Today in History for October 19th

Highlights of this day in history: British surrender at Yorktown decides American Revolution; Stock market crash hits Wall Street in late 1980s; Napoleon’s forces begin retreat from Moscow; Concorde makes first landing in New York. (Oct. 19)

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Protestors pour fake blood on NYC bull statue

Dozens of people protested a lack of action to combat climate change in New York on Monday morning by pouring fake blood all over the iconic Charging Bull statue near Wall Street. (Oct. 7)

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Climate ‘rebellion’ protesters arrested after dousing Wall Street bull with fake blood | AFP

Extinction Rebellion protesters are arrested after dousing Wall Street’s Charging Bull with fake blood amid global demonstrations demanding governments drastically cut carbon emissions. IMAGES

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Ralph Lauren turns fashion show into a nightclub

Ralph Lauren created a nightclub inside a Wall Street building to debut his fall collection at New York Fashion Week. (Sept. 8)

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Here are the top stories for Monday, August 5th: Trump condemns mass shootings in Texas and Ohio; Death toll climbs in El Paso shooting; Hong Kong general strike descends into chaos; Stocks plunge on Wall Street.

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G’day! Aussies bring giant gold coin to Wall Street | AFP

Perth Mint makes history by bringing the world’s largest gold coin to the New York Stock Exchange.

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Disrupting Wall Street From Within | IGNITION: Transforming Finance

Welcome to the inaugural IGNITION: Transforming Finance event, featuring the Wall Street innovators who are disrupting from within. These industry leaders will break down the hype around AI, big data, blockchain, and crypto, and share how they’re mining value from these and other fintech opportunities.

Speakers include:
– Megan Brewer, executive director and head of the technology innovation office at Morgan Stanley
– Dakin Campbell, senior finance correspondent at Business Insider
– Mariquit Corcoran, managing director and head of partnerships and programmes for Group Innovation at Barclays
– Lucien Foster, global head of digital partnerships at BNY Mellon
– Omer Ismail, head of consumer digital finance in the Americas at Marcus by Goldman Sachs
– Gavin Michael, head of technology, Global Consumer Bank at Citi
– Meghan Morris, senior financial reporter at Business Insider
– Huw L. Richards, global head of digital investment banking at J.P. Morgan
– Alyson Shontell, US Editor-in-Chief of Business Insider

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Mexico, China tariffs driving markets down

Stocks tumbled on Wall Street Friday after the U.S. announced plans to expand its trade war to Mexico. (May 31)

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Worsening China trade tensions rattle US markets

The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled more than 470 points Tuesday amid a broad sell-off on Wall Street as the U.S. and China moved closer to an escalation of their already costly trade war. (May 7)

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Keiser Report: The Too Big to Fail Investment Universe (E1367)

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the recent Bank of America report, ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Investment Universe’. The report provides dozens of charts and data points looking at where the investment universe stands ten years after the financial catastrophe. Wall Street is still too big to fail, the global debt bubble is still blowing and financial assets are now 200% of global GDP. What can possibly go wrong? In the second half, Max interviews Craig Hemke of TFMetalsReport.com about the White House demanding a 50 basis points rate cut despite an allegedly booming economy where manufacturing and construction numbers look positive and stock markets are still near an all-time high.

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The Women’s March Rivalry Is Just The Left Eating Itself (HBO)

In 2017, 4 million people marched in women’s marches across America. The second-biggest march, in New York, was run by a first-time activist, Katherine Siemionko. Eventually, she quit her job at Goldman Sachs to run the non-profit she created, the Women’s March Alliance. This year, Siemionko had to worry about more than march logistics. She had to worry about a rival women’s event, run by the more-famous Women’s March Inc.

But what might superficially seem like a petty turf war is actually about a broader debate within progressive politics, over intersectionality, and what role race and ethnicity should play in the direction of the women’s movement.

Siemionko is relatively new to the women’s movement. She remembers being in business school at St. Louis University in Missouri and seeing a workshop called “Shattering the Glass Ceiling.” She didn’t get it.

“All my friends were like, ‘You have to go.’ And I was like, ‘I don’t know what a glass ceiling is,’” Siemionko says. “I remember reading what a glass ceiling was and thinking, ‘That’s because women can’t negotiate.’ … Boy was I wrong.”

Her experience on Wall Street began to open her eyes. “I had men reporting to me making double my salary. And it was a hard journey for me to realize that women in this country don’t have equal rights.”

In a way, Siemionko embodies a debate within feminism over intersectional feminism, the idea that there’s no universal experience of being a woman, but that oppression based on class, race, disability, sexuality all interact. Siemionko doesn’t think that way. “The moment you say you’re white, therefore, you are racist… I can’t say ‘You’re black, therefore,’ ‘You are Latino, therefore’… we are all one. We have to stop looking at each other as skin colors.”

Even so she’s deeply aware of how her words are perceived.

“Your speech is inhibited by this concept that any words you say may offend somebody, and we have to get over that. We have to say look we’re doing the best that we can,” Siemionko says. “I have to be careful with my wording because it will get picked apart. That’s the society we live in. I cannot speak my thoughts. I have to filter them.”

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(25 Dec 2018) Here’s the latest for Tuesday December 25th: Thousands displaced after Indonesia tsunami; Police dog killed in Florida shootout; Tokyo markets follow Wall Street plunge; President Trump in Washington for Christmas.

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Up and down day on Wall Street

(10 Dec 2018) U.S. stocks remained volatile Monday as the market recovered from sharp losses in morning trading to end with modest gains. (Dec. 10)

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“Fearless Girl” takes the fight for gender parity to Wall Street

The popular “Fearless Girl” statue, which had been staring down Wall Street’s “Charging Bull” since last year, has moved to face the New York Stock Exchange – a vivid reminder of the need for gender equality and better representation of women in the boardroom.

Ray Dalio, Sallie Krawcheck, Henry Blodget & More Talk Better Capitalism & Media | IGNITION 2018

Henry Blodget, CEO of Insider Inc. discusses better capitalism; Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates discusses investing principles; and Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and co founder of Ellevest discusses what Wall Street doesn’t understand about women. Other panelists for IGNITION’s day one morning session include Drew Houston, CEO of Dropbox, Steve Case, co founder of AOL and more.

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Now in its ninth year, the event brings together an engaged community of next-generation leaders and change-makers from all around the world. Come away with actionable insights for your own critical decision-making, plus a ton of new contacts and ideas thanks to IGNITION’s next-level networking.

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(20 Nov 2018) Here are the top stories for Tuesday, November 20: No punishment for Saudi Arabia; Big losses on Wall Street; FDA warns against romaine lettuce; Recreational pot sales begin in Massachusetts.

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Keiser Report: China – The Good, The Bad and the Ugly (E1308)

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the economic headlines out of China. As APEC wraps up with US-China tensions spilling out into the open, what is happening back home in China on the economic front? The good: many trade deals were put in place and tariffs dropped at the China Import Export Expo. The bad: a company is paying bondholders in ham. The ugly: the peer-to-peer lending market has ballooned into a $200 billion hot mess that threatens massive losses. In the second half, Max interviews long time Wall Street banker and inventor of Hyperwave, Tyler Jenks of LucidFunds.com, about bond markets and the credit cycle. They look at the mother of all bubbles – the US 10YR – and discuss the ramifications of rising interest rates.

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