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The federal agency cautioned parents desperate for formula to think twice before buying from unfamiliar sources.
He also predicts a ‘more significant pullback’ if this one thing happens.
Over $300,000 was raised for a Burger King employee who never missed work in 27 years and got a backpack, movie ticket, and Starbucks cup as a gift.
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Now that we’re into the third quarter, we’re stating to see the pundits sound off on what the Q2 economic data will show – and some of them are openly saying that second quarter GDP will record a contraction. Coming on the heels of the 1.6% contraction in Q1, this will put the US in a technical recession. Along with rising inflation and the Fed’s turn to higher rates and monetary tightening, this adds up a darkening economic picture. But Jim Cramer, the well-known host of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money’ prog
Don't feed the bear market, prepare for the next bull run. Tesla deliveries fell sharply in Q2 with BYD on tap.
Insiders buy shares for only one reason: they think the price is going up.
(Bloomberg) -- Tesla Inc. investors have a lot to parse after the July 4 holiday: a disappointing quarter of deliveries, a record month of production, and now several weeks of downtime at multiple plants.Most Read from BloombergPerson of Interest in July 4 Parade Shooting That Killed Six in Police CustodyBezos Slams Biden Over Call for Lowering of Gas PricesTesla Pauses Plants After Ending Shaky Quarter With a Production MilestoneUkraine Latest: Kyiv’s Immediate Funding Needs Hit $65 BillionBide
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Tesla released its Q2 production and delivery figures, which came roughly inline with street estimates. Tesla produced 258,580 vehicles and delivered 254,695 vehicles in Q2. Deliveries, which the industry looks at closely as a proxy for sales, were expected to be in the 250K range, after estimates had been knocked down by Wall Street analysts over the past few weeks over concerns from COVID shutdowns in China.
Schiff publicly predicted the great financial crash of 2008. Will he be right again?
Tesla stock vs. BYD stock: Tesla deliveries fell sharply in Q2 while BYD sales boomed, seizing the EV crown. BYD stock is in a buy zone.
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Bitcoin might have cemented its status as “digital gold,” but one other widely touted purpose has yet to properly play out. The daddy of crypto is supposed to be a hedge against inflation but recent times have shown that soaring inflation has not provided a tailwind. In fact, Bitcoin's performance has followed the lead of the equity market, and mirroring the wide downturn in 2022, bitcoin’s price has tumbled over 70% since peaking last November. That said, the “death of bitcoin” has been announc
The first half of the year has been brutal for investors. But now is the time to buy high-quality businesses if you have some cash available.
The safe route is to buy shares, collect the generous dividends and reap the rewards when valuations revert back to normal.
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