Numbers by Barron's

Numbers by Barron's

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Which sectors hedge funds bought and sold in the first quarter. How China retaliating for the Huawei ban could hurt Apple. And brick-and-mortar retailers report earnings. Host: Nick Jasinski.

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Debt and China relations could weigh on Tesla stock. Valve-maker Circor's stock surges after a hostile bid. And why the outlook for Occidental Petroleum could be bleak. Host: Nick Jasinski.

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Tech stocks sink because they are complying with Trump's Huawei ban. Ford plans significant job cuts. And Sprint's stock rallies upon a regulator's approval of T-Mobile merger. Host: Alexandra Scaggs.

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How tariffs could hurt Apple earnings per share. Luckin Coffee's first day of trading. And how the trade war with China is helping Bitcoin climb. Host: Alexandra Scaggs.

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A big fund manager shrank its Tesla stake by 81%. More Americans are applying for jobless benefits. And Jeff Koons' 'Rabbit' sets an auction record. Host: Alexandra Scaggs.

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Traders are betting on a Fed rate cut. Foreign investors are buying fewer Treasuries. And shares of Canadian pot producer Aurora jump on good sales results. Host: Alexandra Scaggs.

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A jury awards $2 billion to a couple who alleged that Bayer's Roundup weedkiller caused their cancer. Investors prefer Joe Biden. And attacks on Saudi energy infrastructure make oil prices jump. Host: Alexandra Scaggs.

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A new round of trade tariffs spurs a worldwide selloff in stocks. Why public investors aren't seeing much upside in the Uber IPO. And shares of Apple sink after the Supreme Court ruled that customers can sue. Host: Alexandra Scaggs.

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Nine S&P 500 companies report earnings this week. Why copper prices look set to rise. And why investors may want to consider putting money in a reverse-weighted index fund. Host: Nick Jasinski.

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Beyond Meat is among the best-performing IPOs this year-but there are many other winners. Uber's valuation puts it among the largest automotive companies in the world. And Starbucks' Chinese rival Luckin Coffee is about to go public. Host: Nick Jasinski.

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How Lyft disappointed investors in its debut earnings report. Bitcoin could keep rallying. And why Occidental Petroleum amended its offer for Anadarko Petroleum. Hosted by Nick Jasinski.

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More than 90% of S&P 500 stocks on the fell on Tuesday. One analyst says the market for alternative meats could reach $40.5 billion. And - how much of General Motors' market value does its autonomous driving technology division Cruise represent?

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The S&P 500 rebounded by 1.3% off its lows on Monday. Google may be missing a $10 billion opportunity to monetize Google Maps. And - how much are millennials set to spend on retail next year?

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The US economy adds 263,000 jobs in April. SoftBank's $100 billion Vision Fund considers an IPO. And how much of a fee is Uber taking from McDonalds for using its Uber Eats delivery service?

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Tesla is raising more cash. A Fed candidate did a 180-degree-turn in less than 3 hours. And - what is stock in a plant-based meat company worth?

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Curaleaf Holdings is to pay $949 Million for Cura Partners. States need another $600 Billion to fulfill promises to pay non-pension benefits to retirees. And - how many billion dollars in revenue did Apple make from iPhone sales in its first quarter?

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Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway agrees to invest $10 billion in Occidental Petroleum. President Donald Trump and Congressional Democrats agree to spend $2 billion on infrastructure. And Google's revenue falls short. Hosted by Ben Walsh.

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A new all-time high reached by the S&P 500. 49% of professional money managers are bullish on the markets. And what's the latest high-profile company to file for an IPO? Hosted by Ben Walsh.

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April 29, 2019 201 min

150 S&P 500-companies report earnings this week. Even bullish investors foresee only modest stock gains going forward. And Slack made public its filing for a direct listing of its shares. Hosted by Nick Jasinski.

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April 26, 2019 181 min

Amazon beats earnings expectations. 3M's stock plummets after the company slashes expected earnings. And GDP is estimated to come in at 2% in the first quarter. Hosted by Mary Childs.

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