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Switch news doesn't translate favorably for Nintendo's stock price

Nintendo's massive unveiling of details for the Switch late last week did not sit well with investors, with the stock taking a hit of more than 5 percent on both the Tokyo and New York stock exchanges soon after the reveal. By Friday...Show More Summary

Gold Stalls at $1205 as Chinese New Year Approaches

Gold prices dipped back below $1200 per ounce as London trading ended on Thursday, easing $7 per ounce from the new 7-week high hit overnight in Asian trade as commodities rose again but New York stock markets followed...

ACC Stock Watch: January 10

Each week during the ACC season, RTC will review the last seven days to discuss the teams, players and anything else trending across the league. STOCK UP Syracuse. Has Jim Boeheim righted the ship in upstate New York? After an incredibly...Show More Summary

Max Ventures & Industries to Sell 22.5% Stake to a Subsidiary of New York Life Insurance Company

The Board of Max Ventures and Industries Limited (MaxVIL) has made a preferential offer, subject to shareholder approval, to issue common stock to

Amazon plans bookstore for New York City - CNET

The Manhattan bookstore is expected to open in the spring, likely stocking best sellers and all the gadgets Amazon wants you to buy.

Frontrunning: January 5

Dollar Posts Biggest Drop Since Trump's Win (BBG) World stocks hit 1-1/2 year high after strong China data (Reuters) Apple pulls New York Times apps in China after government request (Reuters) Macy’s Axes Jobs and Stores, Echoes Kohl’s...Show More Summary

The New Stock Market Where You Could Invest In The Empire State Building

Have you ever wanted to invest directly in New York’s Empire State Building and One World Trade Center or The Shard, the tallest building in London? A new stock market due to launch in 2017 could make this a reality.

Wow, Apple’s definition of a ‘runaway success’ has really changed

Earlier today, Apple CEO Tim Cook took his nephew on a tour of a noted tourist destination called the New York Stock Exchange. While sightseeing, he found the time to talk to CNBC about the new Airpods. We don't have any sales data to...Show More Summary

PM Funds Roundup: ETFs Flee NYSE; Hedge Funds Bullish; Bitcoin Near $1,000

The New York Stock Exchange is losing ground in the ETF space, as funds choose to list with rivals like Nasdaq (NDAQ) or Bats Global Markets (BATS).Asjylyn Loder, The Wall Street Journal. Getty Images Israeli ETFS like the iShares MSCI Israel Capped ETF (EIS) and the VanEck Vectors Israel ETF (ISRA) were little changed by Secretary […]

Here's why you can't get AirPods right now

Apple CEO Tim Cook, talking AirPod availability on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE): AirPods are a runaway success. We're making those just as fast as we can. When asked if Apple could speed up production, Cook said they...Show More Summary

Tim Cook calls AirPods a ‘runaway success’

Apple CEO Tim Cook was all smiles during a brief appearance at the New York Stock Exchange this morning. While taking a quick tour of floor with his nephew, Cook revealed that AirPods are so popular Apple can’t make them fast enough. During a short interview, Cook told CNBC the new AirPods are a ‘runaway […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Apple CEO Tim Cook calls AirPods 'a runaway success,' says 'we're making them as fast as we can' (AAPL)

Apple CEO Tim Cook is in New York City for a few days this week — and on Wednesday, he stopped by the New York Stock Exchange to get a tour of the trading floor with his nephew. CNBC managed to grab Cook for a quick interview, whereShow More Summary

Tim Cook calls AirPods ‘a run away success’, says Apple making units ‘as fast as we can’

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Tim Cook was spotted today visiting the floor of the New York Stock Exchange where he was asked by CNBC about the recently launched (and backordered) AirPods. The Apple CEO described the new wireless earphones as “a run away success” and promised Apple is making more units “as fast as we can” when asked about supply constraints. more… Filed under: Apple

Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls AirPods 'A Runaway Success,' Says 'It's Been a Great Holiday'

Apple CEO Tim Cook toured the New York Stock Exchange with his nephew this morning, where he took a few moments to do a quick interview with CNBC. Cook said he couldn't comment on business when asked, but he told the interviewer that Apple has had a "great" holiday season. Show More Summary

Apple CEO Tim Cook tours New York Stock Exchange while on vacation

Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook is enjoying the holidays in New York City, as he spent Wednesday morning on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange with his nephew, and even fielded questions about the limited availability of AirPod...

Girls in Tech celebrates a decade by ringing the NYSE closing bell

Celebrating a decade of promoting diversity, Girls in Tech leader Adriana Gascoigne rang the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange today. Started a decade ago, the nonprofit group now has more than 50,000 members across 60 chapters around the world. Gascoigne started Girls in Tech in San Francisco in 2007 during the tech […]

Recession in 2017?

A homeless man sleeps on Wall Street near the New York Stock Exchange, Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) For much of this year, economists have speculated a recession is around the corner, but with almost full-employment, wages rising and talk of infrastructure spending by the incoming administration, it’s looking [...]

Stocks Could Suffer As Trump Trade Policy Takes Shape

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

By Rodrigo Campos NEW YORK (Reuters) - The year-end stocks rally on the heels of the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president was built on expectations of reduced regulations, big tax cuts and a large fiscal stimulus. Now signs are...Show More Summary

The war between Wall Street traders just stepped up a notch

A war of words between Wall Street traders just stepped up a notch. It's a battle that has been playing out for some time, typically between market participants behind closed doors. Stock exchanges — in particular the New York StockShow More Summary

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