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MarketWatchJun 18, 2019
Market Extra: All eyes are on Fed meeting, but more hinges on G-20
The Federal Reserve might save its ammunition until more is known on trade war front

Google Business NewsJun 18, 2019
Stock-market investors haven't been this bearish since the 2008 financial crisis, says Bank of America - MarketWatch
Stock-market investors haven't been this bearish since the 2008 financial crisis, says Bank of America  MarketWatchFund managers haven't been this bearish since the financial crisis thanks to the trade war  Yahoo FinanceBofAML's Fund Manager Survey a 'Parade of Horribles,' Woodard Says  Bloomberg Markets and FinanceBank of America: Investors are the most bearish since 2008 crisis  CNNInvestors Haven't Been This Bearish Since 2008 Financial Crisis  BloombergView full coverage on Google News

MarketWatchJun 18, 2019
In One Chart: How stock-market investors are playing stronger defense now than they did before the financial crisis
Perhaps the most optimistic indicator, currently suggesting a low-risk/high-reward stock market, is that most investors are behav­ing as though they expect troubled times, says Jim Paulsen of The Leuthold Group.

MarketWatch MarketPulseJun 18, 2019
Allergan stock jumps 3.8% after Evercore ISI analyst says company is likely heading toward a split
Shares of Allergan Plc shot up 3.8% Tuesday afternoon after Evercore ISI analyst Umer Raffat said a call with the drugmaker's general counsel left him "with the sense that Allergan is heading towards a split and may likely lay out timelines." He added in a note to clients that he thinks the company will give an update in the next couple of months. Analysts have long called for a split and activist investors have long pushed for the company to also separate out its chairman and chief executive roles, which are both held by Brent Saunders. Allergan has been dealing with some significant issues in the past year -- investors are worried about the future of Botox, the company's biggest earner, as it faces competition in the anti-wrinkle and injectable migraine treatment markets. Investors were also rattled by the failure of depression drug rapastinel -- once considered by many to be Allergan's next big blockbuster drug -- in clinical trials earlier this year. In May, Saunders said he had heard investors' concerns "loud and clear," adding that "everything is on the table," including the possibility of splitting the company up. Shares of Allergan have fallen 10.6% in the year to date, while the S&P 500 has gained 16.4%.

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MarketWatchJun 18, 2019
MarketWatch First Take: ‘Currency war' fears rise as Trump slams Draghi's hint at more ECB stimulus
President Donald Trump's hostile response on Twitter to Draghi's signal that the ECB could move to provide further monetary stimulus as early as next month is stoking fears that a potential U.S. trade war with its major trading partners could also be accompanied by a currency war.

MarketWatch Breaking NewsJun 18, 2019
Gold jumps toward 14-month high as investors bet on dovish central banks
Gold jumps toward 14-month high as investors bet on dovish central banks

MarketWatchJun 17, 2019
MoneyGram and blockchain company Ripple strike a deal that has MoneyGram stock jumping
MoneyGram International Inc. is officially getting on the blockchain, and will be rewarded handsomely by a prominent company in the cryptocurrency space.

MarketWatch MarketPulseJun 17, 2019
WarnerMedia reportedly near $500 million deal with J.J. Abrams
AT&T's WarnerMedia is close to a deal worth around $500 million with Hollywood hit maker J.J. Abrams, the New York Times reported Monday. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions has been behind popular TV shows such as "Lost," "Alias" and "Westworld," and blockbuster movies such as "Star Trek: Beyond" and "Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation." Abrams also directed the Walt Disney Co.'s "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and the upcoming "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker." Under the deal, WarnerMedia would reportedly get the right of first refusal for Abrams' future productions. It is unclear if Abrams will still be able to direct films for other studios. WarnerMedia is expected to launch a streaming service later this year, and is seeking content creators for future competition with Netflix Inc. and Disney Plus, among others.

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