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FXCM names interim CEO, changes name to Global Brokgerage
FXCM Inc. said Tuesday it is changing its name to Global Brokerage Inc. and will trade under the new ticker symbol 'GLBR" effective start of trade Feb. 27. The company also unveiled its choice for interim CEO. The news comes after the Commodity Futures Trading Commission issued an order settling National Futures Association charges against FXCM Chief Executive Dror Niv and Managing Director William Adhout for "engaging in fraudulent activities" with respect to FXCM's retail customers, by telling them they used a "No Dealing Desk" order execution model, meaning orders would be executed directly in the market without using a liquidity provider, or market maker. But in fact, FXCM used a "Dealing Desk" model, by routing orders through market maker Effex Capital LLC that was actually supported and controlled by FXCM, allegedly in exchange for kickbacks to FXCM on profitable trades. There were several other charges in the NFA's complaint, but the gist was that FXCM, Adhout and Niv would be permanently barred from NFA membership, and FXCM could no longer operate in the U.S. FXCM agreed to pay a $7 million fine. On Tuesday, FXCM named Brendan Callan as interim CEO. Callan has been CEO of the company's European operations since 2010. The company also named Jimmy Hallac, a managing director at Leucadia Inc., as chairman. Leucadia came to the rescue of FXCM when it was caught out by the Swiss decision to unpeg the Swiss franc from the dollar in January 2015 and holds a major stake in the company. FXCM shares were not yet active premarket, but have lost 74% in the last 12 months, while the S&P 500 has gained 22%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Apple to start India manufacturing in coming months with iPhone SE: source
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Apple Inc will in the coming months start assembling its lower-priced iPhone SE models at a contract manufacturer's plant in the southern Indian technology hub of Bengaluru, an industry source with direct knowledge of the matter said on Friday.
Apple to start India manufacturing in coming months with iPhone SE -source
MUMBAI, Feb 17 (Reuters) - Apple Inc will in the
coming months start assembling its lower-priced iPhone SE models
at a contract manufacturer's plant in the southern Indian
technology hub of Bengaluru, an industry source with direct
knowledge of the matter said on Friday.
Tesla shares are now $2 away from beating record
Tesla Inc. shares were set to extend their winning streak to a fifth day, up more than 1% and only a couple of dollars away from their Sept. 4, 2014, record closing of $286.04 and intraday record of $291.42. The stock traded as high as $287.39 on Tuesday, its best intraday since Sept. 3, 2014, when it traded as high as $288. Tesla's momentum comes a week before the company is scheduled to report fourth-quarter results, and ahead of likely updates on key initiatives such as Model 3 production schedule. Tesla shares on Monday closed at their best in nearly 19 months. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Tesla shares at highest in nearly 19 months
Tesla Inc. stock on Monday traded as high as $280.67, its highest intraday in nearly 19 months, as CEO Elon Musk spoke about a "merger" between intelligence and artificial intelligence to keep humans useful. The company shares traded as high as $286.65 on July 20, 2015, days after Musk unveiled three new options for Tesla's Model S sedan, including the first iteration of Tesla's "ludicrous mode," which ramps up acceleration on Tesla vehicles. The stock corrected sharply the following day, down more than 5%. Tesla reached a record close of $286.04 on Sept. 4, 2014. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Exclusive: Tesla pausing factory for Model 3 preparation this month
Tesla Inc(TSLA) said on Wednesday it will shut down production at its California assembly plant for a week this month to prepare for production of its high-volume Model 3 sedan, moving the company closer to meeting its target to start production in July.
Kellogg to switch delivery model for U.S. snacks unit to cut costs
(Reuters) - Corn Flakes maker Kellogg Co said on Wednesday it would stop distributing its U.S. snacks business's products directly to stores and instead switch to its more widely used warehouse model in order to cut costs.
UPDATE 1-Kellogg to switch delivery model for U.S. snacks unit to cut costs
Feb 8 (Reuters) - Corn Flakes maker Kellogg Co said on
Wednesday it would stop distributing its U.S. snacks business's
products directly to stores and instead switch to its more
widely used warehouse model in order to cut costs.
La-Z-Boy recalls about 2,500 power supplies sold with lift chairs due to shock hazard
La-Z-Boy Inc. said Wednesday it is recalling power supplies sold with lift chairs because of a shock hazard. The maker of recliners and other furniture said the lift chair's power supply cover can crack and end up detaching and exposing the electrical components, which could give users an electric shock. No injuries have been reported so far. "Consumers should immediately stop using the power supplies to power the lift chairs and contact La-Z-Boy for a free replacement power supply," the company said. About 2,500 units are affected, 210 of which were sold in Canada. The recall involves: Gold Series electric Lift Chairs, the Clayton Luxury-Lift (Model 1HL562) and Power Lift (Model 1ML562), and Luxury-Lift (Models 1LF505 and 1LF819), said the company. Consumers can contact La-Z-Boy toll-free at 855-592-9087 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern Monday through Friday. La-Z-Boy shares were down 0.7% in early trade, but have gained 41.5% in the last 12 months, outperforming the S&P 500's 23.5%. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Hyundai may source car batteries from China amid political tension
SEOUL, Feb 8 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor said on
Wednesday it may procure electric vehicle batteries from Chinese
companies for a planned China model after South Korean battery
makers failed to make a list of approved vendors last year.
Goldman adds 50 points to Dow amid deregulation talk
Goldman Sachs on Friday was contributing the lion's share of the Dow Jones Industrial Average's rally in early trade. Goldman Sachs Group's shares were climbing 3.2%, to add about 50 points to the Dow , representing the biggest contributor to the price-weighted blue-chip gauge, which was up about 108 points, or 0.6%, higher at 19,992. Goldman's rally comes as President Donald Trump's administration begins a rethink of the way big American financial firms are regulated, with a focus on repealing many of the Dodd-Frank bank reform rules implemented in the wake of the 2008-09 financial crisis. Critics say the rule hampers banks' ability to be competitive in international markets. A pledge to roll back regulations had been among the centerpieces of Trump's presidential campaign platform. Gary Cohn, director of the White House National Economic Council and former president of Goldman, told The Wall Street Journal Thursday that the administration would review some of the main mechanisms that have shaped how financial firms have been governed. Goldman's gain comes amid a broad rally for the banking sector and comes even as yields of benchmark 10-year Treasury bonds declined in the wake of a jobs report that showed that wage growth, a negative for bonds, is rising only modestly. Tepid inflation can be supportive for bonds because rising inflation erodes their fixed payments. But lower rates can undercut a bank's business model. Investors are betting that deregulation will be a bigger driver for bank's future profits.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Wheels: With a Saw and a Big Budget, Owners Transform Cars Into Convertibles
Automakers have pulled many convertible models, leaving lovers of top-down driving to find their own solutions.
6 Fiat Chrysler Models in List of Cars With Most Safety Complaints
Tesla Model S falls short in IIHS crash tests
Tesla said developments are in the works to make their models safer in the future.
Tesla, BMW Electrics Fall Short of Highest Crash-Test Rating
Two luxury electric vehicles _ the Tesla Model S and the BMW i3 _ fell short of getting the highest safety ratings in new crash tests by the insurance industry
Tesla Model S, BMW i3 Electrics Fall Short in Crash Tests
Two luxury electric vehicles _ the Tesla Model S and the BMW i3 _ fell short of getting the highest safety ratings in new crash tests by the insurance industry
Tesla explains canceled order with German supplier SHW
Electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA) said it canceled a large order with Germany's SHW because the supplier failed to meet its contractual obligations and Tesla did not want to put the production of its new Model 3 sedan at risk.
Porsche recalls 16,429 cars for problems with fastening screws
Porsche is recalling 16,429 models because of problems with fastening screws, with less than a fifth of affected vehicles in its German home market, the carmaker said. The recall affects 911, Boxster and Cayman models built between October 2015 and September 2016, the Volkswagen -owned manufacturer said on Friday.
'Very major border tax' is big migraine for tech
That sighing sound you hear from Silicon Valley is from executives contemplating the implications for their business model from a tax on imports.
Tiger Woods signs with TaylorMade Golf Company
TaylorMade Golf Company has announced a multi-year contract with golf superstar Tiger Woods. According to TaylorMade, Woods will play with the brand's driver, fairway woods, irons and wedges, with specific models to be determined. Woods will also have a role in the design and development of a new iron model. Woods, who turned pro in 1996 and has won 14 major championships, has had a long relationship with Nike Inc. . Nike announced in August that it would stop selling golf equipment like clubs and balls. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise acquires startup Cloud Cruiser
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. has agreed to acquire Cloud Cruiser, the second startup HPE has agreed to purchase in less than a week. Cloud Cruiser -- which was founded in 2010 and had raised roughly $20 million in venture financing, according to Crunchbase -- helps companies track and control the use of public and private cloud computing. Last week, HPE announced the $650 million acquisition of SimpliVity, which focuses on hyperconverged infrastructure and rivals Nutanix Inc. The dual acquisitions show HPE's focus on hybrid IT models that leverage on-premises and cloud computing power. "Cloud Cruiser's consumption analytics offerings enable enterprises such as Accenture, KPN, and TD Bank to measure, analyze, optimize and control their usage and spend in private, public and hybrid cloud environments," HPE executive Scott Weller wrote in a blog post announcing the acquisition. HPE did not disclose the price it paid for Cloud Cruiser nor provide a target date for closing the deal, though it said Cloud Cruiser co-founder and CEO David Zabrowski, a former HP executive, will remain with the company and report to Weller.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Tesla stock upgraded because of ties to Trump and Model 3 production volume
Tesla Motors Inc. was upgraded to overweight from equal-weight at Morgan Stanley Thursday, on the belief that Model 3 production volume is improving and a "surprisingly supportive political environment," supported by CEO Elon Musk's role as strategic advisory to president-elect Donald Trump, will aid the company's expansion plans. Morgan Stanley raised its 12-month price target on the stock to $305 from $242, implying an increase of 30% from Wednesday's closing price. Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas said the upgrade also reflects a greater push by original equipment manufacturers to address the strict regulatory landscape affecting electric cars, and a recent pullback by some major competitors, such as Alphabet Inc. , that once posed a risk to Tesla. Shares of Tesla have risen 17% in the past three months and 16.5% in the past year. The S&P 500 , by comparison, is up 6% in the past three months and 21% in the past year. The stock traded 3.8% higher to $247.50 in premarket trade. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Ford gives Mustang a longer nose, fresh new look
Ford is showing off the redone model Tuesday at events in Detroit, New York and Los Angeles.
UK to test Fiat Chrysler Jeep model after U.S. emission accusations
Britain said on Monday it will carry out tests on the Jeep Grand Cherokee model following U.S. accusations carmaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles mislead regulators on diesel car emissions.
Aston Martin DB4 GT production to resume at Newport Pagnell
Production of the iconic model is to begin again after a decade-long gap.
Netflix's stock rallies after Deutsche Bank upgrade ahead of earnings
Netflix Inc.'s stock rallied 0.9% in premarket trade Friday, after Deutsche Bank upgraded the streaming video service, citing expectations that Netflix will report better-than-expected results next week. Analyst Bryan Kraft raised his rating to hold, three months after starting coverage with a sell rating. He raised his stock price target to $110, but that was still 15% below Thursday's closing price of $129.18, from $92. Kraft said when he initiated coverage of Netflix, he believed the company had "an attractive business model," but the stock was priced two years ahead of the fundamentals, and that a sale of the company was "highly unlikely." His new rating and price target is based on a higher subscriber trajectory internationally, a lower tax rate and the believe that fourth-quarter results will beat guidance for international subscribers. "The key driver of the stock price around earnings reports has predominantly been subscribers," Kraft wrote in a note to clients. Netflix is scheduled to report results after the market closes on Jan. 18. The stock has run up 29% over the past three months, while the S&P 500 has gained 6.5%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Tesla details how it will charge new buyers to use Superchargers
Tesla Motors Inc. on Thursday night announced details of how it will start charging some customers to use its high-speed Supercharger network. Buyers who order their Model S and Model X vehicles after Jan. 15 will receive free annual credits for 400 kWh, about enough electricity for 1,000 miles, the company said in a statement. After that, they will be charged "a small fee" to use a Supercharger station, with exact prices varying state to state, and country to country. The free-credits plan will not apply to buyers of the Model 3, which is expected to roll out later this year. "We are only aiming to recover a portion of our costs and set up a fair system for everyone; this will never be a profit center for Tesla," the company said. As examples, Tesla said Superchargers would cost about 20 cents per kWh in California, and that a road trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles would cost about $15. A cross-country trip from Los Angeles to New York would run about $120. The charges will not apply to existing Tesla owners, who can continue to use Superchargers for free. Tesla first announced the plan to charge new users in November.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Ford expands Takata air bag recall, now affects three million vehicles
Ford Motor Co said on Thursday it will recall about 816,000 vehicles as it widened previous actions affecting models with Takata Corp air bags. The move brings the number of vehicles with Takata air bag inflators recalled around the world by Ford to 3 million, most of them in the United States and Canada.
China's anti-Teslas: cheap models drive electric car boom
BEIJING (Reuters) - More electric cars are sold in China than in the rest of the world combined, but are mainly locally-branded models that are cheaper and have a shorter range than those offered by foreign automakers such as Tesla and Nissan.
Automakers tout new diesels despite Volkswagen's troubles
DETROIT (Reuters) - Automakers unveiled several new diesel models at the Detroit auto show this week, hoping to dispel the doubts created by Volkswagen's diesel emissions scandal and revive interest in a technology that offers benefits under fuel economy regulations.
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