Dow futures jumped on the first trading day of May after Wall Street turned in solid monthly gains for April.
Dow futures jumped 200 points on the first trading day of May after Wall Street turned in solid monthly gains for April.
For the millions of people who tuned into the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting on Saturday, careful viewers were rewarded with an unexpected bit of news.
U.S. stock futures started the new month moving sharply higher Monday, trying to put a dent in the late February decline.
The 90-year-old chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway is set to release his annual shareholder letter Saturday morning.
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"I don't think bitcoin is going to end up the medium of exchange for the world. It's too volatile to serve well as a medium of exchange," Munger said.
The 97-year-old investor said retail traders are enticed by brokers touting free trading.
For Warren Buffett, another year of Berkshire Hathaway billions in cash and no mega acquisition, but the billionaire did surprise with some new investing.
Investors are preparing for a variety of news in Berkshire Hathaway's second-quarter earnings report this weekend.
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Instead, it will be Greg Abel, Berkshire's vice chairman of non-insurance operations, taking previously submitted questions with Warren Buffett.
A possible reopening of parts of the economy boosted investor sentiment on Monday.
Berkshire's phone has not been ringing with executives asking for rescue capital amid the coronavirus outbreak, Charlie Munger told The Wall Street Journal.
Buffett cited the coronvirus spread for keeping shareholders out of the annual "Woodstock for Capitalists."
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We'll speak to Warren Buffett following the release of his annual shareholder letter, get earnings from Shake Shack and digest the results of the Nevada caucuses on Monday.