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SEC Chairman Jay Clayton.

The SEC is looking into changing the way American companies report earnings — months after Trump tweeted about it

The Securities and Exchange Commission wants to know how to make required financial disclosures easier for publicly listed companies.

Oracle’s revenue didn’t drop like Wall Street thought it would, and the stock jumps a little

Oracle's revenue stayed flat in Q2 FY19 — but this actually beat Wall Street expectations, as analysts were expecting a drop in revenue this quarter.

Nvidia’s ‘near-term setup is under pressure’ as SoftBank is reportedly looking to unload its stake

Nvidia's near-term trading dynamics are under pressure as Softbank is reportedly exploring a sale of its Nvidia stake for early next year, RBC says.
A Dave & Buster's restaurant.

Dave & Buster’s plunges after same-store sales miss

Dave & Buster's reported third-quarter results that beat on both the top and bottom lines, but same-store sales fell short of estimates.

Ulta Beauty sinks after posting a disappointing guidance

The cosmetics retailer Ulta Beauty plunged as much as 5.55% to $276.5 a share after the company reported a worse-than-expected guidance.

Restoration Hardware is going nuts after crushing earnings

Restoration Hardware surged as much as 16.78% to $144.40 a share Tuesday after it reported better-than-expected earnings for the third quarter.
A construction worker works on a new house being built in a suburb located north of Toronto.

The CEO of one of America’s biggest homebuilders sounds the alarm on a ‘housing slowdown’

Toll Brothers, one of America's biggest homebuilders, warned Tuesday that the housing market is feeling pain due to rising interest rates.

Abercrombie & Fitch is going nuts after crushing earnings

Abercrombie & Fitch beat on the top and bottom lines, and delivered strong same-store sales for the third quarter.

Tiffany’s comp sales fall short as spending by Chinese tourists slows

Tiffany reported third-quarter comparable sales that fell short of Wall Street estimates as spending by Chinese tourists slowed in some areas.