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    A leader of all humanity: Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a hero, icon, fighter for women and girls across the nation This is how Americas fast food has changed in every decade KB Home, Nike, Stitch Fix, Rite Aid and More Earnings Coming This Week 24/7 Wall St. has previewed some of the key companies expected to report results this week. We have included the consensus earnings estimates from Thomson Reuters and the stock price and trading history. Be advised that the earnings and revenue estimates may change ahead of the formal reports, and some companies change earnings dates as well. © Provided by 24/7 Wall St. AutoZone Inc.’s (NYSE: AZO) fiscal fourth-quarter report is scheduled for Tuesday...
    Craig Hubbs loads wood into his truck at a The Home Depot store in Kill Devil Hills in the Outer Banks of North Carolina on September 11, 2018.Alex Edelman | AFP | Getty Images Dividend stocks are a critical part of an investor's portfolio. They are also perfect for market volatility — because investors can reap returns even with choppy stock performance. However, knowing which dividend stocks to choose means taking note of both the company's dividend yield and payout, as well as checking whether the stock itself represents a compelling investing opportunity. This is important because a healthy company is less likely to slash, or even suspend, its dividend payments. One way to find quality dividend stocks is to...
    VIDEO0:5300:53Wall Street points to slightly higher open after Thursday's selloffMorning Report Check out the companies making headlines in the premarket Friday: Home Depot (HD), Lowe's (LOW) — An analyst at Oppenheimer downgraded both of the home improvement companies to "perform" from "outperform." He also lowered his price targets on the two stocks, noting that, near term, "we're increasingly concerned that the market is becoming too lax toward chances of a post-Covid-19 sales growth downshift at HD/LOW and potential impact on shares." Home Depot and Lowe's fell 1% and 1.4%, respectively. Oracle (ORCL) — Oracle shares were down more than 1% after the Commerce Department said it will block U.S. users from downloading TikTok or WeChat starting Sept. 20. The announcement comes as Oracle...
    WE'VE another bumper set of Premier League fixtures to get our teeth into this week after the top-flight returned in style. New-look Chelsea did the business at Brighton on Monday Night Football, Liverpool were pushed all the way by Leeds and Arsenal were ruthless as they swatted aside new-boys Fulham. 6 It was a winning start for Mikel Arteta as Arsenal cruised to a 3-0 win at FulhamCredit: Getty This weekend we've selections for you from three big matches, starting at the Theatre of Dreams... Man Utd vs Crystal Palace, Saturday 5.30pm (Sky Sports) They're a week late to the party, but will Man Utd be worth the wait? Expectations are high at Old Trafford after Ole's men stormed into...
    VIDEO0:5600:56Wall Street set for more gains at the openMorning Report Check out the companies making headlines premarket Wednesday: FedEx (FDX) — FedEx shares popped more than 9% in the premarket on the back of quarterly numbers that beat analysts' expectations. The shipping giant reported earnings per share of $4.87 on revenue of $19.32 billion. Analysts expected a profit of $2.69 per share on revenue of $17.55 billion. The company said its average daily package volume jumped 31% to 11.6 million in its fiscal first quarter. Adobe (ADBE) — Adobe reported earnings per share of $2.57 on revenue of $3.23 billion. Analysts polled by Refinitiv expected a profit of $2.41 per share on sales of $3.16 billion. The company said its Digital Media...
    Tennessee Titans vs. Denver Broncos Live Stream, NFL Football, Odds, TV Channel, Start time 7 lightweight jackets for fall layering — from packable down to denim that lasts a lifetime Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Adobe, BP, FedEx, GameStop, Gilead, Kroger, MGM, Micron, Nvidia and More The Dow Jones industrials and S&P 500 managed to close up on Friday, and there were even stronger gains on Monday morning as the tech stocks were trying to stage a rally. Many investors missed out on the recovery rally and are now looking for new ideas about how they want to be positioned ahead of the election. 24/7 Wall St. reviews dozens of analyst research reports each day of the week with a...
    PORTO have reportedly lowered their asking price for Manchester United target Alex Telles to £18.5million. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to sign a new left-back before the transfer window closes. 1Alex Telles scored 13 goals from the defence during the 2019-20 campaignCredit: Reuters Porto valued 27-year-old Telles at £27.7m earlier this summer. But according to A Bola, the Portuguese side will now accept £9.2m less. Reports claim the defender's representatives have been to England for talks with United. Porto are prepared to sell him in a cut-price deal to avoid losing him on a free when his contract expires next summer. MAN UTD NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest United news The report states...
    Hamilton ready for one of his toughest drives at phenomenal Mugello Gorgeous weekend RV trips to take this fall How the Dow Can Still Rise Above 30,000 Before 2021 It is no secret at all that 2020 has been nothing short of a crazy year. The COVID-19 pandemic wrecked the economy. It seems that half of the country is still working from home with no set date of returning to an office. Over 13 million Americans are still without a job, and the economic recovery has been so unevenly stacked that many industries are still deep in recession. The irony of it all? The stock market has managed to recover all of its losses from March and return to...
    Memphis Grizzlies name Sonia Raman assistant coach The Best Boots You Can Buy on Amazon, According to Reviews Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Adobe, AMD, Corning, Domino’s, Lennar, Lululemon, Oracle, Peloton, SunPower, Tesla, Wells Fargo and More Stocks may have hit all-time highs again after the massive recovery since March, but the volatility has picked up in September, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq darlings seeing more selling pressure. Friday's indications were for gains of 0.5% on average, but Thursday's sell-off had the indexes back close to the lows for this week. Many investors missed out on the recovery rally and are now looking for new ideas about how they want to be positioned ahead of the election. 24/7...
    Pirates OF Alford recovering from elbow surgery I tried Gravity’s ‘weighted robe’—and it’s the new weighted blanket Why 5 BofA Securities Top Value Picks May Be the Best 2021 Ideas Now The people who were late to the fear of missing out “buy momentum” club have gotten a hard lesson in stock market investing recently. With the Nasdaq at the 10% correction level in less than a week, it makes sense for investors to consider looking at other stock strategies, and one that has been out of favor for years may be coming back in vogue. It’s been years since value investing was in style, but that trend may be coming to an end. Value investing is an investment...
    Shoppers walking into a Lululemon storeScott Mlyn | CNBC How do investors pick stocks poised to outperform in the current environment? Stocks are tumbling in a tech-led selloff after reaching record highs over the last few weeks. However, even after the pullback, the S&P 500 has still surged almost 19% on a one-year basis. So it's not surprising that analysts are also boosting their price targets to new highs. At the same time, pushing the price target higher- while reiterating a buy rating- indicates a notably bullish sentiment on the stock's outlook. And when this move comes from a top-performing analyst, it's worth paying attention.   TipRanks analyst forecasting service attempts to pinpoint Wall Street's best-performing analysts — so investors can follow...
    Luge world championships wont be held in Canada this winter The Best New Design Books to Buy Right Now When Utilities and Defensive Consumer Stocks Lead the Market Higher On a day that the Dow Jones industrial average is up 0.9% and the S&P 500 is up about 0.9%, and when the S&P 500 keeps hitting new all-time highs, it feels somewhat odd that utilities and consumer defensive are the two top leading sectors. That is the case on Wednesday, September 2, 2020. This may be a sector rotation of the market darlings of 2020 finally giving up some ground, and those funds are rotating into some of the more defensive positions. Load Error One issue to...
    Sharks re-sign C Joel Kellman to 2-year deal These Five Textiles Have Fascinating Histories Just How Overvalued Did BigCommerce Actually Become? The market is infatuated with growth, and using traditional valuation metrics and ratios against earnings, sales, EBITDA cash flow and so on has become so 20th century. The proof is in the pudding too after you look at the multiples that the market is paying for the top growth stocks today. Apparently, some sanity can still come into play and valuing a young emerging company based on potential 2025 in a highly competitive space. BigCommerce Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: BIGC) had a highly successful initial public offering this summer. It rapidly ascended above $100 before pulling back to under...
    Threat of tornadoes, heavy rain looms after Laura 5 proven ways to lower cortisol naturally Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Bill.com, Dell, Dollar General, DraftKings, Gap, HP, Marvell, Okta, Ulta, Workday and More The S&P 500 has continued to surge to new all-time highs this week, and Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell has said he will keep interest rates incredibly low for a long period to promote higher inflation at or above the Fed's 2% target. The Dow Jones industrials, S&P 500 and Nasdaq were all higher on Friday. Many investors missed the recovery as the recession forced them out of the market. Investors also have been looking for new ideas for how to be positioned in the rest of...
    New York Yankees’ target Mike Clevinger is drawing interest, but price is reportedly “ridiculous” By: Andres Chavez August 28, 2020 PrevPreviousNew York Yankees: Aaron Boone stands with The Players Alliance to donate salary ShareTweet0 SharesAs the trade deadline approaches, the New York Yankees continue to look at candidates to fill a rotation spot. They need some depth given that they recently lost James Paxton for at least a few weeks and because J.A. Happ hasn’t been pitching well. Gerrit Cole, the unquestioned ace, has had a bit of a home run problem, but is the only “sure thing” in the rotation. Masahiro Tanaka started the season on the injured list but seems to...
    Football : As expected, Serhou Guirassy has officially signed up with Stade Rennais until 2025. Qualified directly for the Champions League and eager to recruit a new striker, the red and black club had targeted the experienced Islam Slimani (32 years old) and the youngest Serhou Guirassy (24 years old). It is finally the center forward revealed to Amiens who arrives. According to L’Equipe, the transfer amount is 15 million euros, with a resale percentage set at 20%. The Picard club had loaned the player trained in Laval in January 2019 before recruiting him definitively for € 6 million from Cologne. The former U20 tricolor becomes the 4th most expensive player in the history of SRFC, behind Severino...
    Shares of Roku surged over 11 percent Wednesday after Citi initiated coverage of the streaming video company with a “buy” rating, while Netflix also gained more than 11 percent in a rally that put it on track for its largest one-day gain in three years. Roku and Netflix are among several technology-related companies that have benefited as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, with people around the world spending more time at home. Citi analyst Jason Bazinet started coverage of Roku with a $180 price target, compared with Wednesday’s price of about $164. In his research note published late Tuesday, Bazinet pointed to strong subscriber growth and increased value per subscriber, in a trend he suggested would also benefit...
    Shares of Roku surged over 11 percent Wednesday after Citi initiated coverage of the streaming video company with a “buy” rating, while Netflix also rallied more than 11 percent and was on track for its largest one-day gain in three years. Roku and Netflix are among several technology-related companies that have benefited as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, with people around the world spending more time at home. Citi analyst Jason Bazinet started coverage of Roku with a $180 price target, compared with Wednesday’s price of about $164. In his research note published late Tuesday, Bazinet pointed to strong subscriber growth and increased value per subscriber, in a trend he suggested would also benefit Netflix. Also on Tuesday, Piper...
    Paulo Costa: Israel Adesanya knows hes in trouble at UFC 253 after SportsCenter skirmish How Covid-19 is transforming grocery e-commerce in Dubai Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Crocs, Gap, GW Pharma, Lowe’s, Merck, Nio, Palo Alto, Phillips 66, Starbucks, Vital Farms and More Stocks surged on Monday with the S&P 500 hitting another all-time high. The indexes were trading higher on Tuesday, with average gains of about 0.5% in Dow Jones industrials and S&P 500 futures. The S&P 500 is now up well over 50% from the March panic selling lows, but with earnings season winding down many investors feel as though they may have missed out on the recovery rally. This is a time when investors should be...
    Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., waves while arriving on stage during the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, California.David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines midday Monday: Apple — The company gained 2.2% in volatile trading, following last week's strong rally that pushed its market value above $2 trillion. The gains also came ahead of its 4-for-1 stock split, which takes effect on Aug. 31. The stock hit a new intraday high of $515.14 on Monday, bringing its 2020 gains to more than 70%. Tesla — Shares of the electric vehicle company slid more than 1%, giving up an earlier gain of nearly 4% that pushed shares to...
    CDC director fears flu, COVID may fill hospitals The Doers: 25 trailblazers creating hope and inspiring us Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: AMD, Alibaba, Concho, Occidental, Palo Alto Networks, Salesforce, Splunk, Uber, Workday and More The futures traded lower Friday morning as investors wrapped up a week that saw both the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq hit all-time record highs. After a massive 35% drop in less than a month, one of the highest velocity sell-offs in stock market history, we witnessed officially the largest 100-day rally ever for the S&P 500, up more than 50%. We also witnessed the shortest bear market in history as well. It is important to remember that this is really the effect of...
    FIFA suspends 2 more Haiti officials in sexual abuse inquiry States with the most super commuters Americans Say the Price Tag for Retirement Security Is $1.9 Million Financial security comes at a high price, at least according to most Americans. A recent Schwab survey of workers who are investing in 401(k) plans reveals that, on average, these investors believe they need to save $1.9 million for their retirement. This hefty sum is a big increase compared with last year's survey, when 401(k) participants on the whole believed $1.7 million would buy them financial security in their later years.  © Provided by The Motley Fool Americans Say the Price Tag for Retirement Security Is $1.9 Million This raises two big questions:...
    Champions League run weakens German resistance to proud RB Leipzig The New Rules for Funerals During the Pandemic 4 Top Companies Benefit From More Americans Driving on Vacation This Summer Just because there is a pandemic and many are scared to get on an airplane, that doesn’t mean Americans don’t want to take a vacation and get away. Many who live in areas where the lock-down requirements have been more draconian are itching at the chance to get in the family vehicle and go somewhere. With the summer winding down and the traditional end-of-summer Labor Day holiday just a short three weeks away, the last big push for travel on our nation's highways is on, and companies that supply...
    Jazz PG Conley returns to NBA bubble 15 Celebrity Couple Breakups Youre Probably Still Mourning Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Best Buy, CarMax, Elanco, GM, Home Depot, ICE, JD.com, McDonald’s, P&G, Vonage, Voya and More Stocks were indicated to open up marginally higher on Tuesday, but the S&P 500 is again back up within 10 points of that all-time high that was seen in February, before the COVID-19 pandemic sent the economy into an instant recession. Amazingly, the S&P is up over 50% from the March panic-selling lows. Earnings season has been winding down, and many investors feel as though they may have missed out on the recovery rally. This has investors looking for new ideas for how to...
    Kompany retires as a player, become head coach of Anderlecht What you should never buy at the dollar store Goldman Sachs just lifted its S&P 500 price target. Here’s why NEED TO KNOW © Getty Images Stylists from Grey Matter LA cut clients' hair. Goldman Sachs is more optimistic than many on the U.S. economy. COVID-19 is still raging, traders are starting to bet on “haywire markets surrounding the election,” and the U.S. and China couldn’t even agree to hold a planned meeting over the weekend. None of that, of course, is denting the stock market to any significant degree. Goldman Sachs became the latest firm to increase its price target for the S&P 500 (SPX) boosting its year-end...
    Oprah Winfrey, Michelle Obama and Tammy Duckworth among inspiring Illinois Women of the Century 6 national restaurant chains in deepest trouble amid COVID-19 include Outback Steakhouse, IHOP and Dennys Vivint Smart Home’s ‘undiscovered growth stock’ jumps after J.P. Morgan calls it a ‘home run’ THE RATINGS GAME © Vivint Smart Home Inc. Shares of Vivint Smart Home Inc. rallied to a five-month high Thursday, after Wall Street’s most-bullish analyst got even more bullish, saying the smart-home security services company was for investors “looking for a home run.” Load Error J.P. Morgan analyst Paul Coster already had the highest stock price target on Wall Street at $22, but he raised it even higher to $30, which is about 58%...
    Charl Schwartzel (and his straw hat) on the FedExCup bubble States with the biggest household carbon footprints Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: BJ’s, Casper, Cisco, Deere, FedEx, Lyft, Micron, Nvidia, Occidental, Ping, Voya and More Stocks were indicated to open up marginally higher on Thursday after weekly jobless claims were under a million. The S&P 500 index is now right at those all-time highs from before the panic selling earlier this year. Earnings season has peaked and many investors feel as though they may have missed out on the recovery rally. This will send those investors to look for new ideas for how to be positioned in the second half of 2020 and ahead of the election. 24/7 Wall...
    Wings-Sun Preview Dr. Faucis 10 Most Important Coronavirus Predictions You Need to Know Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Bed Bath & Beyond, Booking, Carvana, EA, EOG, Honeywell, ICE, Livongo, Nucor, Seres, Sunrun and More The S&P 500 was indicated to open up about 0.6% higher and the Dow Jones industrials up about 1.0% on Tuesday. The S&P 500 is now very close to recapturing its all-time highs, and money has been rotating into the recovery stocks away from the key technology drivers that have thrived during the recession. Earnings season has now peaked and many investors feel as though they may have missed out on the recovery rally. This will send those investors to look for new ideas for...
    Deadly derecho leaves path of destruction across Midwest, 1 million without power This number shows a stunning reversal in the chances of Main Streets survival 5 BofA Securities US 1 Stocks to Rotate to Now Before the Tech Sell-Off The breathtaking run in technology stocks has dominated the financial headlines this year since the massive February and March sell-off. In fact, the 10 biggest stocks in the S&P 500 from a market capitalization standpoint, which include the gigantic technology leaders, now represent a stunning 29% of the index. The Nasdaq is up 23% and has set 32 records this year. Many strategists across Wall Street have become concerned over market concentration, and while from a valuation perspective it’s nowhere...
    ARSENAL will have to fork out “something close” to £27m for transfer target Danilo Pereira. Gunners boss Mikel Arteta has target a move for the Porto midfielder this summer transfer window. 2Arsenal will have to pay ‘something close’ to £27m for Porto’s Danilo PereiraCredit: Getty Images Portuguese news outlet O Jogo report that Pereira will be available to leave. However, Porto have not yet received an offer for the star that meets there valuation yet. Various reports have stated Arsenal are only willing to spend around £18m on him. But according to the latest speculation, that sum would be instantly rejected. Porto rejected a bid of £27m for the 28-year-old Portugal international last year. Now they allegedly believe that figure...
    VIDEO1:1901:19A 'very bullish' John Stoltzfus predicts rally setbackTrading Nation Market bull John Stoltzfus is bracing for a rough patch, but he sees reasons to stay optimistic. According to the Oppenheimer Asset Management chief investment strategist, the market rally off the March 23 low has a long runway ahead of it. "We remain very bullish on this market," Stoltzfus told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Wednesday.  His optimism is punctuated by the trillions of dollars parked on the sidelines, and the idea the U.S. will successfully get the coronavirus pandemic under control. "You're going to see money beginning to further move out of the bond market, and it makes all the sense in the world to be positioned in equities," Stoltzfus said....
    Ahly set for glory as Egypt restart strongest African league How Each State Got Its Name 5 Sky-High Dividend Stocks With More Upside Ahead The COVID-19 pandemic shaved roughly 40% from equity prices between mid-February and late March of this year. Stay-at-home orders virtually shut down the U.S. economy, as American consumers who normally drive around two-thirds of the economy hunkered down at home with their hands firmly holding on to their wallets. Congress and the Trump administration pumped several trillion into the economy to keep Americans and American businesses solvent. After a disastrous April, consumers recovered somewhat in May and June, as spending rose when many nonessential businesses reopened. © Provided by 24/7 Wall St. For...
    CRYSTAL PALACE are braced to lose star turn Wilfried Zaha for a cut-price £30million. The forward, 27, wants a move and the club are ready to sell him for the second time. 2Crystal Palace are braced to lose star man Wilfried Zaha for just £30millionCredit: Rex Features But there have been no serious takers, despite the reported interest from Chelsea and Manchester United. Zaha is Palace’s highest  earner on around £130,000 a week and is under contract until 2023.Those two factors, plus the fact he will turn 28 in November, are putting off admirers. Zaha was previously  valued at around £70m but Palace chiefs are now resigned to reducing their expectations. MAN UTD NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest...
    Why dont all cities with high rates of crime get similar Trump treatment? McDonalds CEO seems to hint at an upgraded chicken sandwich GE’s Challenges May Be Multiyear, but Opportunities May Be Overlooked Some companies see their shares do incredibly well after their earnings reports. General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) shareholders may not feel like they are exactly holding a crown jewel, compared with the good old days when GE was the world's largest and most dominant conglomerate. Now GE has a very troubling stock price after earnings, it has lost its prestige and invincibility and, frankly, many investors have a hard time understanding GE's business model. While GE is facing multiyear challenges and needs to effect a turnaround...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City BY AAKASH JAGADEESH BABU AND NEHA MALARA Apple customer loyalty and response to the COVID-19 pandemic have proven brick-and-mortar stores are not essential to drive sales of its products, J.P.Morgan said on Friday, as the iPhone maker’s blockbuster quarterly results pushed its shares up 7%. The United States’ most valuable company was forced to shut down more than 70 stores again in the third quarter in response to surging COVID-19 cases, but consumers were unfazed with the company topping analysts’ estimates for iPhone sales by $4 billion. Revenue gains were splashed across every category and geography for the quarter, while a...
    Credit: Pixabay – Eivind Pedersen Bitcoin’s price confirms its bullish technical signal, but ETHER is leading the way in terms of annual performance. Key technical factors of the article: Bitcoin’s price, barring a collapse today, should confirm the bullish signal to break through the major resistance at $ 10,500 at the monthly close. In annual performance, the prize goes to the Ether corner and cryptos are ahead of precious metals. The monthly technical close takes place tonight and, barring a collapse, Bitcoin’s price should therefore be able to confirm the technical breakout of the major resistance at $ 10,500. For the miners, it is a relief because they were waiting for this upward impulse since the halving of...
    Arizona Wildcats OL Edgar Burrola suspended for violating COVID-19 protocols You Can Run In The Utmost Comfort With These Mizuno Running Shoes Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: AMD, Amgen, DexCom, eBay, FireEye, Kraft Heinz, 3M, Pfizer, Seagate, Sonos, Starbucks, T-Mobile and More Stocks had seen some profit taking on Tuesday, but the indexes were all marginally higher on Wednesday. This week is the thickest patch of earnings and on Wednesday is also the Federal Open Market Committee announcement and the day of technology company hearings in Washington, D.C. Stocks have recaptured most of their losses from the plunge-depth selling lows of March, and earnings seasons is still bringing a very mixed reaction for the main market leadership stocks. And...
    Politicians demand answers after NYC protester arrested, thrown into unmarked van Cheesecake Factory customer claims latex glove was found inside pasta order for her high-risk husband AMD stock surges to record after outlook contrasts with Intel’s ‘faceplant’ THE RATINGS GAME © Bloomberg News/Landov Lisa Su, president and chief executive officer of Advanced Micro Devices. Advanced Micro Devices Inc.’s stock surged to fresh records Wednesday after the chip company’s strong second quarter and outlook signaled a sea change in the semiconductor market following Intel Corp.’s announced delays of next-generation chips last week. Load Error AMD (AMD) shares rallied to a record high of $77.19 Wednesday, and were last up 13% at $76.27, following a record open of $75.50. For...
    AP WAS THERE: 1924 Paris Olympics The 12 best back-to-school things you can buy at Bed Bath and Beyond Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: ADM, Beyond Meat, Bristol-Myers, Carvana, CRISPR, FirstEnergy, Peloton, Shopify, Tesla, Uber, Visa and More Stocks were up on Monday, but profit taking was seen into earnings and ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting on Tuesday. Stocks have recaptured most of their losses from the plunge-depth selling lows of March, and earnings seasons is still bringing a very mixed reaction for the main market leadership stocks. With an election coming up, and with what is still a very deep recession, investors need to be considering how they want their assets positioned for the second half of 2020...
    Real Madrid forward Diaz tests positive for COVID-19, says club Melania Trumps brilliant Rose Garden idea (opinion) The price of gold hit an all-time high this week, and Wall Street thinks it will keep climbing. Heres what some of the worlds biggest banks forecast for the precious metal. © REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger Gold closed at its highest level ever on Monday as investors flock to the safe haven asset in times of huge uncertainty for markets. Gold remains sensitive to both negative and positive news as the dollar has been waning and investors take stock of rising coronavirus cases, US-China tensions, and fears for the dollar. This week, Goldman Sachs has revised its 12-month forecast to $2300...
    JACK GREALISH faces being priced out of a major summer move. Aston Villa want a huge £80million for their star man after his goal at West Ham helped keep them in the Premier League. 1Jack Grealish faces being priced out of a major summer moveCredit: Rex Features But top clubs are unlikely to pay that for Grealish, 24, and Villa will play hardball.  They are desperate to keep hold of the midfield ace, who earns around £100,000 a week.  He came close to joining Tottenham in 2018 but Villa’s owners blocked the move. Grealish has expressed a desire to play European football but his employers are confident he will pledge his long-term future to his boyhood team. Manager Dean Smith...
    Breaking down the COVID-19 death rate in the US This Restaurant Chain Just Closed Its Dining Rooms Again Why One Independent Research Firm Gave a Huge Upgrade for Tesla and Elon Musk Earnings season has created some big winners and big losers this summer, but the major Nasdaq momentum stocks and top tech stocks have seen some selling pressure after earnings. Even the mighty Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) posted great earnings and gapped up in the initial reaction, only to sell off on the same day and then again on the following day as well. Tesla is a battleground stock in which using traditional valuation metrics has been next to impossible in determining a fair stock price. Founding CEO...
    Fox Sports has made further cuts, parting ways with more than 50 staffers Fall Outfits That Require Minimal Effort to Put Together Intel stock savaged as next-gen chip delay expected to be ‘increasingly painful’ to chip maker THE RATINGS GAME © MarketWatch photo illustration/iStockphoto Intel Corp.’s stock faced one of its worst days in 20 years Friday after the chip giant divulged that its next generation of chips would be delayed and that it may seek a third-party manufacturer to make them. Load Error Intel (INTC) shares were last down 16% at $50.84 Friday after earlier plummeting nearly 18% to drop below $50 for the first time in five months. The drop put the stock in jeopardy for...
    Rivera: Washington months away from new team name Christie Brinkley Gave Her Daughter the Best Quarantine Haircut Weve Ever Seen Goldman Sachs Has 3 Utilities With Big Upside on Its Conviction Buy List The utilities sector has had a pretty ho-hum 12 months. Utilities stocks included in the S&P 500 index have added just 0.58% to their value, compared with a gain of just over 10% for the 500 index itself. For the year to date, utilities stocks are down more than 6% while the S&P 500 trades a shade below flat. In frothy markets, like the one we've been experiencing this year, some investors choose to chase growth rather than steady returns. Barring black swan events like wildfires...
    President Trump says hell throw out first pitch at Yankee Stadium in August Your Kids Will Love These Fun Halloween Coloring Pages Does Apple’s Sell Rating Threaten the Entire Stock Market Recovery? Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) dd not have a very solid day on Thursday ahead of next week's earnings. While earnings season has been mixed. we have been seeing a "sell the news" reaction in many cases. There is a question about how much Apple has run up ahead of earnings, and that may be more than justified considering that Apple nearly hit $400 in mid-July. Its shares have also struggled to rally since that time. With Apple's earnings set for the coming week, Apple's stock has actually...
    The Seattle Kraken is the Internets New NHL Team Laura Bush Shares Her 2020 Summer Reading List for Kids Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apache, Check Point, Chipotle, EA, Inogen, Microsoft, Moderna, Shopify, Tesla, Varonis and More Stocks were looking for direction on Thursday as earnings in some of the key market leadership names are coming in more or less in line with expectations. Valuations are becoming of concern now that the S&P 500 is actually back to positive year to date, and the major stocks are up huge from March's panic-selling lows. Many analysts will be making tweaks ahead of reports, and many upgrades and downgrades will follow. With an election coming up and with what is still a...
    Georges St-Pierre not interested in ending retirement to challenge amazing Kamaru Usman You Can Get a Face Mask Chain, So It Stays Put Between Errands Tesla’s blowout earnings prompt bulls and bears to boost price targets THE RATINGS GAME © Getty Images Is Elon Musk calling his shot? Wall Street turned more positive on Tesla Inc. on Thursday, a day after the Silicon Valley car maker reported another quarter of blowout earnings and said it was on track to sell as many cars in 2020 as it had hoped despite the coronavirus pandemic. A host of Wall Street analysts, bulls and bears alike, increased their price targets on Tesla (TSLA) astock. The average target remained well below current prices,...
    Opinion: As Congress debates merits of athletes profiting, hardly anyone is buying what NCAA is selling Savannah Guthrie Is Grateful Cataract Surgery Was Success: My Eyes Are Filled with Tears of Joy Tesla stock rises, as blowout earnings prompt both bulls and bears to boost price targets THE RATINGS GAME © Getty Images Is Elon Musk calling his shot? Shares of Tesla Inc. rose Thursday after a blowout earnings report late Wednesday, leading a host of Wall Street analysts, bulls and bears alike, to increase their price targets for the stock. Load Error The average target remained well below current prices, however, suggesting most analysts believe the stock is overvalued. The electric vehicle maker reported late Wednesday...
    VIDEO2:4502:45Tesla shares keep climbing, but a reversal could hit in fourth quarter: BarclaysStreet Signs Asia Tesla shares could start to see a reversal in the fourth quarter after a huge rally this year, as the "flaws in the growth story" begin to show, according to one major bear.  Barclays auto analyst Brian Johnson, who put a $300 price target on Tesla in February, questioned the outlook for the electric carmaker, despite the company posting second-quarter earnings that beat market expectations.  First, he said that while Tesla CEO Elon Musk has promised "industry-leading" margins, according to its earnings results released Wednesday, that is not likely to happen. "That's clearly not what he (Musk) is going to do, he is trying to...
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    (Reuters) - SoftBank Group Corp-backed insurance startup Lemonade Inc on Wednesday increased the target range for its U.S. initial public offering, looking to raise up to $308 million at a market capitalization of $1.54 billion. The company intends to sell 11 million shares in the IPO at a target range of $26 to $28 per share, according to a filing. (https://bit.ly/3dVnD72) It had earlier expected the offering to be priced between $23 and $26 per share. (Reporting by Abhishek Manikandan in Bengaluru; Editing by Arun Koyyur) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    Zoominfo Technologies is looking to price its initial public offering on Wednesday above its upwardly revised target range in what is set to be the largest US technology listing so far this year, people familiar with the matter said. A B2B data-seller, Zoominfo — not to be confused with Zoom Video Communications, the firm that offers video conferencing — is looking to sell shares in the IPO at $21 each, above its upwardly revised $19 to $20 target range, the sources said, cautioning that the final price has not yet been settled. The Carlyle Group-backed business intelligence platform has said it is looking to sell 44.5 million shares, which at $21 would raise $934.5 million to value the company at...