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  • The world’s biggest money manager has faced active stock fund withdrawals and the revamp is its biggest attempt yet to engineer a turnaround. Among the changes, BlackRock is removing some seven traditionalist “Fundamental” portfolio managers from their current assignments, according to a source familiar with the matter. The company will also cut fees on some products that are being rebranded as an “Advantage” series of lower-cost active funds. Much of the company’s active stock franchise is from
    BlackRock plans major changes to its active stockpicking business

  • The impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on society will be “positive”, Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey told CNBC on Tuesday, who also offered to help the U.S. government prepare for the impact of the technology if it wasn’t prepared. AI has received a mixed reception in the technology community even as companies strive towards developing it. Even Google founder Sergey Brin noted recently that he was “surprised” by the pace of advancements in AI but ultimately welcomed it. Other leaders su
    Is the US government ready for the impact of AI? ‘I don’t know,’ Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says

  • Facebook has taken its most aggressive steps yet to counter Snapchat’s popularity among teens. Over the last year the company has duplicated a number of features that Snapchat made famous, including Instagram Stories, which lets users compile multiple annotated photos into a narrative story that disappears, and a very similar basic camera interface. But this morning, Facebook unveiled three new features that essentially finish the job:Facebook Camera Effects = Snapchat Filters: According to a b
    Facebook just rolled out a bunch of features that are almost exactly like Snapchat

  • The lawsuit, filed by the California Civil Rights Law Group, said while Lambert worked at the Oakmont plant between the summer of 2015 and the spring of 2016 he was subjected to “continuous” abuse. Lambert himself described working at the plant as a “dream job that turned into a nightmare.” The complaint alleges that Tesla failed to properly investigate the issue or subsequently take action to protect Lambert. Tesla, in a statement released Tuesday, rejected the accusation that it did not proper
    Tesla rejects racial harassment lawsuit filed by assembly line worker

  • The personal finance site analyzed the expenses of a baby’s first year in two sample households — one with a $40,000 annual income and one with a $200,000 income — to illustrate how families with different resources might cope with all of the expenses associated with a bundle of joy (including food, housing, transportation, diapers and health care). In both cases, expectant parents, including those currently pregnant and those planning to have a child in the next three years, dramatically undere
    The parent trap: Raising baby costs a small fortune

  • Investors should sell shares of L Brands because the company will report earnings below Wall Street expectations in the coming year, according to Jefferies, which reiterated its underperform rating on the specialty retailer. “Our data-driven analyses show the PINK brand is peaking, further cracking the VS monopoly. “We see risks at LB owing to increased competition and pricing compression as VS’s core business is changing.” L Brands is the owner of Victoria’s Secret and Bath & Body Works. The co
    Pink brand has peaked amid compeititon from Aerie, so sell L Brands stock, Jefferies says

  • Traders who have ridden gold higher over the past few months might want to think about cashing out. So far this year, gold has climbed 9 percent, nearly doubling the performance of the S&P 500. “I would be selling into the strength on gold.” Nick Colas, chief market strategist at Convergex, is of a similar mind. However, one strategist think that future political uncertainty could make the metal a better pick than equities.
    This chart says it’s time to start selling gold

  • After Trump’s presidential victory, materials stocks, financials and small caps all surged. And over the past week, the “Trump portfolio” fell to the lowest level since the week of the election. The weakness in this theoretical portfolio comes after Republicans failed to pass a bill repealing the Affordable Care Act. Consequently, it makes sense that stocks that saw a huge surge following increased expectations after Trump’s win would see fit to slip. “I do think the ‘Trump trade’ will reignite
    As expectations meet reality, the 'Trump portfolio' slumps

  • Cramer Remix: Why Hostess could be too risky for your taste 19 Hours Ago | 01:21Hostess Brands may be floating along well so far, but Jim Cramer is worried about this consumer foods play for a host of reasons. And while Cramer has nothing against private equity practices, some of them could endanger the interests of Hostess’ public shareholders, he added. “That’s why my takeaway here is simple: if you like Hostess, I bet you’ll love Flowers Foods, FLO, a pure-play bakery company and the owner of
    Cramer Remix: Why Hostess could be too risky for your taste

  • Jim Cramer rang the lightning round bell, which means he gave his take on caller favorite stocks at rapid speed:Pfizer: “Well, Pfizer’s kind of sitting there. They need to do a deal, they need to split up or buy someone. We do like the fact that Klaus Kleinfeld split the company up and created a lot of value, though.” Because it’s either going to go to $50 or it’s going to go to $9. Mad Money Twitter – Jim Cramer Twitter – Facebook – Instagram – VineQuestions, comments, suggestions for the “Mad
    Cramer's lightning round: Stick with this 'terrific' defense play

  • General Mills is an international giant, meaning its numbers rely in part on the direction of the U.S. dollar. Following that, Williams decided to track General Mills’ stock alongside the Dollar Index. That chart indicated that the dollar’s moves actually predict where General Mills shares will go five months later. But if General Mills sees a turnaround, its 3.25 percent yield could make it an attractive buy, or an interesting takeover target for Kraft Heinz. “The charts … suggest that the be
    Cramer's charts explain why General Mills looks ripe for a run

  • Cramer’s take on how this beauty stock could climb to $100 19 Hours Ago | 09:51In the analyst note, JPMorgan argued that Estee Lauder is well positioned for growth as it is in a secular industry. The analyst note argued that concern about store closures are overblown, and that retailers like Macy’s shutting down underperforming locations actually benefits Estee Lauder by cutting expenses. Cramer disagreed about the concern surrounding brick-and-mortar retailers, but he saw how specialty cosmetic
    Cramer's take on how this beauty stock could climb to $100

  • Cramer: Why it might be time for you to unfollow @POTUS 19 Hours Ago | 12:15″Perhaps it’s time to unfollow the president and stay focused on the facts,” Cramer said. And to Cramer, the facts are simple: “Some stocks just refuse to roll over and play dead.” Cramer applauded Red Hat for its best earnings report in history, and cited a UBS note on Apple’s promise that sent the stock upward. The consumer’s cruising and eating out and generally having a jolly old time,” Cramer said. Mad Money Twitter
    Cramer: Why it might be time for you to unfollow Trump's Twitter feed

  • Gene Munster, who was Piper Jaffray’s widely followed Apple analyst before leaving to launch Loup Ventures, said Tuesday on CNBC’s “Power Lunch” that such a move could well be in the cards. For these two reasons, the next several months should be “clear sailing for Apple investors,” Munster said. Looking forward, Wald forecasts that the stock’s break above its prior $90 to $135 range “measures to $180.” By this logic, after trading in a $45 range, the stock will move $45 above $135. Interestingl
    Apple expert Gene Munster: This is ‘the golden opportunity’ to buy Apple

  • My roommate and I would stumble down the streets of NYC at five in the morning and talk about anything and everything our brains could handle. (As for why we decided to wake up at dawn, it was because our third roommate didn’t think we could do it. We’d see the world wake up, right in front of us. But I never forgot just how empowering it felt to be awake before the rest of the world had even wiped the sleep from their eyes. So, I set one resolution this year: Every morning, I will wake up at 5
    Why waking up at 5 AM every day just makes sense

  • The dollar also got a boost from Chicago Fed President Charles Evans, who said he was in line with most of his colleagues in supporting further rate hikes this year. Evans is known as one of the Fed’s most consistent supporters of low interest rates. Investors saw it as an indication Trump was likely to have difficulty with other parts of his agenda including tax reform and fiscal spending that are likely to increase U.S. inflation. Those fears may have been overdone, analysts said, and with Fed
    Euro hits more than one-week low after ECB wariness report

  • Prime Minister Theresa May will file formal Brexit divorce papers on Wednesday, pitching the United Kingdom into the unknown and triggering years of uncertain negotiations that will test the endurance of the European Union. A firmer dollar capped gains, as it pulled off 4-1/2 month lows, analysts and traders said. Strength in the U.S. currency makes dollar-denominated gold more expensive for holders of other currencies, potentially decreasing demand. Independent technical analyst Cliff Green sai
    Gold ticks higher as Brexit due to be triggered

  • Oil prices rose about 2 percent on Wednesday as U.S. crude inventories rose less than expected, supply disruptions continued in Libya and the OPEC-led output cut by producing countries looked likely to be extended. U.S. crude futures surged to nearly a two-week high after the Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported that crude inventories rose 867,000 barrels last week, nearly half the build expected, as refineries ramped up processing after seasonal maintenance and imports dropped and e
    US crude settles at 3-week high of $49.51, up 2.4% on signs supplies are tightening

  • On Wednesday, the Australian army and emergency workers headed to areas in Queensland state that were hit by Cyclone Debbie. Earlier, official data showed that retail sales retail sales grew just 0.1 percent in February year-on-year, much less compared to January’s growth of 1 percent. In South Korea, the Kospi index closed 0.17 percent or 3.7 points at 2,166.98. It is expected to launch Galaxy S8 smartphone in New York later in the day, and in South Korea tomorrow. The Shanghai composite closed
    Asia markets to watch Brexit news, dollar movements, oil prices

  • “I think the stock market fits that definition” of a bubble, Pomboy told CNBC’s Mike Santoli in an interview. “As an economist I look at stock market valuation by taking total stock market cap relative to GDP and we’re right back where we were in 2000 at the peak … I struggle with the idea that the stock market has a lot of upside room barring some spontaneous acceleration in growth, which sort of strikes me as unlikely.” Investors should buy gold and Treasurys in order to ride out the coming
    Economist Pomboy says stocks are in a bubble, buy gold and bonds


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