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CNBC Daily Open: S&P retreats, yen surges, Tesla sinks
  + stars: | 2024-07-12 | by ( Abid Ali | )   time to read: +3 min
This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. The declines follow the lowest consumer price index in over three years. The yield on the 10-year Treasury fell, while U.S. oil prices rose on hopes of a rate cut. The Fed is "one step closer to a September rate cut," said Chris Larkin, managing director of trading and investing at E-Trade.
Persons: Jesse Pound, Chris Larkin, Kit Juckes, Elon Musk, Jamie Dimon's Organizations: CNBC, Nasdaq, Big Tech, Nvidia, Meta, Dow Jones, Treasury, U.S, Societe Generale, Delta Air Lines, Paris, Bloomberg, JPMorgan Locations: U.S
Why the Fed is stressed about presidential elections
  + stars: | 2024-07-10 | by ( Nicole Goodkind | )   time to read: +9 min
New York CNN —Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell sent investors mixed messages on Tuesday during his semiannual testimony to Congress. Powell is stressed about the election: Powell was asked by multiple senators about White House politics, which he dodged. While the Fed head noted that policy decisions are data dependent, “elevated inflation is not the only risk we face,” he said. The September Fed meeting will be “live”: Powell noted multiple times that every Fed policy decision is made “live” using the latest available economic data – in other words, decisions aren’t made in advance. About 75% of investors think the Fed will cut rates, and about 25% think they’ll remain the same.
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Mokopane, South Africa AP —Researchers in South Africa have injected radioactive material into the horns of 20 rhinos as part of a research project aimed at reducing poaching. This week, researchers at the University of the Witwatersrand ‘s Radiation and Health Physics Unit in South Africa injected 20 live rhinos with these isotopes. It now stands at around 27,000 due to continued demand for rhino horns on the black market. South Africa has the largest population of rhinos, an estimated 16,000, making it a hotspot with more than 500 rhinos killed every year. Denis Farrell/APThe country experienced a significant decline in rhino poaching around 2020 at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, but the numbers increased when virus lockdown restrictions were eased.
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Inflation rose about as expected in April, with markets on edge over when interest rates might start coming down, according to a measure released Friday that is followed closely by the Federal Reserve. Including the volatile food and energy category, PCE inflation was at 2.7% on an annual basis and 0.3% from a month ago. Goods prices rose 0.2% while services saw a 0.3% increase, continuing a normalization trend for an economy in which services and consumption provide much of the fuel. Personal income increased 0.3% on the month, matching the estimate, while spending rose just 0.2%, below the 0.4% estimate and off March's downwardly revised 0.7%. "The PCE Price Index didn't show much progress on inflation, but it didn't show any backsliding, either.
Persons: Dow Jones, Dan North, Jerome, Powell, I'm, Chris Larkin, Morgan Stanley, John Williams Organizations: Federal Reserve, Commerce Department, Labor Department, The Commerce Department, North America, Allianz Trade, Treasury, New York Fed
Fed officials aren’t easing Wall Street’s nerves
  + stars: | 2024-05-22 | by ( Bryan Mena | )   time to read: +4 min
Optimism spurred by the latest inflation data pushed all three major stock indexes to new record highs. But now Wall Street, eager for rate cuts, is on edge again. But some financial leaders remain doubtful that the Fed is feeling confident enough to cut rates soon. “I think we’re set up for stickier inflation.”Some Fed officials say another rate hike isn’t likelyFed officials have mostly sounded a little more optimistic about inflation recently, after the Consumer Price Index for April finally provided some welcome news. Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester told Bloomberg on Monday that she also thinks interest rates are high enough to deal with inflation.
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Wholesale prices rose 0.5% in April, more than expected
  + stars: | 2024-05-14 | by ( Jeff Cox | )   time to read: +3 min
Wholesale prices jumped more than expected in April, putting up another potential roadblock to interest rate cuts anytime soon. Stripping out volatile food and energy prices, core PPI also increased 0.5% compared to the 0.2% Dow Jones estimate. On a year-over-year basis, wholesale inflation rose 2.2%, also the highest in a year. Core PPI inflation was at 2.4%, the biggest annual move since August 2023. Services prices boosted the wholesale inflation reading, rising 0.6% and accounting for about three-quarters of the headline gain, while the final demand goods index increased 0.4%.
Persons: Dow Jones, Chris Larkin, Morgan Stanley Organizations: Labor Department's Bureau of Labor Statistics, PPI, Reuters . Stock, BLS, Federal Reserve, Commerce, York
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange during afternoon trading on April 9, 2024. Stock futures fell sharply Thursday after the latest U.S. economic data showed a sharp slowdown in growth and pointed to persistent inflation. Futures tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 419 points or 1.1%. Along with the downbeat growth rate for the quarter, the report showed consumer prices increased at a 3.4% pace, well above the previous quarter's 1.8% advance. Following the GDP print, traders moved down expectations for an easing of Federal Reserve monetary policy.
Persons: Dow Jones, Chris Larkin, Morgan Stanley Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Stock, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Treasury, Dow, Federal Reserve, Federal, Traders
Economists polled by Dow Jones forecast GDP growth would come in at 2.4%. Tech tumbleThe lackluster GDP added further pressure to an already-tense market contending with concerns over a pullback in growth among technology earnings. "This report was the worst of both worlds: economic growth is slowing and inflationary pressures are persisting," wrote Chris Zaccarelli, investment chief at Independent Advisor Alliance. Investors are hoping the PCE report, which is the Fed's preferred measure of inflation, will show an improvement in pricing pressures after the March consumer inflation report came in hotter than expected. — Brian Evans8:58 a.m.: 10-year Treasury yield jumps to highest level since NovemberThe 10-year Treasury yield broke above 4.7% following the GDP report, hitting its highest level since November.
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The Nasdaq tumbled 2.1% on Friday as tech stocks plunged, marking its worst day since January 31. “US earnings updates this week will be key to see if they can keep topping expectations and buoying risk appetite in a higher-for-longer interest rate environment.”Tesla, Facebook-parent Meta, IBM, Microsoft and Alphabet all report first quarter earnings later this week. “Big Tech earnings may determine whether the stock market avoids its first four-week losing streak in two years,” wrote Chris Larkin, managing director of trading and investing at E*TRADE from Morgan Stanley on Monday. About 15% of S&P 500 companies have reported first quarter earnings, and nearly three-quarters of those companies have posted a positive earnings-per-share surprise. But investors are nervously waiting for the Magnificent Seven, those massive Tech stocks that carry an outsized portion of market weight, to report.
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A judge on Monday declared a mistrial in the case of an Arizona rancher who was accused of murdering an unarmed migrant on his property after he crossed the U.S.-Mexico border last year, in a case that inflamed people on both sides of the national debate over immigration. The mistrial was declared after jurors were unable to reach a unanimous verdict during deliberations that began on Thursday. The judge scheduled a hearing for April 29, according to the Arizona Superior Court in Santa Cruz County. Calls on Monday evening to prosecutors and to Brenna Larkin, a lawyer for Mr. Kelly, were not immediately returned. Gabriel Cuen-Buitimea was among a group of undocumented migrants who were crossing the high desert in Kino Springs, Ariz., near the border with Mexico on Jan. 30, 2023, when they spotted a Border Patrol vehicle and scattered, according to the authorities.
Persons: Brenna Larkin, Kelly, Gabriel Cuen, Buitimea Organizations: Arizona Superior Court, Patrol Locations: Arizona, Mexico, Santa Cruz County, Kino Springs, Ariz
TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares mostly rose Wednesday, encouraged by a record rally on Wall Street that was led by technology companies. Speculation is rife that Japan's central bank is getting ready to end its super-easy monetary policy, which has set interest rates below zero, and start raising rates. Photos You Should See View All 60 ImagesOn Wall Street, the S&P 500 jumped 1.1% to top its all-time high set last week. The worse-than-expected data kept the door closed for long-sought cuts to interest rates at the Federal Reserve meeting next week. On Wall Street, big technology stocks did heavy lifting.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — New Jersey came to the West Coast to kick off Grammy Awards weekend, with native sons Jon Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen teaming up. Bon Jovi hailed Springsteen as “my hero, my friend, my mentor” to a crowd of 2,000 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Instead of performing at the end of the evening as is traditional for the honoree, Bon Jovi got the nearly three-hour show going. Comedian Jim Gaffigan hosted and relentlessly mocked Bon Jovi for his big hair and penchant for wearing short-shorts in the 1980s. “Livin' On a Prayer” became an all-star finale, with Bon Jovi joined onstage by the other performers for a singalong.
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Stevie Wonder already had two songs reach No. Stevie Wonder taught himself how to play three different instruments. AP and Willy Sanjuan/Invision/APStevland Hardaway Judkins, known as Stevie Wonder, was born in 1950 in Michigan with an eye disorder that left him blind. While in his 20s, Wonder released a few albums, including "Talking Book," which featured songs like "You Are the Sunshine of My Life" and "Superstition," both of which hit No. At age 23, he was in a near-fatal car accident that left him in a coma for a few days.
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A six-floor duplex home in San Francisco had its price slashed by $10 million in just three years. It was bought for $20 million in 2020, but then sold for only half that value in November. Home values in San Francisco have been sinking in the last year after reaching a peak in April 2022. AdvertisementA 10,000-square-foot duplex apartment in San Francisco was just sold for only half of its $20 million value from three years ago, as the city's housing market suffers a recent slump. Home prices have been slashed across the US over the last year, but San Francisco is often a poster child for the decline because property there is notoriously expensive.
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Khazar Momeni was arrested and charged with driving under the influence on Monday, SFPD said. Her brother is Nima Momeni, the tech consultant charged in murdering Cash App creator Bob Lee. Khazar Momeni, also known as Khazar Elyassnia, did not immediately respond to a request for comment sent to her husband. According to court records, Nima Momeni had confronted Lee about his sister prior to the stabbing. Friends of Lee later told The Wall Street Journal that he was having an affair with Khazar Momeni.
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NHL roundup: Lightning's Andrei Vasilevskiy wins season debut
  + stars: | 2023-11-25 | by ( )   time to read: +12 min
Jake DeBrusk and Danton Heinen scored for Boston, which had gained points in seven straight games since a 5-4 loss in Detroit on Nov. 4. Kiefer Sherwood had a goal and two assists for the Predators, who won their fourth straight game. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scored one goal and added two assists, while Evander Kane and Evan Bouchard also scored for the Oilers. Johnathan Kovacevic also scored and Cayden Primeau made 31 saves for Montreal, which won its second straight road game. Kirill Kaprizov had a goal and an assist and Joel Eriksson Ek also scored for Minnesota, which lost its sixth straight game.
Persons: Andrei Vasilevskiy, James Guillory, Nikita Kucherov, Steven Stamkos, Brandon Hagel, Luke Glendening, Hagel, Stefan Noesen, Michael Bunting, Antti Raanta, Vasilevskiy hadn't, Conn Smythe, Kevin Korchinski, Connor Bedard's, Ilya Samsonov, Korchinski, Jason Dickinson, Arvid Soderblom, Nicholas Robertson, Calle Jarnkrok, Ryan Reaves, Max Domi, Alex DeBrincat, Compher, Robby Fabbri, Dylan Larkin, David Perron, Shayne Gostisbehere, Ville Husso, Jake DeBrusk, Danton Heinen, David Pastrnak, Jeremy Swayman, Mika Zibanejad, Chris Kreider, Zibanejad, Kreider, Igor Shesterkin, Sean Couturier, Luke Evangelista, Filip Forsberg, Louis, Kiefer Sherwood, Ryan O'Reilly, Yakov Trenin, Spencer Stastney, Alexandre Carrier, Kevin Lankinen, Pavel Buchnevich, Robert Thomas, Jake Neighbours, Kevin Fiala, Cam Talbot, Anze Kopitar, Arthur Kaliyev, Quinton Byfield, Adrian Kempe, Trevor Moore, Drew Doughty, Kopitar, Marcel Dionne, Radko Gudas, Alex Killorn, John Gibson, Elvis Merzlikins, Merzlikins, Jack Hughes, Jesper Bratt, Eric Robinson, Boone Jenner, Alexander Holtz, Akira Schmid, Leon Draisaitl, Connor McDavid, Stuart Skinner, Ryan Nugent, Hopkins, Evander Kane, Evan Bouchard, Zach Hyman, Charlie Lindgren, Cole Caufield, Jesse Ylonen, Johnathan Kovacevic, Cayden Primeau, William Eklund, Tomas Hertl, Mike Hoffman, Mackenzie Blackwood, Eklund, Nick Suzuki, Hoffman, Ylonen, Blackwood, Connor Hellebuyck, Nino Niederreiter, Nikolaj Ehlers, Adam Lowry, Hellebuyck, Sergei Bobrovsky, Aleksander Barkov, Blake Coleman, Elias Lindholm, Yegor Sharagovich, A.J, Greer, Adam Ruzicka, Calgary's Mikael Backlund, Nazem Kadri, Andrew Mangiapane, Jacob Markstrom, Wyatt Johnston, Jason Robertson, Joe Pavelski, Jamie Benn, Evgenii, Jake Oettinger, Kurtis MacDermid's, Ross Colton, Valeri Nichushkin, Alexandar Georgiev, Kirill Kaprizov, Joel Eriksson Ek, Filip Gustavsson, Alex Tuch, Jeff Skinner, Tuch, Kyle Okposo, Victor Olofsson, Ukko, Pekka Luukkonen, Sidney Crosby, Lars Eller, Alex Nedeljkovic, Mathew Barzal, Anders Lee, Kyle Palmieri, Oliver Wahlstrom, Simon Holmstrom, Alexander Romanov, Brock Nelson, Semyon Varlamov, Drake Batherson, Tim Stutzle, Mathieu Joseph, Anton Forsberg, Sam Lafferty, Thatcher Demko, Teddy Blueger, Dakota Joshua, Nils Hoglander, Ilya Mikheyev, Nils Aman, Conor Garland, Tye Kartye, Joey Daccord Organizations: Tampa Bay, Carolina Hurricanes, PNC Arena, Tampa Bay Lightning, Tampa, Hurricanes, NHL, Blackhawks, Maple Leafs, Chicago, Toronto, Red Wings, Bruins, Detroit, Boston, Rangers, Flyers, Philadelphia, Metropolitan Division, Blues, Nashville, St, Predators, Ducks, Los, Anaheim, The Buffalo Sabres, Kings, Blue Jackets, Devils, Oilers, Capitals, Edmonton, Washington, Canadiens, Montreal, San, Jets, Panthers, Winnipeg, The Jets, Vezina, Florida, Flames, Calgary, Dallas, Stars, Avalanche, Colorado, Minnesota, Penguins, Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Sabres, Islanders, Senators, Ottawa, Canucks, Vancouver, Seattle, Thomson Locations: Raleigh , North Carolina, USA, Raleigh, N.C, Tampa Bay, Toronto, Detroit, New York, Los Angeles, Columbus, Newark , N.J, Jose, San Jose, Winnipeg, Sunrise, Fla, Florida, Saint Paul, Dakota
Cole Caufield lifts Canadiens past Red Wings in OT
  + stars: | 2023-11-10 | by ( Field Level Media | )   time to read: +2 min
[1/36] Nov 9, 2023; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Montreal Canadiens defenseman Mike Matheson (8) is congratulated by teammates after scoring in the first period against the Detroit Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports Acquire Licensing RightsNovember 10 - Cole Caufield scored with 44 seconds remaining in overtime to give the visiting Montreal Canadiens a 3-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday night. Christian Fischer scored his first goal of the season for the Red Wings. Montreal converted on 2 of 5 power play chances while the Red Wings came up empty on four power plays. Detroit knotted the score with 3:16 left in the period when the puck deflected off Fischer's body and past Primeau.
Persons: Mike Matheson, Rick Osentoski, Cole Caufield, Nick Suzuki, Matheson, Cayden Primeau, Christian Fischer, Compher, James Reimer, Reimer, Caufield, Alex Newhook, Michael Rasmussen, Ben Chiarot, Dylan Larkin, Suzuki, Sean Monahan, Primeau Organizations: Montreal Canadiens, Detroit Red Wings, Little Caesars Arena, Canadiens, Red Wings, Montreal, Detroit, Wings, Thomson Locations: Detroit , Michigan, USA, Detroit
[1/29] Oct 24, 2023; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Detroit Red Wings left wing J.T. Compher (37) and Seattle Kraken center Alex Wennberg (21) collide along the boards in the first period at Little Caesars Arena. Mandatory Credit: Lon Horwedel-USA TODAY Sports Acquire Licensing RightsOctober 25 - Jordan Eberle scored the game-winning goal with 4.9 seconds remaining in overtime to lift the Seattle Kraken to a 5-4 win over the host Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday. Eberle took a pass in front of the Detroit goal from Jared McCann and one-timed a shot into a half-open net. Seattle held a 3-1 lead after two periods, but the Red Wings scored three power-play goals in the third to take a 4-3 lead.
Persons: Alex Wennberg, Lon Horwedel, Jordan Eberle, Eberle, Jared McCann, Jaden Schwartz, Dylan Larkin, Shayne Gostisbehere, Joey Daccord, Larkin, Alex DeBrincat, Daccord, McCann, Ville, Joe Veleno, Schwartz, Tye Kartye Organizations: Detroit Red Wings, Seattle, Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, Red Wings, Wings, Thomson Locations: Detroit , Michigan, USA, Detroit, Seattle
NHL roundup: Knights extend franchise-record perfect start
  + stars: | 2023-10-25 | by ( )   time to read: +10 min
Paul Cotter and Ivan Barbashev also scored goals, Jack Eichel had two assists and Logan Thompson finished with 26 saves for the Golden Knights. Pheonix Copley made 24 saves in his second start as the Kings won for the third time in four games. Ryan Johansen scored twice, Rantanen had a goal and three assists and Cale Makar added a goal and two assists. Zemgus Girgensons added a goal for Buffalo, and Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen made 34 saves in his first start of the season. Blake Coleman scored for the Flames, who have lost three straight games.
Persons: Shea Theodore, Brayden McNabb, Stephen R, Paul Cotter, Ivan Barbashev, Jack Eichel, Logan Thompson, Noah Cates, Cam Atkinson, Carter Hart, Jeremy Swayman, Pavel Zacha, Matthew Poitras, Trent Frederic, Petr Mrazek, Kopitar, Trevor Lewis, Trevor Moore, Blake Lizotte, Kevin Fiala, Adrian Kempe, Pheonix Copley, Jack McBain, Nick Bjugstad, Clayton Keller, Phillip Di Giuseppe, Nils Hoglander, Thatcher Demko, Ilya Mikheyev, Colton Sissons, Kiefer Sherwood, Jordan Eberle, Eberle, Jared McCann, Jaden Schwartz, Tye Kartye, McCann, Dylan Larkin, Joe Veleno, Shayne Gostisbehere, Alex DeBrincat, Nathan Mackinnon, Bowen Byram, Mikko Rantanen, Ryan Johansen, Rantanen, Cale Makar, Ross Colton, Alexandar Georgiev, Cal Clutterbuck, Simon Holmstrom, Kyle Palmieri, Anders Lee, Noah Dobson, Jean, Gabriel Pageau, Ilya Sorokin, Anthony Stolarz, Carter Verhaeghe, Sam Reinhart, Kevin Stenlund, Fabian Zetterlund, Mackenzie, Jonas Johansson, Johansson, Alex Barre, Boulet, Nick Paul, Nikita Kucherov, Tage Thompson, Jeff Skinner, Alex Tuch, Casey Mittelstadt, Zemgus Girgensons, Pekka Luukkonen, Mathieu Joseph, Vladimir Tarasenko, Ottawa's Jakob Chychrun, Josh Norris, Anton Forsberg, Joonas Korpisalo, Ryan Hartman, Mats Zuccarello, Joel Eriksson Ek, Jake Middleton, Kirill Kaprizov, Filip Gustavsson, Warren Foegele, Evan Bouchard, Evander Kane, Jack Campbell, Connor McDavid, Morgan Rielly, Auston Matthews, John Tavares, William Nylander, Joseph Woll, Alex Ovechkin, Darcy Kuemper, Frank Vatrano, Anaheim's Ryan Strome, Brett Leason, Lukas Dostal, Adam Fantilli, Emil Bemstrom's, Jack Roslovic, Fantilli, Dostal, Jack Hughes, Tyler Toffoli's, Hughes, Jose's Patrick Marleau, Joe Thornton, Edmonton's Connor McDavid, Justin Barron, Mike Matheson, Cayden Primeau, Connor Hellebuyck, Louis, Kyle Connor, Mason Appleton, David Gustafsson, Morgan Barron, Pavel Buchnevich, Robert Thomas, Jordan Binnington, Erik Gustafsson, Igor Shesterkin, Alexis Lafreniere, Chris Kreider, Filip Chytil, Shesterkin, Blake Coleman, Jacob Markstrom, Jason Robertson, Thomas Harley, Evgenii Dadonov, Wyatt Johnston, Jake Oettinger, Bryan Rust, Alex Nedeljkovic Organizations: Vegas Golden Knights, Philadelphia Flyers, Mobile, NHL, Stanley, Golden Knights, Philadelphia, Bruins, Blackhawks, Chicago, Coyotes, Los Angeles, Los, Kings, Canucks, Predators, Vancouver, Nashville, Red Wings, Seattle, Detroit, Wings, Avalanche, Islanders, New, Cal, Panthers, Sharks, Hurricanes, Tampa Bay, Senators, Buffalo, Ottawa, Sabres, Oilers, Edmonton, Maple Leafs, Capitals, Toronto, Washington, Ducks, Blue Jackets, Columbus, Nationwide, . Blue Jackets, Canadiens, New Jersey, Montreal, New Jersey's, Jets, Blues, Winnipeg, St, Rangers, Flames, Penguins, Thomson Locations: Las Vegas , Nevada, USA, Las Vegas, Vegas, Boston, Arizona, Los Angeles, Colorado, New York, Florida, San Jose, Sunrise, Fla, Mackenzie Blackwood, Carolina, Minnesota, Anaheim, New, Calgary, Dallas, Pittsburgh
NHL roundup: Knights' season-opening surge makes history
  + stars: | 2023-10-22 | by ( )   time to read: +10 min
Vegas stretched its season-opening winning streak to six games, the longest by a defending Stanley Cup champion in league history. Justin Schultz scored for Seattle, which has tallied more than one goal only once in six games this season to drop to 1-4-1. Maple Leafs 4, Lightning 3 (OT)John Tavares scored the game-winning goal in overtime as Toronto rallied past host Tampa Bay. Predators 5, Sharks 1Tommy Novak scored two goals and Juuse Saros made 31 saves to propel host Nashville past San Jose. Marchand scored goals in the second and third periods after recording an assist.
Persons: Nicolas Roy, Laurent Brossoit, James Carey Lauder, Marc Stone, Paul Cotter, Vegas, Cotter, Michael Amadio, Connor Bedard, Artturi Lehkonen, Logan O'Connor, Nathan MacKinnon, Ryan Johansen, Mikko Rantanen, Fredrik Olofsson, Alexandar Georgiev, Jesperi, Jaccob Slavin, Brent Burns, Michael Bunting, Stefan Noesen, Pyotr Kochetkov, Jonathan Quick, Artemi Panarin, Kaapo Kakko, Alexis Lafreniere, Filip Chytil, K'Andre Miller, Justin Schultz, Philipp Grubauer, Joe Veleno, Dylan Larkin, Shayne Gostisbehere, David Perron, Ville Husso, Jake Sanderson, Ridly Greig, Joonas Korpisalo, Karel Vejmelka, Jason Zucker, Clayton Keller, Frank Vatrano, Lukas Dostal, Jeff Skinner, Mattias Samuelsson, Dylan Cozens, Eric Comrie, Comrie, Semyon Varlamov, Cole Caufield, Caufield, Nick Suzuki, Darcy Kuemper, Sean Monahan, Brendan Gallagher, Dylan Strome, Kuemper, Andrei Kuzmenko, Elias Pettersson, Quinn Hughes, Carson Soucy, Brock Boeser, . Miller, Casey DeSmith, Sam Reinhart, Aleksander Barkov, Sergei Bobrovsky, John Tavares, Tavares, William Nylander, Nikita Kucherov, Alex Barre, Boulet, Adam Fantilli, Jack Roslovic, Minn, Justin Danforth, Kent Johnson, Boone Jenner, Elvis Merzlikins, Dakota Mermis, Marcus Johansson, Mats Zuccarello, Jonas Brodin, Joel Eriksson Ek, Pat Maroon, Filip Gustavsson, Joe Pavelski, Wyatt Johnston, Jamie Benn, Roope Hintz, Tyler Sequin, Scott Wedgewood, Travis Konecny, Sean Walker, Joel Farabee, Noah Cates, Samuel Ersson, Tommy Novak, Nashville's Kiefer Sherwood, Luke Evangelista, Samuel Fagemo, Tomas Hertl, Mackenzie Blackwood, Brandon Saad, Louis, Jake Neighbours, Colton Parayko, Kasperi Kapanen, Robert Thomas, Jordan Binnington, Evgeni Malkin, Radim Zohorna, Tristan Jarry, Saad, Mark Scheifele, Connor Hellebuyck, Josh Morrissey's, Stuart Skinner's, Darnell Nurse, Evan Bouchard, Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl, didn't, Brad Marchand, David Pastrnak, Marchand, Pastrnak, Morgan Geekie, Derek Forbort, Jeremy Swayman, Alex Laferriere, Carl Grundstrom, Cam Talbot, Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown Organizations: Vegas Golden Knights, Winnipeg Jets, Canada Life, USA, Chicago Blackhawks, Stanley, Edmonton Oilers, Ottawa Senators, Golden Knights, Chicago, United, Blackhawks, Avalanche, Hurricanes, Colorado, Carolina, Rangers, Seattle, Red Wings, Senators, Ottawa, Detroit, Coyotes, Ducks, Arizona, Anaheim, Islanders, Buffalo, Sabres, New Jersey Devils, Canadiens, Capitals, Montreal, Washington, Canucks, Panthers, Florida, Maple Leafs, Toronto, Tampa Bay, Leafs, Brayden, Blue Jackets, NHL, Dakota, Flyers, Dallas, Philadelphia, Sharks, Nashville, Penguins, Pittsburgh, Blues, Jets, Oilers, Winnipeg, Edmonton, McDavid, Scheifele, Bruins, Thomson Locations: Winnipeg , Manitoba, Vegas, Denver, Colorado, New York, Detroit, Tempe, Ariz, Vancouver, Florida, Sunrise, Fla, Tampa, Columbus, Minnesota, Saint Paul, San Jose, Pittsburgh, Scheifele, Boston, Los Angeles
October 15 - Alex DeBrincat has delivered a much-needed scoring punch in his first two games with the Detroit Red Wings. He'll look to score for a third consecutive game when the Red Wings travel to Columbus, Ohio, to face the Blue Jackets on Monday night. A Michigan native, DeBrincat supplied two goals and an assist in Detroit's 6-4 victory over Tampa Bay on Saturday. With the Red Wings, DeBrincat is skating on the first line with center and team captain Dylan Larkin. The Red Wings took two of three games against the Blue Jackets last season.
Persons: Alex DeBrincat, DeBrincat, Dylan Larkin, Larkin, Lucas Raymond, Derek Lalonde, Lalonde, Columbus, Boone Jenner, Pascal Vincent, Vincent, Jenner Organizations: Detroit Red Wings, Ottawa, Red Wings, Blue Jackets, Tampa, Senators, Chicago, New, Philadelphia, New York Rangers, Wings, Thomson Locations: Columbus , Ohio, Michigan, Tampa Bay, New Jersey
/ Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports Acquire Licensing RightsOctober 15 - Auston Matthews scored three goals for the second straight game and the Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the visiting Minnesota Wild 7-4 on Saturday night. William Nylander added two goals and an assist for the Maple Leafs, who have won their first two games of the season. Senators 5, Flyers 2Jakob Chychrun had two goals and one assist, Brady Tkachuk scored twice and host Ottawa defeated Philadelphia. Jenner got his second career hat trick by scoring three times in a span bridging the first and second periods. 1 overall pick by Chicago in the 2023 NHL Draft, assisted on Johnson's second goal, giving him a goal and two assists in his first three NHL games.
Persons: Auston Matthews, Tyler Bertuzzi, Dan Hamilton, William Nylander, Calle Jarnkrok, Mitchell Marner, Morgan Rielly, John Tavares, Ryan Hartman, Matt Boldy, Marco Rossi, Brandon Duhaime, Ilya Samsonov, Filip Gustavsson, Jakob Chychrun, Brady Tkachuk, Jake Sanderson, Vladimir Tarasenko, Claude Giroux, Anton Forsberg, Travis Konecny, Cam York, Carter Hart ., Chandler Stephenson, Hill, Greg Cronin's, Jack Eichel, Shea Theodore, Jonas Rondbjerg, Mason McTavish, John Gibson, Cronin, Dallas Eakins, Gibson, Kyle Connor, Mark Scheifele, Mason Appleton, Jets netminder Connor Hellebuyck, Winnipeg's, Evan Rodrigues, Sam Reinhart, Sergei Bobrovsky, James van Riemsdyk's, Nashville . van Riemsdyk, Charlie McAvoy's, David Pastrnak, Brad Marchand, Boone Jenner, Jenner, Erik Gustafsson, Will Cuylle, Chris Kreider, Filip Chytil, Mika Zibanejad, Alex DeBrincat, Compher, Moritz Seider, DeBrincat, Dylan Larkin, Steven Stamkos, Victor Hedman, Sean Monahan, Cole Caufield, Tanner Pearson, Sam Montembeault, Tyler Johnson, Petr Mrazek, Connor Bedard, Bryan Rust, Jake Guentzel, Evgeni Malkin, Reilly Smith, Kris Letang, Matt Coronato, Jonathan Huberdeau, Jacob Markstrom, Nils Hoglander, Sam Lafferty, Casey DeSmith, Andrei Kuzmenko, Jack Studnicka, Elias Pettersson, backstop, Ryan Nugent, Hopkins, Leon Draisaitl, Connor McDavid, Stuart Skinner, Jordan Binnington, Louis, Jordan Kyrou, Robert Thomas, Binnington, Vince Dunn's, Adam Larsson, Jaden Schwartz, Joey Daccord, Casey Cizikas, Brock Nelson, Kyle Palmieri, Ilya Sorokin, Jordan Greenway, Casey Mittelstadt, Devon Levi, Jordan Martinook, Brent Burns, Aho, Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Brendan Lemieux, Teuvo Teravainen, Anze Kopitar, Drew Doughty, Moore, Vladislav Gavrikov, Kevin Fiala, Cale Makar, Mikko Rantanen, Alexandar Georgiev, Mackenzie Blackwood, Thomas Bordeleau Organizations: CAN, Toronto Maple Leafs, Minnesota Wild, Scotiabank Arena, Maple Leafs, Toronto, Minnesota, Senators, Flyers, Ottawa, Philadelphia, Carter Hart . Golden Knights, Ducks, Greg Cronin's NHL, Anaheim, Vegas, Golden Knights, Jets, Panthers, Winnipeg, Florida, Bruins, Boston, Nashville ., Blue Jackets, Rangers, Columbus, Boston Bruins, Wings, Detroit, Tampa, Red Wings, Lightning, Canadiens, Blackhawks, Montreal, Chicago, NHL, Penguins, Flames, Pittsburgh, Calgary, Canucks, Oilers, Seattle, Blues, Islanders, Sabres, New, Hurricanes, Carolina, Los Angeles Kings, Kings, Los, Avalanche, Sharks, Colorado, San Jose, San, Thomson Locations: Toronto , Ontario, Las Vegas, Florida, New York, York, Tampa Bay, Calgary, Vancouver, Elmont, squandering, Los Angeles, San, San Jose
TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares mostly sank Tuesday over worries about a possible U.S. government shutdown and the troubled Chinese economy. Political Cartoons View All 1179 ImagesRealization is sinking in that the Federal Reserve will likely keep interest rates high well into next year. Higher yields are at the head of a long line of concerns weighing on Wall Street. On Wall Street, Amazon rose 1.7% and was the strongest single force pushing up on the S&P 500. Also on the losing end of Wall Street were stocks of travel-related companies, which slumped under the weight of worries about higher fuel costs.
Persons: Australia's, Korea's Kospi, Evergrande, , Tina Teng, That’s, ” Goldman Sachs, David Kostin, what’s, haven’t, Chris Larkin, Morgan Stanley, Brent, Stan Choe Organizations: TOKYO, CMC, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Federal Reserve, Big Tech, Netflix, Walt Disney Co, Warner Brothers Discovery, Southwest Airlines, Norwegian Cruise, Exxon Mobil, ConocoPhillips, U.S, AP Locations: Hong, Shanghai, Canada, U.S, Anthropic, Norwegian, New York
In its six years of existence, Boxabl has captured the public's imagination with its innovative tiny homes and celebrity endorsements from the likes of Elon Musk and the musician Post Malone. Three former company employees, meanwhile, said they had been contacted and interviewed in recent weeks by the SEC to speak about Boxabl, including the company's business practices. In its recent financial statement, Boxabl noted that the remaining units "that were previously reserved for that project can now be sold for other projects." In its recent financial filing, Boxabl said it paid Firooznia $210,000 in 2022 for "consulting services." Leader Capital would have netted roughly $3.7 million in the deal, which it said fell apart because of the delay.
Persons: Boxabl, Elon Musk, Post Malone, cofounders, Paolo, Galiano Tiramani, Cory Jarvis, Dave Cherry, Travis Hess, Hess, Pronghorn, it's, Hamid Firooznia, Firooznia, Caroline Larkin, Paolo Tiramani, Larkin Organizations: Securities, Exchange, SEC, Arizona's Department of Housing, Staff, Pronghorn, Leader Locations: Salt Lake City , Utah, North Las Vegas, Guantánamo, Arizona, Arizona , California, Nevada, New York City, Portland , Oregon
“Backpage was viewed in law enforcement as the most cooperative site,” said Bruce Feder, the attorney for former executive vice-president Spear. But under Backpage CEO Carl Ferrer, the standards used to screen for potential prostitution ads were not clear, attorney David Eisenberg said. Prosecutors say Backpage’s operators ignored warnings to stop running prostitution ads, some involving children. Authorities say Backpage employees would aggregate more users by identifying prostitutes through Google searches, then call and offer them a free ad. Backpage’s operators said they never allowed ads for sex and used people and automated tools to try to delete such ads.
Persons: ,, Scott Spear, Andrew Padilla, Joye Vaught, “ Backpage, , Bruce Feder, Spear, ” Joy Bertrand, Vaught “, Vaught, Bertrand, ” Bertrand, Carl Ferrer, David Eisenberg, ” Eisenberg, , Michael Lacey, John Brunst, Lacey, James Larkin, Larkin, Ferrer, Backpage Organizations: PHOENIX, Phoenix . Defense, Phoenix New Times, Voice, Prosecutors, Authorities Locations: Phoenix, Dallas, Arizona, California
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