Markets and Business News Review Markets and Business News Review Respective post owners and feed distributors Fri, 08 Nov 2013 08:21:40 -0500 Feed Informer FT 1000: Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies - IT urn:uuid:477c1f6d-482c-99cf-f14f-f6b39d371649 Fri, 01 Mar 2024 00:08:00 -0500 The latest annual ranking shows the extent to which entrepreneurship continues to thrive, despite a backdrop of considerable political and social upheaval given rising interest rates and a slowing economy ETF industry observers advise caution when adjusting portfolios - Equities urn:uuid:6f543db1-f97e-5819-0760-ac32ab41db9e Fri, 01 Mar 2024 00:00:38 -0500 Global elections, regional conflicts and sky-high US equity prices might test the patience of investors this year Apple faces the most disruptive threat it has seen in the iPhone era - IT urn:uuid:87a845ca-786a-4e75-0850-720c1739da2d Fri, 01 Mar 2024 00:00:38 -0500 The company has strengths in AI but ground to make up as rivals Google and Microsoft move fast Burn Book — a love-hate report from the tech front line - IT urn:uuid:6a397a21-40f7-1cef-bfc3-d9df77632be4 Fri, 01 Mar 2024 00:00:38 -0500 Journalist Kara Swisher’s breezy, score-settling memoir canters through a career covering Silicon Valley and its moguls Judge Fines Ex-Fox News Reporter, Catherine Herridge, for Not Revealing Sources NYT > Business Day urn:uuid:946cfeaf-9abb-a9e7-6329-c8bb39a484e7 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 22:37:54 -0500 The journalist, Catherine Herridge, had reported on an F.B.I. investigation of a scientist’s Chinese ties. She was held in contempt of court. Herridge, Catherine Cooper, Christopher Reid News and News Media News Sources, Confidential Status of Freedom of the Press First Amendment (US Constitution) Fox News Channel Chen, Yanping Katie Robertson Catherine Herridge faces fines of $800 a day for withholding sources for articles written in 2017 while she worked at Fox News. John Paul Filo/CBS News, via Associated Press China Has Thousands of Navalnys, Hidden From the Public NYT > Business Day urn:uuid:1fa8bdcb-6217-02c2-caab-036db46d85f6 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 21:34:01 -0500 China has no dissident with the kind of public profile that Aleksei A. Navalny had. The government has many critics, but they all disappear from view. 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Robert Schroeder Agence France-Presse/Getty Image Look out, Super Micro: Dell is cementing itself as an AI play too - Top Stories – Sponsored by: CyberTrader urn:uuid:09e7465d-86d2-034c-4d8e-5bd1c8f0718a Thu, 29 Feb 2024 20:26:00 -0500 ‘I think it’s a big opportunity for us,’ Dell’s COO says, as hardware maker eyes return to revenue growth in 2025 Therese Poletti Getty Images New York Community Bank’s stock slides after leadership changes, ‘material weaknesses’ notice - Top Stories – Sponsored by: CyberTrader urn:uuid:de7116be-01fc-41e2-e675-9afb9d4efdc1 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 20:24:00 -0500 New York Community Bancorp Inc. on Thursday announced an immediate leadership shakeup, including a new CEO, after the bank booked a big hit to its profits last year, said it had “material weaknesses” in its accounting protocols and disclosed other financial-reporting issues. 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Jon Swartz Dell’s big quarter, fueled by surge in AI-server demand, sends stock soaring 19% - Top Stories – Sponsored by: CyberTrader urn:uuid:5f1e1df3-615c-aeec-8810-67d4dc81f4ef Thu, 29 Feb 2024 20:17:00 -0500 Dell Technologies Inc.’s stock jumped 19% in extended trading Thursday after the company put up quarterly results that eclipsed Wall Street’s expectations. It also announced a 20% increase in its annual cash dividend, to $1.78 per share Jon Swartz Agence France-Presse/Getty Image New York Community Bank Reports $2.4 Billion More in Losses as C.E.O. Resigns NYT > Business Day urn:uuid:4bbea9ed-b1f8-1356-a5c7-2befea1444fe Thu, 29 Feb 2024 19:54:58 -0500 The lender said its earnings were far weaker than it had earlier stated, and it disclosed the discovery of “material weaknesses” in its internal controls. Banking and Financial Institutions Appointments and Executive Changes Company Reports New York Community Bancorp Inc. Signature Bank Rob Copeland New York Community Bank’s bad news on Thursday was the last thing the bank needed after weeks of trying to assuage investors’ concerns about its financial health. Ted Shaffrey/Associated Press How Cable News Handled Biden and Trump at the Southern Border NYT > Business Day urn:uuid:06d431c9-6c1d-2a89-8987-d085060ca237 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 19:16:47 -0500 Fox News and CNN aired both men’s remarks in full; MSNBC carried neither one live. Television Presidential Election of 2024 News and News Media CNN MSNBC Fox News Channel Hannity, Sean MacCallum, Martha Nye, Bill Watters, Jesse Eagle Pass (Tex) Michael M. Grynbaum President Biden speaking with Border Patrol agents on Thursday in Brownsville, Texas. Kenny Holston/The New York Times Vanguard says chief Tim Buckley will leave $9tn asset manager this year - Financial Markets News urn:uuid:c03cc9d0-3abd-0f58-9d8d-161c2a58bf14 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 19:07:14 -0500 Head of world’s second-largest money manager has overseen rapid growth but faced climate criticism My friend’s controlling husband pressured her to give up her job — and ‘lost’ her passport. What can we do? - Top Stories – Sponsored by: CyberTrader urn:uuid:4a276368-ae7e-2ae6-91f7-845332449607 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 19:07:00 -0500 “She has complained that her husband has forced her out of the house on several occasions.” Quentin Fottrell Getty Images I borrowed $20,000 from my mother in 1996, but only repaid $5,000. She deducted the entire loan from my inheritance. I need that money. 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Why she could make more money staying in college than the WNBA. - Top Stories – Sponsored by: CyberTrader urn:uuid:362f2eb4-094c-302a-b546-22b9ca5014b1 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 17:48:00 -0500 The highest salary Clark can make in the WNBA is $76,535. She currently makes over $900,000 in NIL deals. Weston Blasi Getty Images AMD is worth $300 billion for the first time. These stats show its dramatic rise. - Top Stories – Sponsored by: CyberTrader urn:uuid:0b98bf3e-b6d8-b55e-e7ee-bfe2051dbfc6 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 17:47:00 -0500 AMD was the 222nd largest company in the S&P 500 five years ago. Lop off a digit and you get its current rank. Emily Bary Getty Images U.S. Proposes New Rules to Ease Flying for Travelers in Wheelchairs NYT > Business Day urn:uuid:9f3e2bd2-76ae-079a-3097-da932a5ff270 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 17:35:08 -0500 The Transportation Department said the proposed regulations would make it easier to hold airlines accountable for mishandling passengers’ wheelchairs. Airlines and Airplanes Disabilities Discrimination Wheelchairs Regulation and Deregulation of Industry United States Politics and Government Buttigieg, Pete (1982- ) Transportation Department (US) Biden, Joseph R Jr Mark Walker The proposed rules would require additional training for workers who physically assist disabled passengers or handle their wheelchairs. Scott McIntyre for The New York Times The S&P 500 is overbought, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to sell - Top Stories – Sponsored by: CyberTrader urn:uuid:a6355688-1b6b-939b-35f4-52df3b0d2038 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 17:34:00 -0500 Signs of a market top are everywhere — and investors are ignoring them for now. Lawrence G. McMillan Getty Images/iStockphoto U.S. stocks are off to their best start to a year since 2019 — and the rally is not just about the ‘Magnificent Seven’ - Top Stories – Sponsored by: CyberTrader urn:uuid:f1c55d32-2ec9-18ca-c7aa-d62807f18b36 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 17:30:00 -0500 Beaten-down corners of the stock market also found the spotlight to start 2024. Isabel Wang MarketWatch photo illustration/iStockphoto Nursing Home Staffing Shortages and Other Problems Still Persist NYT > Business Day urn:uuid:ff838713-4a67-f67b-9e7f-d539f9d41c6a Thu, 29 Feb 2024 17:20:35 -0500 Infection control lapses, severe staffing shortages and lowering vaccination rates have continued to plague many facilities beyond the pandemic. 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William Watts Getty Images Warren Buffett Sold Apple While Continuing To Buy 2 Big Dividend Energy Stocks 24/7 Wall St. urn:uuid:c79439db-9e76-40d3-f657-51d7d9f791b7 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 16:15:17 -0500 <p>If any investor has stood the test of time, it’s Warren Buffett, and with good reason. For years, the “Oracle of Omaha” has had a rock star-like presence in the investing world, and his annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting draws thousands of loyal fans who are investors. Known for his long buy-and-hold strategies and his [&#8230;]</p> <p>The post <a href="">Warren Buffett Sold Apple While Continuing To Buy 2 Big Dividend Energy Stocks</a> appeared first on <a href="">24/7 Wall St.</a>.</p> <p><strong>If any investor has stood</strong> the test of time, it’s Warren Buffett, and with good reason. For years, the “Oracle of Omaha” has had a rock star-like presence in the investing world, and his annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting draws thousands of loyal fans who are investors.</p> <p><strong>Known for his long</strong> buy-and-hold strategies and his massive portfolio of public and private holdings, he remains one of the preeminent investors in the entire world. Long-time investors and Buffett mavens are familiar with his quote, “His favorite holding for an S&amp;P 500 stock is forever”, so it’s not surprising to report that for all of the success and stature Berkshire Hathaway has in the investment world, the 5 top companies make up almost 75% of the fund&#8217;s total holdings.</p> <p><strong>While much more concentrated</strong> than most portfolio managers would ever consider, the strategy has worked for Berkshire Hathaway investors for years and likely will in the future.</p> <p><strong>While the portfolio moves</strong> are generally not earth-shaking, selling some of the most significant positions in Berkshire Hathaway is very notable. In addition, Warren Buffett continues to add shares to his energy positions.</p> <h2>Warren Buffett finally sold some Apple stock</h2> <figure style="width: 1366px" class="wp-caption aligncenter"><img decoding="async" loading="lazy" src="" alt="" width="1366" height="768" data-caption="" data-id="417712" data-credit="Kent Sievers /" /><figcaption class="wp-caption-text">Mr. Warren Buffett</figcaption></figure> <p><strong>In a move that surprised</strong> many, Berkshire Hathaway reported selling 10 million shares of Apple Inc. (<a href="" data-lasso-id="4534772">NASDAQ: AAPL</a>) in the last quarter of 2023. While for most portfolio managers, that would be a gigantic portfolio move, it was the proverbial drop in the bucket as the fund still holds 905,560,000 shares, which equates to a 5.9% stake in the legacy technology leader. The sale only lowered Apple holdings by 1%.</p> <h2>The Berkshire Hathaway Apple position is still huge</h2> <figure style="width: 1366px" class="wp-caption aligncenter"><img decoding="async" loading="lazy" src="" alt="" width="1366" height="768" data-caption="" data-id="1188372" data-credit="PhillDanze / iStock Editorial via Getty Images" /><figcaption class="wp-caption-text">New York Apple store</figcaption></figure> <p><strong>Despite the sale,</strong> Apple remains by far and away the largest holding in Warren Buffett&#8217;s portfolio. The stock is worth a stunning $164,069,380,800  at current trading levels and<span style="font-weight: 400;"> generates $869,337,600 in passive dividend income every year. </span></p> <h2>The problem selling Apple presents</h2> <figure style="width: 1366px" class="wp-caption aligncenter"><img decoding="async" loading="lazy" src="" alt="" width="1366" height="768" data-caption="" data-id="681037" data-credit="SARINYAPINNGAM / iStock via Getty Images" /><figcaption class="wp-caption-text">A stock trader looks at charts.</figcaption></figure> <p><strong>Many Wall Street writers</strong> and analysts have commented on the sale, and while it’s not a big deal at the margin if Warren Buffet ever started selling shares on a large scale, Apple’s stock price could plunge.</p> <h2>Warren Buffett loves two mega-cap energy stocks</h2> <figure style="width: 1366px" class="wp-caption aligncenter"><img decoding="async" loading="lazy" src="" alt="" width="1366" height="768" data-caption="" data-id="1019619" data-credit="Funtay / iStock via Getty Images" /><figcaption class="wp-caption-text">Producing oil rig</figcaption></figure> <p>While the Apple sale was an eye-opener for many, Berkshire Hathaway bought another 4.3 million shares of Occidental Petroleum Corporation (<a href="" data-lasso-id="4534773">NYSE: OXY</a>) in early February.</p> <p>Mr. Buffett has loaded the boat on Occidental Petroleum, which pays Berkshire Hathaway a reported $897,455,953 in annual dividends. $218,255,953 from the common stock and $679,200,000 from Occidental preferred stock which yields 8%.</p> <h2>Another huge buy of Chevron also hit the tape</h2> <figure style="width: 1366px" class="wp-caption aligncenter"><img decoding="async" loading="lazy" src="" alt="" width="1366" height="767" data-caption="" data-id="557325" data-credit="Joe Raedle / Getty Images" /><figcaption class="wp-caption-text">Chevron storage tank</figcaption></figure> <p><strong>Many on Wall Street feel</strong> that an additional purchase of 16 million more shares of Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CVX) not only speaks to Mr. Buffett’s bullish take on energy but also seems to re-enforce the decision by Chevron to forge ahead with the $53 billion merger with Hess Corporation (NYSE: HES).</p> <p><strong>Chevron announced</strong> last fall that it has entered into a definitive agreement with Hess Corporation (<a href="" data-lasso-id="4534774">NYSE: HES</a>) to acquire all of the outstanding shares of Hess in an all-stock transaction valued at $53 billion, or $171 per share based on Chevron’s closing price on October 20, 2023. Under the terms of the agreement, Hess shareholders will receive 1.0250 shares of Chevron for each Hess share. The transaction&#8217;s total enterprise value, including debt, is $60 billion.</p> <p><strong>Berkshire Hathaway</strong> owns 6.8% of Chevron&#8217;s outstanding stock with 126,093,326 shares, and the energy giant makes up 5.1% of the portfolio. 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An estimated 178,000 people died in 2021 from similar causes. your-feed-healthcare Drunken and Reckless Driving Research Disease Rates Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Deaths (Fatalities) Alcohol Abuse Prices (Fares, Fees and Rates) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Institutes of Health internal-storyline-no Christina Jewett and Jan Hoffman Charly Triballeau/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images 10-year Treasury yield ends with biggest monthly jump since October - Top Stories – Sponsored by: CyberTrader urn:uuid:e88bf39b-56f0-6c01-dd6a-5750151221c5 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 16:08:00 -0500 The rate on the 10-year U.S. government note finished February with its largest monthly advance since the fourth quarter of last year after a stream of U.S. data pointed to persistent inflation. Vivien Lou Chen Is ESG over? - Financial Markets News urn:uuid:0ba52023-25b6-5c5e-0cec-6b6966fdef0b Thu, 29 Feb 2024 16:00:00 -0500 Environmental, social and governance investing principles were a dominant topic for years. What happened? Shares of GSI Technology, which sparked meme-like buzz, set for longest winning streak since July - Top Stories – Sponsored by: CyberTrader urn:uuid:f2a11cb6-9978-ac50-b6a7-e056aa445932 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 15:56:00 -0500 GSI Technology Inc. shares climbed 11.05% Thursday, putting the memory specialist on pace to extend its winning streak to four days — its longest such streak since July 13, 2023, when it rose for four straight trading days, Dow Jones Market Data show. James Rogers MarketWatch photo illustration/iStockphoto Chemours’s stock plunges on news that accounting issues are much worse than first thought - Top Stories – Sponsored by: CyberTrader urn:uuid:fa8355f1-5632-6d71-a564-1a1435de00e4 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 15:46:00 -0500 Chemours’s stock plummeted Thursday as investors learned that the accounting issues they were made aware of two weeks ago were much worse than they had realized. Tomi Kilgore Chemours Co. The U.S. Economy Is Surpassing Expectations. Immigration Is One Reason. NYT > Business Day urn:uuid:64266869-e606-24b4-42a1-67096e8e6671 Thu, 29 Feb 2024 15:25:58 -0500 Immigrants aided the pandemic recovery and may be crucial to future needs. The challenge is processing newcomers and getting them where the jobs are. 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