Starting with a simple tweet on September 21st, 2015, Hillary Clinton has been pummeling Biotech stocks since her Presidential Campaign first began. In fact, Clinton has caused dramatic drops in the iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF (IBB) at least three times in the past 14 months. The thought of Clinton winning the presidency, and the corresponding assault on the Biotech sector,....More>>>
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) on Tuesday released its Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO) for May EIA forecasting that the average price retail price for a gallon of regular gasoline will reach $2.90 a gallon for the April through September summer driving season this year. That’s 49 cents a gallon (20.3%) higher than the average for last year’s driving season and 17 cents....More>>>
Source: courtesy of CadillacThe turnaround at Cadillac took a breather in June. Management obviously hopes that is all, and that the problem will not persist into the second half
Cadillac sales fell 11.8% in Juneto 12,580. Sales of its new flagship Sales of its new flagship CT6 were up only 5.4% to 1,014. Both numbers for June were not characteristic for the year.First-half sales for Cadillac....More>>>
A month ago, Teslas closing stock price peaked at $383.45, and last week the stock closed below $330.
Tesla Inc. Powerpacks and inverters stand at the Southern California Edison Co. Mira Loma energy storage system facility in Ontario, California, U.S., on Thursday, June 1, 2017. The Mira Loma substation houses nearly 400 Tesla Powerpack units, in an effort to operate to state regulations....More>>>
A projected influx of some 50,000 new, highly paid employees in the city that wins the sweepstakes to become Amazon.com Inc.’s (NASDAQ: AMZN) second headquarters (HQ2) will be a bonanza for owners of rental properties in the lucky city. The winner will be nothing short of transformed.
When Toyota moved its corporate headquarters to Plano, Texas, the median home sales price jumped by....More>>>
Oil and gas majors like ExxonMobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) and Royal Dutch Shell Plc (NYSE:RDS-B) have had a rough run since mid-2014. But these two industry giants are making the changes needed to deal with today’s difficult energy markets, just like they’ve done time and time before. You could worry, but you really don’t need to. Here are their bonafides.