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Donald Trump: The stock market should be as much as 10,000 points higher

The value of U.S.. stock market has risen by $ 9.1 trillion, or 35.6%, since Election Day in 2016, according to Wilshire Associates. For President Donald Trump, that's not nearly enough. Lately, he's blasting the Federal Reserve for raising rates, and he's steadily urging the central banks to return to the policies that support the market during the recent crisis, …

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JPMorgan Banks It; Disney Streams Higher – The colorful fool

Friday morning was a good start for Wall Street, as the winning season started well. Positive news from the financial sector has helped boost the overall market sentiment and investors are looking forward to companies accelerating growth as tax cuts are over one year old and will not impact significantly year-on-year – year old results. Shortly after 11:30 EDT, the …

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JPMorgan earnings exceed estimates for higher interest income. From Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: People Go to JP Morgan Headquarters in New York (Reuters) – JPMorgan Chase & Co (NYSE) reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings on Friday as higher interest income and gains in the Bank's and The bond business compensated for the weakness in trading. The US banks' trading departments had a relatively quiet first quarter compared to a year …

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Stocks tend to stay higher after Fed minutes

US. Stock prices remained largely higher on Wednesday as investors ran the minutes of the March March meeting of the Federal Reserve, detailing why the central bank had abandoned its efforts to normalize its monetary policy. How are the benchmarks running? The S & P 500 Index SPX, + 0.35% rose 5 points, or 0.2%, to 2,883, while the Nasdaq …

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Wall Street closes higher trading hopes, rising in Semis By Investing.com

© Reuters. Investing.com – The S & P 500 closed higher on Wednesday as optimism in trading and rising chip stocks helped offset falling energy stocks. The increase was 0.15%, the increase 0.21%, while it increased by 0.60%. The US-China trade talks are in the final, said Myron Brilliant, US Chamber of Commerce Vice President International Affairs. "90% of the …

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Strike in Mexico: Thousands of Mexican workers argue for higher wages

Hundreds of Coca-Cola workers camp up to a raise in a large bottling plant. More than 8,000 Walmart employees were ready to finish the job until management met some of their demands. And 30,000 striking factory workers finally returned to work after a month-long strike. The workers organize themselves at unprecedented prices along the border – in Mexico. Since January, …

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Oculus introduces the Rift S, a higher resolution VR headset with built-in tracking

Oculus VR today announced the next-generation Rift Headset, a pair of higher-resolution virtual reality goggles that eliminate the need for external cameras with built-in tracking capabilities. The name of the device, as rumored in numerous reports over the last 12 months, is called Oculus Rift S. Surprisingly, it was developed in collaboration with Lenovo. Oculus says it has reached an …

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Amazon's entry-level Kindle gets a lighter and higher price level

Amazon announces an update for the entry-level Kindle (you know, the one called "Kindle" without any cool subtitles) and adds a feature that's been standard throughout the company's entire e-reader range is: a built-in light. Unfortunately, this is about the only major change made to the Kindle's 2019 release. Amazon also says that it has slightly improved the design to …

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Fed hopes for rate hikes drive Wall Street higher. From Reuters

© Reuters. A Trader Passes Screens Showing Spotify on the NYSE in New York By Medha Singh (Reuters) – Wall Street's major indexes climbed on Tuesday as investors approached the end of the year Oncoming stance took the two-day meeting of the US Federal Reserve this week. The turmoil in economic data this month has fueled market expectations that the …

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