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An economist just made a surprising call about bonds [0.05]

Posted on Aug. 14, 2017, 6 p.m. by Investing @ [source]

The yield on the 10-year Treasury note rebounded Monday, climbing modestly from its two-month low hit last week, but some economists and strategists see further decline for the benchmark yield as investors flock to safer assets.

The 10-year note's yield, which was sitting near 2.21 percent on Monday, will likely move lower as pressure builds around risk assets like growth stocks, said Max Wolff, chief economist at Disruptive Technology Advisers, who believes it could be a leading indicator for equities.

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After reporting second-quarter results, Teva Pharmaceuticals (TEVA) devastated its shareholders by announcing a dividend cut, writing down part of its Actavis acquisition and issuing a weak outlook.

Markets punished Endo International plc (ENDP) despite the company reporting a mild revenue decline of 4.9%, to $875.9 million.

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US Seniors Hammered by Debt [0.09]

Posted on Aug. 14, 2017, 5:58 p.m. by 24/7 Wall St. @ [source]

One-third of Americans over the age of 50 carries non-mortgage debt averaging $4,786 in credit card debt and $12,490 in total non-mortgage debt. The data were analyzed and results published last Friday by MagnifyMoney.

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The web hosting company GoDaddy said on Sunday it had given The Daily Stormer 24 hours to move its domain to another provider.

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Robots are taking our jobs says the Brookings Institute.

Robots, it turns out, are congregating densely in some places but are hardly found in others.

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The election of a businessman to the White House fueled a wave of optimism among America's CEOs.

It's a stunning reversal considering the euphoria among business leaders following Trump's election.

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Our fair value estimate for equity is $1.78 billion or $25/share using diluted stock count (2-3 year time frame target), 56% upside potential with a Buy rating.

Executive VP, Drug development, Kimberly Manhard: She has over 25 years of industry experience and served as Senior VP of Regulatory Affairs and Development Operations at Ardea Biosciences (acquired by AstraZeneca), VP Regulatory Affairs at Exelixis (EXEL) and worked in various regulatory affairs at Bristol Myers Squibb.

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Stocks Gain As Global Tension Eases [-0.04]

Posted on Aug. 14, 2017, 5:45 p.m. by INO.com Traders Blog @ [source]

Hello traders everywhere. Stock markets around the globe are posting gains today as the tensions between the U.S. and North Korea have eased a bit.

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Chicago, IL -August 14, 2017 - Today, Zacks Equity Research discusses the Industry: Railroads, Part 3, including Union Pacific Corp. (NYSE: UNP - Free Report ), CSX Corp. (NASDAQ: CSX - Free Report ) and Norfolk Southern Corp. (NYSE: NSC - Free Report ).

It is a well-established fact that coal-related headwinds battered stocks in the railroad space over the past few years, however things are looking up now on that front thanks to President Trump's favorable views on the commodity.

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James Alex Fields, Jr., center with black shield, in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday. CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — The man suspected of ramming his car into a crowd here, an attack that authorities said left one ...

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In a time when the grocery shopping experience is undergoing a change, in audience, service, and merchandising, a name in the food retail industry is making quite the footprint: Aldi.

Today, Aldi Nord operates 2,500 stores in Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, Poland, Spain, Denmark, and Portugal, as well as specialty grocery chain Trader Joe's in the U.S.; ALDI Süd operates 1,600 stores throughout the U.S., Austria, Slovenia, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and Switzerland.

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When you think about America's most iconic companies, you can separate their founders into two categories.

Yet the most iconic of this founder type is Ray Kroc, who in the mid-1950s happened upon a popular hamburger stand in San Bernardino, California, in the course of selling multimixer milkshake machines.

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Shares of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles FCAU soared 8% in morning trading on Monday following the news that the company turned down a buyout offer from an unnamed Chinese automaker because it wasn't high enough.

According to Automotive News , the unnamed firm made Fiat Crysler an offer slightly over the company's market value this month.

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According to research firm eMarketer, 168.1 million people in the U.S. will use an internet-connected TV this year, representing 10.1% growth from 2016 . Nonetheless, eMarketer notes that the streaming device market is still growing, with Roku remaining in the lead.

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Shares of both Snap Inc. SNAP and Blue Apron APRN have had a rough go of it since their respective highly-publicized IPOs earlier this year, and confidence in the companies' futures seems to be slipping every day.

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I travel for travel's sake.

Lots of people would agree with Robert Louis Stevenson, as they're eager to travel and see the world -- or more of their own country.

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Snap (NYSE: SNAP) is one of the biggest IPOs of 2017, but the market is backing away from the company with every new quarterly report the Snapchat operator puts out.

In this episode of Industry Focus: Tech , analyst Dylan Lewis and senior tech specialist Evan Niu dive into Snap's second earnings report, which the company released last week, and explain why it sent shares down over 10%.

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After graphics specialist NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) reported strong financial results, shares of the company shed almost 7%.

That said, I've seen some speculation that NVIDIA's financial guidance for the coming quarter wasn't as good as it could've been if NVIDIA were planning to launch new gaming-oriented graphics processors based on its new Volta architecture, leading to the post-earnings decline in NVIDIA's stock price.

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5 Side Gigs for Retirees [0.20]

Posted on Aug. 14, 2017, 5:34 p.m. by Latest Articles in Stocks @ [source]

Some retirees just aren't ready to leave the working world altogether. Whichever category you fall into, here are some ideas for side jobs that can work particularly well for retirees.

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Tesla continues to have no trouble raising money to help fund its capital-intensive expansion for Model 3 production ramp-up.

Tesla announced on Friday that its proposed $1.5 billion senior note offering ended up generating $1.8 billion in aggregate principal notes, or 20% more than Tesla was initially looking for.

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