NEW YORK, Aug 14- Nasdaq Inc and a Wall Street watchdog will raise fees for private stock trading platforms, such as "dark pools," that report trade executions to a Nasdaq-run entity, in response to higher operational costs and off-exchange trading volumes, according to a recent regulatory filing. The fee increases, which kick in Sept. 1, could amount to more than $3.5...
Discussing the current state of the markets with Greg Sarian, Sarian Group at Hightower; Stephen Guilfoyle, “Real Money”; and CNBC’s Rick Santelli.
J.P. Morgan shares with its clients the firm’s best current stock picks in the U.S. pharmaceuticals sector.
Morgan Stanley raises its price target for Salesforce shares, predicting a large increase in its sales due to its MuleSoft deal.
Ringing today's opening bells are Milton Johnson, HCA Healthcare CEO, celebrating the company's 50th anniversary at the NYSE, and Ken Lamneck, Insight Enterprises CEO, commemorating 30 years in business at the Nasdaq.
Square's stock is poised for further upside now that cumulative downloads of its Square Cash app have surpassed those of Paypal's Venmo for the first time, according to Nomura Instinet.
Today's bell ringers are Milton Johnson, HCA Healthcare CEO, celebrating the company's 50th anniversary at the NYSE, and Ken Lamneck, Insight Enterprises CEO, commemorating 30 years in business at the Nasdaq.
Nvidia unveils its eighth-generation Turing graphics architecture at the SIGGRAPH conference in Vancouver.
Credit Suisse shares its favorite stock picks with its clients.
Discussing the current state of the markets with Michael Yoshikami, Destination Wealth Management; Jonathan Corpina, Meridian Equity Partners; and CNBC’s Rick Santelli.
Cowen reiterates its outperform rating for Nvidia's stock, predicting the chipmaker will report fiscal second-quarter profits above expectations.
Any move by Tesla to take the company private using overseas funds would likely need the support of CFIUS, the interagency committee tasked with reviewing the national security implications of foreign investments in U.S. companies.
Morgan Stanley believes Elon Musk could use his stake in SpaceX as collateral to help fund a buyout of Tesla.
Citron Research's Andrew Left says Twitter shares will go higher due to the company's initiatives to deliver "personalized content."
Sales at companies with significant emerging market exposure posted a notably weak financial quarter, according to Goldman Sachs, amid growing currency and equity concerns in Turkey as well as ongoing trade and tariff woes in China.
Piper Jaffray reaffirms its overweight rating for Amazon shares, citing the strength of its ad business as a big driver of the company's profitability.
Ringing today's opening bells are Connie Lau, president and CEO of Hawaiian Electric Industries, celebrating Hawaii's move to a 100-percent renewable future from NYSE, and David Scheinken, M.D., CEO of Agios Pharmaceuticals, at the Nasdaq.
Today's bell ringers are Connie Lau, president and CEO of Hawaiian Electric Industries, celebrating Hawaii's move to a 100-percent renewable future from NYSE, and David Scheinken, M.D., CEO of Agios Pharmaceuticals, at the NASDAQ.
Goldman Sachs says several clients are asking what will happen to the stock market if trade tensions ease and economic growth stays strong.
Executives and guests of HGTV Magazine shut down the trading day by ringing the closing bell at the Nasdaq MarketSite. HGTV Magazine is a joint-venture monthly publication between Hearst and Discovery Network.