Inovio Pharmaceuticals, a small biotech company with a market cap of $390 million, skyrocketed 13% after it said it's in the process of developing a vaccine against the new deadly virus. "When the SARS was under control, we saw double or triple the demand coming back very strongly," said Sun, adding it was the same with Chinese GDP growth. ""Forcing people into Chapter 13 because they cannot afford to pay their lawyer up front is a ridiculous way to run a consumer debt relief system," Warren wrote. "Taking care of the local communities is both the right thing to do and good for business," John Zimmer, co-founder and president of Lyft said in an interview with CNBC. 830 cases have been reported in China, with the virus also spreading to South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam and the United States, among other places

It also looks less intimidating, with its two wood-clad symmetrical units that can be separated for more comfortable use. "But in practice, for all kinds of reasons it hasn't been a binding constraint. "Overall, I think it's a buy-the-dip story for the time being until the Fed starts getting tight," he said in the same interview. But while Wien sees stocks rising, the boost won't be from strength in fundamentals. The vehicles are expected to assist Fiat Chrysler in meeting U

Boeing (BA) – Boeing completed a successful maiden voyage of its 777-X jet over the weekend, a respite for the jet maker amid the ongoing grounding of its 737 Max jet. From an investor point of view, people are just reducing risk and I think that's what we're seeing particularly in the exchange rate markets in the region. If the Yankees didn't win the World Series, he considered the season a failure. "The more you give them credit, the more you give them support, the worse it will be for them, because in that case, the regime will consider it is an international plot, that the United States are intervening in the local affairs of Iran, so I don't think it's a very good thing," he said. Between 2008 and 2018, total euro area trade with non-EU countries increased at an annual average rate of 3%, data from the European statics office showed

Catherine Collinsonpresident and CEO of the Transamerica Institute and Transamerica Center for Retirement StudiesHowever, social media comes with pitfalls that can trip up even the most seasoned job seeker, she added. "VIDEO4:2204:22Chicago Fed President: Labor market, economic fundamentals remain strongSquawk on the StreetEvans said he thinks the Fed ought to keep policy where it is until it clearly meets its price stability mandate. VIDEO4:3304:33Renault chairman: Expect positive headlines on Nissan alliance in 2020Street Signs EuropeThe current most senior executive at French carmaker Renault has played down suggestions that an almost two-decade partnership with Japan's Nissan is set to end. Daniel Acker | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesA key Boeing 737 Max supplier said Friday that it is planning to cut about 2,800 jobs as the planes remain grounded far longer than expected and the financial impact ripples through the aerospace company's supply chain. That is apparent, in part, from clues within the December ISM report, released earlier this month

" -Franck2:37 pm: Powell on repoPowell: "Over the first half of this year we intend to adjust the size and pricing of repo operations as we transition away from their active use in supplying reserves. Previously, traditional mutual-fund managers have been hesitant to put their strategies into ETFs because they were afraid others would learn how they are trying to get their edge versus the broader market. Sandler noted continuing strength of Alphabet and Amazon, saying to buy any weakness in the stocks as "large caps likely see growth accelerate in 1Q20. In the aftermath of the SARS outbreak, China was still experiencing rapid growth having just joined the World Trade Organization (WTO). assassinated Iranian military leader Qasem Soleimani late last week with an airstrike on Iraq's Baghdad Airport

The World Bank said that while low levels of interest rates — which financial markets expect to be sustained over the medium term — "mitigate some of the risks associated with high debt levels," the previous three waves of broad-based debt accumulation all ended with financial crises in many developing and emerging economies. In a speech at Davos on Tuesday, President Donald Trump encouraged other countries to put their own citizens first in economic policy decisions such as trade deals. CNBC has reached out to Kosemen's attorney who declined to comment on the investigation. Olivier Douliery | AFP | Getty ImagesHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. O'Rourke accused CNBC of publishing "a negative one-sided piece

VIDEO1:4101:41If Tesla fails to meet expectations, the stock could sell off hard: CramerMad Money with Jim CramerHigh expectations surround Tesla ahead of its quarterly earnings report, and the electric-vehicle maker has to come through, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Tuesday. For example, Shapiro defended the practice of hiring models to staff CES booths in 2012, telling the BBC: "Sometimes it is a little old school, but it does work. It's likely they will make the bulk of their box-office gross following their nominations for best picture. It is detrimental to the confidence of the consumers, it is detrimental to the banks' profits that actually have to support economic growth, so now the pressure is going to have to go back on the politicians for reform and fiscal easing - it has got to happen," Hamers told CNBC. The two companies for years challenged each other to commercialize the Hadoop open-source software for storing and processing lots of different kinds of data

"We've had this base go on for a long time, and now we're starting to see what's known as a golden cross where the 50-day moving average is actually crossing over the 100-day moving average and the 200-day moving average. "We're able to capture 40-50% higher rents, and so what that allows us to do is then work with homeowners, so we can actually create a higher revenue stream for them," said Collins. —Imbert2:57pm: Oil sheds 2%, accelerating Wednesday's declineOil prices fell 2% on Thursday as demand fears fueled by the coronavirus outbreak continued to weigh on prices. "The companies in which we invested offered excellent value, far exceeding that available in takeover transactions. Denali pickups and SUVs, GMC's luxury line, commanded an average price of about $56,000 per vehicle last year – higher than luxury brands such as Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar and BMW

"'Watch this market closely'Even though it's a bearish sounding forecast, Siegel isn't sounding the alarm on the bull market. That's the critical thing here is to buy value or quality companies in 2020," said Morganlander. If you can clear a few hurdles, high health care costs might help lower your 2019 tax bill. "Jeff Jones, a senior director at Microsoft said in a statement Tuesday: "Customers who have already applied the update, or have automatic updates enabled, are already protected. He predicted that there'll be a flow of money going into emerging markets given that some uncertainties, including the U

The company soon after began cracking down on "coordinated inauthentic behavior," but some still fear the platform will be vulnerable to similar tactics in November. "I think we're already like two steps — I mean, we're in the early innings, but what happens this year is going to be interesting. "According to CNBC's "Market Strategist Survey," the average 2020 year-end S&P target is 3,330. "If the ECB, in line with the Fed and the BOE (Bank of England), shifted to a symmetric 2% target, we would probably push out our call for a first rate hike," said Florian Hense with Berenberg. "Partners commented this quarter that they have seen Azure investments continue to increase significantly, as well an effective enterprise sales force focused on driving Azure adoption and usage