Global stocks recover their poise after Fed jolt

Currency traders work near screens showing the foreign exchange rates at the foreign exchange dealing room in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018. Asian markets were mixed on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve lifted its key interest rate as expected for the third time this year. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man) European stock markets recovered their poise Thursday after earlier […]

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ESG Investing: Myths & Truths

This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com. By Kostya Etus, CLS Investments Col. Jessep: You want answers? Kaffee: I WANT THE TRUTH! Col. Jessup: YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH!! – A Few Good Men (1992) ESG (environmental, social, and governance) investing has been a hot topic lately. Asset growth has reflected this, picking up over the last couple of years. But […]

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Why McCormick's Sales Slowdown Shouldn't Bother You

If you cook, you probably know McCormick (NYSE: MKC) well. The company produces spices and flavorings that are in millions of consumers' pantries, and it also provides the ingredients that commercial producers of snack foods use in order to give their products their distinctive flavors. Coming into Thursday's fiscal third-quarter financial report, McCormick investors were hoping that its solid pace […]

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Investing in Diabetes Stocks: A Beginner's Guide

Roughly 1 out of every 10 Americans — or more than 30 million people — have diabetes. Another 84 million Americans have prediabetes, which means they are dangerously close to developing diabetes. The numbers get even more mind-boggling when you zoom out to include the rest of the world. The World Health Organization estimated that more than 422 million people […]

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WTO cuts trade growth forecast amid US tariff disputes

The World Trade Organization lowered Thursday its global trade growth forecasts, citing increased trade tensions between large economies and heightened uncertainty. Continue Reading Below The Geneva-based trade body cut its estimate for this year by half a percentage point to a still-robust 3.9 percent. It predicts a further slowing of growth in volume terms next year, to 3.7 percent. "While […]

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Rupee ends almost flat at 72.59 against U.S. dollar

The rupee ended almost flat at 72.59 to the U.S. dollar on Thursday after initial strong gains were erased by fag-end dollar demand from importers despite government measures to stem currency volatility. Steady capital outflows against the backdrop of tumbling local equities, ongoing global trade war concerns and surging oil prices kept Forex sentiment under stress. The Indian unit seesawed […]

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Match Group Stock Is Still Alerting Bullish Trading Activity

A gain of approximately 80% in 2018 for shares of Match Group, Inc. (MTCH) likely would not have been possible without increasing institutional demand for the stock. In fact, Match Group is a regular household name for Mapsignals, and I even suggested the stock as a buy opportunity in an article posted a year ago. Since I wrote that article […]

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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: AMD, Amazon, Apple, Bed Bath & Beyond, Citigroup, Mastercard, Paypal, Square, Visa and More

Stocks were marginally higher on Thursday after Wednesday’s rate hike by the Federal Reserve. The odds are still very high for another interest rate hike as soon at the December Federal Open Market Committee meeting. Many investors have seen lower upside from buying on market pullbacks than in prior years. Now the investing community has to consider how they want to […]

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US court dismisses NY lawsuit against FedEx

FedEx gearing up for a record holiday season FedEx Ground CFO Bob Henning on the company’s plans for the busy holiday season and the potential competition in shipping from Amazon. FedEx has been cleared of a lawsuit by a federal judge in New York, in which  the package delivery company was accused of shipping untaxed cigarettes, cheating both out of […]

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