UK’s Brexit vote planned for January 15, no plans to delay EU exit

Britain plans to hold a vote in parliament on the government’s deal to leave the European Union on Jan. 15, Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said on Tuesday after a meeting of senior ministers. May again told her cabinet it was not government policy to delay Brexit by extending the so-called Article 50 notice, the spokesman said, adding the idea may have been discussed by EU officials but not by British officials. “Subject to parliament approving a business motion, the debate will be opene


Britain plans to hold a vote in parliament on the government’s deal to leave the European Union on Jan. 15, Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said on Tuesday after a meeting of senior ministers. May again told her cabinet it was not government policy to delay Brexit by extending the so-called Article 50 notice, the spokesman said, adding the idea may have been discussed by EU officials but not by British officials. “Subject to parliament approving a business motion, the debate will be opene
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UK's Brexit vote planned for January 15, no plans to delay EU exit

Britain plans to hold a vote in parliament on the government’s deal to leave the European Union on Jan. 15, Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said on Tuesday after a meeting of senior ministers.

May again told her cabinet it was not government policy to delay Brexit by extending the so-called Article 50 notice, the spokesman said, adding the idea may have been discussed by EU officials but not by British officials.

“Subject to parliament approving a business motion, the debate will be opened tomorrow … The prime minister said that she would close the debate next Tuesday, which is January 15, when the vote will take place,” her spokesman told reporters.

WATCH: Brexit explained: The UK’s big gamble


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Retail stocks could rally another 10 to 15 percent from here, says technician

Retail stocks are turning a new leaf in the new year. This means Johnson believes a 9 percent rally is possible, which would take retail back to mid-November levels. This leads Johnson to believe that many retail stocks could actually see 10 to 15 percent upside. But ultimately, Sanchez believes the consumer landscape could be a boon for retail. After closing up 3 percent Monday, retail stocks were down slightly Tuesday.


Retail stocks are turning a new leaf in the new year. This means Johnson believes a 9 percent rally is possible, which would take retail back to mid-November levels. This leads Johnson to believe that many retail stocks could actually see 10 to 15 percent upside. But ultimately, Sanchez believes the consumer landscape could be a boon for retail. After closing up 3 percent Monday, retail stocks were down slightly Tuesday.
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Retail stocks could rally another 10 to 15 percent from here, says technician

Retail stocks are turning a new leaf in the new year.

After ending 2018 with their worst quarter since 2008, the group has rallied more than 6 percent since the first trading day of the year. Craig Johnson, chief market technician at Piper Jaffray, believes that the retail move is “a bounce that we can trust” and thinks that the retail-tracking ETF (XRT) could actually return to a key level in the charts.

“We have corrected about 28 percent from peak to trough, we had a nice relief rally, and now we’re reaching a very important inflection point,” he said Monday on CNBC’s “Trading Nation.”

The inflection point Johnson refers to is the recent reversal from retail’s December low. “If we see a move further from here, you can see quite a nice move back up to the 200-day moving average,” he added.

The XRT’s 200-day moving average currently sits at around $47.53. This means Johnson believes a 9 percent rally is possible, which would take retail back to mid-November levels.

Additionally, Johnson said that while smaller retail names like Five Below and Stitch Fix have surged, more “defensive names” like Dollar Tree are also “reversing longer-term downtrends.” This leads Johnson to believe that many retail stocks could actually see 10 to 15 percent upside.

Gina Sanchez, CEO of Chantico Global, believes that “the consumer is healthy here,” which is positive for retail. However, Sanchez also warns that there are a number of underlying factors that could still hit the group.

Namely, Sanchez thinks wage growth could be a “double-edged sword” for retail. While she does believe that it is ultimately a strong sign for the group, she also expects that “underlying costs are also going to go up for retail,” along with earnings growth that may pare or go flat.

But ultimately, Sanchez believes the consumer landscape could be a boon for retail.

After closing up 3 percent Monday, retail stocks were down slightly Tuesday.


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The 15 best tech companies to work for in 2019, according to Glassdoor

We’re all familiar with the stories about six-digit salaries, bean bag chairs, nap pods, free food, unlimited vacation policies and other crazy perks that seem to be run of the mill for tech companies these days. But within the industry there can be some big differences between employers. To discover which companies truly offer the best overall employee experience, job listing and recruiting site Glassdoor evaluated small, midsize and large tech firms based on feedback from a company’s existing


We’re all familiar with the stories about six-digit salaries, bean bag chairs, nap pods, free food, unlimited vacation policies and other crazy perks that seem to be run of the mill for tech companies these days. But within the industry there can be some big differences between employers. To discover which companies truly offer the best overall employee experience, job listing and recruiting site Glassdoor evaluated small, midsize and large tech firms based on feedback from a company’s existing
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The 15 best tech companies to work for in 2019, according to Glassdoor

We’re all familiar with the stories about six-digit salaries, bean bag chairs, nap pods, free food, unlimited vacation policies and other crazy perks that seem to be run of the mill for tech companies these days.

But within the industry there can be some big differences between employers. To discover which companies truly offer the best overall employee experience, job listing and recruiting site Glassdoor evaluated small, midsize and large tech firms based on feedback from a company’s existing workforce on everything from salary and career opportunities to facilities.

The resulting list of 15 companies represent the cream of the crop of the tech field as well as some of the best companies to work for in the whole country, with many appearing high up on Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work in 2019 list also.

The best part? You can join any one of these organizations. All are currently hiring, Glassdoor found.


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Just 15% of the oil and gas workforce is female—these women want to change that

Yes, oil prices go up and down — lately mostly down — but the “Help Wanted” sign is out. Mehnert is CEO of Pink Petro, a for-profit company funded by Shell and others in the energy industry to focus on recruiting women. The Petroleum Equipment and Services Association reports only 15 percent of the current oil and gas workforce is female, a number that drops in half when it comes to higher-paying technical jobs. Mehnert created Pink Petro four years ago, after flying back to Houston. That paid f


Yes, oil prices go up and down — lately mostly down — but the “Help Wanted” sign is out. Mehnert is CEO of Pink Petro, a for-profit company funded by Shell and others in the energy industry to focus on recruiting women. The Petroleum Equipment and Services Association reports only 15 percent of the current oil and gas workforce is female, a number that drops in half when it comes to higher-paying technical jobs. Mehnert created Pink Petro four years ago, after flying back to Houston. That paid f
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Just 15% of the oil and gas workforce is female—these women want to change that

Yes, oil prices go up and down — lately mostly down — but the “Help Wanted” sign is out. There’s a generation of workers nearing retirement, and the pipeline of talent needs filling.

“If we look at the pipeline, it’s pretty dry,” says Katie Mehnert, dressed in a pink safety suit in the middle of a massive Shell refinery and chemical plant in Deer Park, Texas, outside Houston.

Mehnert is CEO of Pink Petro, a for-profit company funded by Shell and others in the energy industry to focus on recruiting women. The Petroleum Equipment and Services Association reports only 15 percent of the current oil and gas workforce is female, a number that drops in half when it comes to higher-paying technical jobs.

Mehnert created Pink Petro four years ago, after flying back to Houston. “I was sitting next to a gentleman,” she says, “and he said to me, ‘What’s a pretty young lady like you doing in a dark, dangerous business like oil and gas?'”

She decided more women needed to be in this “dark” and “dangerous” — and well-paying, rewarding, challenging — industry critical to a functioning world.

Women like Christina Smith, a mother of three. Smith used to manage a Subway store, then she worked in a commercial dive shop before being laid off. She went back to school, where she heard about a scholarship program from Marathon and Shell. That paid for her education, and now she’s a shift supervisor at the Shell plant in Deer Park. “My dad’s exact words were, ‘Kid, you hit the jackpot!” She laughs. “I’m 40 now, but I don’t remember growing up somebody saying, ‘Why don’t you work at the plant?’ or, ‘You can be an engineer.'”

Mehnert is seeing some more progress at the executive and boardroom level. Vicki Hollub became the first woman to lead a U.S. oil company in 2016 when she took over as President and CEO of Occidental Petroleum.

Lori Fremin is a 26-year veteran of Shell who is currently General Manager for surface engineering for Deepwater Gulf of Mexico. Standing under five feet tall, she is often mistaken for someone who, well, isn’t an engineer and a GM.


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‘This is a buying opportunity:’ Blackstone predicts 15% market surge

Blackstone is telling investors not to give up on 2019, and perhaps they’re starting to listen. We see the market, the S&P 500, up 15 percent in 2019,” he said Thursday on CNBC’s “Futures Now.” The S&P 500 also soared more than 3 percent to 2,531.94. Zidle, who has called himself a “stubborn bull,” believes significant progress on the trade war will ultimately revive bullish momentum this year for good. “The trade war is going to get resolved.


Blackstone is telling investors not to give up on 2019, and perhaps they’re starting to listen. We see the market, the S&P 500, up 15 percent in 2019,” he said Thursday on CNBC’s “Futures Now.” The S&P 500 also soared more than 3 percent to 2,531.94. Zidle, who has called himself a “stubborn bull,” believes significant progress on the trade war will ultimately revive bullish momentum this year for good. “The trade war is going to get resolved.
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'This is a buying opportunity:' Blackstone predicts 15% market surge

Blackstone is telling investors not to give up on 2019, and perhaps they’re starting to listen.

Its investment strategist, Joseph Zidle, is optimistic stocks will rebound this year, blaming the market’s wild swings on misguided, negative sentiment.

“This is a buying opportunity. We see the market, the S&P 500, up 15 percent in 2019,” he said Thursday on CNBC’s “Futures Now.” “This is just not a recessionary environment.”

And, Wall Street may be getting the message.

On Friday, the Dow jumped 746.94 points or 3.3 percent, to close the week at 23,433.16. The S&P 500 also soared more than 3 percent to 2,531.94. The rally followed a better-than-expected December jobs report and comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell indicating a more dovish tone.

Zidle has been advising clients to put money to work over the past several weeks as volatility gripped the market — singling out cyclical groups such as materials, industrials, technology and energy.

“They’re the most beaten down,” he said. “I think oil prices find a bottom, and I don’t think the conditions are nearly as dire as people are making them out to be.”

Zidle, who has called himself a “stubborn bull,” believes significant progress on the trade war will ultimately revive bullish momentum this year for good.

“The trade war is going to get resolved. We think we see a deal in the first quarter,” Zidle said. “China and the U.S. have an incentive to get a deal done.”


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Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel says stocks will return up to 15%: ‘We could have quite a good year’

Despite the market’s stumble into the new year, Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel is predicting solid gains for stocks by the end of 2019. The Wharton School finance professor is predicting an uptick of between 5 and 15 percent and “quite a good year” for equity markets. “We went from a rosy view to now, ‘Oh my God, there’s going to be a recession,'” Siegel told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” on Wednesday. “The truth will be somewhere in between, and that leaves the stock market very attractive now.” “They


Despite the market’s stumble into the new year, Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel is predicting solid gains for stocks by the end of 2019. The Wharton School finance professor is predicting an uptick of between 5 and 15 percent and “quite a good year” for equity markets. “We went from a rosy view to now, ‘Oh my God, there’s going to be a recession,'” Siegel told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” on Wednesday. “The truth will be somewhere in between, and that leaves the stock market very attractive now.” “They
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Wharton's Jeremy Siegel says stocks will return up to 15%: 'We could have quite a good year'

Despite the market’s stumble into the new year, Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel is predicting solid gains for stocks by the end of 2019.

The Wharton School finance professor is predicting an uptick of between 5 and 15 percent and “quite a good year” for equity markets.

“We went from a rosy view to now, ‘Oh my God, there’s going to be a recession,'” Siegel told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” on Wednesday. “The truth will be somewhere in between, and that leaves the stock market very attractive now.”

Based on valuation levels, Siegel said even if there is no earnings growth this year, “this is a cheap market.” He did acknowledge the possibility of a recession dragging down markets, but he doesn’t see that in the cards.

“There’s been a wobble here, and that is what the market feels,” Siegel said. “We’ll be wobbling to a slowdown but not a recession.”

The Federal Reserve raising interest rates has also been top of mind for investors. But Siegel pointed to the 10-year Treasury yield, which is around 2.68 percent, meaning fixed income still does not “pose a threat” to equities in competition for investors. And as long as that yield stays below 3 percent, he said, “the Fed is going to defer.”

“I’m not concerned about the Fed,” Siegel said. “With the 10-year at its level that we see now we won’t see any increases.”

The ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China has also been a source of investors’ worry. On Wednesday, a private-sector survey showed manufacturing activity in the world’s second-largest economy contracted for the first time in 19 months. But that weaker data out of China could signal that Beijing may be more willing to come to the bargaining table, Siegel said.

“They can’t afford a big slowdown,” Siegel said, adding that President Donald Trump cares about the stock market, so a deal will have to be reached to avoid major losses. “I think they’re both motivated.”


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The 15 jobs that paid the highest salaries in 2018

Most jobs in medicine require significant education and training, but data from U.S. News & World Report shows that your years of education will certainly pay off. In its list of the best paying jobs in 2018, U.S. News and World Report found that employees in the medical field, followed by employees in the business and tech field, make the most money. To come up with its ranking, U.S. News looked at jobs with the most projected openings between 2016 and 2026, based on information from the U.S. B


Most jobs in medicine require significant education and training, but data from U.S. News & World Report shows that your years of education will certainly pay off. In its list of the best paying jobs in 2018, U.S. News and World Report found that employees in the medical field, followed by employees in the business and tech field, make the most money. To come up with its ranking, U.S. News looked at jobs with the most projected openings between 2016 and 2026, based on information from the U.S. B
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The 15 jobs that paid the highest salaries in 2018

If you’re looking to work in a stable industry that pays a high salary, you may want to consider the medical field.

Most jobs in medicine require significant education and training, but data from U.S. News & World Report shows that your years of education will certainly pay off. In its list of the best paying jobs in 2018, U.S. News and World Report found that employees in the medical field, followed by employees in the business and tech field, make the most money.

To come up with its ranking, U.S. News looked at jobs with the most projected openings between 2016 and 2026, based on information from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Then, it looked at each job’s salary to compile a list of the highest-paying positions this year.

The top five roles each bring in a median salary of $208,000 per year, with an unemployment rate of 0.5 percent or lower.

When ranking these positions, the number of projected job openings were also taken into account. Take a look below to see what titles round out the top 15 list for best paying jobs of 2018:


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The reason Epic landed a $15 billion valuation is not Fortnite success

While consumers have been slow to adopt the often clunky and expensive virtual reality hardware, enterprise applications in the corporate world are on the rise. This augmented and virtual reality space is a key area to watch for Epic and its main game engine competitor Unity Technologies. UK-based Pharmaceutical research firm C4X Discovery recently starting using Unreal Engine technology to visualize and manipulate 3-D molecules in virtual reality, with the potential to let scientists collaborat


While consumers have been slow to adopt the often clunky and expensive virtual reality hardware, enterprise applications in the corporate world are on the rise. This augmented and virtual reality space is a key area to watch for Epic and its main game engine competitor Unity Technologies. UK-based Pharmaceutical research firm C4X Discovery recently starting using Unreal Engine technology to visualize and manipulate 3-D molecules in virtual reality, with the potential to let scientists collaborat
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The reason Epic landed a $15 billion valuation is not Fortnite success

While consumers have been slow to adopt the often clunky and expensive virtual reality hardware, enterprise applications in the corporate world are on the rise. This augmented and virtual reality space is a key area to watch for Epic and its main game engine competitor Unity Technologies.

“They’re the ones powering that technology – it’s clearly a good opportunity,” said Carter Rogers, principal analyst at SuperData.

Sweeney said a particularly “interesting and surprising” new area for Epic is medical research. UK-based Pharmaceutical research firm C4X Discovery recently starting using Unreal Engine technology to visualize and manipulate 3-D molecules in virtual reality, with the potential to let scientists collaborate remotely in the virtual environment.

Epic does make money from its enterprise effort when customers opt for paid support service that includes onsite visits and access to a community of developers within Epic who designed the Unreal Engine and third-party developers who use the engine and are experts. But most enterprise users of the Unreal Engine are using the free version, and that makes sense at a time when industry-wide monetization of augmented reality and virtual reality solutions remains elusive. Blippar, an early darling in the augmented reality start-up field that raised over $130 million in venture capital and was once valued over $1 billion, announced it was folding this week.

Epic’s position is that visual content will continue to move in the VR direction, but it is still the early days for the enterprise market and Epic needs to focus on building out features and proving that a pipeline of technology within the Unreal Engine will add value for corporate customers. The company needs to provide foundational learning for companies interested in placing their clients in a VR environment.

Epic’s relationship with the large developer community that uses the Unreal Engine stood out to Brad Twohig, who led Lightspeed Venture Partners’ participation in Epic’s latest funding round.

“Even on the industrial side, having such a robust developer community enables much faster software development and progression of the platform,” said Twohig, adding that there are not many enterprise AR and VR platforms that have scaled to what Epic says is millions of Unreal Engine users. “I think it’s a pretty uniquely positioned product,” he said.

Several car manufacturers including Audi, BMW and McLaren recently attended an Unreal Engine enterprise technology event Epic held in Germany.

Sweeney predicts that enterprise users of Unreal Engine will overtake game users by the end of 2019, and ultimately, he thinks industry-specific and entertainment uses will converge as part of a bigger digital industry. “The thing that really interests me is seeing visual assets crossover between different media,” he said, giving as an example a model created in an architectural firm that could be dropped into an entertainment experience.

Fortnite continues to add interactive in-game features like a green screen and the new Creative mode that in some ways parallel how developers can experiment with its foundational engine.

“You start seeing how that [enterprise side] can also inform their consumer business,” Twohig said. “If you’re able to collaborate and model in real-time on creating a jet engine in their software, imagine what consumers can do with it.”

—By Erica Yee, special to CNBC.com


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These are the best tech companies to work for in India

Of the 15 leading companies named in this year’s list, the majority were multinationals — including the top five. Just three companies on the list originate from India. To be sure, big name companies have a certain allure for aspiring techies the world over. “Apart from competitive remuneration, companies that work to make their employees feel like they work with, and not for the company, create a culture of ownership and instill a sense of loyalty in their employees,” he added. CNBC Make It too


Of the 15 leading companies named in this year’s list, the majority were multinationals — including the top five. Just three companies on the list originate from India. To be sure, big name companies have a certain allure for aspiring techies the world over. “Apart from competitive remuneration, companies that work to make their employees feel like they work with, and not for the company, create a culture of ownership and instill a sense of loyalty in their employees,” he added. CNBC Make It too
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These are the best tech companies to work for in India

Of the 15 leading companies named in this year’s list, the majority were multinationals — including the top five. Just three companies on the list originate from India. Some of the international companies that made it into the list include names like Microsoft, SAP and Apple.

To be sure, big name companies have a certain allure for aspiring techies the world over. However, Sashi Kumar, managing director of Indeed India, said in a news release that the findings also indicate a desire among employees to work for a business with clear progression structures in place and a positive overall workplace environment.

“In addition to strategic and meaningful workplace programs, companies that have focused on people management and contributed to creating a conducive environment for their employees have been highly rated by job seekers,” said Kumar.

“Apart from competitive remuneration, companies that work to make their employees feel like they work with, and not for the company, create a culture of ownership and instill a sense of loyalty in their employees,” he added.

CNBC Make It took a look at the top 15 tech companies in India and how they made the list.


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15 in-demand jobs that pay over $100,000

Using the Occupational Information Network (O*NET), an online jobs database compiled by the U.S. Department of Labor, CNBC Make It has rounded up 15 jobs that have a “bright outlook,” meaning that they have a projected employment increase of 10 percent or more between 2016 and 2026, or generate more than 100,000 expected job openings within that period. And they tend to pay more than $100,000 a year. If you’re deciding on your next career move, check out these 15 high-paying jobs for which prosp


Using the Occupational Information Network (O*NET), an online jobs database compiled by the U.S. Department of Labor, CNBC Make It has rounded up 15 jobs that have a “bright outlook,” meaning that they have a projected employment increase of 10 percent or more between 2016 and 2026, or generate more than 100,000 expected job openings within that period. And they tend to pay more than $100,000 a year. If you’re deciding on your next career move, check out these 15 high-paying jobs for which prosp
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15 in-demand jobs that pay over $100,000

Using the Occupational Information Network (O*NET), an online jobs database compiled by the U.S. Department of Labor, CNBC Make It has rounded up 15 jobs that have a “bright outlook,” meaning that they have a projected employment increase of 10 percent or more between 2016 and 2026, or generate more than 100,000 expected job openings within that period.

And they tend to pay more than $100,000 a year.

If you’re deciding on your next career move, check out these 15 high-paying jobs for which prospects are good:


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2018-12-12  Authors: emmie martin, getty images
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, tend, using, prospects, 15, indemand, jobs, pay, youre, 100000, rounded, yearif, projected


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