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The look, features, and specs makes it obvious that the new Corvette is meant to resonate with younger, more enthusiast sports car buyers who want the Corvette to be a track fighter - not a boulevard cruiser with massive straight line speed.
Obviously, you need to make sure you're ready for the school year with some solid headphones, a decent pair of speakers and something good to listen to. Whether you need something with noise-cancelling to block out an annoying roommate, or headphones for the gym that shrug off sweat, we've got you covered.
We've lost count of how many times insiders have accumulated shares in a company that goes on to improve markedly. On...
The Australian dollar has rallied again during the day on Monday as we continue to build pressure to the upside. Ultimately, this market looks for some type of momentum to finally break out and smashed the downtrend that we have been in.
SS&C Technologies (SSNC) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
Let's talk about the popular Ferrari N.V. (NYSE:RACE). The company's shares led the NYSE gainers with a relatively...
Proofpoint's (PFPT) Q2 results are likely to benefit from solid product portfolio and international business. However, impact of the shuttered Cloudmark OEM business is likely to be an overhang.
Tepid demand trend in North America, input cost inflation, higher transportation expenses, a stronger dollar & increased start-up costs will likely affect Mohawk Industries' (MHJK) Q2 earnings.
RPM International (RPM) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 8.77% and -0.19%, respectively, for the quarter ended May 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Based on the early price action and the current price at .7040, the direction of the AUD/USD on Monday is likely to be determined by trader reaction to the downtrending Gann angle at .7036.
The markets have priced in a 25-basis point Federal Reserve rate cut on July 31. The source of volatility this week for Aussie and Kiwi traders will be whether there will be a 50-basis point rate cut. There are no Fed speakers scheduled this week so traders are going to have a hard time determining the chances of the more aggressive half-percentage point rate cut. Therefore, brace yourself for a potential choppy, two-sided trade.
Investing.com - The U.S. dollar inched up on Monday in Asia as investors turned their attention to global central bank decisions scheduled for the next two weeks, starting with the European Central Bank which meets on Thursday followed by the Bank of Japan and then the Federal Reserve next week.
It’s a big week ahead for the markets. Earnings, economic data, Iran, trade war chatter, and the ECB are all in focus.
Australian and New Zealand Dollars both benefited from expectations of a rate cut by the Fed. The Aussie also picked up strength after the release of the Reserve Bank of Australia Monetary Policy Minutes and steady employment data. The Kiwi was supported by consumer inflation data that met expectations.
Tax breaks for two major health care companies are under scrutiny by New Jersey’s economic development agency.
(Bloomberg) -- Tinder joined a growing backlash against app store taxes by bypassing Google Play in a move that could shake up the billion-dollar industry dominated by Google and Apple Inc.The online dating site launched a new default payment process that skips Google Play and forces users to enter their credit card details straight into Tinder’s app, according to new research by Macquarie analyst Ben Schachter. Once a user has entered their payment information, the app not only remembers it, but also removes the choice to swap back to Google Play for future purchases, he wrote.“This is a huge difference," Schachter said in an interview. “It’s an incredibly high-margin business for Google bringing in billions of dollars," he said.The shares of Tinder’s parent company, Match Group Inc., spiked 5% when Schachter’s note was published on Thursday. Shares of Google parent Alphabet Inc. were little changed.Apple and Google launched their app stores in 2008, and they soon grew into powerful marketplaces that matched the creations of millions of independent developers with billions of smartphone users. In exchange, the companies take as much as 30% of revenue. The app economy is expected to grow to $157 billion in 2022, according to App Annie projections.As the market expands, a growing revolt has been gaining steam over the past year. Spotify Technology SA filed an antitrust complaint with the European Commission earlier this year, claiming the cut Apple takes amounts to a tax on competitors. Netflix Inc. has recently stopped letting Apple users subscribe via the App Store and Epic Games Inc. said last year it wouldn’t distribute Fortnite, one of the world’s most popular video games, through Google Play.Match declined to answer questions about whether the company was also investigating bypassing Apple’s App Store. Match is expected to discuss the payment flow change with analysts and investors during its next earnings call on Aug. 6.“At Match Group, we constantly test new updates and features to offer convenience, control and choice to our users," Justine Sacco, a spokeswoman for Match, wrote in an email. “We will always try to provide options that benefit their experience and offering payment options is one example of this."Google didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.Of the high-profile companies that have shunned the App store, Match is the only one that has changed the payment method in-app, Schachter noted. Others have instead forced subscribers back to their own websites to enter payment information.Tinder’s move could spark a domino effect.“Tinder is relatively small and it won’t have a massive impact, but the concern is if this grows and gets into gaming apps as it starts moving forward," Schachter said. “We’re going to see a lot of other companies potentially trying to experiment with this."\--With assistance from Mark Bergen.To contact the reporter on this story: Olivia Carville in New York at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jillian Ward at email@example.com, Molly Schuetz, Andrew PollackFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
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