Brace for another nose-dive for stocks — and welcome it
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These high-flying stocks have seen some pretty big lows recently, and they’ve got no choice but to revisit them, says our call of the day. Plus, what’s next for the dollar. See full story.
Goldman’s Lloyd Blankfein: ‘The odds of a bad outcome have gone up’
CNN’s Christine Romans, in an interview airing on Wednesday, asked Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, “what could possibly go wrong” in this roaring economy? His answer should send shivers through the investor community. See full story.
Cisco turns corner in tough transition to a new era
Cisco Systems Inc. has turned the corner in a painful transition, with the first quarter of revenue growth since 2016 showing success in the networking giant’s quest to become a subscription-based business. See full story.
Disarray in the Trump White House? It was worse than you know, Reince Priebus says
President Donald Trump’s White House may appear to be chaotic from the outside, but it was even worse on the inside, former chief of staff Reince Priebus said. See full story.
‘Troubled’ Florida school shooting suspect was a well-known threat, classmates say
The suspected gunman in Wednesday’s deadly school shooting in Florida is a “troubled” former student obsessed with firearms, who was once identified as a potential threat to his fellow classmates, according to a report See full story.
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