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Seeking Alpha's Wall Street Breakfast brings you all the news you need to know for your market day. Released by 800am ET each morning, it is a quick listen that you can put on as you get ready to start your working day. We also publish a weekend Stocks to Watch podcast to prepare you for the week ahead.

Seeking Alpha's Wall Street Breakfast brings you all the news you need to know for your market day. Released by 800am ET each morning, it is a quick listen that you can put on as you get ready to start your working day. We also publish a weekend Stocks to Watch podcast to prepare you for the week ahead.

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New York, NY

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Seeking Alpha's Wall Street Breakfast brings you all the news you need to know for your market day. Released by 800am ET each morning, it is a quick listen that you can put on as you get ready to start your working day. We also publish a weekend Stocks to Watch podcast to prepare you for the week ahead.

Language:

English


Episodes

Wall Street Breakfast August 12: Newly-Listed Homes Drop Most Since 2020 As Sellers Stay Put

8/12/2022
Newly-listed homes drop most since 2020 as sellers stay put. Shell, Chevron shut six Gulf of Mexico oil platforms due to pipeline leakage. J&J, Merck, Regeneron most exposed to Medicare drug price negotiation - Bloomberg. Catch today’s WSB article here.

Duration:00:07:34

Wall Street Breakfast August 11: Disney Jumps as Parks Surge Leads Easy Third-Quarter Earnings Beat

8/11/2022
Disney jumps as Parks surge leads easy third-quarter earnings beat. CVS Health tried to acquire One Medical before Amazon eventually did - Bloomberg. Former JPMorgan metals traders found guilty in spoofing trial. Don't expect peak inflation to silence the Fed's hawkish squawks. Catch today’s WSB article here.

Duration:00:06:31

Wall Street Breakfast August 10: Consumer Price Inflation Seen Easing in July, but Pressures Still Persist

8/10/2022
Consumer price inflation seen easing in July, but pressures still persist. Justice Dept. could sue Google over ad dominance as soon as September - Bloomberg. Elon Musk backtracks on stock pledge, sells $7B of Tesla before Twitter court fight. Catch today’s WSB article here.

Duration:00:07:06

Wall Street Breakfast August 9: Biden Poised to Sign Off on CHIPS and Science Act

8/9/2022
Biden poised to sign off on CHIPS and Science Act. Novavax drags rivals lower as falling vaccine demand prompts guidance cut. Nasdaq, S&P futures slip after Micron revenue warning. Catch today’s WSB article here.

Duration:00:07:14

Wall Street Breakfast August 8: Senate OK’s Biden Anti-Inflation Act That Boosts Taxes on Corporate Income, Stock Buybacks

8/8/2022
Senate OK’s Biden anti-inflation act that boosts taxes on corporate income, stock buybacks. What companies are most exposed to the Inflation Reduction Act? Nasdaq, S&P, Dow futures tick higher as yields edge down. Catch today’s WSB article here.

Duration:00:06:34

Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead

8/7/2022
The Tyson Foods (TSN) earnings report will be closely watched in the meat and packaged goods sector. Analysts remain cautious as game developer Take Two Interactive (TTWO) also gets set to release earnings. And, major developments in cryptocurrency, as Bitcoin (BTC-USD) and Ethereum (ETH-USD) could soon be considered commodities in the U.S.

Duration:00:08:54

WSB's Weekend Bite: David Alton Clark Is Buying AT&T Stock After The Earnings

8/6/2022
This week we're joined by David Alton Clark, also known on Seeking Alpha as "The Winter Warrior," to discuss why he's buying AT&T stock after earnings, and get his thoughts on the semiconductor bill passing through legislative hurdles. Plus, Daniel covers upcoming earnings and economic events to watch for next week!"

Duration:00:07:37

Wall Street Breakfast August 5: Sinema Agrees to Proceed with Senate Tax and Climate Bill

8/5/2022
Sinema agrees to proceed with the Senate tax and climate bill after carried interest pledge. Meta Platforms selling debt for first time with $10B deal. Apple accused of retaliating against, mishandling allegations against women: report. Markets will be looking for signs of cracking in Friday's jobs report. Catch today’s WSB article here.

Duration:00:06:23

Wall Street Breakfast August 4: Walmart Lays Off Corporate Employees After Guidance Cut

8/4/2022
Walmart lays off hundreds of corporate employees after guidance cut. Two senators unveil bill that would put bitcoin, ethereum within scope of CFTC. Tesla continues to climb premarket ahead of 'Cyber Roundup' event. Catch today’s WSB article here.

Duration:00:06:42

Wall Street Breakfast August 3: Household Debt Tops $16T

8/3/2022
Household debt tops $16T in Q2, rising $2T since pandemic, NY Fed says. Sanctions and drills: Here's how China responded to Pelosi's visit to Taiwan. Inflation fight: Fed officials remain adamant about restrictive policy. Catch today’s WSB article here.

Duration:00:06:46

Wall Street Breakfast August 2: Markets Drop as Tensions Flare Ahead of Pelosi Visit to Taiwan

8/2/2022
Markets drop as tensions flare ahead of Pelosi's visit to Taiwan. Oracle to start laying off employees in the U.S: report. Twitter issues flood of document requests to Musk associates in lawsuit - report. Catch today’s WSB article here.

Duration:00:06:18

Wall Street Breakfast August 1: First Grain Ship Leaves Ukraine Since Start of the Russian Invasion

8/1/2022
First grain ship leaves Ukraine since start of the Russian invasion. Home price growth slows at record pace in June, Black Knight says. Musk countersues Twitter over $44B deal in a sealed filing. Nasdaq, S&P, and Dow futures point lower to start August trading after a rally in July. Catch today’s WSB article here.

Duration:00:06:14

Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead

7/31/2022
A heavy earnings calendar this week, including anticipated reports from Starbucks (SBUX) and Caterpillar (CAT). All eyes are on oil, as OPEC+ is expected to announce key targets, and Russian President Putin meets with Turkey’s Erdogan. Could food technology companies be the answer to a looming global crisis?

Duration:00:08:08

WSB's Weekend Bite: Summer Recess!...ion

7/30/2022
This week we're joined by Will Thomson, Portfolio Manager and Founder at Massif Capital. We dive into everything! The recession (or not?,) Europe's woes, the strong US dollar and where it goes from here, the undersupply of precious metals, and so much more. Plus Kim covers why he's watching AMC earnings like a hawk next week for Catalyst Watch.

Duration:00:25:00

Wall Street Breakfast July 29: China Competition Bill, CHIPS Act Goes to Biden to Sign

7/29/2022
Biden met with Xi as Congress passed China competition bill. WH says U.S. economy is in state of transition, not recession. Elon Musk says inflation may be easing, Bill Ackman scoffs at Fed at neutral. Catch today’s WSB article here.

Duration:00:07:14

Wall Street Breakfast July 28: Meta Tackling the Downturn; Spirit and JetBlue Agreement

7/28/2022
Spirit Airlines agrees on $3.8B buyout from JetBlue. Meta earnings call: Tackling the downturn. Manchin reaches surprise deal with Schumer on energy, healthcare package. Stock futures slip after Fed rally, key GDP report on tap. House Democrats to propose stock trading ban in August - report. Catch today’s WSB article here.

Duration:00:08:29

Wall Street Breakfast July 27: Federal Reserve Poised for Another 75-bp Rate Hike

7/27/2022
Federal Reserve poised for another 75-bp rate hike — question is 'what next'? Tech helps Nasdaq, S&P, Dow futures climb on Fed Day. Microsoft skids as Q4 results miss expectations, Alphabet: Tough comps ahead, happy with Cloud uptake. U.S. senators introduce bill that would end taxes on small crypto transactions.

Duration:00:07:27

Wall Street Breakfast July 26: Walmart Shook the Market; Will it Shake the Fed?

7/26/2022
Walmart shook the market; will it shake the Fed? Amazon Prime to scale up prices in Europe and U.K. by up to 43% to offset rising costs. Coinbase under SEC investigation for cryptocurrency listings. Catch today’s WSB article here.

Duration:00:07:52

Wall Street Breakfast July 25: In This Week's Earnings Tsunami, Wall Street Looks for Resilience

7/25/2022
In this week's earnings tsunami, Wall Street looks for resilience. U.S. housing affordability poised to fall to lowest since GFC on soaring prices, rates. Streaming jumps to capture a third of television viewing. Catch today’s WSB article here.

Duration:00:07:56

Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead

7/24/2022
Apple (AAPL) highlights its focus on health and gets ready to report earnings after COVID causes major slowdowns in China. Even after a successful Prime Day event, Amazon’s (AMZN) latest numbers may have been hit hard by inflation. Parents say they won’t be breaking the bank this year on new gear, as kids get ready to go back to school.

Duration:00:09:25