Notre Dame, the home of the Fighting Irish bought a 5.1% stake in Tucows stock, which tumbled 20% after a disappointing first-quarter earnings report.
Despite lots of hype—and good traction among institutions—environmental, social, and governance investing hasn’t quite caught on with individual investors. It’s partly a generational divide, but the problems run deeper, too.
U.S. stocks closed slightly in the red after a two-day rally in response to the Federal Reserve’s hint that it could cut interest rates. The meeting between President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G-20 is coming into focus.
Leon Cooperman, billionaire chairman and CEO of Omega Advisors, says we could be “knocking on the door of euphoria” if the stock market rally continues.
Total U.S. consumer debt hit $14 trillion in the first quarter of 2019, surpassing the roughly $13 trillion of leverage accumulated in credit cards, auto loans and mortgages and other debt back in 2008.
Dividend stocks may get another boost if the Federal Reserve cuts interest rates. Lower interest rates mean rising prices for higher-yielding stocks.
There’s one big reason why consumers may want to avoid shopping with Facebook’s new cryptocurrency Libra.
The Federal Reserve meeting will provide gutsy contrarians with yet another opportunity to exploit investors’ tendency to jump first and think later.
The world’s No. 1 cryptocurrency is on fire, with a price approaching $10,000, pushing the digital asset near its highest level in more than a year. Here are a few theories about why bitcoin has been zooming higher.
All eyes on Fed Chairman Jerome Powell on Wednesday
While a hawkish Fed no longer looms large over this aging bull market, Nouriel Roubini, perhaps the media’s favorite permabear, now says the world “has an even bigger problem on its hands.”
And The Winner Is: The DJIA
Investors seem eager to insure themselves against geopolitical tensions that have flared up in the Middle East and Hong Kong this week, with gold vaulting.
Stocks continue climb, driven by consumer discretionary, IT
Strocks continue climb, driven by consumer discretionary, IT
Wait For The Fed To Start The Rate Cutting Cycle
Citi, BofA take dimmer view of Q2, Q3 corporate profits
Citi, BofA take dimmer view of Q2, Q3 earnings
Stocks' decline eases midday as real estate rises
Stocks' gains evaporate in late trading
Stocks' early gains vanish as trade worries persist
Stocks' earlier gains vanish as trade worries persist
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|L Brands Inc.|
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|Philip Morris International Inc.|
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|Altria Group Inc.|
|Align Technology Inc.|
|Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.|
|Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc.|
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|Advanced Micro Devices Inc.|