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5:41 a.m. Today - By Quentin Fottrell
My father’s estate is worth $2 million, but he says our stepmother will take care of us financially after he’s gone ‘He is under the assumption that everything will work out once he dies — and he trusts his wife, our stepmom, to leave us the inheritance’‘He is under the assumption that everything will work out once he dies — and he trusts his wife, our stepmom, to leave us the inheritance.’
5:35 a.m. Today - By Shawn Langlois
Why the stock market has a ‘great distance to rise’ in the coming years Critical information for the U.S. trading dayThere’s a lot to be glum about in the stock market — and the world, really — at the moment, but in our call of the day Michael Kramer, founder of Mott Capital Management, is confident there’s some serious upside potential in the coming years.
5:33 a.m. Today - By Chris Matthews
Stocks rise at market open on renewed trade optimismU.S. stocks rose at the start of trade Monday after China's top trade negotiator, Vice Premier Liu He said over the weekend that the U.S. and China had made "substantial progress" toward a so-called "phase-one" trade deal that investors hope will remove the threat of higher U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports set to go into effect in December. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 27 points, or 0.1% to roughly 26,799, the S&P 500 index advanced about 14 points, or 0.5% to 3,000 and the Nasdaq Composite index rose 51 points, or 0.6% about 8,140. Investors were also eyeing developments in the ongoing Brexit saga, after U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was forced to ask the European Union for a three-month extension to the Oct. 31 deadline for leaving the trade bloc. Third-quarter earnings season continues, with 130 S&P 500 companies set to report this week. About two dozen companies in the index have reported quarterly results so far, with an above-average 83.6% surpassing analysts earnings-per-share forecasts.
5:28 a.m. Today - By Mark DeCambre
Oil prices set for second skid in a row as investors fret about crude demand Oil futures head lower early Monday as investors fail to shake worries that growing signs of weakness will eventually hurt demand for crude oil.
5:23 a.m. Today - By Tomi Kilgore
Boeing's stock sinks after UBS backs away from bullish stance, slashes price targetShares of Boeing Co. sank 3.1% in premarket trading Monday, after UBS backed away from its 14-month-long bullish stance on the aerospace giant, citing recent reports over the company's role in disclosing safety concerns regarding the 737 Max planes. Analyst Myles Walton cut his rating to neutral, after being at buy since August 2018, and slashed his price target to $375 from $470. "Our working thesis has been that the failures on the 737MAX development by the company centered on fault intolerant design compounded by poor assumptions of pilot response," Walton wrote in a note to clients. "We now have to append that assessment further based on source material provided to Congress and the FAA on Friday that reinforces the perception of and heightens the potential of incomplete disclosure, which inherently puts more money/trust & time at stake." Boeing's stock had tumbled 6.8% on Friday after reported about the safety of the 737 Max, which has been grounded since March following two deadly crashes. over the weekend that employees felt pressure regarding safety approvals. The stock has shed 8.8% over the past three months through Friday, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average has slipped 1.4%.
5:15 a.m. Today - Barrons.com
The Dow Edges Up With Brexit and Trade on Simmer, While Boeing Sentiment Sours Brexit uncertainty continues, and it is a fairly light morning for earnings reports, investors continue to hope that a U.S.-China trade deal could be inching closer.
5:13 a.m. Today - Barrons.com
Halliburton Stock Slips After Revenue Miss Halliburton reported third-quarter earnings on Monday morning that met analyst expectations. Revenue, however, came in weak and the stock was down more than 1%.
5:05 a.m. Today - Barrons.com
United Technologies’ Earnings Are Tomorrow. Here’s What to Expect. There is a lot going on at United Technologies these days, making its earnings a bellwether for the entire industrial sector.
4:54 a.m. Today - By Mark DeCambre
Stock futures drift higher as China trade, corporate earnings buoy sentiment Shares of Halliburton slip 0.4% in premarket action Monday U.S. stock futures edge slightly higher Monday morning to start the last full week of trade in October as optimism over tariff talks and between Washington and Beijing persists.
4:44 a.m. Today - By Emily Bary
IBM stock drops after UBS downgradeUBS analyst Munjal Shah cut his rating on International Business Machines Corp. shares to neutral from buy on Monday, writing that he believes it will be hard for the company to sustainably reach mid-single-digit revenue growth. For next year, he argues that challenges for IBM's legacy businesses will "somewhat offset" the growth that stems from the beginning of the mainframe cycle as well as IBM's recently completed Red Hat deal. "The following year (2021) should be even more challenging with greater revenue pressure due to tough Year 2 mainframe compare and lower incremental Red Hat contribution," Shah wrote. He lowered his target price to $140 from $170 on the stock, which is off 0.7% in premarket trading Monday. The stock has shed 10% over the past three months, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average has fallen 1.4%.
4:36 a.m. Today - By Emily Bary
UPDATE: Apple target price boosted to Street-high target at Raymond JamesRaymond James analyst Chris Caso became more bullish on Apple Inc. shares on Monday, boosting his target price to $280 from $250 while maintaining an outperform rating. Caso sees "more stable near-term conditions" for Apple, including encouraging iPhone 11 channel checks. His new target is the highest listed on FactSet. Amid reports that the company plans to launch a new low-end SE model early next year, Caso argues that Apple will be able to "create a bridge to the 5G cycle," which will "continue to squeeze shares higher," in his view. "We increasingly view the 5G opportunity as a two-year cycle, with 5G representing an estimated 40% of mix in the fall 2020 cycle, growing to the vast majority in the 2021 cycle," Caso wrote of his longer-term expectations. Apple shares are up 0.6% in premarket trading Monday. The stock has risen 17% over the past three months, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average has dropped 1.4%.
4:28 a.m. Today - By Tomi Kilgore
Boeing's stock extends selloff, could cut 58 points off the Dow's priceShares of Boeing Co. dropped 2.5% in premarket trading Monday, putting them on track to be the biggest drag on the Dow Jones Industrial Average for a second straight session, after regarding safety-related approvals of the 737 Max planes. The implied price decline would shave about 58 points off the Dow's price, while Dow futures rose 41 points. The , the biggest one-day selloff since February 2016, after that the company may have misled federal authorities about the safety of the 737 Max, which has been grounded since March after two deadly crashes. Boeing is scheduled to report third-quarter results early Wednesday.
4:28 a.m. Today - Barrons.com
European Stocks Are Higher As Everyone Watches The Next Brexit Move European stocks were in the black on Monday, but just barely as investors weigh up a busy weekend of Brexit developments. Hopes that a deal is going to happen is pushing up the banks.
4:22 a.m. Today - By Tonya Garcia
Walmart brand breakfast meat recalled due to potential salmonella contaminationGeorge's Prepared Foods, a Tennessee meat business, is recalling 6,444 pounds of ready-to-eat pork and turkey sausage patty products sold under the Walmart Inc. Great Value brand, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The recall is due to a potential salmonella contamination. The products were produced on April 19, April 27, May 7 and May 9 of this year. There have been no confirmed reports of illness from eating these products. Consumers who purchased the products are urged to throw them away or return them. Walmart stock has gained nearly 28% for the year to date while the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 14.8% for the period.
4:21 a.m. Today - By Ciara Linnane
Opko and Pfizer announce positive results in late-stage trial of human growth hormone treatment Opko Health Inc. shares soared 21% in premarket trade Monday, while Pfizer Inc. shares rose 0.6%, after the companies announced positive results in a late-stage trial of a human growth hormone treatment for children with growth hormone deficiency, or GHD. The companies said the phase 3 trial evaluating somatrogon dosed once a week in pre-pubertal children with GHD met its primary endpoint of non-inferiority to daily GENOTROPIN(R) (somatropin) for injection, as measured by annual height velocity at 12 months. The trial involved 224 children around the world. GHD is a rare disease in which the pituitary gland does not secrete adequate amounts of growth hormone, affecting height and delaying puberty. The condition affects about 4,000 to 10,000 people. Opko and Pfizer are collaborating in developing the treatment, with Opko conducting the clinical program and Pfizer responsible for selling the product. Opko shares have fallen 30% in 2019 through Friday, while the S&P 500 has gained 19%.
4:02 a.m. Today - Barrons.com
Boeing Responds To The 737 MAX Email Controversy Boeing released a statement Sunday amid a firestorm of controversy surrounding its troubled 737 MAX jet. In it, the aerospace giant says it provided the U.S. government with controversial email and instant message exchanges between Boeing employees—including the 737 MAX chief technical pilot—earlier in 2019.
3:50 a.m. Today - By Barbara Kollmeyer
Bank drive European markets higher as investors monitor Brexit developments SAP and Wirecard also climbingEuropean stocks traded modestly higher on Monday, with banks in the lead as investors braced for another week of Brexit headlines, while SAP AG gained on results.
3:31 a.m. Today - By Tomi Kilgore
Kennametal warns of revenue 'well below' expectations, slashed outlookShares of Kennametal Inc. plunged 15% in premarket trading Monday, after the industrial technology company warned Monday that fiscal first-quarter revenue would fall well more than expected and slashed its full-year outlook, citing further slowing in the general engineering, energy and transportation markets. The company expects to report revenue of $518 million down 12% from $587 million a year ago, and below the FactSet consensus of $547 million. For fiscal 2020, the company cut its adjusted earnings-per-share guidance range to $1.70 to $2.10 from $2.80 to $3.20, compared with the the FactSet consensus of $2.81, and revised its organic sales growth outlook to negative 9% to negative 5% from negative 2% to positive 2%. "Our first quarter results are well below our expectations as market conditions deteriorated more significantly than we anticipated across all regions, and primarily in the general engineering, energy and transportation end markets," said chief Executive Christopher Rossi. The company is projected to report results at or around the end of the month. The stock has dropped 10.2% over the past three months, while Dow Jones Industrial Average has slipped 1.4%.
3:12 a.m. Today - By Tomi Kilgore
Johnson & Johnson stock pummeled after asbestos-related baby powder recall Shares suffer biggest loss in 10 months, lead large-cap health care sector’s losers, as recall questions J&J’s claims that powder is safeShares of Johnson & Johnson suffered another blow Friday related to product safety, as the consumer products giant’s recall of some baby powder, after tests reveal traces of asbestos.
3:08 a.m. Today - By Ciara Linnane
One year on, Canada’s legal cannabis market is down but not out The rollout of legal weed has been rocky but analysts say the legalization train will keep trundling along Canadian cannabis companies should be celebrating the first anniversary of legalized weed on Thursday, but the party atmosphere has been tainted by a sharp three-month selloff that has seen many companies surrender half their value or more.
2:59 a.m. Today - By Emily Bary
Tesla speeds toward unpleasant earnings turn, Boeing faces tough questions Earnings Watch: Nearly a quarter of the S&P 500 scheduled to report results in the week aheadPrepare for an earnings onslaught in the week ahead, headlined by Tesla Inc., Boeing Co. and a flurry of big tech names.
2:56 a.m. Today - By Ciara Linnane
Caterpillar earnings: Expect weakness on China tensions and global economic slowdown Stock hit by a Morgan Stanley downgrade on Friday as core business faces growing headwindsCaterpillar Inc. is scheduled to report third-quarter earnings on Wednesday, and expectations are subdued as trade tensions with China persist and global economies show signs of slowing.
2:54 a.m. Today - By Claudia Assis
Tesla is about to show investors if it’s back on the road to profitability Q3 results are ‘fork-in-the-road moment’ for electric-car makerTesla Inc.’s third-quarter results are a ‘fork-in-the-road moment’ for the company, which still promises profits and sales of nearly half a million vehicles by year-end.
12:56 a.m. Today - By Jacob Passy
Here is the world’s shortest (1.5 minutes) and longest (19.5 hours) commercial flight One airline is currently testing what will become the world’s longest commercial flightOne airline is currently testing what will become the world’s longest commercial flight.
10:43 p.m. Oct. 20, 2019 - By Anthony O. Goriainoff
Just Eat revenue rises, backs 2019 guidanceThe London-listed Dutch food-delivery company said that for the three months ended Sept. 30 revenue was 247.5 million pounds.
10:38 p.m. Oct. 20, 2019 - By William Watts
Why the stock market won’t stay down when everyone is ‘nervous’ and ‘defensive’ Subdued volatility belies October’s reputationOctober is proving to be as gentle as a kitten to stock-market investors so far, belying its history as the most volatile month of the year.
10:12 p.m. Oct. 20, 2019 - By Pietro Lombardi
Wirecard commissions independent auditThe German company said Monday that the audit will be carried out by KPMG and will start immediately in order to “clarify fully and independently all accusations” raised by the FT.
10:09 p.m. Oct. 20, 2019 - By Max Bernhard
SAP reports 28% profit jump, backs guidanceSAP had already reported some preliminary figures for the quarter earlier in the month, when it said that Bill McDermott, then chief executive, would step down. Executive board members Jennifer Morgan and Christian Klein were named co-CEOs at the time.
10:03 p.m. Oct. 20, 2019 - By Oliver Griffin
U.K. property prices see slowest ‘autumn bounce’ since Oct. 2008Rightmove said the sluggish monthly rise was the lowest “autumn bounce” — referring to a typical increase in house prices in the fall — in prices since October 2008. The company said that, typically, house prices in October rise by around 1.6%.
8:41 p.m. Oct. 20, 2019 - By Shawn Langlois
It’s getting harder and harder to crack into the 1%, according to latest IRS data The threshold to break out of the 99% has risen by an inflation-adjusted 33% since 2011 According to the latest IRS data cited by Bloomberg, it took earnings of $515,371 in 2017 to crack into the top 1%, a rise of 7.2% from the year prior, even after adjusting for inflation. Since 2011, when the Occupy Wall Street protests were raging, the threshold to break out of the 99% has risen an inflation-adjusted 33%.
8:01 p.m. Oct. 20, 2019 - By Quentin Fottrell
My dad is moving into a condo with his ‘lady friend’ — will he have to deplete his savings to pay for her health care? ‘He wants her to live out her life in the condo should he pass away before her’‘He wants her to live out her life in the condo should he pass away before her.’
8:00 p.m. Oct. 20, 2019 - By Associated Press
Asian markets mixed amid uncertainties on Brexit, U.S.-China trade Nikkei, Hang Seng edge up in lackluster tradeAsian shares were mixed Monday amid uncertainties about Britain’s exit from the European Union and the ongoing trade conflict between the U.S. and China.
6:52 p.m. Oct. 20, 2019 - By Quentin Fottrell
Why Jennifer Aniston declined my ‘Friends’ request The actress who played Rachel Green still doesn’t do Facebook, but she just racked up nearly 15 million followers on Instagram in five daysThe actress who played Rachel Green still doesn’t do Facebook, but she just racked up nearly 15 million followers on Instagram in five days
1:41 p.m. Oct. 20, 2019 - Barrons.com
Ray Dalio Doesn’t See a Market Crash, Just a ‘Great Sag’ Ray Dalio, of Bridgewater Associates, sees similarities to the 1930s on several fronts, but says he expects a “great sag” rather than a market crash ahead.
8:39 a.m. Oct. 20, 2019 - By Andrew Keshner
The downside to Charles Schwab and TD Ameritrade eliminating trading fees (yes, really) Financial advisers discuss the real cost of free stock tradesFinancial advisers discuss the real cost of free stock trades.
8:48 p.m. Oct. 19, 2019 - By MarketWatch
It’s time to ditch your ‘60/40’ portfolio — plus other top investing storiesMoney and investing stories resonating with MarketWatch readers this past week.
2:45 p.m. Oct. 19, 2019 - By Brett Arends
Baby boomers commit the ‘7 deadly sins’ of retirement planning New survey shows why millions are unpreparedNew survey shows why millions are unprepared.
2:37 p.m. Oct. 19, 2019 - By MarketWatch
UK PM sends unsigned letter to Brussels seeking further Brexit delayU.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has sent a request to the EU for a delay to Brexit - but without his signature. The request was accompanied by a second letter, signed by Mr Johnson, which says he believes that a delay would be a mistake. The PM was required by law to ask the EU for an extension to the 31 October deadline after losing a Commons vote earlier Saturday. EU Council President Donald Tusk tweeted that he had received the extension request.He did not provide details of its content, but added that he will now consult EU leaders "on how to react". Hours after losing a cvote in a historic Saturday session in the House of Commons, the prime minister ordered a senior diplomat to send an unsigned photocopy of the call by MPs set out in the so-called Benn Act, passed last month. A senior Downing Street source said that the hard copy and email copy of the letter would be conveyed by Sir Tim Barrow, the UK's representative in Brussels.
11:16 a.m. Oct. 19, 2019 - By Callum Keown
Why the bull market won’t end with a typical crash, says hedge fund billionaire Ray DalioThe U.S. and China may be nearing a tentative, partial trade agreement but the IMF’s new leader has warned even a comprehensive deal won’t be enough to boost global growth.
10:01 a.m. Oct. 19, 2019 - By Chris Matthews
Bank of America declares ‘the end of the 60-40’ standard portfolio There are now 1,100 global stocks that are providing dividends above the average yield of global government bondsBank of America strategists say there are reasons to increasingly doubt the safety of bonds.
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