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Yahoo BusinessOct 16, 2019
GM's Tentative Deal With UAW Paves Way for Crucial Strike Vote
(Bloomberg) -- General Motors Co. and the United Auto Workers reached a tentative agreement on a new contract, clearing the way for a union vote Thursday on whether to continue a more than month-long strike.The accord, announced by the UAW on Wednesday, may bring an end to the union's first national walkout against the carmaker in a dozen years. It includes $9 billion in investment in U.S. plants, signing bonuses exceeding the $8,000 workers got four years ago, and annual pay raises and lump-sum bonuses over the life of the contract, people familiar with the matter said."The number one priority of the national negotiation team has been to secure a strong and fair contract that our members deserve," UAW Vice President Terry Dittes said in a statement. He said the union's bargaining committee recommends that the GM National Council -- comprised of presidents and chairmen of locals around the country -- vote in favor of putting the deal up for a ratification vote.GM confirmed a tentative agreement had been reached, but neither the company nor the union provided details on what's included in the deal. GM shares rose as much as 2.6% to $37.22, the highest intraday in two weeks.The stakes were rising for both sides as the strike entered a fifth week, costing GM billions, forcing workers to live on $275 a week and denting the economy in Michigan and the Midwest. Analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch estimate the strike has cost GM about $2 billion of earnings, and its striking workers may have lost $2,000 of

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UAW, GM leaders have a deal, now workers will decide (Reuters Business)
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NYTimes BusinessOct 16, 2019
G.M. and U.A.W. Reach Deal That Could End Strike
The accord, which needs ratification by a majority of the company's 49,000 union workers, could end a strike that has idled plants for a month.

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GM reaches tentative deal with union to end strike (FT.com - US)

MarketWatchOct 16, 2019
Market Snapshot: Stocks slip after weak U.S. retail sales and tension with China offsets good corporate earnings
Stocks slipped Wednesday after U.S. retail sales fell for the first time in seven months in September, offsetting a good star to the third quarter corporate earnings reporting season.

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks little changed on data, earnings; pound choppy (Reuters Company News)

Reuters BusinessOct 16, 2019
Weak U.S. retail sales cast pall over slowing economy
U.S. retail sales fell for the first time in seven months in September, suggesting that manufacturing-led weakness could be spreading to the broader economy, keeping the door open for the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates again later this month.

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WRAPUP 3-Weak U.S. retail sales cast pall over slowing economy (Reuters Company News)

MarketWatchOct 16, 2019
Metals Stocks: Gold scores a bounce after cooler-than-expected retail-sales report
Gold prices climb Wednesday as investors watch global political news surrounding trade and Brexit and reacted to a weaker-than-expected reading of U.S. retail sales, which has spurred some haven buying.

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MarketWatch MarketPulseOct 16, 2019
Trump hits back at Graham after senator's Syria-policy criticism
President Donald Trump on Wednesday hit back at Sen. Lindsey Graham after the South Carolina Republican criticized his Syria policy anew. Graham said on Twitter that if Trump continued to make statements calling Turkey's incursion into Syria "not our problem," it will be "worse than President Obama's decision to leave Iraq." Graham also said Trump's statements on Turkey "undercut" Vice President Mike Pence's and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's ability to end the Turkey-Syria conflict. "Lindsey Graham would like to stay in the Middle East for the next thousand years," Trump said at a news conference with Italian President Sergio Mattarella. Pence and Pompeo plan to meet with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has rejected U.S. calls for a cease-fire.

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WRAPUP 4-Trump officials rush to Turkey as Moscow advances to fill Syria void from U.S. retreat (Reuters Company News)

Dismal.com: AnalysisOct 16, 2019
Retail Sales and Business Inventories Cut Into Q3 GDP
Growth in the latest quarter is now on track to rise 1.5% at an annualized rate.

Reuters Company NewsOct 16, 2019
WRAPUP 3-Trump officials rush to Turkey as Moscow advances to fill Syria void from US retreat
The Trump administration dispatched its top officials to Turkey on Wednesday for emergency talks to try to persuade Ankara to halt an assault on northern Syria, while Russian troops swept into territory abandoned by Washington in a sudden retreat.

Yahoo BusinessOct 16, 2019
Chief of Exelon's Utility Business Retires During Federal Probe
(Bloomberg) -- The head of Exelon Corp.'s utility unit has abruptly retired amid a federal probe involving its lobbying in Illinois.Anne Pramaggiore, senior executive vice president and chief executive officer of Exelon Utilities, is leaving "effective immediately," the company said in a statement Tuesday. Calvin Butler Jr., chief of Exelon's Baltimore Gas and Electric utility, was named as her interim replacement.Pramaggiore's departure comes less than a week after Exelon disclosed in a regulatory filing that it received a subpoena from federal prosecutors asking for information related to communications with Illinois State Senator Martin Sandoval. In July, Exelon disclosed it received a subpoena related to its lobbying activities in Illinois.Exelon fell as much as 1.9% Wednesday.The Chicago Tribune reported earlier this month that federal agents had raided Sandoval's office and were searching for information related to concrete and construction businesses and lobbyists and public officials. Officials were also looking for "items related to any official action taken in exchange for a benefit," the Tribune reported, citing documents released by the Illinois Senate.Exelon's statement on Pramaggiore's retirement Tuesday didn't reference the subpoenas. Nor did it give a reason for her departure."We thank Anne for her valuable service," Exelon CEO Chris Crane said in the statement. "We are confident this will be a smooth transition."(Updates shares in fourth paragraph.)\--With assistance from Will

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Reuters BusinessOct 16, 2019
Wall Street inches lower as trade concerns linger
Wall Street edged lower on Wednesday, as concerns over an escalation in the U.S.-China trade war and weak economic indicators persisted, while a raft of upbeat results underlined a solid start to the third-quarter earnings season.

The Motley FoolOct 16, 2019
Hancock Whitney Corporation (HWC) Q3 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
HWC earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2019.

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Reuters BusinessOct 16, 2019
Wall Street flat as upbeat earnings offset trade worries
U.S. stocks were flat on Wednesday as a raft of upbeat earnings reports underlined a solid start to third-quarter results, while concerns over an escalation in the U.S.-China trade war and weak economic indicators lingered.

Yahoo BusinessOct 16, 2019
Bank of America follows other financials with earnings beat
Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Adam Shapiro, Scott Gamm, Julian Emanuel of BTIG and Charles Peabody - Portales Partners Bank President discuss the bank's Q3 earningss.


Reuters BusinessOct 16, 2019
Futures slip on renewed U.S.-China trade war concerns
U.S. stock index futures dipped on Wednesday as a new U.S. bill taking a hard line on China stoked fresh concerns about a prolonged trade war, but more positive results from the banking sector provided some relief and signaled a solid start to the third-quarter earnings season.

Forbes HeadlinesOct 16, 2019
Xi Jinping Could Easily Kill Trump's China ‘Deal' Over Hong Kong
Congress just slapped China across the face. Might Xi Jinping reneg on Liu He's mini-deal, then?

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MarketWatch MarketPulseOct 16, 2019
Tesla stock set for highest close in more than 2 months
Tesla Inc. stock on Wednesday vied for its highest close since July 24 and an eighth straight session higher, which would be its longest winning streak since January 2013. The stock rose 1%, bringing the eight-day run to a gain of nearly 13%. It is up nearly 9% in October, which would follow a 7% increase in September. Tesla is scheduled to report third-quarter results next Wednesday, with Wall Street keeping an eye of profit margins and signs of progress on the company's stated sales and profitability goals. Tesla stock has lost 22% this year, contrasting with gains of around 19% for the S&P 500 index. .

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Reuters BusinessOct 16, 2019
Bank of America puts investments over cost cuts as 'operating leverage' fades
For the first time in nearly five years, Bank of America Corp did not rely on cost cuts to amplify profits - the latest sign of big U.S. banks prioritizing investments in their businesses over short-term gains.

Reuters Company NewsOct 16, 2019
METALS-Copper dips as U.S.-China trade battle seen harming global growth
Copper fell to a one-week low on Wednesday on rising concerns over the health of the global economy as the U.S-China trade row showed no signs of abating, weighing on demand for metals. The International Monetary Fund warned the trade conflict between the United States and China will cut 2019 global growth to its slowest pac

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Sterling falters as Brexit approaches its endgame (Reuters Company News)

Forbes HeadlinesOct 16, 2019
Huawei Still Sold 67 Million Phones In Q3 2019 Despite Google Ban
Huawei's reluctance to reveal its third quarter results today suggests that they weren't as strong as the company had hoped.

KiplingerOct 16, 2019
The Best American Funds for 401(k) Retirement Savers
American Funds is the third-largest fund family in the country, with $1.6 trillion in mutual fund assets. Many of its mutual funds are among the biggest in the land, too. So it should come as no surprise that fund company's portfolios are popular in 401(k) plans.

In fact, eight actively managed American Funds portfolios and five of the firm's target-date funds rank among the top 100 funds with the most 401(k) assets - a list prepared by financial data company BrightScope.

You don't read much about American Funds on Kiplinger.com or in Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine because until recently the firm's funds were sold only through advisers, and with a hefty sales charge, too. At Kiplinger, we favor funds you can buy for no transaction fee. But American Funds recently launched a no-load F1-share class that do-it-yourself investors can buy through a handful of online brokers, including Fidelity and Schwab. (In your 401(k) plan, of course, you don't pay a sales charge to buy shares in any American Funds portfolio.)

American Funds runs its portfolios in a unique way called the Capital System. Managers are encouraged to invest their own money in the funds they run, and most do. Every fund is run by multiple managers - each gets a slice of the fund's assets and applies his or her own style and investment philosophy to choose stocks or bonds. The thinking is, a multimanager approach can enhance diversification, lower overall volatility and drive returns. But as assets have grown, the impact each manager is able to make appears to have diminished, at least in recent years.

Here is our look at the best American Funds options for your 401(k), as well as its other popular offerings that don't quite hit the mark. We analyzed the eight American Funds portfolios, as well as its target-date series, that rank among the top 100 401(k) funds, rating each Buy, Sell or Hold.

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Google Market NewsOct 16, 2019
Prince Harry just gave Meghan Markle the sweetest compliment on her post-baby look - AOL
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Reuters BusinessOct 16, 2019
Wall Street on edge after Hong Kong protests bill
Wall Street inched lower on Wednesday, as a congressional bill related to the Hong Kong protests stoked fears of more friction with China, even as another round of positive earnings reports underlined a solid start to third-quarter results.

Yahoo BusinessOct 16, 2019
Imagine Owning Innophos Holdings (NASDAQ:IPHS) And Wondering If The 40% Share Price Slide Is Justified
While it may not be enough for some shareholders, we think it is good to see the Innophos Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:IPHS...


FT.com - TelecomsOct 16, 2019
Huawei adds commercial 5G contracts despite US sanctions
Pulling back the curtain in the land of OZ, and other gain deferral strategies to consider.

Reuters Company NewsOct 16, 2019
UPDATE 1-Trump broaches tariffs to solve U.S.-EU trade problems, but says 'would be too harsh'
President Donald Trump on Wednesday said that charging additional tariffs on European imports could instantly resolve trade issues between the United States and European Union but he was not ready to add levies at this point.

Reuters Company NewsOct 16, 2019
UPDATE 2-Jump in lira FX swap rates jogs memories of spring squeeze
Turkish lira markets suffered a flashback of their suffocating March squeeze on Wednesday, as authorities moved to keep a lid on volatility after a week of U.S. sanctions and legal charges.

Reuters Company NewsOct 16, 2019
US STOCKS-Wall St flat as upbeat earnings offset trade worries
* Indexes off: Dow 0.05%, S&P 500 0.08%, Nasdaq 0.24% (Updates market action)

CNBC FinanceOct 16, 2019
Fed's Evans says no more rate cuts are needed through 2020
The Chicago Fed president said policy is probably appropriate given an economy that is softening but still in good shape.

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MarketWatch Breaking NewsOct 16, 2019
Turkey's Erdogan rebuffs meeting Wednesday with Pence and Pompeo: reports
Turkey's Erdogan rebuffs meeting Wednesday with Pence and Pompeo: reports

Reuters Company NewsOct 16, 2019
UPDATE 1-Jump in lira FX swap rates jogs memories of spring squeeze
Turkish one-week lira FX swaps jumped to as much as 20.25% on Wednesday, as measures by authorities to limit market volatility revived memories of the squeeze international lira trading went through in March.

SEC.gov Updates: News DigestOct 16, 2019
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SEC.gov Updates: News DigestOct 16, 2019
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Reuters BusinessOct 16, 2019
Old, corroded pipe led to Philadelphia refinery fire: Chemical Safety Board
An old, degraded piece of metal pipe that had not been tested for corrosion led to the June fire and explosions at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions oil refinery, the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board said on Wednesday.

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SEC.gov Updates: News DigestOct 16, 2019
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Reuters BusinessOct 16, 2019
Facebook executive confident Libra will win enough financial backers
Facebook Inc , whose digital currency project Libra has been abandoned by several high-profile partners including PayPal, Visa and Mastercard, still expects to get 100 banks and financial firms on board once it addresses regulatory concerns, the head of the project said on Wednesday.

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Reuters BusinessOct 16, 2019
Corroded pipe led to Philadelphia refinery fire: U.S. Chemical Safety Board
An old, degraded piece of metal pipe that had not been tested for corrosion led to a June fire and explosions at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions oil refinery, the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board said on Wednesday.

SEC.gov Updates: News DigestOct 16, 2019
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CNBC BusinessOct 16, 2019
GM, UAW agree on tentative labor contract that could end a monthlong strike by 48,000 workers
The deal is at least two weeks away from being finalized. It still needs approval from local union leaders and rank-and-file members.

The Motley FoolOct 16, 2019
Better Tech Stock Buy: Facebook vs. Google Parent Alphabet
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MarketWatch MarketPulseOct 16, 2019
Bank of America's stock rises toward 6-day win streak earnings beat, upbeat CEO comments on the economy
Shares of Bank of America Corp. rallied 2.3% toward a sixth straight gain in morning trading Wednesday, after the bank beat third-quarter earnings expectations and provided an upbeat outlook on the U.S. economy. That would match the 6-day win streak ending Jan. 18. Chief Executive Brian Moynihan said on the post-earnings conference call with analysts that despite repeated discussions around a potential recession and concerns over the impact of the U.S.-China trade war, the bank's activities suggests the U.S. economy is in "solid shape" and the consumer continues to benefit by strong employment prospects." Moynihan said he should know, since BofA's annual customer outgoing payments of nearly $3 trillion represents about 15% of the U.S. economy. He said consumer payments are up 6% year to date from the same period a year ago. In addition, Moynihan said commercial loans grew 6%, including 6% growth in the small-business segment. "These are tangible examples that the U.S. economy is in solid shape despite the worries about trade wars, capital investment slowdowns and other global macro conditions," Moynihan said, according to a FactSet transcript. Moynihan did say, however, the bank managed to generate operations savings despite a lower interest rate environment and "other revenue challenges with a slowing economy." The stock has gained 6.6% over the past 12 months, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average has advanced 4.7%.

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Reuters Company NewsOct 16, 2019
Facebook Libra should have "no problem" getting 100 members on board by launch - executive
David Marcus, the head of Facebook's digital currency project Libra, said on Wednesday the group should have "no problem" getting 100 members on board and that he expects banks and other financial firms to join once regulatory issues are addressed.

The Motley FoolOct 16, 2019
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Wall Street Journal US BusinessOct 16, 2019
Huawei Extends Hot Streak in the Face of U.S. Blacklisting
Huawei's revenue rose 24% during the first nine months of the year, despite a U.S. export blacklisting against the world's largest maker of telecommunication equipment.

CNBC FinanceOct 16, 2019
Bank earnings beat the Street, but execs warn lower rates to pressure future earnings
Bank executives warned that low interest rate's hit to net interest margin growth could hurt future earnings.

USA Today MoneyOct 16, 2019
GM, UAW strike deal: Automaker, union reach tentative agreement on new contract
General Motors and the United Auto Workers reached a proposed tentative agreement on a new contract Wednesday, the 31st day of a nationwide strike.       

MarketWatch MarketPulseOct 16, 2019
McKesson, Cardinal Health, AmerisourceBergen stocks surge after WSJ report of $18 billion settlement talks
Shares of McKesson Corp. rallied 5.7% in midday trading Wednesday, enough to pace all of its larger-capitalization health care peers, after The Wall Street Journal reported that the drug distributor, and two others, were in talks to pay $18 billion to settle all litigation brought by state and local governments blaming the companies for fueling the opioid crisis. Of the other two drug distributors, shares of AmerisourceBergen Corp. climbed 4.7% and Cardinal Health Inc. hiked up 3.7%. Shares of Johnson & Johnson rose 2.4% after the WSJ report out late Tuesday, citing people familiar with the situation, said the company was also involved in the discussions to contribute additional money. The four companies' stocks topped the list of gainers in the SPDR Health Care Select Sector ETF , which inched up 0.1%, while the S&P 500 slipped 0.2%.

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Yahoo BusinessOct 16, 2019
Netflix Results Will Test Investors' Mettle as Competition Looms
(Bloomberg) -- The stakes are often high when Netflix Inc. reports results: Stock swings of 10% or more aren't uncommon. But with the shares down more than a fifth since the streaming giant disappointed investors in July, the risk of another plunge may be lower this time around.When Netflix posts results after markets close Wednesday, analysts expect an increase of about 800,000 U.S. subscribers for the third quarter and about 6 million internationally. Whether or not the company hits those targets may depend on how much Netflix's new programming resonated with viewers.The timing of Netflix's latest shows probably helped subscriber growth, said Third Bridge's Scott Kessler, who cited the new season of "Stranger Things" as a potential driver. Netflix also may have gotten a boost from a competitor's show, HBO's "Game of Thrones," ending its run.Gerber Kawasaki Inc., a Netflix investor, also expects "a pop from the people moving from HBO and resubscribing," thanks to "Stranger Things."Still, Gerber investment adviser Nick Licouris said the firm has been reducing its position because of looming competition from Apple Inc., Walt Disney Co., AT&T Inc. and Comcast Corp. The Santa Monica, California-based wealth manager holds more than 12,000 shares valued at almost $3.7 million, according to a June regulatory filing.The earnings report this afternoon "is a heavily debated setup, the trickiest one in a while," said Lynx Equity analysts KC Rajkumar and Jahanara Nissar. The firm called it "a high-wire act" where "much could go wrong."Given that Netflix has been growing so much faster internationally, analysts will be eyeing the company's progress -- and spending -- in key

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Reuters BusinessOct 15, 2019
Oil falls on weaker economic growth forecasts and swelling U.S. crude stocks
Oil prices fell on Tuesday, as investors worried that the unrelenting U.S.-China trade war would keep squeezing the global economy, and that swelling U.S. crude inventories would further pressure prices.

MarketWatch Breaking NewsOct 15, 2019
IMF pegs global economic growth at slowest rate since financial crisis
IMF pegs global economic growth at slowest rate since financial crisis

Reuters BusinessOct 15, 2019
Buffett's Berkshire seeks Fed leeway to boost BofA bet: Fed
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc is seeking permission from the Federal Reserve to boost its stake in Bank of America Corp above the 10% level, according to an application document provided by the Fed on Tuesday.

Wall Street Journal US BusinessOct 15, 2019
Fed's Daly Still Weighing Her Rate View
San Francisco Fed leader Mary Daly said that while central-bank rate cuts will help keep the economy on a good path, she isn't ready to say whether another rate change is warranted.

CNBC BusinessOct 15, 2019
Wells Fargo's stock climbs after earnings, as bank prepares for new CEO
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FT.com - Financial MarketsOct 15, 2019
Woodford fallout spreads beyond fund manager's downfall
Crisis heightens liquidity fears and further erodes investor faith in fund industry

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