The Federal Reserve isn’t paying enough attention to the jobs being wiped out by technological innovation, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday. “Right at the moment when Silicon Valley is laying waste to white-collar jobs and many factory positions — that’s why companies love the cloud, it lets them fire people — the Fed is obsessed
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A quarter of Venmo users are currently using PayPal’s millennial-friendly payments app in a way that the financial technology company can monetize, PayPal Chief Financial Officer John Rainey told CNBC on Friday. “If we look at the most recent quarter, roughly one in four Venmo customers are using Venmo in a way today that we’re
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Tesla’s future as a mass-market car company hinges on efficient, automated production of the Model 3. Tesla will lose $6,000 for every $35,000 Model 3 it sells, says UBS analyst Colin Langan. It only breaks even if the car sells for over $41,000. Tesla has yet to produce the $35,000 base model of the Model
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Less than a month after survey software company SurveyMonkey held its public market debut, one of its top rivals, Qualtrics, announced plans to follow suit. Qualtrics filed its IPO prospectus on Friday, and will soon join SurveyMonkey on the Nasdaq Stock Market, trading under the symbol XM, which refers to “experience management.” Qualtrics, whose technology
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PayPal shares soared 9 percent on Friday after the company beat expectations on earnings and revenue and announced positive news about its peer-to-peer app Venmo. The payment company’s stock hit a high above $86. Shares are up more than 26 percent year over year. On Thursday, PayPal reported third-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street’s expectations,
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The “Fast Money” traders shared their first moves for the market open. Dan Nathan was a seller of the Financials ETF Brian Kelly was a buyer of SPDR Gold Shares Karen Finerman was a buyer of Golar LNG Guy Adami was a buyer of Viacom Trader disclosure: On October 18, 2018 the following stocks and
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Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Procter & Gamble – The consumer products giant reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.12 per share, exceeding estimates by 3 cents a share. Revenue also came in above Street forecasts and the company posted organic sales growth of 4 percent for its fiscal first quarter. Honeywell
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Wall Street has a new biggest Apple bull. Longtime technology analyst Daniel Ives, fresh off a move to Wedbush Securities from GBH Insights, initiated coverage of Apple with an outperform rating and a 12-month price target of $310. His forecast — higher than that of any other analyst on the Street — implies more than
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Procter & Gamble shares jumped Friday morning as the company said beauty sales helped propel higher-than-expected revenue growth during the latest quarter. The company also maintained its profit outlook for the full year. Its stock was climbing nearly 5 percent in premarket trading on the news. Here’s what P&G reported compared with what Wall Street
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