Twitter’s Big Opening Provides Company Cash to Grow
Nov. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg West Editor-At-Large Cory Johnson examines what the run up from Twitter’s IPO price of $26 means for the company’s ability to grow and adds perspective on how success on Wall Street differs from success for the company’s service. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.”
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54:45 - For the oil industry, $50 a barrel is a nice start. The big question is what comes next. Crude prices in New York and London briefly breached that long-anticipated barrier Thursday, helped by supply disruptions from Canada to Nigeria and a decline in U.S. production. But it will likely take a rise to at least the mid-$50s -- and signs the rally has staying power -- before oil explorers start feeling secure again, analysts said Thursday. Beaufort Securities Chief Investment Strategist Michael Franklin discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on "Countdown."