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GE is trading at its lowest level since the financial crisis (GE)

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Shares of General Electric sank 2.7% Wednesday, to hit $12.01, the stock’s lowest level since the financial crisis in 2009.

GE’s gross profit has fallen significantly from $59.19 billion in 2010 to just $11.49 billion in 2017. The stock has fallen in step.

CEO John Flannery, who took over last year from Jeff Immelt, has promised to "maintain a disciplined financial policy” that so far has involved slashing the company’s once-dependable dividend yield and selling or spinning off underperforming units like healthcare and oil and gas.

Flannery has trimmed the once-sprawling conglomerate down to three main industries: aviation, which produces jet engines; power, which supplies power plant turbines; and renewable energy, which makes wind turbines. Together, these three units generate about $71 billion in annual revenue, the Boston Globe reported.

"We are aggressively driving forward as an aviation, power and renewable energy company—three highly complementary businesses poised for future growth," Flannery said in a June press release.  "We will continue to improve our operations and balance sheet as we make GE simpler and stronger."

Wall Street appears to be slightly convinced of Flannery’s turnaround efforts, giving the stock an average price target of $15.75, 30% above where the stock was trading Wednesday.

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Tyler Winklevoss: ‘It Will Take Time’ for Wall Street to Make Crypto Jump

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Crypto exchange Gemini CEO Tyler believes “it will take time” for the majority of Wall Street to enter the cryptocurrency sector. The Winklevoss brothers also said they won’t be slowing down anytime soon after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rejected their proposal for a Bitcoin ETF recently, speaking in a Bloomberg interview. It’s been

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The world's biggest marijuana stock is surging after a $4 billion investment from the maker of Corona (CGC)

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Canopy Growth, the largest publicly traded marijuana company, fell short of Wall Street’s earnings expectations on Tuesday, but news of a new investment overshadowed the larger-than-expected loss. 

Shares of the Canadian company surged more than 50% in early trading Wednesday after Canopy announced Constellation Brands — the $42 billion company behind Corona — had upped its investment in the marijuana grower by $4 billion and now owns a 38% stake.

Canopy Growth said in a press release that the proceeds will allow it to "strategically build and/or acquire key assets needed to establish global scale in the nearly 30 countries pursuing a federally permissible medical cannabis program, while also rapidly laying the global foundation needed for new recreational cannabis markets."

In an interview with Business Insider in July, Canopy Growth's CEO, Bruce Linton, explained he wouldn't have chosen just any alcohol brand to work with, but that Constellation's entrepreneurial spirit made it stand out despite its $42 billion market cap.

"Part of the reason we like them isn't just because they're a diversified beverage maker — meaning they do beer, wine, and spirits — but because they're actually entrepreneurial," he said. 

"Why are you having a beverage on a Friday night? It's about a social lubricant. I think they didn't view themselves as a beverage company so much as an entity that provides those occasions with some kind of lift if you will — and that's an easy way to look at cannabis, not as a threat, but as an alternative or additional."

Constellation shares rose about 3.7% in early trading following the announcement. 

For the first quarter of 2019 (ended June 30,2018), Canopy posted a loss of $0.40 a share, far outpacing the $0.11 loss that was expected. Revenue also fell short of the expected $26.33 million, at $25.9 million.

"With our unparalleled success in Canada and Europe, Spectrum Cannabis’ expanding global operational footprint now covering 11 countries, our active regulatory and global market development efforts, as well as approvals to proceed with the first of many planned clinical trials of cannabis-based medical therapies for both humans and animals, our leadership position in international medical cannabis markets continues to strengthen,” Bruce Linton, Canopy’s chief executive, said in a press release.

Linton also said 36% of Canopy’s total supply was now committed to its home country of Canada. When Canada's government voted to legalize marijuana throughout the country earlier this year, Canopy’s stock surged. But in as nascent an industry as cannabis, shares took a 5% hit on Tuesday when the province of Ontario, home of Canada's largest city, said it would delay the roll out of private retail stores.

Wednesday’s gains, if materialized when markets open, could easily take Canopy’s stock price past Wall Street’s $30 target, as high as $37.

Canopy is up 29% this year.

*An earlier version of this article misstated the size of Constellation's $4 billion investment. 

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Macy's beats and raises its guidance, but shares are down more than 5% (M)

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Macy's reported second-quarter results that topped Wall Street estimates and raised its outlook for earnings and sales for the full year. However shares are down more than 5% ahead of the opening bell as the better than expected results came as sales slumped.  

The retailer earned an adjusted $0.70 a share, beating the $0.50 that Wall Street analysts surveyed by Bloomberg were anticipating. Net sales in the second quarter dropped 1.1% to $5.57 billion, from $5.64 billion, but beat the $5.55 billion that was expected.

The company also reported comparable sales on an owned basis that were flat in the second quarter versus a year ago.

"Our strategic initiatives are gaining traction," Macy's Chairman and CEO Jeff Gennette said in the earnings release.

"They contributed to our first half results and will continue to have a positive impact on our performance in the back half of the year. This, combined with continued strong execution and a healthy consumer spending environment, gives us confidence to raise sales and earnings guidance for fiscal 2018,” said Gennette.

Macy's now expects to earn an adjusted $3.95 to $4.15 a share in fiscal 2018, up from its previous estimate of $3.75 to $3.95. Wall Street was hoping for full-year earnings of $3.85. 

As for full-year sales, the retailer sees them flat to up 0.7% versus a year ago. It previously forecast a drop of 1% to an uptick of 0.5%.

Macy's shares were up 66% this year through Tuesday. 

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Commodities are getting slammed as Turkey's economic crisis causes chaos in markets

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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  • Commodity prices across the board sell off on emerging market crisis contagion fears and a stronger dollar.
  • Industrial metals in particular are suffering, with copper falling to its lowest level in more than a year.
  • Oil is also falling, pushed lower by a combination of contagion and rising inventories.
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Commodities across the board are selling off on Wednesday as the emerging market currency crisis continues to wreak havoc in global markets.

Metals in particular are suffering as a higher dollar caused by the EM currency sell-off pushes commodity prices sharply lower.

Copper is being hit, dropping to a low not seen in over a year. The industrial metal, used in electronics and wiring, is down by close to 4% at 11.50 a.m. BST (6.50 a.m. ET), trading at just $5,884 per metric tonne, according to Markets Insider data. It has not been below $6,000 since summer 2017.

Other metals are also feeling the pain, with aluminium down 3%, lead losing 2.9%, and platinum falling 3.3% on the day.

Here's the scoreboard for industrial metals:

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Oil is also having a bad day, dropping thanks to a combination of emerging market woes, and news out of Saudi Arabia that it is considering ending recent increases in production.

Prices per barrel for West Texas Intermediate oil are down 0.86% to $66.06.

"There are signs that the dominant OPEC member sees risks of a return to oversupply," Ken Odeluga, market analyst at City Index said in an email.

"With global cyclical indicators beginning to warn in chorus that growth outside of the United States will become more uneven and slower on approach to 2019, oil demand is expected to moderate, at least."

Odeluga pointed in particular to the recent data on increasing oil stocks in the USA. On Monday, for instance, data from market research firm Genscape showed inventories at the Cushing delivery hub for WTI rose by 1.7 million barrels in the week ending August 10.

Commodity prices dislike a strong dollar, and thanks to the growing crisis in Turkey, which risks contagion in other emerging markets, the greenback has rallied sharply in recent days. The Dollar Index, which tracks the dollar against a basket of currencies, has risen close to 2% in the last week, and is trading at its highest level since last June.

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Bitcoin and Ethereum Rise 6% as Market Rebounds During Dark Skies

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Over the past 12 hours, Bitcoin and Ethereum have risen by more than 6 percent in value, but some analysts are still not convinced about the short-term trend of the crypto market. Generally Positive Sentiment The quick recovery of Bitcoin and Ether, the native cryptocurrency of the Ethereum network, has led the general sentiment of

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Breakdown Over? Bitcoin Indicators Suggest Price Outlook Is Improving

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin looks to have fought off recent bear attacks that saw prices landing just above the yearly low of $5,755.

Regular workers now have to work for 167 years to make as much as CEOs do in one — and the problem is getting worse

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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  • Chief Executive pay at Britain's largest companies grew six times faster than the wider workforce from 2016 to 2017, a review by The High Pay Centre has found.
  • Median pay of bosses rose 11% to £3.9 million while the salaries of employees struggled to keep up with inflation, the study found.
  • It revealed that an employee on a median salary of £23,474 would have to work 167 years to make the same amount that a FTSE 100 boss on median pay makes in a year


Chief executive pay at Britain's largest listed companies grew six times faster than the salaries of the wider workforce, as pay for an average FTSE 100 CEO rose to £3.9 million ($5 million per year).

CEO median pay rose 11% among FTSE 100 bosses in 2017 as remuneration for the rest of the workforce went up by just 1.7%, an annual review by The High Pay Centre has found.

The report revealed that an employee on a median salary of £23,474 would have to work 167 years to make the same amount that a FTSE 100 boss on median pay makes in a year, up from 153 years in 2016.

The CEO’s with the largest pay were Simon Peckham, the boss of corporate turnaround firm Melrose at £42.8 million per year, and Jeff Fairburn of housing and construction firm Persimmon at £47.1 million, more than 20 times his pay in 2016.

The review's median figures give an accurate representation of pay for the middle-of-the road worker and CEO without the risk of being skewed by large and small anomalies at either end of the scale as averages can be.

When calculated by averages the figures are higher still, showing a 23% increase in CEO pay from 2016 to 2017. 

"Investors have repeatedly highlighted their concerns with excessive CEO pay, so it is frustrating that the message does not appear to be getting through to some FTSE 100 boardrooms," Andrew Ninian, director of stewardship and corporate governance at the Investment Association told The Guardian.

This year we have seen more FTSE 100 companies get significant votes against their remuneration reports than in previous years," he added.

The report which was put together by Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development comes after statistics released on Tuesday showed that wage growth in Britain slowed to its weakest rate in 43 years.

Chair of UK Parliament’s House of Commons business committee, Rachel Reeves, said that "Excessive executive pay undermines public trust in business. When CEOs are happily banking ever-larger bonuses while average worker pay is squeezed, then something is going very wrong."

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UK inflation just reversed its downward trend for 2018 — and it's thanks to the cost of video games

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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  • UK rate of consumer price inflation rises to 2.5% in July, up from 2.4% in the previous month, according to the Office for National Statistics.
  • The rise in inflation was down in part to the increased cost of video games in the UK, as well as higher transport fares.
  • CPIH, the ONS' preferred method of measuring inflation was at 2.3% in July, unchanged from the previous month.


LONDON — Inflation in the UK climbed in the month of the July, as had been expected, according to the latest data from the Office for National Statistics released on Wednesday.

The ONS reported that the rate of consumer price inflation, the most watched measure, increased from 2.4% in June, to 2.5% in July, reversing a trend of gradually declining inflation over the course of 2018.

CPIH, the ONS' preferred method of measuring inflation was at 2.3% in July, unchanged from the previous month.

"Transport tickets and fuel, along with often erratic computer game prices, drove up costs for consumers," the ONS' head of inflation, Mike Hardie, said in a statement alongside the data release.

"On the other hand, there was a drop in prices for women’s clothing and footwear, and some financial services," he added.

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Inflation in the UK had been subdued for several years prior to the vote to leave the EU in June 2016. But the vote caused a fall in the value of the pound which pushed up inflation. As the pound has recovered, inflation once again started to fall, dropping from 3% at the end of 2017, to 2.4% last month.

It has now risen again, although the ONS suggested this is likely a blip, noting that computer game prices — which helped drive inflation higher — are "highly variable from month to month."

The latest inflation figures come just 24 hours after the ONS showed that unemployment in the UK has fallen to just 4%, a low not witnessed since the early 1970s. 

Tuesday's data also showed that real wages in the UK continue to grow, although not by much, something that will be made worse by Wednesday's higher inflation reading.

"These figures show that the cost of living squeeze is not yet a thing of the past," Tej Parikh, a senior economist at business lobbyist the Institute of Directors said in an email.

"For households this isn’t good news, as the already weak growth in their pay packets is being further eroded by high prices. This is likely to weigh down consumer spending, posing fresh problems for embattled high street businesses," he added.

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The lira surged 7% after Turkey hit back at US 'attacks' by slapping American cars, alcohol, and tobacco with huge tariffs

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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  • Turkey's currency, the lira, bounced back sharply on Wednesday morning, falling back below six per dollar.
  • It appears that the move was triggered by the introduction of new rules by the BDDK — Turkey's banking watchdog — designed to stop investors betting against domestic assets.
  • The lira remains more than 14% from this time last week.
  • Also on Wednesday, the Turkish government doubled tariffs on a number of US imports, including cars and alcohol.


LONDON — Turkey's downtrodden currency, the lira, surged on Wednesday morning hours after the country's government hit back at what it believes are "deliberate attacks" against its economy by the US, by levying significant tariffs against American goods.

Around 8.00 a.m. BST (3.00 a.m. ET), the lira made a rapid and large upwards movement against the dollar, briefly moving back below six to the dollar, and reversing some of the big downwards moves seen over the last week.

By 8.30 a.m. BST (3.30 a.m. ET) the lira was trading at roughly 6.08 to the dollar. The lira, however, remains more than 14% lower than at this time last week.

It appears that the move was triggered by the introduction of new rules by the BDDK — Turkey's banking watchdog — which, according to a Reuters report, has cut "the limit for Turkish banks’ forex swap, spot and forward transactions with foreign banks to 25 percent of a bank’s equity." This move is designed to make it more difficult for Turkish institutions to buy and sell derivatives in foreign markets, and to prevent investors betting against Turkish assets.

The appreciation of the lira also comes just hours after the Turkish government hit numerous American goods being imported to the country with punitive tariffs.

Tariffs have been doubled on goods including cars, tobacco, and alcohol, while coal, rice, and cosmetic products have also been hit by increases.

American automobiles will now be subject to a tariff of 120%, while alcohol will have a 140% tariff rate. The levy on leaf tobacco is at 60%.

"The import duties were increased on some products, under the principle of reciprocity, in response to the U.S.administration’s deliberate attacks on our economy," Fuat Oktay, Turkey's vice president said, according to numerous translations of a tweet he sent in Turkish.

Earlier in the week, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan asked Turkish citizens to boycott the use of American technology like iPhones, in response to US tariffs levied late last week.

The lira's initial slide came amid rising tensions between the US and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan over trade. US President Donald Trump authorized increased tariffs against Turkey on Friday, in response to Turkey's unwillingness to release an American evangelical pastor, Andrew Brunson, who has been 

Erdogan exacerbated problems with the currency on Friday when he urged citizens to sell dollars and gold in exchange for lira. He doubled down over the weekend, saying there was a "currency plot" against Turkey and arguing that the fall in the lira was not connected to economic fundamentals.

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Prime Trust Enters Crypto Custody Race, Will Hold 'Any' Ethereum Token

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Prime Trust, a Nevada trust company, says it can handle custody for bitcoin, ether and any token issued on ethereum under the ERC-20 standard.

Bitcoin's Taproot Privacy Tech Is Ready – But One Thing's Standing In The Way

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Bitcoin could get better privacy with Taproot, but there's one big obstacle - it can't be deployed until another technology goes through.

Members of Tesla's board of directors are lawyering up as crisis around Elon Musk deepens (TSLA)

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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  • Some members of Tesla's board of directors are hiring lawyers to protect themselves in the ongoing fallout from CEO Elon Musk's public declarations about taking the company private.
  • Fellow board members are also urging Musk to cool it with the public statements about a go-private deal, according to a New York Times story published Tuesday night.
  • By all appearances, Musk has ignored that advice.
  • In the days since he tweeted that a privatization deal was "funding secured," the chief executive has only waded further into murky legal territory, seemingly hashing out the plan in real time, on Tesla's blog and on social media.
  • Tesla is now facing multiple lawsuits over this.

Some Tesla board members are getting nervous while Elon Musk publicly ruminates about taking his electric-car company private — so much that some have hired attorneys to protect themselves from legal exposure, The New York Times reported Tuesday night.

Fellow board members are also urging Musk to cool it with the social media posts about a go-private deal. But by all appearances, Musk has ignored that advice. The chief executive has talked out the plan on Tesla's blog and on Twitter, even as the Securities and Exchange Commission said it was monitoring the situation.

It is unusual for the CEO of a publicly traded company to approach financial strategy the way Musk has in the past week. The company is now facing multiple lawsuits over this.

Musk's online musings have rattled shareholders, and, according to the Times, that anxiety is most tangible among some on the board. Independent members have hired Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison to address the emerging SEC inquiry. A source familiar with the matter cited by the newspaper said the board believes the SEC matter could become a "full-blown investigation."

Three directors have retained the law firm, Latham & Watkins, to assist them with an official proposal from Musk to take Tesla private.

Musk's first tweet about going private reportedly caught the board off guard, The New York Times reported on Monday.

Citing two people familiar with the internal response to Musk's August 7 posting, The Times said the tweet was sent "with little forethought," and that "some members of the board had been totally blindsided" by Musk’s move to announce the plan on Twitter.

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Goldman Sachs, Wall Street Banks Sink $32 Million into Enterprise Blockchain Startup

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We may, as Lightning Labs CEO Elizabeth Stark said earlier this year, be entering a “bitcoin not blockchain” world, but the global banking cabal isn’t ready to capitulate on its support for enterprise blockchain products just yet. Indeed, Axoni, an enterprise blockchain startup founded in 2013, has just concluded a $32 million Series B funding

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CBOE President Cautiously Hopeful on Bitcoin ETF Prospects Despite SEC Action

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CBOE Global Markets Inc. could well become the first company to win approval for a bitcoin ETF, but whether that coveted accomplishment materializes remains to be seen. For his part, Chris Concannon, CBOE’s president and CEO, said that he is optimistic that the Securities and Exchange Commission will grant his wish, but he recognizes that … Continued

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Ether Price Analysis: Historic Support Breaks, Leads to Signs of Capitulation

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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In two short weeks, ETHUSD has devalued by 50% of its market value. With little to no relief for the underwater bulls, ether seems to be accelerating downward as buyer confidence is lacking and showing signs of capitulation. The entire crypto market, as a whole, is showing signs of capitulation as many alts have seen similar devaluations in shorter periods of time than ETHUSD. Similar to many other coins, ether is penetrating long-held support with very little ease:

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Figure 1: ETH-USD, 1-Day Candles, Macro Trend

As a general idea of just how extended the market is, take a look at the 50 EMA (the blue curve) in the image above. The 50 EMA acts as a fast-acting equilibrium curve that shows the price relative to its price history. Currently, the market is highly separated from its equilibrium. Often, when this happens, the market goes through a capitulation phase that has a very strong reaction causing both short profit taking and bottom-callers to shove the price strongly back in the direction it came from.

The 127% Fib extension of the most recent bullish rally on ETHUSD reveals a likely target for this capitulation. Historically, this price level (the $230 area) has also served as a key area for buyer interest to step in:

ethfig2Figure 2: ETH-USD, Daily Candles, 127% Fib Extension

Our current trend is showing an expansion of volume and price spread — very similar to the two v-bottom reversals shown above. Right now, it’s nearly impossible to tell where the true bottom will be, but I would find it highly unlikely to not see a snapback from this strong round of selling across the crypto market.

Something else that’s noteworthy about this move is the recent bear flag ether broke out of:
ethfig3Figure 3: ETH-USD, Daily Candles, Bear Flag Target

Currently, we are sitting at the very price target of the bear flag shown above. While that is not entirely a bullish signal, it doesn’t give a bit of hope toward the argument of a potential V-bottom reversal. If we continue to drop without any relief for the bulls, it is only a matter of time before the market overextends and rebounds from the so-called “weak hands” capitulating.

Summary:

  1. ETHUSD devalued by 50% in two weeks.
  2. It is currently seeing expanding volume and expanding price spread as it continues to accelerate its descent.
  3. The price target of the bear flag it broke south of has already been realized and there was little demand stepping in as it cruised straight through historically strong support.
  4. A likely bottom, should the market continue to capitulate, lies on the 127% fib extension — the $230 area.

Trading and investing in digital assets like bitcoin and ether is highly speculative and comes with many risks. This analysis is for informational purposes and should not be considered investment advice. Statements and financial information on Bitcoin Magazine and BTC Media related sites do not necessarily reflect the opinion of BTC Media and should not be construed as an endorsement or recommendation to buy, sell or hold. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.


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Billionaire investor George Soros made a big bet on music streaming services, and it looks like it's paying off (SPOT, P)

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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  • Billionaire George Soros' firm made big bets on the music-streaming industry in the second quarter, according to regulatory filings.
  • Soros Investment Management took stakes now worth $178.7 in newly-public Spotify and Pandora, the documents showed.

Billionaire investor George Soros bet big on music-streaming platforms in the second quarter.

His fund, Soros Fund Management, bought 728,700 shares of Spotify currently valued at $122.6 million in the second quarter, according to documents filed Tuesday. It also loaded up on 7.12 million shares of Pandora stock currently valued at $56.1 million, the filing showed. That's a total of $178.7 million invested across the two services.

Although it's not known when exactly Soros took these positions, Spotify spiked 27% in the period from its initial public offering at $132 per share through the end of June. It's since risen another 15%. Meanwhile, Pandora soared 57% in the second quarter, ending the period at $7.88.

Spotify was Soros' fourth-biggest position at the end of the second quarter, trailing Liberty Broadband ($556.1 million), VICI Properties ($443.7 million), and NXP Semiconductors ($209.9 million).

It's possible Soros exited its position at some point during the first half of the third quarter.

According to the 13F, Soros also made the following decisions in the second quarter:

  • Bought 500,000 shares of Coupa Software, valued at $31.1 million
  • Bought 159,200 shares of Facebook, valued at $30.9 million
  • Sold 5.91 million shares of Kennedy-Wilson, valued at $102.9 million
  • Sold 283,230 shares of Lam Research, valued at $57.5 million

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