Ex-HSBC employee on tax mission
July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Erik Schatzker reports on todays top news stories on Market Makers. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Gold prices shuffled between gains and losses Wednesday, as negotiators worked to end fighting between Israel and Hamas, even as the two sides continued to battle. Ira Iosebashvili joins MoneyBeat with Paul Vigna. Photo: Getty Images.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - WED JUL 23, 9:47AM CDT
Investors focus on European markets in face of more Russian sanctions and eye earnings as U.S. stock futures edge up slightly Wednesday morning. WSJ's Polya Lesova joins Simon Constable on the News Hub with the markets report. Photo: Getty
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - WED JUL 23, 9:00AM CDT
Investors are eyeing Facebook, Apple and Boeing stock Wednesday morning. WSJ's Polya Lesova tells Simon Constable why on the News Hub. Photo: Getty
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - WED JUL 23, 8:58AM CDT
July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Bloombergs Alix Steel reports on today's top headlines on In The Loop.
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A confidential examination by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York found that Deutsche Bank's U.S. operations suffer from a litany of serious problems, including shoddy financial reporting, inadequate auditing and oversight and weak technology systems. David Enrich joins Sara Murray with the details. Photo: Getty Images.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - TUE JUL 22, 3:09PM CDT
Americans find social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn downright irritating, despite the fact that we spend hours a day perusing them but which ones do they despise the most? MarketWatch’s Catey Hill tells Lunch Break’s Tanya Rivero who won this dreaded award. Photo: Getty
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - TUE JUL 22, 11:54AM CDT
Research firm eMarketer estimates that mobile ad spending will climb 83% this year to nearly $18 billion, surpassing newspaper and radio. CMO Today's Steven Perlberg breaks down the numbers on MoneyBeat.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - TUE JUL 22, 9:44AM CDT
Will Bill Ackman once again, cry wolf on Herbalife, the nutritional supplement company that he’s called a massive pyramid scheme? Or will he actually deliver the “deathblow” to Herbalife that he has been threatening for 19 months? WSJ's Steve Russolillo takes a look on MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - TUE JUL 22, 9:40AM CDT
CIT Group's planned purchase of OneWest will catapult its assets to beyond $50 billion, which put the bank under increased scrutiny by banking regulators. WSJ's Saabira Chaudhuri explains why for some backs, bigger may not necessarily be better. Photo: Getty Images.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - TUE JUL 22, 9:35AM CDT
Apple fans have a lot to be excited about right now. MarketWatch's Sital Patel joins Simon Constable on the News Hub to discuss why and what to look for in the company's earnings report. Photo: Getty
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - TUE JUL 22, 8:57AM CDT
More than two dozen of the largest U.S. companies have current CEOs and CFOs hailing from the same alma mater, according to a Wall Street Journal review of data from executive recruiter Crist|Kolder Associates. WSJ's Maxwell Murphy joins Simon Constable on the News Hub with more on this. Photo: Getty
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - TUE JUL 22, 8:49AM CDT
Recent studies measure how social status and authority shape our perceptions of time and how those in authority feel they have more control over it than do their stressed subordinates - the so-called "boss effect." WSJ's Lee Hotz joins Lunch Break’s Tanya Rivero with the details. Photo: iStock/Yuri
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - MON JUL 21, 12:11PM CDT
WSJ Ahead of the Tape columnist Spencer Jakab visits MoneyBeat and points out Orange may be the new black, but Netflix remains a far cry from being the new HBO. Photo: Getty Images.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - MON JUL 21, 9:44AM CDT
Investors have grappled with many obstacles this year, ranging from the withdrawal of the Federal Reserve's postcrisis stimulus to patchy economic growth and military flare-ups in Ukraine and Israel. Their response? Buy the dips. Dan Strumpf joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - MON JUL 21, 9:34AM CDT
MarketWatch's Victor Reklaitis joins Paul Vigna on the News Hub to discuss the three top stocks to watch today, including Allergan, EMC Corp. and Netflix. Photo: Allergan
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - MON JUL 21, 9:27AM CDT
U.S. stocks kicked off the week in a decline, as investors paused following last week's run to record highs. MarketWatch's Victor Reklaitis joins Paul Vigna on the News Hub with the details, plus which stocks to keep an eye on. Photo: Getty
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - MON JUL 21, 9:07AM CDT
A look at overnight market activity in Asia and Europe in the wake of global turmoil, and to where U.S. futures point with regard to Friday's opening bell. WSJ's Emma Moody discusses on the News Hub with Simon Constable. Photo:
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - FRI JUL 18, 9:55AM CDT
Marketwatch's Chuck Jaffe says brokerages should have their customers' best interests in mind, but they often don't. Photo: Getty Images.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - FRI JUL 18, 9:52AM CDT
With Wal-Mart making a big push for products “made in the USA,” companies are working to meet the need. But “made in the USA,” right now at least, doesn’t exactly mean, well, made in the USA. WSJ's Tim Aeppel explains on MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - FRI JUL 18, 9:41AM CDT
Investors are eying Google, IBM and General Electric stock Friday morning. Emma Moddy tells why on the News Hub with Simon Constable. Photo: Getty
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - FRI JUL 18, 9:24AM CDT
U.S. stocks tumbled after a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet near the Russia-Ukraine border rekindled worries about fighting in the region. WSJ's Steven Russolillo joins the News Hub with Sara Murray.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - THU JUL 17, 4:31PM CDT
Despite calls from the stock bulls that the bond market was on the verge of a big slide, it hasn’t happened in 2014. Charles Schwab fixed-income strategist Kathy Jones joins MoneyBeat, and says the mantra for the bond market is likely going to be “slow and low.” Photo: iStock.com/leezsnow.
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Wells Fargo Advantage Funds portfolio manager Lyle Fitterer says New Jersey's general obligation bonds are a good investment despite the recent downgrade.
China's crackdown on iron ore import loans may cause volatility in the metal's prices because there is no hedge market in place for iron ore, says Jonathan Barratt of Ayers Alliance.
Gene Needles, CEO of American Beacon Advisors, says frontier markets are where emerging markets were decades ago
David Gaud of Edmond de Rothschild discusses the latest HSBC China flash manufacturing PMI, and the impact of the RMB's depreciation on China's economy.
Gene Needles, CEO of American Beacon Advisors, says debt investors can get better yields than in high-yield bonds
A strong rupee gives India's central bank flexibility in terms of interest rates policy, says Sunil Garg of JPMorgan.
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