Dow falls 150 points, heads for 3-day losing streak

Stocks fell for a third straight day on Thursday as Wall Street digested a mixed batch of corporate earnings results. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 150 points, or 0.5%, while the S&P 500 slid 0.4%. Those metrics — which are key for Netflix — offset a better-than-expected earnings per share result for the previous quarter. IBM shares, meanwhile, briefly fell at the open before recovering after the company reported its fourth consecutive revenue decline. Declining sales from IBM’s IT di


Stocks fell for a third straight day on Thursday as Wall Street digested a mixed batch of corporate earnings results. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 150 points, or 0.5%, while the S&P 500 slid 0.4%. Those metrics — which are key for Netflix — offset a better-than-expected earnings per share result for the previous quarter. IBM shares, meanwhile, briefly fell at the open before recovering after the company reported its fourth consecutive revenue decline. Declining sales from IBM’s IT di
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Dow falls 150 points, heads for 3-day losing streak

Stocks fell for a third straight day on Thursday as Wall Street digested a mixed batch of corporate earnings results.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 150 points, or 0.5%, while the S&P 500 slid 0.4%. The Nasdaq Composite lagged, falling 0.6%.

Netflix shares plunged more than 11% after the streaming giant reported a surprise loss in U.S. subscribers coupled with slower-than-expected international membership growth. Those metrics — which are key for Netflix — offset a better-than-expected earnings per share result for the previous quarter.

IBM shares, meanwhile, briefly fell at the open before recovering after the company reported its fourth consecutive revenue decline. Declining sales from IBM’s IT division offset growth in its cloud business.

Morgan Stanley posted better-than-expected quarterly results, driven by its wealth management and fund divisions. The stock rose 0.5%.


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Schwab is reportedly in talks to buy USAA’s wealth management, brokerage units for $2 billion

Amazon is using Prime Day this year to try to win in fashionWhen you think of Prime Day, you might be thinking about deals on Instant Pots and Amazon Echo devices — not half-off dresses and designer heels. But the market for apparel…Retailread more


Amazon is using Prime Day this year to try to win in fashionWhen you think of Prime Day, you might be thinking about deals on Instant Pots and Amazon Echo devices — not half-off dresses and designer heels. But the market for apparel…Retailread more
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Schwab is reportedly in talks to buy USAA's wealth management, brokerage units for $2 billion

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China’s stocks rise as data shows lowest quarterly growth in 27 years

Chinese stocks recovered from an earlier slip to finish the trading day higher on Monday, following the release of GDP data that showed the Chinese economy growing at its slowest pace in at least 27 years. The Shanghai composite added 0.4% to 2,942.19, while the Shenzhen component rose 1.04% to 9,309.42. The Shenzhen composite also gained 1% to 1,572.34. Elsewhere, South Korea’s Kospi ended the trading day in Seoul 0.2% lower at 2,082.48. overall, the MSCI Asia ex-Japan index rose 0.28%.


Chinese stocks recovered from an earlier slip to finish the trading day higher on Monday, following the release of GDP data that showed the Chinese economy growing at its slowest pace in at least 27 years. The Shanghai composite added 0.4% to 2,942.19, while the Shenzhen component rose 1.04% to 9,309.42. The Shenzhen composite also gained 1% to 1,572.34. Elsewhere, South Korea’s Kospi ended the trading day in Seoul 0.2% lower at 2,082.48. overall, the MSCI Asia ex-Japan index rose 0.28%.
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China's stocks rise as data shows lowest quarterly growth in 27 years

Chinese stocks recovered from an earlier slip to finish the trading day higher on Monday, following the release of GDP data that showed the Chinese economy growing at its slowest pace in at least 27 years.

The Shanghai composite added 0.4% to 2,942.19, while the Shenzhen component rose 1.04% to 9,309.42. The Shenzhen composite also gained 1% to 1,572.34.

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index added 0.22%, as of its final hour of trading, with the city still stuck in turmoil surrounding a controversial extradition bill. Meanwhile, the Budweiser initial public offering in Hong Kong, which was set to be the world’s biggest listing of 2019, was canceled by parent company Anheuser-Busch InBev.

Elsewhere, South Korea’s Kospi ended the trading day in Seoul 0.2% lower at 2,082.48.

Over in Australia, the S&P/ASX 200 declined 0.65% to close at 6,653.00 as most sectors slipped. Shares of wealth manager AMP plunged 15.81% after the company said it was “highly unlikely to proceed ” with the sale of its life insurance and wealth protection business.

overall, the MSCI Asia ex-Japan index rose 0.28%.

Markets in Japan were closed on Monday for a holiday.


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This top-performing retail stock has gone parabolic, warns technician

“It looks like a parabolic chart starting to form on both a weekly and a daily basis,” Johnson said on CNBC’s “Trading Nation ” on Thursday. Walmart, another top-performing retail stock, looks set to continue its rise, Johnson adds. Walmart has another fan in Mark Tepper, president of Strategic Wealth Partners, who says the stock deserves a far higher multiple. “With Walmart, I think you’re getting a little bit of Amazon and a little bit of Costco, at a fraction of the multiple.” Walmart trades


“It looks like a parabolic chart starting to form on both a weekly and a daily basis,” Johnson said on CNBC’s “Trading Nation ” on Thursday. Walmart, another top-performing retail stock, looks set to continue its rise, Johnson adds. Walmart has another fan in Mark Tepper, president of Strategic Wealth Partners, who says the stock deserves a far higher multiple. “With Walmart, I think you’re getting a little bit of Amazon and a little bit of Costco, at a fraction of the multiple.” Walmart trades
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This top-performing retail stock has gone parabolic, warns technician

Costco is ringing up massive gains this year.

The big-box retailer has surged 36% in 2019, on track for its best annual performance since 1988 and one of the best performers on the XLP consumer staples ETF.

Watch out for a top here, Piper Jaffray chief market technician Craig Johnson says.

“It looks like a parabolic chart starting to form on both a weekly and a daily basis,” Johnson said on CNBC’s “Trading Nation ” on Thursday. “I’m not going to be chasing this stock in here, but I’d be waiting for this stock to pull back and reset back toward the rising 40-week moving average. So, take some profits in Costco at this point.”

The stock would need to fall 16% to reach its 40-week moving average at around $232. It last traded at that level in March.

Walmart, another top-performing retail stock, looks set to continue its rise, Johnson adds.

“It’s a constructive-looking chart. It’s now starting to break out to new highs,” said Johnson. “We would be a buyer of this breakout. It looks like there is more room for this stock to go. … There’s probably a move up to about $125.”

The retailer could rally another 10% before hitting that $125 level. It would mark another record for the stock.

Walmart has another fan in Mark Tepper, president of Strategic Wealth Partners, who says the stock deserves a far higher multiple.

“You have a company that should be valued more like Amazon and less like Kroger, because they’re really committed to beefing up their digital presence, and they’re doing that by investing in technology, they’re making acquisitions like Jet.com, they’re doing all this stuff so that they can battle Amazon, ” he said.

Walmart reported a 37% sales increase in its U.S. ecommerce segment in the first quarter, though that slowed from 63% in the same quarter a year earlier.

Tepper says a slowing economy should also fuel strong topline growth for the company.

“When you’re late cycle, it’s not unusual to expect consumers to begin to trade down, meaning Target shoppers will become Walmart shoppers,” said Tepper. “With Walmart, I think you’re getting a little bit of Amazon and a little bit of Costco, at a fraction of the multiple.”

Walmart trades at 23 times forward earnings compared with Costco’s 32 times and Amazon’s 60 times multiple.

Disclosure: Strategic Wealth Partners holds Walmart.

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This work perk can help you build wealth — or load you up with taxes and risk

With so-called RSUs, you pay taxes when your holdings vest and you receive the shares. The tax load you’ll owe on your stock options will depend on what you have. Workers don’t pay taxes on incentive stock options at receipt or exercise. Finally, employees with non-qualified stock options pay ordinary income taxes — a top rate of 37% — at exercise. “By looking at each tranche of stock options individually, you’ll have the opportunity to better manage and better diversify your portfolio and get m


With so-called RSUs, you pay taxes when your holdings vest and you receive the shares. The tax load you’ll owe on your stock options will depend on what you have. Workers don’t pay taxes on incentive stock options at receipt or exercise. Finally, employees with non-qualified stock options pay ordinary income taxes — a top rate of 37% — at exercise. “By looking at each tranche of stock options individually, you’ll have the opportunity to better manage and better diversify your portfolio and get m
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This work perk can help you build wealth — or load you up with taxes and risk

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If your employer is giving you ownership shares as part of your pay, you could be accumulating wealth — or you could be ramping up risk. Equity compensation is a way for companies to reward employees who meet certain performance goals and incentivize them to stay. As attractive as this benefit sounds, employees often have a hard time grasping how it works. Just three in 10 people in a recent survey by E*Trade said they understood how to potentially maximize the financial benefits.

The brokerage firm surveyed 60,277 of its corporate clients’ stock plan participants in April. “Understanding an inherently complicated benefit is difficult,” said Scott Whatley, president of E*Trade Corporate Services. This work perk carries a lot of complexity, including a possible tax hit. Failing to fully comprehend your award can come with steep costs, especially if you’re a mid or late-career worker with a hefty wealth concentration in your employer’s stock. “What would you do if all your eggs are in one basket and the value drops 30%?” said Dan Herron, CPA and partner at Better Business Financial Services. “How likely are you to accomplish your retirement plan?”

Knowing what you hold

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Your stock compensation strategy will depend on what you hold. Restricted stock units grant employees shares at a future date. You don’t receive the actual stock holding on the day of grant. Rather, there must be a vesting period first. With so-called RSUs, you pay taxes when your holdings vest and you receive the shares. Stock options allow workers to buy a certain amount of stock at a specified price — known as the strike price — after a vesting period at some point in the future. When you exercise the option, you are buying stock at the strike price. As a result, the option has value when it’s “in the money” — or when the price of the stock at exercise is greater than the strike price. The tax load you’ll owe on your stock options will depend on what you have.

Workers don’t pay taxes on incentive stock options at receipt or exercise. Instead, they pay capital gains taxes after selling the stock they’ve purchased. They may also qualify for preferential long-term capital gains treatment — a top rate of 20% — if they meet a set of rules from the IRS. High income workers with so-called ISOs could be subject to the alternative minimum tax on the difference between the market price and share price at exercise. Talk with your CPA before you proceed. Finally, employees with non-qualified stock options pay ordinary income taxes — a top rate of 37% — at exercise. If your shares appreciate and you sell them, you pay a capital gains tax, too.

Planning is everything

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To manage your holdings, work with your financial advisor or accountant to draft a plan to sell some of your company stock in increments. “These professionals tend to allow their holdings to accumulate over time, and only pay attention when something is about to expire and it forces their hand,” said Tara Thompson Popernik, director of research at AllianceBernstein’s Wealth Strategies Group. What you do with the proceeds is also important: Those approaching retirement could use the money strengthen their cash reserves, or they could reinvest the money and diversify their overall portfolio. More from Personal Finance

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Prepare for sticker shock if haven’t shopped for a new car lately Be mindful of dropping one risky position for another. Indeed, 6 out of 10 participants in the E*Trade study said that when they consider reinvesting their proceeds, they’re thinking of plowing their money into individual stocks. “By looking at each tranche of stock options individually, you’ll have the opportunity to better manage and better diversify your portfolio and get more wealth in the end,” said Popernik.

Develop a plan

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David Bach: This simple chart changed the way I think about money

David Bach: This simple chart changed the way I think about money20 Hours AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. David Bach, co-founder of AE Wealth Management and author of “The Latte Factor,” explains how a simple chart on compound interest changed the way he thought about money.


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David Bach: This simple chart changed the way I think about money

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Foreign exchange is our Brexit hedge, strategist says

Foreign exchange is our Brexit hedge, strategist says15 Hours AgoChris Wyllie, chief investment officer at Connor Broadley Wealth Management, discusses his views on the British pound amid ongoing Brexit uncertainty.


Foreign exchange is our Brexit hedge, strategist says15 Hours AgoChris Wyllie, chief investment officer at Connor Broadley Wealth Management, discusses his views on the British pound amid ongoing Brexit uncertainty.
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Foreign exchange is our Brexit hedge, strategist says

Foreign exchange is our Brexit hedge, strategist says

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5 ways to fight wealth inequality, according to economists

The rise of income inequality and the struggles of so many families to get ahead have shaken American politics across the spectrum. Ideological conservatives warn of a socialist uprising that would ruin American capitalism. With bold and targeted steps, they argue, government can increase opportunity and incomes for many more people in ways that strengthen, not weaken, American capitalism. “I don’t think education by itself is a solution to income inequality,” says MIT’s David Autor. Expanding i


The rise of income inequality and the struggles of so many families to get ahead have shaken American politics across the spectrum. Ideological conservatives warn of a socialist uprising that would ruin American capitalism. With bold and targeted steps, they argue, government can increase opportunity and incomes for many more people in ways that strengthen, not weaken, American capitalism. “I don’t think education by itself is a solution to income inequality,” says MIT’s David Autor. Expanding i
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5 ways to fight wealth inequality, according to economists

The rise of income inequality and the struggles of so many families to get ahead have shaken American politics across the spectrum. President Donald Trump invokes the plight of “the forgotten people.” Liberals call for massive new government programs. Wall Street titan Jamie Dimon proposes “a Marshall Plan for America.” Ideological conservatives warn of a socialist uprising that would ruin American capitalism. But economists who study the issue say it need not come to that. With bold and targeted steps, they argue, government can increase opportunity and incomes for many more people in ways that strengthen, not weaken, American capitalism. Here are five of them:

Bolstering human capital

“We could tax more from all the folks at the top to spend money making investments in the people who are being left behind,” says University of Maryland economist Melissa Kearney. That includes access to affordable health care, job training, apprenticeships and vocational education. Most important is improved basic education, beginning with prekindergarten programs for 3- and 4-year-olds. “I don’t think education by itself is a solution to income inequality,” says MIT’s David Autor. “It’s the best tool in our toolkit.”

Raising wages and returns

Government can make employment more profitable for low-income workers. A higher minimum wage is just one way, and a limited one. “There’s only so much you could do in terms of making workers more expensive without actually harming the people you’re trying to help,” Kearney said. Alternatives include increasing the earned income tax credit and subsidizing child-care services so more low-income parents can work. Easing occupational licensing requirements would smooth the path to more people taking up higher-paying lines of work, and loosening prohibitions against work would boost incomes for millions of Americans now reliant on disability benefits.

Altering corporate governance

In recent decades, the rise of “shareholder capitalism” in the American system has reduced the influence of workers in economic decision-making and enhanced the influence of business owners. Government and corporations can alter the social contract. “The idea that corporations should just maximize profits without any regard to any other objective is fairly recent,” Autor says. “It’s possible to imagine adjustments to the structure of corporate governance that would think a little harder about additional stakeholders and potential beneficiaries aside from just owners.” For example, Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has proposed that workers at a corporation be allowed to elect 40% of the board of directors. Similar arrangements in Germany have resulted in much more limited use of one manifestation of shareholder capitalism — stock buybacks.

Expanding infrastructure

Better roads, bridges and airports can improve productivity and prosperity for business owners and workers alike. So can digital connections to sparsely populated communities the 21st century economy has left behind “Forty percent of rural Americans don’t have access to broadband internet,” Kearney says. “That’s like electricity to a previous generation, so that’s an obvious infrastructure investment that would make a place more conducive to job growth.” At the same time, the cost of a decent home keeps many potential workers from opportunities in economically thriving cities. Relaxed zoning, development subsidies and rental assistance could increase the stock of affordable housing.

Protecting intellectual property


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Bill would wipe out most of the country’s outstanding student loan debt

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren isn’t waiting for the election to push forward her proposal to erase the majority of the country’s outstanding student debt. In a post on Medium in April, Warren introduced her campaign proposal to eliminate student debt. Borrowers with household incomes under $100,000 would be eligible to have $50,000 of their student debt scrubbed. For example, Warren writes, “a person with household income of $130,000 gets $40,000 in cancellation, while a per


Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren isn’t waiting for the election to push forward her proposal to erase the majority of the country’s outstanding student debt. In a post on Medium in April, Warren introduced her campaign proposal to eliminate student debt. Borrowers with household incomes under $100,000 would be eligible to have $50,000 of their student debt scrubbed. For example, Warren writes, “a person with household income of $130,000 gets $40,000 in cancellation, while a per
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Bill would wipe out most of the country's outstanding student loan debt

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren gestures as she speaks during a campaign stop at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia on May 16, 2019.

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren isn’t waiting for the election to push forward her proposal to erase the majority of the country’s outstanding student debt.

The Massachusetts senator and Rep. James E. Clyburn (D-S.C.) announced on Wednesday their plan to introduce legislation in the Senate and House to eliminate up to $50,000 in student loan debt for 42 million Americans.

“It’s time to decide: Are we going to be a country that only helps the rich and powerful get richer and more powerful, or are we going to be a country that invests in its future?” Warren said, in a statement.

Outstanding education debt in the U.S. is projected to swell to $2 trillion by 2022, surpassing credit card or auto debt levels. Today, the average college graduate leaves school $30,000 in the red, up from $10,000 in the 1990s. Nearly one-quarter of borrowers are in delinquency or default.

In a post on Medium in April, Warren introduced her campaign proposal to eliminate student debt. The details of the bill are likely to be similar.

Borrowers with household incomes under $100,000 would be eligible to have $50,000 of their student debt scrubbed.

People who earn between $100,000 and $250,000 would be eligible for less forgiveness. For example, Warren writes, “a person with household income of $130,000 gets $40,000 in cancellation, while a person with household income of $160,000 gets $30,000 in cancellation.”

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And those who earn more than $250,000 would not be eligible for any debt forgiveness.

In all, more than 95% of student loan borrowers would see at least some of their debt cancelled.

The plan would be funded with a 2% annual tax Warren proposes to levy on accumulations of wealth exceeding $50 million, with an additional 1% on wealth exceeding $1 billion.


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Russian sovereign wealth fund says US allegations against Huawei are unproven and unfair

The head of Russia’s sovereign investment fund has urged the U.S. to back-up claims that China’s Huawei represents a national security threat. The U.S. has led allegations that Huawei’s equipment can be used by Beijing for espionage operations, with Washington calling on Western allies to bar the company from next-generation 5G networks. Huawei has repeatedly denied the allegations against it. Huawei has become a point of contention in a broader trade dispute between Washington and Beijing, with


The head of Russia’s sovereign investment fund has urged the U.S. to back-up claims that China’s Huawei represents a national security threat. The U.S. has led allegations that Huawei’s equipment can be used by Beijing for espionage operations, with Washington calling on Western allies to bar the company from next-generation 5G networks. Huawei has repeatedly denied the allegations against it. Huawei has become a point of contention in a broader trade dispute between Washington and Beijing, with
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Russian sovereign wealth fund says US allegations against Huawei are unproven and unfair

The head of Russia’s sovereign investment fund has urged the U.S. to back-up claims that China’s Huawei represents a national security threat.

The U.S. has led allegations that Huawei’s equipment can be used by Beijing for espionage operations, with Washington calling on Western allies to bar the company from next-generation 5G networks.

Huawei has repeatedly denied the allegations against it.

Huawei has become a point of contention in a broader trade dispute between Washington and Beijing, with other countries under pressure to decide whether to allow the world’s largest maker of telecom equipment to help build their 5G networks.

On Wednesday, Huawei announced it had signed a deal with Russia’s top mobile operator MTS to develop 5G technology in Russia.


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