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  • 10/20/2017 09:37:23

    Letters from regulators go unanswered, Axon slides

    Axon, the maker of Taser stun guns, is tumbling 6 percent after the company revealed that it had failed to respond to a series of letters from regulators regarding its financial filings.

  • 10/19/2017 12:51:57

    Shares of United Airlines tumble after 3Q financial report

    Analysts for evidence that adding more flights and slashing prices to match budget carriers are boosting the company’s financial performance.        

  • 10/19/2017 11:47:56

    Shares of United Airlines tumble after 3Q financial report

    United Airlines' stock goes in a nosedive on forecast of weak pricing; CEO appeals for patience

  • 10/15/2017 21:13:07

    Kobe Steel shares tumble to near five-year low as cheating crisis deepens

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Shares of embattled Kobe Steel Ltd tumbled to their lowest level in nearly 5 years on Monday, as a cheating scandal at the Japanese steelmaker ensnared hundreds of firms and left investors fearing for the financial and legal fallout.

  • 10/11/2017 13:20:23

    GE's stock tumbles to 4-year low; suffers worst 4-day stretch in 22 months

    General Electric Co.'s stock slumped 1.5% in afternoon trade Wednesday, toward the lowest close in over four years, and to extend its losing streak to four sessions. The stock has tumbled 6.2% during its losing streak, the worst four-day stretch since it lost 7.0% during the four days ending Jan. 11, 2016. The losses accelerated this week after the company announced after Friday's closing bell that its chief financial officer and two other vice chairs were leaving the company, and on Monday that it elected activist investor Trian Fund Management's chief investment officer to its board. On Wednesday, analyst C. Stephen Tusa at J.P. Morgan, the most bearish of the 20 analysts surveyed by FactSet who are covering GE, cut his price target to $20, which is 13% below current levels, from $22, while reiterating his sell rating. "In our view, an activist heightens the risk that GE tries for a quick fix, like it has done in the past," Tusa wrote. GE's stock, on track to close at the lowest level since July 3, 2013, has plunged 27% year to date, while the Dow has gained 16%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 09/28/2017 06:21:21

    Philip Morris names new CFO, makes organizational changes

    Philip Morris International Inc. announced Thursday a number of organizational and senior management changes, as the tobacco company continues to move toward a cigarette-free future. The company said Chief Financial Officer Jacek Olczak will become chief operating officer, effective Jan. 1, while Martin King, currently the president of the Asia region, will be appointed as CFO. Philip Morris said it will increase the number of geographic operating regions to six from four. "There is no doubt that the greatest contribution PMI can make to society is to replace cigarettes with less harmful alternatives," said Chief Executive Andre Calantzopoulos. "The changes we are announcing today reflect our desire to best equip, empower and support our organization as we transform within a rapidly evolving environment." The stock rose 0.9% in premarket trade. It has lost 6.2% over the past three months but has run up 22% year to date, while the S&P 500 has gained 12% this year.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 09/13/2017 10:39:45

    Wells Fargo CEO Addresses Auto Scandals at Barclays Conference

    Wells Fargo & Co. Chief Executive Tim Sloan spoke on a number of issues impacting the bank’s auto finance business during a presentation at the 2017 Barclays Financial Services Conference including the forced-insurance scandal, tightened underwriting tactics, and a possible increase in losses due to Hurricane Harvey. When asked aboutRead More

  • 09/07/2017 14:02:45

    Popular financial ETF ends below 200-day moving average for first time in 14 months

    A popular way to wager on the financial sector Thursday closed below a long-term trend line intraday for the first time in about 14 months. The Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF tumbled 1.7% to 23.88 on Thursday, closing below its 200-day moving average at 23.98 for the first time since early July, according to FactSet data. Market technicians tend to see short-term and long-term moving averages as dividing lines between bullish and bearish trends. Slipping below an trading averages is viewed as a bearish sign. The financial sector has been under recent pressure as Wall Street's expectations for another interest-rate increase in 2017 has diminished and as benchmark yields have fallen to their lowest level in 2017. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note declined to around 2.05% Thursday after a European Central Bank news conference. Anxieties about North Korea's recent test of a hydrogen bomb over the Labor Day weekend also have contributed to the swing lower for yields, which move inversely to prices. Recent declines in the 10-year Treasury yield narrows the gap between long- and short-term rates, potentially undercutting banks' business model of borrowing short term and providing long-term loans. Overall, the stock market edged lower, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.1% at 21,786, the S&P 500 index finished flat at 2,465, while the Nasdaq Composite Index also was little changed at 6,397.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 09/07/2017 11:28:00

    Popular financial ETF trades below 200-day moving average for first time in 14 months

    A popular way to wager on the financial sector Thursday afternoon was trading below a long-term trend line intraday for the first time in about 14 months. The Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF tumbled 1.9% to 23.83 on Thursday, trading below its 200-day moving average at 23.98 for the first time since early July, according to FactSet data. Market technicians tend to see short-term and long-term moving averages as dividing lines between bullish and bearish trends. Slipping below an average is viewed as a bearish sign. The financial sector has been under recent pressure as Wall Street's expectations for another interest-rate increase in 2017 has diminished and as benchmark yields have fallen to their lowest level in 2017. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note fell to around 2.06% Thursday after a European Central Bank news conference. Anxieties about North Korea's recent test of a hydrogen bomb over the Labor Day weekend also have contributed to the swing lower for yields, which move inversely to prices. Recent declines in the 10-year Treasury yield narrows the gap between long- and short-term rates, potentially undercutting banks' business model of borrowing short term and providing long-term loans. Overall, the stock market was tipping lower, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.2% at 21,768, the S&P 500 index trading 0.1% lower at 2,463, while the Nasdaq Composite Index was flat at 6,395. U.S. equities had opened slightly higher on the day.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 09/07/2017 08:52:28

    Popular financial ETF falls below 200-day moving average for first time in 14 months

    A popular way to wager on the financial sector Thursday morning dipped below a long-term trend line intraday for the first time in about 14 months. The Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF tumbled 1.6% to 23.92 on Thursday, trading below its 200-day moving average at 23.98 for the first time since early July, according to FactSet data. Market technicians tend to see short-term and long-term moving averages as dividing lines between bullish and bearish trends. Slipping below an average is viewed as a bearish sign. The financial sector has been under recent pressure as Wall Street's expectations for another interest-rate increase in 2017 has diminished and as benchmark yields have fallen to their lowest level in 2017. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note fell to around 2.05% Thursday after a European Central Bank news conference. Anxieties about North Korea's recent test of a hydrogen bomb over the Labor Day weekend also have contributed to the swing lower for yields, which move inversely to prices. Recent declines in the 10-year Treasury yield narrows the gap between long- and short-term rates, potentially undercutting banks' business model of borrowing short term and providing long-term loans. Overall, the stock market was tipping lower, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.2% at 21,770, the S&P 500 index trading 0.2% lower at 2,461, while the Nasdaq Composite Index was retreating by 0.1% at 6,385. U.S. equities had opened slightly higher on the day.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 08/28/2017 09:16:13

    UPDATE: Expedia shares fall 4.5% on news CEO Khosrowshahi to become head of Uber

    Shares of online travel company Expedia Inc. tumbled 4.5% in early trade Monday, on news that Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi is to become next CEO of Uber. The news is "an incremental negative for Expedia, in our view, given Mr. Khosrowshahi's hand in Expedia's success to date," SunTrust Robinson Humphrey analysts wrote in a note. "While such an outcome would create some near term leadership vacuum at the CEO level, we do not expect to see a material negative hit to the business's performance given the deep executive bench and the organizational set-up of the company." Khosrowshahi has held the role for more than a decade and is broadly credited with positioning the company as a leading player in its field. However, the business heads at its key units operate with some independence in day-to-day decision making, meaning the business is unlikely to see disruption, the analysts wrote. SunTrust views Chief Financial Officer Mark Okerstrom and Aman Bhutani, who is president of the brand, as front runners for the CEO spot. The former has been at Expedia since 2006, while the latter has been there for seven years. Shares have gained 26% in 2017, while the S&P 500 has gained 9%. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

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