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The big news of the past 24-hours involves Yahoo and Facebook.
In other news, Business Insider pulled together what the smartest minds on Wall Street think you should buy, sell, and better understand. We also take a look at some of the solar stocks that have been plummeting, claiming a number of high-profile victims on Wall Street on the way down.
Here are the top Wall Street headlines at midday –
SoFi CEO: America’s biggest banks are ‘vulnerable’ and we’re going after them – Mike Cagney, the chief executive of online lending startup SoFi, has America’s biggest banks in his sights.
This NFL Hall of Fame quarterback’s investment firm is on a tear – NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young is used to racking up accolades.
There are 2 clear winners on Wall Street — and they’re pulling away from the competition – There are two clear winners on Wall Street through 2015 so far.
MORGAN STANLEY: Iran is the biggest thing for the global economy since the Berlin Wall fell – Iran is entering the global economy, and some investment-bank analysts are starting to get pretty excited.
It’s just brutal out in the Bakken oil fields right now – It’s been a rough year for the energy sector, and investors in two US regions have been feeling the pain more than most.
Morgan Stanley is pulling a surprise move — and Wall Street loves it – Morgan Stanley is reportedly planning to fire up to 25% of its bond-trading staff by the end of the year — and Wall Street analysts think it’s a great idea.
10 ties that actually make solid gifts – We’ve seen enough Ferragamo ties — the Wall Street uniform — to last a lifetime, and it has to end.
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