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The big banks kick off third-quarter earnings season on Tuesday morning.
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Revlon Inc. could be in for a company makeover. The cosmetics company is looking into “strategic transactions involving the Company and third parties” with the help of an “external financial advisor,” according to an SEC filing from Thursday.
The firm says the U.S. economy is slowing, but there are few signs of the “financial imbalances that typically precede economic downturns.”
Goldman Sachs picks Chipotle as its top restaurant, predicting its stock to surge 28 percent.
Goldman Sachs 2Q results beat on both the top and bottom lines.
Citigroup reported results on Monday, while JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo follow on Tuesday.
Stories moving the markets and shaking up the world.
It was the first time since October 2013 that Ally lowered rates.
In his speech on Tuesday, Powell stressed that policymakers would respond if inflation remains persistently low.
Blankfein said U.S. consumers could pay more or switch to purchasing goods from domestic companies.
The traditionally Wall Street-focused investment bank is pivoting to the consumer market.
Trading revenue fell 18 percent to $3.61 billion in the period.
Analysts at the investment bank warned the new credit card wouldn't be a moneymaker for Apple.
The stakes are high at Wells Fargo to turn the company around.
The card will reportedly be rolled out for employee testing in the next few weeks.
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Goldman's top brass are worried that 1MDB's liability could implode.
lloyd Blankfein said companies "used to be encouraged to return money to shareholders."