BC-APFN-Money & Markets Digest
Money & Markets modules for Friday, Oct. 12
JPMorgan Chase reports third-quarter results. The University of Michigan issues its latest survey of U.S. consumer sentiment. Business software company Anaplan makes its stock market debut.
L Brands’ shares jumped after the parent company for Victoria’s Secret and other retail chains reported strong sales trends and announced plans to divest its La Senza business.
Facebook phones home
Facebook is launching its own smart-home device.
Such devices are in demand, but Facebook’s Portal debuts after months of growing mistrust in the social media service.
L Brands (LB)
Delta Air Lines (DAL)
Bank of America (BAC)
Kinder Morgan (KMI)
Crispr Therapeutics (CRSP)
BlackRock Long-Horizon Equity (MDEGX)
This fund’s “new and evolving” management team earns it a “Neutral” rating, Morningstar says. Its focused portfolio includes 25-30 stocks, which courts “considerable risk.”
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