This evening will be not one or two, but 3 videos to cover the various aspects of the scuttle butt swirling around top Democratic donors, who the front-runners are, and is it time for someone new to get into the Democratic presidential primary process? Maybe it’s another Russian troll farm, which seems to be lurking everywhere. But numbers of as investors are nervous about how the 2020 Democratic field is shaping up, let’s dip into that subject this evening.
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Every evening our headlines that follow provide snapshots from two major media outlets on each side of the left-right news spectrum that reflect topics that influence or move investor sentiment. In moments on this business evening report, you can get ‘insights-at-a-glance.’
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We begin with headlines left-of-center CNN followed by right-of-center Fox Business. We share closing tickers and other related data courtesy of Yahoo Finance, and more. 5 to 10 minutes reading this MHProNews market report every business night could save you 30 minutes to an hour of similar reading or fact-gathering elsewhere.
Perhaps more important, you will get insights about the industry from experts that care, but also dare to challenge the routine narrative that arguably keeps manufactured housing underperforming during an affordable housing crisis.
Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business.
- Amazon investors on edge – The company is spending a lot to deliver packages faster. That’s tanking profits.
- Citigroup appoints Jane Fraser its new president, putting her in line to be first woman CEO of a major bank
- China is trying to bring America to its knees, Trump trade adviser says
- Caffeine wants to livestream games and be bigger than Twitch
- In race for holiday shoppers, retailers promise speedy deliveries and tech in stores
- Gaming star Shroud is leaving Twitch for Microsoft’s Mixer
- Lloyd Blankfein fears Elizabeth Warren wants ‘cataclysmic change’ for US economy
- Should you buy a piece of your favorite sports team?
- American Express just changed its most iconic card
- In wake of 737 Max crisis, Southwest may end its all-Boeing policy
- Twitter is in trouble. Its stock plummeted 20%
- Walmart wants robots in stores. Target doesn’t
- Why CEOs are paid so much
- GOING ELECTRIC – A BMW i3 electric car is plugged into a charging station at the CES 2016 Consumer Electronics Show on January 8, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
- Ford wants to have the US’s largest electric vehicle charging network
- Europe’s switch to electric cars is accelerating
- Toyota is pushing ahead with hydrogen-powered cars
- Hyundai is investing $35 billion in autonomous driving and electric cars
- Dyson abandons plans to build electric cars
- A ROUGH YEAR FOR BOEING
- 737 Max grounding will cost American and Southwest over $1 billion
- Boeing is profitable again
- Oversight and Boeing 737 Max design faulted in crash
- 4 victim families reach settlement with Boeing after Lion Air crash
- Boeing’s board strips CEO of chairman role
- He wants to bring a billion people to digital payments
- Mark Zuckerberg remained silent after Congressman Barry Loudermilk compared him to President Trump.
- Watch Zuckerberg react when a lawmaker compares him to Trump
- I report on technology. And I got hacked.
- Full Range Virgin Galactic and Under Armour Spacewear System for Private Astronauts
- Virgin Galactic’s Under Armour spacesuits
- Beeflow - Why this startup is making honeybees smarter
Headlines from right-of-center Fox Business.
- Wegmans’ move to New York will be game changer for the industry: analyst
- Popular grocery store Wegmans is getting ready for a New York City debut, which one industry analyst thinks could shake up the market.
- Amazon ‘delivers’ disappointing results
- Stocks finish mixed as trade war news vies with gloomy Twitter earnings
- SEE INSIDE: Major airline rolls out new jet for travelers who want to fly in style
- This company is reportedly set to buy Barneys
- Retirement is easy — if you take these ‘baby steps’
- How this 24-year-old became a billionaire overnight
- Meet Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Roger Penske
- Why does this haunted house scare the heck out of us?
- EXCLUSIVE: Wall Street execs embrace Tulsi Gabbard amid Clinton feud
- POLITICS – EXCLUSIVE: Wall Street execs embrace Tulsi Gabbard amid Clinton feud
- This parking space costs more than some houses
- Couple with 21 grandchildren wins Powerball; here’s what they plan to do
- SEE PICS: Inside America’s most expensive home
- ‘Like the Mafia’: Whistleblowers say Lehman Brothers made their lives hell
- Massachusetts takes step toward filing lawsuit against Exxon Mobil
- Pence slams US company for acting like ‘wholly owned subsidiary’ of China
- EXCLUSIVE: Papa John’s former chairman says, ‘I am the only person who can fix Papa John’s’
- Is Tesla really back from the realm of white knuckles and red ink?
- Here’s how much HBO Max could cost
- CVS pulls some baby powder from stores, urges customers not to use
- PHOTOS: Museum’s creepiest doll contest is the stuff of nightmares
- SEE PIC: This unique-shaped hotel hopes to strike chord with tourists
- Elizabeth Warren’s campaign office broken into
- Painted pumpkins at Bed Bath & Beyond spark blackface outrage
- White House wants government to nix these newspaper subscriptions: report
- Woodstock co-creator says this issue is ‘bigger’ than Vietnam War
- 3 steps for business owners to become recession-proof
- California’s king-size taxes, management, start to harm economy
- Ivanka Trump promotes president’s job opportunity initiative in Kansas
- Fire rages despite mass PG&E power outage
- Older Americans are losing more money to fraud schemes, report finds
- Volkswagen diesels caused outrage, now they’re a great buy
- China purchases 260,000 more metric tons of soybeans
- Emily Ratajkowski’s Instagram blunder could cost $150K
- UK calls for new election after Brexit disaster blows up in PM’s face
- Study finds damning trend among American workers
- Instagram bans some selfie filters over mental health concerns
- Reward offered in California tech exec’s grisly killing
- Varney: Democrats have a green energy price problem
- Ford unveils release date for Mustang-inspired electric SUV
- Destination Maternity closing 183 stores following bankruptcy filing
- NBA players’ big win celebration costs him dearly
- Craigslist founder donates $1.5M to fight fake news
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Tonight’s Business/Market/Political Impact Spotlight –
It is obvious that both billionaire and former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg and former Secretary Hillary Clinton want to be president. But wanting and doing are sometimes two different things.
Why Secretary Clinton has decided to take aim at Representative Tulsi Gabbard (HI-D) is an interesting question, but we won’t speculate on Ms. Clinton’s whims tonight.
Clinton may not yet be out of the woods regarding allegations of corruption, the email scandal, and more. Not in the mind of Trump Attorney General William Barr. How that plays out would likely be a factor for her.
Bloomberg has the money and can do what he wants.
Gabbard is one of the 2020 Democratic hopefuls that holds some more moderate positions, but so too does former Rep. John Delaney or Senator Amy Klobuchar.
Here are three right-of-center Fox interviews that cover various aspects of the topics under discussion.
FOX Business‘ Charlie Gasparino discusses Tulsi Gabbard reportedly planning to privately meet with Wall Street executives in New York City and Judge Judy’s endorsement for a Michael Bloomberg presidency.
RealClearPolitics associate editor A.B. Stoddard discusses Hillary Clinton suggesting Democratic hopeful Tulsi Gabbard is an agent of Russia.
Former Clinton adviser Philippe Reines on Hillary Clinton considering a 2020 run.
What’s interesting is that on the one hand, polling claims that almost every Democrat could beat President Donald J. Trump. If so, why are so man Democratic insiders worried? Are the thinking about how polling missed in 2016?
More on the 2020 race is found in the related reports, further below.
Manufactured Housing Industry Investments Connected Closing Equities Tickers
Some of these firms invest in manufactured housing, or are otherwise connected, but may do other forms of investing or business activities too.
- NOTE: The chart below includes the Canadian stock, ECN, which purchased Triad Financial Services, a manufactured home industry lender
- NOTE: Drew changed its name and trading symbol at the end of 2016 to Lippert (LCII).
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