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Will Trade Tensions and Geopolitical Events Weigh on Markets?

Despite the distraction of everything except economic fundamentals, U.S. equities managed to deliver another week of higher prices, but only by the slimmest of margins. The S&P 500 index rose ...
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Tesla Breaks Out as Elon Musk Taunts Short Sellers

Tesla shares reached their highest levels this year amid speculation of positive news about Model 3 deliveries in a few weeks. ...read more Read more here: Tesla Breaks Out as ...
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Oprah’s Weight Watchers Stake Worth Half a Billion

Weight Watchers stock broke out above 2011 resistance last week, raising Oprah Winfrey's 5.5% stake above $500,000,000. ...read more Read more here: Oprah's Weight Watchers Stake Worth Half a Billion ...
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FedEx Delivers Earnings Above Key Levels With Mojo

Package delivery giant FedEx reports earnings with a reasonable P/E ratio of 16.15, a small dividend yield of 0.98% and an overbought weekly chart. ...read more Read more here: FedEx ...
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“Incredibles 2” Just Exploded Box Office Records

Pixar's latest film opened domestically with an estimated $180 million. Talk about incredible! View Entire Post › ...read more Read more here: "Incredibles 2" Just Exploded Box Office Records Category: ...
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Stocks Could Continue Lower as Tariff, Dollar Risks Remain

As the market digests escalating trade tensions and news from the Fed, the major indexes could see continued volatility in the week ahead. ...read more Read more here: Stocks Could ...
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Do Britain’s railways need a Fat Controller?

By The Economist online ...read more Read more here: Do Britain’s railways need a Fat Controller? Category: Business and finance, Gulliver ...
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The Government Is Kicking Off The Debate On Lab-Grown Meat

The US's food regulators will evaluate new "cultured" meat products, which have quickly attracted both attention and investment. View Entire Post › ...read more Read more here: The Government Is ...
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Video Game Stocks Could Shake Out E3 Buyers

Video game stocks surged higher this week, underpinned by E3 euphoria, and could now shake out weak hands. ...read more Read more here: Video Game Stocks Could Shake Out E3 ...
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NIFTY Small-Cap Stocks to Buy

While the outlook is mixed for stocks on the NIFTY Smallcap 100 Index, we highlight some names that could be poised for gains. ...read more Read more here: NIFTY Small-Cap ...
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Alphabet Has Been Holding Key Levels All Year Long

Alphabet held my semiannual value level of $987.07 on March 28, setting the stage for renewed momentum as the second quarter ends. ...read more Read more here: Alphabet Has Been ...
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Doritos Made A Massive Dorito And What Hell Hath God Wrought

Life, uh, finds a way. View Entire Post › ...read more Read more here: Doritos Made A Massive Dorito And What Hell Hath God Wrought ...
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Trump Was Seen Saluting A North Korean Military Officer In Kim Jong Un’s Propaganda Video

In a moment of confusion, the US president can be seen returning a salute from a North Korean military official. View Entire Post › ...read more Read more here: Trump ...
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Ameriprise Financial Brings Together 4,000 Volunteers to Feed Hungry Families and Individuals

...read more Read more here: Ameriprise Financial Brings Together 4,000 Volunteers to Feed Hungry Families and Individuals ...
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Can the solar industry survive without subsidies?

By The Economist online ...read more Read more here: Can the solar industry survive without subsidies? Category: Business and finance, Approved, Business, Business ...
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The insecurity of freelance work

By The Economist online ...read more Read more here: The insecurity of freelance work Category: Business and finance, Approved, Business, Business ...
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How to play Argentina

By The Economist online ...read more Read more here: How to play Argentina Category: Business and finance, Approved, Finance and economics, FINANCE ...
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Why Japan’s sharing economy is tiny

By The Economist online ...read more Read more here: Why Japan’s sharing economy is tiny Category: Business and finance, Approved, Business, Business ...
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Can refugees help to plug Europe’s skilled-labour gaps?

By The Economist online ...read more Read more here: Can refugees help to plug Europe’s skilled-labour gaps? Category: Business and finance, Approved, Finance and economics, FINANCE ...
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A new breed of German startups

By The Economist online ...read more Read more here: A new breed of German startups Category: Business and finance, Approved, Business, Business ...
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Airline Relative Underperformance Continues

The charts suggest that the airline industry will continue to underperform the transports sector and the broader markets. ...read more Read more here: Airline Relative Underperformance Continues ...
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Micron Stock Could Rally Into the Upper $70s

Micron Technology stock has carved a cup and handle pattern that could yield a rally into the upper $70s. ...read more Read more here: Micron Stock Could Rally Into the ...
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NIFTY Mid-Cap Stocks to Buy

After a potential failed breakdown in the NIFTY Mid-Cap 100 Index, some component stocks could be poised for growth. ...read more Read more here: NIFTY Mid-Cap Stocks to Buy ...
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Tesla Accelerated From Key Levels as June Began

Tesla stock has been on the rise since holding its "reversion to the mean" at the end of March, and patient investors and traders have been rewarded. ...read more Read ...
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McDonald’s Has Cold Brew Now, And What Is Coffee Anymore?

Oreo topping. View Entire Post › ...read more Read more here: McDonald's Has Cold Brew Now, And What Is Coffee Anymore? Category: GRUB ...
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Disney Breaks Out From Prior Highs in Volatile Session

Disney shares were sharply lower in pre-market trading but reversed direction after the open in the wake of the AT&T antitrust decision. ...read more Read more here: Disney Breaks Out ...
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