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    The Federal Reserve is widely expected to get tough on inflation at its May meeting on Wednesday, after consumer prices surged for more than a year and the central bank was accused of dragging its feet. In a 2pm announcement that is the most anticipated monetary policy announcement in years, the Fed is expected to raise benchmark interest rates by half of a percentage point, taking the target rate to 1 percent.  The central bank is also expected say it will begin the process of reducing its $9 trillion balance sheet, which ballooned during the pandemic as the Fed gobbled up bonds to pump money into the economy. A 0.5 percent rate hike would be the biggest single rate increase since May 2020, but the increase and balance sheet tightening have been widely telegraphed by Fed policymakers and are already priced into markets.  On the other hand, markets will be watching Fed Chair Jerome Powell's 2.30pm press conference, and could react swiftly to any signals that the rate hike path will accelerate this year.  Markets will be watching Fed Chair...
    In this article NLSN BBU NLOK CVS UNH LHCG A screen displays the logo and trading information for GameStop on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) March 29, 2022.Brendan McDermid | ReutersCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. GameStop — Shares of the video game retailer dropped 6% on huge trading volume. More than 8 million shares traded through 10:50 a.m. ET, already doubling its 30-day average full-day volume of 4.6 million. There were some large block trades of GameStop in early trading on the NYSE. Nielsen Holdings – Shares spiked about 20% following news that a group of private equity investors led by Brookfield Business Partners will acquire the ratings company for $16 billion. The company had previously rejected a $9 billion offer from the same group. NortonLifeLock — Shares for the cybersecurity company dropped 4.5% in midday trading. On Tuesday, Morgan Stanley downgraded NortonLifeLock's stock to equal-weight, saying the firm sees "limited catalysts" for the cybersecurity company. A regulatory probe in the United Kingdom into NortonLifeLock's $8.6 billion deal with Avast and higher...
    VIDEO0:4800:48U.S. stocks point to higher open ahead of key economic dataMorning Report Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: Nielsen Holdings (NLSN) – The TV ratings company's stock surged 20.9% in the premarket after it agreed to be acquired by a private-equity consortium for $28 per share. The deal is worth $16 billion, including assumed debt. FedEx (FDX) – FedEx CEO Fred Smith will step down from that role at the company he founded more than 50 years ago. He'll become executive chairman on June 1 and will be replaced as CEO by President and Chief Operating Officer Raj Subramanian. FedEx shares rose 2% in the premarket. LHC Group (LHCG) – UnitedHealth (UNH) will buy the home health-care specialist for $5.4 billion in cash, or $170 per share, according to The Wall Street Journal. LHC will become part of UnitedHealth's Optum health-care services unit. LHC shares jumped 7.5% in premarket action. Uber Technologies (UBER) – Uber is close to an agreement with a San Francisco taxi company to include taxis in its ride-hailing platform in...
    VIDEO1:3801:38News Update – Pre-MarketsNews Briefing Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Boeing (BA) – A Boeing 737-800 jet operated by China Eastern Airlines crashed in the mountains of southern China with 132 people aboard, with no immediate word on casualties. Boeing shares sank 5.8% in the premarket. Anaplan (PLAN) – Anaplan agreed to be bought out by private-equity firm Thoma Bravo for $10.7 billion, or $66 per share in cash. The business planning software company's stock had closed at $50.59 per share on Friday, and the stock surged 28.3% in the premarket. Nielsen Holdings (NLSN) – Nielsen tumbled 18.6% in premarket trading after it rejected a $9.13 billion takeover bid, worth $25.40 per share, from a private-equity consortium. Nielsen said the bid significantly undervalues the company, best known for its TV ratings. Alleghany (Y) – Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) is buying the insurance company for $11.6 billion in cash, or $848.02 per share, compared to Alleghany's Friday close of $676.75 per share. Alleghany will operate as an independent subsidiary of Berkshire. General Motors (GM) – GM bought Softbank's...
    Nitat Termmee | Moment | Getty Images Americans who invest in mutual funds and exchange-traded funds have largely been insulated from financial exposure to Russia amid its conflict with Ukraine. The reasons are twofold: First, fund managers who buy Russian debt or Russian company stock generally do so in small quantities; second, funds that buy these securities (which are generally focused on the developing world) are often a fringe part of investors' overall portfolios. "The reality is most people in a 401(k) might have a really tiny exposure to Russian stocks and/or bonds, probably under 1%," said Karin Anderson, director of North American fixed income strategies at Morningstar, which tracks data on mutual funds and ETFs. However, there are a handful of stock and bond funds with much bigger stakes in Russia, according to data provided by Morningstar Direct. Some took a big hit in recent days, due to Western sanctions aimed at crippling Russia's economy that may be ratcheted up even further. The 10 stock funds with the biggest exposure allocate at least 9% of their assets to Russia,...
    In this article MRNA BKNG LYV An illustration of a Live Nation Entertainment logo is seen on a smartphone and a pc screen.SOPA Images | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Thursday.  Live Nation – Shares of the live event producer popped more than 6% after the company reported a better-than-expected quarterly revenue. Live Nation also said 45 million tickets have been sold for 2022 events, even as ticket prices spiked significantly. Moderna — Shares of the vaccine maker jumped nearly 11% on Thursday after Moderna reported better-than-expected results for the fourth quarter. The biotech company earned an adjusted $11.29 per share on $7.2 billion of revenue. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv were expecting $9.90 in earnings per share on $6.78 billion of revenue. The company's CEO told CNBC that he thought people would need another Covid booster shot in the fall. Gannett – The USA Today publisher's shares tumbled 10.2% after it posted a quarterly loss that was wider than expected. Its revenue for the last quarter came in below expectations. Gannett also said it expects...
    In this article BIRD BBWI REAL EBAY BKNG Signage at eBay headquarters in San Jose, California, U.S., on Monday, Aug. 9, 2021.David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in after-hours trading: Booking Holdings — Shares of the travel booking site operator rose more than 2% in after-hours trading following a strong quarterly earnings report. The company reported a profit of $15.83 per share, which beat analysts' estimates by $2.19, according to Refinitiv. Quarterly revenue of $2.98 billion was higher than the expected $2.85 billion. EBay — The ecommerce giant saw shares tumble more than 7% despite the company reporting a quarterly earnings beat, after it issued earnings and revenue guidance for both the first quarter and the full year that fell below estimates. RealReal — The luxury consignment marketplace saw its stock whipsaw during extended trading after reporting a wider-than-expected quarterly loss. Revenue of $145 million for the quarter topped estimates of $135 million, according to Refinitiv. The company also issued upbeat current-quarter revenue guidance. Allbirds — The shoe maker's shares fell 7%...
    In this article GOOGL DHI EAT CPRI BSX WM VIDEO1:2601:26News Update – Pre-MarketsNews BriefingCheck out the companies making headlines before the bell: Capri Holdings (CPRI) – The company behind Michael Kors and other luxury brands reported better-than-expected earnings for its latest quarter and raised its profit forecast as demand for handbags and apparel remained strong. Capri earned an adjusted $2.22 per share for the quarter, beating the $1.69 consensus estimate, and the stock leaped 10.8% in the premarket. Boston Scientific (BSX) – The medical device maker's stock slumped 4.4% in premarket trading after the company reported a weaker-than-expected outlook. Boston Scientific did beat top and bottom-line estimates for its latest quarter, earning an adjusted 45 cents per share compared with a 44-cent consensus estimate. Waste Management (WM) – Waste Management shares added 2.4% in the premarket, after announcing a planned dividend increase and projecting full-year revenue above current Wall Street forecasts. For its most recent quarter, Waste Management reported adjusted earnings of $1.26 per share, matching estimates. Brinker International (EAT) – The parent of Chili's and other restaurant chains...
    In this article AMC HNST BMBL BYND DIS AFRM The New York Stock Exchange welcomes The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS), on Tuesday, May 4, 2021, in honor of Star Wars Day.Source: NYSECheck out the companies making headlines after the bell: Disney — Shares of the media giant dropped more than 4% in after hours trading after missing on the top and bottom lines of its quarterly results. Disney reported earnings of 37 cents per share on revenue of $18.53 billion. Wall Street expected earnings of 51 cents per share on revenue of $18.79 billion, according to Refinitiv. Disney+ subs also came in short of estimates at 118.1 million, compared to the forecast of 125.4 million. Beyond Meat — Shares of the alternative meat company tanked 13% in extended trading after reporting a wider-than-expected quarterly loss. Beyond Meat reported a GAAP loss of 87 cents per share, lower than the expected loss of 39 cents per share, according to Refinitiv. The company made $106.4 million in revenue, missing estimates of $109.2 million. The company's fourth-quarter outlook also fell short...
    In this article CWH KEY WDFC GAN A KeyBank sign with a market ticker is seen on the facade of the KeyBank Building in Columbus, Ohio.Jay Laprete | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCheck out the stocks that are making the biggest moves after the bell on Wednesday: WD-40 Company — Shares of WD-40 popped more than 10% in extended trading after the company improved its full-year revenue forecast. It now expects sales between $475 million and $490 million for the fiscal year thanks to strong performance in its third quarter. GAN Limited — The online gambling company's stock rose about 16% after the publishing preliminary results for its second quarter of 2021. GAN said it currently expects second-quarter sales somewhere between $34 million and $35 million as "higher-than-expected revenue more than offset strategic investments in talent and technology." Camping World Holdings — The nation's largest retailer of recreational vehicles said Wednesday afternoon that it has an investment in Los Angeles-based Happier Camper. Happier Camper developed a patented modular van conversion system, known as Adaptiv, for vans that allows customers to...
    Medical syringes are seen with Moderna company logo displayed on a screen in the background in this illustration photo taken in Poland on October 12, 2020.Jakub Porzycki | NurPhoto | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Energizer Holdings (ENR) – The maker of batteries and other consumer products reported adjusted quarterly profit of 59 cents per share, short of the 81 cent consensus estimate.  Energizer's revenue did beat estimates, but the company said it incurred higher COVID-related costs to help it meet the needs of its customers and employees.  Energizer also announced a 7.5 million share buyback program.  Separately, Energizer announced that CEO Alan Hoskins will retire on January 1, replaced by current President/COO Mark LaVigne. The shares lost 4.6% in premarket trading as of 7:35 a.m. ET. Edgewell Personal Care (EPC) – The maker of razors and other personal care products beat estimates by 2 cents with adjusted quarterly earnings of 59 cents per share, with revenue beating estimates as well.  The company behind brands such as Schick, Wilkinson, Edge and Playtex also said...
    Ted Sarandos attends the Ted Sarandos panel during Netflix 'See What's Next' event at Villa Miani on April 18, 2018 in Rome, Italy.Ernesto S. Ruscio | Getty Images Here are the stocks making headlines after the bell: Netflix — Shares of the streaming video giant ticked up just under 1% in extended trading after KeyBanc Capital Markets initiated coverage of the company with an overweight rating. The firm said in a note that Netflix was a "winner in over-the-top video" and set a price target of $590 per share on the stock. The target is nearly 24% above where shares closed on Monday.  Nikola — The electric car stock sank 7% in extended trading following a Bloomberg News report that the Securities and Exchange Commission will examine the company after a short seller report. The company released a statement earlier on Monday aimed at refuting accusations made by the short seller. Nikola said that the report had "dozens" of inaccuracies and that it had contacted the SEC.  Camping World Holdings — Shares of the outdoors company rose more than 5%...
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