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There’s a strange divergence in the market that according to TradingAnalysis.com founder Todd Gordon could rock global currency markets. The U.S. 10-year Treasury yield hit 3 percent on Tuesday, which it hasn’t done since January 2014. According to the trader, this suggests a changing economic outlook that can be felt globally. “Ten-year yields are pushing
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Founder Mark Zuckerberg‘s apology before Congress came off as insincere, Gundlach added, and the company’s fortunes are changing. Supporters, he said, argue that “regulation outprices competition,” but Gundlach said “equity bubbles pop by regulation.” The pair trade of energy exploration and technology seems incongruous, but such efforts have paid off before. Looking at the diversion
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Needham downgraded Lululemon stock on Monday to hold from buy, saying the athletic apparel maker faces tough year-over-year sales growth comparisons. “We think [long-term] drivers remain intact (international, e-commerce, and men’s) and 1Q18 should be good on a strong start to the year and easy comparisons,” analyst Rick Patel said in a note to clients.
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Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: General Electric – GE beat estimates with adjusted quarterly profit of 16 cents per share, 5 cents a share above estimates, with revenue also beating forecasts. CEO John Flannery said GE is seeing signs of progress in its performance, with aviation, health care, and transportation all
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TSMC is the world’s largest semiconductor foundry company, manufacturing chips for leading technology firms including Apple and Nvidia. Morgan Stanley said Apple’s iPhone was a big reason for TSMC’s poor guidance. “Smartphone semi weakness [is] the main reason for the revenue shortfall,” analyst Charlie Chan wrote in a note to clients Thursday. “Beside the order
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