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Finance

We have been following the news cycles for many months regarding the prognosticators that believe “the sky is falling” in the global markets and we find it interesting to see how quickly the bulls turn to bears when the market

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Lockheed Martin Corp. LMT reported third-quarter 2018 earnings of $5.14 per share, beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $4.32 by 19%. The bottom line also improved 54.8% from the year-ago quarter’s figure of $3.32. Operational Highlights In the reported quarter, total revenues

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According to a Research and Markets report, the global enterprise collaboration market is estimated to grow 11% annually over the next five years to $53.83 billion by 2023 from $31.74 billion in 2018. The market is dominated by large enterprises, but the

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Active vs. Passive investing. Image by Zynatis/shutterstock. Today’s stock market is a dynamic and scary place. Once upon a time choosing stocks to invest in based on the fundamental value of the companies they represent (called fundamental or value investing) was

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The Euro slipped against the US Dollar, falling close to a two-month trough ahead of a European Commission meeting which will discuss the Italian budget problem. Analysts say that though it would be an unprecedented move, it is possible that

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The generalized offered bias around the European currency plus the increasing demand for the safe haven Japanese Yen have dragged the cross to fresh lows in the mid-128.00s today. The continuation of the down trend carries the potential to visit

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The Bank of Canada held its benchmark overnight rate steady at its last meeting in early September. Like the Federal Reserve, Canada’s central bank has been “tightening.” The policy lever had been lifted four times starting in July 2017. It

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Barclays analyst Brian Johnson, who has an Underweight rating on the shares with a $210 price target, says Tesla’s Q3 results could lead to a rebound in the stock. The analyst, however, expects a “drift down” in the shares on

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The selloff started overnight in Australia and then spread to Hong Kong. It was just one day after China rolled out a bunch of stimulus measures which briefly boosted the stock exchange there. However, today the mood was skeptical, and

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