Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Oracle (ORCL) – Oracle beat estimates by 2 cents a share, with quarterly profit of 90 cents per share. The business software giant’s revenue fell short of Wall Street estimates and its current-quarter earnings outlook falls largely below Wall Street forecasts. Separately, Chairman Larry Ellison said
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer reveals a list of stocks that he thinks would be worth buying if the United States and China come to terms on a trade deal. The “Mad Money” host, however, goes on to let viewers know that he is still in favor of President Donald Trump adding more tariffs to Chinese imports
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Chartwell Estate Gitlin Properties Another record-breaker has hit the books in California. The Los Angeles estate known as Chartwell has reportedly sold to Lachlan Murdoch, son of News Corp CEO and executive chairman Rupert Murdoch, as the Wall Street Journal reported earlier today. Lachlan Murdoch is co-chairman of
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Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson waves as he leaves the Conservative Party headquarters in London on November 4, 2019. BEN STANSALL | AFP | Getty Images Brexit will finally “get done” now that U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party have won big at the elections, analysts said.  “This is done, Brexit is going to
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Upset mature couple ignoring each other. Close up of a worried senior man in tension at bed. Senior … [+] couple angry with each other after a fight. Getty Brilliant bond manager Jeffrey Gundlach—aka the “bond god”—has decreed that it’s time to sell “junk” bonds. And he’s gone as far as to say that one-third
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The skyline in the distance beyond Lake Washington and Interstate 90 crossing the lake shot from a … [+] helicopter at an altitude of about 400 feet. Getty If you’re deciding on where to buy a house, you shouldn’t just consider city and state. Important things like property taxes and school districts operate on a
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Harvey Weinstein leaves Manhattan Criminal Court, using a walker, following a hearing on December 11, 2019 in New York. Bryan R. Smith | AFP | Getty Images Lawyers for several women who claim fallen film producer Harvey Weinstein sexually abused them harshly criticized a proposed settlement of legal claims against The Weinstein Companies on Thursday, saying
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