It’s no secret that Tesla Inc. (NasdaqGS:TSLA) CEO Elon Musk is a bit unhinged lately, issuing more tweets when he should be tending to the issues surrounding his already vast collection of social media-based outbursts. If Shah Gilani has anything to say about it, it’s that Musk has (or will have) some serious issue with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Could Musk be in the final days of his time at Tesla? Only time (and the SEC) will tell…
Economic growth is expanding at a rate of 4.2% annually, and on this week’s episode of Varney & Co., Shah knows that this is fantastic news for the market. The revision is higher than what analysts expected, but the thing that really caught Shah’s eye is the economy and the market are reflecting one another, and that means that there’s nowhere to go but higher. Click here to watch…
“Shah Gilani. Longest bull run in history. What brings it to an end and when?” Stuart Varney asked Shah this morning.
To which Shah replied, true to his perma-bull nature, “I don’t think there’s anything that’s going to bring it to an end.”
On this week’s episode of Varney & Co., the panel of experts discuss what lies ahead for the market as it stands now. In the wake of the Turkish lira’s plunge, as well as the threat of emerging markets and contagion, Shah declares that though these threats aren’t gone, they are certainly able to be overcome. Of the global markets, the U.S. seems to be the strongest.
Then, Shah and Stuart talk the possibility of a retail resurgence – the big names in retail, particularly Target Corp. (NYSE:TGT), has adapted to the market and the ever-evolving demands of consumers. The retail ice age may be further off than we thought. Click here to watch…
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Global markets have been feeling the heat since Turkey’s currency, the lira, suffered a precipitous drop last week. Non-bank borrowers in Turkey have over $198 billion of dollar-denominated debt – and the massive drop in the lira increases their debt service threefold. That’s a huge problem, and the market felt the weight of it as the Dow slipped over 200 points after the open.
On today’s episode of Varney & Co., host Stuart Varney and Shah Gilani talk about Warren Buffett’s and George Soros’s major stake increases in Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL) – a company that neither of these financial titans had interest in before. Meanwhile, The Kroger Co. (NYSE:KR) is hopping on the grocery delivery trend, partnering with a Chinese company that may surprise you… Click here to watch…