Why Nvidia’s Success May Be a Problem for the Stock Market
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P.M. Edition for June 21. Nvidia’s value has skyrocketed, pushing the S&P 500 to record-breaking highs, but many other companies in the index have traded lower. Wall Street Journal senior markets columnist James Mackintosh explains why that split could be risky. And the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a federal law that forbids domestic abusers from possessing guns in a major Second Amendment decision. Plus, reporter Jim Carlton on how San Francisco is using its cool weather to attract tourists. Alex Ossola hosts. Sign up for the WSJ's free What's News newsletter. Learn more about your ad choic ..read more
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Trump Campaign Donations Surge After Guilty Verdict
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12h ago
A.M. Edition for June 21. The former president’s campaign committee takes in twice as much as President Biden’s in May, though both men garner significant financial support from billionaires. And, the possibility of Marine Le Pen’s far-right, euroskeptic party leading France’s government triggers flashbacks of euro crises past, but WSJ chief economics commentator Greg Ip says things are different now. And, why the missing line on your résumé is… your golf score. Luke Vargas hosts. Sign up for the WSJ's free What's News newsletter.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adc ..read more
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Catastrophe Investors Brace for Hurricane Season
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1d ago
P.M. Edition for June 20. WSJ Heard of the Street columnist Telis Demos explains what is attracting investors to catastrophe insurance during a summer of extreme weather. And the Supreme Court upholds a 2017 tax on foreign investments in a decision that leaves unresolved other questions about federal taxing powers. Supreme Court correspondent Jess Bravin explains. Plus, the death of actor Donald Sutherland. Francesca Fontana hosts. Sign up for the WSJ's free What's News newsletter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices ..read more
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Citigroup Tries to Sell Investors on the Hidden Value of Its ‘Financial Pipes’
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3d ago
P.M. Edition for June 18. Citi CEO Jane Fraser is highlighting an under-the-radar profit engine: Citi Services. Deputy Wall Street bureau chief David Benoit has more. And Nvidia soars in marketsNv, making it the most valuable U.S.-listed company. Plus, reporter Phred Dvorak explains how the Biden administration's tariffs on Chinese solar panels could slow down the rollout of solar projects in the U.S. and drive up consumer costs. Jennifer Maloney hosts.  Sign up for the WSJ's free What's News newsletter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices ..read more
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Beijing’s Expanding Influence in America’s Backyard
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4d ago
A.M. Edition for June 18. In a sleepy town in Peru, China is building a megaport to speed trade between Asia and South America. The WSJ’s Ryan Dubé says the project is part of a growing network of alliances that’s setting off alarm bells in Washington. Plus, electric-vehicle startup Fisker files for bankruptcy. And, several high-profile candidates turn down the chance to be Boeing’s next CEO. Luke Vargas hosts. Sign up for the WSJ's free What's News newsletter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices ..read more
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North Carolina’s Rural Voters Reflect a Major Challenge for President Biden
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4d ago
P.M. Edition for June 17. The Democratic Party has lost more of the rural vote in recent elections. For President Biden’s campaign, that’s an especially big problem in North Carolina, the most rural swing state. National reporter Valerie Bauerlein spoke with voters and party members about their concerns. And the White House plans to announce one of the biggest immigration initiatives in years, benefitting people living in the country illegally who are married to U.S. citizens. Plus, markets reporter Sam Goldfarb tells audio producer Anthony Bansie about how a furious bond rally could boost sto ..read more
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Will AI Investments Pay Off? Your Questions Answered.
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by The Wall Street Journal
5d ago
Businesses and investors keep making big bets on artificial intelligence. Earlier this month, Nvidia, whose chips power a lot of AI tech, topped $3 trillion in market cap. Other tech giants, like Microsoft and Amazon, are pledging billions to build up their AI capabilities. As their stocks soar and business leaders predict AI will cut costs and save companies major capital, will AI live up to the hype? Journal tech columnist Christopher Mims answers your questions on what AI can and can't do and what it'll take for the tech to fulfill its financial promises. Charlotte Gartenberg hosts. Furthe ..read more
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What’s News in Markets: Musk’s Pay, AI Deals, Broadcom’s Split
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by The Wall Street Journal
6d ago
How did markets react to the Federal Reserve’s projections for cutting interest rates? And what happened to Tesla’s shares after Elon Musk’s multibillion-dollar pay package was approved? Plus, why is Broadcom following in Nvidia’s footsteps with a stock split? Host Francesca Fontana discusses the biggest stock moves of the week and the news that drove them. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices ..read more
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Supreme Court Strikes Down Ban on Bump Stocks
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P.M. Edition for June 14. The opinion discards a rule issued in the aftermath of a 2017 massacre in Las Vegas perpetrated by a shooter armed with bump stocks, which modify semiautomatic weapons to fire with the speed and lethality of military firearms. And from United Airlines to Netflix, there are changes afoot in the world of advertising, as Chip Cutter hears from advertising reporter Patience Haggin. Plus, Wall Street Journal Peter Rudegeair on how hedge funds are swimming in so much cash that they’re allocating billions of dollars to other hedge funds. Pierre Bienaimé hosts. Sign up for t ..read more
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Musk Pay Victory Sets Up Court Battle
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1w ago
A.M. Edition for June 14. Elon Musk has won shareholders’ backing for his Tesla pay package, but that’s unlikely to put the issue to rest. Plus, with Gaza cease-fire talks at an impasse, the WSJ’s Rory Jones goes over the correspondence from Hamas’s military chief and the brutal calculation it reveals. And, Donald Trump floats a new idea for collecting federal revenue: all tariffs, no income tax. Luke Vargas hosts. Sign up for the WSJ's free What's News newsletter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices ..read more
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