(WASHINGTON) — Regulators are examining whether Morgan Stanley, the investment bank that shepherded Facebook through its highly publicized stock offering last week, selectively informed clients of an analyst’s negative report about the company before the stock started trading. Rick Ketchum, the head of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the self-policing body for the securities industry, [.
Facebook's IPO is looking more disastrous by the day. Regulators are now probing reports that underwriter Morgan Stanley and other banks cut their revenue forecasts for the company just days before the IPO—but only advised major cli... Read Post
Morgan Stanley lead auto analyst published a research note to clients on Wednesday in which he expressed skepticism about Tesla's stated goal of building 500,000 electric cars annually by 2020. Jonas thinks it will be less than 300,... Read Post
Facebook's lead investment bank Morgan Stanley released its first research report on the stock this morning. Morgan's clients are probably not going to like it. Analyst Scott Devitt and his team start the company at "overweight" but... Read Post