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Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: American Eagle, Dave & Buster’s and more

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: American Eagle shares fell more than 6 percent after the market-close Tuesday. The clothing brand missed revenue estimates revenue, reporting $1 billion while analysts expected $1.02 billion. It met…

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Trade deal with China could be elusive until bitter end of negotiating period

A new round of high-level talks and some potential giveback on tariffs by China was a bright spot in the U.S.-China trade war, but strategists say the peace could be fleeting and the situation could get worse before…

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College endowments badly trail the market, would be better off just buying Treasurys, study shows

Major endowments in the United States, including those managed by colleges and universities, “badly underperform” market benchmarks, according to a new study from Georgetown University and NYU’s Stern School of Business. In a sample of more than 28,000…

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Sure, Verizon blew $4.6 billion on AOL and Yahoo, but at least it isn’t AT&T

Sometimes the scope of the strikeout matters. When Verizon acquired Yahoo for $4.8 billion in 2016 after spending $4.4 billion for AOL a year earlier, investors and analysts were skeptical. It turns out they were right to be….

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A big market collapse and $20 oil make the list of Nomura’s ‘grey swan’ predictions for 2019

While black swans are impossible to predict, Nomura analysts have put nine “grey swans” for 2019 on their radar. The firm says so-called grey swans, close cousins of black swans, are foreseeable risk events that end up having…

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Yellen and the Fed are afraid of a corporate debt bubble, but investors still aren’t

The corporate debt scaring policy experts like former Fed Chair Janet Yellen isn’t throwing too much of a fright into market participants. In fact, some of them are continuing to load up on lower-grade corporate debt because it’s…

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Amazon, derided as a ‘job killer,’ actually boosts local employment and business, Morgan Stanley says

Amazon has a reputation for disrupting just about everything in its path. But it also brings massive benefits to labor markets where it sets up shop, according to new analysis from Morgan Stanley. Negativity around “the Amazon effect”…

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Start-up Spire Global lands deal with Europe’s Galileo satellites for predictive weather data

Satellite analytics company Spire Global is the first in the world to partner with the European Union’s Galileo constellation to gather advanced weather data, the company told CNBC exclusively on Tuesday. The data is worth as much as…

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Start-up Spire Global lands deal with ESA’s Galileo satellites for predictive weather data

Satellite analytics company Spire Global is the first in the world to partner with the European Space Agency to use the European Union’s Galileo constellation to gather advanced weather data, the company told CNBC exclusively on Tuesday. The…

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Ex-Fed’s Richard Fisher: Rates need to go higher to create enough room to cut should economy tank

Richard Fisher, former Dallas Fed president, told CNBC on Tuesday that he would like to see central bankers get interest rates up to 3 percent in case economic growth really slows and they need to cut the cost…

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