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FT.com - USApr 22, 2019
Fatal fever ravages China's pig farms and shakes food markets
Pork prices forecast to soar as deaths from disease expected to reach 130m

MarketWatchApr 22, 2019
Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks mostly higher as Nasdaq ends at 6-month high ahead of big-name earnings
U.S. stocks close mostly higher Monday as investors face a big week for corporate quarterly results and economic data.

Forbes HeadlinesApr 22, 2019
How To Win Followers And Influence People On Social Media
Content creators share tips to help marketing pros build a brand that connects with an audience.

Reuters Company NewsApr 22, 2019
UPDATE 7-Tesla says robotaxis coming to U.S. roads next year, slams rivals' use of Lidar
Chief Executive Elon Musk said Tesla Inc robotaxis with no human drivers would be available in some U.S. markets next year, continuing a habit of bold pronouncements that have excited many investors while often missing deadlines.

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Tesla says robotaxis coming to U.S. roads next year, slams rivals' use of Lidar (Reuters Business)

The Motley FoolApr 22, 2019
What Happened in the Stock Market Today
On a lackluster day for Wall Street, Kimberly-Clark posted a profit surprise, but Intuitive Surgical fell after reporting earnings.

MarketWatchApr 22, 2019
Key Words: Disney heiress calls CEO Bob Iger's $65 million pay package ‘insane'
Last year, Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Bob Iger made $65.6 million — about 1,424 times the median Disney employee's salary, an amount that heiress Abigail Disney is calling "insane."

MarketWatchApr 22, 2019
Gas prices hit $4.70 per gallon in California as Trump says he'll end Iran sanction waivers
‘We're seeing crazy prices for gasoline out here in California,' said Karl Brauer, economist for Kelley Blue Book.

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S&P 500, Nasdaq end higher as oil soars but Dow weighed by Boeing's stock slump (MarketWatch MarketPulse)

Google Business NewsApr 22, 2019
Lower Mortgage Rates No Relief for US Home Sales - WOLF STREET
Lower Mortgage Rates No Relief for US Home Sales  WOLF STREETSales of the cheapest and swankiest homes are tanking, but for very different reasons  CNBCExisting-home sales slide nearly 5% in March as the on-again-off-again housing market retreats  MarketWatchU.S. existing home sales fall more than expected in March  ReutersHome sales fall 4.9 percent in slow start to spring buying season  Boston.comView full coverage on Google News

MarketWatchApr 22, 2019
Elizabeth Warren wants to wipe away student debt — with a $1.25 trillion tax on the rich
Under her plan, borrowers with a household income under $100,000 would have $50,000 of their student debt cancelled.

Reuters BusinessApr 22, 2019
Elon Musk on Tesla's self-driving capabilities
Tesla Inc revealed its self-driving plans during an investor day on Monday, with Chief Executive Elon Musk predicting the launch of an autonomous robotaxi service next year in some U.S. markets.

MarketWatchApr 22, 2019
Personal Finance Daily: An Earth Day game plan to banish plastic from your life and where the 2020 candidates stand on student debt and college affordability
Monday's top personal finance stories

Forbes HeadlinesApr 22, 2019
Galaxy Fold Launch Delay Underscores Infancy Of Flexible Displays And Samsung's Target Market
Hopefully there's a simple solution here that won't send Samsung engineers completely back to the drawing board. We need flexible display device technology to advance and mature.

MarketWatchApr 22, 2019
Bond Report: Treasury yields rise as oil prices surge to nearly 6-month high
Treasury prices fall Monday, lifting yields, as the Trump administration says it will end waivers for countries importing Iranian oil, reports of which had driven crude prices higher.

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Futures Movers: Oil prices rally to nearly 6-month highs as U.S. says waivers on Iran oil imports ending (MarketWatch)

Reuters Company NewsApr 22, 2019
GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil jumps on U.S. plans to tighten Iran sanctions; dollar eases
Crude oil jumped almost 3% on Monday after the United States said it will take more steps to choke off Iranian oil exports, while U.S. equities were little changed as Wall Street braced for corporate results in a busy earnings week.

MarketWatch MarketPulseApr 22, 2019
Scientific Games' sub SciPlay sets IPO terms, to raise up to $352 million
Scientific Games Corp. subsidiary SciPlay Corp. has set terms of its initial public offering, in which the publisher of digital games on mobile platforms expects to raise up to $352 million. The company said it is offering 22 million class A shares to the public, with the IPO expected to price between $14 and $16. The stock is expected to list on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol "SCPL." SciPlay said there will be 22 million Class A shares outstanding after the IPO, or 25.3 million shares if the underwriters exercise all options to buy additional shares, and 104.4 million class B shares outstanding. Class A shares entitle holders to 1 vote and class B shares provide 10 votes. The company is looking to go public at a time the Renaissance IPO ETF has climbed 15.6% over the past three months and the S&P 500 has rallied 10.3%.

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Trevi Therapeutics to offer 6.7 million shares in planned IPO priced at $14 to $16 each (MarketWatch MarketPulse)

Reuters Company NewsApr 22, 2019
GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia stocks slip, oil near 6-mth peak as US prepares to tighten Iran sanctions
Asian shares slipped on Monday, weighed down by underperforming Chinese stocks, while oil prices rallied on news the United States is likely to ask all importers of Iranian oil to end their purchases or face sanctions.

MarketWatchApr 22, 2019
The Wall Street Journal: PG&E tweaks board to appease activist investor's challenge
PG&E Corp. on Monday settled a dispute with an activist investor by restructuring its board to include another director with utility experience, and adding a safety specialist to advise its chief executive.

MarketWatchApr 22, 2019
Earth Day: Disposable cups were originally designed to prevent the spread of cholera and diphtheria
Before the humble straw, America had a long history of banning plastic packaging.

MarketWatchApr 22, 2019
Tesla unveils ‘best in the world' chip for self-driving cars, promises robo-taxi fleet
Tesla Inc. stock falls as the company's investor day, solely focused on its autonomous driving capabilities, gets under way and the car maker unveils hardware dedicated to driverless cars.

Reuters Company NewsApr 22, 2019
UPDATE 12-Oil hits 2019 high on U.S. plan to tighten squeeze on Iran
* Iran says in touch with partners on waivers (New throughout, updates prices, market activity and comments to settlement)

MarketWatch MarketPulseApr 22, 2019
Tesla unveils in-house driverless-car hardware, 'best in the world'
Tesla Inc. stock held to losses around 3.6% as the company's investor day, solely focused on its autonomous driving capabilities, is under way. Tesla's Peter Bannon, VP of hardware engineering and former Apple Inc. executive, has introduced Tesla's in-house Full Self Driving computer, saying that the company set off to work on it three years ago after it realized there was nothing specifically designed for autonomous driving. The computer will fit behind a Tesla vehicle's glove box and hold two independent chips which will run only Tesla-encrypted software. Chief Executive Elon Musk said that "any part of this could fail and the car (would keep on) driving." Musk later on called the computer the "best in the world" and that all Tesla cars have everything necessary for self-driving currently, minus the software.

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MarketWatch MarketPulseApr 22, 2019
Luckin Coffee, a Starbucks competitor in China, files for U.S. IPO
Luckin Coffee Inc., a China-based coffee chain, has filed for a U.S. IPO. Luckin is the second-largest coffee brand in that country, according to the filing, with 2,370 company-owned stores. The company is focused on "pick-up" locations, which have limited seating but are located in high-traffic areas like office buildings and college campuses. Nearly all of the company's stores (91.3%) were pick-up locations as of March 31,2019. "We leverage big data analytics and AI to analyze our customer behavior and transaction data, which enables us to continuously enhance our products and services, implement dynamic pricing and improve customer retention," the company says. Starbucks Coffee Corp. has high hopes for its China expansion, with Luckin Coffee serving as one of its biggest challenges in the region. Luckin, which had total revenue of $125.3 million in 2018, plans to trade on the Nasdaq with the symbol "LK." Starbucks, which is scheduled to report fiscal second-quarter earnings on Thursday, had $24.7 billion in global sales last year.

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Reuters Company NewsApr 22, 2019
UPDATE 11-Oil hits 2019 high on U.S. plan to tighten squeeze on Iran
* Saudi Arabia likely to boost output - JBC Energy (Updates prices, market activity)

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UPDATE 10-Oil hits 2019 high on U.S. plan to tighten squeeze on Iran (Reuters Company News)

MarketWatchApr 22, 2019
Earth Day: How to rent your clothes and even your furniture to help prevent waste
American Eagle, Ikea, Rebag and Rent The Runway allow shoppers to test drive their wares.

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On Earth Day, here's a game plan to banish plastic from your life (MarketWatch)

CNBC FinanceApr 22, 2019
Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: Bed Beth & Beyond, Tesla, Boeing, Amazon & more
Names on the move ahead of the open.
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