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Weibo Corp. on Friday said it has set an initial public offering price range of between $17 and $19, according to regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Heavy selling in momentum stocks such as biotechs and Internet companies on Friday curtailed an early rally, sending the Nasdaq Composite to its worst day in two months.
Dot Com Dive: The Nasdaq Composite plummeted 2.5% Friday as a broad swath of technology stocks nose dived. Broader markets sustained heavy losses as well, although the S&P 500 closed the week out with gains.
First-quarter earnings season kicks off next week with several big banks reporting, and investors will be scouring the minutes from the Federal Reserve’s meeting last month.
Shares of Tesla Motors Inc. fell 5.6% in late trading, their worst percentage decline of the year.
Shares of E-Trade Financial Corporations [s:etfc] and Charles Schwab Corporation tumbled on Friday over concerns possible reduction of core revenue streams by regulators.
Oil futures climbed Friday, finding support after U.S. jobs data showed smaller-than-expected job creation for last month, but also revealed upward revisions to January and February figures.
Jittery investors continued to pour out of biotech holdings Friday, extending a sell-off that started more than a month ago over fears that the sector was getting overheated.
Silicon Valley may tighten its grip on the viewing device of your choice thanks to its eponymous show on HBO. But some market watchers are saying the drama may be a contrarian indicator and that the high tide for tech is about to ebb.
Gold futures closed higher on Friday to tally a weekly gain of 0.7% as the much-anticipated monthly report showed the U.S. created fewer jobs than expected last month.
Hoping to raise cash to renovate 100-year-old Wrigley Field, the Ricketts family is debating selling shares of the Chicago Cubs to minority shareholders.
Tech Tumble: The Nasdaq plunged nearly 3% in what could be the technology-heavy index's worst day since 2012. Meanwhile, broader barometers tumbled close to 1%.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. CEO Lloyd Blankfein pay jumped in 2013 to $19.9 million in total compensation, from $13.3 million in 2012, according to the Securities and Exchange Commission methodology, in a filing on Friday.
A firm was charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday with spoofing.
McDonald's announced on Friday it had closed its restaurants in Crimea, prompting fears of a backlash as a prominent Moscow politician called for all the U.S. fast food chain's outlets in Russia to be shut.
He’s threatening, prone to acts of aggression and strikes fear in his enemies… no, it’s not Vladimir Putin, I’m talking about Darth Vader. But if you think about it they do share some ominous similarities.
European stocks climbed to intraday highs Friday following a report that the European Central Bank is modeling 1 trillion euros of quantitative easing.
Shares of Five9 Inc, a cloud-based software provider for call centers, rose about 18 percent in its market debut, valuing the company at about $380 million.
The euro fell to an intraday low against the dollar Friday on a German news report that the European Central Bank had modeled quantitative easing.
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