Yes, the stock is outperforming lately … but it won't last.
News Corp. dabbles in M&A, housing data lift Lennar, and Green Mountain finds a new CEO. Tiffany and Ann will report Q3 earnings.
The post-election rout of bank stocks has gone too far.
The Leucadia transaction could give the company the kind of capital it needs to embark on the final stage of that transformation from a second-tier trading firm into the latest generation of white-shoe investment bank.
The acquisition will help the struggling investment bank ride out the storms on Wall Street.
Analyst says the bank is well positioned for revenue and market share gains, citing reduced costs and headcount.
For the third day in a row, stocks may open lower.
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The company is scrambling to protect its equities arm, which could face declining volume and revenue as competitors close the gap.
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