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While it stood pat this time, the Federal Reserve has raised rates 11 times in this cycle.
U.S. Steel Corp is locked in a spat with rival steelmaker Cleveland-Cliffs Inc over a confidentiality pact that would allow the latter to participate in a sale process that is underway, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
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A legal team that forced Tesla's directors to agree in July to return more than $700 million in compensation to the automaker for allegedly overpaying themselves are now seeking a huge payday of their own. The lawyers want a judge to approve $229 million in fees, or $10,690 an hour, according to a Sept. 8 filing in Delaware's Court of Chancery. The sum would be distributed among lawyers from four firms that spent several years building a case against the compensation paid to Tesla's directors from 2017 to 2020.
The stock market's initial reaction to the Fed's decision to leave interest rates unchanged was negative as indexes sank to session lows. Small caps still led the stock market, with the Russell 2000 up 0.4%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 0.4% as IBM jumped 2.6% to its highest level since December 2022.
The Federal Reserve signaled it still sees one more rate hike in 2023, with fewer cuts next year. The stock market sold off.
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Legendary investor Warren Buffett has achieved astounding returns throughout his career. From 1964 to 2022, his company Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK) delivered an overall gain of 3,787,464%, dwarfing the S&P 500's 24,708% return during the same period. Other than picking stocks that skyrocketed in value, Buffett also collects dividends — a lot of dividends. Buffett famously said, "If you don’t find a way to make money while you sleep, you will work until you die." Don’t Miss: Elon Musk has
Brent crude futures, the international benchmark, have jumped over the past month to a recent $93 per barrel.
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Rate-sensitive stocks including Apple, Meta Platforms, Alphabet, and Nvidia fell between 0.5% and 1.5% in premarket trading as the two-year and 10-year Treasury yields scaled multi-year highs. The U.S. central bank delivered a widely anticipated pause on Wednesday and revised economic projections higher with warnings that the battle against inflation was far from over, prompting a weak session for Wall Street. The Fed's updated quarterly projections showed chances of the key rate being lifted one more time in 2023 to a peak range of 5.50%-5.75% and significantly tighter rates through 2024 than previously expected.
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NextEra Energy's $5.4 billion retirement plan for employees has suffered about half a billion dollars in losses this year as outsized bets on company stock soured, reflecting ongoing risks of corporate 401(k) policies that encourage concentrated positions in company shares. America’s largest renewable power company is among several U.S. energy and utility companies, including Exxon and Southern Company, that continue to promote big, concentrated bets on company stock in worker retirement plans. A Reuters analysis of retirement policies and stock performance data, along with interviews with retirement and finance experts, show a small but prominent corner of Corporate America still plays a risky game with company stock in employee benefit plans even after high-profile corporate implosions like the $63 billion Enron collapse.
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Stock investors are overlooking major risks, the US economy is faltering, and carefree government spending will hammer the US dollar, Gundlach said.