News about <![CDATA[Herbalife]]> News about en-us <![CDATA[Market Wrap For April 24: Apple's Smashing Earnings Overshadowed By Ukraine Concerns]]> U.S. stocks inched higher as Apple's strong earnings reported on Wednesday proved to be not enough to ease fears over an ...

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<![CDATA[Multi-level Market For Weight Loss Products In U.S. Worth $2.2 Billion]]> <![CDATA[Market Wrap For March 24: Markets On Two-Day Losing Streak?]]> U.S. stocks declined for the second straight session on little market-moving news.

The Nasdaq index was hit harder than other ...

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<![CDATA[Carl Icahn Gains 3 More Seats on Herbalife Ltd. Board (HLF)]]> <![CDATA[Ackman Nearing Break-Even Point On Herbalife?]]> According to Bloomberg over the weekend, activist investor Bill Ackman’s Herbalife (NYSE: HLF) position is nearing break ...

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<![CDATA[Top Trending Tickers On StockTwits For March 24]]> Here's a look at the top tickers trending on StockTwits.com.

Apple: TV-streaming service in the works

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<![CDATA[Market Wrap For March 21: Markets End Friday On A Negative Note, But Still Positive For The Week]]> U.S. stocks slipped to negative territory aided in part by Friday being a quadruple witching trading session.

Major indices sold ...

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<![CDATA[Five things you need to know today, and if loving this website is wrong I don't want to be right]]> <![CDATA[After Market: China and Russia Put Stocks in the Red]]> DailyFinance.com: All of the simmering concerns that have been weighing on Wall Street for the past week or so exploded on Thursday. The potential for an escalation of tensions in Ukraine as Russia moves troops toward the border, combined with new worries about the... Read more]]> <![CDATA[Herbalife’s FTC Flap Highlights Advantages of ETFs]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Thursday Five — Tesla, marijuana tax revenue and the grass isn't always greener in Silicon Valley]]> <![CDATA[Five things you need to know today, and why the '.sucks' web domain is a great idea]]> <![CDATA[Herbalife Hit with Civil Investigation by FTC]]> DailyFinance.com: Richard Drew/AP By Matt Egan Herbalife (HLF), the controversial nutrition company under assault from billionaire Bill Ackman, has disclosed it has received a civil investigative demand from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. The news, which was... Read more]]> <![CDATA[Market Wrap For March 12: Nasdaq Ends Losing Streak, Dow Mildly Lower]]> U.S. stocks were little changed as investors found no new positive (or negative) developments from Ukraine and no new economic ...

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<![CDATA[Bill Ackman Isn't Giving Up On Herbalife]]> When so many others would have cut their losses and ran, Bill Ackman is not only continuing to hold his short position in Herbalife ...

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<![CDATA[Five things you need to know today, and I'll take my steak medium rare, hold the LSD]]> <![CDATA[Market Wrap For March 11: Markets End Slightly In The Red As Ukraine Worries Persist And Continued Chinese Conerns]]> U.S. stocks declined as investors continue to question China's growth prospects following Monday's shocking report that its ...

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<![CDATA[Top Trending Tickers On StockTwits For March 11]]> Here's a look at the top tickers trending on StockTwits.com.

La Jolla Pharmaceutical: Successful Phase 2 trial results

Last night, ...

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<![CDATA[Market Wrap For March 10: Markets Slightly Lower On Chinese Growth Concerns]]> U.S. stocks closed the day slightly lower as investors digested news that China's exports dropped significantly.

Philadelphia Fed ...

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<![CDATA[A Look Into Some Of Carl Icahn's Top Stock Picks]]> Activist Investor Carl Icahn rattled the cage again last week at eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY), one of his top stock picks at the moment, along ...

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<![CDATA[After Market: China's Exports and Crimea's Crisis Leave Investors Uneasy]]> DailyFinance.com: Stocks retreated on Monday due to new concerns about the pace of economic growth in China, and the on-going tensions in Ukraine. The Dow Jones industrial average (^DJI) fell 34 points, but that was well higher than its worst level of the day. The... Read more]]> <![CDATA[After Market: China's Exports and Crimea's Crisis Leave Investors Uneasy]]> DailyFinance.com: Stocks retreated on Monday due to new concerns about the pace of economic growth in China, and the on-going tensions in Ukraine. The Dow Jones industrial average (^DJI) fell 34 points, but that was well higher than its worst level of the day. The... Read more]]> <![CDATA[Market Wrap For February 28: Markets Unable To Hold On To Gains]]> U.S. stocks were mixed despite the S&P 500 hitting new all time highs of 1,867.92. Rumors surrounding Russian military involvement in Ukraine naturally presented investor concerns and fear in the market.

The market was boosted by a positive consumer sentiment and a steady existing-home sales. GDP figures, coming in within consensus

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<![CDATA[Stocks Going Ex-Dividend on Friday, February 28 (HLF, FLR, More)]]> <![CDATA[Five things you need to know today, and the evil of Candy Crush Saga]]> <![CDATA[#PreMarket Primer: Wednesday, February 19: Tesla Earnings Expected Today]]> Despite being closed on Monday, U.S. markets had a relatively quiet day Tuesday.

The Dow lost about 24 points to close at 16,130.40. The S&P was up 0.1 percent, or about two points, to 1,840.76 and the NASDAQ saw a sharp rise to finish 0.7 percent higher at 4,272.78.

Wednesday morning, U.S.

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<![CDATA[Today’s After Hours Earnings: Analog Devices, Inc., Herbalife Ltd., Fluor Corporation, More (ADI, HLF, FLR, More)]]> <![CDATA[Herbalife Rises Slightly After Q4 Earnings Beat, Increased Guidance]]> Herbalife (NYSE: HLF) is up more than one percent in after hours trading after the company reported its fourth quarter results.

The firm reported a Q4 EPS of $1.28 versus the Street estimate of $1.24.

Earnings per share were up 22 percent from the year-ago period.

Revenue arrived at $1.27 billion

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<![CDATA[Caterpillar continues to boost hiring at Winston-Salem plant]]> <![CDATA[Earnings Expectations For The Week Of February 17: Coca-Cola, Hewlett-Packard, Wal-Mart & More]]> The earnings season is winding down, but on the docket this week are Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO), Groupon (NASDAQ: GRPN), Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ), MGM Resorts (NYSE: MGM), Tesla Motors (NASDAQ: TSLA) and others.

Later in the week, the parade of quarterly reports

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<![CDATA[Market Wrap For February 14: Markets End The Week Positive]]> U.S. stocks rose on Friday as investors were able to overlook some disappointing economic data as a result of cold weather.

Major indices showed signs of strength today as the Nasdaq continues to inch towards historical all time highs of 5,135.52 recorded on March 10,2000. Today, the index hit a 13.5

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<![CDATA[Market Wrap For February 12: Markets Take a Breather, Senate Passes Debt Limit Bill]]> U.S. stocks took a breather on Wednesday with major indices little changed after one of the largest four-day bull runs in recent history.

The House has authorized a one year extension to the government's borrowing authority until March 16, 2015. The Senate gave the final seal of approval this afternoon. The

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<![CDATA[Ackman's New Strategy: Targeting Herbalife Distributors And Board Members]]> As a Latino advocacy group met with a federal regulator Tuesday to discuss their concerns about alleged abuses perpetrated by Herbalife (NYSE: HLF) against Latinos and others, hedge-fund manager Bill Ackman continued his efforts to portray the company as an illegal pyramid scheme.

This time Ackman and his Pershing Square

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<![CDATA[Thoughts on Multi-Level Marketing, Fraud, and Insider Trading from a Convicted Felon]]> <![CDATA[Market Wrap For February 3: Bears In Complete and Absolute Control]]> U.S. stocks continued its losses on an accelerated basis on Monday. Investors are in clear panic mode following a report that U.S manufacturing activity expanded at a slower pace in January.

The Dow plunged more than 300 points while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq both fell more than two percent as

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<![CDATA[Top Trending Tickers On StockTwits For February 3]]> Here's a look at the top tickers trending on StockTwits.com

Sina: Record breaking milestone

Sina Weibo is the Chinese equivalent of Twitter and set a corporate historical milestone last night.

Sina Weibo users “tweeted” 863,408 posts within the first minute of the Chinese New Year, 130,000 more “tweets” than last year.

Unfortunately, Sina Weibo's

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<![CDATA[Bill Ackman Updates Investors on Personnel Change, Herbalife]]> On Wednesday, Pershing Square Capital Management revealed that Shane Dinneen has resigned from the company.

Dinneen was the analyst responsible for conducting research on Herbalife (NYSE: HLF) prior to the investment firm initiating its massive short position in the company.

In a letter to investors, Bill Ackman, head

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<![CDATA[Canadian Regulators Probing Herbalife]]> The problems for Herbalife (NYSE: HLF) continue to pile on.

On Tuesday the Canadian Competition Bureau, Canada's top consumer regulator, launched a formal inquiry into Herbalife -- which is accused by many, including billionaire hedge fund owner Bill Ackman, of operating a giant pyramid scheme.

The list of those probing Herbalife also

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<![CDATA[Top Trending Tickers On StockTwits For January 27]]> Here's a look at the top tickers trending on StockTwits.com

Ariad Pharmaceuticals: Buyout rumors persist

On Friday, analysts at BMO Capital upgraded Ariad Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: ARIA) from Market Perform to Outperform with a price target raised to $14 from a previous $8. The analysts noted that the company's assets

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<![CDATA[Herbalife Faces Coast-to-Coast Criticism]]> As the week ended, multi-level marketing company Herbalife (NYSE: HLF) faced attacks from both ends of the country regarding whether it was an illegal pyramid scheme.

Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey on Thursday called for the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the company after

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<![CDATA[Market Wrap For January 23: Chinese Data, Mixed Earnings Spooking Investors]]> Traders and investors woke up Thursday morning to troubling news out of China. Chinese January HSBC flash PMI declined to 49.6 from a 50.5 in December.

The data is re-starting the Chinese slowdown debate and according to Reuters has “reinforced concerns about global growth, especially in commodity-sensitive emerging markets.”

A mixed-bag of

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<![CDATA[After Market: Investors Fear Big Trouble from Brittle China]]> DailyFinance.com: Thursday's big time selloff on Wall Street had its roots 10,000 miles away. Investors were rattled by a report out of China this morning showing the manufacturing sector in the world's most populous nation is contracting. So, just as the pace of ... Read more]]> <![CDATA[Market Wrap For January 17: Stocks Finish Week With Mixed Results]]> Stocks traded mostly lower today as investors digested a new set of earnings that were disappointing. A mixed housing data and a consumer sentiment coming in lower than expected was enough to tame the bulls as major indices finished the day mixed.

Markets will be closed on Monday for Martin Luther

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<![CDATA[Market Wrap For January 16: Markets End Two Day Winning Streak]]> The market took a bit of a breather Thursday following two strong days of gains.

Earnings from two major banks failed to keep the momentum alive and investors focused on Best Buy's (NYSE: BBY) disappointing holiday guidance which contradicts the strong retail sales report earlier this week.

Related: Is

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<![CDATA[Shares of Nu Skin Halted Four Times Today -- What Happened?]]> Shares of Nu Skin (NYSE: NUS) were halted for the fourth time mid-Thursday afternoon after plunging more than 30 percent; yesterday, shares fell 16 percent.

So what exactly happened?

On Wednesday, The People's Daily, a Chinese newspaper which is “organ of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China”

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<![CDATA[After Market: Unimpressive Earnings Sink Stocks; Bad Day for Best Buy]]> DailyFinance.com: Stocks ended Thursday mostly lower, hurt by disappointing earnings news. The Dow Jones industrial average (^DJI) fell 65 points, and the Standard & Poor's 500 index (^GPSC) lost 2, but the Nasdaq composite (^IXIC) added 4 points. Bloomberg via Getty ... Read more]]> <![CDATA[Market Wrap For January 3: Bernanke Speaks As Fed Chairman For Last Time; Markets Little Moved]]> Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke took to the podium today in what many consider to be his farewell speech. During his tenure, Bernanke developed the nickname "Helicopter Ben," which is likely to stick with him for some time. Bernanke noted, "The FOMC's decision to modestly reduce the pace of asset purchases

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<![CDATA[After Market: Dow Bounces Back, but Techs (and Talks) Weigh on Stocks]]> DailyFinance.com: The Dow bounced back from Thursday's sell-off, but the overall market was mixed. One factor weighing on the market: hawkish comments from Charles Prosser, the president of the Philly Fed. He said the Federal Reserve may have to be "aggressive" in ... Read more]]> <![CDATA[Market Wrap For December 27: Markets Quiet Before Weekend]]> As expected, markets were relatively quiet Friday with no economic data aside from natural gas inventory numbers. Many traders and investors are likely sitting on the sidelines until the new year.

Major indices started the day with small gains which were slowly erased throughout the day before ending almost completely flat.

The

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<![CDATA[Icahn Herd Gets Carried Away]]> With the broad market making new all time highs, almost on a daily basis, one issue far from its all time high is Icahn Enterprises LP (NASDAQ: IEP). Since catapulting to 149.77 on December 9, the issue has declined to 113 and shows no sign of reversing course.

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