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Rogers knows a thing or two about making money in turbulent times.
As we move toward the end of Q2, it’s time to start thinking about earnings. Looking back at the quarter, analysts are predicting earnings growth of 8%, which may rise to 11% heading into next year. It’s a rosy picture, but it’s also not a sure thing. GDP contracted in Q1, by nearly 1.5%, and some estimates are showing 0% growth in Q2. Such results would meet the technical definition of a recession – and recession is hardly the usual environment to find robust earnings growth. Looking at current
Nuclear submarine supplier to be sold to US buyer after diplomatic row Russian default expected within days Retail sales volumes down 0.5pc in May FTSE 100 rises strongly Ambrose Evans-Pritchard: The pro-Brussels establishment is painting Brexit as an economic disaster to reverse it Sign up here for our daily business briefing newsletter
Companies could be returning trillions to shareholders. Here’s how to accept it.
Buffett dumped some banks to buy Citi. And it's still cheap.
One of Warren Buffett's famous sayings is, "Be greedy when others are fearful." With the vast amount of selling in the past few weeks, Buffett is likely scooping up shares of his favorite companies at lower valuations. After all, Berkshire Hathaway has more than $106 billion in cash sitting on its balance sheet, just waiting to be put to good use.
Entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist Mark Cuban began building his fortune in 1990 with the sale of his technology startup, MicroSolutions.Three decades later, his business ventures and stakes in...
Americans have been snatching up second passports in Europe as a way to escape political unrest. Here's how you can join them.
The pandemic property boom across the developed world is coming to an abrupt halt as climbing mortgage rates bring an end to record prices.
Age 62 is the first year you're eligible for Social Security, but your benefit amount will lower. We go over how to retire comfortably at 62.
The incoming chief executive of Brazil's state-run oil company Petrobras told a corporate committee he has not received any guidance from the government on changing the firm's fuel pricing policy, a document showed on Saturday. Caio Mario Paes de Andrade, a former economy ministry official appointed by President Jair Bolsonaro to run Petrobras, was approved by the eligibility committee on Friday, a key step for him to take the reins of the company. The minutes of the meeting, published by Petrobras on Saturday, showed the committee had asked Andrade about the company's pricing policy, a topic that helped bring down three CEOs during Bolsonaro's tenure as price hikes created tensions with the far-right leader.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is trying to remove one of the biggest, most popular electronic cigarettes from the market, opening the way for its rival to become the unassailable leader in smoking alternatives. Although the regulatory agency delivered what appeared to be a death blow to Juul Labs by rejecting its marketing application for the Juul device and requiring it to take all its products off store shelves, Juul won a temporary reprieve from an appeals court, which stayed the order until it can decide on the merits of the case. Juul is partially owned by tobacco giant Altria (NYSE: MO), which acquired a 34% stake in the e-cig maker in 2018 for $12.8 billion.
WARSAW, Poland — Every afternoon at a park outside a distinctively Stalinesque skyscraper in central Warsaw, scores of Ukrainian teenagers come together. They are young refugees, trying to cope. Many have quit school to drift around Warsaw, rootless, lost even, as young as 14 or 15, smoking cigarettes and swigging cheap beer. They gather under the maple trees, playing Ping-Pong or sprawling out on the benches, heads in each other’s laps, wondering what to do. Sign up for The Morning newsletter f
The market rally has picked up momentum. Here's what to do now. Enphase, Google are among nine stocks to watch.
A strange thing is happening in popular culture. This weekend, it will be dominated by an 80-year-old man – Paul McCartney – headlining Glastonbury. In London’s Hyde Park, a 78-year-old man – Mick Jagger – will be leading out the last surviving Rolling Stones to sing songs about street fighting and sex. Meanwhile, 63-year-old Kate Bush is back at No 1 in the UK with Running Up That Hill, just as she was in 1978, as a willowy teenager, with her debut single Wuthering Heights. She’s even made the
The number of companies stepping up to cover travel costs for U.S. employees seeking abortion services is growing following a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday to overturn its landmark Roe v. Wade.
Economists have been studying a three-year window for hints as to what might happen if the Supreme Court goes ahead delivers a leaked draft opinion that would overturn a national right to an abortion.
Many popular companies have announced stock splits in 2022. With that in mind, we asked a panel of Motley Fool contributors to share their top picks from the list of upcoming stock splits. Nicholas Rossolillo (Fortinet): In the years leading up to and during the beginning of the pandemic, there was much talk about how cybersecurity needs have changed.
Four times a year, investors are treated to the recent investment decisions of Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. Berkshire's most recent quarterly filing came on May 16 and showed that it had purchased eight new stocks: Occidental Petroleum, HP (NYSE: HPQ), Citigroup, Paramount Global (NASDAQ: PARA), Celanese, McKessen, Markel (NYSE: MKL), and Ally Financial (NYSE: ALLY).
Dividend stocks are the new darlings in S&P 500. But investors are getting burned on those stocks, too.