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Millenials make up 25 percent of Norwegian Cruise Line‘s bookings and the company is putting more accommodations on board its ships to attract the fastest-growing customer base, CEO Frank Del Rio told CNBC Tuesday. “We are now building ships with the understanding that Instagram is something to deal with,” he said in an interview with
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Although the costs vary widely across the country, takeout and food delivery alone amounted to more than $2,000 a year, on average, the personal finance site said, while buying coffee on the go added up to more than $700 annually. New clothing and accessories accounted for roughly $750. Ride shares, such as Uber and Lyft,
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The “Fast Money” traders shared their first moves for the market open. Tim Seymour was a buyer of Alphabet. Brian Kelly was a buyer of the VanEck Oil Services ETF. Steve Grasso was a buyer at Square. Guy Adami was a buyer of Anadarko Petroleum. Trader disclosure: On , the following stocks and commodities mentioned
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Market focus is largely attuned to central bank expectations, with the Fed due to kick-off its two-day policy meeting later in the session. With global economic growth appearing to slow, most market participants anticipate the U.S. central bank to strike a dovish tone on Tuesday. The Federal Reserve is also expected to lower its interest
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FRANK RUMPENHORST | DPA | Getty Images Picture taken on March 17, 2019 shows the headquarters of German banks Deutsche Bank (L) and Commerzbank in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany. Back in 2007, Deutsche Bank had its own balance sheet of 2 trillion euros ($2.25 trillion) and a market capitalization of nearly 50 billion euros,
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Shares of Tilray were up more than 2 percent in extended trading Monday following the release of the Canadian cannabis company’s fourth-quarter earnings. Tilray reported a loss of 33 cents on revenue of $15.5 million. Wall Street estimated revenue of $14.1 million. Brendan Kennedy, President and
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Shares of British Columbia-based Tilray jumped after the bell Monday after it reported that its cannabis sales more than doubled over the last year. The company said fourth-quarter revenues of $15.5 million buoyed 2018 sales to $43.1 million, up 110 percent compared to last year. The surge was driven by bulk sales, the first months
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