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Article By: Upfina
The most common response from investors is they expect the Chinese U.S. trade war to be the new normal. The IMF has lowered its 2019 global output estimate because of weak results. However, growth is expected to rebound in 2020.
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Article By: Marc Lichtenfeld
The next 12 to 18 months will be critical for the company. For the immediate future, the 7.9% dividend yield is safe.
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Article By: Interactive Brokers
Investors will receive updates on euro area consumer confidence and manufacturing in the week ahead, while the European Central Bank (ECB) will unveil its next monetary policy move, amid a blanket of economic malaise.
In this article: EADSY, VCISY, DAX, SIEGY Read
Article By: ING Economics
Russian industrial output failed to accelerate materially in September, staying at 3.0% year-on-year.
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Article By: Jeffrey P. Snider
Because the prevailing theory behind the global slowdown is “trade wars”, most if not all attention is focused on China. While the correct target, everyone is coming it at from the wrong direction.
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Article By: T.J. Hayes
The cumulative 2019 earnings power of these 20 stocks was revised down by -2.4% in the past 60 days.
In this article: ALK, CSX, FDX, KEX, KSU, LUV, NSC, R, UAL, UNP, MATX, AAL, IYT Read
Article By: Mike McAra
There is a side of the precious metals market that could be overlooked by investors starting to look into the precious metals market. We are talking about mining stocks.
In this article: AG, EXK, PAAS, SLV Read
Article By: DailyFX
US Dollar weakness has persisted for nearly 3 weeks. The DXY Index now trades below confluent support at the 98.00 handle after already cratering through major technical levels.
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Article By: Lipper Alpha Insight
The Russell 2000 is in an earnings recession; however, it will likely end this quarter as companies beat earnings estimates.
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Podcast By: Tracey Ryniec
The ETF industry is always adapting to trends so it’s not surprising that there are a handful of ETFs devoted to clean energy and low carbon investing. One has been around since 2008.
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