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Follow this list to discover and track stocks that have set death crosses within the last week. A Death Cross is when a stock's 50 day moving average crosses below the 200 day moving average. This list is generated daily, ranked based on market cap and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.

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  • Twitter is bringing back Election Labels to identify 2020 US election candidates
    TechCrunch

    Twitter is bringing back Election Labels to identify 2020 US election candidates

    With just less than a year until U.S. Election Day, Twitter is bringing back its Election Labels, which provide information about political candidates -- including which office they're running for and their state and district number. The feature was first launched during the 2018 U.S. midterms, where the labels were seen 100 million times per day by Twitter users in the week before Election Day. In addition, 13% of U.S. election-related conversations on Twitter included a tweet with an Election Label, the company says.

  • Twitter brings back election labels for 2020 US candidates
    Associated Press

    Twitter brings back election labels for 2020 US candidates

    Twitter is bringing back special labels to help users identify accounts and tweets from U.S. political candidates. The company, which first used such labels for the midterms last year, said it is trying to provide users with original sources of information and prevent spoofed and fake accounts from fooling voters. Many political candidates already have blue checkmarks to indicate that Twitter has checked that they are who they say they are.

  • Shareholders lash Australia's Westpac over money laundering bombshell
    Reuters

    Shareholders lash Australia's Westpac over money laundering bombshell

    Westpac Banking Corp on Thursday became the biggest Australian company to have shareholders vote down its executive pay for a second year, at a marathon annual meeting dominated by investor outrage over a child exploitation payments scandal. It also puts a cloud over the annual meetings next week of rivals Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ANZ) and National Australia Bank Ltd (NAB) , with investors expecting details of NAB's engagement with regulators as it has also flagged weakness in money-laundering controls. "We are shattered by what has happened," Westpac Chairman Lindsay Maxsted told about 600 investors at an emotional six-hour meeting in Sydney.

  • Financial Times

    How not to win the technology race with China

    The animating ingredient of the great power contest between the US and China is the global race for digital primacy. whether to allow the Chinese communications company Huawei to supply equipment for the new 5G networks that will underpin critical national infrastructure. One way for others to think about the issue is to ask whether Beijing would allow their companies to embed such technology in China’s national systems.

  • Financial Times

    Can consumer spending overcome corporate gloom?

    When Gary Cohn was chief economics adviser to US President Donald Trump in 2017 and 2018 he was an unabashed (and seemingly uncritical) cheerleader for the American economy. Consider his remarks at a US Securities and Exchange Commission event last week. Mr Cohn started by pointing out that, in America, “the consumer part of the economy looks pretty good.” Quite so: the so-called “consumer comfort” index (a sentiment and financial indicators indicator) has been running above 60 per cent, a near historic high.

  • AFP

    Twitter backs overhaul of social media to stem disinformation

    Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey is funding research aimed at changing the way information circulates on social media -- with the goal of combating online violence, hate and disinformation. In a series of posts, he explained the goal is for Twitter to ultimately be subject to this new standard, which would be open to adoption by fellow social media networks like Facebook or TikTok. "We're facing entirely new challenges centralized solutions are struggling to meet," Dorsey said.

  • Financial Times

    Twitter seeks to build an open social media platform

    Twitter has said it wants to solve the spread of harmful and fake content by open-sourcing how its platform works. Jack Dorsey, the social media site’s chief executive, said the company will pay an independent team of as many as five researchers to develop an “open and decentralised standard for social media”. Social media platforms such as Twitter and larger rival Facebook, which generate most of their revenues from advertising, have long come under fire for the way in which their computer programs reward extreme and provocative content because it captures the attention of users.

  • Financial Times

    US hits Iran’s biggest airline and shipping group with sanctions

    The US has imposed sanctions on Iran’s biggest shipping company and largest airline for allegedly helping Tehran develop ballistic missiles in contravention of UN sanctions. Mike Pompeo, secretary of state, on Wednesday announced the sanctions on the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) and its China-based subsidiary, E-Sail Shipping, as well as Mahan Air. The sanctions on the entities, which are already subject to other US punitive actions, are being imposed under an executive order aimed at stopping the development and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD).

  • Investing.com

    Westpac Braces Annual General Meeting as Money Laundering Scandal Looms

    Investing.com - Shareholders of Australia-listed Westpac Banking Corp (ASX:WBC) will gather at an annual general meeting on Thursday as the bank faces a money laundering scandal.

  • Financial Times

    Deal reached on revised USMCA trade pact

    in Mexico City after Nancy Pelosi and Donald Trump finally reached an agreement removing obstacles to US ratification of the treaty replacing Nafta. The ceremony in Mexico’s National Palace on Tuesday came just over a year after leaders of the North American countries signed the new trade agreement in Buenos Aires.

  • Financial Times

    Donald Trump puts Tokyo under pressure to choose US fighter jet over rival BAE

    The Trump administration is pressuring Japan to choose a US defence company to develop jointly a replacement for its F-2 fighter jets as Tokyo considers a British alternative to cut its reliance on American weapons. Pentagon officials have stepped up talks with Japan amid concerns the US could lose out to BAE Systems, the UK defence contractor developing a sixth generation Tempest stealth fighter, according to three people familiar with discussions about the F-3 programme.

  • Financial Times

    The legacy and lessons of Paul Volcker

    It embodied the former US Federal Reserve chairman’s virtues and his values. It is impossible to enjoy a stable polity without public servants of his quality and, as important, without a public who know they need public servants of this quality.

  • Financial Times

    Saving the African grey parrot: the battle to beat the pet smugglers

    The first thing to know about the African grey parrot is that it is not entirely grey. Unfortunately for the African grey, these are the least of the species’ problems. A highly intelligent animal capable of mimicking human speech and which can live in captivity up to the age of 60, it has also been a sought-after pet since biblical times.

  • Financial Times

    How to find out what employees really think

    On the eve of the battle of Agincourt, Shakespeare has King Henry V walking unrecognised among his troops where he hears some harsh words. When he provocatively says that he would be happy to die for the king because the cause is just, one soldier, Michael Williams, tells him “that’s more than we know” and that, for those who die, “it will be a black matter for the king that led them to it”. Chief executives today, and monarchs for that matter, are too photographed and filmed to circulate incognito which means they don’t often find out what their staff think of them or the business.

  • Financial Times

    Democrats unveil two articles of impeachment against Trump

    House Democrats have unveiled two articles of impeachment against Donald Trump, accusing the US president of committing “high crimes and misdemeanours” by abusing his power and obstructing Congress. into his political rival Joe Biden and to probe a discredited theory that Ukraine, rather than Russia, had interfered in the 2016 presidential race.

  • Australia's Westpac faces investor rage after exploitation payment scandal
    Reuters

    Australia's Westpac faces investor rage after exploitation payment scandal

    Australia's Westpac Banking Corp faces a showdown with investors at its annual meeting this week, seeking to hold back an avalanche of outrage over a money laundering scandal that includes accusations of enabling child exploitation payments. The chairman, CEO and compliance chief of Australia's oldest and second-largest bank have quit since the bombshell disclosure three weeks ago. The company also faces a possible vote against its executive pay for a second year under Australia's "two strike" rule.

  • Jack Dorsey will face more pressure in 2020 to step down from Twitter or Square
    Yahoo Finance

    Jack Dorsey will face more pressure in 2020 to step down from Twitter or Square

    Jack Dorsey's plan to live in Africa for 3-6 months in 2020, plus Twitter's stock performance, is prompting calls for him to step down as CEO.

  • Financial Times

    Why Europe will choose the US over China

    For the first time ever, it mentioned China, stating that Beijing’s growing influence poses challenges that “we need to address together as an alliance”. With the US and China locked into an increasingly heated rivalry, the Nato meeting signalled that — slowly, hesitantly — America’s European allies are beginning to swing behind the US. The key issue to watch here is Huawei, the Chinese telecoms firm, that is bidding to build 5G broadband networks across the world.

  • Moving Average Crossover Alert: Westpac Banking
    Zacks

    Moving Average Crossover Alert: Westpac Banking

    Westpac Banking could be a stock to avoid from a technical perspective, as the firm is seeing unfavorable trends on the moving average crossover front.

  • Australia's Westpac makes first court appearance for money-laundering hearing
    Reuters

    Australia's Westpac makes first court appearance for money-laundering hearing

    A Federal Court had adjourned proceedings on the case, brought about by regulator AUSTRAC, to be further listed for a hearing in late February or early March next year, the lender said in a statement to the Australian stock exchange. AUSTRAC commenced proceedings against the lender on Nov. 20 for breaches of anti-money laundering laws, saying the banking giant ignored red flags and for years enabled payments from convicted child sex offenders and "high risk" countries.

  • Financial Times

    The middle way has failed: UK moderates must win back Labour and the Tories

    The political space between Boris Johnson’s Conservatives and Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour has rarely been greater, yet hopes of a Liberal Democrat-led centrist revival fade with each new poll. There are many reasons, but the brutal truth about the British voting system is that the very times when the country most needs another option are those when the electoral order works most effectively against that outcome. The period of greatest Liberal Democrat success was the Blair era.

  • Financial Times

    How women are failed by thoughtless design

    last week for Invisible Women, I had to interview her for a short video. Admittedly, this is a far from perfect example of the embedded bias that Ms Criado Perez attacks so successfully. Invisible Women lays out in cool, data-backed detail how more women die as a result of using default male crash test dummies for cars or succumb to heart attack, because tests, technology and research have in the past skewed towards men.

  • Financial Times

    The painful truth about feedback at work

    It was an unremarkable press release, except for the bit at the end that explained what Bridgewater was, and how the firm had “a culture of radical truth and radical transparency”. The critic has a duty to entertain and let potential audiences know if they should part with their cash.

  • Financial Times

    How to take back control from the Big Tech barons

    It’s a question that’s been on my mind because of a recent conversation I had with a famous technology investor in Silicon Valley. Railroad tycoon Thomas Scott allegedly helped tip the 1876 presidential race to Rutherford B Hayes by using his wealth and connections to secure Hayes southern political support in exchange for his blessing Scott’s efforts to create the second transcontinental railroad. The deal done, Hayes was inaugurated four days later, having ridden to Washington aboard Scott’s private railway car.

  • Financial Times

    Elon Musk wins defamation case over ‘pedo guy’ tweet

    Elon Musk won his defence against a charge of defamation on Friday afternoon, when a jury in Los Angeles found for the Tesla boss after less than an hour of deliberation. Vernon Unsworth, a British diver, had sought $190m in damages over tweets Mr Musk sent last year that included calling him “pedo guy”. “My faith in humanity is restored,” Mr Musk said as he left the court.