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Kerry MarunaOctober 15, 2015

What’s Going on In Finance Today

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.

You need information in finance and CFO has it. Look no further than the CFO roundup for everything in the world of financial news and insights from the perspective of C-suite executives and experts in their field. Here’s today’s CFO roundup…

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Pepsi, Coke Vying for Stake in Chobani

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.

>> Matthew Heller

 

Wal-Mart Shares Tumble on Earnings Forecast

The stock suffers its worst fall since February 2000 as the retailer issues a gloomy outlook for 2017 that underscores investor concerns.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

Three Rules for Navigating the Global Tax Maze

How mid-market executives can prepare for possible tax, legal, treasury, and business missteps that can complicate global expansion plans.

>> Carl Allegretti

 

Could a CFO Run for President

With non-career politicians doing well in polls, is a CFO candidacy so far-fetched?

>> Henri Steenkamp

 

Restatements Infect Reporting at Peer Companies

Counterintuitively, corrections of misreported financials actually prompt peers to imitate the misreporting, a study finds.

>> Matthew Heller

 

MetLife Stock Falls on News of Accounting Error

The insurer says an internal review determined it had incorrectly stated its combined risk-based capital ratio.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

Retail, Food Sales up Only 0.1% Last Month

Economists say the sluggish September figures support the view that the Federal Reserve won’t raise interest rates this year.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

JP Morgan Earnings Fall Short of 3Q Estimates

Much of the earnings miss reflects a 16% drop in revenue from trading, but improved efficiency drove rising profits for other divisions.

>> Matthew Heller

 

BofA Posts $4.5B Profit in 3Q as Legal Costs Fall

The bank’s cost-cutting efforts helped to mitigate the impact of weak revenue in all of its four main businesses except consumer banking.

>> Matthew Heller

 

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