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Source: Common Domain

Under Armour Stock Falls After Updated Outlook

Today 20:57 GMT

Under Armour ’s (ticker: UAA) investor day is still ongoing, but investors are already sharing their responses—and they aren’t cheering.

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A ‘Steady’ Tesla Could Attract New Investors to the Stock

Today 20:57 GMT

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“As Tesla delivers steady cash flow, a new group of investors will begin taking positions, helping drive shares higher.” Rusch reiterated an Outperform rating and a 12- to 18-month price target of $418, which is 28% above Factset’s average around $326.

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Source: Common Domain

‘Key reversal’ in Apple’s stock prompted a market rebound, but investors ought to be suspicious

Today 19:07 GMT

• The end result is that Apple’s stock and the stock market staged a “key reversal,” which is a positive technical pattern.

• Apple’s stock was down on the news that a Chinese court had granted an injunction against Apple selling its products in China in favor of Qualcomm QCOM, +0.19%. • Apple uses Qualcomm technology. Please click here for an annotated chart of the Nasdaq 100 ETF QQQ, +0.33% Similar conclusions can be drawn from the charts of the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.22% S&P 500 ETF SPY, +0.02% and small-cap ETF IWM, -0.10%. • Apple carries a very heavy weighting in indices and, therefore, disproportionately affects the markets.

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Source: Common Domain

An Under Armour Bear Has ‘Serious Doubts’ About Its Turnaround

Today 19:07 GMT

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The athletic-wear company will run the event, scheduled to run more or less all day, as its shares are up some 53% in 2018. One more bear took a swipe at Under Armour (UAA) as the company prepared for its investor meeting on Wednesday.

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Source: Common Domain

Get Ready to Worry About Inflation Again

Today 20:57 GMT

The core inflation reading was in keeping with the price gains over much of the year, and consistent with the 2% that the Federal Reserve, using a slightly different inflation measure, has targeted.

The dollar’s strength will help alleviate import price gains and the recent drop in oil prices will cool headline inflation and also will help reduce core inflation pressures through lower transportation costs.

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Source: Common Domain

ECB will say goodbye to quantitative easing, but when will it hike rates?

Today 20:57 GMT

By giving little hint, Draghi, the ECB president, will stick to a program of “dovish tightening” that’s seen the ECB prepare to unwind the extraordinary measures it implemented in the wake of the global financial crisis while attempting to avoid unduly tightening financial conditions, said Christiansen.

Investors expect less clarity when it comes to signaling when Mario Draghi and fellow policy makers will move to nudge up ultra-low interest rates.

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Source: Common Domain

Bitcoin moves lower as retail investors increase their bets against the cryptocurrency

Today 06:04 GMT

According to data compiled by DailyFX, traders continue to reduce their exposure to the best-known cryptocurrency, while the number of those betting against bitcoin is on the rise.

Bitcoin is trading lower on Tuesday, extending Monday’s losses and taking the No. 1 digital currency towards a fresh multimonth low. In early Tuesday trading, a single bitcoin BTCUSD, -1.82%  was changing hands at $3,333.60, down 2.1% since Monday at 5 p.m. Eastern Time on the Kraken exchange.

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Source: Reuters

Uber's dominant size may rob smaller Lyft of its IPO oxygen

Today 12:40 GMT

(Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] and smaller rival Lyft are driving side-by-side on the road to a stock market debut, and that may not bode well for Lyft as investors decide where to place their bets in the ride-hailing sector.

Some IPO investors interviewed by Reuters said two IPOs in quick succession could force them to choose between Uber and the smaller and less diversified Lyft. “The advantage of being first to market with your IPO is the ability to control your destiny without being impacted by how the competing IPO is performing in the public market,” said Jim Williams, chief investment officer of Creative Planning Inc, a wealth and investment manager in Overland Park, Kansas, which manages $35.7 billion and advises clients who already own shares in Lyft and Uber, or are considering buying them.

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Source: Common Domain

CMO Today: Marketers Turn Investors

Tuesday 09:55 GMT

Marketers can often be the driving force behind investments in startups as their businesses try to stay ahead of the game.

Mr. Martin says he hopes to shield his marketers from conflicts with a separate investment committee that makes the ultimate decisions. Employees currently in marketing roles at large companies will need to keep potential conflicts of interest top of mind when deciding to invest.

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Source: CBS News

Stocks drop further after their worst week in half a year

Tuesday 17:17 GMT

U.S. stocks fell Monday after a sharp drop last week, with battered banks, health care stocks and energy companies dragging down the major stock indexes deeper into negative territory for the year.

Brexit drama buffeted European markets, as U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May canceled a long-awaited Parliamentary vote on a deal for the U.K. to exit the European Union.

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Source: Common Domain

Scooter Startups Cool Fundraising Wheels

Monday 09:54 GMT

The investor frenzy for shared electric scooters is cooling, as two leading startups lower their fundraising ambitions while dealing with vandalism, rising competition and other growing pains.

Shared electric scooter companies Bird and Lime temper their valuation goals as they deal with vandalism and other growing pains

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Why today’s stock market investors are the most entitled people in the world

Tuesday 15:26 GMT

Not satisfied with average annual gains of 18% over the past nine years, investors in the stock market have been throwing a bit of a tantrum, demanding that the Federal Reserve put an end to the interest-rate increases that could threaten to end this once-in-a-generation bull market.

In other words, investors are demanding that the Fed stop pretending that its primary duty is to achieve stable prices and maximum employment, and instead recognize that its real job is to do whatever is good for the market and the wealthy 5% of Americans who own it.

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Here’s what smart rich people really do with their nest egg

Monday 19:06 GMT

My business partner Scott Puritz, has found the one area where even above-average people, objectively smart, rich, successful professionals, seem to wave the white flag and admit to not understanding — money and investing.

After a while, you will make peace with the process and grow to accept that an even keel makes for smooth sailing, no matter which ways the market winds blow.


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