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Two years ago this week, AppDynamics was about to IPO. Then Cisco swooped in with a big fat check for $3.7 billion and plans changed quickly. Today, as part of Cisco, the company announced it was expanding its monitoring vision across the business with a number of enhancements to its product suite.
Investing.com - Asian stocks continued to rise in afternoon trade on Thursday. Hong Kong-listed Tencent Holdings Ltd (HK:0700) took centre stage after the Cyberspace Administration of China accused the company’s popular news app “Tian Tian Kuai Bao” of spreading vulgar information.
Employment numbers give the Aussie Dollar an early jump on the majors, with economic data and the ECB bringing the EUR into focus.
Investing.com - The Australian dollar fell against the U.S. dollar on Thursday in Asia after one of the Australian top 4 big national banks, the National Australia Bank (NAB), raised the home loan rates.
Futures slid 0.7 percent in New York on Wednesday, losing ground for the second day in a row. At the Davos economic forum, Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan bemoaned the risks of trade wars and populism while in Washington, an adviser to President Donald Trump said an extended shutdown could wipe out growth in 2019’s first quarter.
NextEra is asking the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to step in and rule by Friday that PG&E can’t “abrogate, amend or reject” any of the terms of its wholesale power-purchase agreements, the Juno Beach, Florida-based company said in an agency filing dated Jan. 18. “This is a warning shot by NextEra,” Katie Bays, a Washington-based analyst at Height Securities LLC, said in an interview Wednesday. NextEra is seeking to “use FERC as essentially a brick wall to prevent any negotiation” around the power-purchase agreements, Bays said.
Chipmaker Texas Instruments beat Wall Street's earnings estimate for the fourth quarter. Texas Instruments stock rose in extended trading. During the regular session, it fell 1.2%.
Three months ago, the chipmaker was one of the first to warn that demand for electronics was slowing after several years of ravenous consumption. Texas Instruments has more products and customers than any other semiconductor company, making its earnings and predictions a proxy for the broader industry. Texas Instruments shares were little changed in late trading after the report.