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Major Wall Street analysts are all bulled up on Lyft, but investors don’t seem to care

Lyft shares swung between gains and losses on Tuesday after 10 Wall Street analysts initiated coverage of the recently public ride-hailing company.
Michael Pachter, analyst at Wedbush.

A leaked email shows a Wedbush executive urged the firm to drop Netflix coverage because its analyst’s call has been wrong for years

A Wedbush executive in 2017 urged the firm to stop covering Netflix because he was concerned with the intent of the analyst covering the stock.

Coca-Cola jumps after revenue impresses and water sales run laps around soda

Coca-Cola shares jumped in early Tuesday trading after the company reported first-quarter earnings that topped Wall Street's revenue expectations.
Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel speaks onstage during 'Disrupting Information and Communication' at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on October 8, 2014 in San Francisco, California.

Snap’s 110% moonshot this year still isn’t enough to get Wall Street rooting for it

Snapchat parent company Snap is scheduled to report first-quarter earnings after the bell on Tuesday.
Elon Musk.

Traders are stocking up on Tesla ‘crash protection’ ahead of the electric-car maker’s Q1 results

Investors are mounting bearish bets ahead of Tesla's first-quarter earnings this Wednesday.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk leaves Manhattan federal court after a hearing on his fraud settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in New York City, U.S. April 4, 2019.

Tesla is under pressure after shaking up its board and receiving a demand-fueled downgrade from Wall Street

Tesla shares fell early Monday after the company announced a board of directors shakeup and Evercore ISI slashed its price target.
Junior bankers are taking over Wall Street.

Wall Street firms are being taken over by 22-year-olds — here are the big banks that rely on junior talent the most

Despite the elimination of analyst-level grunt work, Wall Street banks are increasingly relying on their most junior employees.
Greenwich has been known as a wealthy enclave for years.

People aren’t buying the iconic, sprawling mansions in one of America’s richest cities, a haven for Wall Street types an hour from NYC. I ...

Bloomberg recently ranked Greenwich, known as the "hedge fund capital" of Connecticut, as one of the wealthiest towns in the US.
To match Special Report SEC/INVESTIGATIONS

The SEC hit Silicon Valley lender Prosper with a $3 million fine for inflating its returns to ‘tens of thousands of investors’

The Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday said online lender Prosper would pay a $3 million penalty for inflating returns to investors.

The world’s largest investor says a $3.8 trillion market faces growing climate change risk

BlackRock warns in a new report that climate change poses a threat to an increasingly large part of the US municipal bond market.