The “Fast Money ” traders shared their first moves for the market open. Tim Seymour was a buyer of FedEx. Brian Kelly was a buyer of the Junior Gold Miners ETF. Dan Nathan was a seller of the Consumer Staples ETF. Guy Adami was a buyer of CME Group.  Trader disclosure: Tim Seymour is long AMZN,
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Americans for Tax Reform’s Grover Norquist told CNBC on Monday that Sen. Bernie Sanders’ plan to eliminate outstanding student loan debt in the country ignores the real problem of going to college. The Vermont independent’s legislation seeks to cancel $1.6 trillion in existing loans by taxing stock and bond transactions. Norquist took a jab at
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The corporate earnings picture continues to deteriorate, with companies exposed to tariffs taking a particularly strong hit. As profit reports just start to trickle in, the expectations are getting worse. Forecasters already were indicating negative earnings growth for the second quarter, but the outlook also has swung into red numbers for the third quarter, according
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Daniel Ek, chief executive officer and co-founder of Spotify AB. Akio Kon | Bloomberg | Getty Images Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Monday Evercore ISI downgraded Spotify to ‘underperform’ from ‘in line’ Evercore said it is concerned about whether Spotify can generate a gross profit that investors demand. “While our view
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Karen Simons Source: Karen Simons Karen Simons was out of the professional world for more than 20 years to raise her three children. Now she’s a financial planner at the investment advisory firm Yeske Buie. She made that change happen through a “returnship,” the grown-up version of a college internship that companies are increasingly offering
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A Goldman Sachs sign at at NYSE. Brendan McDermid | Reuters Goldman Sachs has offered 1 billion ringgit ($241.73 million) to compensate Malaysia for its role in a multi-billion dollar financial scandal involving a Malaysian state fund — but the prime minister of the Southeast Asian country described that amount as “peanuts.” The U.S. financial
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