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Seeking Alpha's Wall Street Breakfast brings investors the top news every morning. Released by 8:00am ET, it's all the news you need to know for your market day.

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Wall Street Breakfast: Federal Reserve Poised For 25-bp Rate Hike
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Federal Reserve poised for 25-bp rate hike; expect tough talk from Powell. Intel (INTC) cutting employees' pay, trimming CEO salary by 25% in downturn. The TACK ETF (TACK) And Market Outlook With Katie Stockton And Austin Hankwitz.

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Snap earnings call: Improvements will take time to hit top line, CEO says

Feeling the heat from ChatGPT, Google is testing new AI products

The TACK ETF And Market Outlook With Katie Stockton And Austin Hankwitz

Cannabis vaping and tobacco products vendor Ispire files for $42M IPO

PayPal to lay off 2,000 employees in another round of cost cuts, stock rises over 3%

Whole Foods presses supplier to cut prices

Michael Wiggins De Oliveira: https://seekingalpha.com/author/michael-wiggins-de-oliveira
Feb 01, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast: IMF: U.S. Could Avoid Recession In 2023
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U.S. could avoid recession in 2023: IMF upgrades latest forecasts. Alibaba (BABA) shares slump on rumor it could move HQ to Singapore. Paramount+ (PARA) merging with Showtime, in linear/streaming reworking.

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Seeking Alpha Premium: https://seekingalpha.com/premium/getting-started
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Groupon approves new restructuring phase, will shed 500 jobs

Carvana Is Likely Going To Crash Yet Again

J&J falls after appeals court rules company can't use bankruptcy to end cancer suits (update)

COVID-19 public health emergency coming to an end May 11, Biden says
Jan 31, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast: China's Baidu to Release ChatGPT-Like Bot
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China's Baidu (BIDU) will reportedly release ChatGPT-like bot in March. Philips (PHG) stock rises as Q4 sales climb; supply chain issues, jobs cuts and 'slow start' in 2023. Boeing (BA) plans to hire 10,000 workers this year.

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Catalyst watch: Eyes on tech earnings, Chinese EV stocks, Peloton and Church & Dwight

Cost cuts? Minimum purchase requirement raised at Amazon Fresh

Netflix dominates most-streamed programs of '22, as original programming grows

Daniel Giron: https://seekingalpha.com/author/daniel-giron
Jan 30, 2023
Catalyst Watch: FOMC, Alphabet and Recession
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Catalyst watch for the week of January 29. Seeking Alpha Senior Managing News Editor Kim Khan speaks with Julie Morgan about the upcoming FOMC meeting and gives a preview of Alphabet (GOOG) (GOOGL) earnings. In addition, Khan discusses Q4 GDP and what analysts are saying about a recession in 2023.

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Alphabet: https://seekingalpha.com/symbol/GOOG

Oil Markets: Geopolitics and China's Reopening with Jennifer Warren (Podcast)
Jan 28, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast: Intel Misses
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Intel (INTC) plunges after Q1 guidance badly misses expectations. Walmart (WMT) plans to expand Sam's Club for the first time in five years. Travel demand: Airbus (EADSY) to recruit 13,000 new employees in 2023.

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Alpha Picks gives you two top stock picks each month, sifted from Seeking Alpha’s analysis of thousands of stocks. We do the work. You reap the rewards.

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Why did Salesforce stock go up today? reports on possible addition of new directors

Intel: The Dividend May Be In Danger

Hasbro COO Eric Nyman steps down; to eliminate 1,000 full-time positions in 2023

Medical device maker NeurAxis sets terms for $15M IPO

Chinese logistics services provider Shengfeng sets terms for $25M US IPO
Jan 27, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast: Tesla Earnings
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Tesla (TSLA) cruises past profit expectations, tips new model and Cybertrucks are on the way. Shopify (SHOP) stock surges on pricing plan increases. Toyota (TM) Motor names new CEO and Chairman. Mike Fay’s take on Bitcoin’s (BTC-USD) rise.

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A Threat To Shopify That All Bulls Must Consider

Tobacco giants look at deal options with Juul

Meta bringing Trump back to Facebook, Instagram

Will the U.S. supply Ukraine with fighter jets after tank approval?

Mike Fay with Block Chain Reaction: https://seekingalpha.com/author/mike-fay

Investing Experts Podcast: The SEC Is Coming For Crypto + Mike Fay's Top Token For 2023
Jan 26, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast: Tesla Earnings Preview
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Tesla (TSLA) earnings preview: Wildcards include deliveries guidance, margin read-throughs and CEO succession hints. U.S. poised to send dozens of M1 Abrams tanks to Ukraine. Netflix (NFLX) - Are You Still Investing? With Beth Kindig And Knox Ridley.

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Seeking Alpha's Wall Street Breakfast brings the top news to investors every morning. Released by 8:00am ET, it's all the news you need to know for your market day.

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Alpha Picks gives you two top stock picks each month, sifted from Seeking Alpha’s analysis of thousands of stocks. We do the work. You reap the rewards.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WallStBreakfast

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Carvana reaches deal to continue sales in Illinois

Rocket Lab rallies after successful launch from U.S. soil

Murdoch calls off plan to re-merge Fox, News Corp.

General Dynamics: Positive Risk/Reward Going Into Q4 Earnings

Investing Experts Podcast

Beth Kindig: https://seekingalpha.com/author/beth-kindig

Knox Ridley: https://seekingalpha.com/author/knox-ridley
Jan 25, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 24: Second Antitrust Lawsuit Against Google?
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DOJ poised to file second antitrust lawsuit against Google (GOOG) (GOOGL). Ticketmaster (LYV) exec to tell Senate panel of lessons learned in Swift ticket fiasco. Amazon (AMZN) dives deeper into healthcare with generic prescription service.

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Bankrupt Genesis gets court nod for first day motions

Pliant Therapeutics begins $175M public offering; closes up 35%

HighPeak Energy to evaluate strategic options including possible sale

Tesla CEO Elon Musk testifies 'funding secured' tweet was the real deal

Fleshing Out Tesla Analysts' Fourth Quarter Estimates

3M: Looking Past The Lawsuits

Verizon Is Interesting And Cheap
Jan 24, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 23: Activist Elliott Management Reportedly Takes Stake in Salesforce
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Activist Elliott Management said to take a large stake in Salesforce (CRM) - WSJ. Spotify (SPOT) plans dismissal of staff as soon as this week to cut costs. Abbott (ABT) under DOJ criminal probe over behavior at Michigan baby formula plant.

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Catalyst watch: Tesla reverberations, Intel earnings, Rocket Lab launch and Macau stocks on holiday
Former FTX US head raises $5M from Coinbase, Circle to build out new crypto venture
GM and LG cancel plans for fourth US plant
Proterra to cut 300 jobs as it consolidates manufacturing plants
Spotify Techology S.A. (SPOT)
Jan 23, 2023
Catalyst Watch: GDP, Tesla and Another Elon Musk Legal Showdown
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Today’s show focuses on the catalyst watch for the week of January 22. Seeking Alpha Managing Editor, Kim Khan explores GDP and gives a preview of Tesla (TSLA) earnings. Khan and Julie Morgan discuss the highlights from the latest Elon Musk legal showdown over tweets from 2018 about taking Tesla private.

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Wall Street Breakfast: seekingalpha.com/wsb
Seeking Alpha's Wall Street Breakfast brings the top news to investors every morning. Released by 8:00am ET, it's all the news you need to know for your market day.

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A comprehensive set of features and analysis that helps take the guesswork out of your investing decisions. Get the bottom-line on any stock or ETF with our Premium tools.

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Alpha Picks gives you two top stock picks each month, sifted from Seeking Alpha’s analysis of thousands of stocks. We do the work. You reap the rewards.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WallStBreakfast

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Elon Musk faces another legal showdown over taking Tesla private tweet.

Tesla earnings are next week and the whole EV sector could get a jolt.

World trade is expected to lag global GDP growth as trade patterns shift, BCG says.
Jan 21, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 20: Alphabet To Cut 12,000 Jobs Worldwide
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Alphabet (GOOG) (GOOGL) to cut 12,000 jobs worldwide. Netflix (NFLX) earnings: Stock gains as subs, revenues clear expectations bar. T-Mobile (TMUS) investigates 37M customer account data breach. DCG’s crypto lending subsidiary Genesis files for bankruptcy protection in New York.

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Seeking Alpha's Wall Street Breakfast brings the top news to investors every morning. Released by 8:00am ET, it's all the news you need to know for your market day.

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A comprehensive set of features and analysis that helps take the guesswork out of your investing decisions. Get the bottom-line on any stock or ETF with our Premium tools.

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Alpha Picks gives you two top stock picks each month, sifted from Seeking Alpha’s analysis of thousands of stocks. We do the work. You reap the rewards.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WallStBreakfast

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Wayfair is reportedly laying off 1K workers as pandemic boom reverses
Boeing ordered to hear felony charge related to 737 Max crashes
Capital One Financial lays off over 1K tech employees
Concert Pharmaceuticals (CNCE)
Ally Financial (ALLY)
Regions Financial (RF)
Jan 20, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 19: U.S. Set To Hit Debt Ceiling Today: What's Next?
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U.S. government set to hit the debt ceiling today: What's next? Genesis Global likely to file for bankruptcy this week - report. Vroom (VRM) slashes workforce by 20%.
Jan 19, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 18: Microsoft Reportedly Set to Unveil More Layoffs
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Microsoft (MSFT) may cut engineering jobs and could unveil the layoffs Wednesday. Elon Musk faces another legal showdown over taking Tesla (TSLA) private tweet. Apple (AAPL) plans cheaper mixed-reality headset, postpones AR glasses.
Jan 18, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 17: China's Population Drops
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Where to invest? China's population drops for the first time in decades. Activist Ryan Cohen takes stake in Alibaba (BABA) in push for more buybacks - report. Xpeng (XPEV) cuts prices on most models following Tesla (TSLA), Seres.
Jan 17, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 13: Earnings Season
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'Tis the earnings season as biggest U.S. banks start festivities, Wall Street extends rally on Thursday and compensation is cooking.
Jan 13, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 12: What Will Today’s CPI Bring?
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What will today’s Consumer Price Index bring? Peltz at it again and damaged database disrupts travel.
Jan 12, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 11: Wells Fargo Steps Back From Housing Market
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Wells Fargo unveils plans to step back from housing market, the World Bank slashes global growth forecast and Fed Chair not a 'climate policymaker.'
Jan 11, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 10: Disney CEO Prefers Office
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Disney CEO says office is the Happiest Place on Earth; traders probe Federal Reserve and Virgin Orbit gets grounded.
Jan 10, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 9: Chaos Hits Brazil
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Chaos in Brazil as thousands of supporters of former Brazilian President Bolsonaro stormed the country's government buildings on Sunday. The 'right-to-repair' movement is making its way through the agriculture sector, with Deere and Co. (NYSE:DE) giving its U.S. customers the right to fix their own equipment. Arguing that the tactics are used to to suppress wages and hamper innovation, the Federal Trade Commission last week proposed a rule that will ban employers from imposing noncompete clauses on their workers.
Jan 09, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 6: Jobs Report Provides Insight Into Inflation, Fed Policy
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Nonfarm payrolls report to provide insight into inflation, Fed policy. Raytheon (RTX) exploring $1B sale of actuation business - report. ChatGPT creator OpenAi in talks for tender offer at $29B valuation - report. Boeing’s (BA) safety procedures face review by a new FAA panel.
Jan 06, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 5: Amazon To Layoff Over 18K Employees
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Amazon (AMZN) to lay off over 18k employees. Salesforce (CRM) shares climb as CEO says company 'hired too many people'. 2022 marks worst showing for U.S. car sales in over a decade. Lordstown (RIDE) expects ‘slow rate of production’ through Q1.
Jan 05, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 4: Apple Dips Below $2T
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Apple (AAPL) dips below $2T Market Cap. Tesla (TSLA) jolts investors again. Rivian (RIVN) produced 10K vehicles in Q4, comes up short of full-year target. Victoria’s Secret (VSCO) stock sinks on executive exit.
Jan 04, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast January 3: 2023, US Recession or Economic Recovery?
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Is a U.S. recession or economic recovery in store for 2023? Tesla (TSLA) China boss Tom Zhu to take charge of US factories, US & Europe sales operations. Catalyst watch: CES reveals and healthcare updates lead off 2023.
Jan 03, 2023
Wall Street Breakfast December 30: Southwest Airlines Plans ‘Return To Normalcy’ Friday
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Southwest Airlines (LUV) plans ‘return to normalcy’ on Friday. Apple (AAPL) rebounds as Foxconn iPhone plant reportedly at 70% capacity. S&P futures (SPX) slip as bulls fight to close out the year with a weekly win. Check out 2022 in review from the Wall Street Breakfast one-page summary.
Dec 30, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 29: Apple Hits 52-Week Low, iPhone Estimates Fall
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Apple (AAPL) falls 3%, hits 52-week low as iPhone estimates continue to fall. FTX's (FTT-USD) Sam Bankman-Fried expected to enter a plea next week. U.S. to require negative COVID tests for travelers coming from China. Novartis (NVS) to pay $245M to settle antitrust lawsuit on hypertension drug Exforge.
Dec 29, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 28: US Considers New Covid Precautions, Travelers From China
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U.S. considers new COVID precautions on travelers from China. YouTube (GOOG) (GOOGL) needs at least 2.3M subscribers to break even on NFL Sunday Ticket deal. BOC Aviation (BCVVF) orders additional 40 Boeing (BA) 737-8 Jets.
Dec 28, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 27: DOT Investigates Southwest Airlines
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DOT investigates Southwest Airlines (LUV) over 'unacceptable' flight cancellations. Shares of China's biggest funeral company (OTC:FSHUF) soar as zero-COVID abandoned. U.S. retail sales up 7.6% in holiday season as deals lure consumers - Mastercard (MA) report. Tesla (TSLA) to pursue reduced Shanghai production through January - Reuters.
Dec 27, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 23: Musk Says He Will Pause Tesla Share Sales
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Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk says he will pause his share sales for two years. Sam Bankman-Fried released on $250M bond, house arrest. 3M (MMM) military earplug judge blocks effort to shift blame to bankrupt unit.
Dec 23, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 22: Bankman-Fried in US, Associates Plead Guilty
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Bankman-Fried associates Ellison and Wang plead guilty to federal fraud charges. Micron Technology (MU) to cut 10% of workforce as chip market doldrums continue. Netflix (NFLX) to invest $850M in New Jersey production hub.
Dec 22, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 21: Ukraine President Zelensky to Visit White House
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Ukraine President Zelenskiy to visit White House, address Congress. Google's (GOOG) (GOOGL) YouTube said in talks for rights to NFL Sunday Ticket - reports. Elon Musk confirms he will resign as Twitter CEO once he finds a replacement. Nike (NKE) gains after sales, margins top expectations despite inflation headwinds.
Dec 21, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 20: Sam Bankman-Fried Reportedly Agrees To Extradition
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Sam Bankman-Fried, former FTX (FTT-USD) CEO, agrees to extradition to the U.S. after snag - report. Elon Musk mum on poll results but looks to change voting rules. Boeing (BA) is likely to receive an extension on the 737 safety deadline in a spending bill.
Dec 20, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 19: Twitter Users Vote Elon Musk Out
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Wall Street says retail sales show more Scrooge than Santa. Elon Musk loses Twitter leadership poll with majority saying he should step down. L3Harris (LHX) confirms deal to acquire Aerojet Rocketdyne (AJRD) for $4.7B. VF Corp. (VFC) evaluating sale of Jansport backpack business - report.
Dec 19, 2022
Oil Markets: Geopolitics and China’s Reopening with Jennifer Warren
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In this episode we’re joined by Jennifer Warren. We’re discussing the oil markets and the impact of China’s reopening. Warren’s areas of expertise include energy trends —their economic and geopolitical implications—and resource sustainability issues. Her work has been published in various academic, policy and business publications such as Far Eastern Economic Review, Energy Trends Insider, and many others. Plus, Kim Khan brings this week’s Catalyst Watch, the new poll for the week, and a preview of Micron Technology’s (MU) earnings.
Dec 17, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 16: Major Market Selloff
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S&P, Nasdaq, Dow futures trade mixed after the post-Fed selloff. SPAC DWAC falls after `major announcement' is a Trump digital trading card. Southwest Airlines (LUV) reaches an industry-leading deal with the largest union.
Dec 16, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 15: Musk Sells More Tesla Stock
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Musk sells nearly $3.6B more in Tesla (TSLA) stock. Citigroup (C ) to exit consumer banking business in China, impacting 1,200 employees. Microsoft (MSFT) sets new investment in $3B silicon battery startup. Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD) falls as it expects higher restructuring charges.
Dec 15, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 14: A 50 bps Hike Today, Then What?
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Federal Reserve poised to hike by 50 bps, but when will it pause rates? Bahamas judge denies bail for FTX (FTT-USD) founder Sam Bankman-Fried. Apple (AAPL) may allow alt app stores on iPhones, iPads to meet EU rules.
Dec 14, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 13: FTX's Sam Bankman-Fried Arrested in Bahamas
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FTX's (FTT-USD) Bankman-Fried arrested in Bahamas, country says. Has inflation peaked? What to watch in today's CPI report. IBM (IBM) and Rapidus join hands to build semiconductor technology and ecosystem in Japan.
Dec 13, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 12: Amgen to Acquire Horizon Therapeutics, $27.8B
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Amgen (AMGN) to acquire Horizon Therapeutics (HZNP) for $27.8B in cash. A recession isn't necessary to bring inflation down - Yellen. Microsoft (MSFT) to acquire 4% stake in London Stock Exchange.
Dec 12, 2022
Southwest Airlines: Demand and Available Resources with Dhierin Bechai
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In this episode we’re joined by Dhirein Bechai. We’re discussing the recent Southwest Airlines (LUV) investor conference. Bechai is the author of The Aerospace Forum in the Seeking Alpha Marketplace. The Aerospace Forum has a strong history of providing unique research dedicated to the aerospace, defense and airline industries. Plus, Kim Khan brings this week’s Catalyst Watch, the new poll for the week, and a preview of Boeing’s (BA) deliveries.
Dec 10, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 9: FTC Sues To Block Microsoft, Activision Deal
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Activision (ATVI) dips as FTC sues to block Microsoft's (MSFT) $69B acquisition (updated). SEC advises public firms to disclose exposure to crypto turmoil. United Airlines (UAL) poised for major order of Boeing (BA) Dreamliners - report.
Dec 09, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 8: Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Oracle Share Pentagon's $9B Cloud Awards
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Amazon (AMZN), Google (GOOG) (GOOGL), Microsoft (MSFT), Oracle (ORCL) share Pentagon's $9B cloud awards. Musk bankers look at Tesla (TSLA) margin loans to cut Twitter debt - report. Apple (AAPL) working on a new encryption system to keep hackers at bay, protect data: report.
Dec 08, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 7: China Eases More COVID Restrictions
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China eases more COVID restrictions, but trade data weighs on outlook. Apple (AAPL) pushes self-driving car launch to 2026 but still eyes major EV industry disruption. Activist investor Bluebell is said to take a stake in BlackRock (BLK), calling for CEO change.
Dec 07, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 6: Taiwan Semiconductor Lifts Chip Investment In Arizona
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Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM) lifts chip investment in Arizona to $40B. Job cuts at PepsiCo (PEP) and GameStop (GME). NBCU (CMCSA) CEO: Peacock has 18M subs; expecting 'big check' from Disney (DIS) for Hulu.
Dec 06, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 5: Russia Won't Accept G7 Oil Price Cap
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Russia won't accept the G7 oil price cap, even if it has to cut output. Tesla (TSLA) to cut production at Shanghai plant amid slow demand - Bloomberg. GM (GM) venture to invest additional $275M to expand a Tennessee battery cell factory for EV.
Dec 05, 2022
Chinese Equities and the Broader Market: Livy Investment Research
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In this episode we’re joined by Lillian Cheung. We’re discussing Chinese equities such as Alibaba (BABA) and its effect on the broader market. Cheung is the author of Livy Investment Research. Livy Investment Research is a boutique investment research shop providing professional coverage on disruptive thematic equities. Their analysis provides a deep dive on growth drivers present in the secular market to identify outperforming investments. Plus, Kim Khan brings this week’s Catalyst Watch, the new Twitter poll for the week, and a preview of Lowe’s (LOW) Analyst and Investor Conference.
Dec 03, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 2: Did November See Slower Job Growth?
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Expected slower job growth in November may give Fed room to ease the pace of hikes. Senate passes bill to avoid rail strike. Job cuts at CNN (WBD), Wells Fargo (WFC) and SiriusXM (SIRI).
Dec 02, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 1: Slower Rate Hikes Soon?
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S&P, Nasdaq, Dow futures dip after Powell-induced surge, but yields keep sliding. FTX (FTT-USD) founder Sam Bankman-Fried: 'I never tried to commit fraud'. Next catalyst? Tesla (TSLA) holds a delivery event for the first Semi truck. Netflix's (NFLX) Hastings: Should have gotten into advertising sooner.
Dec 01, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 30: Twitter Weighing on Tesla as Musk Goads Apple
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Musk vs Cook. Amazon (AMZN) unveils new data security services, chips and more at cloud conference. Coinbase (COIN) Wallet to delist bitcoin cash, ether classic, ripple, stellar, citing 'low usage'.
Nov 30, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 29: Biden Calls On Congress To Avert Rail Strike
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President Biden calls on Congress to avert a rail strike. Snap (SNAP) reportedly tells staff to be in the office 4 days a week starting February. Google (GOOG) (GOOGL) increasing heat on Apple (AAPL) over NFL Sunday Ticket package as talks linger: report.
Nov 29, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 28: Apple Reportedly Facing iPhone Pro Shortfall
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Apple (AAPL) facing a shortfall of 6 million iPhone Pros amid protests - report. Shopify (SHOP) racks up record Black Friday sales tally. Amwell (AMWL) in discussions to buy Talkspace (TALK) for $1.50/share - report.
Nov 28, 2022
Follow The Rent And Dividend Growth - REITs With Brad Thomas
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In this episode we’re joined by Brad Thomas who runs iREIT on Alpha. We discuss REITs like Sachem (SACH) and Broadmark (BRMK) in this economic climate and how increased rates are impacting the housing market. Plus, Kim Khan brings this week’s Catalyst Watch, the new Twitter poll, and we look at retail ETFs for Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Nov 26, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 25: China Lockdown, Apple Supplier Discontent
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Economy watch: China maintains zero-COVID policy; Foxconn issues apology. Apple (AAPL) reportedly eyeing Manchester United (MANU) takeover. Want to bet on Black Friday and Cyber Monday results? Here are some ETFs to watch. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 25, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 23: FTX, Bankman-Fried’s ‘Personal Fiefdom’
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Bankman-Fried treated crypto exchange FTX as his 'personal fiefdom', lawyer says. Lawmakers urge Fidelity to reconsider offering bitcoin (BTC-USD) 401(k) plans after FTX collapse. HP (HPQ) to cut up to 6,000 jobs as part of plan to 'Future Ready' PC company. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 23, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 22: Carl Icahn, GameStop Short Position
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Billionaire investor Carl Icahn said to hold a large GameStop (GME) short position. Moving quickly, Iger launching Disney (DIS) restructuring. Tesla (TSLA) reportedly plans to cut prices in China. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 22, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 21: Disney Shakeup
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Bob Iger taking back CEO job at Disney (DIS); Chapek exits. Sotera Health (SHC) soars after jury finds Sterigenics unit not liable for a woman's cancer. Philips (PHG) recall woes grow as it flags new concerns with FDA over replaced ventilators. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 21, 2022
Walmart Earnings with Ahan Vashi, The Quantamental Investor
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In this episode we’re joined by Ahan Vashi. He’s the author of The Quantamental Investor. The mission at TQI is to help retail investors build generational wealth in equity markets through the power of financial engineering. Today he’s sharing his insight on Walmart (WMT). Plus, Kim Khan brings this week’s Catalyst Watch, the new Twitter poll for the week, and a Best Buy (BBY) earnings preview. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 19, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 18: Mortgage Rates Tumble
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Mortgage rates tumble to 6.61%, biggest drop since 1981. Amazon (AMZN) CEO says role eliminations will extend into 2023. Twitter (TWTR) risks grow as employees reject Musk's 'hardcore' ultimatum. Roku (ROKU) cutting jobs by 5% to slow 2023 expense growth. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 18, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 17: House Committee Hearing on FTX Meltdown
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U.S. House committee plans December hearing on FTX meltdown. 3M (MMM) viewed as potential activist target after 13F filing (update). SPAC Digital World (DWAC) drops after Trump announces re-election campaign. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 17, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 16: Apple Will Source Chips From Arizona
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Apple (AAPL) CEO Cook says the tech giant will start sourcing chips from Arizona in 2024: report. Trump announces 2024 presidential bid; here are stocks that might benefit. Disney (DIS) World boosts prices as parks demand continues to surge. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 16, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 15: Amazon Will Reportedly Layoff Thousands
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Amazon (AMZN) reportedly plans to lay off about 10K employees. Google (GOOG) (GOOGL) to pay a record $391.5M to states in location-tracking probe. FedEx (FDX) to furlough freight workers through the holiday season. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 15, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 14: Market Got Ahead of Itself
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Market got ahead of itself after the CPI report - Fed Governor Waller. China tensions: Can Biden's meeting with Xi thaw economic relations? Disney (DIS) planning 'targeted' hiring freeze, some cuts - report. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 14, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 11: Another Snag for Student Loan Forgiveness
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Federal judge strikes down Biden's student loan forgiveness plan. Twitter (TWTR) holds emergency meeting amid accelerating top-exec exodus - reports. 3M (MMM), Dupont (DD) sued by California AG over toxic 'forever chemicals'. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 11, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 10: CPI Time
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Don't expect October's CPI to cool enough for Fed pivot. Tron founder Justin Sun appears to extend lifeline to FTX (FTT-USD). Grill maker Weber (WEBR) to take $60M loan from potential acquirer BDT - report. Amazon (AMZN) breakdown with Bertrand Seguin on Stock Market Live. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 10, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 9: Meta to Cut Thousands of Jobs
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Meta (META) to cut 11,000 jobs as it looks to slash costs, affirms revenue outlook. Disney (DIS) dips 7% as media side profits, revenue slip; subscribers top forecasts. Filings show Musk disposing of $4B in Tesla (TSLA) stock. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 09, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 8: Midterm Elections
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Midterm elections: What to watch in markets as America votes. Nvidia (NVDA) launches a new chip for China that meets new export controls. Activision (ATVI) says $69B sale to Microsoft (MSFT) remains on track for June close. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 08, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 7: Meta Reportedly Planning Major Layoffs
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Facebook parent Meta (META) planning major layoffs this week - WSJ. Social media looks on as rapid overhaul continues at Twitter. Apple (AAPL) warns of lower iPhone 14 shipments due to China COVID issues. Home prices fall for the third straight month in September, Black Knight says. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 07, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast Weekend: CVS Health Earnings with Daniel Jones
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In this episode we’re joined by Daniel Jones, CEO of Avaring Capital Advisors. Daniel is a Seeking Alpha contributor and he runs Crude Value Insights, a value-oriented newsletter aimed at analyzing the cash flows and assessing the value of companies in the oil and gas space. Today he’s sharing his insight on CVS Health (CVS). Plus, Kim Khan brings this week’s Catalyst Watch, the new Twitter poll for the week, and a Walt Disney Company (DIS) earnings preview.
Nov 05, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 4: Jobs Growth Expected To Moderate Further In October
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Jobs growth to moderate further in October as interest rates climb. Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD) speeds up launch of combined streaming. Starbucks (SBUX) tops comparable sales expectations off strong pricing in the U.S. Learn how to invest successfully with Alpha Picks here.
Nov 04, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 3: Apple Now Worth More Than Alphabet, Amazon And Meta Combined
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Apple (AAPL) is now worth more than Alphabet (GOOG) (GOOGL), Amazon (AMZN) and Meta (META) combined. Elon Musk plans to cut half of Twitter jobs to slash costs - reports. S&P futures dip, yields jump as market comes to grips with Fed's 'hawkish dovish pivot'.Learn how to invest successfully with Alpha Picks here.
Nov 03, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 2: A Fourth 75-bp Rate Hike. Then What?
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Federal Reserve poised for a fourth 75-bp rate hike. Then what? Rogers (ROG) plunges after Dupont (DD) announces it's terminating acquisition. Walmart (WMT) takes aim at Amazon (AMZN) with half-off special on its subscription service. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Nov 02, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast November 1: Windfall Tax: Good Idea?
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Bumper profits: Is a windfall tax on energy producers a good idea? Antitrust push: Penguin Random House (PARA) blocked from buying Simon & Schuster. Nasdaq, S&P, Dow futures rise, yields fall in pre-Fed positioning. Learn how to invest successfully with Alpha Picks here.
Nov 01, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 31: Wheat Soars After Russia Pulls Out Of Initiative
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Wheat soars after Russia pulls out of Black Sea Grain Initiative. Blackstone (BX), Emerson Electric (EMR) strike $14 billion buyout deal.(WBA) Walgreens-backed VillageMD exploring deal with Summit Health.Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Oct 31, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: “The Dollar Index In My Eyes Is A Mirage” With Andrew Hecht
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In this episode, we’re joined by Andrew Hecht , Founder of the Hecht Commodity Report. Andrew is a veteran contributor at Seeking Alpha covering commodities and we’re discussing his views on levels of gold, copper vs. oil, and more. Plus, Kim Khan brings this week’s Catalyst Watch and the new Twitter poll for the week.
Oct 29, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 28: Elon Musk Twitter Takeover Complete
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Twitter's (TWTR) execs fired; Musk reportedly plans to take CEO role. Amazon (AMZN) stock dives over downbeat sales forecast. Netflix (NFLX) expands merchandising deals into Walmart (WMT) stores.Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium here.
Oct 28, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 27: Meta Platforms Dives
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Meta Platforms (META) dives amid profit miss, revenue warnings. GDP update expected to show the U.S. returned to growth in Q3. Vladimir Dimitrov breaks down the Intel (INTC) Mobileye (MBLY) IPO. Learn how to invest successfully with Alpha Picks here.
Oct 27, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 26: Tech Earnings From Alphabet, Microsoft
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Tech earnings from Alphabet (GOOG) (GOOGL), Microsoft (MSFT). Saudis say depleting oil reserves could 'become painful in the months to come.' Intel's (INTC) Mobileye (MBLY) prices IPO. Learn how to invest successfully with Alpha Picks here.
Oct 26, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 25: Oil Producers Skeptical Of Biden Plan To Refill U.S. Reserves
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Oil producers skeptical of Biden plan to refill U.S. reserves. Adidas (ADDYY) plans to sever ties with Kanye West after antisemitic remarks - Bloomberg. Weber (WEBR) jumps after BDT Capital takeover offer. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium now.
Oct 25, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 24: Philips New CEO Slashes Thousands Of Jobs
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Philips (PHG) new CEO starts by slashing thousands of jobs amid device recall woes. Tesla (TSLA) cuts prices in China amid softening demand. Volatility may make a comeback this week as Big Tech reports earnings. Learn more about these stocks with a free trial of Seeking Alpha Premium now.
Oct 24, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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Analysts are cautiously optimistic over upcoming earnings reports from tech giants Apple (AAPL) and Amazon (AMZN). Intel (INTC) is setting its self-driving subsidiary Mobileye (MBLY) free in a major IPO offering. And, renewable energy could account for 35% of power generation in the U.S. by 2030… how will big oil companies fair?
Oct 23, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: "I Just Keep Buying on Dips" with Leo Nelissen
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In this episode, we're joined by Seeking Alpha Contributor Leo Nelissen and he tells us which stocks he "just keep(s) buying on dips." Plus, Kim Khan brings this week's Catalyst Watch, and the new poll of the week.
Oct 22, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 21: Plans To Reduce Twitter's Workforce - Report
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Elon Musk said he plans to reduce Twitter's workforce by 75% - report. U.S. said to consider security review of Elon Musk deals, including Twitter - report. Social-media names slip on Snap's latest stumble. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium.
Oct 21, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 20: Tesla Impresses Analysts
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Tesla impresses analysts by navigating through tricky environment. Elon Musk says Tesla could be worth ‘more than Apple and Saudi Aramco combined.’ Recession warning: Bezos says to 'batten down the hatches.' Catch today’s WSB article https://seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY
Oct 20, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 19: Netflix Jumps, Clears Q3 Forecasts
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Strategic release or needed reserve? Oil analysts debate the coming SPR drawdown. Netflix jumps as it easily clears Q3 forecasts on subscribers, financials. Nestlé agrees to acquire Seattle’s Best Coffee brand from Starbucks. Catch today’s WSB article https://seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Oct 19, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 18: Microsoft Laid Off Around 1,000 Employees Across Various Division Citing Global Slowdown
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Microsoft laid off around 1,000 employees across various division citing global slowdown. Amazon Web Services to invest $5B in Thailand cloud infrastructure. Seeking Alpha Author Julian Lin Weighs-In On What To Expect From Adobe Financial Analyst Meeting. Catch today’s WSB article https://seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe
Oct 18, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 17: Goldman Sachs Announces Reorganization
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Goldman Sachs announces reorganization, to combine investment banking and trading businesses - WSJ. Xi Jinping aims for a major leap in China's economy by 2035. Apple pauses plans to implement China's YMTC chips amid new U.S. export regulations. Catch today’s WSB article https://seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Oct 17, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: Eric Basmajian Breaks Down CPI And What's To Come For Markets
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In this episode, we are joined by Eric Basmajian from EPB Macro Research to ask him when the pain will end. We discuss the new Producer Price Index and Consumer Price Index numbers that both came in higher than expected this week, and the housing battle with The Fed. Also, Kim Khan shares next week's Catalyst Watch and Twitter poll. 
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Oct 15, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 14: Does The Stock Market's Epic Comeback Have Legs?
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Does the stock market's epic comeback have legs? JPMorgan, Citi, Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo lead off Q3 bank earnings. Twitter claims Musk is ‘under investigation’ over merger deal, and it wants the documents. Catch today’s WSB article https://seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Oct 14, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 13: September's CPI Likely To Show 'stickier' Costs Rising More, Economists Say
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September's CPI Likely To Show 'stickier' Costs Rising More, Economists Say. S&P, Dow, Nasdaq futures tick higher with all eyes on CPI. U.K. plays blame game: Finance minister says Bank of England owns market turmoil. Catch today’s WSB article https://seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Oct 13, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 12: Bank Of England Roiling Markets Amid Bond-Buying Uncertainty
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Bank of England roiling markets amid bond-buying uncertainty. Biden 're-evaluating' Saudi relationship after defying production cut warnings. Intel plans thousands of job cuts amid PC market slowdown - Bloomberg. Catch today’s WSB article https://seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Oct 12, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 11: Key Union Rejects Deal With Freight Railroads
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Key union rejects deal with freight railroads. JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon sees recession starting in next 6-9 months, markets could get 'disorderly'. Ex-Fed chair Ben Bernanke: U.S. not in anything like dire straits seen in 2008. Nissan to book ~$687M loss as it sells Russian business for €1. Catch today’s WSB article https://seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Oct 11, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 10: Earnings Season Kicks Off With Gloomy Expectations
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Earnings season kicks off with gloomy expectations. Bank of England expands its bond-market support program. Mortgage originations slide more as rates rise, season changes. Catch today’s WSB article https://seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Oct 10, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: 2 Stocks For A Long Term Portfolio With Jeremy Kokemor
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In this episode, we're joined by Jeremy Kokemor, Founder of Right Tail Capital, who pitches 2 stocks that he believes are great additions to your long-term portfolio. Plus, Jerry Kronenberg brings this week's Catalyst Watch and a recap of last weeks Twitter poll.
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Oct 08, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 7: Nonfarm Payrolls Expected To Edge Down In September Jobs Report
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Nonfarm payrolls expected to edge down in September jobs report. Cannabis multi-state operators soar as Biden calls for marijuana federal scheduling review. Judge pauses Twitter-Musk trial to allow for closing. Catch today’s WSB article https://seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Oct 07, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 6: U.S. Oil Producers Are Seen Staying Cautious Despite Opec+ Supply Cut
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U.S. oil producers are seen staying cautious despite OPEC+ supply cut. Target rolls out Deal Days before Amazon's holiday discounts. Biden to promote IBM's $20B investment in Hudson Valley over next decade.Catch today’s WSB article https://seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Oct 06, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 5: Musk: Buying Twitter Speeds Up His Plans For 'Everything App'
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Musk: Buying Twitter speeds up his plans for 'everything app'. Amazon freezes corporate hiring in retail segment - NYT. JUUL Labs said to prepare for potential Chapter 11 filing - report. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Oct 05, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 4: New York Fed's John Williams Peels Back The Inflation Onion
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Rally set to continue; Nasdaq, S&P, Dow futures jump as 2-year yield tests 4%. Stock market bottom talk gets louder, but Fed pivot hopes look more pie in the sky. New York Fed's John Williams peels back the inflation onion. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Oct 04, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast October 3: Crude Oil Soars As OPEC+ Weighs Cut To Production
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Crude oil soars as OPEC+ weighs cut to production. Pound climbs as U.K. reverses plan to scrap tax on high earners.Tesla reports record deliveries number in Q3, misses delivery estimate. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Oct 03, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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Auto sales are expected to hit high in a new report, while Tesla (TSLA) could smash prepandamic numbers. The September U.S. jobs report will drop, and the labor market is showing no signs of slowing down. And, a special event this week will showcase how business practices will evolve in the metaverse.
Oct 02, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: Sticky Inflation and Nominal GDP Growth With Michael Cramer
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This week we're joined by Michael Cramer, Founder of Mott Capital Management to dive into sticky inflation, nominal GDP growth, and an S&P target level he is watching for a bottom to form. Plus, Kim Khan gives the heads up on what to watch next week in Catalyst Watch.
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Oct 01, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 30: Nike Falls To New Low After Efforts To Clear Inventory Hit Margins
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Nike falls to a new low after efforts to clear inventory hit margins. Meta's Zuckerberg says company will freeze hiring - Bloomberg. PepsiCo is said to be considering buyouts, layoffs. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Sep 30, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 29: Porsche Revs Higher in IPO Debut in Frankfurt
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Porsche revs higher in IPO debut in Frankfurt. Stock futures reverse as big market rally fizzles out. Amazon.com raises hourly pay through $1B investment. Medicare costs to decline for first time in a decade. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Sep 29, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 28: Apple Suppliers Fall On Report Firm Is Ditching Iphone Production Boost
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Apple suppliers fall on report firm is ditching iPhone production boost. Sign of the times: 10-year Treasury yield rises above 4%. Lyft freezes U.S. hiring through end of 2022 - report. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Sep 28, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 27: Chevron, BP Stop Output At Some Gulf Of Mexico Facilities Ahead Of Hurricane Ian
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Chevron, BP stop output at some Gulf of Mexico facilities ahead of hurricane. Dollar creates an 'untenable situation' for risk assets - Morgan Stanley. Biden student loan forgiveness program to cost over $400B, CBO says. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.Wall Street Breakfast September 27: Chevron, BP Stop Output At Some Gulf Of Mexico Facilities Ahead Of Hurricane Ian
Sep 27, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 26: Amazon Prime Day Part 2
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Amazon schedules second prime day sale. Tesla CEO Elon Musk to face deposition with Twitter ahead of October trial. Unilever CEO to depart in 2023, search for replacement underway. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Sep 26, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: Red Markets. Time To Go Green?
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This week, Zach Stein, Chief Investment Officer at Carbon Collective joins us to break down their just launched ESG ETF, the Carbon Collective Climate Solutions U.S. Equity ETF (CCSO). Plus, Kim Khan recaps the FOMC meeting and delivers your next week's Catalyst Watch. 
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Sep 24, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 23: Boeing Has To Pay
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Boeing to pay $200M to settle SEC charges related to 737 MAX crashes. EVs to account for 60% of new car sales by 2030 - IEA. FedEx earnings highlight cost-savings push, price increases but Deutsche Bank voices doubts on cost-saving plans for FedEx. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Sep 23, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 22: FOMC Hangover
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Stock futures waver following hawkish signals and FOMC hangover. UK communications regulator to probe digital markets dominated by Amazon, Google. Meta shares slump as company reportedly sets plans for 10% cost cuts. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Sep 22, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 21: Another Super-Sized Rate Hike
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Federal Reserve expected to make another super-sized rate hike on Wednesday. Oil spikes as Putin orders 'partial mobilization' in Ukraine. S&P, Dow, Nasdaq futures cautious, rates dip as market readies for 75 bps from Fed. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Sep 21, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 20: Treasury Yields At Highest In Over A Decade Before Key Fomc Meeting
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Treasury yields at highest in over a decade before key FOMC meeting. Apple is raising app store prices in Europe and Asia next month. Apple reportedly sees bugs causing the iPhone 14 Pro Max camera to crash. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Sep 20, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 19: U.S. Homebuyers Buy The Dip As Prices Cool In August Vs. July, Report Shows
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U.S. homebuyers buy the dip as prices cool in August vs. July, report shows. Amazon reportedly suspends construction of new warehouses in Spain until 2024. Volkswagen targets up to $75B valuation in upcoming Porsche IPO. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Sep 19, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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The Federal Reserve continues its battle against inflation this week, with a highly anticipated policy meeting. The outlook remains tight, as the EU import embargo on Russian oil soon comes into effect, but experts predict a stronger 2023. And, the streaming landscape is shifting, as Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) and Disney+ (NYSE:DIS) turn to advertising to increase revenue.
Sep 18, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: "A Winter Of Discontent To Come" With Susannah Streeter
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This week we're joined by Susannah Streeter, Senior Investment and Markets Analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown. She shares her thoughts on the European energy crisis, if Bitcoin and Ethereum are still investable worthy, and a reminder that investors just need to hear from time to time. Kim Khan also shares the Catalyst Watch for next week on what is certain to move markets.
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Sep 17, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 16: FedEx Stock Sinks Before The Bell After Pulling Guidance
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FedEx stock sinks before the bell after pulling guidance. S&P, Nasdaq, Dow futures slide as FedEx hits sentiment; more consumer data on tap. Uber slides as it investigates cybersecurity breach. Adobe gets no relief after it 'overpaid' for Figma. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Sep 16, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 15: The Merge Arrives As Ethereum Switches To New Operating Model
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The Merge arrives as Ethereum switches to a new operating model. Rail companies and union reach tentative labor agreement. California sues Amazon over alleged anti-competitive pricing practices. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Sep 15, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 14: Railroad Worker Strike Is Starting To Rattle Commodity Markets
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Railroad worker strike is starting to rattle commodity markets. Amazon adds new driver benefits, hikes pay amid union challenge. U.S. federal budget deficit expands to $220B in August. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Sep 14, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 13: Inflation Expected To Cool In August, But Fed Still Seen Acting Aggressively Thereafter
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Inflation expected to cool in August, but Fed still seen acting aggressively thereafter. Early votes show Twitter cruising toward shareholder OK of Musk buyout - WSJ. Fidelity considers enabling bitcoin trading for its over 34M brokerage clients - report. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Sep 13, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 12: Credit Card Giants To Track Firearms Retailers With New Merchant Code
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Credit card giants to track firearms retailers with new merchant code. Disney CEO said to reject Third Point call for ESPN spin off (update). JPMorgan acquires payments fintech Renovite. Nasdaq, S&P, Dow Jones futures up to start data-packed week. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Sep 12, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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Starbucks (SBUX) will hold a highly-anticipated Investor Day event on September 13. A major auto show kicks off this week in Detroit, with plans for the reveal of a new Ford (F) Mustang model, new electric vehicle innovations, and even hoverbikes. Volkswagen (OTCPK:VWAGY) will pursue an IPO of the preferred shares of Porsche (OTCPK:POAHY), triggering what could become one of Europe's largest-ever listings.
Sep 11, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: The Market Bottoms Likely Next Year With Katie Stockton
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This week we're joined by Katie Stockton, Founder and Managing Partnerat Fairlead Strategies, to dive into what the market technicals are telling her about where the US markets head from here. We also explore the Fairlead Tactical Sector ETF (TACK) and Kim Khan covers next week's potential market-moving events in this week's Catalyst Watch. 
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Sep 10, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 9: Consumer Borrowing Slides More Than Expected In July
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Consumer borrowing slides more than expected in July. The EU discusses emergency measures in Brussels to tackle the energy crisis. T-Mobile rises on news of $14B stock buyback plan. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Sep 09, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 8: Fed's Michael Barr Maps Out His Priorities To Make Financial System Safer, Fairer
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Fed's Michael Barr maps out his priorities to make the financial system safer, fairer. Apple shows off updates to iPhone, AirPods, Apple Watch lines, including extreme sports version. Go big or go home? The ECB might find itself in a Catch-22. Stock futures cautious with global rates in focus ahead of ECB, Powell. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Sep 08, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 7: Blackrock's Larry Fink Says Government Spending, Immigration, Remote Work Fuel Inflation
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BlackRock's Larry Fink says government spending, remote work fuel inflation. Apple expected to unveil new iPhones, Apple Watches, AirPods at September event. Good news may be bad news for stocks as September losing streak continues. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Sep 07, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 6: Investors Fear Energy Shocks Could Spur A Wider Economic Crisis (Podcast)
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Investors fear energy shocks could spur a wider economic crisis. Bankruptcy filings jump in August from historically low levels. CVS buys Signify Health for $30.50/share, expanding reach in home healthcare. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Sep 06, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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Apple (AAPL) enthusiasts are preparing for a possible iphone 14 drop this week, with a special new tech for night photography. The NFL season kicks off, and football fans are getting ready to bet on their favorite teams, putting a spotlight on the casino sector. Global sales of industrial robots and factory automation is up, as the U.S. deals with harsh labor shortages.
Sep 04, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: Do This For Portfolio Income Says George Ball
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This week we're joined by our good friend George Ball, Chairman at Sander Morris Harris. He shares 4 stocks that he would be selling puts against right now to create income for your portfolio. Also, Kim Khan breaks down what to watch for in the week ahead in Catalyst Watch.
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Sep 03, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 1: August Jobs Report To Provide More Clues On Economy's Direction, Fed's Rate Path
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August jobs report to provide more clues on economy's direction, Fed's rate path. Starbucks names Laxman Narasimhan as its next CEO.iPhone crown: Over half of America is using smartphones made by Apple. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Sep 02, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast September 1: Disney Considers Amazon-Like Membership Program
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Disney considers Amazon-like membership program - WSJ. Will the Nord Stream shutdown add to volatility in energy markets? Nvidia drops after U.S. prohibits sales of some of its products to China. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Sep 01, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 31: Oil Prices Likely To Return To $120 As Global Energy Crisis Continues - Goldman Sachs' Jeff Currie
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Nasdaq futures lead S&P, Dow with focus on jobs and peak '22 hawkishness. Oil prices likely to return to $120 as global energy crisis continues - Goldman Sachs' Jeff Currie. Snap to cut 20% of workforce - report. Hundreds of Facebook contractors set to lose work in outsourcing - report. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Aug 31, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 30: Quantitative Tightening Goes Full Throttle: How Will It Impact Investors?
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Quantitative tightening goes full throttle: How will it impact investors? Goldman says buy commodities, as markets overestimate global recession risk. EU plans to intervene in energy markets to stop surging power prices. Nasdaq, S&P 500, Dow Jones futures rise as market looks to break out of slump. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Aug 30, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 29: Jackson Hole Hangover: Stock Futures Continue To Slide After Wall Street Rout
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Jackson Hole hangover: Stock futures continue to slide after Wall Street rout. Walmart to buy South African retailer Massmart in $377M deal. Netflix eyes a $7-$9 per month price for an ad-supported video plan. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Aug 29, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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NASA plans to return to the moon this week, with big implications for the stock market. Theater stocks could create buzz again this week with AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) making headlines. And, we’ll tell you how the scarcity of freshwater is a global economic threat that could disrupt businesses and jeopardize growth.
Aug 28, 2022
WSB'S Weekend Bite: Meme Stocks, Inflation And BMR With David Trainer
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This week we're joined by David Trainer, from Value Investing 2.0 and New Constructs. We get his market views on if this is a new bull market, what is The Fed going to do about inflation, meme stocks, and his current stock picks he says investors should look at. Kim Khan also shares what investors need to watch for next week in Catalyst Watch!
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Aug 27, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 26: Expect Jerome Powell to Push Back on Rate Hike and Pause Expectations at Jackson Hole
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Expect Jerome Powell to push back on rate hike pause expectations at Jackson Hole. Meta sets October release of its newest VR headset. Nasdaq, S&P, Dow Jones futures slip, yield curve steepens ahead of Powell. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Aug 26, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 25: Big Wagers on what to Expect During Powell's Speech at Jackson Hole
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Big wagers on what to expect during Powell's speech at Jackson Hole. S&P, Nasdaq, Dow Jones futures rise as Jackson Hole kicks off. Amazon getting rid of telehealth service Amazon Care - WaPo. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY.
Aug 25, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 24: Twitter Combining Account-Response Teams As Bot Debate Heats Back Up
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Twitter combining account-response teams as bot debate heats back up - Reuters. What does Tesla's upcoming stock split mean for investors? White House draws up plan to forgive $10K student loan debt for some. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Invest Successfully With Alpha Picks https://seekingalpha.com/alpha-picks/subscribe.
Aug 24, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 23: Is Meme Mania Taking Hold in the Broader Market with Longs and Shorts?
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Is meme mania taking hold in the broader market with longs and shorts? Saudi minister says OPEC+ may cut production. Musk subpoenas Twitter founder Dorsey as legal dispute marches on. Catch today’s WSB article seekingalpha.com/wsb. Start Your Free Trial of Seeking Alpha Premium - https://bit.ly/3uX5TDY
Aug 23, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 22: Wall Street Banks Nearing $1B Settlement Over Use of Banned Messaging Apps
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Wall Street banks said to be nearing $1B settlement over use of banned messaging apps. Worsening drought seen as next big threat of economic disruption. AMC plunges as rival Cineworld confirms potential bankruptcy filing. Warren Buffett not expected to make bid for control of Occidental - report. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Aug 22, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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A spotlight this week on the Federal Reserve's Jackson Hole Symposium, as traders look for clues on the pace of rate hikes. Could chipmaker Nvidia (NVDA) exceed earnings expectations? They are due to report this week, with investors skittish. An upcoming report on dollar stores could tip us off to just how much consumers are pinching pennies.
Aug 21, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: Alpha Picks Just Made Investing Easier!
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This week we're joined by Seeking Alpha's Head of Quantitative, Steven Cress. We dive in with Steve about what Alpha Picks by Seeking Alpha is, and how his team designed the product to make investing easier for all investors.
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Aug 20, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 19: As Housing Weakens, Market Tilts Back to Smaller Fed Hike
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As housing weakens, market tilts back to smaller Fed hike. Starbucks COO to exit company. Big Ten sets multibillion-dollar media deal with CBS, NBC, Fox. Nasdaq, S&P, Dow futures fall with market in danger of snapping win streak. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Aug 19, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 18: Federal Reserve Sees Risk Rate Hikes Could Slow Economy More Than Plan: FOMC Minutes
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Federal Reserve sees risk rate hikes could slow economy more than plan: FOMC minutes. Apple looking at September 7 for iPhone 14 launch event: report. Tesla is closer to opening up Superchargers stations to other EV brands. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Aug 18, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 17: Markets to Search FOMC Minutes for More Clues on Tightening Pace
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Markets to search FOMC minutes for more clues on tightening pace.  Federal Reserve rolls out new guidelines for crypto-focused banks. July's credit card metrics signal consumers in good shape, but trends normalize. Elon Musk jokes on Twitter about buying Manchester United (shares still rise). Catch today’s WSB article here.
Aug 17, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 16: 13F Roundup
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13F Roundup: Activision for Buffett, Soros in Tesla, Tepper likes Netflix. Judge approves Apple's $30M settlement for not paying retail workers during security checks: report. Home Depot notches record sales, reaffirms guidance. Catch today’s WSB article here. 
Aug 16, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 15: China Surprises with Rate Cut as Economic Numbers Remains Weak
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China surprises with rate cut as economic numbers remains weak. Enjoy $4 U.S. pump price while it lasts; Goldman sees $5 gas coming back. S&P, Dow, Nasdaq futures tick lower to start big week for housing data. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Aug 15, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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Eyes on retail, with big reports due in from Walmart (WMT) and Target (TGT). Live sports streaming company FuboTV (FUBO) will conduct its first-ever Investor Day event. Clean energy use will likely skyrocket over the next decade: how can investors take advantage of the market shift?
Aug 14, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: Are Companies Hoarding Labor?
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This week, Sam Ro, CFA, Founder of TKer newsletter, joins us to discuss labor hoarding, the inflation report, and the infamous meme stock craze. Kim Khan also shares what investors need to watch for next week in regards to the housing market in Catalyst Watch!
Aug 13, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 12: Newly-Listed Homes Drop Most Since 2020 As Sellers Stay Put
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Newly-listed homes drop most since 2020 as sellers stay put. Shell, Chevron shut six Gulf of Mexico oil platforms due to pipeline leakage. J&J, Merck, Regeneron most exposed to Medicare drug price negotiation - Bloomberg. Catch today’s WSB article here. 
Aug 12, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 11: Disney Jumps as Parks Surge Leads Easy Third-Quarter Earnings Beat
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Disney jumps as Parks surge leads easy third-quarter earnings beat. CVS Health tried to acquire One Medical before Amazon eventually did - Bloomberg. Former JPMorgan metals traders found guilty in spoofing trial. Don't expect peak inflation to silence the Fed's hawkish squawks. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Aug 11, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 10: Consumer Price Inflation Seen Easing in July, but Pressures Still Persist
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Consumer price inflation seen easing in July, but pressures still persist. Justice Dept. could sue Google over ad dominance as soon as September - Bloomberg. Elon Musk backtracks on stock pledge, sells $7B of Tesla before Twitter court fight. Catch today’s WSB article here. 
Aug 10, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 9: Biden Poised to Sign Off on CHIPS and Science Act
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Biden poised to sign off on CHIPS and Science Act. Novavax drags rivals lower as falling vaccine demand prompts guidance cut. Nasdaq, S&P futures slip after Micron revenue warning. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Aug 09, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 8: Senate OK’s Biden Anti-Inflation Act That Boosts Taxes on Corporate Income, Stock Buybacks
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Senate OK’s Biden anti-inflation act that boosts taxes on corporate income, stock buybacks. What companies are most exposed to the Inflation Reduction Act? Nasdaq, S&P, Dow futures tick higher as yields edge down. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Aug 08, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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The Tyson Foods (TSN) earnings report will be closely watched in the meat and packaged goods sector. Analysts remain cautious as game developer Take Two Interactive (TTWO) also gets set to release earnings. And, major developments in cryptocurrency, as Bitcoin (BTC-USD) and Ethereum (ETH-USD) could soon be considered commodities in the U.S.
Aug 07, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: David Alton Clark Is Buying AT&T Stock After The Earnings
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This week we're joined by David Alton Clark, also known on Seeking Alpha as "The Winter Warrior," to discuss why he's buying AT&T stock after earnings, and get his thoughts on the semiconductor bill passing through legislative hurdles. Plus, Daniel covers upcoming earnings and economic events to watch for next week!"
Aug 06, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 5: Sinema Agrees to Proceed with Senate Tax and Climate Bill
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Sinema agrees to proceed with the Senate tax and climate bill after carried interest pledge. Meta Platforms selling debt for first time with $10B deal. Apple accused of retaliating against, mishandling allegations against women: report. Markets will be looking for signs of cracking in Friday's jobs report. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Aug 05, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 4: Walmart Lays Off Corporate Employees After Guidance Cut
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Walmart lays off hundreds of corporate employees after guidance cut. Two senators unveil bill that would put bitcoin, ethereum within scope of CFTC. Tesla continues to climb premarket ahead of 'Cyber Roundup' event. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Aug 04, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 3: Household Debt Tops $16T
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Household debt tops $16T in Q2, rising $2T since pandemic, NY Fed says. Sanctions and drills: Here's how China responded to Pelosi's visit to Taiwan. Inflation fight: Fed officials remain adamant about restrictive policy. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Aug 03, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 2: Markets Drop as Tensions Flare Ahead of Pelosi Visit to Taiwan
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Markets drop as tensions flare ahead of Pelosi's visit to Taiwan. Oracle to start laying off employees in the U.S: report. Twitter issues flood of document requests to Musk associates in lawsuit - report. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Aug 02, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast August 1: First Grain Ship Leaves Ukraine Since Start of the Russian Invasion
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First grain ship leaves Ukraine since start of the Russian invasion. Home price growth slows at record pace in June, Black Knight says. Musk countersues Twitter over $44B deal in a sealed filing. Nasdaq, S&P, and Dow futures point lower to start August trading after a rally in July. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Aug 01, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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A heavy earnings calendar this week, including anticipated reports from Starbucks (SBUX) and Caterpillar (CAT). All eyes are on oil, as OPEC+ is expected to announce key targets, and Russian President Putin meets with Turkey’s Erdogan. Could food technology companies be the answer to a looming global crisis?
Jul 31, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: Summer Recess!...ion
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This week we're joined by Will Thomson, Portfolio Manager and Founder at Massif Capital. We dive into everything! The recession (or not?,) Europe's woes, the strong US dollar and where it goes from here, the undersupply of precious metals, and so much more. Plus Kim covers why he's watching AMC earnings like a hawk next week for Catalyst Watch.
Jul 30, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 29: China Competition Bill, CHIPS Act Goes to Biden to Sign
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Biden met with Xi as Congress passed China competition bill. WH says U.S. economy is in state of transition, not recession. Elon Musk says inflation may be easing, Bill Ackman scoffs at Fed at neutral. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 29, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 28: Meta Tackling the Downturn; Spirit and JetBlue Agreement
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Spirit Airlines agrees on $3.8B buyout from JetBlue. Meta earnings call: Tackling the downturn. Manchin reaches surprise deal with Schumer on energy, healthcare package. Stock futures slip after Fed rally, key GDP report on tap. House Democrats to propose stock trading ban in August - report. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 28, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 27: Federal Reserve Poised for Another 75-bp Rate Hike
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Federal Reserve poised for another 75-bp rate hike — question is 'what next'? Tech helps Nasdaq, S&P, Dow futures climb on Fed Day. Microsoft skids as Q4 results miss expectations, Alphabet: Tough comps ahead, happy with Cloud uptake. U.S. senators introduce bill that would end taxes on small crypto transactions.
Jul 27, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 26: Walmart Shook the Market; Will it Shake the Fed?
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Walmart shook the market; will it shake the Fed? Amazon Prime to scale up prices in Europe and U.K. by up to 43% to offset rising costs. Coinbase under SEC investigation for cryptocurrency listings. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 26, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 25: In This Week's Earnings Tsunami, Wall Street Looks for Resilience
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In this week's earnings tsunami, Wall Street looks for resilience. U.S. housing affordability poised to fall to lowest since GFC on soaring prices, rates. Streaming jumps to capture a third of television viewing. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 25, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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Apple (AAPL) highlights its focus on health and gets ready to report earnings after COVID causes major slowdowns in China. Even after a successful Prime Day event, Amazon’s (AMZN) latest numbers may have been hit hard by inflation. Parents say they won’t be breaking the bank this year on new gear, as kids get ready to go back to school.
Jul 24, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: Twitter Vs. Elon And Spirit Airlines Vs. Shareholders With Chris DeMuth Jr.
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This week we're joined by Chris DeMuth Jr., Founder of Sifting The World, to discuss complicated mergers in the market. Specifically, what's happening with Twitter vs. Elon Musk and Spirit Airlines' complicated situation with Frontier and JetBlue. Someone will not be free to move around the cabin.
Jul 23, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 22: Snap Nosedives as Revenue Falls Short, Company Pulls Guidance
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Snap nosedives as revenue falls short, company pulls guidance. Musk says lithium refining a 'license to print money,' stock investors jump in. Twitter earnings may get more attention than expected. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 22, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 21: Microsoft Cuts Job Listings; Google Pausing Hiring
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Microsoft reportedly cuts job listings in Azure, security. Google pausing hiring for two weeks - report.  Biden unveils plans to expand offshore wind; no climate emergency declaration. Tesla aims for record production in back half of the year. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 21, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 20: Chips for America Act Passes First Procedural Hurdle in the Senate
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Chips for America Act passes first procedural hurdle in the Senate. Conoco CEO warns of looming crude oil shortages, price volatility. Netflix's Hastings: One 'single thing' boosted the company's Q2 performance. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 20, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 19: Apple Reportedly Planning to Slow Down Hiring Into 2023
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Apple reportedly planning to slow down hiring into 2023. Netflix to start charging some customers for sharing their passwords; subscriber numbers on tap. President Biden could declare a climate emergency this week - WaPo. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 19, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 18: Oil Production Decisions to be Made by OPEC, Saudis say as Biden Departs
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Oil production decisions to be made by OPEC, Saudis say as Biden departs. Elon Musk pushes back at Twitter's request for an expedited trial. Chip funding: Congress moves closer to vote on scaled-back semiconductor bill. Boeing climbs 2% premarket as it readies to battle Airbus at Farnborough. Catch today’s WSB article here. 
Jul 18, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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One of the world’s biggest international aviation exhibitions is kicking off, which will include companies like Boeing (BA) and Airbus (EADSF). Philip Morris International (PM) will report earnings this week. And, even with the new Microsoft (MSFT) deal, Netflix (NFLX) may be overshooting its estimate for new subscribers in the coming months.
Jul 17, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: Continuing To Change Capitalism And Global Markets For The Better!
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We are joined by Andrea Bevis (Managing Director, UBS Private Wealth Management) and Victoria Scholar (Head of Investment, Interactive Investor.) This week we discuss how capital markets continue to change for the better, the Dollar is enjoying its roaring 20’s, and the kick-off of earnings season. Also, Kim Khan shares what to watch for in Netflix earnings.
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Jul 16, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 15: 'Oil for Security' Back in Play as Biden Heads to Saudi Arabia
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'Oil for security' back in play as Biden heads to Saudi Arabia. Amazon plans further 4,000 UK jobs despite global slowdown, Amazon trims its private-label selection due to weak sales, considers exiting business under regulatory pressure. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 15, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 14: Celsius Files for Bankruptcy: Crypto Canary or 'Winter' Victim?
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Celsius files for bankruptcy: Crypto canary or 'winter' victim? Netflix announces Microsoft to be its global ad sales, tech partner. S&P, Dow, Nasdaq futures slide with PPI on tap, 100 basis points priced in. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 14, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 13: White House Seeks to 'Provide Context' Before CPI Report is Released
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White House seeks to 'provide context' before CPI report is released. Oil supply tightness looks set to worsen, recession or not. Twitter blasts Elon Musk in lawsuit seeking to uphold his $44B acquisition. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 13, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 12: Euro Hits Parity with Dollar for First Time in Decades
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Euro hits parity with dollar for first time in decades. Twitter's lawyers step up, telling Musk his deal isn't ended. U.K. lawmakers pass windfall tax on oil and gas producers. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 12, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 11: Nord Stream 1 Goes Offline For Maintenance: Will Russia Turn it Back On?
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Nord Stream 1 goes offline for maintenance: Will Russia turn it back on? Leaked 'Uber Files' reveal checkered history of the ride-hailing firm. Twitter plunges 7% premarket after Elon Musk abandons $44B deal.  Catch today’s WSB article here. 
Jul 11, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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Consumers should get ready for major sales in the retail sector with Amazon (AMZN) Prime Day, alongside competitor events. All eyes are on inflation this week, with consumer price and producer price reports both due in. Delta Air Lines (DAL) kicks off the earnings season for the airline sector.
Jul 10, 2022
WSB's The Weekend Bite: Investing In High Yielding Dividend Stocks And Luxury Real Estate w/ Samuel Smith and William Huston
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We are joined by Samuel Smith (High Yield Investor,) and William Huston (CIO, Bay Street Capital Holdings) to discuss investing in high-yielding dividend stocks, and why William is favoring the luxury real estate market in this environment.
Jul 09, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 8: June Jobs Report, Temperature Check of the Economy
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June jobs report will be parsed for signs of labor market cooling. Twitter drops off 7.5% on report Musk's purchase bid in jeopardy. Spirit Airlines postpones Frontier holder vote as talks progress with JetBlue. Former Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe shot and killed. Catch today’s WSB article here. 
Jul 08, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 7: Report: U.S. Weighs Capping Russian Oil at $40-$60 to Cut War Financing
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U.S. weighs capping Russian oil at $40-$60 to cut war financing - Bloomberg. Boris Johnson to resign as UK prime minister. Federal Reserve officials saw potential to be more hawkish if inflation persists. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 07, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 6: OPEC Secretary General Dies: What Does That Mean for Oil and the Alliance?
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OPEC Secretary General dies: What does that mean for oil and the alliance? Rapid rise in mortgage rates weigh on homebuyer activity. Embattled Crypto broker Voyager Digital files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. FOMC minutes to provide view into decision-making process on 75-bp hike. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 06, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 5: Tariff Talk: White House Seeks to Ease Inflation While Keeping Leverage on China
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Tariff talk: White House seeks to ease inflation while keeping leverage on China. Bezos spars with White House over fuel economics and inflation. Euro hits 20-year low against the dollar as growth worries increase. S&P, Nasdaq, Dow Jones futures dip as yield curve inverts again. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 05, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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The U.S. jobs report for June is expected to show promising figures, nearly back at pre-pandemic levels. Denim giants Levi Strauss (LEVI) will report earnings, following a sharp drop in share prices. And, even with less content on the big screen, cinemas are full and the summer 2022 box office continues to surpass expectations.
Jul 03, 2022
Weekend Bite: Risk-on or Risk-off? That is the Question w/ Michael Gayed, CFA.
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This week we're joined by Michael A. Gayed, CFA., Founder of The Lead-Lag Report. We discuss the macro environment, is it the perfect time to go risk-on, and why Michael doesn't see cash as an asset class.  
Jul 02, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast July 1: Stock Futures Slide After S&P 500 Notches Worst First Half Since 1970
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Stock futures slide after S&P 500 notches worst first half since 1970. Coinbase is selling geo-location data to U.S. immigration enforcement agency. McConnell looks to block $52B in chips funding over spending packages. White House official says stablecoin legislation may become law by end-2022: CoinDesk. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jul 01, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 30: Turbulent Oil, Gas Markets to Persist 'For Some Time to Come,' Shell CEO says
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Turbulent oil, gas markets to persist 'for some time to come,' Shell CEO says. Freddie Mac to accept rent payment history in mortgage application process. Grayscale sues SEC after its spot Bitcoin ETF is rejected. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 30, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 29: EU Endorses Push to End Internal Combustion Engine by 2035
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EU endorses push to end internal combustion engine by 2035. PG&E asks for more time to apply for funds to keep nuclear plant open. NATO set to expand as Turkey backs membership for Sweden, Finland. FTC sues Walmart for facilitating fraud that 'fleeced customers' out of millions. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 29, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 28: G7 Leaders Explore Price Caps on Russian Oil and Gas
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G7 leaders explore price caps on Russian oil and gas. Morgan Stanley, Bank of America raise dividends; JPMorgan, Citigroup dividend unchanged. Goldman, Wells Fargo to boost Q3 dividends after 2022 stress test. Wall Street bank layoffs expected after capital markets drop off - CNBC. Ernst & Young fined $100M by the SEC over ethics exam cheating. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 28, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 27: Russia Defaults on Foreign Debt for the First Time Since 1918
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Russia defaults on foreign debt for the first time since 1918. Four G7 nations to impose ban on gold bullion imports from Russia. Goldman Sachs said looking to raise $2B to buy Celsius Network assets - report. Biden unveils $600B G7 infrastructure plan to counter China. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 27, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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All eyes are on Nike (NKE) due to release earnings this week, after overcoming grim expectations in the previous quarter. Semiconductor company Micron Technology (MU) will report third quarter results, after seeing shares fall sharply since the start of June. The most influential blockchain & crypto event in Europe is taking place after a COVID hiatus.
Jun 26, 2022
WSB's The Weekend Bite: The State of Oil Or Lack Thereof With Michael Boyd
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Michael Boyd from Energy Investing Authority joins us this week to discuss all things oil. Biden's 4-point plan, will gasoline prices come down, and two picks that he finds favorable that are ready to refine profits for shareholders. 
Jun 25, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 24: Russell Rebalance May See Highest-Volume Trading Session Of The Year
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Russell rebalance may see highest-volume trading session of the year. Tesla partners with PG&E on virtual power plant in California. All 34 banks in Federal Reserve's stress test would weather severe recession. Granholm and the oil industry collaborate -- positive outcome for refiners. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 24, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 23: Report says U.S. Refiners to Urge Biden Administration Not to Ban Fuel Exports
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Tesla Berlin and Austin factories losing billions of dollars, Elon Musk says. Meta Platforms CEO: Explains Meta’s strategy to create shareholder value. U.S. refiners to urge Biden administration not to ban fuel exports - Reuters. Fed publishes bank stress tests as recession talk looms in background. Corporations largely stay quiet ahead of delicate Supreme Court rulings. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 23, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 22: Rally Fizzles as Stock Futures Slide Before Powell Testimony
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Crude oil resumes slide amid growth worries; energy stocks back under pressure. DOJ settles with Meta in landmark suit over housing discrimination. Rally fizzles as stock futures slide before Powell testimony; Bitcoin under $20K. Senators advance bipartisan gun violence bill, passage may come this week. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 22, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 21: Biden Nears Decision on Federal Gas Tax Holiday
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Biden nears decision on federal gas tax holiday. Jetblue boosts offer for Spirit Airlines to $33.50/share. Former employees sue Elon Musk's Tesla over mass layoff- Reuters. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 21, 2022
WSB's The Weekend Bite: Breaking Down The Jobs Data with Nick Bunker from Indeed.com
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This week we're joined by Nick Bunker, Head of Research - North America at Indeed.com, to discuss unemployment numbers and projections, wage growth, and if there are more layoffs to come. 
Jun 18, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 17: Stock Futures Rebound After Brutal Selloff, But Will it Last?
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Stock futures rebound after brutal selloff, but will it last? Amazon loses legal battle over whether customers can sue over lack of toxic warnings. Number of high-quality refi candidates dwindles as mortgage rates rise: Black Knight. Musk meets Twitter staff, says 'Freedom of reach,' targeting 1B users are critical. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 17, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 16: Stock Futures Reverse Post-Fed Rally as Traders Reassess Biggest Rate Hike Since '94
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Stock futures reverse post-Fed rally as traders reassess biggest rate hike since '94. Musk expected to confirm ownership push in Twitter meeting - WSJ. Exxon responds to Biden's request for solutions to the oil refining crisis. Binance looks to hire 2,000 as other crypto firms cut their headcount. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 16, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 15: Decision Day for the Federal Reserve -- 50, 75 or 100 Basis Point Rate Hike?
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Decision day for the Federal Reserve -- 50, 75 or 100 basis point rate hike? European Central Bank calls emergency meeting to discuss market turmoil. Washington floats idea of doubling tax on oil companies to battle inflation. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 15, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 14: Biggest Fed Rate Hike Since 1994 Now Overwhelmingly Expected
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Biggest Fed rate hike since 1994 now overwhelmingly expected. Stock futures rebound, but traders remain wary as S&P 500 drops into bear market. Morgan Stanley's James Gorman sees 50% chance of U.S. recession. Elon Musk said set to address Twitter employees for first time this week. U.S. urging Russian fertilizer deals to help ease food costs - Bloomberg. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 14, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 13: Crypto Lending Firm Celsius Pauses Withdrawals; Bitcoin Under $25K
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Crypto lending firm Celsius pauses withdrawals; Bitcoin under $25K. Mortgage lock volume declines in May, with refi locks falling the most: Black Knight. U.S. CEOs' 2021 compensation increased the most in seven years. Recession fears: Stock futures slide as yield curve inverts. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 13, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates as it continues to try to stem rising inflation. While investors are edgy on the retail sector, Kroger (KR) could still come out on top with its earnings report this week. Universal’s Jurassic World: Dominion (NASDAQ:CMCSA) has jumped to the forefront of the summer box office battle.
Jun 12, 2022
WSB's The Weekend Bite: Investors Should Be Raising Cash, And 3 New Additions To The S&P
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This week we're bringing you a Quant check on 3 new companies entering the S&P, and we sit down with George Ball, Chairman at Sanders Morris Harris, to discuss why he says investors should still be raising cash.
Jun 11, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 10: Rule of 10: Is a Recession Near With Gas Prices at $5/Gallon?
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Rule of 10: Is a recession near with gas prices at $5/gallon? CPI preview: Inflation still sizzling, but will there be signs of relief?  Median monthly asking rents climb over $2K for first time ever, Redfin says. White House reallocating $10B away from COVID testing, PPE to ensure vaccine preparedness. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 10, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 9: UAE Oil Minister says Prices 'Nowhere Near' Peak
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UAE oil minister says prices 'nowhere near' peak. Is a bank charter in the cards after Apple touts 'Pay Later' program? U.S. mayors organization wants Congress to pass SAFE Banking Act for cannabis businesses. Looking for a market bottom? This signal flashed the recent top. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 09, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 8: Consumer Credit Expands More Than Expected, Consumer Spending Remains Strong
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US reportedly seeking funds to purchase enriched uranium. Consumer credit expands more than expected in April. Consumer spending remains strong as pendulum swings to services, Visa CFO says. Deeper dive: Is the current inflation situation comparable to the 1970s? Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 08, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 7: Apple WWDC: New MacBook Air, Pro, M2 Chip, iOS 16 and More
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Biden’s decision on student loan forgiveness later this summer. Here's why Elon Musk cannot just walk away from the Twitter deal. Novartis falls victim to cyberattack but claims sensitive data not compromised - Bleeping Computer. Apple WWDC: Tech giant shows off new MacBook Air, Pro, M2 chip, iOS 16 and more. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 07, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 6: Tappable Home Equity; Tariffs; Apple WWDC 2022
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U.S. mortgage holders saw record $1.2T boost in tappable equity in Q1: Black Knight. Biden to waive solar panel duties, eyes other tariff relief. Apple WWDC 2022 preview: What to expect from the annual developer conference. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 06, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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Toy maker Hasbro (HAS) has its annual meeting coming up and one investor is pushing for big changes. Analysts say Apple (AAPL) is gearing up to announce major software updates, and could be up for major sports broadcast contracts. Finally, could Universal’s Jurassic World overtake Paramount Global's (NASDAQ:PARA) (NASDAQ:PARAA) Top Gun in the box office?
Jun 05, 2022
WSB's The Weekend Bite: Here Comes The Bull With Jim Paulsen from Leuthold Group
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This week, we are joined by Jim Paulsen, Chief Investment Strategist at The Leuthold Group, to discuss the volatile markets and where we're headed from here. 
Jun 04, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 3: Report: Elon Musk Wants 10% Job Cuts at Tesla, has 'Super Bad' Feeling on Economy
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Elon Musk wants 10% job cuts at Tesla, has 'super bad' feeling on economy - Reuters. New York could be first state to pass crypto mining ban. White House considering proposal to tax oil and gas "windfall" profits. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 03, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 2: Oil Roundup; Bill Requiring Congress to Disclose Cryto Holdings
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Oil roundup: OPEC meeting, output rumors and Saudi ties. Bill requiring Congress to disclose cryptocurrency holdings, transactions introduced. Sheryl Sandberg steps down from Meta Platforms, what's next for the tech giant? Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 02, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast June 1: OPEC+ Rumored to Exempt Russia, Pave Way for Increased Production
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OPEC+ rumored to exempt Russia, pave way for increased production. Is a recovery in sight as Shanghai ends its two-month lockdown? Sen. Warren plans bill to crack down on SPAC deals. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Jun 01, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 31: Biden Lays Out Plan to Fight Inflation Before Powell Meeting
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Biden lays out plan to fight inflation before Powell meeting. EU leaders agree to ban most Russian crude oil imports. Number of U.S. births rises for first time in seven years. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 31, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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Symbotic (SYM), an AI-powered robotic software company already working with retail giants like Walmart (WMT), could be going public. Athletic wear company Lululemon (LULU) is due to report earnings this week and Morgan Stanley is calling it a compelling opportunity. The latest installment of Top Gun is here, and the box office is still falling short of pre pandemic revenues.
May 29, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite: Investing In Crypto Outside Mainstream Names And 3 Stock Picks For This Market
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This week we're joined by Mike Fay, Founder of Blockchain Reaction, and Steven Cress, Head of Quantitative at Seeking Alpha. Mike breaks down a hidden opportunity in the crypto space, and Steve gives his 3 stock picks for the current market environment. 
May 28, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 27: Mortgage Rates Continue to Fall on Headwinds Facing Economy
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Mortgage rates continue to fall on headwinds facing the economy. Biden climate formulas upheld for now by the Supreme Court. Nearly one in five home sellers lower price, the highest rate since October 2019. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 27, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 26: Freddie Mac Mortgage Portfolio Expands at 4.0% Annualized Rate in April
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Freddie Mac mortgage portfolio expands at 4.0% annualized rate in April. Twitter jumps as Musk raises deal equity commitment to $33.5 billion. Boeing's Starliner lands safely after completing mission to space station. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 26, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 25: Biden: 'We Have to Act' After Texas Elementary School Shooting
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Biden: 'We have to act' after Texas elementary school shooting. Toyota lowers production expectation for June due to semiconductor shortage. Coinbase becomes first cryptocurrency firm to enter Fortune 500 list. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 25, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 24: Biden May Remove Smog-Related Mandate to Lower Gasoline Prices
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Biden may remove another smog-related mandate to lower gasoline prices. Spirit Airlines CEO calls JetBlue offer “cynical” in scathing rebuke of unsolicited bid. Airbnb is closing its domestic business in China. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 24, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 23: U.S. Monkeypox Cases Likely to Rise
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U.S. Monkeypox cases likely to rise. Institutional buyers boosted market share in hot housing market: NAR study. Streaming tags new record high in Nielsen TV share measure. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 23, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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J.P. Morgan (JPM) is set to hold an important investor day, and a highly anticipated conference, featuring eBay (EBAY) and Intel (INTC), among others. AND, Nvidia's (NVDA) first quarter results are due, after shares plunge last week.
May 22, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite Week Ending May 20: Interest Rate Market Ripe For Investing
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This week we cover the very large interest rates markets, TIPS, stock market worries, and swap rates with Nancy Davis, Chief Investment Officer at Quadratic Capital Management.
May 21, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 20: Elongate Scandal: Musk Denies 'Wild Accusations' of Sexual Harassment
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Elongate scandal: Musk denies 'wild accusations' of sexual harassment. CDC recommends Pfizer/BioNTech COVID booster for children 5-11 years old. Texas expands suit against Google, adding 'private browsing' to action. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 20, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 19: Biden Invokes Defense Production Act to Alleviate Baby Formula Shortage
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Biden invokes Defense Production Act to alleviate baby formula shortage. Amazon is accused by New York agency of discrimination violations. Prepare for $6.00 prices at the pump, says JP Morgan. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 19, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 18: Federal Reserve Won't Hesitate to Go Past Neutral
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Federal Reserve won't hesitate to go past neutral 'if we have to': Jerome Powell. Pfizer COVID-19 antiviral use jumps over 300%: U.S. health department. mRNA vaccines superior to others in COVID variant antibody response, study finds. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 18, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 17: Twitter Falls as Musk says Deal Cannot Move Forward Until There is Bot Transparency
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Twitter falls again as Musk says deal cannot move forward until there is bot transparency. Abbott and FDA agree on steps to reopen baby formula production plant. Microsoft to make huge compensation boost in effort to keep top talent. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 17, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 16: COVID Lockdowns Dent China's Economic Activity in April
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COVID lockdowns dent China's economic activity in April. Plains All American to pay $230M in class action lawsuit over 2015 oil spill. Videogame sales fall 8% in April, though consoles rebound. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 16, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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Experts say the U.S. baby formula shortage could continue throughout the rest of the year. Hyundai (OTCPK:HYMTF) is expected to announce a new $7B electric vehicle plant in Georgia. Jerome Powell is expected to speak at a major conference, as he secures another four years as Federal Reserve Chairman.
May 15, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite Week Ending May 13: Stock Pick For 2022; Why ARKK Is A Sell Or Maybe A Short
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This week we discuss one big stock idea for the year, why the ARKK fund is a sell (or maybe even a short) and the upcoming Russell reconstitution. With Chris DeMuth Jr., Founder of Sifting the World, a Seeking Alpha Marketplace service.
May 14, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 13: Elon Musk says Twitter Deal Temporarily On Hold
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Elon Musk says Twitter deal temporarily on hold. White House announces actions to address baby formula shortage. Apple leaked memo highlights loss of opportunities, promotions in anti-union push: report. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 13, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 12: Disney Streaming Growth Speeds Up
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Disney earnings call: Streaming growth speeds up, but at a cost. Google shows off smartwatch, new phones at I/O developer conference. Roche, Global Fund team up to fight TB, HIV by building diagnostics capacity in low-income countries. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 12, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 11: Stock Futures Point Higher Ahead of Key Inflation Report
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Stock futures point higher ahead of key inflation report. U.S. gas prices surge to fresh new high, with no long-term relief seen. Cathie Wood: ‘We think we could be in a global recession’. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 11, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 10: JP Morgan Sees Used Auto Prices Stabilizing
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JP Morgan sees used auto prices stabilizing. What’s next for Bitcoin? Elon Musk responds to threat from Russia’s space chief. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 10, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 9: Rate Lock Volumes Plunged in April as Mortgage Rates Keep Climbing
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Rate lock volumes plunged in April as mortgage rates keep climbing. Hospitals seek price hikes to offset rising nursing costs.  Lockheed is seeking to double the output of Javelin anti-tank missiles. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 09, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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Investors hone in on inflation and the Federal Reserve, Peloton Interactive (NASDAQ:PTON) shares tumble to an all-time low , and the rough ride for electric vehicle stocks continues, as Tesla’s (TSLA) Elon Musk gets set to speak at a major car summit this week.
May 08, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite Week Ending May 6: 50 Basis Points
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What the 50 basis point interest rate move means for the markets going forward, favorable companies that actually produce value for shareholders and favorable REITs for the rest of the year. This week we are joined by David Trainer, CEO at New Constructs, and Brad Thomas, CEO at iREIT on Alpha - a Seeking Alpha Marketplace Service.
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May 07, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 6: Futures Point Lower After Selloff on Wall Street
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Futures point lower after selloff on Wall Street. FDA limits use of J&J vaccine. $700M in bitcoin leaves Coinbase for cold wallet. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 06, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 5: The Fed is Still Hawkish, but Powell Dialed Down the Fear Factor
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The Federal Reserve is still Hawkish but Powell dialed down the fear factor. Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway buys another 5.9M Occidental shares. OPEC+ meets with small supply boost still expected. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 05, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 4: The Fed Poised for First 50bps Rate Hike in 22 years
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The Federal Reserve is poised for the first 50 bps rate hike in 22 years. Meta e-commerce efforts hit hurdles. Europe is raising the stakes on Russian energy exports. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 04, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 3: Corporate America and the Coming Storm Over Roe v. Wade
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Corporate America is likely to be swept up in the coming storm over Roe v Wade. Did Beijing just flash a greenlight to buy Alibaba? Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 03, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast May 2: U.S. Housing Affordability Nears Record Low
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U.S. Housing Affordability nears record low as mortgage rates keep climbing. Moderna expects COVID vaccine for kids under 6 to be ready for June review and the Novavax vaccine also considered in June. Twitter deal spread indicates uncertainty about Musk closing acquisition. Catch today’s WSB article here.
May 02, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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The two-day Federal Reserve meeting will conclude with a rate announcement this week; the auto sector continues to face supply chain disruptions which could continue until 2023; and, could Elon Musk unlock huge Twitter (TWTR) potential? 
May 01, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite Week Ending April 29: Recession Warnings
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This week we discuss recession warnings, what this earnings season means for the market, and macro implications from Russia's continued invasion of Ukraine. With Eric Basmajian from EPB Macro Research, and Richard Hunter, Head of Markets at Interactive Investor.
Apr 30, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 29: Amazon Slides After Weaker-Than-Anticipated Sales Forecast
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Amazon fell sharply in after-hours trading after reporting operating income below expectations for Q1 and setting cautious guidance for Q2. Apple's Chief Executive Tim Cook said the tech giant was "not immune" to the challenges caused by the war in Ukraine and Covid-related disruptions in China. Germany drops opposition to the Russian oil embargo. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Apr 29, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 28: Three Big Things to Watch with Amazon Earnings
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Three big things to watch with Amazon earnings. Russia halts gas flows to Poland and Bulgaria: What's next? Mattel jumps on report of its held talks with buyout firms. Catch today’s WSB article here.
Apr 28, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 27: Alphabet Addressing YouTube Slowdown, Investing Aggressively
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The Alphabet earnings call clearly focused of attention on a dramatic slowdown in YouTube revenue growth against a very hot 2021 comparison. Microsoft Chief Executive Satya Nadella spent most of his company's fiscal third-quarter earnings talking about the success of the software giant's cloud services business. Elon Musk purchase of Twitter has $1B termination fee for both sides.
Apr 27, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 26: Twitter Agrees to $44 Billion Musk Buyout
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Twitter and its board on Monday came to a sale agreement with Elon Musk for $44 billion. Cenntro Electric Group shares are short circuiting after CEO Peter Wang began speaking and highlighting supply chain risks. Match Group rose after traders circulated a report that speculated the Tinder owner could be a possible target for Meta Platforms. Catch the WSB article here.
Apr 26, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 25: French Stocks, Euro Stumble After Macron Victory in France
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In a replay of the 2017 election, France's Emmanuel Macron has defeated candidate Marine Le Pen. Semiconductor companies are on tap to be in the spotlight following what has been a tumultuous start to the year. The U.S. pledged another $322M in military financing to help Ukraine. Catch the WSB article here.
Apr 25, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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Rumors swirl over the Apple car, as the company gets set to release Q1 earnings. Boeing is also gearing up to announce Q1 earnings, following announcements of aircraft delivery delays. And, after a two-year hiatus, nearly every major media company will head to Vegas for the world’s largest gathering of content and broadcast professionals. With host, Lauren Izso.
Apr 24, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite Week Ending April 22: Investing In Earth Through REITs + Solar Energy
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Happy Earth Day! This week's episode centers on sustainability and ESG investing. We are joined by Alex Snyder, Portfolio Manager at Centersquare Capital Management, and Jonas Wallmander, CEO of Azelio. 
Apr 23, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 22: Fed will Hike Rates by 75 Basis Points in June and July
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A relentlessly hawkish Federal Reserve is ramping up market expectations for big interest rate hikes. The Department of Energy said Thursday it awarded 12 contracts for 30M barrels of oil from the SPR. Disney stock finds new low as Florida approves ending special tax district. Check out the WSB article here.
Apr 22, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 21: Meta Platforms Slides
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Meta Platforms slides as firm's checks say current quarter slowing worse than Q1. Netflix stock plummeted following earnings announcement. How much? Tesla's Elon Musk talks new robotaxi vehicle, higher prices and deliveries growth on conference call.
Apr 21, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 20: Netflix Earnings Call: Monetizing Shared Passwords; Moving Toward Advertising
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Netflix, competition hot in the high-stakes streaming media space. Elon Musk is keeping Twitter and its investors on tenterhooks Wednesday after sending another tweet. The Biden administration is launching a $6B program to rescue nuclear power plants at risk of closing.
Apr 20, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 19: Housing Market Hits an Inflection Point (Podcast)
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Investors will get more data on the U.S. housing market today. Signs are emerging that Q1 earnings season will be more disappointing than expected. Recent statistics released by both New Jersey and Pennsylvania point to strong growth in sportsbook activity.
Apr 19, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 18: Goldman Sachs Sees 1 in 3 Chance of Recession
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The Goldman Sachs economics team says that there is now a 35% chance of a U.S recession over the next two years, with the labor market a particular problem for the Federal Reserve. Heading into the first major earnings reporting season of 2022, companies that fall under the Software as a Service, or SaaS umbrella, are facing a challenging market that is likely to remain volatile for the foreseeable future. Online advertising names - the well-known Internet giants are facing rough macroeconomic seas ahead.
Apr 18, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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Elon Musk’s Twitter circus has more twists expected, Netflix reports Q1 earnings this week and New Jersey gears up for recreational cannabis.
Apr 17, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite Week Ending April 15: Sell Tesla
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ETFs in the energy and cyber sectors, why Tesla is a sell after Musk's attempt to buy Twitter and whether we're in a risk on or risk off market. With Michelle Culver, VP Portfolio Strategist at Global X, and David Trainer, CEO of New Constructs.
Apr 16, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 14: Permian Drilling Increases
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Permian drilling permits hit monthly record, META platforms shuffles its ad leadership, Russian Warship seriously damaged in the Black Sea
Apr 14, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 13: U.S. Defense Companies Summoned
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Pentagon summons top U.S. defense companies, Mexican truckers protest and Google pledges $9.5B in U.S. offices, data centers.
Apr 13, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 12: Hot CPI Expected
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CPI expected to be hot, lumber slumps and recreational cannabis sales set for New Jersey.
Apr 12, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 11: Bank Earnings
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Election runoff in France, banks' Q1 earnings and Musk changes his mind?
Apr 11, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
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Big bank earnings expected to drop significantly following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Spotlight on retail crime and how some of the biggest U.S. chains are affected. Elon Musk takes on social media, as he becomes Twitter’s largest stakeholder, and Tesla ramps up production.
Apr 10, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite Week Ending April 8: 'The Fed is Borderline Irresponsible'
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The Fed wants to contain US economic growth and normalize interest rates says Charles Lieberman, Partner and CIO at Advisors Capital Management. We discuss the relative imbalance in the labor market, concerning overall trends and why the inverted yield curve does not signal a recession. 4 stock picks for right now. We also dive deep into Seeking Alpha PRO which highlights under-the-radar stock ideas for those investors looking for an edge in the market (sign up for a free trial today).
Apr 09, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 8: More Russian Sanctions
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EU to ban Russia’s coal imports, Shanghai lockdown grows and Apple to stream 'Friday Night Baseball'.
Apr 08, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 7: Commercial Drone Deliveries Take Off
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Fed calls for shrinking balance, commercial drone deliveries take off and Euronav and Frontline merge.
Apr 07, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 6: Fed Gets Serious About Inflation
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Fed gets serious about inflation and Dave & Buster’s acquires Main Event. 
Apr 06, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 5: Market Rally
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U.S. Treasury halts Russian bond payments, analyzing recent rally and NIO takes battery-swapping to Europe.
Apr 05, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 4: Unions In Focus
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Dimon sounds alarm, Lithuania cuts off Russian gas and Starbucks founder takes reins as CEO.
Apr 04, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast: This Week In The Markets
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Could Fed rate hikes be a sign of recession? Biden's new plans to tax the rich. Hospitals heading into turbulence as Covid admissions drop and Tesla’s record numbers.
Apr 03, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite Week Ending April 1: Difficult To Be Bullish With Tech Under Pressure
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This week's episode explores current market dynamics amid pressure on the tech sector. Fundstrat's Mark Newton and Interactive Investors' Victoria Scholar discuss being positioned diversely and defensively.
Apr 02, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast April 1: Stocks Rise, Ruble Rebounds
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Stocks rise after worst quarter since the pandemic, Ruble’s rebound, and Ford and GM to halt production.
Apr 01, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 31: Crude Sinks
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Crude sinks 6%, SEC downplays imminent agreement, and new report says Apple and Meta got duped by hackers.
Mar 31, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 30: S&P 500 Exits Correction Territory
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S&P 500 exits correction territory, yield curve inversion worries, and next-gen storage technologies.
Mar 30, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 29: BP Uber Partnership
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G7 rejects Putin demand, BP and Uber partner, Shopify's unusual price spike under investigation. Free webinar on Energy's Next Big Move.
Mar 29, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 28: Apple Wins Big At The Oscars
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Shanghai lockdown hits oil, 'Billionaire Tax' proposal and Apple wins big at the Oscars.
Mar 28, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 25: Food Supply Consequences
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Serious consequences for global food supply, 'end of globalization' warnings and Bayer reaches settlement.
Mar 25, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 24: Russian Market Reopens
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Russian stocks jump as market reopens and airlines urge lifting of mask mandates. 
Mar 24, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 23: More Cannabis Consolidation
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US futures ease as yield curve steepens, gas tax holiday and more cannabis consolidation.
Mar 23, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 22: Bond Bloodbath Continues
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Bond bloodbath continues, stocks stay in positive and China Eastern’s crash.
Mar 22, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 21: Oil Tears Higher
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Oil tears higher, food protectionism in play and U.S. rushes hypersonic missile development. Growth Investor Pro 25% first-year discount.
Mar 21, 2022
WSB's Weekend Bite Week Ending March 18: Allocating Capital In A Market Correction
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On this week's episode we discuss the market correction, where to allocate capital with Catherine Faddis, CEO of Grace Capital and strong dividend yield stocks with Steven Cress, Head of SA's Quant Strategy.
Mar 19, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 18: US China Talks
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US and China hold talks, energy stock sweep and Moderna seeks approval for second booster shot
Mar 18, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 17: Stock Bulls Like Fed Hawks
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Trouble with the curve, CF Industries increasing fertilizer shipments and Google buys startup.
Mar 17, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 16: All Eyes On Dot Plot
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Zelensky says ceasefire talks 'more realistic'; Russian default looms and all eyes on dot plot.
Mar 16, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 15: Growing Concern Over China
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Nasdaq 100 enters bear market territory, Chinese stocks crash and Tesla raises prices.
Mar 15, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 14: Russia's Debt
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Treasury selloff deepens, lockdown in China and Russia's debt default. 
Mar 14, 2022
The Weekend Bite Week Ending March 11: Buy This Stock + Employment Trends Deep Dive
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The one stock to buy right now (hint: it's in the semiconductor space) with Steven Cress, Head of SA's Quant Strategy, and take a deep dive into current employment trends with Indeed.com's Head of Research Nick Bunker.
Mar 12, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 11: Expect High Inflation
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Yellen expects uncomfortably high inflation, nickel market freeze extended and ECB leaves rates unchanged. Value Investor's Edge free trial.
Mar 11, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 10: Crazy Commodity Markets
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Stock trading remains volatile, crazy commodity markets and Amazon jumps on stock split.
Mar 10, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 9: Cryptos Soar
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Cryptos soar after accidental release, White House, shale industry point fingers over oil crisis and Netflix won't say never to ads. Free trial for Value Investor's Edge.
Mar 09, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 8: Fearing An Economic Downturn
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Stock futures halt decline, recession risks remain and Europe takes step toward energy security. 
Mar 08, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 7: Crude Hits $130
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Crude hits $130, corporate exodus from Russia and JPMorgan downgrades rating on Philip Morris.
Mar 07, 2022
The Weekend Bite Week Ending March 4: These Charts Can Help You Earn Alpha; George Ball's Stocks To Buy Now
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This week we are joined by Eric Basmajian from EPB Macro Research, and George Ball, Chairman of Sanders Morris Harris. George says these stocks are buys right now, and Eric shares updated charts on key economic factors that you need to be aware of!
Mar 05, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 4: Russia's Invasion Keeps Investors On Edge
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Self sanctioning reduces Russian crude oil exports, Powell says fighting inflation crucial for long-term growth and Panasonic to build U.S. battery plant to supply Tesla.
Mar 04, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 3: A Quarter Point
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Russian equities cut from indices, Powell prepared to hike more aggressively and Kinross Gold suspends all Russian operations. 
Mar 03, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 2: OPEC On Deck
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Crude oil tops $110 a barrel ahead of key OPEC+ meeting, Biden says Putin will pay a price for invasion and supply chain on watch as U.S. imposes airspace ban on Russia.
Mar 02, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast March 1: SOTU
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Inflation in focus at Biden's first State of the Union address, corporate moves to divest from Russia and Russia retaliates against Western sanctions.
Mar 01, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 28: Ukraine and Russia Meet for Talks (Podcast by Pimm Fox)
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Our top stories include: Ukraine and Russia Meet for Talks, Germany Ramps Up Defense Spending and The Billion Dollar Man
Feb 28, 2022
The Weekend Bite - Week Ending February 25th, 2022
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This week we are joined by Susannah Streeter, Senior Investment and Markets Analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown. We discuss what the invasion means for global markets, the SWIFT payment system, inflation and interest rate hikes, and what investors need to watch in the coming weeks.
Feb 26, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 25: Russian Troops Enter Kyiv (Podcast by Pimm Fox)
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Our top stories include: Russian Troops Enter Kyiv, Fed Officials Still Sees Rate Hikes and Hold the Nuggets at Burger King
Feb 25, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 24: Russia Attacks Ukraine
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Our top stories include: Russia Attacks Ukraine, Global Stock Markets Fall, Oil Tops $100 a Barrel
Feb 24, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 23: Ukraine Declares State of Emergency (Podcast by Pimm Fox)
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Our top stories include: Ukraine Declares State of Emergency, Grains Post Big Gains and Lebanon’s Central Bank Chief Plays Hide and Seek
Feb 23, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 22: Russian Troops On the Move in Ukraine
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Our top stories include: Russian Troops On the Move in Ukraine, Fed Officials Debate the Size of Rate Increase and Viewers Give Olympics the Cold Shoulder
Feb 22, 2022
The Weekend Bite - Week Ending February 18th, 2022
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This week on The Weekend Bite, Jerry Kronenberg, Director of News at Seeking Alpha, discusses notable 13F filings from well known Hedge Funds, Jay Pestrichelli from ZEGA Financial talks the microenvironment with us, and Uma Pattarkine, CFA from CenterSquare Asset Management shares her outlook on Real Estate and ESG investing in the space.
Feb 19, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 18 by Pimm Fox: Russia’s Military Readies Nuclear Exercises
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Our top stories include: Russia’s Military Readies Nuclear Exercises, Mortgage Rates Near 4% and an SOS for Thousands of Volkswagen Vehicles
Feb 18, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 17 by Pimm Fox : Americans Are Set to Spend Big Time
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Our top stories include: Americans Are Set to Spend Big Time, Gasoline Prices Hit Record in California and Who’s The Rudest of Them All?
Feb 17, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 16 by Pimm Fox: NATO Sees No Sign of Russian Pullback
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Our top stories include: NATO Sees No Sign of Russian Pullback, Masks Off at Disney World and No More Staring at Headlights
Feb 16, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 15 by Pimm Fox: Oil Drops On Russian Troop Pullback from Ukraine’s Border
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Our top stories include: Oil Drops On Russian Pullback from Ukraine’s Border, U.S. Lawmakers May Get Tax Loophole and Money Flows South from U.S.
Feb 15, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 14 by Pimm Fox: New Car Prices Accelerate
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Our top stories include: New Car Prices Accelerate, U.S. Poultry Producers Worry About Avian Flu and U.S.-Canada Trade Reopens
Feb 14, 2022
The Weekend Bite by Wall Street Breakfast - Week Ending February 11th, 2022
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This week we are joined by Andy Constan, Founder of Damped Springs Advisors, and Nicholas Colas, Co-Founder of DataTrek to discuss the hot CPI numbers, The Federal Reserve, rate hikes, supply chains, year-end price targets, and so much more!
Feb 12, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 11 by Pimm Fox: Truckers Add to the Disruption of U.S.-Canada Trade
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Our top stories include: Truckers Add to the Disruption of U.S.-Canada Trade, Inflation Accelerates to 40-Year High and New York Rents Jump
Feb 11, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 10: New York Joins States Lifting Mask Mandates
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Top stories include: New York Joins States Lifting Mask Mandates, Germany Calls for ECB Tightening and the $350,000 Pair of Sneakers
Feb 10, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 9: Truckers Block U.S. – Canada Crossing
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Our top stories include: Truckers Block U.S. – Canada Crossing, Chips Ahoy! and Super Bowl Betting Surges
Feb 09, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 8: Russian-German Gas Pipeline Faces Problems
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Our top stories include: Russian-German Gas Pipeline Faces Problems, Peloton Interactive Changes Riders and Avocado Prices Surge
Feb 08, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 7: Ford Shuts Production on Chip Shortage
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Coming up, our top stories include: Ford Shuts Production on Chip Shortage, Tequila is the New Vodka and Rolls-Royce Updates Its Mascot
Feb 07, 2022
The Weekend Bite by Wall Street Breakfast - Week Ending February 4th, 2022
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This week we are joined by J Mintzmyer, Founder of Value Investor's Edge from Seeking Alpha's Marketplace, to discuss supply chain disruption updates. He also shares one big stock idea he likes for this year.
Feb 05, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 4: Apple and Google Face U.S. App Legislation
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Our top stories include: Apple and Google Face U.S. App Legislation, The Bar is Open at 30,000 ft. and in The Netherlands, A Bridge Too High
Feb 04, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 3: Food Prices Jump
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Our top stories include: Food Prices Jump, Sticker Shock for Electricity Rates and Palm Beach Real Estate Prices Soar
Feb 03, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 2: Fed Officials Temper Calls For Aggressive Rate Increases
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Our top stories include: Fed Officials Temper Calls For Aggressive Rate Increases, A Winter Storm Grounds Flights and Natural Gas Prices Soar and Carpool Karaoke in China
Feb 02, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast February 1: Gasoline and Transport Costs Continue to Rise
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Our top stories include: Gasoline and Transport Costs Continue to Rise, AT&T Cuts Dividend Amid Spinoff and Dolly Parton Hits the Grocery Store
Feb 01, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 31: Video Gamers Click to Spend
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Our top stories include: Video Gamers Click to Spend, Spotify’s New Guidelines and Bullets Knock Out NFL Broadcast in Oakland
Jan 31, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 30: Alphabet, Meta Platforms, Amazon And Starbucks Headline Big Earnings Week
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Our weekend preview of upcoming IPOs, earnings reports, conference presentations, investor days, IPO lockup expirations, FDA decisions, Barron's mentions, our single stock focus - Micron Technology - and other key events that could impact stocks.
Jan 30, 2022
The Weekend Bite by Wall Street Breakfast - Week Ending January 28th, 2022
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This week we are joined by David Kelly, Chief Global Strategist at JP Morgan, and Chris DeMuth Jr. from Seeking Alpha's Marketplace service Sifting the World.
Jan 29, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 28: U.S. Home Sales Are Quickening
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Our top stories include: U.S. Home Sales Are Quickening, Prices for Whiskey and Other Spirits Climb and Bioelectronic Implants? There’s an App for That
Jan 28, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 27: The Fed Signals Rising Rates
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Our top stories include: The Fed Signals Rising Rates, The Rent is Too High and Netflix Lands a Fan
Jan 27, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 26: Get Ready for the Fed’s Rate Decision
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Our top stories include: Get Ready for the Fed’s Rate Decision, Wheat Prices Shoot Higher and GM Charges Ahead
Jan 26, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 25: The Stock Market’s Wild Ride Is Set to Continue
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Our top stories include: The Stock Market’s Wild Ride Is Set to Continue, Unilever Looks for a Makeover and Bob Dylan Gets Tangled Up in Green
Jan 25, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 23: FOMC Meeting, Earnings Rush And Testing Times In Crypto
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Our weekend preview of upcoming IPOs, earnings reports, conference presentations, investor days, IPO lockup expirations, FDA decisions, Barron's mentions, our single stock focus - Micron Technology - and other key events that could impact stocks.
Jan 23, 2022
The Weekend Bite by Wall Street Breakfast - Week Ending Jan 21, 2022
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Wall Street Breakfast presents ‘The Weekend Bite': an all-new video show released on Fridays that covers the week's biggest headlines, Marketplace authors' expert analysis, Alpha insights from our News team and more! Watch Friday afternoons on Seeking Alpha, or listen to the podcast on Saturday.
Jan 22, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 21: Covid-19 Test-Makers Get Hit by Covid-19
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Our top stories include: Covid-19 Test-Makers Get Hit by Covid-19, Canada Faces Food Shortages Plus Soaring Prices and Intel Plans to Spend $20 billion in Ohio
Jan 21, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 20: Tech Stocks Correct
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Our top stories include: Tech Stocks Correct, The Winter Olympics from Connecticut and Oscar Mayer Gets Into Skincare
Jan 20, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 19: Energy Prices Continue to Rise
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Our top stories include: Energy Prices Continue to Rise, The FAA Reviews Missile Defense for Fedex and Tennis on the Great Barrier Reef
Jan 19, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 18: U.S. Mortgage Rates Climb
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Our top stories include: U.S. Mortgage Rates Climb, China Lowers Borrowing Costs and Breakfast is Getting More Expensive
Jan 18, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 16: Earnings Heat Up With Netflix, Procter & Gamble, Goldman Sachs And American Airlines On Tap
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Our weekend preview of upcoming IPOs, earnings reports, conference presentations, investor days, IPO lockup expirations, FDA decisions, Barron's mentions, our single stock focus - Micron Technology - and other key events that could impact stocks.
Jan 16, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 14: New Omicron Cases May Show Signs of Slowing
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Our top stories include: New Omicron Cases May Show Signs of Slowing, New York Rents Hit a Record and the FDA Turns a Blind Eye to French Dressing
Jan 14, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 13: New Car Prices Surge
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Our top stories include: New Car Prices Surge, Nickel Trades at the Highest Level in a Decade and More Viewers Huddle to Watch the NFL
Jan 13, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 12: GM Unveils New Used Car Marketplace
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Our top stories include: GM Unveils a New Used Car Marketplace, Electronic Trading Gets a Major Investment and the Earth May Be Flat at the BBC
Jan 12, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 11: Private Insurers to Pay for Covid-19 Testing
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Our top stories include: Private Insurers to Pay for Covid-19 Testing, The IRS Faces Backlog and a Banner Year for Rolls Royce Cars
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Jan 11, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 10: Goldman Sachs Sees Four Rate Increases This Year
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Our top stories include: Goldman Sachs Sees Four Rate Increases This Year, U.S. Gas Exports Surge and Getting Paid to Quit


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Jan 10, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 9: Big Banks Report Earnings, AMD-Xilinx Deal Drama, Huge Conferences In Retail And Healthcare
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Our weekend preview of upcoming IPOs, earnings reports, conference presentations, investor days, IPO lockup expirations, FDA decisions, Barron's mentions, our single stock focus - Micron Technology - and other key events that could impact stocks.
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Jan 09, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 7: Investors Pour Record Money into Private Companies
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Our top stories include: Investors Pour Record Money into Private Companies, U.S. Mortgage Rates Climb and Taco Bell Unveils a Subscription Plan


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Jan 07, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 6: The Fed Signals Sooner, Faster for Rate Increases
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Our top stories include: The Fed Signals Sooner, Faster for Rate Increases, Russia Sends Troops to Kazakhstan and No Insurance, No Skiing
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Jan 06, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 5: Prices for Covid-19 Test Kits Spike
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Our top stories include: Prices for Covid-19 Test Kits Spike, BlackBerry Goes Dark and Number Eight Beer Hits the Shelves – In Texas


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Jan 05, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 4: Holmes Found Guilty of Fraud
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Our top stories include: Holmes Found Guilty of Fraud, Ziggy Stardust Cleans Up and Thighs are the New Wings


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Jan 04, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 3: Covid-19 and the Weather Ground Thousands of Flights
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Our top stories include: Covid-19 and the Weather Ground Thousands of Flights, The 5G Fight in the Skies and The Show Will Go On
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Jan 03, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast January 2: Eyes On CES, OPEC+ And Electric Vehicle Deliveries
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Our weekend preview of upcoming IPOs, earnings reports, conference presentations, investor days, IPO lockup expirations, FDA decisions, Barron's mentions, our single stock focus - Micron Technology - and other key events that could impact stocks.
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Jan 02, 2022
AlphaTALKS Wall Street Breakfast January 1: What Moved Markets This Week
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The Seeking Alpha editorial team looks to the new year in our first-ever outlook roundtable: What Will Move Markets in 2022.

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Jan 01, 2022
Wall Street Breakfast December 31: U.S. Covid-19 Infections Hit a Record
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Our top stories include: U.S. Covid-19 Infections Hit a Record, Mexico Goes Digital and Armed Guards in the Grocery Aisle
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Dec 31, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 30: COVID Infections Soar
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Our top stories include: COVID Infections Soar, Get Ready for Higher Prices and French Fries at 30,000 ft.


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Dec 30, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 29: The Sun Belt Sees Drop in Housing Affordability
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Our top stories include: The Sun Belt Sees Drop in Housing Affordability, COVID Hits the High Seas and the Powerball Lottery Jackpot Tops $400 million
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Dec 29, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 28: COVID Quarantine Time Cut
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Our top stories include: COVID Quarantine Time Cut, The U.S. Gets Charged Up and Wall Street Moves to Florida
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Dec 28, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 27: COVID Hits U.S. Flight Schedules
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Our top stories include: COVID Hits U.S. Flight Schedules, Spider Man Spins Web of Gold and It Will Cost More to be an American


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Dec 27, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 26: Metaverse Business Meeting, Semis Conference And Virgin Orbit SPAC Deal
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Our weekend preview of upcoming IPOs, earnings reports, conference presentations, investor days, IPO lockup expirations, FDA decisions, Barron's mentions, our single stock focus - Micron Technology - and other key events that could impact stocks.
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Dec 26, 2021
AlphaTALKS Wall Street Breakfast December 24: What Moved Markets This Week
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Stocks rebounded from a tepid start to the week to rise into record territory as the Santa Rally finally took effect.
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Dec 24, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 23: The Housing Market Stays Hot
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Our top stories include: The Housing Market Stays Hot, Fraud and U.S. Pandemic Relief Funds and New Problems for Pet Owners


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Dec 23, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 22: The U.S. Unveils a Plan to Battle Omicron
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Our top stories include: The U.S. Unveils a Plan to Battle Omicron, American’s Population Growth Stagnates and Big Tech is a Big No Show at CES
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Dec 22, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 21: : The Omicron Variant Hits Home
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Our top stories include: The Omicron Variant Hits Home, New Vehicle Mileage Standards are Set and the NHL is On Ice


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Dec 21, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 20: Senator Joe Manchin Just Says No
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Our top stories include: Senator Joe Manchin Just Says No, The Omicron Variant Shutters Europe’s Christmas and The Great Candy Cane Crisis


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Dec 20, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 19: Earnings For Nike, Micron And Carnival Report, Spider-Man Boost For Theaters
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Our weekend preview of upcoming IPOs, earnings reports, conference presentations, investor days, IPO lockup expirations, FDA decisions, Barron's mentions, our single stock focus - Nio - and other key events that could impact stocks.
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Dec 19, 2021
AlphaTALKS Wall Street Breakfast December 18: What Moved Markets This Week
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Stocks gave up ground this week in volatile trading action. The Federal Reserve on Wednesday reinforced the hawkish stance set at its previous meeting, but stocks unexpectedly rallied after the announcement. These gains were quickly given back the following day and into a choppy Friday session.
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Dec 18, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 17: Oracle Moves Into the Medical Market
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Our top stories include: Oracle Moves Into the Medical Market, Europe’s Energy Prices Go Nuclear and Getting Behind the Wheel on Wall Street
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Dec 17, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 16: The New Fed Roadmap
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Our top stories include: The New Fed Roadmap, Central Banks Shift Course and The Boss Bags Some Big Bucks


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Dec 16, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 15: Waiting on the Fed
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Our top stories include: Waiting on the Fed, Retail Sales Set to Climb and Hold the Cream Cheese – Make $20 
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Dec 15, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 14: The Fed Huddles on Stimulus and Inflation
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Our top stories include: The Fed Huddles on Stimulus and Inflation, Cloudy Days for Solar Power and Harley-Davidson Shares Go Hog Wild
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Dec 14, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 13: A New Round of Pharma Deals
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Our top stories include: A New Round of Pharma Deals, Stock Buybacks Are Set to Increase and The Schmear Campaign Against Cream Cheese


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Dec 13, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 12: Rivian Earnings, Samsara IPO And Events For Delta, Lowe's And Eli Lilly
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Our weekend preview of upcoming IPOs, earnings reports, conference presentations, investor days, IPO lockup expirations, FDA decisions, Barron's mentions, our single stock focus - AURC - and other key events that could impact stocks
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Dec 12, 2021
AlphaTALKS Wall Street Breakfast December 11: What Moved Markets This Week
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Stocks posted their first winning week in a month. Major indexes rebounded early in the week after Pfizer (NYSE:PFE) and BioNTech (NASDAQ:BNTX) announced that three doses of their Covid-19 vaccine were effective in treating the omicron variant.
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Dec 11, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 10: Consumer Prices Likely to Accelerate
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Our top stories include: Consumer Prices Likely to Accelerate, Evergrande in Default and Who Moved the Cream Cheese


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Dec 10, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 9: The Senate Blocks Biden’s Vaccine Mandate for Businesses
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Our top stories include: The Senate Blocks Biden’s Vaccine Mandate for Businesses, Housing Costs Continue to Climb and New Zealand’s Great Smoke Out
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Dec 09, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 8: Congress Deals with Debt
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Our top stories include: Congress Deals with Debt, Wages Set to Rise and Welcome to a New Working Week in the Middle East
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Dec 08, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 7: The Big Apple Vaccine Mandate
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Our top stories include: The Big Apple Vaccine Mandate, Americans’ Savings Set to Fall and a Traffic Rebound Means More Wasted Time
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Dec 07, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 6: Digital Currencies’ Wild Ride
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Our top stories include: Digital Currencies’ Wild Ride, Washington’s Potential New Real Estate Rules and You’re Going to Get Jolt from  Coffee Prices  
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Dec 06, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 5: Lululemon And GameStop Earnings, CVS Health Event And Rivian Ratings
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Our weekend preview of upcoming IPOs, earnings reports, conference presentations, investor days, IPO lockup expirations, FDA decisions, Barron's mentions, our single stock focus - Unity Software - and other key events that could impact stocks.
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Dec 05, 2021
AlphaTALKS Wall Street Breakfast December 4: What Moved Markets This Week
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Stocks had a losing week amid much volatility. The omicron strain of Covid-19 rattled markets and hawkish comments by Fed Chair Jerome Powell added to the risk-off mood.
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Dec 04, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 3: Get Ready for the November Jobs Report
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Our top stories include: Get Ready for the November Jobs Report, Congress OKs Short-Term Government Funding and BofA Sees Security in Dressing Down


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Dec 03, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 2: Omicron Variant Lands in San Francisco
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Our top stories include: Omicron Variant Lands in San Francisco, No Dice in China and Major League Baseball Drops the Ball
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Dec 02, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast December 1: Powell Signals Faster Stimulus Pullback
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Our top stories include: Powell Signals Faster Stimulus Pullback, Renewable Energy Power Jumps and The World’s Most Expensive City May Surprise You 
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Dec 01, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast November 30: Stocks, Bonds and Oil Fall on Omicron Concerns
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Our top stories include: Stocks, Bonds and Oil Fall on Omicron Concerns, Coal Prices Surge as U.S. Stockpiles Dwindle and Where’s Santa?


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Nov 30, 2021
Wall Street Breakfast November 29: New Covid Strain Sparks Travel Restrictions
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