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What you need to know on Wall Street today

what you need to know on wall street today
*Welcome to Finance Insider, Business Insider's summary of the top stories of the past 24 hours.* The GOP's attempt to overhaul healthcare is dead.  Sen. John McCain stunned much of the US and..
Business Insider

Exxon Mobil profit disappoints Wall Street, Chevron shines

HOUSTON (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp posted a rare earnings miss on Friday, the only international oil producer to do so last quarter, as production slipped in its African and Canadian operations.
Reuters

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News video: Tech slides on Wall Street

Tech slides on Wall Street 01:27

Technology and transportation shares dragged the S&amp;P 500 lower Thursday. Amazon shares dropped in after-hours trading. Fred Katayama reports.
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News video: Wall Street Prepares For Snap Share Sell Off

Wall Street Prepares For Snap Share Sell Off 00:42

A flood of Snap Inc shares held back since the Snapchat owner's initial public offering could start to trade freely next week, pressuring a stock that has already plunged far below its debut price...
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News video: WSJ Columnist Calls Trump 'Whiny, Weepy,' Says Melania Is Tougher Than President

WSJ Columnist Calls Trump 'Whiny, Weepy,' Says Melania Is Tougher Than President 01:14

Columnist Peggy Noonan has blasted President Trump in a Wall Street Journal piece, calling him "whiny, weepy" and "weak." Columnist Peggy Noonan has blasted President Trump in a Wall Street Journal..
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Redfin shares climb in IPO: 'We have done it our way,' CEO says of Wall Street debut

Redfin Corp.'s newly issued stock is up nearly 40 percent in its Wall Street debut Friday. The Seattle-based online real estate company went public Friday morning at $15 per share, above the $12 to $14..
bizjournals

4 negotiating tricks to win a highly-competitive deal, according to Steve Ballmer — who beat out Oprah and Larry Ellison to buy the LA Clippers

4 negotiating tricks to win a highly-competitive deal, according to steve ballmer — who beat out oprah and larry ellison to buy the la clippers
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer always wanted to own a sports team. Ultimately, he bought the LA Clippers for $2 billion, out-bidding numerous other groups that wanted the NBA team, including Oprah..
Business Insider

The murky Chinese company bidding for Scaramucci's business is owned by a barely formed New York nonprofit

the murky chinese company bidding for scaramucci's business is owned by a barely formed new york nonprofit
The largest owner of sprawling Chinese conglomerate HNA is a newly formed New York nonprofit that has yet to get up and running, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. The nonprofit —..
Business Insider

Amazon's Big Profit Miss Spooks Investors, but Analysts Stay Bullish

A steeper-than-expected drop in quarterly profit rattled some Amazon.com investors, but Wall Street analysts remained largely bullish about the company's aggressive spending plans.
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Modest Weakness Remains Visible On Wall Street - U.S. Commentary

While selling pressure has waned from earlier in the session, stocks continue to see modest weakness in mid-day trading on Friday. The Dow has climbed back near the unchanged line, but the broader..
RTTNews

European Markets Pulled Back On Weak Earnings

The European markets ended Friday's session in negative territory. After a weak start to the day, the markets remained stuck in a sideways pattern for much of the session. Losses accelerated slightly..
RTTNews

At midday: TSX falls as banks, consumer names weigh

Wall Street dragged lower by Amazon, tobacco stocks
Globe and Mail

US STOCKS-Wall St dragged lower by Amazon, tobacco stocks

Wall Street slipped on Friday as losses in Amazon and tobacco shares weighed on major indexes.
DNA

Wall Street braces for end of Snap share lockup

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A flood of Snap Inc shares held back since the Snapchat owner's initial public offering could start to trade freely next week, pressuring a stock that has already plunged far..
Reuters

The Wall Street Journal: $1 million or $5,000 a month: which would you choose?


MarketWatch

The Wall Street Journal: Japan slaps 50% tariff on U.S. frozen beef, first such action in 14 years


MarketWatch

Wall Street homes in on wages as economic growth picks up


FT.com

Amazon is falling after missing Wall Street's earnings estimate by a mile (AMZN)

amazon is falling after missing wall street's earnings estimate by a mile (amzn)
Amazon trades down 3.38% at $1,010.63 a share after Thursday's lackluster earnings report that came after markets closed.  The e-commerce behemoth announced earnings of $0.40 a share, missing the..
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