Wednesday Morning’s Top Stories Before The Opening Bell – Mike Swanson (04/17/2019)

Netflix attracts a record number of new subscribers, but the stock isn’t reacting like usual – Market Watch

Netflix now expects to burn through $3.5 billion in cash this year. That’s about $500 million more than it previously forecast. – Business Insider

Pinterest, Zoom to price IPO — What to know in markets Wednesday – Yahoo Finance

China’s first-quarter growth unexpectedly steadies, but too early to call clear recovery – Reuters

Cause for jubilation is very much exaggerated as global markets are sleepwalking in unison toward a cliff’s edge. Here’s why – South China Morning Post

Exclusive: U.S. waters down demand China ax subsidies in push for trade deal – sources – Reuters

Jimmy Carter Took Call About China From Concerned Donald Trump: ‘China Has Not Wasted a Single Penny on War’ – NewsweekTrump vetoes bill to end U.S. involvement in Yemen civil war – CBS News

February’s Budget Deficit Was the Largest in American History – Reason

The American Empire Is the Sick Man of the 21st Century – Foreign Policy

As deficit soars, bond investors embrace ‘Sugar Daddy’ fiscal policy – Yahoo Finance

The most heavily shorted ETFs in the market are soaring – CNBC

At Wells Fargo, More Financial Advisors Exit – Barrons

U.S. handbags, shovels on $20 billion EU tariff list over Boeing – Reuters

The retail apocalypse has claimed 6,000 US stores in 2019 so far, more than the total number to shut down in all of 2018 – This Is Insider

Kim Jong Un’s ‘princess’ sister may have been kicked out of North Korea’s ruling body, suggesting a fall from favor – Business Insider

What ‘Game of Thrones’ Teaches Us About Intelligence – Defense One



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