Google now lets you assign tasks and send pop-up reminders to family members — here’s how

Google on Thursday announced a new feature for Google Assistant that lets you remind family members, or other people in your home, to do something. They’ll see the request on their phone as a reminder, or on the main screen of the Google Home Hub, as pictured above. For instance, you can say, “OK Google, remind Todd to pick up cheese on his way home,” or even something more specific that includes the location: “OK Google, remind Todd to pick up cheese when he gets to Trader Joe’s.” It only works


Google on Thursday announced a new feature for Google Assistant that lets you remind family members, or other people in your home, to do something. They’ll see the request on their phone as a reminder, or on the main screen of the Google Home Hub, as pictured above. For instance, you can say, “OK Google, remind Todd to pick up cheese on his way home,” or even something more specific that includes the location: “OK Google, remind Todd to pick up cheese when he gets to Trader Joe’s.” It only works
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Google now lets you assign tasks and send pop-up reminders to family members — here's how

Google on Thursday announced a new feature for Google Assistant that lets you remind family members, or other people in your home, to do something.

So, you can ask your spouse to pick up milk on their way home from work, for example, or remind a housemate it’s their turn to clean the dishes. They’ll see the request on their phone as a reminder, or on the main screen of the Google Home Hub, as pictured above.

For instance, you can say, “OK Google, remind Todd to pick up cheese on his way home,” or even something more specific that includes the location: “OK Google, remind Todd to pick up cheese when he gets to Trader Joe’s.” Then, Todd will get that reminder when he arrives at Trader Joe’s, or when he gets in the car on the way home. You can also add a specific time.

It only works with people in your family group, which you can configure on Google’s Family website. Anybody you try to add must accept your invitation — so you can’t use this feature to assign tasks to contacts without their permission.

The new assigned reminders feature is coming to phones, smart displays and speakers with Google Assistant installed, starting in the U.S., U.K, and Australia. It only supports English right now.

I noticed it’s not yet active for me, on my Android phone or Google Home Hub, but Google said it’s rolling out over the next few weeks, so check back if you don’t see it yet.


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3 groceries you should always buy at Trader Joe’s instead of Aldi

Trader Joe’s offers some great competition, typically coming in only pennies higher than Aldi on almost all of its grocery prices. Trader Joe’s prices even beat budget retailer Aldi. Trader Joe’s sells crumbled feta cheese in a 6-ounce package for $2.69, and an organic crumbled version for $3.49. NutsMegan Leonhardt | CNBCIf you’re serious about snacking, then head to Trader Joe’s to pick up almonds, cashews and peanuts. Trader Joe’s offers 16-ounce packages of organic raw almonds and cashews fo


Trader Joe’s offers some great competition, typically coming in only pennies higher than Aldi on almost all of its grocery prices. Trader Joe’s prices even beat budget retailer Aldi. Trader Joe’s sells crumbled feta cheese in a 6-ounce package for $2.69, and an organic crumbled version for $3.49. NutsMegan Leonhardt | CNBCIf you’re serious about snacking, then head to Trader Joe’s to pick up almonds, cashews and peanuts. Trader Joe’s offers 16-ounce packages of organic raw almonds and cashews fo
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3 groceries you should always buy at Trader Joe's instead of Aldi

Grocery chain, Trader Joe’s, is made popular with its selection of gourmet, vegetarian and organic food options.

Aldi is known for its rock-bottom prices, and when it comes to most grocery staples, the German-based retailer is tough to beat. But not always. Trader Joe’s offers some great competition, typically coming in only pennies higher than Aldi on almost all of its grocery prices. And on several items, Trader Joe’s not only wins on price, the retailer also offers a much better selection than Aldi. CNBC Make It compared prices of Northern New Jersey locations of Trader Joe’s and Aldi. New Jersey liquor laws do not allow in-store alcohol sales, so we weren’t able to put wine prices to the test. Beyond wine, here’s what you should always be stocking up on at Trader Joe’s.

Fancy cheese

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Trader Joe’s not only stocks a wide variety of specialty and imported cheeses, the California-based chain sells varieties at prices that won’t break your budget (unless of course you buy them all at once). Trader Joe’s prices even beat budget retailer Aldi. Trader Joe’s sells crumbled feta cheese in a 6-ounce package for $2.69, and an organic crumbled version for $3.49. Aldi’s regular and organic crumbled feta sells for 10 cents and 17 cents more per ounce. Trader Joe’s also offers a lot of unique cheeses that you can’t find elsewhere. Its Unexpected Cheddar Cheese regularly earns praise and it’s only $3.99 for a 7-ounce package. The cheese was even voted a favorite in the chain’s annual customer choice survey. If you’re looking for more basic cheeses, however, head to Aldi. The chain’s shredded cheeses, including mild cheddar and mozzarella, as well as blocks of Monterey Jack and Swiss are practically a steal.

Nuts

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If you’re serious about snacking, then head to Trader Joe’s to pick up almonds, cashews and peanuts. In the nuts department, Trader Joe’s beats Aldi on both selection and price. Trader Joe’s offers 16-ounce packages of organic raw almonds and cashews for $4.99 and $7.99, respectively. Aldi sells 10-ounce packages of raw organic almonds for $8.89 and 14-ounce package of raw organic cashews for $7.99.

Olive oil

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5 groceries that are cheaper at Aldi than Trader Joe’s

If you’re shopping at Trader Joe’s to score the best prices, chances are, you’re getting a pretty good deal. “Aldi, happily, has a lot of good quality, good-tasting products at good prices,” John Karolefski, grocery store analyst and editor of Grocery Stories, tells CNBC Make It. It’s a strategy similar to the one used by Trader Joe’s, but Aldi is able to beat their prices because it also takes a stripped-down approach in its stores. It’s worth noting that Aldi U.S. and Trader Joe’s are independ


If you’re shopping at Trader Joe’s to score the best prices, chances are, you’re getting a pretty good deal. “Aldi, happily, has a lot of good quality, good-tasting products at good prices,” John Karolefski, grocery store analyst and editor of Grocery Stories, tells CNBC Make It. It’s a strategy similar to the one used by Trader Joe’s, but Aldi is able to beat their prices because it also takes a stripped-down approach in its stores. It’s worth noting that Aldi U.S. and Trader Joe’s are independ
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5 groceries that are cheaper at Aldi than Trader Joe's

If you’re shopping at Trader Joe’s to score the best prices, chances are, you’re getting a pretty good deal. But there are several everyday items you may be surprised to find are cheaper at Aldi.

“Aldi, happily, has a lot of good quality, good-tasting products at good prices,” John Karolefski, grocery store analyst and editor of Grocery Stories, tells CNBC Make It. “It’s one of the reasons they’ve been so successful in the U.S.”

Part of the secret to the store’s low prices is that the vast majority of their products are private label, so you’re not paying for the marketing and advertising that many brands use to attract customers.

It’s a strategy similar to the one used by Trader Joe’s, but Aldi is able to beat their prices because it also takes a stripped-down approach in its stores. There are few frills: Products are shelved in the shipping boxes they arrived in, there are fewer employees around the store to help customers, you need to bring and bag your own groceries and you rent your shopping cart for a quarter to ensure you bring it back.

It’s worth noting that Aldi U.S. and Trader Joe’s are independently operated companies with distinct but once-related corporate parents. It could be said that Aldi and Trader Joe’s are “estranged cousins.”

Next time you’re heading to the grocery store, here are five items to try purchasing from Aldi to save a bit more on your grocery budget.


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Ex-Scotia Capital, Bear Stearns precious metals trader pleads guilty, will cooperate with feds in ‘spoofing’ probe

A former trader at Scotia Capital and Bear Stearns pleaded guilty Thursday to a federal crime and admitted manipulating precious metals markets for nine years — the latest in a series of crackdowns in the commodities markets by the Justice Department. Flaum worked at Scotia Capital from 2010 to 2016, and the defunct investment bank Bear Stearns from 2006 to 2008, according to FINRA’s BrokerCheck system. The goal of spoofing is to affect the price of the commodity and thus benefit a preexisting t


A former trader at Scotia Capital and Bear Stearns pleaded guilty Thursday to a federal crime and admitted manipulating precious metals markets for nine years — the latest in a series of crackdowns in the commodities markets by the Justice Department. Flaum worked at Scotia Capital from 2010 to 2016, and the defunct investment bank Bear Stearns from 2006 to 2008, according to FINRA’s BrokerCheck system. The goal of spoofing is to affect the price of the commodity and thus benefit a preexisting t
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Ex-Scotia Capital, Bear Stearns precious metals trader pleads guilty, will cooperate with feds in 'spoofing' probe

A former trader at Scotia Capital and Bear Stearns pleaded guilty Thursday to a federal crime and admitted manipulating precious metals markets for nine years — the latest in a series of crackdowns in the commodities markets by the Justice Department.

The trader, Corey Flaum, 41, of Mount Kisco, New York, is cooperating with an ongoing federal criminal investigation, officials said as they announced his guilty plea to one count of attempted commodities price manipulation in U.S. District Court in Brooklyn.

Flaum during his guilty plea admitted that from approximately June 2007 and July 2016 he “placed thousands of orders to manipulate the prices of gold, silver, platinum and palladium futures contracts,” according to the Justice Department.

Flaum worked at Scotia Capital from 2010 to 2016, and the defunct investment bank Bear Stearns from 2006 to 2008, according to FINRA’s BrokerCheck system. He is scheduled to be sentenced Oct. 29.

Scotia Capital declined to comment when contacted by CNBC. Flaum did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Flaum was one of two former precious metals traders who separately Thursday agreed to settle regulatory charges filed by the Commodities Futures Trading Commission for a banned market manipulation strategy known as spoofing.

That strategy involves placing trade orders with the intent to cancel them before they can be executed. The goal of spoofing is to affect the price of the commodity and thus benefit a preexisting trading position.

The CFTC order notes that Flaum “and others at the Banks [where he had worked] engaged in manipulative and deceptive conduct by engaging in the practice of ‘spoofing.'”

The other trader who settled with the CFTC on Thursday, former J.P. Morgan employee John Edmonds, pleaded guilty in federal court in Connecticut in October to crimes related to manipulating metals markets.

Edmonds, who has yet to be sentenced in his criminal case, and several other traders who likewise have pleaded guilty to spoofing-related crimes are also cooperating with federal prosecutors in ongoing probes of major banks.

In the past five years, federal prosecutors have lodged 11 spoofing cases against 15 defendants.


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A trader is making a big bet on a scary market downturn in the next four weeks

On Wednesday, a big trader, perhaps the infamous trader know as “Fifty Cent” (named for his/her propensity to buy VIX call options worth 50 cents), bought some 261,000 VIX calls at the August 21st expiry 20 strike calls. (The CBOE Volatility Index is called the stock market’s fear gauge, tracking the price of options on the S&P 500. So this is a big bet on a quick market downturn.) Source: Investitute.comThese calls hit 50 cents on Thursday, at one point representing a paper profit of $4.4 milli


On Wednesday, a big trader, perhaps the infamous trader know as “Fifty Cent” (named for his/her propensity to buy VIX call options worth 50 cents), bought some 261,000 VIX calls at the August 21st expiry 20 strike calls. (The CBOE Volatility Index is called the stock market’s fear gauge, tracking the price of options on the S&P 500. So this is a big bet on a quick market downturn.) Source: Investitute.comThese calls hit 50 cents on Thursday, at one point representing a paper profit of $4.4 milli
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A trader is making a big bet on a scary market downturn in the next four weeks

On Wednesday, a big trader, perhaps the infamous trader know as “Fifty Cent” (named for his/her propensity to buy VIX call options worth 50 cents), bought some 261,000 VIX calls at the August 21st expiry 20 strike calls.

(The CBOE Volatility Index is called the stock market’s fear gauge, tracking the price of options on the S&P 500. When it goes up, the market usually goes down. These call options are not in the money until the so-called VIX pops more than 50% from here. So this is a big bet on a quick market downturn.)

As you can see, in blocks ranging from 110,000 to over 25,000 they bought those August calls for 33 cents up to 35 cents.

Source: Investitute.com

These calls hit 50 cents on Thursday, at one point representing a paper profit of $4.4 million.

Next, right away on Thursday a trader was back as our computers tracked the VIX September 24 calls traded in big blocks, starting with 46,752 contracts where two blocks of that size hit in the first hour of trade. A total on the day of 110,000 calls for 63 cents.

Clearly the trader is pressing her or his advantage as the VIX popped 9% midday Thursday.


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Trader who called the AMD breakout sees another 50% rally for the chip stock

There’s an even larger rally ahead for AMD, says Gordon. AMD would need to rally another 48% to hit the upper end of that trend channel at $50. It would also mark a record high — AMD last hit a peak of $48.50 in mid-2000. Gordon is putting on a trade to capture a move up to that resistance level. This is a bet AMD can move as high as $45 a share through to the expiration of the options contract.


There’s an even larger rally ahead for AMD, says Gordon. AMD would need to rally another 48% to hit the upper end of that trend channel at $50. It would also mark a record high — AMD last hit a peak of $48.50 in mid-2000. Gordon is putting on a trade to capture a move up to that resistance level. This is a bet AMD can move as high as $45 a share through to the expiration of the options contract.
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Trader who called the AMD breakout sees another 50% rally for the chip stock

One semiconductor stock has soared above the rest in the past three months.

Advanced Micro Devices has exploded 21% higher since mid-April, making it the best performer on the SMH semiconductor ETF over the stretch and adding to massive gains for the year.

Todd Gordon, founder of TradingAnalysis.com, got it right. He said the rally would keep on roaring back in May.

“It’s had a pretty significant breakout period here,” Gordon told CNBC’s “Trading Nation ” on Tuesday.

On May 28, Gordon put on a 30/34 call spread that would have made the most profit if AMD ended as high as $34 by its July 19 expiration. AMD broke above $34 this week and has rallied nearly 30% since that call.

There’s an even larger rally ahead for AMD, says Gordon.

“This is beginning to sort of develop into a generational breakout in AMD,” he explained. “Look at the 2000 peak. We have a series of descending tops here which are lining up quite well, and as you can see, we’re beginning to poke our head above that downtrend resistance level that’s sourced from 19 years ago.”

By charting the upward trend channel, Gordon has identified a level of resistance on the upper end.

“The resistance levels should come in approximately in the $50 region if we extend this higher,” he said. “A potential technical ceiling won’t come in until about $50.”

AMD would need to rally another 48% to hit the upper end of that trend channel at $50. It would also mark a record high — AMD last hit a peak of $48.50 in mid-2000.

Gordon is putting on a trade to capture a move up to that resistance level. He is buying the Oct. 18 expiration 35 call and selling the 45 call. This is a bet AMD can move as high as $45 a share through to the expiration of the options contract.

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Here’s the key level bitcoin needs to hold to head higher

Bitcoin could get a boost if one key level holds, according to trader Jim Iuorio. The $3,000 drop occurred around the time that Coinbase, a trading platform for cryptocurrencies including bitcoin, saw a brief outage. But Iuorio, managing director of TJM Institutional Services and a longtime futures and options trader, says there’s still hope for bitcoin despite its volatile tendencies. “Granted, I didn’t know it was going to go back and test that $10,000 [level] so quickly, but I still think I’m


Bitcoin could get a boost if one key level holds, according to trader Jim Iuorio. The $3,000 drop occurred around the time that Coinbase, a trading platform for cryptocurrencies including bitcoin, saw a brief outage. But Iuorio, managing director of TJM Institutional Services and a longtime futures and options trader, says there’s still hope for bitcoin despite its volatile tendencies. “Granted, I didn’t know it was going to go back and test that $10,000 [level] so quickly, but I still think I’m
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Here's the key level bitcoin needs to hold to head higher

Bitcoin could get a boost if one key level holds, according to trader Jim Iuorio.

The digital currency, which is up nearly 200% this year, has seen massive price swings this week, hitting a 17-month high Wednesday before crashing on Thursday afternoon. The $3,000 drop occurred around the time that Coinbase, a trading platform for cryptocurrencies including bitcoin, saw a brief outage.

But Iuorio, managing director of TJM Institutional Services and a longtime futures and options trader, says there’s still hope for bitcoin despite its volatile tendencies.

“I said yesterday that as long as it stayed above $10,000, I still think it has some decent upside,” Iuorio said Thursday on CNBC’s “Futures Now.” “Granted, I didn’t know it was going to go back and test that $10,000 [level] so quickly, but I still think I’m looking now for some sort of constructive pattern for it to go higher.”

Still, Iuorio acknowledged that some investors may indeed be deterred by the chaotic action in bitcoin.

“The size and the speed of the rally was unsustainable, and the size and the speed of the correction was even worse,” he said. “But what something like that just does is it shakes out the weak hands and reminds people that there’s risk. This is, I hate to say, a healthy movement in something that’s gone as far as it is. … This is what has to happen. I think it could easily gather itself above the $10,000 level and resume what it was doing before.”


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Criminal sentencing of former JP Morgan Chase precious metals trader delayed as federal probe continues

The criminal sentencing of former J.P. Morgan Chase precious metals trader John Edmonds has been postponed six more months, to December, as federal investigators continue to probe possible manipulation of metals markets. Edmonds, 37, pleaded guilty in October in Connecticut federal court to working with other “unnamed co-conspirators” to manipulate the prices of gold, silver, platinum and palladium futures contracts between 2009 and 2015 while employed at J.P. Morgan. The New York City man admit


The criminal sentencing of former J.P. Morgan Chase precious metals trader John Edmonds has been postponed six more months, to December, as federal investigators continue to probe possible manipulation of metals markets. Edmonds, 37, pleaded guilty in October in Connecticut federal court to working with other “unnamed co-conspirators” to manipulate the prices of gold, silver, platinum and palladium futures contracts between 2009 and 2015 while employed at J.P. Morgan. The New York City man admit
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Criminal sentencing of former JP Morgan Chase precious metals trader delayed as federal probe continues

People pass a sign for JPMorgan Chase at it’s headquarters in Manhattan, New York City.

The criminal sentencing of former J.P. Morgan Chase precious metals trader John Edmonds has been postponed six more months, to December, as federal investigators continue to probe possible manipulation of metals markets.

Edmonds, 37, pleaded guilty in October in Connecticut federal court to working with other “unnamed co-conspirators” to manipulate the prices of gold, silver, platinum and palladium futures contracts between 2009 and 2015 while employed at J.P. Morgan.

The New York City man admitted learning illegal trading tactics from senior traders — and to using those tactics with the knowledge and consent of supervisors.

His sentencing has been postponed twice, suggesting he is continuing to cooperate with prosecutors in their investigation. No one else has been charged.

Edmonds’ attorney could not be reached for comment.

On the heels of his plea, multiple lawsuits were filed against J.P. Morgan and the bank’s metals traders accusing the bank of illegally manipulating precious metals markets for years. Edmonds’ admissions also echo allegations made in a similar, 2015 suit filed against the bank by a hedge fund manager and two commodity traders.

All of the lawsuits were put on hold until May 31 by the federal judges overseeing each case at the request of prosecutors, who argued they could interfere with the criminal probe.

Prosecutors plan to request an extension of the stay in the civil suit proceedings, a source said.

J.P. Morgan for the first time in February mentioned the legal actions in a financial disclosure, saying “various authorities, including the Department of Justice’s Criminal Division, are conducting investigations relating to trading practices in the precious metals markets and related conduct. The Firm is responding to and cooperating with these investigations.”

J.P. Morgan declined to comment when contacted by CNBC.


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Why this trader says Twitter has more upside potential than Facebook, Snap

Why this trader says Twitter has more upside potential than Facebook, Snap4 Hours AgoMatt Maley of Miller Tabak and Chad Morganlander of Washington Crossing Advisors discuss how social media stocks, like Twitter and Facebook, are trading, with CNBC’s Kelly Evans.


Why this trader says Twitter has more upside potential than Facebook, Snap4 Hours AgoMatt Maley of Miller Tabak and Chad Morganlander of Washington Crossing Advisors discuss how social media stocks, like Twitter and Facebook, are trading, with CNBC’s Kelly Evans.
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Why this trader says Twitter has more upside potential than Facebook, Snap

Why this trader says Twitter has more upside potential than Facebook, Snap

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Matt Maley of Miller Tabak and Chad Morganlander of Washington Crossing Advisors discuss how social media stocks, like Twitter and Facebook, are trading, with CNBC’s Kelly Evans.


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Boeing’s about to break below a key level, and here’s how one trader is playing the drop

There’s more trouble ahead for Boeing shares as the stock now faces a key level, according to TradingAnalysis.com founder Todd Gordon. “So resistance seems to be in place to attack this yellow line here, which is the 200-day moving average.” He says the stock could not only fall below its 200-day moving average, it could actually fall to around $340, which it hit in January. Gordon is buying the April 26 weekly 360-strike put and selling the April 26 weekly 340-strike put, and then pairing that


There’s more trouble ahead for Boeing shares as the stock now faces a key level, according to TradingAnalysis.com founder Todd Gordon. “So resistance seems to be in place to attack this yellow line here, which is the 200-day moving average.” He says the stock could not only fall below its 200-day moving average, it could actually fall to around $340, which it hit in January. Gordon is buying the April 26 weekly 360-strike put and selling the April 26 weekly 340-strike put, and then pairing that
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Boeing's about to break below a key level, and here's how one trader is playing the drop

There’s more trouble ahead for Boeing shares as the stock now faces a key level, according to TradingAnalysis.com founder Todd Gordon.

On Tuesday, shares of Boeing dropped more than 1 percent after the company saw deliveries and orders on its 737 jets plummet in the first quarter.

The stock is down more than 17 percent from its high on March 1, and as it approaches its 200-day moving average, Gordon suggests a break below could open up the flood gates to more pain.

“We’ve bounced from the 200-day moving average, traded up to $400, and you’ll notice that we’ve failed at that $400 mark, which is that gap down at the beginning of that new cycle,” he said Tuesday on CNBC’s “Trading Nation.” “So resistance seems to be in place to attack this yellow line here, which is the 200-day moving average.”

As a result, Gordon wants to short Boeing going into the company’s earnings report on April 24. He says the stock could not only fall below its 200-day moving average, it could actually fall to around $340, which it hit in January.

Since he’s not looking for “an all-out collapse” for shares of Boeing, Gordon says, he wants to play the stock using an options butterfly. In this case, he is using the combination of a put debit spread and a put credit spread.

Gordon is buying the April 26 weekly 360-strike put and selling the April 26 weekly 340-strike put, and then pairing that with the sale of the April 26 weekly 340-strike put and the purchase of the April 26 weekly 320-strike put. With this trade, Gordon is essentially betting that Boeing is headed to around the $340 level, at which he would make the most profit on his trade.

If Boeing shares were to close above $360 or below $320 on April 26 expiration, Gordon would lose a maximum of $279. But if Boeing were to close at $340 on April 26 expiration, then Gordon would make a maximum profit of $1,700.

Shares of Boeing were trading at $369.03 on Tuesday. The stock is down 16 percent from its 2019 high that it hit on March 1.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-09  Authors: annie pei, steve parsons, pa images, getty images, david paul morris, bloomberg, source, adam jeffery, han haiden, visual china group
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