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A woman shops at a supermarket in Beijing, China, October 15, 2015.

China’s economy faces a ‘triple threat’ — and one economist says the trade war is only part of the story

The three primary issues China faces are a projected population decline, a middle-income trap, and the trade war, according to a Nomura economist.

AirPods have become a millennial status symbol, and Apple’s earnings suggest they could be its next big thing after the iPhone

Apple's AirPods have become a status symbol since the company launched them in 2016, and it's helping the firm offset slowing iPhone sales.

The latest Wall Street analyst to launch coverage of Tesla says investors should compare it to an unlikely tech giant

Nomura Instinet is comparing Tesla's market opportunity to what Salesforce did for CRM's nearly twenty years ago.

Meet the London currency analyst who moonlights as a wellness guru to Wall Street hedge funds and bankers

Bilal Hafeez has tapped into a lifestyle shift happening on trading floors. The Nomura currency analyst's wellness newsletters have "touched a nerve."

The City of London is raising the odds that Brexit won’t actually happen

Both JPMorgan and Nomura say their outlook has shifted, and now see the prospect of staying in the EU as having about a 40% chance.
France won the World Cup, but only one bank saw it coming.

Big banks like Goldman Sachs spectacularly failed to predict the World Cup winner — here’s why

Banks were afflicted by the sheer unpredictability of this year's tournament, which saw the unfavored Croatia squad make it all the way to the final.

One of Tesla’s biggest bulls just raised his price target again

Only two firms, New Street Research and Berenberg, have higher price targets, according to Bloomberg.
The Tesla Model S.

Wall Street is getting one critical thing wrong about Tesla

Tesla analysts have started to compare the carmaker's Model S sedan with a competitive set of luxury vehicles from primarily Mercedes, BMW, Audi and Lexus, concluding that the Model S has achieved considerable market share against these brands.

Wall Street is completely confused by Tesla

Tesla is a car company, not a tech company.
The Tesla Model 3.

Tesla isn’t spending enough money — and investors should be worried

Nobody would blame Tesla if it threw money at its problems with the Model 3 launch. In fact, investors should be blaming Tesla for not throwing money at the problem while it has the money to throw.