Articles by: Miroslav Marinoff
Miroslav Marinoff, a news editor at Binary Tribune, is engaged with observing and reporting on the tendencies in the Foreign Exchange Market and the US Stock Market.

Qualcomm shares close higher on Thursday, the acquisition of NXP receives approval from EU antitrust regulators

January 19, 2018 10:55 am
Qualcomm shares close higher on Thursday, the acquisition of NXP receives approval from EU antitrust regulators

Qualcomm’s planned acquisition of NXP Semiconductors for $38 billion have reportedly been cleared by antitrust regulators in the European Union. After the largest deal on record in the semiconductor sector is finalized, Qualcomm Incorporated is to become a top supplier to the dynamic automotive chip market. The shares of Qualcomm […]

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Intel shares gain for a second straight session on Thursday, company’s newer chips also affected by Spectre and Meltdown patch issues

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Intel shares gain for a second straight session on Thursday, company’s newer chips also affected by Spectre and Meltdown patch issues

According to a statement by Intel Corporation (INTC) earlier this week, issues with patches, which have been released to deal with Spectre and Meltdown security flaws, may cause data center computers equipped with Intel’s newer chips to reboot more frequently than usual. Intel shares closed higher for a second consecutive […]

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Goldman Sachs shares fall the most in three months on Wednesday, bank reports its first quarterly loss in six years due to tax charge

January 18, 2018 10:55 am
Goldman Sachs shares fall the most in three months on Wednesday, bank reports its first quarterly loss in six years due to tax charge

Shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS) plummeted the most in three months during yesterday’s trade in New York after the bank reported its first quarterly loss in six years as a result of considerable tax charge. On the other hand, quarterly adjusted earnings outstripped market expectations, as strong performance […]

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Wal-Mart shares hit a fresh all-time high on Wednesday, company appoints Judith McKenna as CEO of its international business

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Wal-Mart shares hit a fresh all-time high on Wednesday, company appoints Judith McKenna as CEO of its international business

According to a person familiar with the matter, Judith McKenna, Wal-Mart’s current Chief Operating Officer, has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the company’s international unit. She is to assume the new role on February 1st. Wal-Mart shares closed higher for the seventh time in the past ten trading […]

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General Motors shares touch highs unseen since late October on Tuesday, company expects flat earnings in 2018 and a profit increase in 2019

January 17, 2018 10:44 am
General Motors shares touch highs unseen since late October on Tuesday, company expects flat earnings in 2018 and a profit increase in 2019

During a presentation on Tuesday, General Motors Company (GM) said it expected flat earnings in 2018 compared to the prior year and an increase in its profit in 2019, when it would introduce a renovated line of high-margin pickup trucks on the US market. General Motors shares closed higher for […]

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General Electric shares fall the most in two months on Tuesday, fourth-quarter results to be hit by $6.2 billion insurance portfolio charge

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General Electric shares fall the most in two months on Tuesday, fourth-quarter results to be hit by $6.2 billion insurance portfolio charge

According to a statement by General Electric Co on Tuesday, its fourth-quarter results will be influenced by a $6.2 billion charge related with a decade-old insurance portfolio, which covers long-term health care costs. When adjusted in accordance with the recently-passed US corporate tax rate cut, the charge would increase to […]

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Walt Disney shares gain for a second straight session on Friday, CEO Iger’s compensation shrinks 17% in fiscal 2017

January 16, 2018 11:05 am
Walt Disney shares gain for a second straight session on Friday, CEO Iger’s compensation shrinks 17% in fiscal 2017

A proxy statement filed on Friday revealed that Walt Disney Chief Executive Bob Iger’s compensation for fiscal 2017 dropped 17% compared to a year ago. Other company executives saw decreases in their total pay as well. Walt Disney shares closed higher for a second consecutive trading session on Friday. The […]

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Ford shares gain for a second straight session on Friday, company to increase investment in electric vehicles to $11 billion by 2022

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Ford shares gain for a second straight session on Friday, company to increase investment in electric vehicles to $11 billion by 2022

In a speech at the Detroit auto show on Sunday, Ford Motor Co’s Chairman Bill Ford said that investments in electric vehicles would be increased considerably to reach $11 billion by the year 2022. At the same time, the auto maker’s global model lineup is to include 40 electrified vehicles, […]

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CVS shares close lower on Friday, company does not intend to relocate Aetna’s headquarters

January 15, 2018 10:47 am
CVS shares close lower on Friday, company does not intend to relocate Aetna’s headquarters

According to a statement by CVS Health Corp (CVS) on Friday, Aetna Inc’s headquarters will be kept in Connecticut once the $69 billion acquisition of the health insurance company is finalized. Last year Aetna Inc had announced plans to relocate its headquarters to New York during 2018. CVS shares closed […]

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Fiat Chrysler shares close lower in New York on Friday, 162 000 minivans reportedly recalled due to software glitch

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Fiat Chrysler shares close lower in New York on Friday, 162 000 minivans reportedly recalled due to software glitch

According to a Friday statement by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCAU), over 162 000 Chrysler Pacifica minivans manufactured in 2017 are being recalled due to a software glitch that may lead to an engine stall. As of 8:27 GMT on Monday the shares of Fiat Chrysler were gaining 0.10% (EUR […]

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