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Pricing, stock market fuel Greenwich's luxury home sales - Greenwich Time

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The largest estate in Greenwich, Conn., which spans 80 acres in the backcountry gated community Conyers Farm, sold for $21 million in November 2017.

The largest estate in Greenwich, Conn., which spans 80 acres in the backcountry gated community Conyers Farm, sold for $21 million in November 2017.

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The largest estate in Greenwich, Conn., which spans 80 acres in the backcountry gated community Conyers Farm, sold for $21 million in November 2017.

The largest estate in Greenwich, Conn., which spans 80 acres in the backcountry gated community Conyers Farm, sold for $21 million in November 2017.

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The largest estate in Greenwich, Conn., which spans 80 acres in the backcountry gated community Conyers Farm, sold for $21 million in November 2017.

The largest estate in Greenwich, Conn., which spans 80 acres in the backcountry gated community Conyers Farm, sold for $21 million in November 2017.

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The largest estate in Greenwich, Conn., which spans 80 acres in the backcountry gated community Conyers Farm, sold for $21 million in November 2017.

The largest estate in Greenwich, Conn., which spans 80 acres in the backcountry gated community Conyers Farm, sold for $21 million in November 2017.

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Why It's Time for a Stock Market Sobriety Check - Fortune

As this issue was going to press, the U.S. Senate passed a tax-cut bill that, should it become law, will almost certainly energize the animal spirits of American corporations. Republicans in the Senate and the House still have a bit of cloakroom legerdemain to do before there’s a final 500-page piece of legislation for the President to sign. But in the end, businesses will surely get a grab bag of goodies, from a dramatically reduced corporate tax rate to more favorable rules on expensing capital investments—much of which they’ve been pining after for years.

For investors, the people who actually own these public companies, the news ought to be just as rosy. After all, if corporations are paying less to Uncle Sam, then there will be more profit to parse out to shareholders. Companies might choose to do that indirectly, by reinvesting the extra cash in a new factory or business that...


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Read more: Why It's Time for a Stock Market Sobriety Check - Fortune

3 Things to Know About the Stock Market Before Tomorrow Happens - TheStreet.com

Is it Friday yet?

A Wild Day for Bitcoin

Who knows what tomorrow holds for bitcoin. If it's anything like Thursday, then trading will be absolutely mind-boggling. The digital currency has surpassed five major threshold prices in the past two days. After trading above $16,100 midday Thursday, bitcoin pared gains slightly, still higher 16.18% for the day to $15,971.05 Thursday afternoon. Crazy time. I talked with CME Group CEO Terry Duffy today ahead of his company's big launch of bitcoin futures next week. Stay tuned for that piece. Meanwhile, TheStreet's Kinsey Grant talks the bearish side of bitcoin.  

Car Company or Tech Company

Blessed are thou with access to a Bloomberg terminal. In a race to turn cars into roaming computers, automakers continue to morph into tech giants. Toyota (TM) and Ford (F) were among the top 21 recipients of patents in 2016, according to the Intellectual...


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Read more: 3 Things to Know About the Stock Market Before Tomorrow Happens - TheStreet.com

3 Things to Know About the Stock Market Before Tomorrow Happens - TheStreet.com

Is it Friday yet?

A Wild Day for Bitcoin

Who knows what tomorrow holds for bitcoin. If it's anything like Thursday, then trading will be absolutely mind-boggling. The digital currency has surpassed five major threshold prices in the past two days. After trading above $16,100 midday Thursday, bitcoin pared gains slightly, still higher 16.18% for the day to $15,971.05 Thursday afternoon. Crazy time. I talked with CME Group CEO Terry Duffy today ahead of his company's big launch of bitcoin futures next week. Stay tuned for that piece. Meanwhile, TheStreet's Kinsey Grant talks the bearish side of bitcoin.  

Car Company or Tech Company

Blessed are thou with access to a Bloomberg terminal. In a race to turn cars into roaming computers, automakers continue to morph into tech giants. Toyota (TM) and Ford (F) were among the top 21 recipients of patents in 2016, according to the Intellectual...


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Pricing, stock market fuel Greenwich's luxury home sales - Greenwich Time

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The largest estate in Greenwich, Conn., which spans 80 acres in the backcountry gated community Conyers Farm, sold for $21 million in November 2017.

The largest estate in Greenwich, Conn., which spans 80 acres in the backcountry gated community Conyers Farm, sold for $21 million in November 2017.

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The largest estate in Greenwich, Conn., which spans 80 acres in the backcountry gated community Conyers Farm, sold for $21 million in November 2017.

The largest estate in Greenwich, Conn., which spans 80 acres in the backcountry gated community Conyers Farm, sold for $21 million in November 2017.

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Support Expected For China Stock Market - Nasdaq

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(RTTNews.com) - The China stock market has fallen lower in four consecutive sessions, sliding almost 45 points or 1.4 percent in that span. The Shanghai Composite Index now rests just above the 3,270-point plateau although it may halt its decline on Friday.

The global forecast for the Asian markets is positive on optimism the U.S. government will avoid a shutdown, and a bump in crude oil prices. The European and U.S. markets were up and the Asian bourses figure to open in similar fashion.

The SCI finished modestly lower on Thursday following losses from the financials, properties and resource stocks.

Among the actives, Bank of China shed 0.51 percent, while Industrial and Commercial Bank of China dropped 1.17 percent, Agricultural Bank of China lost 0.53 percent, China Life skidded 1.01 percent, Ping An retreated 1.10 percent, PetroChina fell 0.49 percent, China...


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Support Expected For China Stock Market - Nasdaq

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(RTTNews.com) - The China stock market has fallen lower in four consecutive sessions, sliding almost 45 points or 1.4 percent in that span. The Shanghai Composite Index now rests just above the 3,270-point plateau although it may halt its decline on Friday.

The global forecast for the Asian markets is positive on optimism the U.S. government will avoid a shutdown, and a bump in crude oil prices. The European and U.S. markets were up and the Asian bourses figure to open in similar fashion.

The SCI finished modestly lower on Thursday following losses from the financials, properties and resource stocks.

Among the actives, Bank of China shed 0.51 percent, while Industrial and Commercial Bank of China dropped 1.17 percent, Agricultural Bank of China lost 0.53 percent, China Life skidded 1.01 percent, Ping An retreated 1.10 percent, PetroChina fell 0.49 percent, China...


Read full article on News GN StockMarket


Read more: Support Expected For China Stock Market - Nasdaq

3 Things to Know About the Stock Market Before Tomorrow Happens - TheStreet.com

Is it Friday yet?

A Wild Day for Bitcoin

Who knows what tomorrow holds for bitcoin. If it's anything like Thursday, then trading will be absolutely mind-boggling. The digital currency has surpassed five major threshold prices in the past two days. After trading above $16,100 midday Thursday, bitcoin pared gains slightly, still higher 16.18% for the day to $15,971.05 Thursday afternoon. Crazy time. I talked with CME Group CEO Terry Duffy today ahead of his company's big launch of bitcoin futures next week. Stay tuned for that piece. Meanwhile, TheStreet's Kinsey Grant talks the bearish side of bitcoin.  

Car Company or Tech Company

Blessed are thou with access to a Bloomberg terminal. In a race to turn cars into roaming computers, automakers continue to morph into tech giants. Toyota (TM) and Ford (F) were among the top 21 recipients of patents in 2016, according to the Intellectual...


Read full article on News GN StockMarket


Read more: 3 Things to Know About the Stock Market Before Tomorrow Happens - TheStreet.com

Support Expected For China Stock Market - Nasdaq

Shutterstock photo

(RTTNews.com) - The China stock market has fallen lower in four consecutive sessions, sliding almost 45 points or 1.4 percent in that span. The Shanghai Composite Index now rests just above the 3,270-point plateau although it may halt its decline on Friday.

The global forecast for the Asian markets is positive on optimism the U.S. government will avoid a shutdown, and a bump in crude oil prices. The European and U.S. markets were up and the Asian bourses figure to open in similar fashion.

The SCI finished modestly lower on Thursday following losses from the financials, properties and resource stocks.

Among the actives, Bank of China shed 0.51 percent, while Industrial and Commercial Bank of China dropped 1.17 percent, Agricultural Bank of China lost 0.53 percent, China Life skidded 1.01 percent, Ping An retreated 1.10 percent, PetroChina fell 0.49 percent, China...


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Read more: Support Expected For China Stock Market - Nasdaq

Next stock market crash will look different than the financial crisis ... - Business Insider

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trader upset 2008 financial crisisReuters / John Gress

  • The stock bull market is well into its ninth year, and signs of fragility have firms like Bank of America Merrill Lynch looking ahead to the next big crash.
  • By BAML's calculation, the next bear market will be in line with past occurrences, and nowhere near as volatile as the 2008, 1998 or 1987 crashes.


Stock bull markets don't last forever, which is why it's a useful exercise to start bracing for the next big crash. Or at the very least, it's helpful to know what kind of damage could result from the inevitable downturn.

In order to do so, Bank of America Merrill Lynch looked at past S&P 500 bear markets — generally defined as a 20% drop — and analyzed the volatility that has accompanied them. To them, the key is looking at the degree of price swings leading up to the crash.

And based on the fluctuations seen during the ongoing 8 1/2-year bull market, the firm...


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Australian stock exchange to move to blockchain - BBC News - BBC News

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Australia's main stock exchange has said it will become the first global market to use the technology behind Bitcoin to clear and settle trades.

The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) will replace its current clearing system with blockchain technology.

The new system has been in development and testing for more than two years and aims to cut the cost of transactions, and make them faster and more secure.

A timeline for the transition to the technology will be given by March.

ASX chief executive Dominic Stevens said the move to distributed ledger technology - also known as blockchain - will "put Australia at the forefront of innovation in financial markets".

Blockchain is a method of recording data via a digital ledger of transactions, agreements, contracts...


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Flynn story gives glimpse into fragile state of stock market - New York Post

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The stock market tanked briefly last Friday on a misleading ABC News report that made it seem as though President Trump’s legal problems were increasing.

That report, which got an ABC News correspondent in deep trouble, said Trump gave orders to retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (then a national security adviser) to contact the Russians before he won the election.

It was later corrected that the order came after Trump had won — during the transition.

On that correction, the stock market regained most of the ground it had lost.

Friday’s action gave us a preview of what is going to happen if Trump gets into real trouble.

Early on, I was following this stuff closely and had very good sources. These days, I’m working on a story that I can’t tell you about that — if it turns out to be true — will dominate the headlines for months.

But last year, I was one of the first — if not the first — to...


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Read more: Flynn story gives glimpse into fragile state of stock market - New York Post

Why It's Time for a Stock Market Sobriety Check - Fortune

As this issue was going to press, the U.S. Senate passed a tax-cut bill that, should it become law, will almost certainly energize the animal spirits of American corporations. Republicans in the Senate and the House still have a bit of cloakroom legerdemain to do before there’s a final 500-page piece of legislation for the President to sign. But in the end, businesses will surely get a grab bag of goodies, from a dramatically reduced corporate tax rate to more favorable rules on expensing capital investments—much of which they’ve been pining after for years.

For investors, the people who actually own these public companies, the news ought to be just as rosy. After all, if corporations are paying less to Uncle Sam, then there will be more profit to parse out to shareholders. Companies might choose to do that indirectly, by reinvesting the extra cash in a new factory or business that...


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Read more: Why It's Time for a Stock Market Sobriety Check - Fortune

As 2017 winds down, can the stock market count on a Santa Claus ... - Dallas News

December may bring the first day of winter, but the hot streak in the U.S. stock market is showing no signs of cooling.

As of Nov. 30, the Standard & Poor's 500 index was up 18 percent, putting it on track for the third-best year of returns since the financial crisis. So much for the naysayers who have called for a stock market crash this year that's never materialized.

With 16 trading days left in 2017, nothing on the horizon seems to put the market's rally in peril. Rather, December historically is one of the best months for stocks, with the S&P 500 delivering average monthly returns of 1.4 percent, according to data compiled by Yardeni Research.

And stocks could get a further boost from Congress, the Federal Reserve and Santa Claus. Here's what to watch in the month ahead — and beyond.

All eyes on Washington

The holidays may be around the corner, but there's still work to be...


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Read more: As 2017 winds down, can the stock market count on a Santa Claus ... - Dallas News

As 2017 winds down, can the stock market count on a Santa Claus ... - Dallas News

December may bring the first day of winter, but the hot streak in the U.S. stock market is showing no signs of cooling.

As of Nov. 30, the Standard & Poor's 500 index was up 18 percent, putting it on track for the third-best year of returns since the financial crisis. So much for the naysayers who have called for a stock market crash this year that's never materialized.

With 16 trading days left in 2017, nothing on the horizon seems to put the market's rally in peril. Rather, December historically is one of the best months for stocks, with the S&P 500 delivering average monthly returns of 1.4 percent, according to data compiled by Yardeni Research.

And stocks could get a further boost from Congress, the Federal Reserve and Santa Claus. Here's what to watch in the month ahead — and beyond.

All eyes on Washington

The holidays may be around the corner, but there's still work to be...


Read full article on News GN StockMarket


Read more: As 2017 winds down, can the stock market count on a Santa Claus ... - Dallas News

MARKET SNAPSHOT: Stock-market Indexes Inch Higher; Taxes In ... - Morningstar.com

By Sara Sjolin and Anora M. Gaudiano, MarketWatch

Broadcom rallies after results

The main U.S. stock benchmarks edged higher in early Thursday trade, driven by gains in the technology, industrials and energy sectors.

Traders focused on continued progress on tax legislation and looked ahead to the monthly jobs report due Friday.

What are indexes doing?

The S&P 500 index was up by 2 points, or 0.1%, to 2,631, after four straight sessions of declines.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 32 points, or 0.1%, to 24,174.

The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index outpaced the other benchmarks and was up 20 points, or 0.3%, at 6,795, largely thanks to gains among so-called FAANG stocks: Apple Inc.(AAPL) was up 0.8%, while Alphabet Inc.(GOOGL) rose 0.9%.

What's driving the markets?

Tech stocks were making something of...


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Read more: MARKET SNAPSHOT: Stock-market Indexes Inch Higher; Taxes In ... - Morningstar.com

MARKET SNAPSHOT: Stock-market Indexes Inch Higher; Taxes In ... - Morningstar.com

By Sara Sjolin and Anora M. Gaudiano, MarketWatch

Broadcom rallies after results

The main U.S. stock benchmarks edged higher in early Thursday trade, driven by gains in the technology, industrials and energy sectors.

Traders focused on continued progress on tax legislation and looked ahead to the monthly jobs report due Friday.

What are indexes doing?

The S&P 500 index was up by 2 points, or 0.1%, to 2,631, after four straight sessions of declines.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 32 points, or 0.1%, to 24,174.

The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index outpaced the other benchmarks and was up 20 points, or 0.3%, at 6,795, largely thanks to gains among so-called FAANG stocks: Apple Inc.(AAPL) was up 0.8%, while Alphabet Inc.(GOOGL) rose 0.9%.

What's driving the markets?

Tech stocks were making something of...


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Read more: MARKET SNAPSHOT: Stock-market Indexes Inch Higher; Taxes In ... - Morningstar.com

Stock Market News For Dec 6, 2017 - Yahoo Finance

Markets closed lower on Tuesday after investors speculated over the possible effects of retaining the alternate minimum tax in the final tax Bill. Moreover, the S&P 500 posted its third straight day of losses. The Dow and the Nasdaq also ended in the red after suffering broad based losses. Meanwhile, the ISM Service Index for November declined from the 12 year high it had hit a month earlier.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) decreased 0.5%, to close at 24,180.64. However, the S&P 500 Index (INX) fell 0.4% to close at 2,629.57. The tech-laden Nasdaq Composite Index (IXIC) closed at 6,762.21, losing 0.2%. Decliners outnumbered advancers on the NYSE by a 1.27-to-1 ratio. On Nasdaq, a 1.24-to-1 ratio favored declining issues. The CBOE VIX decreased 0.9% to close at 11.58.

Investors Assess Changes Made to Tax Bill

Early Saturday, U.S. Senate Republicans passed the much awaited tax...


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Read more: Stock Market News For Dec 6, 2017 - Yahoo Finance

Stock Market News For Dec 6, 2017 - Yahoo Finance

Markets closed lower on Tuesday after investors speculated over the possible effects of retaining the alternate minimum tax in the final tax Bill. Moreover, the S&P 500 posted its third straight day of losses. The Dow and the Nasdaq also ended in the red after suffering broad based losses. Meanwhile, the ISM Service Index for November declined from the 12 year high it had hit a month earlier.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) decreased 0.5%, to close at 24,180.64. However, the S&P 500 Index (INX) fell 0.4% to close at 2,629.57. The tech-laden Nasdaq Composite Index (IXIC) closed at 6,762.21, losing 0.2%. Decliners outnumbered advancers on the NYSE by a 1.27-to-1 ratio. On Nasdaq, a 1.24-to-1 ratio favored declining issues. The CBOE VIX decreased 0.9% to close at 11.58.

Investors Assess Changes Made to Tax Bill

Early Saturday, U.S. Senate Republicans passed the much awaited tax...


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Read more: Stock Market News For Dec 6, 2017 - Yahoo Finance

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