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Morgan Stanley reportedly fires or places on leave at least 4 traders while investigating millions in hidden losses
The firm is investigating mismarking of the value of securities tied to emerging-market currencies, according to Bloomberg.
As recession fears calm, a Morgan Stanley managing director explains why we’re only in the ‘first inning’ of another leg up for the ...
Volatility from trade-war headlines has dulled and Wall Street "finally keyed into what's going on," says Andrew Slimmon of Morgan Stanley.
The stock is "under owned," analyst Katy Huberty told CNBC. “Even the top 100" Apple investors "have a position that’s less than the S&P 500 weighting.”
Wall Street banks will reportedly miss out on a massive payday after Saudi Aramco decides to keep its record-shattering IPO local
Banks like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley will reap less in fees now that the IPO is being kept within the kingdom, Bloomberg reported.
Morgan Stanley warns that returns for traditional portfolios will slide near 100-year lows over the next decade
Morgan Stanley's analysts expect low inflation, weak growth, and falling yields to weigh on returns over the next decade.
A new venture backed by Morgan Stanley and UBS is seeking to become a low-cost alternative to the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq
Members Exchange is looking to launch as early as mid-2020, and may offer early traders rebates to kick off activity on the new exchange.
A crushing cost estimate of SpaceX’s planned mega-fleet of 42,000 Starlink internet satellites glosses over a huge detail
A new Morgan Stanley Research update estimates the cost of SpaceX's revised Starlink internet plan without Starship, a planned low-cost mega-rocket.
"We remain committed to controlling our expenses and are well positioned to pursue our growth initiatives," CEO James Gorman said. Shares rose 4% in premarket.
Saudi Aramco is reportedly shelling out a whopping $450 million on adviser fees for its upcoming IPO
Bloomberg said that the oil giant will pay the fees — about 1% of the $40 billion Aramco is looking to raise — to advisers from over 20 banks.
The analysts praised Snap's improved ad revenues, operating efficiencies, and profitability outlook, and bumped their price target to $17 from $14.