Saudi Aramco’s first-half net income falls 12% to $47 billion

An Aramco oil tank is seen at the Production facility at Saudi Aramco’s Shaybah oilfield in the Empty Quarter, Saudi Arabia. Saudi Aramco, the world’s top oil producer, reported first-half net income of $46.9 billion on Monday, down from $53.02 billion a year earlier. By comparison, Apple Inc, the world’s most profitable listed company, made $31.5 billion in the first six months of its financial year. In its earnings report, Aramco partly attributed the decline in net income to a 4% fall in the


An Aramco oil tank is seen at the Production facility at Saudi Aramco’s Shaybah oilfield in the Empty Quarter, Saudi Arabia. Saudi Aramco, the world’s top oil producer, reported first-half net income of $46.9 billion on Monday, down from $53.02 billion a year earlier. By comparison, Apple Inc, the world’s most profitable listed company, made $31.5 billion in the first six months of its financial year. In its earnings report, Aramco partly attributed the decline in net income to a 4% fall in the
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Saudi Aramco's first-half net income falls 12% to $47 billion

An Aramco oil tank is seen at the Production facility at Saudi Aramco’s Shaybah oilfield in the Empty Quarter, Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Aramco, the world’s top oil producer, reported first-half net income of $46.9 billion on Monday, down from $53.02 billion a year earlier.

By comparison, Apple Inc, the world’s most profitable listed company, made $31.5 billion in the first six months of its financial year.

Aramco said total revenues including other income related to sales were at $163.88 billion in the first half of this year, down from $167.68 billion a year earlier, on lower oil prices and reduced production.

In its earnings report, Aramco partly attributed the decline in net income to a 4% fall in the average realized price of crude oil compared to the same period in 2018, from $69 to $66 per barrel.

Aramco President and CEO Amin Nasser said the company had continued to deliver on its “downstream growth strategy” through acquisitions both domestically and in international markets.

“These acquisitions are expected to enhance dedicated crude placement, increase refining and chemicals capacity, capture value from integration and diversify our operations,” Nasser said.


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Bank of America raises chance of a recession to 1-in-3 in the next 12 months

Traders and financial professionals work ahead of the closing bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Recession risk is rising, according to Bank of America. Based on the most recent data, the bank’s global economist now sees a greater than 30% chance of a recession in the next year. Uncertainty around the U.S.-China trade war and a global economic slowdown have caused interest rates to tumble and weighed on the major stock averages in recent weeks. Last month’s jobs report showed a st


Traders and financial professionals work ahead of the closing bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Recession risk is rising, according to Bank of America. Based on the most recent data, the bank’s global economist now sees a greater than 30% chance of a recession in the next year. Uncertainty around the U.S.-China trade war and a global economic slowdown have caused interest rates to tumble and weighed on the major stock averages in recent weeks. Last month’s jobs report showed a st
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Bank of America raises chance of a recession to 1-in-3 in the next 12 months

Traders and financial professionals work ahead of the closing bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

Recession risk is rising, according to Bank of America.

Based on the most recent data, the bank’s global economist now sees a greater than 30% chance of a recession in the next year.

“Our official model has the probability of a recession over the next 12 months only pegged at about 20%, but our subjective call based on the slew of data and events leads us to believe it is closer to a 1-in-3 chance,” Bank of America’s head of U.S. economics Michelle Meyer said in a note to clients Friday.

Uncertainty around the U.S.-China trade war and a global economic slowdown have caused interest rates to tumble and weighed on the major stock averages in recent weeks. Last month’s jobs report showed a strong consumer, but business investment is low as investors and business owners juggle new tariffs and fiscal policy uncertainty.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-08-12  Authors: maggie fitzgerald
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The stock market is exactly where it was one year ago

Traders and financial professionals on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on December 27, 2018. For all the excitement in the past 12 months, the stock market is exactly where it was one year ago. So without dividends, investors have made nothing in the market and lost money including any fees. With dividends, investors have made a return of about 2%, barely keeping pace with inflation. The last 12 months have been a whirlwind for stocks.


Traders and financial professionals on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on December 27, 2018. For all the excitement in the past 12 months, the stock market is exactly where it was one year ago. So without dividends, investors have made nothing in the market and lost money including any fees. With dividends, investors have made a return of about 2%, barely keeping pace with inflation. The last 12 months have been a whirlwind for stocks.
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The stock market is exactly where it was one year ago

Traders and financial professionals on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on December 27, 2018.

For all the excitement in the past 12 months, the stock market is exactly where it was one year ago.

The S&P 500 just traded at 2,851.67. On Aug. 6, 2018, the index closed at 2,850.4.

So without dividends, investors have made nothing in the market and lost money including any fees. With dividends, investors have made a return of about 2%, barely keeping pace with inflation.

The last 12 months have been a whirlwind for stocks. Last year, the euphoria of a massive corporate tax break gave way to a U.S.-China trade war and a rate increase from the Federal Reserve, causing the market to suffer its worst December since the Great Depression and the S&P 500 to dip into bear market territory on an intraday basis.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-08-06  Authors: maggie fitzgerald
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Apple’s iPhone sales miss estimates, down 12% versus last year

The company reported iPhone revenue of $25.99 billion. Wall Street was looking for iPhone revenue of $26.31 billion, according to FactSet. Apple’s iPhone revenue for the quarter was down 12% year-over-year. Apple reported iPhone revenue of $29.47 billion in revenue on 41.3 million iPhones sold in the year-ago quarter. Correction: This story has been updated with the correct iPhone revenue for Apple’s fiscal third-quarter 2019.


The company reported iPhone revenue of $25.99 billion. Wall Street was looking for iPhone revenue of $26.31 billion, according to FactSet. Apple’s iPhone revenue for the quarter was down 12% year-over-year. Apple reported iPhone revenue of $29.47 billion in revenue on 41.3 million iPhones sold in the year-ago quarter. Correction: This story has been updated with the correct iPhone revenue for Apple’s fiscal third-quarter 2019.
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Apple's iPhone sales miss estimates, down 12% versus last year

Apple reported earnings for fiscal third quarter Tuesday. The company reported iPhone revenue of $25.99 billion. Wall Street was looking for iPhone revenue of $26.31 billion, according to FactSet.

Apple’s iPhone revenue for the quarter was down 12% year-over-year. Apple reported iPhone revenue of $29.47 billion in revenue on 41.3 million iPhones sold in the year-ago quarter.

CEO Tim Cook said on Apple’s earnings call that he’s “encouraged by in-store trade-in and finance programs” for the iPhone that customers are taking advantage of, and that the “active install base of iPhone reached an all-time high.” Cook did not provide a specific number of iPhone users, however.

Apple no longer provides a breakout on iPhone unit sales, which means the revenue figures are the easiest way to get a glimpse at iPhone performance.

The iPhone has struggled in recent years as consumers have shown they’re not as interested in spending upwards of $1,000 on a new phone, as as people continue to hold on to their phones for three or four years instead of upgrading every one or two years.

To try to offset this trend, Apple has put a larger focus on its services business, which is one area investors are hoping to see continued growth, particularly with new services such as Apple TV Channels and Apple News+, which are already available, and upcoming products such as the Apple Card and Apple TV+. The company has also offered better deals if customers trade in their old iPhone for a new one.

Correction: This story has been updated with the correct iPhone revenue for Apple’s fiscal third-quarter 2019.

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GE reveals new parts for the ‘world’s largest offshore wind turbine’

GE Renewable Energy, a subsidiary of General Electric based in Paris, revealed “the first manufactured components” for its gigantic Haliade-X 12 megawatt (MW) offshore wind turbine. GE Renewable Energy said that a prototype of the Haliade-X 12 MW would be installed onshore in the Netherlands in order to “simplify access for testing.” In September 2018, MHI Vestas Offshore Wind, a major player in the sector, launched the first commercially available double digit turbine, the V164-10.0 MW. The sca


GE Renewable Energy, a subsidiary of General Electric based in Paris, revealed “the first manufactured components” for its gigantic Haliade-X 12 megawatt (MW) offshore wind turbine. GE Renewable Energy said that a prototype of the Haliade-X 12 MW would be installed onshore in the Netherlands in order to “simplify access for testing.” In September 2018, MHI Vestas Offshore Wind, a major player in the sector, launched the first commercially available double digit turbine, the V164-10.0 MW. The sca
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GE reveals new parts for the 'world's largest offshore wind turbine'

GE Renewable Energy, a subsidiary of General Electric based in Paris, revealed “the first manufactured components” for its gigantic Haliade-X 12 megawatt (MW) offshore wind turbine.

On Monday, the firm displayed the first nacelle for the turbine, which will now be shipped from Saint-Nazaire in France to Rotterdam-Maasvlakte in the Netherlands. A nacelle sits directly behind a turbine’s blades and is a shell-like structure that contains crucial pieces of kit. These include the turbine’s gearbox, controller, generator and brake.

GE Renewable Energy said that a prototype of the Haliade-X 12 MW would be installed onshore in the Netherlands in order to “simplify access for testing.” Another nacelle is being assembled with a view to testing it in “actual operational conditions” at a site in the U.K.

John Lavelle, the CEO of GE Renewable Energy Offshore Wind, said the firm was “on track to start commercializing this new product very shortly.”

As technology develops, the size of wind turbines is increasing. In September 2018, MHI Vestas Offshore Wind, a major player in the sector, launched the first commercially available double digit turbine, the V164-10.0 MW. The turbine has 80-meter long blades which weigh 35 tons each, and a tip height of around 187 meters.

The scale of GE Renewable Energy’s Haliade-X 12 MW turbine is also considerable. It will have a capacity of 12 megawatts, a height of 260 meters and a blade length of 107 meters. The turbine will generate 67 gigawatt hours of gross annual energy. The company has repeatedly described it as “the world’s largest offshore wind turbine.”


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FANG stocks have lost their characteristic mojo, but investors are sticking with them

The mega-cap tech stocks that have led much of the record-long bull run have started to lose steam, but investors are still giving them the benefit of the doubt. The so-called FANG block of tech giants — Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google’s parent Alphabet — are still mostly in the red for the trailing 12 months despite their strong year-to-date comeback. Amazon’s single-digit gains in the past 12 months can also be compromised if the e-commerce giant disappoints when reporting earnings next w


The mega-cap tech stocks that have led much of the record-long bull run have started to lose steam, but investors are still giving them the benefit of the doubt. The so-called FANG block of tech giants — Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google’s parent Alphabet — are still mostly in the red for the trailing 12 months despite their strong year-to-date comeback. Amazon’s single-digit gains in the past 12 months can also be compromised if the e-commerce giant disappoints when reporting earnings next w
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FANG stocks have lost their characteristic mojo, but investors are sticking with them

The mega-cap tech stocks that have led much of the record-long bull run have started to lose steam, but investors are still giving them the benefit of the doubt.

The so-called FANG block of tech giants — Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google’s parent Alphabet — are still mostly in the red for the trailing 12 months despite their strong year-to-date comeback. Amazon’s single-digit gains in the past 12 months can also be compromised if the e-commerce giant disappoints when reporting earnings next week.

It has become apparent that the backdrop for big tech is turning unfavorable from the government crackdown to the U.S.-China trade war to a global economic slowdown. Adding to the list of worries is their earnings trend— Netflix tanked more than 10% on Thursday on a surprising drop in the subscriptions number. But so far, many investors believe these are just “hiccups” on their mega upward trend.

“It’s undeniable they’ve had a very robust run,” said Mike Loewengart, chief investment officer at E-Trade Capital. “With the ones that have elevated evaluations where there are a lot of expectations going into their near-term results, when there are hiccups along the way, it’s not unreasonable to see them fall in response to that.”


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Wall Street analysts are crazy about these stocks and see big upside in the next 12 months

Traders Gregory Rowe (R) and Peter Tuchman work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) ahead of the closing bell, June 21, 2019 in New York City. According to Wall Street analysts, these stocks could have the most room to run. Analysts believe Diamondback shares will jump 44% over the next 12 months after a rise of 12% this year. Amazon also made the list as analysts predicting a 18% gain for the e-commerce giant in the next 12 months. However, the list gives you an idea of the stock


Traders Gregory Rowe (R) and Peter Tuchman work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) ahead of the closing bell, June 21, 2019 in New York City. According to Wall Street analysts, these stocks could have the most room to run. Analysts believe Diamondback shares will jump 44% over the next 12 months after a rise of 12% this year. Amazon also made the list as analysts predicting a 18% gain for the e-commerce giant in the next 12 months. However, the list gives you an idea of the stock
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Wall Street analysts are crazy about these stocks and see big upside in the next 12 months

Traders Gregory Rowe (R) and Peter Tuchman work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) ahead of the closing bell, June 21, 2019 in New York City.

With the S&P 500 up more than 19% already this year, investors are scrambling to find the next big winners. According to Wall Street analysts, these stocks could have the most room to run.

CNBC used FactSet to screen the stocks with the highest average 12-month price targets by analysts. To find the names with the highest conviction from Wall Street, CNBC winnowed down the pool by selecting the stocks whose forecast has only gone up in the past three months. Stocks that have fallen in the past three months were also excluded.

Oil and gas drilling company Diamondback Energy is the stock with the most bullish forecast. Analysts believe Diamondback shares will jump 44% over the next 12 months after a rise of 12% this year. The stock also has the most buy ratings on Wall Street.

Bank of America Merrill Lynch set a $170 price target for Diamondback in May, saying it’s a “top pick” because of “a transformational recent acquisition, top-notch execution, increased shareholder friendly initiatives and above-average oil leverage.”

Analysts see a 25% upside to General Motors which has had a volatile year. The stock edged higher in June after the company reported higher-than-expected first-quarter profit as it shaved costs and sold more expensive vehicles.

Credit Suisse initiated coverage on General Motors last week as outperform, saying the company has done a good job in balancing both short and long term concerns.

Wall Street’s favorite stocks also include financials such as Morgan Stanley, Raymond James Financial and Citizens Financial Group.

Amazon also made the list as analysts predicting a 18% gain for the e-commerce giant in the next 12 months. The stock has surged a whopping 29% this year so far, leading the market’s strong comeback. Loop Capital raised its price target on Amazon last month to $2,380 from $2,200, seeing its market cap tripling over the next four to five years.

To be sure, consensus analyst opinion doesn’t always work and some investors even use it as a contrarian indicator. However, the list gives you an idea of the stocks analysts are most bullish about in meetings with clients.


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12 companies that let you work from home and help pay for your vacation

In 2018, roughly 54% of American employees took advantage of their eligible vacation time/paid time off, according to a Glassdoor study. Of those who took time off, 66% said they still did work while on vacation. FlexJobs, a job posting site for companies that offer remote work, took a look at its data to determine which companies will help their employees pay for their vacation. That means each of the companies listed offers flexible job openings, and they also provide stipends, discounts or re


In 2018, roughly 54% of American employees took advantage of their eligible vacation time/paid time off, according to a Glassdoor study. Of those who took time off, 66% said they still did work while on vacation. FlexJobs, a job posting site for companies that offer remote work, took a look at its data to determine which companies will help their employees pay for their vacation. That means each of the companies listed offers flexible job openings, and they also provide stipends, discounts or re
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12 companies that let you work from home and help pay for your vacation

In 2018, roughly 54% of American employees took advantage of their eligible vacation time/paid time off, according to a Glassdoor study. Of those who took time off, 66% said they still did work while on vacation. And over one in four Americans have decided to forgo a summer vacation altogether this year, with 60% saying it’s because they can’t afford it, according to a recent Bankrate survey.

As a perk, some companies are helping with all that.

FlexJobs, a job posting site for companies that offer remote work, took a look at its data to determine which companies will help their employees pay for their vacation. That means each of the companies listed offers flexible job openings, and they also provide stipends, discounts or reimbursements to encourage employees to take time off.

Take a look below to see which employers you should consider if you want more flexibility at work and an incentive to take vacation.


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James Bond will drive this $1.2 million Aston Martin hypercar in the next film — take a look

British luxury carmaker Aston Martin’s latest hypercar, Valhalla, will be featured in the upcoming 007 movie, “Bond 25, ” according to Aston Martin. The car will cost between 1 million to 1.5 million pounds (about $1.26 million to $1.9 million), according to Esquire, and only 500 will be made. The Valhalla was codenamed “AM-RB 003” before the company introduced the official name at Geneva Motor Show in March, according to Aston Martin. It will be a hybrid with a twin-turbo V6 engine and a batter


British luxury carmaker Aston Martin’s latest hypercar, Valhalla, will be featured in the upcoming 007 movie, “Bond 25, ” according to Aston Martin. The car will cost between 1 million to 1.5 million pounds (about $1.26 million to $1.9 million), according to Esquire, and only 500 will be made. The Valhalla was codenamed “AM-RB 003” before the company introduced the official name at Geneva Motor Show in March, according to Aston Martin. It will be a hybrid with a twin-turbo V6 engine and a batter
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James Bond will drive this $1.2 million Aston Martin hypercar in the next film — take a look

British luxury carmaker Aston Martin’s latest hypercar, Valhalla, will be featured in the upcoming 007 movie, “Bond 25, ” according to Aston Martin.

The car will cost between 1 million to 1.5 million pounds (about $1.26 million to $1.9 million), according to Esquire, and only 500 will be made.

Take a look.

The Valhalla was codenamed “AM-RB 003” before the company introduced the official name at Geneva Motor Show in March, according to Aston Martin.

It will be a hybrid with a twin-turbo V6 engine and a battery electric motor. This is the first V6 hybrid-turbo engine Aston Martin will use for a car, according to the company.


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Beyond Meat is rocking despite negative analyst moves this week, surges 12%

The trade war is taking an enormous bite out of profitsCompanies that derive more than half their sales outside the U.S. are expected to see a 9.3% slump in earnings as the reporting season looms about a month away. Marketsread more


The trade war is taking an enormous bite out of profitsCompanies that derive more than half their sales outside the U.S. are expected to see a 9.3% slump in earnings as the reporting season looms about a month away. Marketsread more
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Beyond Meat is rocking despite negative analyst moves this week, surges 12%

The trade war is taking an enormous bite out of profits

Companies that derive more than half their sales outside the U.S. are expected to see a 9.3% slump in earnings as the reporting season looms about a month away.

Markets

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