Month: October 2020

Monty Rakusen | Cultura | Getty Images Company: Contura Energy, Inc. (CTRA) Business: Contura is large scale provider of metallurgical (“met”) and thermal coal. The company has mining operations across coal basins in Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. It supplies both metallurgical coal to produce steel and thermal coal to generate power. The met coal
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Lamborghini 2020 EVO RWD Robert Frank | CNBC In the age of Zoom meetings, Grub Hub orders, Netflix movies and Amazon shopping, we’re all craving a little less virtual living and more real fun. Which is why the 2020 Lamborghini EVO RWD has arrived at the perfect moment. “EVO” stands for “evolution,” since it’s the
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Shares of Twitter, Facebook, Apple and Amazon traded lower Friday, a day after the companies released quarterly reports that failed to wow Wall Street. Here’s what’s going on: Twitter Twitter stock plunged more than 19% Friday after the company reported disappointing user growth but beat analysts’ expectations on profit and revenue. Twitter grew its total
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Dr. Scott Gottlieb warned that the United States is only “at the beginning of the steep part of the epidemic” as the number of coronavirus infections and hospitalizations across the country break grim records. In an interview on CNBC’s “The News with Shepard Smith” on Friday, the former FDA chief said, “You’ll see cases start
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Raymond James CEO Paul Reilly told CNBC on Friday that long-term investors should not be scared away from equity markets, despite the rise in coronavirus cases and other risk factors that weighed on Wall Street in October. “The important message is stay invested,” Reilly said on “Power Lunch.” “If you’re afraid of some segments, that’s
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Google parent company Alphabet‘s stock rose as much as 9% in after-hours trading as it crushed expectations for both earnings and revenue in its third-quarter earnings results, showing strong growth in advertising revenue across the board. Here are the results. Earnings per share: $16.40 vs $11.29 expected, according to Refinitiv estimates Revenue: $46.17 billion vs $42.90 billion
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Jack Ma wasn’t born rich but now he is one of the richest men in Asia. This Bloomberg profile tells the story of how Ma started as a poor kid in China’s countryside, learned English, got rejected from a job at KFC but then went on to found Alibaba, the massive e-commerce site. Video by
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The New York Stock Exchange in lower Manhattan in New York City. Spencer Platt | Getty Images Earnings hopes wilt as fresh Covid outbreak throws 2021 reopening in doubt. That’s the story of earnings season so far.  It’s the one word investors didn’t want to hear: lockdown. Never mind it’s mostly in Europe, and only partial. ”Lockdown light”
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Amazon reported better-than-expected third-quarter results after the bell on Thursday, including soaring profits and 37% revenue growth. The stock bounced around in extended trading, falling as much as 2%, after Amazon provided a wide guidance range for the fourth quarter. Earnings: $12.37 vs $7.41 per share expected, according to analysts surveyed by Refinitiv Revenue: $96.15
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