Bernstein hikes Nvidia price target to highest on Wall Street, sees latest rally on solid footing

Jen-Hsun Huang, president and chief executive officer of Nvidia Corp., speaks during the company’s event at Mobile World Congress Americas in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019. Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty Images


Jen-Hsun Huang, president and chief executive officer of Nvidia Corp., speaks during the company’s event at Mobile World Congress Americas in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019.
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Bernstein hikes Nvidia price target to highest on Wall Street, sees latest rally on solid footing

Jen-Hsun Huang, president and chief executive officer of Nvidia Corp., speaks during the company’s event at Mobile World Congress Americas in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019.

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Here’s the firepower the Pentagon is asking for in its $705 billion budget

An F/A-18 Hornet aircraft sits on the flight line as a wall of fire detonates behind it during an air show at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Oct. 3, 2010. WASHINGTON — The Defense Department is asking Congress for $705.4 billion in its fiscal 2021 budget, $13 billion less than what Congress gave the Pentagon in fiscal 2020. The White House released the broad details of President Donald Trump’s budget proposal for the fiscal year starting Oct. 1, which seeks a colossal $740.5 billion f


An F/A-18 Hornet aircraft sits on the flight line as a wall of fire detonates behind it during an air show at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Oct. 3, 2010.
WASHINGTON — The Defense Department is asking Congress for $705.4 billion in its fiscal 2021 budget, $13 billion less than what Congress gave the Pentagon in fiscal 2020.
The White House released the broad details of President Donald Trump’s budget proposal for the fiscal year starting Oct. 1, which seeks a colossal $740.5 billion f
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Here's the firepower the Pentagon is asking for in its $705 billion budget

An F/A-18 Hornet aircraft sits on the flight line as a wall of fire detonates behind it during an air show at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Oct. 3, 2010.

WASHINGTON — The Defense Department is asking Congress for $705.4 billion in its fiscal 2021 budget, $13 billion less than what Congress gave the Pentagon in fiscal 2020.

The White House released the broad details of President Donald Trump’s budget proposal for the fiscal year starting Oct. 1, which seeks a colossal $740.5 billion for national defense.

The Pentagon’s portion of the budget is composed of a $636.4 billion base and an additional $69 billion for overseas contingency operations funding, aka the war budget.

Under the Trump administration, the Pentagon’s budget has swelled from $670 in 2018 to $712 billion in 2020.


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S&P 500 best day since Oct 4

S&P 500 best day since Oct 4Herb Morgan, chief investment officer at Efficient Market Advisors, and Samantha Azzarello, global market strategist at JPMorgan asset management, discuss markets after the closing bell.


S&P 500 best day since Oct 4Herb Morgan, chief investment officer at Efficient Market Advisors, and Samantha Azzarello, global market strategist at JPMorgan asset management, discuss markets after the closing bell.
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S&P 500 best day since Oct 4

S&P 500 best day since Oct 4

Herb Morgan, chief investment officer at Efficient Market Advisors, and Samantha Azzarello, global market strategist at JPMorgan asset management, discuss markets after the closing bell.


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Fitbit shares rise as filing reveals bidding war between Google and mystery firm

Fitbit’s stock was up more than 3.7% Tuesday morning after an SEC filing revealed a bidding war between Google and a mystery firm for the fitness wearable maker. Google announced its intentions to acquire Fitbit on Nov. 1 for about $2.1 billion in cash. The filing says that several firms met with Fitbit to discuss an acquisition but that, ultimately, only Google and another company offered serious bids. A day later, on Oct. 12, the mystery firm “Party A” bumped the bid up to $5.90, according to


Fitbit’s stock was up more than 3.7% Tuesday morning after an SEC filing revealed a bidding war between Google and a mystery firm for the fitness wearable maker.
Google announced its intentions to acquire Fitbit on Nov. 1 for about $2.1 billion in cash.
The filing says that several firms met with Fitbit to discuss an acquisition but that, ultimately, only Google and another company offered serious bids.
A day later, on Oct. 12, the mystery firm “Party A” bumped the bid up to $5.90, according to
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Fitbit shares rise as filing reveals bidding war between Google and mystery firm

Fitbit’s stock was up more than 3.7% Tuesday morning after an SEC filing revealed a bidding war between Google and a mystery firm for the fitness wearable maker. Google announced its intentions to acquire Fitbit on Nov. 1 for about $2.1 billion in cash.

The filing says that several firms met with Fitbit to discuss an acquisition but that, ultimately, only Google and another company offered serious bids. It’s unclear who the other firm was, but Amazon has been aggressively exploring the health-tracking wearables space and UnitedHealthcare and Fitbit had an existing wellness partnership program called Motion.

Discussions with a so-called “Party A” began on June 11, according to the filing, when the CEO of that company and Fitbit CEO James Park had dinner “and discussed generally the wearables technology landscape.” Later on August 20, Fitbit’s senior management also provided “an overview of Fitbit’s business to members of Google’s management.”

On Oct. 2, Google “submitted a written non-binding indication of interest to acquire Fitbit for $4.59 per share,” a proposal that was denied by Fitbit’s board, which asked for $6.00 per share.

On Oct. 11, Google came back with $5.05 a share.

A day later, on Oct. 12, the mystery firm “Party A” bumped the bid up to $5.90, according to the filing. Google, on the same day, offered $6.50 per share.

“Later that same afternoon, representatives of Qatalyst Partners informed Party A that Fitbit had received an acquisition proposal with a price that was meaningfully higher than Party A’s proposed price of $5.90 per share, and that Party A would need to significantly increase its offer within the next few hours as our Board would be meeting to discuss the status of the parties’ proposals,” the filing said.

The bidding increased rapidly that evening.

Fitbit’s board asked its bank on the deal, Qatalyst Partners, to get final offers from both companies. Google offered $7.05 a share but, as Fitbit was working on an exclusivity agreement with Google, the CEO of Party A offered a verbal agreement to acquire Fitbit for $7.30 a share, its best and final offer.

On Oct. 13, Google submitted its final offer to acquire Fitbit at a price of $7.35 a share. “The revised proposal was conditioned on Fitbit immediately entering into the exclusivity agreement,” the filing said.

The deal was announced on Nov. 1 when Google parent Alphabet announced it would acquire Fitbit for the agreed-upon deal of $7.35 a share, or about $2.1 billion in cash. But, had there not been a second firm bidding, the deal could have fallen apart, or Google could have agreed to pay far less.


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Fisher Investments loses Chicago police pension; total losses exceed $3 billion

Fisher Investments has lost more than $3 billion in assets as government pensions and other institutional partners have left. The Windy City’s police pension fund has about $2.6 billion in total assets as of Oct. 30. The Chicago police pension fund is ending its $67 million relationship with Fisher Investments. Major pension clients to have left Fisher include the Los Angeles fire and police pension, which pulled $522 million and the Michigan Investment Board, which is withdrawing $600 million.


Fisher Investments has lost more than $3 billion in assets as government pensions and other institutional partners have left.
The Windy City’s police pension fund has about $2.6 billion in total assets as of Oct. 30.
The Chicago police pension fund is ending its $67 million relationship with Fisher Investments.
Major pension clients to have left Fisher include the Los Angeles fire and police pension, which pulled $522 million and the Michigan Investment Board, which is withdrawing $600 million.

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Fisher Investments loses Chicago police pension; total losses exceed $3 billion

Kenneth Fisher, founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Fisher Investments, speaks during a television interview in New York, May 10, 2010.

Fisher Investments has lost more than $3 billion in assets as government pensions and other institutional partners have left.

The Windy City’s police pension fund has about $2.6 billion in total assets as of Oct. 30. The pension’s board passed a motion to put Fisher on its watch list last month, wrote Thomas Beyna, board president.

The Policemen’s Annuity and Benefit Fund of Chicago joins a number of institutional investors that have cut ties with the Camas, Washington-based asset manager following sexist comments billionaire founder Ken Fisher made at a conference on Oct. 8. There, he likened winning new clients to picking up women at a bar .

The Chicago police pension fund is ending its $67 million relationship with Fisher Investments.

Fisher had $94 billion in assets under management as of Dec. 31, 2018, according to their filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

That figure reached $112 billion as of Sept. 30, 2019, according to the firm.

Major pension clients to have left Fisher include the Los Angeles fire and police pension, which pulled $522 million and the Michigan Investment Board, which is withdrawing $600 million.

Last month, giant investment bank Goldman Sachs confirmed Fisher would no longer be an underlying manager for the Goldman Sachs Multi-Manager Global Equity Fund in an Oct. 25 filing with the SEC. It pulled $234 million from the firm.

While the institutional investors have reacted quickly to the controversy, retail clients have largely remained.

In the week following Fisher’s comments, about 1% of individual investors raised concerns, with about $20 million in lost assets as a result, according to a research note from Mercer, an advisor to institutional investors.

Mercer spoke with Fisher executives on Oct. 14 to assess the fallout from the founder’s comments.

Individual clients account for about $60 billion of the $94 billion in assets that Fisher oversaw as of the end of 2018.

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China’s major cities drag on new home prices in Oct.

China’s new home prices maintained steady growth in October but soft patches emerged in the country’s larger cities where momentum slowed, suggesting local authorities could relax some anti-speculative measures to prop up faltering demand. Average new home prices in China’s 70 major cities rose 0.5% in October from the previous month, in line with September’s growth and marking the 54th straight month of gains, Reuters calculated based on National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) data on Friday. “We e


China’s new home prices maintained steady growth in October but soft patches emerged in the country’s larger cities where momentum slowed, suggesting local authorities could relax some anti-speculative measures to prop up faltering demand.
Average new home prices in China’s 70 major cities rose 0.5% in October from the previous month, in line with September’s growth and marking the 54th straight month of gains, Reuters calculated based on National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) data on Friday.
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China's major cities drag on new home prices in Oct.

China’s new home prices maintained steady growth in October but soft patches emerged in the country’s larger cities where momentum slowed, suggesting local authorities could relax some anti-speculative measures to prop up faltering demand.

Average new home prices in China’s 70 major cities rose 0.5% in October from the previous month, in line with September’s growth and marking the 54th straight month of gains, Reuters calculated based on National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) data on Friday.

Most of the 70 cities surveyed by the NBS still reported monthly price increases for new homes, though the number was down to 50 from 53 in September, the lowest level seen since February 2018, when it was 44.

Annual growth also pointed to softness in the sector with home prices rising 7.8% in October, slowing from 8.4% in September and the weakest pace since August last year.

“We expect property market conditions to worsen, especially in low-tier cities,” Nomura analysts wrote in a note. “We also believe Beijing may need to reverse its tightening measures on the property sector no later than spring 2020 to stabilise growth.”

The modest rise in prices nationally masked mixed trends across the country with some cities showing signs of rapid cooling while others are still plagued with overheating risks.


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Fisher withdrawals top $3 billion as Texas retirement plan exits

Kenneth Fisher, chief executive officer of Fisher Investments, speaks at the Forbes Global CEO Conference in Sydney, Australia, on Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010. The Employees Retirement System of Texas announced on Friday that it would end its relationship with Fisher Investments, yanking $350 million from the asset manager. The divestitures arrive on the heels of lewd comments Ken Fisher made at a conference on Oct. 8. Fisher had $94 billion in assets under management as of Dec. 31, 2018, according


Kenneth Fisher, chief executive officer of Fisher Investments, speaks at the Forbes Global CEO Conference in Sydney, Australia, on Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010.
The Employees Retirement System of Texas announced on Friday that it would end its relationship with Fisher Investments, yanking $350 million from the asset manager.
The divestitures arrive on the heels of lewd comments Ken Fisher made at a conference on Oct. 8.
Fisher had $94 billion in assets under management as of Dec. 31, 2018, according
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Fisher withdrawals top $3 billion as Texas retirement plan exits

Kenneth Fisher, chief executive officer of Fisher Investments, speaks at the Forbes Global CEO Conference in Sydney, Australia, on Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010.

The Employees Retirement System of Texas announced on Friday that it would end its relationship with Fisher Investments, yanking $350 million from the asset manager.

“Texas ERS has completed its due diligence,” said Mary Jane Wardlow, a spokeswoman for the pension system.

“With respect to our fiduciary duty, we are defunding Fisher Investments, which had served as an external manager in the international equities portfolio with $350 million [as of Sept. 30] under management,” she wrote in an email to CNBC.

The funds will be redistributed within the equities pool of the ERS trust, she said.

In all, the pension has about $29 billion in assets.

In just over two weeks, Camas, Washington-based Fisher has lost more than $3 billion in assets as nine institutional clients — seven of which were government pensions — severed ties. The divestitures arrive on the heels of lewd comments Ken Fisher made at a conference on Oct. 8.

Fisher had $94 billion in assets under management as of Dec. 31, 2018, according to their SEC filing.

That figure reached $112 billion as of Sept. 30, 2019, according to the firm.

Major clients have parted ways with Fisher, 68, in the last two days.

Goldman Sachs, the giant investment bank, confirmed Fisher would no longer be an underlying manager for the Goldman Sachs Multi-Manager Global Equity Fund in an Oct. 25 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. It pulled $234 million from the firm.

On Thursday, the Los Angeles fire and police pension plan also voted to fire Fisher, which managed $522 million.


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Macron says he opposes Brexit extension if UK parliament rejects deal

French President Emmanuel Macron speaks at the Elysee Palace on May 06, 2019 in Paris, France. French President Emmanuel Macron said on Friday that he was opposed to granting a Brexit extension past the Oct. 31 deadline if the British parliament rejects the deal agreed with the 27 other EU member states. The House of Commons is due to vote on Saturday on the agreement reached between the 27 and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. “I hope we can stick to the timeline we gave ourselves and that


French President Emmanuel Macron speaks at the Elysee Palace on May 06, 2019 in Paris, France.
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Friday that he was opposed to granting a Brexit extension past the Oct. 31 deadline if the British parliament rejects the deal agreed with the 27 other EU member states.
The House of Commons is due to vote on Saturday on the agreement reached between the 27 and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
“I hope we can stick to the timeline we gave ourselves and that
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Macron says he opposes Brexit extension if UK parliament rejects deal

French President Emmanuel Macron speaks at the Elysee Palace on May 06, 2019 in Paris, France.

French President Emmanuel Macron said on Friday that he was opposed to granting a Brexit extension past the Oct. 31 deadline if the British parliament rejects the deal agreed with the 27 other EU member states.

The House of Commons is due to vote on Saturday on the agreement reached between the 27 and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

“I hope we can stick to the timeline we gave ourselves and that the date of Oct. 31 is respected,” Macron told a news conference.

“I am not making political waves, I don’t want to get involved in whether the British parliament votes for this or that, but I do not think that another delay should be granted. We should end these negotiations and move on to talks on our future relations and get them done.”


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FAA says Boeing withheld ‘concerning’ pilot messages about the safety of 737 Max

The Federal Aviation Administration said Boeing withheld “concerning” messages from 2016 between employees about a flight-control system implicated in two crashes of the 737 Max, deepening the manufacturer’s crisis over the jets that have been grounded worldwide since March. A Boeing test pilot complained in one of the messages that a flight control system, known as MCAS, was difficult to control, according to the messages, obtained by NBC News. The messages add to pressure already piling up on


The Federal Aviation Administration said Boeing withheld “concerning” messages from 2016 between employees about a flight-control system implicated in two crashes of the 737 Max, deepening the manufacturer’s crisis over the jets that have been grounded worldwide since March.
A Boeing test pilot complained in one of the messages that a flight control system, known as MCAS, was difficult to control, according to the messages, obtained by NBC News.
The messages add to pressure already piling up on
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FAA says Boeing withheld 'concerning' pilot messages about the safety of 737 Max

The Federal Aviation Administration said Boeing withheld “concerning” messages from 2016 between employees about a flight-control system implicated in two crashes of the 737 Max, deepening the manufacturer’s crisis over the jets that have been grounded worldwide since March.

A Boeing test pilot complained in one of the messages that a flight control system, known as MCAS, was difficult to control, according to the messages, obtained by NBC News.

That system is at the heart of investigations into two fatal crashes. Investigators have implicated the system in both crashes — a Lion Air 737 Max that went down in Indonesia in October 2018 and an Ethiopian Airlines plane of the same model that crashed in March.

“It’s running rampant in the sim on me”, the pilot, Mark Forkner, Boeing’s former chief technical pilot, said in 2016 to a colleague, referring to the simulator, according to the transcript. “Granted, I suck at flying, but even this was egregious.”

His colleague replied that they would have to update the description of the system.

“So I basically lied to regulators (unknowingly),” read Forkner’s reply. Forkner did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

That system malfunctioned on both crashed flights, repeatedly pushing the planes’ noses down until their final, fatal dives. All 346 people on both flights were killed.

Pilots at airlines, including American, complained after the crashes that they did not know about the system, known as MCAS, until after the first crash.

Boeing shares fell sharply after the news, reported earlier by Reuters. Boeing’s stock fell more 5% in afternoon trading to an eight-week low of $347.96. The move shaved more than 130 points off the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

The messages add to pressure already piling up on Boeing and CEO Dennis Muilenburg. The company and the FAA are facing several investigations into the plane’s design and software.

The company’s board removed Muilenburg as chairman last week, saying the division of the two roles will help him focus on bringing the plane back to service. Muilenburg is set to testify in front of Congress later this month for the first time since the crashes in two hearings: a Senate commerce committee hearing on Oct. 29 and a House transportation committee panel scheduled for Oct. 30.

The FAA said Boeing discovered the messages “some months ago.” The FAA, which first certified the planes in 2017, said it is “disappointed that Boeing did not bring this document to our attention immediately upon its discovery,” the agency said, adding that it is “reviewing this information to determine what action is appropriate.”


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Unlikely for a Brexit deal to be legally approved by Oct. 31: Prof

Unlikely for a Brexit deal to be legally approved by Oct. 31: Prof5 Hours AgoJonathan Portes of King’s College London says he doesn’t think anyone seriously believes there’s anything more than a small probability that a Brexit deal could be legally approved by end-October. He says it would be “travesty” for the U.K. parliament to “nod this (deal) through” without having time to scrutinize it and its economic impact.


Unlikely for a Brexit deal to be legally approved by Oct. 31: Prof5 Hours AgoJonathan Portes of King’s College London says he doesn’t think anyone seriously believes there’s anything more than a small probability that a Brexit deal could be legally approved by end-October.
He says it would be “travesty” for the U.K. parliament to “nod this (deal) through” without having time to scrutinize it and its economic impact.
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Unlikely for a Brexit deal to be legally approved by Oct. 31: Prof

Unlikely for a Brexit deal to be legally approved by Oct. 31: Prof

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Jonathan Portes of King’s College London says he doesn’t think anyone seriously believes there’s anything more than a small probability that a Brexit deal could be legally approved by end-October. He says it would be “travesty” for the U.K. parliament to “nod this (deal) through” without having time to scrutinize it and its economic impact.


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