Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG) is one of the world’s largest producers of consumer packaged goods. Despite the company’s share price movement followed an upward trend since the beginning of this year (see Picture 1), P&G’s performance leaves much to be desired. On the one hand, the company’s revenues are negatively affected by macroeconomic conditions, and mainly currency....More>>>
The Venezuelan government’s attempts to save the country’s collapsing economy took a bizarre twist on Sunday.
President Nicolas Maduro announced plans to create a cryptocurrency, dubbed “the Petro,” as a way to defeat the “financial blockade” imposed by U.S. sanctions on his regime.
Cryptocurrencies are virtual “coins” that are “mined”....More>>>
This article was originally published Sept. 28 and has been updated.
Europes problems with some of its largest financial institutions could spill over into the rest of the global market.
Deutsche Banks shares tumbled on Friday, before paring losses somewhat, on a report that a group of hedge funds were reducing their exposure to the giant financial institution
Inotek Pharmaceuticals is due to release their phase 3 results regarding trabodenoson, their main drug candidate, that will push the stock up to $15-$20 or down to $5/share. I believe the phase 3 data will be positive, based on previous trial results.
Inotek Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:ITEK) is a biopharmaceutical company focused on the treatment....More>>>
Apple is investing an additional $1 billion in its data center operations in northern Nevada, the company announced at a Reno city council meeting on Wednesday.
The original deal, struck five years ago, gave Apple a record-setting tax break for opening up shop in the area. Apple (AAPL, Tech30) promised to invest $1 billion in the area over 10 years. The various sales and property tax abatements,....More>>>
Papa John’s International Inc. (NASDAQ:PZZA), the recognized quality leader in the pizza category, posted excellent quarterly results including an 8.52% increase in total revenues. Total revenues for the first nine months increased 4.1%.
Papa John’s is the world’s third-largest pizza delivery company and offers different pizza styles, topping choices and side items including....More>>>
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Stanford Investment Group, an RIA in Northern California with about $850 million in assets, is merging with Aspiriant, an independent wealth manager that will include about $10 billion in client assets....More>>>
April 4, 2017: Markets opened lower Tuesday following some indifferent results in Monday’s session. Utilities and energy paced the sector trading with financials and healthcare dragging equities lower. The political winds are blowing investors first one way, then another, as President Trump prepares for a first meeting with China’s President Xi Jinping and we all prepare for the non-farm....More>>>
We’re stressed out aboutourretirement prospects but doing little to get ready, a new report says.
Three in 10 U.S. workers say they feel mentally or emotionally stressed about preparing for what are supposed to be thegolden years, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute’s 2017 Retirement Confidence Survey, the nation’s longest-running examination of its kind.
Inspired by reports that OPEC had come to an agreement to curb its oil output as a means of propping up floundering crude prices, stocks got Wednesday started on a rather bullish foot. They just didn’t end it that way. By the time the closing bell rang, the S&P 500 was back in the red by 0.27%, closing at 2,198.81.
It was even worse for shareholders of Valeant Pharmaceuticals Intl....More>>>