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Apple set to report Q2 earnings after Tuesday market close

on April 30, 2019

Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Brian Sozzi join Santosh Rao, Manhattan Venture Partners Technology Analyst & Head of Research to preview Apple’s Q2 earnings.


Bloomberg Markets: The Open 4/29/19

on April 29, 2019

Jonathan Ferro highlights the market moving news you need to know heading into the Opening Bell on Wall Street. Santosh Rao joins the program to talk about the market for late stage private tech and Uber’s upcoming IPO. (Source: Bloomberg)


Uber IPO valued between US$90B-US$100B actually reasonable: Santosh Rao

on April 26, 2019

Santosh Rao, Head of Research at Manhattan Venture Partners, joins BNN Bloomberg to weigh in on the Uber’s IPO valuation.


Pinterest, Zoom surge in market debuts | Money Talks

on April 22, 2019

Unicorns may be mythical creatures but investors bought into them in a big way on Thursday, when two of the tech variety made their Wall Street debut. In the investment world, a unicorn is a privately-held start-up with a value of at least a-billion dollars, and the listings of two such firms – Pinterest and Zoom – saw investors lining-up for their shares despite doubts over their long-term prospects. For more on the listing, we spoke to Santosh Rao in New York. He’s head of research at Manhattan Venture Partners. #ScrapBooking #Zoom #Pinterest


US, China conclude eighth round of trade talks | Money Talks

on April 12, 2019

The US and China have extended trade talks for another month with officials from both sides confident they will iron out differences soon. Mobin Nasir takes a look at what a trade deal between the world’s two largest economies would look like. For more on this, Santosh Rao joined us from New York. He’s head of research at Manhattan Venture Partners. #TradeDeal #USChina #Tariffs


Big Investors Unmoved by Lyft Stock’s Dip

on April 1, 2019

Lyft’s shares dropped more than 11 percent Monday morning, the ride-haling company’s second day of trading on the Nasdaq, with the stock falling below its initial public offering price of $72. But the stock’s dive should not be a concern for large investors, said Rashaun Williams, general partner at Manhattan Venture Partners.


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