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  • 11/21/2017 11:03:08

    CBS News fires Charlie Rose after sex harassment allegations

    CBS News said on Tuesday it had fired Charlie Rose, one of the most prominent American interviewers, the day after the Washington Post reported the television host had sexually harassed eight women. Rose was a co-host on the morning show "CBS This Morning" and a correspondent for its long-running Sunday night news magazine "60 Minutes."

  • 11/14/2017 18:39:23

    SendGrid prices IPO above range, will sell more shares

    SendGrid Inc. priced its initial public offering higher than expected and will offer more shares than originally planned, which will lead the email-marketing company to a total take of at least $131 million. SendGrid, which sells a software platform that helps companies manage email communications with customers, announced Tuesday evening that it will sell 8.2 million shares at $16 apiece. The 8-year-old startup had previously planned to sell 7.7 million shares at a price of $13.50 to $15.50 a share. Underwriting banks, led by Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan, have access to another 1.23 million shares that could be sold and push the total take higher. SendGrid is on track to report $100 million in annual revenue for the first time this year, and is approaching profitability after raising more than $80 million in venture investment. Shares are expected to begin trading Wednesday morning on the New York Stock Exchange.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.

  • 11/13/2017 18:50:04

    Nikkei edges up in choppy trade; tech shares gain

    TOKYO, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei share average edged up on Tuesday morning in choppy trade, with semiconductor equipment makers attracting buyers, while Mizuho Financial Group fell on dismal earnings.

  • 11/07/2017 13:22:20

    Losses for banks and smaller companies take US stocks lower

    U.S. stocks edged higher Tuesday morning as health care companies and banks made modest gains.

  • 10/24/2017 09:16:52

    Biogen stock drops 7% on concerns about Spinraza revenue growth

    Biogen Inc. shares plummeted as much as 7% in extremely heavy Tuesday morning trade after Wall Street analysts raised questions about revenue growth for rare disease therapy Spinraza. Though sales of the spinal muscular atrophy therapy came in above analyst expectations, or $271 million compared with the FactSet consensus of $253 million, U.S. sales for the drug barely budged, coming in at $198 million compared with $195 million in the second quarter. (Spinraza was approved late last year.) Mizuho analyst Salim Syed described the growth as "flattish." However, because of $30 million of revenue build in the second quarter, "U.S. sales were not really flat," said Bernstein analyst Ronny Gal. "Our estimate is the rate of new US starts will be relatively stable and this will drive slight but limited US growth," Gal said, adding that it's likely that site capacity is slowing down new starts at existing sites. Biogen's shares declined in Tuesday trade despite reporting third-quarter profit and revenue beats, which EvercoreISI analyst Umer Raffat said "seems a bit overdone to me." Biogen management described Spinraza as a "key current and future growth driver" during its Tuesday third-quarter earnings call. "We expect that Spinraza continues on a strong trajectory in terms of patient uptake in the U.S. and internationally," said Biogen Chief Executive Michel Vounatsos, according to the FactSet earnings transcript. "However, due to the impact of the dosing scheduling, we anticipate Spinraza revenue growth in Q4 will be mostly driven by ex-U.S. markets." Biogen shares have surged 8.9% over the last three months, compared with a 4% rise in the S&P 500 .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.

  • 10/24/2017 07:41:58

    Tenet stock declines on CEO's earlier-than-expected departure

    Tenet Healthcare Corp.(THC) shares declined 1.8% in Tuesday morning trade after the company's chief executive officer left the company at an earlier-than-expected date. The company announced in late August that then-Chief Executive Trevor Fetter would step down from his position and a director role either March 15 or when a successor was appointed. However, Fetter stepped down before a permanent successor was appointed.

  • 10/10/2017 09:54:17

    Dow buoyed by Wal-Mart but loses ground as P&G's stock falls on Peltz's proxy vote

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average retreated off session highs late Tuesday morning on reports that prominent investor Nelson Peltz of Trian Fund Management lost a closely watched proxy contest to put him on Procter & Gamble Co.'s board. Shares of Dow component P&G were off $1.27, or about 1.4%, cutting about 10 points from the Dow . The price-weighted blue-chip gauge, however, is being buoyed by rally in shares of retail giant Wal-Mart Stores Inc. , which was up, $3.59, or 4.5%, and contributing roughly 25 points to the benchmark's gain after the retailer said announced a $20 billion stock buyback program and detailed its profit and sales outlook. A $1 shift in any one of the Dow's 30 components equates to a 6.89-point swing. At P&G's annual, general meeting on Tuesday, Peltz failed to win a seat on the company's board, according to P&G. Peltz's Trian, however, sees the vote as too close to call. Most recently, the Dow was up 31 points, or 0.1%, at 22,791. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 index was trading 2 points, or 0.1%, higher, at 2,547, while the Nasdaq Composite Index was flat at 6,576. All three equity benchmarks touched intraday records on Tuesday but have since pulled back from session highs. 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.

  • 09/26/2017 09:34:31

    AMC is partnering with Dreamscape Immersive to scale virtual reality technology in Hollywood

    Movie theater chain AMC Entertainment Inc. said on Tuesday that it has entered into a wide-ranging strategic partnership with location-based virtual reality start up Dreamscape Immersive in a move that both side hope will "rapidly scale the development" of the virtual reality technology. AMC shares rose as much as 4% in Tuesday morning trade. As part of the deal, AMC will lead a $20 million series B funding round and invest $10 million in Dreamscape, as well as finance up to six Dreamscape VR centers in its cinemas over the next 18 months. AMC's theaters are also home to some of Imax Corp.'s VR centers. AMC will also invest $10 million into a content fund. Dreamscape has green-lit its first piece of original content and is in licensing talks with Hollywood studios. Dreamscape's series A funding round includes investors such as, Time Warner Inc.-owned Warner Bros., 21st Century Fox , Imax and Steven Spielberg. Shares of AMC have declined nearly 54% in the year to date, while the S&P 500 index is up more than 11%.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.

  • 09/12/2017 21:32:30

    Asian stocks mostly higher after Wall Street record highs

    U.S. stocks continue to rise Tuesday morning as banks move higher along with bond yields.

  • 09/12/2017 14:55:02

    Gains for banks and retailers take stocks to record highs

    U.S. stocks continue to rise Tuesday morning as banks move higher along with bond yields.

  • 09/12/2017 12:58:35

    US stocks rise further as banks climb with interest rates

    U.S. stocks continue to rise Tuesday morning as banks move higher along with bond yields.

  • 09/12/2017 10:39:02

    Shares of McDonald's head for worst daily drop in a year, exact 40-point toll on Dow industrials

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Tuesday was powering higher in early trade, despite a drag produced by McDonald's Corp. The fast-food behemoth was cutting almost 40 points from the price-weighted Dow in morning trade, with its stock down $5.47, or 3.4%--putting it on track for the worst performance among the benchmark's 30 components. A decline at this level would represent the worst one-day tumble for the company since July 26, 2016, according to FactSet data. A $1 move in any one of the Dow components equates to a 6.89-point swing in the equity average. Despite the headwind, the Dow was trading near a closing peak, with shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. helping to offset McDonald's share drop . Goldman's shares were up $6.27, or 2.8%, adding 43 points. The reason for shares of McD's retreat were being attributed to a bearish note from research firm M Science. Other benchmarks, were trading in positive territory, with the S&P 500 index setting a fresh intraday all-time high at the open and the Nasdaq Composite Index trying to climb near its own record level. The Dow, meanwhile, was up 62 points, or 0.3%, at 21,120, off its best levels of the session but still in record territory. 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.

  • 09/05/2017 14:11:43

    Goldman and United Tech's stocks contribute nearly 100 points to Dow's 234-point slump

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Tuesday shed more than 230 points, with the bulk of that downturn driven by declines in shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and United Technologies Corp. Goldman's shares alone sliced 55 points from the Dow in early morning trade, off $8.10, or 3.6%. United Tech's stock closed down $6.71, or about 5.7%, after the industrial conglomerate said late Monday it had reached a deal to buy airplane-parts maker Rockwell Collins Inc. for $23 billion. United Tech rival, Boeing Co.'s shares also traded firmly lower in the wake of the merger news, down $3.33 or 1.4%. Meanwhile, insurer Travelers Inc. also pushed the equity gauge down. Its shares finished off $4.47, or 3.7%, as Hurricane Irma was upgraded to a Category 5 storm and nearing Florida. A $1 move in the price-weighted Dow equates to a 6.89-point swing in the average. Heightened tensions between the West and North Korea were cited as the main reason behind the market's retreat after Pyongyang tested a hydrogen bomb over the weekend. The Dow closed off 234 points, or 1.1% at 21,753, while the S&P 500 index ended the session 0.8% lower at 2,457, and the Nasdaq Composite Index shed 0.9% at 6,375. 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.

  • 09/05/2017 12:57:03

    Goldman and United Tech's stocks contribute nearly 100 points to Dow's 240-point slump

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average early Tuesday was trading more than 240 points lower, with the bulk of that downturn driven by declines in shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and United Technologies Corp. Goldman's shares alone were slicing 55 points from the Dow in early morning trade, off $8.23, or 3.6%. United Tech's stock was off $6.09, or about 5.2%, after the industrial conglomerate said late Monday it had reached a deal to buy airplane-parts maker Rockwell Collins Inc. for $23 billion. United Tech rival, Boeing Co.'s shares were also trading firmly lower in the wake of the merger news, down $2.72 or 1.1%. Meanwhile, insurer Travelers Inc. also pushed the equity gauge down. Its shares were off $3.93, or 3.3%, as Hurricane Irma was upgraded to a Category 5 storm and nearing Florida. A $1 move in the price-weighted Dow equates to a 6.89-point swing in the average. Heightened tensions between the West and North Korea were cited as the main reason behind the market's retreat after Pyongyang tested a hydrogen bomb over the weekend. Other benchmarks were trading in decline as well. Most recently, the Dow was down 240 points, or 1.1% at 21,746, while the S&P 500 index was off 0.9% at 2,453, while the Nasdaq Composite Index shed 1.1% at 6,364. 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.

  • 09/05/2017 10:49:07

    Goldman's stock contributes 50 points to Dow's 250-point slump

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average early Tuesday was trading more than 250 points lower, with the bulk of that downturn driven by declines in shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and United Technologies Corp. Goldman's shares alone were slicing 50 points from the Dow in early morning trade, off $7.44, or 3.3%. United Tech's stock was off $5.85, or about 5%, after the industrial conglomerate said late Monday it had reached a deal to buy airplane-parts maker Rockwell Collins Inc. for $23 billion. United Tech rival, Boeing Co.'s shares were also trading firmly lower in the wake of the merger news. Meanwhile, insurer Travelers Inc. also pushed the equity gauge down. Its shares were off $3.57, or 3%, as Hurricane Irma was upgraded to a Category 5 storm and nearing Florida. A $1 move in the price-weighted Dow equates to a 6.89-point swing in the average. Heightened tensions between the West and North Korea were cited as the main reason behind the market's retreat after Pyongyang tested a hydrogen bomb over the weekend. Other benchmarks were trading in decline as well. Most recently, the Dow was down 240 points, or 1% at 21,748, while the S&P 500 index was off 1.1% at 2,450, while the Nasdaq Composite Index shed 1.4% at 6,344. 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.

  • 09/05/2017 10:25:58

    Goldman's stock contributes 50 points to Dow's 200-point slump

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average early Tuesday was trading more than 200 points lower, with the bulk of that downturn driven by declines in shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and United Technologies Corp. Goldman's shares alone were slicing 50 points from the Dow in early morning trade, off $7.44, or 3.3%. United Tech's stock was off $5.70, or about 4.8%, after the industrial conglomerate said late Monday it had reached a deal to buy airplane-parts maker Rockwell Collins Inc. for $23 billion. United Tech rival, Boeing Co.'s shares were also trading firmly lower in the wake of the merger news. Meanwhile, insurer Travelers Inc. also pushed the equity gauge down. Its shares were off $2.92, or 2.4%, as Hurricane Irma was upgraded to a Category 5 storm and nearing Florida. A $1 move in the price-weighted Dow equates to a 6.89-point swing in the average. Heightened tensions between the West and North Korea were cited as the main reason behind the market's retreat after Pyongyang tested a hydrogen bomb over the weekend. Other benchmarks were trading in decline as well. Most recently, the Dow was down 210 points, or 1% at 21,779, while the S&P 500 index was off 0.8% at 2,455, while the Nasdaq Composite Index shed 1.1% at 6,364. 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.

  • 09/05/2017 10:12:21

    Goldman's stock contributes 50 points to Dow's 225-point slump

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average early Tuesday was trading more than 225 points lower, with the bulk of that downturn driven by declines in shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and United Technologies Corp. Goldman 's shares alone were slicing 50 points from the Dow in early morning trade, off $7.44, or 3.3%. United Tech's stock was off $5.70, or about 4.8%, after the industrial conglomerate said late Monday it had reached a deal to buy airplane-parts maker Rockwell Collins Inc. for $23 billion. United Tech rival, Boeing Co.'s shares were also trading firmly lower in the wake of the merger news. Meanwhile, insurer Travelers Inc. also pushed the equity gauge down. Its shares were off $2.92, or 2.4%, as Hurricane Irma was upgraded to a Category 5 storm and nearing Florida. A $1 move in the price-weighted Dow equates to a 6.89-point swing in the average. Heightened tensions between the West and North Korea were cited as the main reason behind the market's retreat after Pyongyang tested a hydrogen bomb over the weekend. Other benchmarks were trading in decline as well. Most recently, the Dow was down 225 points, or 0.9% at 21,766, while the S&P 500 index was off 0.9% at 2,455, while the Nasdaq Composite Index was trading 1.1% lower at 6,367. 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.

  • 09/05/2017 09:19:10

    Goldman's stock contributes more than 50 points to Dow's 170-point slump

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average early Tuesday was trading more than 160 points lower, with the bulk of that downturn driven by declines in shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and United Technologies Corp. Goldman 's shares alone were slicing more than 50 points from the Dow in early morning trade, off $7.53, or 3.3%. United Tech's stock was off $5.37, or about 4.6%, after the industrial conglomerate said late Monday it had reached a deal to buy airplane-parts maker Rockwell Collins Inc. for $23 billion. Meanwhile, insurer Travelers Inc. also pushed the equity gauge firmly lower, down $2.40, or 2%, as Hurricane Irma was upgraded to a Category 5 storm. A $1 move in the price-weighted Dow equates to a 6.89-point swing in the average. Heightened tensions between the West and North Korea were cited as the main reason behind the market's retreat after Pyongyang tested a hydrogen bomb over the weekend. Other benchmarks were trading in decline as well. Most recently, the Dow was down 170 points, or 0.8% at 21,817, while the S&P 500 index was off 0.5% at 2,463, while the Nasdaq Composite Index was trading 0.6% lower at 6,397. 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.

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