Earnings Outlook: Nvidia earnings: Gaming and data-center should pave over any auto, crypto weakness

Earnings Outlook: Nvidia earnings: Gaming and data-center should pave over any auto, crypto weakness
Nvidia Corp. is expected to play to its core strengths rather than visionary side hustles this earnings season, as strong gaming and data-center sales overcome deficiencies in self-driving and cryptocurrency-mining. Nvidia NVDA, -0.65%  is scheduled to report second-quarter earnings after the bell on Thursday. In recent quarters, the company has shown huge growth for one of its two relatively new... Read More

The Moneyist: My ex-husband took $15,000 from our daughter’s 529 plan and bought a $10,000 car with her inheritance

The Moneyist: My ex-husband took $15,000 from our daughter’s 529 plan and bought a $10,000 car with her inheritance
Dear Moneyist, My ex-husband admitted to taking money out of our daughter’s 529 plan: $15,000 to pay legal fees. He had and still has numerous accounts with a few hundred thousand dollars which are savings and retirement plans. Is it legal for him to take money out of our daughter’s 529 plan if he had his own money to use?... Read More

Market Extra: Turkey’s crisis was not a black swan but it still played havoc with global markets

Market Extra: Turkey’s crisis was not a black swan but it still played havoc with global markets
Turkey’s currency crisis is by no means a black swan event as trouble had been brewing in the country for several months. Still, fears of a spillover effect from the troubles in the world’s 17th largest economy played havoc with the global financial markets Friday as panicked investors ran for cover. Turkey is an emerging-market economy with a population of... Read More

Controversial digital contraceptive Natural Cycles cleared by FDA for U.S. marketing

Controversial digital contraceptive Natural Cycles cleared by FDA for U.S. marketing
Natural Cycles, a mobile-phone application that can be used to prevent pregnancy, was cleared by the Food and Drug Administration on Friday for direct-to-consumer marketing in the U.S. The app, which has been described as “digital contraception” by its maker, the privately held, Sweden-based NaturalCycles Nordic AB, tells women when they are fertile and should avoid sex or use contraception,... Read More

NewsWatch: Single people treat online dating like fantasy football—they keep trying to date out of their league

NewsWatch: Single people treat online dating like fantasy football—they keep trying to date out of their league
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Earnings Outlook: Cisco earnings: Duo acquisition is nice, but what have you done for us lately?

Earnings Outlook: Cisco earnings: Duo acquisition is nice, but what have you done for us lately?
Cisco Systems Inc. will wrap up its fiscal year with an earnings report that could have investors focusing on the future instead of the results. Cisco CSCO, +0.00%  is scheduled to report fiscal fourth-quarter earnings on Wednesday after the closing bell, but those earnings aren’t what investors have focused on lately. Drawing the spotlight away was Cisco’s recent announcement that... Read More

Bond Report: Treasury yields fall by the most in more than 2 months amid Turkey contagion fear

Bond Report: Treasury yields fall by the most in more than 2 months amid Turkey contagion fear
U.S. government bonds rallied on Friday, driving yields to their sharpest yield decline since late May as turmoil in Europe, sparked by questions about a knock-on effect from economic distress in Turkey, rattled investors’ sentiment and sent them fleeing to the perceived safety of sovereign paper. Yields momentarily moderated their decline after a report on consumer prices suggested that inflation... Read More

Futures Movers: Oil prices end up for the day on forecast for rising demand, but lower for the week

Futures Movers: Oil prices end up for the day on forecast for rising demand, but lower for the week
Oil prices settled higher Friday as a forecast for rising global crude demand, and supply boosts from Russia, offset lingering concerns about trade tensions cutting global consumption of energy products. The International Energy Agency raised its forecast for global oil demand growth by 110,000 barrels a day to 1.5 million barrels for 2019. Its monthly report also said global supply... Read More