Investors remain concerned as Walmart Stock suffers its worst fall since 2000. As of Wednesday, the stock has fallen 9%. Very disappointing news for those investors who were hoping for growth. More in the link below.
Walmart is not the only one to experience follies, JP Morgan saw a 16% drop in revenue falling short of third quarter estimates. Though, they have improved efficiency and seen profits in other divisions. Find out more here.
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The Greek-yogurt maker is in talks with the soft drinks companies to sell a minority stake, including warrants owned by private equity firm TPG Capital.
The stock suffers its worst fall since February 2000 as the retailer issues a gloomy outlook for 2017 that underscores investor concerns.
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The insurer says an internal review determined it had incorrectly stated its combined risk-based capital ratio.
Economists say the sluggish September figures support the view that the Federal Reserve won’t raise interest rates this year.
Much of the earnings miss reflects a 16% drop in revenue from trading, but improved efficiency drove rising profits for other divisions.
The bank’s cost-cutting efforts helped to mitigate the impact of weak revenue in all of its four main businesses except consumer banking.
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