United States stocks advanced for a second straight day on Tuesday. ||| New York - United States stocks advanced for a second straight day on Tuesday as investors bet the Federal Reserve would temper statements which were interpreted to mean a sooner-than-expected winding down of stimulus efforts. Show More Summary
The NSA is trying to prove the value of its surveillance programs. The U.S. foiled a plot to bomb the New York Stock Exchange because of the sweeping surveillance programs at the heart of a debate over national security and personal privacy, officials said Tuesday at a rare open hearing on intelligence led by lawmakers [...]
The company maintains its common stock payout.
Investors are being rewarded for putting their trust in New York Mortgage Trust. The REIT has declared a common stock dividend for its current quarter of $0.27 per share, to be paid on July 25 to shareholders of record as of June 28....Show More Summary
Speaking to a congressional committee Tuesday morning, General Keith Alexander revealed that government surveillance efforts have thwarted “over 50” possible terrorist threats since 9/11, including plans to bomb the New York Stock Exchange and NYC subway system. Show More Summary
Did the government really disrupt a bomb plot targeting the New York Stock Exchange? The FBI deputy director said that today in a Spygate hearing where the government for the first time said secret spy techniques publicly disclosed two weeks...
Doreen Mogavero on the markets.
I recently met up with veteran exchange trader Doreen Mogavero at the NYSE. In this video, I ask Mogavero to explain what exactly the people wearing blue jackets (you've probably seen them on TV) are doing on the floor of the exchange. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investors accustomed to late market volatility at the end of the quarter should expect an extra jolt on June 28, when billions of dollars in stock trades will be executed in less than two seconds.
To think it only took the world's most (in)famous whistleblower to get the NSA to disclose that it had heroically managed to prevent terrorist attacks involving the New York Stock Exchange (we supposed they refer to the Manhattan-based TV studio and not the actual exchange where the servers are now housed in Mahwah, NJ) and the NY Subway. Show More Summary
A FBI official has detailed how data gathering programs set up by the National Security Agency (NSA) have helped to stop two separate bomb plots targeting the New York Stock Exchange... Keep reading ?
The United States government's controversial data collection practices reportedly helped thwart plots to bomb the New York City subway system and New York Stock Exchange, Federal Bureau of Investigation deputy director Sean Joyce said during a House Intelligence Committee hearing this morning in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary
(WASHINGTON) — The director of the National Security Agency said Tuesday the government’s sweeping surveillance programs have foiled some 50 terrorist plots worldwide, including one directed at the New York Stock Exchange, in a forceful defense of spy operations that was echoed by the leaders of the House Intelligence Committee. Show More Summary
Plots to bomb the New York subway system and the New York Stock Exchange were among more than 50 stopped by secret surveillance programs, the director of the National Security Agency and other officials disclosed Tuesday. The programs also helped stop a plan to attack the office of a Danish newspaper that came under heat […]
National Security Agency surveillance programs helped disrupt plots to bomb the New York Stock Exchange and the New York subway system, an FBI official told Congress on Tuesday. The official, Deputy Director Sean Joyce, said that the programs also linked an American citizen in Ch …
US stocks are opening higher on Wall Street after the pace of home construction picked up in May. ||| New York - US stocks are opening higher on Wall Street after the pace of home construction picked up in May, the latest encouraging sign from the housing market. Show More Summary
“The rich will eat organic and the poor will eat poison,” went one comment in reply to a story quoting New York Times food columnist Mark Bittman that labeling genetically modified foods isn’t a”radical, communist plot.” It used to be the Food section of a newspaper was for homey recipes. Now, it’s full of food [...]
US stock index futures edged higher, trading in a tight range ahead of the start of a highly anticipated Federal Reserve meeting. ||| New York - US stock index futures edged higher on Tuesday, trading in a tight range ahead of the start...Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stock futures edged higher on Tuesday, trading in a tight range ahead of the start of a highly anticipated Federal Reserve meeting.
US stocks rose on Monday, but ended well off their highs as investors speculated about the future of the Federal Reserve's stimulus programme. ||| New York - United States stocks rose on Monday, but ended well off their highs as investors...Show More Summary