Any man who's gone through it will tell you that a lot of work, money and stress go into buying a diamond. I mean, behind your house and your car, this little rock is one of the most expensive purchases in life. Retailers are fighting for your business, and competition among jewelers is beyond
In the stock market, I have a couple rules I like to follow. One of them is to almost always stay away from stocks trading under $5. After all, there is a reason they are under $5, and its not because things are going well. But every once in a while, one finds a hidden gem among these cheap stocks. I think Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE:RAD) is one of those hidden gems.
Azure Power Global has registered an amended F-1 form with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regarding its initial public offering (IPO). This will be the most recent public company in the Azure master limited partnership (MLP) family, once the shares make their debut on the market. The company expects to price its 3.41 million shares in the range of $21 to $23 per share. The entire....More>>>
Heres another reason why the Federal Reserve can leave rates unchanged Wednesday: Financial conditions are significantly tighter thanks to new money-market regulations that go into effect next month.
Liborthe London interbank offered rate, a measure of the cost for banks to borrow from each other in dollars that also serves as a benchmark reference rate for trillions of dollars in private-sector....More>>>
Anytime you come across a personal finance-related article, chances are, you’ll likely read advice from a financial advisor or “personal finance expert” preaching you should contribute money to your 401(k) up to the employer match because it’s essentially “free money.” Sound familiar?
Unfortunately, this type of blanket advice is not....More>>>
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Wednesday was an up-and-down day for the stock market, which lost substantial ground early in the day only to climb back toward the unchanged mark by the end of the session. A slight rise for the Dow Jones Industrials led to yet another record-high close, and although other major market benchmarks weren’t quite as lofty, they nevertheless finished with only modest losses on the day. Generally....More>>>
Roxgold (OTC:ROGFF) reported results for the three months ending September 30, a quarter in which the company was still operating in pre-commercial mode. However, commercial production was declared starting October 1 and the current quarter will be Roxgold’s first as a commercial gold producer.
Operational data points provided as part of the Q3 MD&A, in combination with the technical....More>>>
The stock market finished mixed on Tuesday, and although the Dow Jones Industrials still finished with a loss of more than 100 points, other major market benchmarks finished very close to the unchanged level on the day. Geopolitical pressure continued to hurt investor sentiment, and some bad news on the earnings front also cast a pall on trading during the regular session. Yet some stocks managed....More>>>
AT&T Inc. (T) Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson echoed the sentiments of other defense witnesses in the Department of Justice lawsuit to block the telecom's purchase of Time Warner Inc. (TWX) , in testimony on Thursday.
"On its face, the premise is absurd," Stephenson said of
The Dow Jones today locked in a 190-point gain in Monday's pre-market trading as investors turned away from geopolitical chatter to focus on a busy week of earnings reports. Markets are anticipating the most profitable earnings season in seven years thanks to 2017 tax cut legislatio
Over the last two years, Walmart (WMT) has spent billions to buy several U.S. e-commerce upstarts with the goal of becoming a formidable online retail rival to Amazon.com (AMZN) . But the results have been very mixed to date.
Now, it looks as if Walmart is ready to fork over billions to