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  • March 18- Lyft Inc on Monday kicked off the investor road show for its initial public offering, seeking to woo money managers before its bigger ride-hailing rival Uber Technologies Inc makes its stock market splash in April. However, the market rally of the last few years, coupled with the desire of some of these startups' insiders to cash out, is leading to many...

  • PARIS, March 11- Pan-European stock market operator Euronext on Monday extended its offer for Oslo Bors, while keeping the terms unchanged, as its battle with Nasdaq for the control of Norway's stock market operator escalates. Euronext extended its offer, which had been due to expire on March 11, until April 1 at 6 pm, Central European time. New York- based stock...

  • While the SEC has not launched a formal civil investigation, it is seeking information from the exchanges on the pricing system. SEC spokeswoman Judith Burns declined to comment. NYSE and Nasdaq declined to comment on the SEC probe into multi-tiered pricing.

  • March 4- Miami International Holdings Inc is preparing to launch its MIAX equities exchange toward the end of this year or in early 2020, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing Chief Executive Officer Thomas Gallagher. NYSE owner Intercontinental Exchange Inc, Nasdaq Inc and Cboe Global Markets Inc have faced criticism for surging fees for...

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    Since 1980, there have been nine other 9-week winning streaks, according to a CNBC analysis using Kensho. Historically, the index is up even more one full month later.

  • Former Nasdaq CEO on Lyft's IPO, SEC IPO rule change

    Bob Greifeld, former Nasdaq chairman and CEO, joins "Squawk Box" to give his perspective on Lyft's plan to go public in March, the new rule the SEC is considering and Elon Musk's use of Twitter.

  • Investors 'can afford to be cautiously optimistic,' according to the charts

    Jim Cramer calls on technician Rob Moreno to predict what could be next for stocks in 2019.

  • Cramer: Charts suggest investors 'can afford to be cautiously optimistic'

    Jim Cramer calls on technician Rob Moreno to predict what could be next for stocks in 2019.

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    Jim Cramer calls on technician Rob Moreno to predict what could be next for stocks in 2019.

  • MILAN/ LONDON, Feb 4- European shares were flat on Monday as the heavyweight banking sector fell further following poor results from Julius Baer and as optimism fueled by strong U.S. economic data faded. Banks were the biggest drag to the STOXX 600 with Julius Baer falling more than 4 percent after a tough end to 2018 caused the Swiss private bank to scale back...

  • Jan 30- Nasdaq Inc on Wednesday made a takeover bid for Norway's Oslo Bors, a move that could boost the transatlantic exchange operator's market services, technology and data segments, all of which Nasdaq said boosted fourth-quarter revenues. Nasdaq already owns all of the other major equity exchanges in the Nordic region- in Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Iceland,...

  • NEW YORK, Jan 29- Stock exchange operator IEX Group on Tuesday challenged rival bourses to better justify the fees they charge brokers for market data, especially compared to the "dramatic, and at times egregious" difference to what it actually costs to produce. Spokespeople for NYSE and Nasdaq pointed to higher transaction fees on IEX. "While IEX is free to cherry...

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    "I do think we're going into a recession, I think that next year is going to be a very rough year for markets and I can see another 10 to 15 to 20 percent, and a sell-off," said Todd Horwitz, chief strategist at investment advisor Bubba Trading.

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook

    The Nasdaq entered bear market territory Thursday briefly as Wall Street sold off pricey technology stocks.

  • Opening Bell, December 19, 2018

    Ringing today's opening bells are Bank of America & Bryant Park Corporation with Bank of America's NYC Market Executive Connie Verducci at the NYSE and Huntington Bancshares & Pelotonia with Chairman and CEO Stephen Steinour and Pelotonia President and CEO Doug Ulman at the Nasdaq.

  • Today's Bell Ringer, December 19, 2018

    Today's bell ringers are Bank of America & Bryant Park Corporation with Bank of America's NYC Market Executive Connie Verducci at the NYSE and Huntington Bancshares & Pelotonia with Chairman and CEO Stephen Steinour and Pelotonia President and CEO Doug Ulman at the Nasdaq.

  • Trade war hasn't slowed Chinese listings in US: Nasdaq

    Bob McCooey of Nasdaq says the pipeline of Chinese companies listing in the U.S. looks "stronger" in 2019 compared to 2017.

  • Dec 6- Moderna Inc will sell around $604.3 million in shares in its initial public offering, the biotech company said on Thursday, braving stock market jitters to sell more stock than originally planned. Moderna had originally planned to sell 21.7 million shares for between $22 and $24 per share. The pricing was a good test of the IPO market as it came following...

  • Dec 6- Moderna Inc is set to sell around $618 million in shares in its initial public offering on Thursday, a person familiar with the matter said, braving stock market jitters to sell more stock than originally planned. Moderna had originally planned to sell 21.7 million shares for between $22 and $24 per share. The pricing was a good test of the IPO market as it came...

  • President Donald Trump, U.S. President Donald Trump's national security adviser John Bolton, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin attend a working dinner with Chinese President Xi Jinping after the G20 leaders summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina December 1, 2018. 

    U.S. stocks rose on Monday after U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed to a 90-day ceasefire in the trade war that has weighed heavily on global stock markets for most of 2018.