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CC earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2021.
You bring up an interesting dilemma some retirement savers may not think of, which is having your retirement assets locked away in investment portfolios intended to be used at an older age. Employer-sponsored retirement accounts, such as 401(k) plans, are a great tool for investing for retirement because they are tax-deferred, which means more money is growing until it’s time to withdraw. The first task is to double check on your company’s policy for the age 55 rule (for readers unfamiliar with this rule, it allows people age 55 or older who were separated from their jobs — either because they were fired or voluntarily left — to tap into the 401(k) from their current employer before the required age 59 ½).
We’re halfway through the year, and while the markets have been volatile, investors are having a good time so far. The S&P 500 has gained 11% year-to-date, and the tech-heavy NASDAQ has gained 9%. With the Fed keeping interest rates at historic lows, stocks are offering better rates of return – and they are keeping ahead of inflation, as well. But while the overall markets are up, individual stock performance can and will vary. Which means that in the midst of a general rising trend, it’s still
FUTURES MOVERS U.S. stock-index futures and cryptocurrency prices fell late Sunday, following Wall Street’s worst week since October. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures (YM00) fell more than 200 points Sunday night, while S&P 500 futures (ES00) and Nasdaq-100 futures (NQ00) also sank.
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It’s a mixed start to the week for the crypto majors. A Bitcoin fall back to sub-$35,000 levels would send the broader market into the deep red.
NIO Inc. (NIO) designs and manufactures high-tech electric vehicles in China. As a major player and innovator in connectivity, autonomous driving, and artificial intelligence technologies, it competes directly with Tesla (TSLA). The main value for NIO comes from its competitive positioning in the luxury electric vehicle market (especially SUVs) in China, stemming from its comparable technology combined with its cheaper price point. Furthermore, as a leading local manufacturer and innovator in hi
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(Bloomberg) -- Stocks slid Monday and longer-term Treasury yields fell as investors dialed back bets on higher inflation and stimulus-fueled growth after a hawkish pivot by the Federal Reserve.Shares in Europe followed Asian markets lower, while U.S. equity futures struggled for traction as the reflation bet that has dominated markets took a hit. Cyclical stocks were among the biggest laggards in the Stoxx Europe 600, while the Nikkei 225 fell as much as 4% at one point.The 30-year U.S. Treasury
(Bloomberg) -- Oil climbed near $72 a barrel after the latest talks between world powers and Iran to revive a nuclear deal ended without an agreement, a day after the OPEC producer elected a new president.Futures in New York rose 0.5% after increasing for a fourth week. Diplomats adjourned a sixth round of meetings with significant gaps remaining to mend the accord, the third time since talks began in April that negotiators have missed self-imposed deadlines to rejuvenate the agreement. A revive
Asian stocks dropped on Monday after last week's surprise hawkish shift by the U.S. Federal Reserve reduced the allure of riskier assets, while the Treasury yield curve flattened further with 30-year yields dropping below 2%. Japan's Nikkei led declines with a 3.6% drop and dipped below 28,000 for the first time in a month, while MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 1.4%. Benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury yields fell to the lowest since Feb. 24 at 1.3540%, while those on 30-year bonds slid as low as 1.9290% for the first time since Feb. 11.
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In what has simultaneously been one of Wall Street’s most bizarre and yet transformative phenomena, the rise of meme stocks -- loosely defined as publicly traded securities with incredibly strong social media followings -- quickly captured the world’s attention. Reportedly, at the heart of this movement’s ethos is the universal desire to restore equity from injustice. But its latest venture could undo whatever good it initially sparked. Kicking off the meme stock spectacle was of course GameStop
Congress is in session this week for the first time since May 20, and all eyes are watching for comments regarding a fourth stimulus update. See: Fourth Stimulus Checks Rumors Are Everywhere - Here's...
It’s a bearish start to the day for the majors. Avoiding a fall through the day’s pivot levels, however, would bring resistance levels into play.
Asian markets skidded on Monday, with Japan's Nikkei 225 index down 4%, after a selloff Friday on Wall Street gave the S&P 500 its worst weekly loss since February.
Iran could quickly export millions of barrels of oil it is holding in storage if it reaches a deal with the United States on its nuclear programme and has been moving oil into place to prepare for an eventual restart, four traders and industrial sources said. The U.S. and Iran began in mid-June their sixth round of indirect talks on reviving a 2015 nuclear deal that former U.S. President Donald Trump pulled out of in 2018. Trump reimposed sanctions on Iran’s energy sector, leading refiners in many countries to shun Iranian crude and forcing Tehran to pump well below capacity.
(FDX) (MGP) and (HRB) were among the U.S. companies that declared dividend increases this week. FedEx, the global shipper based in Memphis, plans to boost its quarterly payout to 75 cents a share, up 10 cents, or 15%, from 65 cents. As of Thursday’s close, the stock had returned about 11% this year, dividends included.