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Xactly Corporation close price: 12.25
Stock price forecast:
DOWN TO -0.49%
Total forecasts: 89
Reached: 14 (15.73%)
Total Win: 1.88 (16.13%)
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UK and US to start talks on post-Brexit trade deal
Liam Fox says it is too early to say exactly what would be covered in a potential post-Brexit deal.
Uber's trucking ambitions in lower gear after Otto deal
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc's drive to become a major player in the trucking business is off to a bumpy start, with analysts and industry executives questioning what exactly the company can bring to the sprawling $700-billion industry.
Wall St Weekahead-Switch it up this year: Buy in May, till November stay
NEW YORK, May 26 (Reuters) - "Sell in May and go away" is
perhaps the oldest saw on Wall Street, but it appears there's no
shortage of U.S. mutual funds doing exactly that this year.
LeBron James' Return To Cleveland Illustrates Remarkable Economic Experiment
Professional sports generate a tremendous amount of money, but it's tricky to know exactly what part of sports generates that money. LeBron James unintentionally ran a nearly perfect economic experiment by unexpectedly leaving Cleveland and then, three years later, returning with almost no warning. A pair of economists have now used James' prodigal son data to look at the financial impact a single superstar can have on a local economy.
Why an office furniture CEO got the top job at one of America’s biggest automakers
. Ford's new CEO -- a 62-year-old former office furniture executive now tasked with jump-starting the world's oldest automaker amid frustrations over the stock price and growing threats from Silicon Valley rivals -- is not exactly a household name.
Fed's Williams doesn't want bank regulation 'to go back all the way' to pre-crisis rules
Congress should not reverse all of the bank regulations put in place in the wake of the financial crisis, said San Francisco Fed President John Williams on Friday. In a talk with students at El Camino High School in San Francisco, Williams said the banking sector is now more resilient as a result of lessons learned from the financial crisis. "Without credit, a modern economy doesn't work," Williams said. He said he had a "fantasy" that he wouldn't tell Congress exactly what to do on bank regulation if they don't tell him what to do about monetary policy. Congress should consider policy changes to make sure the Social Security system can last for the next half century. Every year of delay makes the problems more difficult to fix, he said. Shoring up the system would give workers greater confidence, he said.
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Investors Split on What Ultra-Low VIX Means for Markets
With a number of geopolitical risks in the rearview mirror, investors aren’t bracing for heightened volatility. But some Wall Street watchers warn that’s exactly why they’re skeptical.
The Latest: Buffett says hard to predict impact of tax cuts
It's hard to say exactly how much Berkshire Hathaway would benefit from a major tax cut
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