Payments company Square drops 10 percent amid a broader sell-off in once-loved technology stocks

Shares of payments company Square dropped 10 percent Monday as major tech stocks struggled to find footing. Square’s stock fell 10 percent to roughly $63 after, bringing its one-month losses to 14 percent. Last week, Square said in a securities filing that its finance chief Sarah Friar would leave a few weeks earlier than expected. Square offers bitcoin trading through its popular Square Cash app and said it generated $43 million in revenue from the cryptocurrency in the third quarter. Apple, Am


Shares of payments company Square dropped 10 percent Monday as major tech stocks struggled to find footing. Square’s stock fell 10 percent to roughly $63 after, bringing its one-month losses to 14 percent. Last week, Square said in a securities filing that its finance chief Sarah Friar would leave a few weeks earlier than expected. Square offers bitcoin trading through its popular Square Cash app and said it generated $43 million in revenue from the cryptocurrency in the third quarter. Apple, Am
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Payments company Square drops 10 percent amid a broader sell-off in once-loved technology stocks

Shares of payments company Square dropped 10 percent Monday as major tech stocks struggled to find footing.

Square’s stock fell 10 percent to roughly $63 after, bringing its one-month losses to 14 percent. Shares of the San Francisco-based company, run by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, had been on a tear for most of this year and are still up 80 percent since January.

Last week, Square said in a securities filing that its finance chief Sarah Friar would leave a few weeks earlier than expected. Square had announced in October that Friar had accepted a job as CEO of social-networking firm Nextdoor.com, and would stay in her role as CFO until December. On Thursday though, the fintech company said her last day would be November 16 because she wanted to spend more time with her family, according to the SEC filing.

Timothy Murphy and Mohit Daswani, two executives from the company’s finance department, will serve as interim Co-CFOs until Friar’s role is permanently filled. Square board member and former Goldman Sachs finance chief David Viniar is overseeing the search.

The company also said in a securities filing Jack Dorsey had sold roughly 130,000 shares, worth about $7.4 million at the time, in a pre-scheduled sale last week.

Bitcoin was also lower Monday and fell below $5,000 for the first time since last October. Square offers bitcoin trading through its popular Square Cash app and said it generated $43 million in revenue from the cryptocurrency in the third quarter.

Square is well-known in the payments sector for its credit card processor, payment hardware and popular Cash app but has also moved into small business lending through Square Capital.

Apple, Amazon and Facebook also weighed on markets Monday with the S&P technology sector pulling back 3.9 percent. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 500 points, while the S&P 500 dropped 2 percent.


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In bigger crackdown of crypto abuses, SEC goes after unregistered coin offerings

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced its first civil penalties on Friday against crypto founders who failed to register new coin offerings, part of a bigger regulatory and legal crackdown aimed at abuses and outright fraud in the growing digital currency industry. The SEC said it settled separate cases with start-ups companies Airfox and Paragon, which raised more than $10 million each in initial coin offerings that weren’t registered. The settlement comes a week after the agency not


The Securities and Exchange Commission announced its first civil penalties on Friday against crypto founders who failed to register new coin offerings, part of a bigger regulatory and legal crackdown aimed at abuses and outright fraud in the growing digital currency industry. The SEC said it settled separate cases with start-ups companies Airfox and Paragon, which raised more than $10 million each in initial coin offerings that weren’t registered. The settlement comes a week after the agency not
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In bigger crackdown of crypto abuses, SEC goes after unregistered coin offerings

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced its first civil penalties on Friday against crypto founders who failed to register new coin offerings, part of a bigger regulatory and legal crackdown aimed at abuses and outright fraud in the growing digital currency industry.

The SEC said it settled separate cases with start-ups companies Airfox and Paragon, which raised more than $10 million each in initial coin offerings that weren’t registered. They have agreed to pay penalties, register their tokens as securities, file periodic reports with the agency and return funds to any harmed investors, according to the SEC.

The settlement comes a week after the agency notched another “first,” setting charges that a crypto firm called EtherDelta was operating as an unregistered exchange.

The cases underscore the SEC’s insistence that the relatively new digital financial products must follow traditional securities rules.

“We have made it clear that companies that issue securities through ICOs are required to comply with existing statutes and rules governing the registration of securities,” Stephanie Avakian, the SEC’s co-director of enforcement, said in a statement. “These cases tell those who are considering taking similar actions that we continue to be on the lookout for violations of the federal securities laws with respect to digital assets.”

On Thursday, federal prosecutors in New York announced a guilty plea by a man who defrauded investors with two cryptocurrencies he founded during the initial coin offering boom.

Maksim Zaslavkiy, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit securities fraud after raising money for two virtual currencies known as “REcoin” and “Diamond.” Zaslavskiy admitted to tricking investors into buying the digital tokens by claiming they were backed by real estate and diamonds.

In reality, the certificates he sent to investors were not backed by blockchain technology. Zaslavskiy also had none of the promised jewels or land to back those investments, according a statement from the Department of Justice.

Thirty nine-year-old Zaslavkiy tried earlier this year to dismiss the case against him by arguing that cryptocurrencies he created were not securities for the purpose of criminal law. That was shot down by a judge in Brooklyn in September.

A key part of Zaslavkiy’s argument at the time was that current laws around crypto are “unconstitutionally vague.” U.S. district judge Raymond Dearie disagreed. The judge stopped short of defining RECoin and Diamond as securities, but Dearie did say the jury should be able to assess them using existing laws.

“The calculated lies of Zaslavskiy and others led unsuspecting investors who thought they were purchasing cryptocurrency securities to buy worthless certificates,” United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, Richard P. Donoghue said in a statement. “This Office will continue to aggressively prosecute those who exploit and defraud investors, whether through traditional means of securities fraud, or new forms – such as the use of purported cryptocurrency offerings and blockchain technology.”


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The trade war could ‘escalate further’ into 2019: TD Securities

The trade war could ‘escalate further’ into 2019: TD Securities9:45 PM ET Wed, 14 Nov 2018It’s still going to be a “struggle” to get a “concrete trade deal” between the U.S. and China, says Mitul Kotecha of TD Securities.


The trade war could ‘escalate further’ into 2019: TD Securities9:45 PM ET Wed, 14 Nov 2018It’s still going to be a “struggle” to get a “concrete trade deal” between the U.S. and China, says Mitul Kotecha of TD Securities.
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The trade war could 'escalate further' into 2019: TD Securities

The trade war could ‘escalate further’ into 2019: TD Securities

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It’s still going to be a “struggle” to get a “concrete trade deal” between the U.S. and China, says Mitul Kotecha of TD Securities.


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US sues UBS over alleged crisis-era mortgage securities fraud

The U.S. government on Thursday filed a civil fraud lawsuit accusing UBS Group, Switzerland’s largest bank, of defrauding investors in its sale of residential mortgage-backed securities leading up to the 2008-2009 global financial crisis. While UBS was not a big originator of U.S. residential home loans, U.S. Attorney Richard Donoghue in Brooklyn said investors suffered “catastrophic losses” from the bank’s failure to fully disclose the risks of mortgage securities it helped sell. A UBS spokesma


The U.S. government on Thursday filed a civil fraud lawsuit accusing UBS Group, Switzerland’s largest bank, of defrauding investors in its sale of residential mortgage-backed securities leading up to the 2008-2009 global financial crisis. While UBS was not a big originator of U.S. residential home loans, U.S. Attorney Richard Donoghue in Brooklyn said investors suffered “catastrophic losses” from the bank’s failure to fully disclose the risks of mortgage securities it helped sell. A UBS spokesma
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US sues UBS over alleged crisis-era mortgage securities fraud

The U.S. government on Thursday filed a civil fraud lawsuit accusing UBS Group, Switzerland’s largest bank, of defrauding investors in its sale of residential mortgage-backed securities leading up to the 2008-2009 global financial crisis.

UBS was accused of misleading investors about the quality of more than $41 billion of subprime and other risky mortgage loans backing 40 securities offerings in 2006 and 2007, the Department of Justice said in a complaint filed with the federal court in Brooklyn.

The lawsuit came after UBS rejected a government proposal that it pay nearly $2 billion to settle, according to a person familiar with the talks who was not authorized to speak publicly about them.

While UBS was not a big originator of U.S. residential home loans, U.S. Attorney Richard Donoghue in Brooklyn said investors suffered “catastrophic losses” from the bank’s failure to fully disclose the risks of mortgage securities it helped sell.

A UBS spokesman and a Justice Department spokeswoman declined to comment on the settlement talks, but the bank said it will fight the lawsuit.

“The DOJ’s claims are not supported by the facts or the law,” it said in a statement. “UBS is confident in its legal position and has been fully prepared for some time to defend itself in court.”

U.S. officials are seeking unspecified fines against UBS under a federal law allowing it to pursue penalties up to the amounts the bank gained or others lost from alleged misconduct.

The case is one of the last addressing alleged misconduct in the pooling and sale by large banks of mortgage securities that were a major cause of the financial crisis.

Bank of America, Barclays, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley and Royal Bank of Scotland previously settled.


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UBS expects to be sued by US Justice Department over crisis-era mortgage securities

The U.S. Department of Justice did not immediately respond to a request for comment. UBS said it had been advised by the Justice Department that the law enforcement agency intends to file the civil complaint. It anticipates the Justice Department will seek unspecified monetary penalties regarding the mortgage securities, which date back to 2006 and 2007. The lawsuit would be among the last actions over misconduct in the sale and pooling of mortgage securities which helped to cause the financial


The U.S. Department of Justice did not immediately respond to a request for comment. UBS said it had been advised by the Justice Department that the law enforcement agency intends to file the civil complaint. It anticipates the Justice Department will seek unspecified monetary penalties regarding the mortgage securities, which date back to 2006 and 2007. The lawsuit would be among the last actions over misconduct in the sale and pooling of mortgage securities which helped to cause the financial
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UBS expects to be sued by US Justice Department over crisis-era mortgage securities

UBS Group, Switzerland’s largest bank, said it expects to be sued by the U.S. Department of Justice as early as Thursday on civil charges related to the sale of mortgage-backed securities in the run-up to the 2008-2009 financial crisis, according to a company statement.

The bank said the claims were not supported by the facts or the law and it would contest any such complaint “vigorously.”

The U.S. Department of Justice did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

UBS said it had been advised by the Justice Department that the law enforcement agency intends to file the civil complaint.

It anticipates the Justice Department will seek unspecified monetary penalties regarding the mortgage securities, which date back to 2006 and 2007.

The lawsuit would be among the last actions over misconduct in the sale and pooling of mortgage securities which helped to cause the financial crisis.

The Department of Justice has settled similar claims with Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan Chase, Credit Suisse Group, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America and Barclays.

Barclays settled for $2 billion in March after resisting a penalty the U.S. government sought near the end of the Obama administration in 2016. Justice had sought a much higher fine at the time and, when the two sides could not come to terms, the department filed a lawsuit.

More recently, HSBC Holdings agreed to pay $765 million last month to settle with the Justice Department over its sale of defective mortgage securities before the crisis, while major player Royal Bank of Scotland Group reached a $4.9 billion deal in May.


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Buy Roku on the dip: ‘Exceptional platform’ to drive double-digit upside, says analyst

Roku’s stock presents a compelling buying opportunity, according to Wedbush Securities, which upgraded the video streaming company to outperform from neutral on Thursday. Analyst Michael Pachter told clients in a note that the recent pullback in the company’s shares offered savvy investors a good entry point.


Roku’s stock presents a compelling buying opportunity, according to Wedbush Securities, which upgraded the video streaming company to outperform from neutral on Thursday. Analyst Michael Pachter told clients in a note that the recent pullback in the company’s shares offered savvy investors a good entry point.
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Buy Roku on the dip: 'Exceptional platform' to drive double-digit upside, says analyst

Roku’s stock presents a compelling buying opportunity, according to Wedbush Securities, which upgraded the video streaming company to outperform from neutral on Thursday.

Analyst Michael Pachter told clients in a note that the recent pullback in the company’s shares offered savvy investors a good entry point.


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Chinese securities regulator to enhance market liquidity, encourage share buybacks

China’s securities regulator will encourage share buybacks and mergers and acquisitions by listed firms, it said in a statement on Tuesday responding to market concerns about recent sharp moves in markets. The China Securities Regulatory Commission also said it will enhance market liquidity, reduce unnecessary interference in trading, and create a level playing ground for investors. It added it would guide more long-term capital into the markets.


China’s securities regulator will encourage share buybacks and mergers and acquisitions by listed firms, it said in a statement on Tuesday responding to market concerns about recent sharp moves in markets. The China Securities Regulatory Commission also said it will enhance market liquidity, reduce unnecessary interference in trading, and create a level playing ground for investors. It added it would guide more long-term capital into the markets.
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Chinese securities regulator to enhance market liquidity, encourage share buybacks

China’s securities regulator will encourage share buybacks and mergers and acquisitions by listed firms, it said in a statement on Tuesday responding to market concerns about recent sharp moves in markets.

The China Securities Regulatory Commission also said it will enhance market liquidity, reduce unnecessary interference in trading, and create a level playing ground for investors.

It added it would guide more long-term capital into the markets.


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Tesla’s Elon Musk says his tweet that led to a $20 million fine was ‘worth it’

Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk said the tweet that cost him and the company $20 million in fines each by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commision was “worth it.” The tweet, sent late Friday evening less than an hour before Musk tweeted that he would take a break from Twitter “for a few days,” was in response to a question from a Twitter follower. The Securities and Exchange Commission in September charged Musk, 47, with misleading investors with tweets on August 7 that said he was considering


Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk said the tweet that cost him and the company $20 million in fines each by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commision was “worth it.” The tweet, sent late Friday evening less than an hour before Musk tweeted that he would take a break from Twitter “for a few days,” was in response to a question from a Twitter follower. The Securities and Exchange Commission in September charged Musk, 47, with misleading investors with tweets on August 7 that said he was considering
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Tesla's Elon Musk says his tweet that led to a $20 million fine was 'worth it'

Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk said the tweet that cost him and the company $20 million in fines each by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commision was “worth it.”

The tweet, sent late Friday evening less than an hour before Musk tweeted that he would take a break from Twitter “for a few days,” was in response to a question from a Twitter follower.

The Securities and Exchange Commission in September charged Musk, 47, with misleading investors with tweets on August 7 that said he was considering taking Tesla private at $420 a share and had secured funding. The tweets had no basis in fact, and the ensuing market chaos hurt investors, regulators claimed.

Watch: Reid Hoffman on Elon Musk: ‘I do think he’s learning’ but…


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The fundamentals in Asian markets are ‘deteriorating’: Strategist

The fundamentals in Asian markets are ‘deteriorating’: Strategist19 Hours AgoMark Jolley of CCB International Securities says “too many negatives are stacked up at the moment” for Asia’s markets.


The fundamentals in Asian markets are ‘deteriorating’: Strategist19 Hours AgoMark Jolley of CCB International Securities says “too many negatives are stacked up at the moment” for Asia’s markets.
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The fundamentals in Asian markets are 'deteriorating': Strategist

The fundamentals in Asian markets are ‘deteriorating’: Strategist

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Mark Jolley of CCB International Securities says “too many negatives are stacked up at the moment” for Asia’s markets.


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China’s securities regulator seeks to support market confidence

China’s securities regulator unveiled a series of measures to aid the country’s struggling stock market, saying it would encourage funds to help ease liquidity difficulties at listed companies, and would support share buy-backs. Liu Shiyu, Chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) also said the regulator would encourage private equity funds to buy shares in listed firms and speed up approval for mergers and acquisitions, according to a statement on the CSRC’s official website


China’s securities regulator unveiled a series of measures to aid the country’s struggling stock market, saying it would encourage funds to help ease liquidity difficulties at listed companies, and would support share buy-backs. Liu Shiyu, Chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) also said the regulator would encourage private equity funds to buy shares in listed firms and speed up approval for mergers and acquisitions, according to a statement on the CSRC’s official website
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China's securities regulator seeks to support market confidence

China’s securities regulator unveiled a series of measures to aid the country’s struggling stock market, saying it would encourage funds to help ease liquidity difficulties at listed companies, and would support share buy-backs.

Liu Shiyu, Chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) also said the regulator would encourage private equity funds to buy shares in listed firms and speed up approval for mergers and acquisitions, according to a statement on the CSRC’s official website.

Liu also announced measures to aid private-run businesses, saying the regulator would support the issuance of high-yield bonds and other debt instruments by small and medium-sized companies, and would encourage asset managers to launch funds that invest in equity or debt of private companies.

China’s benchmark Shanghai Composite Index slumped 2.9 percent on Thursday amid worries about the levels of borrowing in the stock market and broader concerns over economic growth. Shanghai stocks extended their declines in early trading on Friday, hitting the lowest level since November 2014.

An increasing number of companies face margin calls as share prices fall.

More than 637 billion shares worth 4.44 trillion yuan ($639.86 billion) were pledged for loans as of Oct. 12, according to Reuters’ calculations based on data from the China Securities Depository and Clearing.

Liu said that regulators encourage various types of investors, including funds run by local governments, private equity funds, and wealth management products managed by brokerages, to help ease liquidity difficulties at listed companies with pledged shares.


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