(Reuters) - Spanish telecommunications company Masmovil said on Tuesday it signed a 5G agreement with Orange Espagne, helping the company hike its EBITDA guidance for three years. The company said ...

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China will struggle to buy $50 billion of U.S. farm goods annually unless it removes retaliatory tariffs on American products, and doing so would require reciprocal action by President Donald Trump, people familiar with the matter said. Beijing is willing to start purchasing more U.S. agricultural p

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Goldman Sachs (GS - Get Report) posted weaker-than-expected third quarter earnings Tuesday as investment banking revenues slump amid weakest period for capital markets issuance in at least seven years. Goldman Sachs said earnings for the three months ending in September came in at $4.79 per share, d

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There are a lot of valid reasons why the yield curve being inverted — that is, the yield of short-term bonds being higher than that of longer-term securities — isn’t a sign of economic worries. But count James Bullard, president of the St. Louis Fed, as not one to ignore the yield curve’s predictive

JPMorgan Chase 3Q profits up 8%, but loan growth slows
NEW YORK (AP) — JPMorgan Chase & Co. says profits grew by 8% in the third quarter compared with a year earlier, helped partly by higher interest rates and a better-than-expected performance in its investment banking business. The nation's largest bank by assets said it earned $9.08 billion, or $2.68   Houston Chronicle  
Burlington Stores Names John Crimmins as Chief Financial Officer
Burlington Stores (BURL - Get Report) named John Crimmins as the new chief financial officer of the off-price retailer. Crimmins had been serving as interim financial chief, executive vice president of finance and chief accounting officer. Crimmins has been with the company since 2011. Marc Katz had   TheStreet.com  
Stock Market Today: How US Shares Performed On Columbus Day As China Trade Deal Euphoria Fades
Stocks drifted up and down in a narrow range Monday as euphoria over a phase 1 deal to resolve the U.S.-China trade dispute gave way to relatively unenthusiastic statements from Beijing and indications China’s economy was slowing further. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed off 30 points to 26,7   International Business Times  
Dawn's Early Light Flags, supplier to the U.S. government, moves from Seattle to Brookfield
When Ann Meyer started her business Dawn's Early Light Flags LLC in 1998, her office was just four machines in a garage. She was sewing thousands of flags at her dining room table. After 9/11, the company began taking government contracts and expanded its facility three times in the Seattle area. Th   The Business Journals  
Goldman Sachs is expected to report third-quarter hits from sinking WeWork, Uber stakes
Goldman Sachs may take a $264 million writedown on its 1.4% stake in WeWork, Morgan Stanley analysts Betsy Graseck wrote in an Oct. 4 note. Goldman's investment and lending division also holds publicly-traded firms including Uber, Avantor, Tradeweb, and ...   CNBC  
Southwest pilots say 737 MAX return may be delayed beyond Boeing's fourth quarter goal
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Southwest Airlines pilots predicted on Monday that the grounded Boeing 737 MAX airplane will return to the skies around February, weeks later than Boeing and ...   YAHOO!  
Hilton Grand Gets 2 Takeover Bids, Including $40-Share by Apollo Global: Report
Hilton Grand Vacations (HGV - Get Report) is the target of two takeover bids, including Apollo Global Management's (APO - Get Report) offer of around $40 a share, according to a media report. Blackstone Group, (BX - Get Report) which like Apollo is a New York private-equity firm, has also bid for th   TheStreet.com  
SoftBank seeks control of WeWork through financing package: WSJ
(Reuters) - SoftBank Group Corp. (9984.T) has prepared a financing package for WeWork Companies Inc that would give it control over the shared office space company, the Wall Street Journal reported. The package would significantly increase the stake of SoftBank, which already owns around one third o   Reuters  
China Exports Fell 0.7%, Imports Down 6.2% In September
China's already badly dented economy took a huge knock in September with its imports and exports both declining as the US-China trade war continued to batter its sagging economy. The worse-than-expected outcomes saw exports drop 3.2 percent year-on-year ...   International Business Times  
Stocks Decline as Investors Weigh Trade Prospects: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Europe dropped alongside U.S. equity futures after China appeared to pour cold water on a partial trade deal touted by Donald Trump, saying it wanted to iron out details before signing it. European bonds gained. The Stoxx Europe 600 index extended a decline, led by banks and miners, after   Bloomberg