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Article By: Marc Lichtenfeld
Last year, Kinder Morgan paid out $2.36 billion in dividends, or just more than 51% of its cash flow. This year, the payout ratio is forecast to drop to 45% of cash flow.
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Article By: Money Morning
While the markets are on track for losses, this tiny stock is on track for gains - big gains. How big? Try the second 300% run in a month.
In this article: RGBP Read
Article By: Benzinga
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba’s shares traded 1.9% lower at HKD 151.10 ($19.42) in Hong Kong, while e-commerce company JD.com’s shares are losing 0.4% to HKD 293.80 ($37.75).
In this article: NIO, EGRNF, TCEHY, BIDU, BABA, JD, LI, XPEV Read
Video By: Jason Fieber
Is tech a long-term must-have for your portfolio? I’d argue it is. Technology is rapidly changing everything around us. Our modern-day society ceases to work without access to stuff like smartphones and the Internet.
In this video: AVGO, CSCO, DLR Watch
Article By: Christopher Lewis
The only thing that I can do is be a buyer of puts if we break down below the 4400 level. That is as bearish as I get in this type of manipulated market.
In this article: SPX Read
Article By: ING Economics
Away from the hot stories of which central banks are ready to normalize monetary policy, commodity markets continue to steal the show.
In this article: FXE, FXB, UUP Read
Article By: Ironman
The U.S. Census Bureau released its annual estimate for median household income in the U.S. for the 2020 calendar year on 14 September 2021. It reported median household income for the 2020 calendar year was $67,521.
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Article By: Menzie Chinn
Industrial production finally rises above levels in 2020M02 (the latest NBER peak). We now have the following picture of the macroeconomy (for some key indicators followed by the NBER’s BCDC).
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Article By: Jeffrey P. Snider
For most of the world’s economic data, these have contributed much to creating the misimpression the global economy is doing well, if not on fire.
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Article By: Yohay Elam
Gold prices were closed at $1795.95 after reaching a high of $1808.45 and a low of $1791.75. Gold turned red on Wednesday after rising for two consecutive sessions, despite the prevailing weakness in the US dollar.
In this article: GLD, UUP Read

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Germany’s 10-year yield touched a new two-month high https://t.co/GUFcMYiMo1
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China slammed a move by the U.S. and U.K. to help Australia build nuclear submarines https://t.co/cB11YavnPB
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Gold trades inside of the Quarter’s value area, trading the extremes while testing the DVAL for support now. https://t.co/aJeNCZLgVe
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