BC-Money & Markets Digest
Money & Markets modules for Tuesday, May 7
The Federal Reserve delivers its March snapshot of U.S. consumer borrowing trends. The Labor Department issues its latest monthly survey of job openings. Video game publisher Electronic Arts reports quarterly results.
Wynn Resorts, which is especially reliant on China, sank following President Trump’s threats to raise tariffs on that country.
Amazon’s third-party boon
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos used his annual letter to shareholders this year to share some news: 58% of the items bought on Amazon last year were sold by so-called third-party sellers. It’s the first time those numbers have been shared.
Anadarko Petroleum (APC)
Affiliated Managers (AMG)
Edison International (EIX)
Bausch Health Companies (BHC)
PetMed Express (PETS)
Sinclair Broadcast Group (SBGI)
Columbia Small Cap Value II (COVAX)
This fund recently reopened to new investors after being closed since May 2008. It’s got a “seasoned team” and a “disciplined approach,” Morningstar says.
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