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MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Capitol Report: Behind the push at the SEC to make it easier for IPOs to be launched
William Hinman came to the Securities and Exchange Commission with his own to-do list, based on his long career advising private companies that want to go public. He's wasted no time implementing changes to SEC policies and procedures, as director of the division of corporation finance.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Are you a proponent of gun control? You may want to take a close look at your 401(k)
Publicly-traded gun companies are in most index funds.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Personal Finance Daily: Your 401(k) probably has gun stocks in it and did Kylie Jenner's tweet cause Snapchat stock to plunge $1.3 billion?
Friday's top personal finance stories

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Market Extra: There's a new volatility ‘witching hour' puzzling stock traders
Recent trading trends in equities markets have proved quizzical for some market participants, leading to a few theories about what's at hand.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Trump Today: Trump Today: President says Kushner's security clearance up to Kelly
President Donald Trump on Friday said it was up to his chief of staff to decide whether to grant his son-in-law Jared Kushner a security clearance waiver, as he doubled down on his proposal to arm teachers and also announced new sanctions on North Korea.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Futures Movers: Oil ends higher, posts second consecutive weekly gain
Oil futures hold gains after data shows U.S. producers added one additional rig this week, notching its second straight weekly advance.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Market Snapshot: Dow jumps nearly 300 points as stock market rises near intraday high
U.S. stocks rallies Friday afternoon as U.S. benchmarks look set to end trade on a high note after a bumpy, albeit shortened, week of trade marked by persistent fretting about rising bond yields and the reemergence of long-stagnant inflation.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: FBI tip-line caller warned Florida suspect Nikolas Cruz could start ‘shooting places up'
A person close to the teenager accused of killing 17 people at a Florida high school warned the FBI she was concerned he would "get into a school and just shoot the place up," according to a transcript of her call with a bureau tip line operator more than a month before the massacre.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Could credit-card companies ban gun sales?
Analysts say blocking all gun sales would be complicated.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Bond Report: Treasurys see buying as rate hike fears recede from monetary policy report
Treasury prices rise, pulling yields lower, on Friday after European government paper rally as unease over upcoming Italian election stokes demand for safe-haven bonds.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Currencies: Dollar heads for modest gain in rangebound Friday trading
The U.S. dollar edged up against some major rivals Friday, helping to keep a gauge of the greenback's performance on course for a weekly win, but the market will look for further clues about the path of borrowing rates in remarks by Federal Reserve officials.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Key Words: ‘Hug a Canadian,' urges German Foreign Office after dramatic ice-hockey upset
The Olympics are a time when emotions run high — especially when it comes the Canada and Ice Hockey. Even bigger was the shock when underdog Germany defeated the defending gold medalists 4-3 in South Korea earlier Friday against all odds.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

The Ratings Game: HP stock soars, but earnings didn't have everything analysts wanted
HP Inc. reported better-than-expected results Thursday, with growth accelerating for both printers and personal systems.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Metals Stocks: Gold closes down to post biggest weekly drop this year
Gold settle lower Friday, logging its worst weekly decline so far this year as the U.S. dollar bounced back from its earlier weakness.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

The Fed: Fed's Dudley says balance sheet should be at least $2.9 trillion
The Federal Reserve should stop shrinking its balance sheet when it gets down to a level somewhere higher than $2.9 trillion, said New York Fed President William Dudley on Friday.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

The Tell: Warren Buffett's letter to investors: 5 things to watch
Warren Buffett releases his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders Saturday. Here are some likely highlights.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

CryptoWatch: Bitcoin bounces but gains could be limited
After a two-day selloff, major cryptocurrencies have seen moderate bounces Friday as they look to claw back losses in what's been a tough week for crypto investors.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Gun stocks slammed as companies and funds distance themselves from industry
Shares of gun manufacturers fell across the board Friday, reversing their prior-session gains as the debate over gun control continued to heat up in the wake of the Feb. 14 school shooting in Florida, and investment funds came under fresh pressure to divest from the sector

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

ETF Focus: Fund fees keep crumbling as investors go cheap and passive
Setting aside where major asset classes may go in the coming months or years, it is clear that there has never been a better time to be an investor in basically any market.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

General Mills is making an $8 billion gamble on pet food, but it may pay off
General Mills Inc. is taking a risk with its $8 billion acquisition of Blue Buffalo Pet Products Inc., its first foray outside of food for human consumption, but feeding animals could bring a welcome sales boost, analysts said Friday.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Capitol Report: Trump call for higher age limit on gun sales backed by some Republicans, but most quiet
President Trump says U.S. law should be changed to bar anyone under 21 from buying a rifle, but he'll have a tough time selling the idea to a Republican-controlled Congress. Here's why.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

London Markets: FTSE 100 closes lower as RBS, IAG tank after results
U.K. stocks decline on Friday and suffer a weekly loss, with shares of Royal Bank of Scotland PLC and International Consolidates Airlines Group SA leading the charge south after results.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Your 401(k) probably has gun stocks in it — here's how to get rid of them
Publicly-traded gun companies are in most index funds.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Redfin shares swoon as the seller's market cuts profit expectations
Discount brokerage Redfin said it would retrench in order to boost long-term profits in a tough housing market, sending its stock down sharply.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Market Snapshot: Stock market climbs as Fed report suggests no need for 4 rate hikes in 2018
U.S. stocks climb as U.S. benchmarks look set to end an up-and-down stretch of trade on a high note, amid consternation about rising bond yields and the reemergence of long-stagnant inflation.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

The New York Post: Trump tells CPAC that Democrats will ‘take away your Second Amendment'
President Trump told a raucous crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday that if Democrats take power in Congress in the midterm elections, they "will take away your Second Amendment."

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

NewsWatch: Stock market climbs as Fed report suggests no need for 4 rate hikes in 2018
U.S. stocks climb Friday as U.S. benchmarks look set to end an up-and-down stretch of trade on a high note, amid consternation about rising bond yields and the reemergence of long-stagnant inflation.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Medill News Service: The problem with today's driverless car technology is the drivers
When cars start doing the work, drivers overestimate the capabilities of their cars and disengage entirely. Advocates and lawmakers are calling on car companies to educate drivers about what their cars will - and won't do.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Outside the Box: Here's a straightforward retirement income strategy for workers with no pension
How to ‘pensionize' any IRA or 401(k) plan.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Did Kylie Jenner's tweet cause Snapchat stock to plunge $1.3 billion? Here are 5 of the costliest tweets ever
Companies are increasingly susceptible to the slings and arrows of their most popular users.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

The Fed: Fed report reflects mysteries over its core mandate: the jobs market and prices
The cautious outlook the Federal Reserve delivered on Friday in its monetary policy report reflects uncertainty the central bank has over its core mandates: stable prices and full employment.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Top Ten: Weekend roundup: Pundits stoking stock market fears | Do this if you fear inflation | Don't blame computers for your losses
Here are MarketWatch articles to read this weekend.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

The Fed: Fed on track for 3 rate hikes in 2018, but 4? No sign in report to Congress
The Federal Reserve gave little hint in its latest report to Congress that it's prepared to raise U.S. interest rates more aggressively in 2018, reflecting uncertainty among senior officials about how fast inflation will rise this year.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

The New York Post: Manafort deputy Rick Gates set to plead guilty Friday: report
Former Trump aide Rick Gates is expected to plead guilty Friday to charges related to the special counsel's probe into Russian meddling in the U.S. election — a potential sign that he's cooperating with the investigation.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Charts show that Dow 30,000 is still likely
Still, the Federal Reserve and professional investors may spoil the party, says Nigam Arora.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Currencies: Dollar holds to modest gain as Fed officials line up to speak
The U.S. dollar edged up against some major rivals Friday, helping to keep a gauge of the greenback's performance on course for a weekly win, but the market will look for further clues about the path of borrowing rates in remarks by Federal Reserve officials.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

What desk you choose at the office could play a role in your next promotion
Here's why it matters where you sit at work.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Market Snapshot: Dow rises 130 points as investors await further Fed guidance
U.S. stocks climb Friday as U.S. stocks look set to end an up-and-down stretch of trade on a high note, amid consternation about rising bond yields and the reemergence of long-stagnant inflation.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Priceline changes name to ‘Booking Holdings,' because that's what it really does
Some might be shocked at the Priceline name change to Booking Holdings, but it makes sense from a branding standpoint, experts say

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Capitol Report: Live video: Trump delivers remarks at CPAC
President Donald Trump is due to deliver remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference, in which he may address topics including North Korea and the recent shooting at a Parkland, Florida high school.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Metals Stocks: Gold on track for biggest weekly drop this year
Gold prices slipped Friday and headed for their biggest weekly decline so far this year as the dollar stabilized from its drop to a three-year low last week.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Capitol Report: Trump to announce new North Korea sanctions | Obstacles for Congress on gun legislation
The Trump administration plans to announce new sanctions on North Korea; four obstacles Congress faces on gun legislation; and Ohio Gov. John Kasich's team is planning a possible presidential bid in 2020.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

NewsWatch: These stocks still look good even with the ‘end game' coming
The short week and the Winter Olympics are winding down, but is it also the home stretch for the bull market?

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Italian election: Stocks to buy and avoid ahead of the March 4 vote
Investors shouldn't ignore the risk related to the Italian election, says UBS. A political shock could trigger 10-15% downside for Italian equities relative to Europe, they warned.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Bond Report: Treasurys follow European bonds higher amid Italian election jitters
Treasury prices rise, pulling yields lower, on Friday after European government paper rally as unease over upcoming Italian election stokes demand for safe-haven bonds.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: General Mills to acquire pet-products maker Blue Buffalo for $8 billion
Food giant General Mills will buy Blue Buffalo, a pet-food-and-products maker, for $8 billion, or $40 per share.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

The Tell: Why stock-market investors should stop worrying and learn to love rising bond yields
Interest rates are rising for the right reasons as far as the stock market is concerned, says BMO's Brian Belski.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Need to Know: These stocks still look good even with the ‘end game' coming
The short week and the Winter Olympics are winding down, but is it also the home stretch for the bull market?

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Most house hunters have been searching for 3 months or more
The housing market is so tight that most people hunting for a home have been searching for months and report being unable to find anything they want, can afford, and have not been outbid on.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Futures Movers: Oil on track for second consecutive weekly rise
Crude-oil futures Friday morning edged lower, but looked set to market a second straight weekly advance, as bullish inventory reports underpin bullish sentiment.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Will ‘Get Out' win the Best Picture Oscar?
Horror satire picks up awards-season heat in recent weeks.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Emotional support dog injures young girl on Southwest flight
The scuffle is the latest mishap involving emotional support animals and airlines.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Re/Max executives violated company policy over gifts, $2.4 million loan
The internal investigation focused on a series of gifts from Re/Max Holdings Inc.'s co-founder David Liniger and his wife, who remain controlling shareholders, to Adam Contos, at the time chief operating officer, and others whom the company hasn't identified.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Asia Markets: Asian equities advance for further recovery
Asian equities on Friday continued to recover from midweek losses, extending gains into a second straight week.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Key Words: Jeffrey Gundlach trolls Treasury's Mnuchin about wage inflation in tweetstorm
DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey Gundlach does not agree with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin who thinks investors are freaking out a little too much about inflation.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Deep Dive: U.S. companies are posting faster sales growth even before Trump tax cuts
The big cut in U.S. taxes isn't yet reflected in any of the figures.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Europe Markets: European stocks struggle to find impetus to follow U.S. lead higher
European stocks sought firm direction Friday, with investors wading through a pile of corporate updates as they waited for remarks from Federal Reserve officials who may give more insight into the central bank's thinking on interest rates.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: SEC plans to roll back Obama-era mutual fund rules
Securities regulators are planning to pare back Obama-era requirements that would require mutual funds to tell shareholders about large holdings of hard-to-sell assets, in what would be a significant concession to the industry.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Market Extra: Goldman sees a red flag for Amazon, Citi in these options-market moves
The U.S. stock market has retraced much of the ground it lost in its recent correction, giving some support to the idea that a near-term bottom may have been put into prices. However, there are still pockets of the market that investors are skeptical about.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Mark Hulbert: This proven stock market hedge is even more useful now
Rising yields strengthen the case for owning bonds in a market decline, writes Mark Hulbert.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Deep Dive: Amazon, Facebook and Micron are among large U.S. companies with the strongest sales growth
And the big cut in U.S. taxes isn't yet reflected in any of the figures.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Key Words: Mnuchin says U.S. wages can rise without boosting inflation
In an interview with Bloomberg, President Trump's finance chief brushes aside fears that the administration's tax cuts will lead to a spike in consumer prices, arguing that wages can go up without leading to higher inflation.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Next Avenue: Good news: you're not getting older, you're getting better
Geriatric psychiatrist Marc Agronin is on a mission to get rid of those tired notions of aging.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

NerdWallet: Black students are hit hardest by student debt
Higher debt doesn't tell the whole story of why black student borrowers default on student loans.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Grow: What are ETFs? A beginner's guide to exchange-traded funds
Here's everything you need to know to sound smart about ETFs.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

Market Snapshot: Dow futures climb as investors wait for interest-rate clues from Fed speakers
U.S. stock futures pointed to a firmer start for Wall Street stocks, with bond yields cooling and the U.S. dollar climbing.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

London Markets: FTSE 100 slips, heads toward weekly loss as RBS drops after results
U.K. stocks slipped Friday, with investors wrapping up what's likely to be a losing week for blue-chips by focusing on corporate updates, with Royal Bank of Scotland hit after its results while a potential deal lifted publisher Pearson higher.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

RBS posts first full-year profit in a decade, as litigation costs drop
The majority state-owned bank swings to profit despite posting a fourth-quarter loss as costs of litigation and conduct fall sharply, but it has yet to settle with the DOJ over alleged historic mis-selling of mortgage-backed securities.

MarketWatch
Feb 23, 2018

America owes millennials an apology — everyone blows their budgets eating out
It's time to stop bullying young Americans over their food habits.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Where you sit at the office could influence your next promotion
Here's why it matters where you sit at work.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Anbang Insurance Group taken over by Chinese regulators
China's insurance regulatory agency Friday took control of hard-charging, acquisitive Anbang Insurance Group Co., saying the action is needed to avoid collapse of the firm following suspected illegal activity and the downfall of its once-highflying chairman

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Asia Markets: Asian stocks jump to early gains after Dow's rebound
Asian stocks advanced in early trading Friday, rebounding from yesterday's broad selling, after the Dow Jones Industrial Average reversed some of its midweek pullback.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

NRA backlash: Major bank and car-rental giant are ending partnerships
Companies may be starting to rethink their ties to the National Rifle Association in the wake of last week's massacre at a Florida high school, with a major bank and car-rental giant announcing Thursday they were dropping partnership programs with the NRA.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

MarketWatch First Take: HP Enterprise earnings jolt stock, but there isn't much to be excited about
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. surprised investors with stronger-than-expected revenue growth, especially in its server business, but for those hoping that the quarter marked the beginning of big changes under its new chief executive, Antonio Neri, they will likely be disappointed.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

What's better for you: a low-fat or low-carb diet? Scientists have an answer
What's better? Low-fat diets? Low-carb diets? Scientists at Stanford University School of Medicine put it to the test.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

The New York Post: Did a Kylie Jenner tweet really prompt Snap shares to tumble?
Snap stock took a nosedive Thursday — after Kylie Jenner announced she's stopped using the Snapchat app.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Mutual Funds Weekly: This time is really different for investors — just like last time
Investors should always remember that nobody knows anything about the stock market's next move.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Missouri governor indicted for felony invasion of privacy
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens, a former Navy SEAL and best-selling author, was indicted Thursday for invasion of privacy stemming from a 2015 extramarital affair.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

FA Center: Here's how much a fund manager would have to gain to be truly superior
investment returns from year to year are mostly due to luck, writes Michael Edesess.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

The New York Post: Officer at Florida high school who did ‘nothing' during shooting resigns
A Florida sheriff's officer who did "nothing" during the Parkland school shooting last week has resigned in disgrace, officials said Thursday.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Vitaliy Katsenelson's Contrarian Edge: This doggy Dow stock can teach you smart value investing tricks
GE's stumble shows why transparency and long-term thinking pay off, writes Vitaliy Katsenelson.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: SpaceX successfully launches two of its own prototype satellites
SpaceX successfully launched its 18th consecutive commercial payload into orbit on Thursday, but this time two of the company's prototype communications satellites went along for the ride.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Outside the Box: Mueller's Russia indictment should push Trump and Congress to protect 2018 election
Washington must take action before Russia interferes again, writes Chris Edelson.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: SEC planning to roll back Obama-era mutual fund rules
Securities regulators are planning to pare back Obama-era requirements that would require mutual funds to tell shareholders about large holdings of hard-to-sell assets, in what would be a significant concession to the industry.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Airbnb seeks to broaden appeal, adds more hotel listings, loyalty program
Airbnb Inc., looking to solidify sales ahead of an initial public offering expected as soon as next year, is adding more hotels to its site, along with a loyalty program and new tiers of listings that include luxury and more budget-friendly offerings.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Everything coming to Netflix in March — and what's leaving
Netflix Inc. continues to throw its weight around and zero in on luring Hollywood's top creative talent to make shows and films exclusively for the streaming platform. Here's a list of the shows and movies coming to Netflix in March.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Manafort, Gates face new tax and bank fraud charges
Special counsel Robert Mueller's office has obtained new tax and bank fraud charges against former Trump advisers Paul Manafort and Richard Gates, according to an indictment handed down on Thursday.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Market Extra: Want strong stocks that also have a positive impact on the world? Morgan Stanley has 30 candidates
Looking for stocks that don't just do well, but also do good? Here's a start.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Market Extra: Here's why stock-market investors need to keep an eye on the yield curve
Investors should watch the yield curve's movements to see where stocks are headed

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

NewsWatch: Amazon, Facebook and Micron are among large U.S. companies with the strongest sales growth
And the big cut in U.S. taxes isn't yet reflected in any of the figures.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Bond Report: 10-year Treasury yield pulls back from 4-year high as investors dip toe into bond market
Treasury yields dip Thursday, giving back some of the prior day's advance that came after Federal Reserve minutes signaled more interest-rate hikes in the offing.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Calls for mental health treatment after Parkland shooting miss the point: U.S. has major psychiatrist shortage
Many associate doctor shortages with rural areas, but psychiatrist shortages are across the board, with long wait lists for psychiatrists in major U.S. cities.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Capitol Report: Trump has law on his side in call for higher gun-sale age limit, but maybe not Congress
President Trump says U.S. law should be changed to bar anyone under 21 from buying a rifle. Legally, he holds the high ground, but it's still a tough political sell.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Deep Dive: These large U.S. companies are posting the strongest sales growth
And the big cut in U.S. taxes isn't yet reflected in any of the figures.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Currencies: Dollar faces fresh bout of weakness as Treasury yields slip
The U.S. dollar slipped against many of its rivals on Thursday, most notably the Japanese yen, shrugging off weekly jobless claims that hit a 45-year low.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

The New York Post: U.S. Olympic team was struggling in Pyeongchang — and then the women got busy
Midway through the two-week competition, the Americans were on pace for their lowest medal count in 20 years, but a recent surge could lift them out of that slump. Entering competition Friday in Pyeongchang, women had accounted for eight of the past 10 American medals.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Outback parent opens ‘Express' restaurants so you can have your Bloomin' Onion to go
Bloomin' Brands hopes to build its takeout and delivery business to answer consumer demands for dining more at home.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Capitol Report: Trump backs 21-year-old minimum age for all gun purchases in wake of Florida school massacre
President Trump says U.S. law should be changed to bar anyone under 21 from buying a rifle. Legally, he holds the high ground, but it's still a tough political sell.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

CryptoWatch: Bitcoin falls below $10k as euphoric rally peters out
For the second straight day, cryptocurrencies are on the back foot with all major digital currencies in the red Thursday.

MarketWatch
Feb 22, 2018

Market Extra: Here's why a whiff of weaker European economic data won't help the dollar
Economic data shows a hiccup in Europe's growth story, but that might not be enough to give the dollar a lasting boost versus the euro.

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