By Barbara Kollmeyer, MarketWatch
The Bloomberg report about China wanting to buy less bonds had an immediate impact on Treasurys, as this chart from Zero Hedge shows :
This tweet also tracked the action:
Eastman Kodak /zigman2/quotes/205109646/composite KODK -13.71% is soaring 71% in premarket trade. It s urged 119% Tuesday after the image-tech company said it will launch a cryptocurrency and begin a major blockchain initiative.
The battery-gate issue for Apple /zigman2/quotes/202934861/composite AAPL +3.03% iPhones isn’t going away too soon, it seems. A U.S. senator is demanding the company answer new questions and French officials have opened an official probe.
Toyota /zigman2/quotes/200537742/composite TM -2.24% /zigman2/quotes/203803129/delayed JP:7203 +0.24% and Mazda /zigman2/quotes/204777714/delayed JP:7261 +0.63% plan to build a $1.6 billion assembly plant in Alabama.
Two big Chinese smartphone makers are worried about price hikes if chip makers Broadcom /zigman2/quotes/200646538/composite AVGO -1.32% and Qualcomm /zigman2/quotes/206679220/composite QCOM +1.11% end up tying the knot.
A Federal judge has temporarily blocked the Trump administration from ending the so-called “Dreamers” program.
$1.5 million — that’s the size of the paycheck actor Mark Walhberg’s talent agency reportedly negotiated for the actor to reshoot scenes in “All the Money in the World.” It’s getting some ugly press, given his co-star Michelle Williams got just $80 a day. — less than 1% of Wahlberg’s take-home.
The agency negotiated the deal for Wahlberg — seen as Hollywood’s highest-paid actor — after lead Kevin Spacey was replaced amid misconduct allegations.
Dead and missing, as devastating mudslide hits Montecito, California.
Healthy 21-year-old bodybuilder dies just days after getting the flu
South Korean’s president credits POTUS with bringing the North and South together
A magnitude 7.6 earthquake rattled the Caribbean Sea late Tuesday
Good-looking and loyal. What it takes to make the North Korean cheerleading squad
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