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As Trump’s trade war escalates to ‘new heights,’ Wall Street warns investors are in for more whiplash
"More losses are likely in the coming week as investors and central banks grow more concerned about recessions," one strategist said of the US dollar.
Salesforce delivered a strong quarterly report and a rosy forecast.
The German automotive conglomerate has the cash to invest in Tesla if it wanted, Manager Magazine reported.
Trump claims the US economy is ‘incredible’ and far from recession — but 4 of his favorite indicators paint a different picture
The Trump administration showed off a collection of indicators during a September 2018 briefing. Nearly all the charts have shown downtrends since.
Goldman Sachs plans to recruit more than 100 coders to its trading division as part of the bank’s largest hiring spree in years
Equities trading within big banks has struggled in recent years as new technology has changed how buyers and sellers come together.
Nvidia jumps after announcing a partnership with Microsoft to give Minecraft a massive graphics overhaul
Ray tracing technology is designed to bring more realistic lighting to video games, improving reflections, shadows, and light sources.
GE has denied recent fraud claims made by a famed Madoff whistleblower. Here’s what it said to comfort investors.
GE's vice president of investor relations said the company's executives "operate with absolute integrity and stand behind our financial reporting."
The New York Stock Exchange’s parent company will offer futures paid out in bitcoin starting in September
Intercontinental Exchange will begin offering one-day and one-month futures contracts paid out in bitcoin on September 23.
Trump has publicly maintained a rosy view of the economy despite ongoing trade tensions, which contributed to stock-market turbulence this week.
Goldman Sachs contrasts the Madoff whistleblower’s allegations of fraud at GE, saying its insurance reserves ‘compare favorably to peers...
While Harry Markopolos alleged GE lied about its insurance reserves, Goldman analysts found that its figures best Prudential's comparable metrics.