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1 hour ago | Bloomberg
Citi Private Bank’s Peng: We Are Still Overweight Equities
Sep.22 -- Ken Peng, Asia Pacific investment strategist at Citi Private Bank, discusses current market risks, how he’s positioning portfolios and his outlook for emerging markets. He speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”
2 hours ago | FOX Business
Tom Homan: VP Harris is 'disgusting' for treating border agents this way
Former acting ICE director slams the president's immigration policies on 'Fox Business Tonight' #FoxBusiness Subscribe to Fox Business! https://bit.ly/2D9Cdse Watch more Fox Business Video: https://video.foxbusiness.com Watch Fox Business Network Live: http://www.foxnewsgo.com/
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2 hours ago | Bloomberg
China to Focus on Preserving Evergrande's Projects, Author Says
Sep.22 -- Dinny McMahon, author of "China's Great Wall of Debt" and an analyst at Trivium China, discusses China Evergrande Group's debt woes. Evergrande said it resolved a domestic bond coupon due Thursday. The focus has shifted to a $83.5 million interest payment also due Thursday on a five-year dollar note. McMahon speaks with Haidi Stroud-Watts and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
2 hours ago | FOX Business
Country's entire delegation quarantined for COVID after UN gathering
The Biden administration warned that the United Nations General Assembly gathering could turn into a "COVID-19 super-spreader."Now the first diplomatic infections are being reported.The entire delegation from Brazil is under quarantine for 14 days after two officials, including the country's health minister, Marcel Queiroga, tested positive for the virus.Controversial Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has not taken a vaccine and has questioned coronavirus vaccines even as his nation notches one of the highest death tolls in the world from coronavirus, soon nearing 600,000 deaths. He addressed the General Assembly just prior to President Biden on Tuesday, but a UN worker, donning gloves and a mask, wiped down the podium with sanitizer and changed the microphone cover between each appearance by a world leader.
2 hours ago | MarketWatch
New California law protects Amazon warehouse workers facing quotas
Gov. Gavin Newsom signs bill that makes California the first state in the nation to regulate working conditions related to quotas at Amazon warehouses.
3 hours ago | FOX Business
Marsha Blackburn: Dems 'going for broke' with this bill
Tennessee Republican Marsha Blackburn slams the president's economic agenda on 'Fox Business Tonight' #FoxBusiness Subscribe to Fox Business! https://bit.ly/2D9Cdse Watch more Fox Business Video: https://video.foxbusiness.com Watch Fox Business Network Live: http://www.foxnewsgo.com/
3 hours ago | Bloomberg
Panama to Cash in on Vaccine Tourism, Minister Says
Sep.22 -- Ramón Martínez de la Guardia, Panama's minister of commerce and industries, discusses the government's Covid-19 vaccination program and its implications for the economy. He also talks about the state of the Panama Canal, one of the key transit routes for global trade, and the renegotiations over royalties of a copper mine between the government and Vancouver-based First Quantum Minerals Ltd. He speaks with Shery Ahn and Haidi Stroud-Watts on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
3 hours ago | MarketWatch
Biden expected to name Wall Street bank critic to watchdog post
President Joe Biden plans to nominate a law professor who has criticized Wall Street banks to oversee some of the largest U.S. lenders, according to people...
3 hours ago | FOX Business
Ex-White House staffer on why Biden's team gets nervous when he speaks
Former White House strategic communications director Mercedes Schlapp joined "Fox Business Tonight" to discusses President Biden ignoring questions from the press after his meeting with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.MERCEDES SCHLAPP: I think there is so much nervousness that surrounds this White House communications team. They’re very concerned, it seems to me, about what President Biden will say. They like to have a very scripted president, and let me tell you, it worked during the campaign. During the election they could hide him in a basement, he didn’t have to answer a lot of questions, but now as president it’s a different ball game. You have these reporters coming in, they want answers. I think there’s a huge frustration coming out of the White House press pool, as we have seen they filed a complaint. Being pulled out of press events, and not being able to ask any questions especially during a bilateral meeting, which usually in a case like this you would have a press conference with your counterpart from another country to be able to talk about the big issues that are impacting both countries. And that doesn’t seem to be the way the White House comms team is driving this narrative. 
3 hours ago | CNBC
Britney Spears conservatorship: Ex-prosecutor predicts timeline for when Jamie Spears may be removed
Former prosecutor David Henderson predicted that September 29 would mark the day that Jamie Spears would be removed from daughter Britney Spears' conservatorship. "I think this is one of those situations where you turn on the light, and the bugs scatter," the Civil Rights lawyer told CNBC's "The News with Shepard Smith." "I think that on the 29th, we can expect to see him removed."Britney Spears stated in court documents Wednesday, for the first time, that her father, Jamie Spears, should be removed from the conservatorship. She had previously asked a judge for it in a court hearing, but Wednesday's filing is a new step that makes it official.Henderson explained, however, that the conservatorship will likely continue past Sept. 29. 
3 hours ago | The Motley Fool
Facebook Blames Apple for Its Ad Business Woes Amid Escalating Feud
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3 hours ago | Bloomberg
"Bloomberg Market's Euro Close" Full Show (09/22/2021)
Sep.22 -- Bloomberg Markets: European Close. Live from New York and London, analyzing the major market moving stories across the day in Europe, hear from the biggest newsmakers and showcase the unrivaled expertise of Bloomberg News.
3 hours ago | MarketWatch
FDA backs Pfizer COVID-19 boosters for seniors and those at high risk
The U.S. has moved a step closer to offering booster doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to seniors and others at high risk from the virus.
3 hours ago | CNBC
FDA authorizes Pfizer's Covid booster shots for people 65 and older and other vulnerable Americans
In this articleThe Food and Drug Administration authorized Pfizer and BioNTech's Covid-19 booster shots for people 65 and older and other vulnerable Americans six months after they complete their first two doses, making many Americans eligible to receive the shots now.The FDA's decision largely follows recommendations given Friday by its key vaccine advisory committee at a more than 8-hour agency meeting. The Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee voted 16-2 against distributing the vaccines to Americans 16 and older, before unanimously embracing an alternate plan to give boosters to older Americans and those at a high risk of suffering from severe illness if they get the virus.
4 hours ago | CNBC
Cramer's lightning round: You can buy more Ulta Beauty
Ulta Beauty: "You can buy more Ulta Beauty. We sat down with management recently. ... I like that stock very much."Laredo Petroleum: "I don't Laredo. I've got a bunch of them that I do like. I like Devon, I like Chevron, I like Pioneer, and I like Conoco. Let's go that way."AbCellera Biologics: "This is an incredibly speculative name that a lot of people have great hopes for. It's down on its luck, but you know I'm never going to say no to a [speculative bet] when it comes to biologics, which I think is the future."Gilat Satellite Networks: "That thing is so far down, why not give it a shot? I hate to be so cavalier as to that, but that company, Gilat, is too, too cheap."DisclaimerQuestions for Cramer? Call Cramer: 1-800-743-CNBC
4 hours ago | Bloomberg
"Bloomberg Markets" Full Show (09/22/2021)
Sep.22 -- Alix Steel brings you news you need to know and trends you need to watch as U.S. markets get into the trading day.
4 hours ago | FOX Business
Sen. Rob Portman slams Dems' for suspending debt limit
Republican Ohio Senator discusses the latest with the U.S. House approving bill to suspend debt limit on 'Kudlow' #FoxBusiness Subscribe to Fox Business! https://bit.ly/2D9Cdse Watch more Fox Business Video: https://video.foxbusiness.com Watch Fox Business Network Live: http://www.foxnewsgo.com/
4 hours ago | CNBC
Jim Cramer says two of his biggest worries about the stock market are now off the table
CNBC's Jim Cramer said a pair of major investment concerns have been resolved in the near term, suggesting that's a reason for the stock market's Wednesday rally."While I've still got plenty of worries, two of the biggest have now been taken off the table," the "Mad Money" host said, after the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 snapped four-session losing streaks.One resolution came from the Federal Reserve, which maintained its highly accommodative monetary policy after the central bank's policymaking arm held a two-day meeting. That meant the investors who were concerned the Fed may announce a policy tightening due to high inflation were proven wrong and needed to respond, Cramer said.
4 hours ago | Entrepreneur
Fintechs and e-commerce startups lead the list of Top Startups 2021 in Mexico
In its third edition in Mexico, LinkedIn announces its 2021 list of Top Startups, which celebrates the most resilient companies within the startup ecosystem in the country.
4 hours ago | CNBC
Cramer sees buy opportunity in Adobe after CEO's 'seasonality' comments
In this articleCNBC's Jim Cramer said Wednesday he believes there is "a buying opportunity that we don't deserve" in shares of Adobe.The software maker closed down 3% Wednesday in what was a positive day for Wall Street overall. The reason for Adobe's pullback, according to Cramer, was because CEO Shantanu Narayen mentioned "seasonality" during a Tuesday earnings call when discussing third-quarter results.Adobe CFO John Murphy also mentioned seasonality on the call, according to a FactSet transcript, and multiple analysts asked the executives about how it impacts parts of the business."If [Narayen] simply said, 'we had the usual weakness, but actually it wasn't as bad as previous summers' — which, by the way, has the added advantage of being true — I bet the stock would barely have been dinged at all," the "Mad Money" host said, noting Adobe beat Wall Street's revenue and earnings estimates, while also issuing strong guidance.
4 hours ago | Bloomberg
The Fed Will Still Air on the Side of Doing Too Much, Says Schutte
Sep.22 -- Brent Schutte, WMC chief investment strategist at Northwestern Mutual Life, says the Federal Reserve will still air on the side of doing too much. He's on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
4 hours ago | MarketWatch
Under pressure, Powell says Fed will revamp its investing and trading rules
Powell stopped short of saying explicitly that the trading moves made by the Fed officials were inappropriate. And he offered few details about what the Fed...
4 hours ago | CNBC
Jim Cramer says Toast is a good company, but its stock is too expensive to buy right now
CNBC's Jim Cramer advised investors to hold off on buying shares of Toast after the restaurant technology company's public markets debut Wednesday.The "Mad Money" host said he believes Toast is a "great company," noting he understands the importance of its tech offerings such as point-of-sale hardware because he's a restaurant owner himself.However, "I can't recommend the stock up here, not with this valuation and it's kind of somewhat minor moat," Cramer said, pointing to competition from the likes of Square and Lightspeed."Not only do Toast's customers lack loyalty, they often can't even afford to pay their bills. That is not the best clientele," he added, referring to the financial struggles many restaurants have experienced during the Covid crisis.
4 hours ago | Entrepreneur
What’s It Cost to Fill Up an EV?
Would you like to pay $2 a gallon — or a lot less — for gas? If you drove an electric car, that’s the equivalent of what you would pay…
4 hours ago | MarketWatch
Behind bond market’s muted response to Federal Reserve’s rate outlook may be a message for policy makers
The Treasury curve flattened Wednesday, while the spread between 2024 and 2026 Eurodollars shrunk, signs that the Federal Reserve might have to quickly...
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