What you need to know on Wall Street right now

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Wall Street is celebrating this morning, after JPMorgan, Citigroup and Wells Fargo all beat third-quarter earnings estimates. Here are the headlines:

Oh, and Goldman Sachs won its dispute with Libya’s $60 billion wealth fund.

Elsewhere in finance news, two former traders at Izzy Englander’s Millennium have reunited to launch a new hedge fund.

Britain could be the next big emerging market, and even American steakhouses are getting slammed by Brexit.

Even the world’s ultra-rich are feeling the pinch of a slowing economy. (Sort of.) And here are 30 stocks that will thrive even if the economy gets worse, according to Morgan Stanley.

In tech news, Verizon might be trying to back out of the Yahoo deal, and Yahoo now won’t hold a call after it reports earnings Tuesday. Teens are watching YouTube more often than cable TV for the first time.

And ad tech company AppNexus is restructuring and cutting 150 jobs as its gears up for its IPO.

Lastly, the governor of Oklahoma created “Oilfield Prayer Day” in hopes of saving the state’s oil and gas industry.

Here are the top Wall Street headlines at midday

ELIZABETH WARREN: Obama needs to fire the head of the SEC US Senator Elizabeth Warren urged President Barack Obama on Friday to replace Mary Jo White as the Securities and Exchange Commission chair, saying she had undermined the agency’s investor protection mission.

Hershey’s CEO is stepping down — Hershey Co said on Friday that Chief Executive John Bilbrey would retire from his post on July 1.

A top Wall Street CEO has a fresh pitch to millennials Moelis & Company founder Ken Moelis wants to make Wall Street exciting again for young people.

China gets a new billionaire every 5 days – A new report by UBS and PricewaterhouseCoopers found that one billionaire pops up in Asia every three days, outpacing all other regions in the world.

MARK CUBAN: Leon Cooperman should kick the SEC’s a– – Mark Cuban has a very low opinion of the Securities and Exchange Commission.

One of the most important economic trends just hit a record low – The University of Michigan’s preliminary consumer sentiment unexpectedly fell to its lowest level since last September, and the second lowest reading in the past two years.

How Charles Schwab’s chief investment strategist manages her own money In March 2009, Liz Ann Sonders made a remarkable investment call, sitting on a TV set at the NASDAQ. The financial world was still burning all around her, and many thought it would get far worse before it got any better.

Billionaire Richard Branson rips Donald Trump as ‘unfit for office’ in scathing op-ed endorsing Hillary Clinton – Richard Branson, the billionaire businessman who founded the Virgin Group, ripped Donald Trump as “irrational,” “aggressive,” and dangerous on Friday in an op-ed endorsing Hillary Clinton for president.

A Silicon Valley startup is trying to rival Tesla with an electric sedan — here’s a first look at its car We finally got a glimpse of the electric car start-up Atieva is building to rival Tesla.

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