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Monday, April 23: Macron coming for Trump’s first official state visit; Tencent Music wants to IPO in 2018 in US; more than 170 companies report earnings this week including Alphabet, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Starbucks, GM. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts runs through it all.
Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith and Jared Blikre on the 10-year treasury yield trading just shy of 3%, Qualcomm under pressure, what to expect in Alphabet's earnings and the US Treasury possibly easing sanctions on a Russian aluminum producer.
'When I hear that, I hear 2.2 billion compliance breaches.'
When the Department of Defense announced in March a 10-year winner-take-all
Many drivers are feeling pain at the pump as gas prices rise. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous speaks with Robert Sinclair from AAA.
President Trump will reportedly demand North Korea quickly denuclearize as part of negotiations. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Rick Newman have more.
Facebook’s is scheduled to announce its Q1 results on Wednesday, April 25. The company has been in the limelight in the last month after it was revealed that Cambridge Analytica harvested data of 87 million profiles (over 70 million from the U.S.).
Hedge fund managers at the high-profile 2018 Sohn Investment Conference in New York pitched stock ideas on Monday, ranging from online food ordering to homebuilders, that should benefit from the growing clout of the millennial generation. John Khoury, founder and managing partner of $2.7 billion (£1.94 billion) hedge fund Long Pond Capital, revealed a long position in U.S. homebuilder D.R. Horton Inc (DHI.N), which he said should see a boost as more millennials age into the first-time home buyer market.
Ford Motor Co. is slated to report first-quarter earnings on Wednesday, with markets hoping the auto maker will show more progress toward much-touted cost-cutting measures.
Bond king Jeffrey Gundlach unfriended Facebook (FB) in a big way on Monday, telling hundreds of investors at a conference in New York that the company's 2.2 billion users are more like "2.2 billion compliance breaches." He suggested that investors short the stock, which has teetered in recent weeks after revelations that Facebook had allowed user data to be mined for wide political and commercial purposes. Gundlach was speaking at the Ira Sohn Conference in New York, which raises money to combat pediatric cancer. On Monday, he suggests investors go long on energy producers through the SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF (XOP).
Aleksandr Kogan, the data scientist at the center of the Facebook data scandal, says Mark Zuckerberg is "totally" a hypocrite.
Hedge fund managers at the high-profile 2018 Sohn Investment Conference in New York pitched stock ideas on Monday, ranging from online food ordering to homebuilders, that should benefit from the growing clout of the millennial generation. John Khoury, founder and managing partner of $2.7 billion hedge fund Long Pond Capital, revealed a long position in U.S. homebuilder D.R. Horton Inc, which he said should see a boost as more millennials age into the first-time home buyer market.