The last time we saw today's setup, one group of stocks more than doubled in four years and left U.S. stocks in the dust… It has nothing to do with China. And it might surprise you… European stocks are now dirt-cheap compared with their U.S. counterparts. Based on history, that means we could see an incredible scenario… European stocks could significantly....More>>>
There is an age-old saying in investing in the stock market that earnings drive stock prices. That may be true on the fundamental side of investing theory, but certain mechanics in the market actually drive the markets more than fundamental theory. Quite simply, more money from buyers (inflows) than there are sellers (outflows) will drive the stock market higher. The other side of the coin is that....More>>>
China Biologic Products Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:CBPO) has earned a consensus rating of “Hold” from the six brokerages that are currently covering the stock, Marketbeat reports. Four equities research analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and one has issued a buy rating on the company. The average 1 year price objective among brokerages that have issued ratings on the stock....More>>>
There was good news and bad news for Tesla Inc. (TSLA) on Tuesday, which closed down $3.52, or 1.21%, at $287.69, but was climbing after hours.
The bad news is that Tesla is halting the production of its Model 3 sedan for four to five days in an unexpected move aimed at improving output. The good news is that China is easing its auto regulations and making it easier for foreign....More>>>
Mid cap fabless semiconductor stock Marvell Technology Group Ltd (NASDAQ: MRVL) reported fiscal Q1 2018 earnings after the Thursday market close that beat expectations. Net revenue was $579.180 million versus $519.383 million and net income was $96.970 million versus a net loss of $13.271 million. The CEO commented:
“Marvell executed well in the first quarter of fiscal year 2018 as....More>>>
Here come the tariffs. Is a trade war next?
President Trump signed an order Thursday imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum from nearly all countries, raising fears of a trade war. Trump exempted Mexico and Canada — for now. But if NAFTA talks keep moving at a sluggish pace, Trump warned, those countries could be hit, too. From China to the European Union, the tariffs are expected to....More>>>
A number of places have claimed to be the “next Silicon Valley.” While the one in California won’t go away, New York City, the research triangle in North Carolina and even Detroit say they will draw the best of tech talent due to special opportunities they can provide in the industry. The latest version of Silicon Valley will be in China, according to Ma Huateng, Tencent’s....More>>>
&l;p&g;&l;img class=&q;dam-image ap size-large wp-image-6bd7458043cf44939ffccb0e61179029&q; src=&q;https://specials-images.forbesimg.com/dam/imageserve/6bd7458043cf44939ffccb0e61179029/960×0.jpg?fit=scale&q; data-height=&q;594&q; data-width=&q;960&q;&g; Made in China products are more expensive, and U.S. companies are still paying the price. Markets should get used to higher tariffs, and pick....More>>>
Verastem Inc. (NASDAQ: VSTM) shares saw a handy gain on Wednesday after the company set an exclusive licensing agreement with CSPC Pharmaceutical, a leading pharmaceutical company in China. The deal is to develop and commercialize Verastem’s Copiktra (duvelisib).
Copiktra previously received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of adult patients with....More>>>
I’ve had my eye on utility NextEra Energy (NYSE:NEE) for quite some time, but I never got around to adding it to my portfolio. That changed this week, as I finally bought shares of the clean energy giant. Here are the three main reasons why.
1. It’s betting big on clean energy
NextEra Energy is already the world leader in generating electricity from the wind and sun after....More>>>
Stocks slumped Wednesday because investors were worried about new tariffs imposed on China by the United States.
But the biggest fear facing US investors shouldn’t be growing global trade tensions. It should be rising interest rates.
“The Fed is more likely to kill the bull market than a trade war,” said Emily Roland, head of capital markets research for John....More>>>
Welcome to Thursday, Asia. Here’s news from Bloomberg Economics to help get your day started:
Trade travails. The Trump administration is considering slapping tariffs on imported automobiles and the president is backing away from a trade agreement with China, under pressure from hawks. Meantime, here’s a rundown of pressure points ahead of Wilbur Ross’s Beijing tripFed....More>>>
President Donald Trump has made his opinion clear: He wants the Federal Reserve to stop raising interest rates.
Presidents usually avoid criticizing the central bank, which is designed to be independent from political interference. But Trump has repeatedly lashed out at Fed Chairman Jerome Powell.
“I’m not thrilled with his raising of interest rates, no. I’m not....More>>>
The threat of an all-out trade war with China has investors and traders alike on edge. But while a global trade war involving the United States could hurt some stocks, it’s creating a profit opportunity in others. I’ll show you exactly which stocks could benefit as new trade barriers are erected…
It’s not just China that is a concern for the United States, either.
Whether you’re in stocks, trading, or both, this is a market environment with a lot of “loose ends,” to put it mildly.
Most of these loose ends relate to the headlines – or, to put a point on it, tweets – that are roiling the market every day, sometimes several times a day
Just as trade war fears had ebbed thanks to China....More>>>