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  • Finance
    Kiplinger 12 hours ago

    5 States Where Taxes Are Going Up in 2017

    Alaska currently has no income or state sales tax. Technology has made it easier for individuals and businesses to move to states--or countries--with lower tax rates, says Joe Henchman, vice president of legal and state projects for the Tax Foundation, a policy research organization based in Washington, D.C. "Everybody is under the gun to be more competitive, whether it's government or the private sector," he says.

  • Qualcomm shares plunge amid US antitrust case
    CNBC 2 hours ago

    Qualcomm shares plunge amid US antitrust case

    Shares of Qualcomm (QCOM) fell 4 percent on Tuesday after U.S. regulators charged the company with using anti-competitive tactics over licensing, in yet another regulatory hurdle to its business. The Federal Trade Commission alleges that Qualcomm received high royalties for patented technologies that are "essential to industry standards." That creates in effect, "a tax" on manufacturers that used competing processors, the FTC said. For instance, the FTC statement said, Qualcomm refused to license patents to competing suppliers, and used its exclusive relationship with Apple to keep competitors from getting stronger.

  • Finance
    TheStreet.com 7 hours ago

    Pfizer Continues to Fade -- Get Ready to Buy on the Dip

    This month the same key zone, which includes Pfizer's 200-day moving average, has proven to be a major roadblock. With Tuesday's nearly 2% drop, Pfizer stock is now off by more than 5% from the January peak and is now well below last week's low. On Nov. 9, Pfizer exploded to the upside after opening the session with a huge gap.

  • Here’s what’s left to buy as stocks hit record highs: Tom Lee
    CNBC.com 14 hours ago

    Here’s what’s left to buy as stocks hit record highs: Tom Lee

    As stocks continue to flirt with record highs, Wall Street's biggest bull has a clear message for investors: keep buying. And he has six lagging groups that are prime for profits. According to Fundstrat's Tom Lee, 2017 is likely to be a very good year for laggards of the S&P 500 index. In recent coverage, he highlighted oil and gas drillers, metal and glass containers, fertilizers and agricultural chemicals, IT consulting, tanker stocks, and metals and mining. "We looked at close to 80 years of the performance of 164 industries," Lee said Friday on CNBC's "Trading Nation." "When a group severely lags, by at least 2,500 basis points or more, you almost always make money buying these things." Since

  • Your first trade for Monday, January 17
    CNBC 12 hours ago

    Your first trade for Monday, January 17

    The " Fast Money " traders gave their final trades of the day. Brian Kelly is a buyer of Tesla. Steve Grasso is a buyer of Nvidia. Guy Adami is a buyer of Amazon. Tim Seymour is a buyer of the iShares MSCI Emerging Market ETF (EEM).

  • Business
    CNBC 2 hours ago

    Cramer explains why this is the perfect environment for bank stocks to roar higher

    Financial stocks took a nosedive on Tuesday, but that didn't scare off Jim Cramer from the group. On Friday, three of the largest banks in the U.S. — Bank of America (BAC), JPMorgan (JPM) and Wells Fargo (WFC) — issued statements that were incredibly positive. Many investors believe that the recent rally in financials is based on a mere post-election high, but Cramer disagreed.

  • Oil prices set to slip as US shale gets ready to pump: IEA director
    CNBC 10 hours ago

    Oil prices set to slip as US shale gets ready to pump: IEA director

    Oil prices are set to fall later this year despite the recent OPEC agreement to limit production, Fatih Birol, the executive director at the International Energy Agency, has told CNBC. The oil cartel's production cut last year gave a boost to prices as it limited supply, but Birol expects other countries - most notably the U.S. - will simply step in to fill the void and depress prices, he predicted. The dramatic fall in prices that began in mid-2014 was due to weak demand, a strong dollar and booming U.S. oil production, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).

  • 10 Reasons You Will Never Be a Millionaire
    Kiplinger yesterday

    10 Reasons You Will Never Be a Millionaire

    Consider the math: According to Bankrate.com, the highest yield you can expect from a money market account right now is 1.26%. There's no denying that the stock market can take you on a bumpy ride, so your fears are understandable. Savings earmarked for retirement are particularly well suited for the stock market.

  • Business
    MarketWatch 8 hours ago

    Exxon Mobil expands Permian Basin footprint in deal worth more than $5.6 billion

    Exxon Mobil Corp. is the latest company to expand in Texas’ red-hot Permian basin, announcing a deal Tuesday to buy companies owned by the Bass family for $5.6 billion in stock and up to $1 billion in additional payments. Once a dominant player in the region, Exxon (XOM) is joining other oil firms in a race to build up drilling portfolios in West Texas and New Mexico. With the purchase, newly installed Exxon Chairman and Chief Executive Darren Woods will nearly double the oil and gas the company holds in the area to the equivalent of 6 billion barrels, the company said.

  • Who are the 8 richest people? All men, mostly Americans
    Associated Press yesterday

    Who are the 8 richest people? All men, mostly Americans

    The eight tycoons' net worth, as calculated by Forbes magazine, was cited Monday by anti-poverty activists Oxfam in a report highlighting income inequality. Gates co-founded Microsoft in the mid-70s, growing it into the world's biggest software company and helping to make computers a household item. The richest person in Europe, Ortega opened the first Zara fashion shop in 1975.