Wall Street ends flat amid trade fears
July 20, 2018

U.S. stocks were largely unchanged on Friday. As Fred Katayama reports, President Donald Trump’s latest tariff threats against China escalated trade anxieties.


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Microsoft soars past $800 billion in value

Shares of Microsoft rose after the company reported another blockbuster quarter, giving it a market valuation of over $800 billion. Fred Katayama reports.


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Trump threatens tariffs on all $500 bln of Chinese imports

President Donald Trump said he was ready to impose tariffs on all $500 billion of imported goods from China, sending the U.S. stock market and dollar retreating. Fred Katayama reports.


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Rebalance out of tech into cyclicals and staples, says Ken Kamen

Mercadien Asset Management’s president also tells Reuters’ Fred Katayama to move into small caps and financial stocks.


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UK's Brexit plans useful, but questions remain – Barnier

EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier gives Theresa May some slight relief as he said her white paper contains ‘constructive element’s, but questions still remain. Francis Maguire reports.


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Apple Watch, FitBit could get hit by U.S. tariffs

The latest round of U.S. tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods could take a bite out of the Apple Watch, health trackers, streaming music speakers and other accessories assembled in China, government rulings on tariffs show.


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Dow snaps five-day winning streak
July 19, 2018

Wall Street fell on Thursday amid weak earnings reports, intensifying trade jitters, and Trump’s comment about interest rates. Fred Katayama reports.


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Comcast concedes to Disney in bidding war for Fox assets

Comcast dropped its $66 billion bid for Twenty-First Century Fox’s entertainment assets, but said it would still try to buy European broadcaster Sky to increase its international footprint. Fred Katayama reports.


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Wall Street got what it wanted with Comcast-Fox-Disney saga, says Kevin Kelly

Comcast is withdrawing its bid for Fox’s assets to focus on pursuing Sky. The CEO of Benchmark Capital tells Reuters’ Fred Katayama that Comcast needs Sky more than it needs Fox’s entertainment assets.


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Breakingviews TV: Sky’s the limit

Comcast is dropping its pursuit of Twenty-First Century Fox media assets, leaving them to Disney for $71 billion. Instead boss Brian Roberts is aiming for pay-TV group Sky. Jen Saba explains how the four-way battle may end.


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