resident describing himself as a day trader piggybacked off trades made in hacked brokerage accounts to generate $700,000 of illicit profit, federal prosecutors in Brooklyn and the Securities and Exchange Commission said Monday. Joseph Willner faces charges of
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Commercial airliners have advanced autopilot systems that fly the plane for most of its time off the ground. But most planes still need a pilot for takeoffs, landings, flying through extreme turbulence and for directing and monitoring the autopilot system throughout the flight. Similarly, shareholder yield-oriented portfolios can be managed with very low turnover because
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An online investment platform that allows Chinese investors to access a number of “alternative” U.S. investments officially launched Monday. Financial technology firm MarketX lets upper-middle class and institution Chinese investors to invest in tech firms that have not yet issued shares to the general public. These include such notable names as ride-hailing giant Lyft, music
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