Why has this stock that I had real good feeling about crashed after moving to Canada? CVEO has a great plan and I put in in my tax deferred IRA. Now it is crashing in price after the decision to move from the US To Canada. Why is this happening:? Why is it valued less in Canada as a company than in the U.S.? I thought from into posted that the move was positive for CVEO, but seems it has been like death for the stock price.
Please explain so I can understand what has and is still happening.
Why are the executives of Panasonic Corp so advanced in age? Is this the reason that the stock is held so in disdain? Is it common practice with Japanese companies to have such aged individuals at the top?
Think again, now the lawsuits begin. This will be a anchor on upward trends as XOMA will have to pay to defend against the suits.
Seems that the oil industry is not even operating even to service older producing wells. We should be seeing some profits by the names held in Fidelity Select Energy Service portfolio.
Does any one investing in this have a Gigafactory construction schedule? Seems like Panasonic stock is not reacting to the news of their construction of the Gigafactory and heavy production of lithium ion batteries for cars, businesses and homes.
With at the pump fuel prices continuing to creep upward, I wonder why? With the very low price of U.S. produced crude oil filling the storage areas to the brim, it would seem that refined fuel would not be creeping upward. Are the refineries buying more expensive oil on the international market due to long term contracts?
Later in 2015 the IMF is expected to add the Chinese Yuan currency to the basket of currencies of the International Monetary Fund. When that happens I am wondering how it will affect the price of the Fidelity China Region Fund.
Received a letter from Fidelity Today that indicates that the that dividend is USD 0.94 less 15 percent Dutch Withholding Tax. Paid in cash or additional shares.
I DON'T UNDERSTAND why are we subject to a Dutch 15% withholding tax?
I don't understand why the tax implications change? Explain in more detail why moving the company headquarters to Canada makes any difference since the company remains the same.
You could be right but on the other hand the signs seem to indicate less pressure on the upside for increases in crude due to gradual reduction in demand worldwide. Competing energy sources are gradually reducing the need for cruse oil to generate electrical power and propel autos and busses. Could be that crude at $100 barrel is over.
Royal Dutch Shell has received permission from U.S. to drill off the Northwest coast of Alaska. The Polar Pioneer Drilling rig has been moved to the harbor in Seattle, WA. I can't believe that Shell will actually be spending the money to drill in the Arctic Ocean with the price of crude oil so low on the world market. Seems to me that they would need oil to be priced above 90 dollars per barrel.