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GE Options Are Pricing In Massive Dividend Cuts

GE shares are languishing at more than four year lows (as the broader market soars to record highs) and GE credit risk stands at 8 month highs (almost dopuble the post-crisis lows hit in June). As Goldman analyst Joe Ritchie warns, a significant earnings per share/free cash flow reset looms and the prospect of a dividend cut is dragging the stocks lower.

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Deutsche Bank Downgraded, Fitch "No Longer Expects Franchise To Recover This Year"

Fitch has downgraded Deutsche Bank to BBB+ from A- due to continued pressure on earnings, combined with concerns over the prolonged implementation of its recovery strategy.

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Fedex Tumbles After Missing Revenue, EPS, Guiding Lower; Blames Hackers, Harvey

The earnings season is starting off on the back foot for global trade as moments ago, the company considered the world's logistics bellwether, Fedex, reported revenue and earnings that both missed badly.

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Harvey To Make Landfall As Cat 3 Hurricane, Bring 40 Inches Of Rain: Latest Updates

Hurricane Harvey, which until this morning a Tropical Storm, is now set to be the first hurricane to strike the Texas coast since 2008. According to the NHS, which issued a hurricane warning from Port Mansfield to Matagorda, TX including Corpus Christi, Harvey is "rapidly intensifying", and is forecast to be a "major hurricane."

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Democrats Urge Antitrust Action Against Amazon Over Whole Foods Deal

In the wake of their embarrassing electoral defeat in November, Congressional Democrats are turning against the wealthy tech benefactors who bankroll their campaigns. To wit, a group of 12 Democratic Congressman have signed a letter urging the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission to conduct a more in-depth review of e-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc.'s plan to buy grocer Whole Foods Market Inc., according to Reuters.

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