• Reuters16 hours ago

    FOREX-Euro drops as German investor morale darkens, Swiss franc nears 2019 high

    The euro fell on Tuesday after signs of deteriorating sentiment among German investors, although the prospect of more central bank easing - starting with the Federal Reserve later this month - meant another day of small, contained currency moves. The ZEW economic sentiment survey in Germany deteriorated more sharply than expected in July, with the ZEW institute pointing to the unresolved trade dispute between China and the United States as well as political tensions with Iran. The Swiss franc, which as a perceived safe haven has benefited from concerns about the euro zone economy, rose 0.2% to 1.1059 francs per euro, a one-month high and not far from two-year highs of 1.1057 touched in June.

  • Gold Price Forecast – Gold markets continue to consolidate
    FX Empire10 hours ago

    Gold Price Forecast – Gold markets continue to consolidate

    Because of this, Gold is struggling to price itself but it certainly has momentum to the upside. Gold Outlook Video 17.07.19 I have $25 increments marked on the chart, which seems to be the areas that gold pays attention to, so I look at areas such as the $1400 level as potential buying opportunities. However, I am going to wait for a daily close is to place a trade in the gold market.

  • Financial Times19 hours ago

    AG Barr falls flat on cold weather, higher prices and less sugar

    p A profit warning from AG Barr saw its shares collapse 28 per cent to their lowest level in more than two years as the maker of Irn-Bru blamed a lack of Scottish sunshine for a drop in sales. p AG Barr had enjoyed a bumper summer in 2018, with hot temperatures and lower prices fuelling a surge in soft drink sales.

  • 3 Dow Jones Stocks to Buy for the Next Decade
    InvestorPlace8 hours ago

    3 Dow Jones Stocks to Buy for the Next Decade

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average may be a fundamentally flawed index in terms of how it's weighted — choosing to use price rather than the market cap — but in terms of what companies are in the index, the Dow Jones can't be beat. Dow Jones stocks represent the “Bedrock of America” and some of the most important companies on the planet. There's a reason why financial media still quotes the close and movements of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

  • TheStreet.com18 hours ago

    Jim Cramer: Even if Slowdown Hits, You'll Look Good With These Six Stocks

    What are some stocks that you can buy or at least get ready to buy, like PepsiCo , if you are of the opinion that the world really is slowing and the Fed can't change the equation? The first is Estee Lauder Companies . Here is a company that is run by one of the best executives I have ever met, Fabrizio Freda, late of Procter & Gamble , who has taken this prestigious brand and made it the most-loved makeup company around the world.

  • Cintas Earnings: CTAS Stock Surges as Profit Gains Nearly 20%
    InvestorPlace5 hours ago

    Cintas Earnings: CTAS Stock Surges as Profit Gains Nearly 20%

    This marked a 19.7% gain when compared to its profit of $189.3 million, or $1.68 per share year-over-year. Cintas added that its net profit from continuing operations, when adjusted for non-recurring items, tallied up to $2.07 per share, nearly 17% higher than the earnings from the year-ago period. This was higher than the growth that Wall Street predicted.

  • The Leveraged-Loan Collapse That  Reveals a Key Risk in the Credit Market
    Bloomberg7 hours ago

    The Leveraged-Loan Collapse That Reveals a Key Risk in the Credit Market

    Almost overnight, a $693 million loan Clover Technologies took to the market five years ago lost about a third of its value. The startling nosedive stung even sophisticated investors, people who deal in the arcane business of trading corporate loans. Bloomberg's Lisa Lee has more on "Bloomberg Markets."

  • Lands' End views settlement talks as 'premature' in Delta uniform lawsuit
    American City Business Journals5 hours ago

    Lands' End views settlement talks as 'premature' in Delta uniform lawsuit

    Lands' End Inc. is likely to ask for dismissal of at least some claims in a lawsuit over uniforms it created for Delta Air Lines Inc. The Dodgeville-based retailer of casual apparel and uniforms was sued in May by two flight attendants over the “Passport Plum” uniforms designed by Zac Posen. In their complaint, plaintiffs Monica DeCrescentis and Gwyneth Gilbert allege the uniforms caused a slew of problems, including skin rashes, headaches, fatigue, breathing difficulties, hair loss and nausea. DeCrescentis and Gilbert allege negligence, design defect, manufacturing defect and failure to warn, among other claims.

  • Barrons.com15 hours ago

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Husband Bought Up Salesforce Stock Options

    Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi recently disclosed that her husband, Paul Pelosi, bought (CRM) stock options in June. Paul Pelosi, a businessman and investor, paid $150,002 to $350,000 in June for a total of 100 Salesforce (ticker: CRM) call options, according to a regulatory form Speaker Pelosi filed. Each option contract Paul Pelosi purchased gives him the right to buy shares of the cloud-computing company for $140 each, and that right expires June 19, 2020.

  • Here's a lesson for 401(k) investors: Don't just save, save to create wealth
    USA TODAY7 hours ago

    Here's a lesson for 401(k) investors: Don't just save, save to create wealth

    My mom, Tobie, worked two jobs, seven days a week from the time my dad walked out on my 10th birthday until she was almost 70 years old. You cannot save your way to wealth. You must save to invest to create wealth.

  • How Oxy might change under Icahn
    American City Business Journals2 days ago

    How Oxy might change under Icahn

    Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn — the man behind Icahn Enterprises LP (NYSE: IEP) — is trying to gather support for a hostile takeover of Houston-based Occidental Petroleum Corp.'s (NYSE: OXY) board, but the direction he and his representatives would take the company if they manage to win is still murky. Step one would probably be to find a way out of the upcoming acquisition of The Woodlands-based Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: APC), said Andrew Dittmar, an analyst with Austin-based Drillinginfo.

  • Fifth Third slams the door on financing private prison companies
    American City Business Journals13 hours ago

    Fifth Third slams the door on financing private prison companies

    Fifth Third Bancorp is ending its role in financing the private prison system, becoming the latest in a series of banks to make that move. Downtown Cincinnati-based Fifth Third (Nasdaq: FITB), the largest locally based bank and the nation's 10th-largest U.S.-based consumer bank, has decided to stop financing companies that manage private prisons and immigration holding facilities. “As part of Fifth Third's social and reputation risk reviews of the industries that we serve, we have been carefully evaluating our role in providing financing to companies that manage private prisons and immigration holding facilities,” Fifth Third said in a statement.

  • Fed Pushing on a String as Credit Market Poses Significant Risk, Ex-Cantor CEO Says
    Bloomberg7 hours ago

    Fed Pushing on a String as Credit Market Poses Significant Risk, Ex-Cantor CEO Says

    Shawn Matthews, Hondius Capital Management chief investment officer and former Cantor Fitzgerald chief executive officer, discusses the risk in credit markets and Federal Reserve monetary policy with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg Markets."

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    LiveRamp Climbs; Morgan Stanley Initiates at Overweight

    Shares of LiveRamp Holdings climbed 3.6% to $50.35 Monday after Morgan Stanley initiated coverage of the identity-resolution-platform company with an overweight rating. "The key to this capability is LiveRamp's IdentityLink software that converts a customer's list of people (customers or prospects) into unique LiveRamp identifiers, removing all references to personally identifiable information," Zlotsky wrote. Zlotsky wrote that LiveRamp's capability to be the "Switzerland" in a crowded digital marketing landscape has attracted 665 customers.

  • How a Roth IRA Works After Retirement
    Investopedia2 days ago

    How a Roth IRA Works After Retirement

    In recent years, the Roth IRA has skyrocketed in popularity with Americans looking to squirrel away money for retirement. Since they require you to pay taxes on contributions—but none on distributions—Roth IRAs work well for those expecting to be in a higher tax bracket in the future and/or when they retire. Keep reading to learn how a Roth IRA works after retirement.

  • Core Inflation Rises but Fed Is Going to Cut Rates. Will Gold Gain?
    FX Empire11 hours ago

    Core Inflation Rises but Fed Is Going to Cut Rates. Will Gold Gain?

    Maybe this is because we are not working at the central bank, but we struggle to see why lower energy prices should be negative for the economy and the reason for the Fed to adopt a more accommodative monetary policy. Shouldn't the central bank focus on core inflation, which strips out volatile food and energy prices? After all, this is what the FOMC does when the prices go up, but apparently it does not work the same way both ways.

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    [video]Barrick Gold Awarded Nearly $6B in Pakistan Arbitration Case

    Barrick Gold Corp. said Monday it has been awarded nearly $6 billion in damages related to a 2011 arbitration case involving it and a partner being denied a mining lease in Pakistan. Toronto-based Barrick announced on Monday that the World Bank International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, or ICSID, has awarded $5.8 billion to Tethyan Copper Company Pty Limited (TCC), a joint venture held equally by Barrick and Antofagasta PLC, in relation to arbitration claims filed against the Islamic Republic of Pakistan after the companies were denied a mining lease for their Reko Diq project in Pakistan in 2011.

  • Will Alibaba Stock Soar Thanks to Its Hong Kong Listing?
    InvestorPlace16 hours ago

    Will Alibaba Stock Soar Thanks to Its Hong Kong Listing?

    Despite trade tensions between the U.S. and China and Altaba (NASDAQ:AABA) liquidating its stake in Alibaba (NYSE:BABA), Alibaba stock has done very well in 2019, rising 21% year-to-date. According to Bloomberg, Alibaba has filed confidentially for a Hong Kong listing in what could be the territory's biggest listing sale since 2010. Although the final fundraising target isn't finalized, Alibaba could raise as much as $20 billion from the listing.

  • The Best Way to Make a Fortune in the Stock Market
    InvestorPlace9 hours ago

    The Best Way to Make a Fortune in the Stock Market

    An enormous shift is coming in the stock market … I am not talking about a crisis or a bear market — though the market's December drop does play a role in it. The shift I'm talking about will bankrupt many investors who've made gobs of money during this historic bull market over the past 10 years … and make millionaires out of a totally different type of investor. Whether you are one of those millionaires will depend entirely on your understanding of history.

  • U.S.News & World Report2 days ago

    19 Part-Time Retirement Jobs That Pay Well

    Nurse practitioners can conduct physical exams, prescribe medications, order medical tests and diagnose health problems. Most nurse practitioners have a master's degree, although some earn a doctor of nursing practice or Ph.D. These advanced-practice registered nurses can command a high median salary of $54.78 per hour. The BLS projects a 31% increase in nurse practitioner positions by 2026.

  • How Much Do I Need to Retire?
    Investopedia6 hours ago

    How Much Do I Need to Retire?

    Recent research from Schwab Retirement Plan Services illustrates two things: First, 401(k) participants believe they need $1.7 million, on average, to retire. There may be multiple causes, but not knowing how much to save, when to save it, and how to make those savings grow with the most efficiency can go a long way toward creating retirement account shortfalls. As a result, most 401(k) participants (54%) tend to put additional retirement funds in a savings account instead of another investment account such as an IRA, brokerage account, or health savings account (despite its name, an HSA has numerous important advantages over ordinary savings accounts).

  • Health care 'Cadillac Tax' repeal bill up for vote Wednesday
    Yahoo Finance7 hours ago

    Health care 'Cadillac Tax' repeal bill up for vote Wednesday

    Congress will be voting Wednesday on a repeal of what is known as the “Cadillac Tax”—a provision of the Affordable Care Act which would place a 40% tax on employer-sponsored health care plans which provide excess benefits. The tax was supposed to be a funding source and would include 40% on anything greater than the value of health insurance benefits surpassing approximately $11,200 for individuals and $30,150 for families in 2022, according to the Tax Foundation. If the bill passes, it would bring a moment of stability during a continuously unpredictable time in health care policy and politics.

  • 4 ‘Strong Buy’ Biotechs With Big 3Q19 Catalysts
    TipRanks12 hours ago

    4 ‘Strong Buy’ Biotechs With Big 3Q19 Catalysts

    The company already has one drug on the market (for primary biliary cirrhosis), and recently released positive results from the Phase 3 REGENERATE trial in NASH Fibrosis. Nash is a chronic condition in which the buildup of fat and inflammation in the liver may eventually lead to severe scarring called fibrosis. It is currently the second leading cause of liver transplant in the US- making it a very lucrative opportunity for drug companies.

  • Benzinga9 hours ago

    Canadian Pacific Chugs Higher On Q2 Earnings Beat

    Canadian Pacific Railway (NYSE: CP) on Tuesday reported second-quarter earnings of $4.30 per share, which beat the analyst consensus estimate of $3.20. This is a 74.8% increase over earnings of $2.46 per share from the same period last year. The company reported quarterly sales of $1.98 billion, which beat the analyst consensus estimate of $1.5 billion.

  • 22 Big Companies Are In Recession; Do You Own Them?
    Investor's Business Daily14 hours ago

    22 Big Companies Are In Recession; Do You Own Them?

    It's strange to talk about recession as the stock market is hitting all-time highs and earnings season is heating up. But recession is here now for a number of large companies — like Western Digital and Nvidia stock — a reminder why long-term investors need diversification. There are 22 companies in the Standard & Poor's 500, also including Franklin Resources and Macy's, already feeling the pains of contraction.


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