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MarketWatchMar 16, 2018
Market Snapshot: Stock market ends higher after upbeat data, but suffers weekly slide
U.S. stocks were mostly higher, with the S&P 500 on track to break a four-day losing streak, after a round of upbeat economic data, though major indexes remained on track for weekly losses.

Reuters BusinessMar 16, 2018
Wall Street's tech love affair might end in tears
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Outsized returns delivered by , Netflix and other heavyweight technology stocks have made them heroes on Wall Street, but some strategists warn that investors' reliance on them exacerbates the risk of a steep downturn.

MarketWatch Breaking NewsMar 16, 2018
U.S. stocks end higher Friday; major indexes post weekly losses
U.S. stocks end higher Friday; major indexes post weekly losses

Google Business NewsMar 16, 2018
Technology Sector Update for 03/16/2018: ZS,QCOM,NXPI,BIDU,AVGO,INTC - Nasdaq

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Technology stocks edged higher today, with shares of tech companies in the S&P 500 increasing about 0.1% while the Philadelphia semiconductor index also was almost 0.3% higher. Among technology stocks moving on news: Zscaler Inc. ( ZS ) soared in its

Google Business NewsMar 16, 2018
Fiduciary-Rule Fight Drags on for Financial Firms - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

The Frances Perkins Building in Washington, headquarters of the Labor Department. A recent court decision against the department's fiduciary rule puts more focus on the Securities and Exchange Commission for rule making, executives and advocates say
Insurance, Brokerage Stocks Gain Af

MarketWatch MarketPulseMar 16, 2018
Pepsi CEO makes 650 times the typical worker
PepsiCo Inc. Chief Executive Indra Nooyi received more than $31 million in total compensation, which the company said late Friday is about 650 times the salary of a typical worker. Firms are reporting their CEO pay in comparison to the median worker for the first time because of a 2015 rule mandated by the Dodd-Frank act. PepsiCo said Friday that excluding the CEO and about 4,600 overseas staff from 38 countries, the median salary a worker makes is $47,801. The excluded employees represent 5% of the company's total headcount of 272,398, as of October, 2017. The company said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing that it collected full year 2016 data and did not use statistical sampling to arrive at the CEO pay ratio. PepsiCo stock has dropped nearly 7% since the beginning of the year, as the benchmark S&P 500 index rose 2.7%.

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KiplingerMar 16, 2018
10 Fintech Stocks to Own for the Next 10 Years
If you ask the average investor what the best fintech stocks to own are, my guess is that most would respond with some blockchain or cryptocurrency play.

However, fintech is so much more.

The money being invested in fintech companies of all sizes continues to grow as investors look to capitalize on one of the most significant secular trends to hit the financial services industry in the past 100 years.

Venture capital-backed fintech firms raised $16.6 billion in financing in 2017, significantly higher than the $3.8 billion raised four years earlier. The biggest growth is coming from Europe where $2.7 billion was raised by fintech companies in 2017, 121% higher than a year earlier.

So, the answer is to invest in European-focused fintech businesses, right? Not so fast.

Those numbers refer to VC-backed fintech companies. According to KPMGs Q4 2017 fintech report, $8.7 billion was invested in fintech on a global basis during the quarter and to over $31 billion for the entire year.

Globally, there are 25 fintech unicorns (valuation $1 billion) valued at $76 billion. Many of these are still are private but there ways to get in on the action via the public markets.

Here are my ten fintech stocks to own for the next ten years.

SEE ALSO FROM KIPLINGER: 50 Dividend Stocks You Can Count On

MarketWatch MarketPulseMar 16, 2018
Facebook suspends data firm tied to Trump campaign
Facebook said late Friday that it has suspended Cambridge Analytica, a data firm best known for its role in the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, and parent firm Strategic Communication Laboratories for policy violations. In a statement, the social-media company said Cambridge Analytica had come into possession of, against Facebook policies, personal data harvested from some 270,000 users of a personality prediction app. Facebook said it had learned in 2015 that the app's operator, a psychology professor, had passed data along to Cambridge Analytica/Strategic Communication Laboratories and another firm, removing the app from its network and accepting assurances that the data had been deleted. It said it learned "several days ago" that the data had in fact not been purged. Also see: The shocking details you reveal about yourself by liking things on Facebook

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MarketWatch MarketPulseMar 15, 2018
Paul Manafort seeks dismissal of some charges, claims Mueller overstepped: report
President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort asked a federal judge on Wednesday to dismiss some of the criminal charges he faces related to foreign lobbying work on behalf of Ukrainian interests, the Associated Press reported. In a series of motions, Manafort's attorneys argued that special counsel Robert Mueller exceeded his authority to prosecute Manafort on criminal charges that date back more than a decade, and thus predate the 2016 election, the AP said. The arguments largely mimic a civil suit Manafort filed earlier this year. Manafort potentially faces several years in prison. He has pleaded not guilty. The Manafort team said the indictments are focused on foreign consulting work that ended in 2014 and on years-old bank accounts and tax filings that have no connection to either the Trump campaign or the Russian government, the AP said. Lawyers for the Justice Department, which represents Mueller's office in the civil suit, have argued that Mueller is well within his authority.

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