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Emergency rate cuts won't be enough to save the unstable stock market, top market strategist warns
Traders are boosting their bets on central banks cutting rates as coronavirus deaths spike, but such policy won't do much for stock markets, Seema Shah, chief investment strategist at Principal Global Investors, said Monday. Rate cuts primarily strengthen borrowing and, in turn, demand. Such policy won't insulate markets "against supply-side concerns," Shah wrote in an emailed statement. Investors should pivot to protecting their portfolios and avoid buying stocks at lower prices, she added, as markets have already demonstrated "over-complacent" behavior toward coronavirus news. Shah recommended investors watch European companies for profit warnings, as the export-heavy economy faces great risk from a manufacturing slowdown. Visit the Business Insider homepage for more stories. Investors looking to buy stock during Monday's dip shouldn't expect much help from central bank policy, Seema Shah, chief investment strategist at Principal Global Investors, said Monday. Traders are boosting their bets on central banks cutting rates as coronavirus fears roil markets.
Coles shopper makes shocking find inside cooked roast chicken
A Coles shopper has taken to Facebook to share his disgust after making a disturbing find in a hot roast chicken.
Australian mum’s ‘genius’ hack for creating ‘next level’ mini Shepherd’s pies with Kmart Air Fryer
An Australian mum has shared her ingenious dinner hack on Facebook - made using an unlikely ingredient and her Kmart Air Fryer.
Religious mom exposed as sexual predator who later harassed victims online
A religious mother had a secret past as a “sexual predator” and used fake Facebook accounts to troll one of her victims, a court heard. Selina Sharafi, 37, abused two youngsters when she was a child herself during a game of “princes and princesses.” Jurors had found the mature student guilty of five offenses of…
What A Bernie Sanders Presidency Could Mean For Big Tech Stocks
If Bernie Sanders were to become president, it could be good for Roku Inc (NASDAQ: ROKU ) and a problem for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL ) and Amazon.com Inc . (NASDAQ: AMZN ), according to a DA Davidson first-take look at the potential impact of Sanders' proposals. Sanders, who cemented front-runner status in the Democratic primary with a win in the Nevada Caucuses, could be bad for big FAANG companies that may stand to lose corporate tax breaks if Sanders were to defeat President Donald Trump later this year and gain a Democratic majority in the U.S. Senate, DA Davidson analyst Tom Forte wrote in the latest in a series of looks at presidential candidate policies. See Also: 8 Stocks To Buy For This 2020 Presidential Election Year Education Policies Could Ramp Consumer Spending But one of Sanders' proposals could be a huge boost for several big companies, particularly those that depend on consumer spending, including companies like Amazon and Apple. If Sanders were to be able to pull off his education proposals, including the creation of tuition-free college opportunities, the canceling of student debt for nearly 50 million Americans and raising the starting salaries of teachers, it could be a boon to corporate America - even though it might …
6 paid iPhone apps on sale for free on February 24th
We know how much our readers love free iOS apps, which is why we dig through the App Store as often as we can to round up the top iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free. Today, we've come up with six different paid apps that are all temporarily free downloads. Only the developers know when these deals might end, so definitely hurry up and grab these freebies before it's too late. This post covers paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. BGR is not affiliated with any app developers. There is no way to tell how long they will be free. These sales could end an hour from now or a week from now — obviously, the only thing we can guarantee is that they were free at the time this post was written. If you click on a link and see a price listed next to an app instead of the word “get,” it is no longer free. The sale has ended. If you download the app anyway, you will be charged by Apple. Some apps may have additional features that require in-app purchases.
Drug developer Gilead soars to 16-month high after WHO official says its experimental treatment is best shot for fighting coronavirus (GILD)
Biotech company Gilead soared as much as 6.9% Monday morning after a World Health Organization official made a hopeful comment on its experimental coronavirus treatment. The drug developer's remdesivir compound is the "one drug right now that we think may have efficacy," Bruce Aylward, an assistant director-general at the WHO, said Monday, Bloomberg reported. The jump comes amid a broad market slump fueled by coronavirus' rising death toll outside China. Watch Gilead trade live here . Shares of drug developer Gilead soared amid a broad market slump on Monday after a World Health Organization official offered a promising comment on its experimental coronavirus drug. The company's remdesivir drug was pushed to clinical trial as the coronavirus outbreak intensifies around the world. The experimental compound is the "one drug right now that we think may have efficacy," Bruce Aylward, assistant director-general at the WHO, said at a Beijing briefing, according to Bloomberg . The company soared as much as 6.9% after the open before paring some gains.
Analyzing Instagram user growth and usage patterns in 2020
This is a preview of the new US Social Trends for 2020 market research report from our partners at eMarketer. eMarketer PRO analyzes the social media industry and provides in-depth analyst reports, proprietary forecasts, customizable charts, and more. Check if your company subscribes to eMarketer PRO, or learn more about access here . eMarketer projected that 788.4 million people worldwide would use Instagram at least once per month in 2019, and more than one-fifth (20.6%) of internet users worldwide would use Instagram. However, since its parent-company Facebook got the brunt of 2019 privacy criticism, there were questions about whether Instagram would experience similar challenges in 2020. Despite concerns, Instagram is expected to remain the fastest growing network by total number of users in the U.S. market. As users flock to this platform for its mobile compatibility and ability to produce, locate, and share exceptional photos, advertisers will use it for its superior commerce, branding, and content discovery capabilities.
Mike Bloomberg has put together a 270-person digital agency to defeat Donald Trump. Here are 17 execs running Hawkfish.
Mike Bloomberg has spent more than $400 million on advertising to topple Donald Trump. Of that, $25.7 million has gone to Hawkfish, his digital agency and primary adtech and data provider that's packed with dozens of people from politics, advertising, and technology. Business Insider identified 17 executives running Hawkfish, including former Facebook Chief Marketing Officer Gary Briggs, and former Foursquare CEO Jeff Glueck. Mike Bloomberg is leaving no stone unturned in his quest to topple Donald Trump. The former New York City mayor has shelled out upwards of $400 million on advertising since joining the presidential race last November — with $25.7 million of that going to Hawkfish, his digital agency and primary adtech and data provider, according to Federal Election Commission disclosures. Hawkfish is central to helping Bloomberg win the presidency and helping the Democratic party catch up to the GOP on the back of data. It's packed with a who's who from the worlds of politics, advertising, and technology .
Fidelity and Charles Schwab say some users ran into technical issues in early trading as stocks tanked the most since August
Fidelity and Charles Schwab apologized to clients Monday morning after technical issues kept users from executing trades during the worst market slump in months. Users took to Twitter with complaints about login errors, their accounts incorrectly showing a $0.00 balance, and delays in filling orders. Monday's open saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average sink nearly 1,000 points as a spike in coronavirus cases outside of China ratcheted up fears of a slowdown in global growth. Schwab, which announced its acquisition of brokerage TD Ameritrade in November, attributed the problems to "higher-than-usual volumes." Visit the Business Insider homepage for more stories. Fidelity and Charles Schwab apologized to clients on Monday after technical issues marred the platforms in early trading. Users were unable to quickly execute trades as US stocks tumbled the most since August, according to numerous Twitter posts. Monday's open saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummet nearly 1,000 points as new coronavirus deaths in Iran, Italy, and South Korea intensified worries of the outbreak dragging on the global economy.
Facebook (FB) earnings: is the stock poised for recovery?
Facebook, Inc. (FB) shares are trading at $146.20, down -3%. The company is announcing its quarterly earnings results on Tuesday after the market close. What's driving Facebook stock price? What's FB stock price forecast?
Snap (SNAP) earnings preview: focus on user and revenue growth
Snap Inc. (SNAP) is expected to report earnings on August 7 after market close. What are SNAP earnings expectations? What news should investors be paying attention to?
Facebook (FB) earnings preview: still no revenue diversification?
Facebook, Inc. (FB) is expected to report earnings on July 25 after market close. What are FB earnings expectations? What news will the market be watching out for?
Alphabet (Google), Apple, Amazon or Facebook: who will win the race?
This past weekend we asked stocks investors on Twitter: which company among the tech giants (Alphabet, Apple, Amazon or Facebook) will outgrowth the competition? We got some pretty insightful responses from our Twitter audience and are sharing with you their growth predictions in this post.
Facebook (FB) earnings expectations: 5 things to watch
Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) is disclosing its earnings results after the close bell today. Investors are wondering what to expect from Facebook earnings.
Alphabet (GOOGL): Why Investors Think This Stock Is A Buy Now
The similarity of Google’s and Facebook's business models, fueled by Facebook’s data leak, resulted in a dip for Alphabet’s stock price. What is the GOOGL price forecast now?
Twitter (TWTR): How Will The Stock Price Move?
Facebook's (NASDAQ: FB) privacy issues have led to Twitter's (NYSE: TWTR) slump of over 10% today. What is the price forecast for TWTR?
Facebook (FB): Should You Buy The Stock Now?
The data incongruity issue has created a pressure on Facebook’s stock performance, which is down 6.79% in yesterday’s trading. Should you buy the stock now?
Snap Inc: Here Is What You Need To Know Prior to Earnings Call Today
Snap Inc. is reporting earnings today after market close. According to Finstead Research, SNAP price target upside is -7.36%. Here is what you need to know about Snap Inc...
FAANG Pullback Inevitable in 2018?
As you're entering 2018, you may be wondering which stocks that you own in your portfolio are bound for a 'correction' in 2018. Here is our take...
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