MarketWatch – January 15, 2016


Here’s a look at the markets for January 15, 2016….

The Nikkei is down 94 points today in trading in Japan.
Stocks rallied on Wall Street Thursday.
The Dow added 227 points
The Nasdaq gained 88.

Go Pro had a rough holiday season and poor sales have led the company to cut about a hundred jobs.
The maker of wearable cameras reported revenue for the last three months of 20-15 dropped 30 percent from the same period the year before.
The company said sales were weak even though it cut the price of its latest camera in half.

Southern Comfort’s parent company says it is selling the brand as part of a deal worth nearly $544 million.
Brown-Forman said southern comfort will be sold to rival company Sazerac.
The iconic liquor brand has struggled in recent years.

Green milk has hit store shelves to celebrate the Green Bay Packers post season run.
Minnesota based dairy company Kemps is bottling the colored dairy beverage.
The limited-edition Packers Power Pint doesn’t taste like regular milk though – its vanilla-flavored.

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