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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.