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Two hedge funds said Friday they plan to ask TD Ameritrade to disclose documents relating to any merger discussions, renewing pressure on the company to combine with a competitor.
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The Dow closed within striking distance of a new record following another batch of strong earnings reports. "I think this market is acting great," said Todd Leone head of listed trading at Cowen & Company. "We've had a tremendous rally and we’re still making a number of new highs. It's really acting well."
Two major online brokerages are facing selling pressure Tuesday after reporting mixed earnings results. TD Ameritrade said second-quarter profit fell 18% from the year-ago period and warned full-year results would be lower than its previous forecast, hurt by reduced trading volume and weaker commissions. Charles Schwab, meanwhile, reported that its biggest asset growth in more than five years sparked a 12% profit gain.
If you were trying to access your online brokerage account during Tuesday’s market nosedive – or even earlier today -- you may have encountered some trouble.
Charles Schwab on Wednesday said it named Walt Bettinger II, who heads its investor services unit, as president and chief operating officer, making him a potential successor to the discount brokerage's namesake founder and CEO.
Charles Schwab, the San Francisco-based brokerage, said fourth quarter earnings more than doubled over the previous year.