Month: September 2019

Just when it appeared progress was being made on the trade front, the White House is considering avenues for limiting U.S. investors’ exposure to Chinese investments. Believe it or not, those limitations would include the potential delisting of Chinese companies trading on major U.S. exchanges. Source: Pavel Ignatov / Shutterstock.com Yes, that would mean no
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Bulls had a tough session in the stock market today, as headline risk continues to rise. Equities were trading higher Friday morning before reports began circulating about President Donald Trump’s stance toward Chinese equities. The news instantly hit the S&P 500, which initially tried to recover from the losses, but was met by sellers at
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Investors buying marijuana stocks are rightfully excited about the long-term outlook for the industry. Unfortunately market leaders Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC) stock and Aurora Cannabis (NYSE:ACB) stock are both down more than 40% in the past six months. Source: Shutterstock The unbridled enthusiasm that initially greeted many U.S.-listed marijuana stocks has died down. It has been
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It’s  been easy to criticize Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) and its brash CEO, Elon Musk. For years, Musk has specialized in overpromising and underdelivering, hurting TSLA stock in the process. Source: Sheila Fitzgerald / Shutterstock.com He’s developed something of a habit of suggesting he doesn’t think his company will need to raise more cash, only to issue
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ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) CEO Darren Woods recently said that he was eyeing an acquisition in the Permian Basin. However, he felt the going rate for the top players in the region was too rich. Source: Jonathan Weiss / Shutterstock.com Whether Woods acts now or waits for better prices in the future, buying a large Permian producer
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Passengers seen boarding a LATAM Airlines Airbus 320 at Puerto Maldonado airport also know as Padre Aldamiz International Airport. John Milner | LightRocket | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: LATAM Airlines shares skyrocketed more than 47% after the bell following a CNBC report that Delta Airlines is planning to
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