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Apple Inc. lowered its holiday-quarter revenue forecast Wednesday afternoon, largely due to slowing iPhone sales and pressure in China.
Anthony Scaramucci is back at SkyBridge Capital hedge fund, which he founded in 2005 but that hasn’t stopped the quondam White House staffer from proffering a few pieces of advance to his former boss to juice the stock market.
The dollar rises versus most rivals as weak China data and continued pressure on global stock markets sparks demand for havens. The dollar hangs on to gains as U.S. equities recover from early weakness.
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The Wharton professor who forecast that the Dow Jones Industrial Average would soon see 20,000 at the end of 2015, says a combination of a better-than-expected corporate and economic results should embolden bulls in the near term.
U.S. stocks are lower Wednesday in a volatile day of trading, as investors attempted to shake off data showing a contracting Chinese manufacturing sector and as a partial U.S. government shutdown entered its 12th day.
Thousands of shale wells drilled in the last five years are pumping less oil and gas than their owners forecast to investors, raising questions about the strength and profitability of the fracking boom that turned the U.S. into an oil superpower.
Aphria Inc. has been accused by a short seller of being part of a vast network of reverse mergers and marijuana-focused acquisitions meant to enrich insiders at the expense of shareholders.