Home Daily News Headline Wednesday Morning’s Top Stories Before The Opening Bell – Mike Swanson (07/10/2019)

Wednesday Morning’s Top Stories Before The Opening Bell – Mike Swanson (07/10/2019)

Powell Testimony In Focus as Global Growth Slows, Trump Pressure Accelerates – TheStreet

Blackstone strategist: Market is too dovish on Fed policy, will lead to up to 15% correction – CNBC

With home runs flying out at a record pace, Major Leaguers wonder if baseballs have been ‘juiced’ – MarketWatch

Trump’s Concern About Strengthening Dollar Shows Up in Fed Interviews – Bloomberg

Gold’s Next Massive Rally Will See The Metal Head Towards $1,500, Says TD Securities – Kitco

A Red Flag For Oil? China’s Crude Consumption Is Faltering – OilPrice.com

Hang On, The Wild Ride Has Just Begun for U.S. Crop Prices – Hoosier Ag Today

Uber offers riders more legroom, less chatting at a price – Associated Press

Activist, critic of Communist Party arrested for ‘promoting terrorism’ – South China Morning Post

Apple starts China app development program – SeekingAlpha

Nintendo’s Dr. Mario World mobile game is live and it’s my new summer addiction – CNet

Levi Strauss sinks after missing profit estimates, blames the cost of its recent IPO (LEVI) – Business Insider

Jeffrey Epstein prosecutors aided by ‘excellent investigative journalism’ – Politico

Acosta on shaky ground as GOP support wavers – The Hill

Dunford: US Will Provide Intel, Not Escorts, In Strait Of Hormuz – Defense One

Princess Hassa bint Salman of Saudi Arabia faces verdict in workman’s beating at her Paris, France luxury apartment today – CBS News

Saudi princess allegedly made French repairman kiss her feet – NY Post

George R.R. Martin reveals 5 new facts about HBO’s Game of Thrones prequel – Entertainment Weekly

Kate Beckinsale showcases small waist, fit physique in mirror selfie – Fox News

Social Media Addiction May Increase Suicide Rates Among Adolescents, Experts Say – International Business Times

5 Apps to Help Curb Your Kid’s Social Media Addiction – SheKnows