General Motors has announced that it plans to stop selling Chevrolet brand cars in India at the end of 2017. The company currently runs two production facilities in the country. It will keep the Talegaon facility operational and use it to export vehicles to Mexico and South America, while selling the Halol facility to Chinese joint venture partner SAIC group. The move comes after GM’s....More>>>
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Forks have been in the news a lot recently due to controversy in the bitcoin community.
There was the potential fork that threatened to split bitcoin into two....More>>>
Jeep celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2016. It’s one of the most Iconic American brands, and now owned by Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles, or FCA (NYSE:FCAU) for short. It’s almost as if the word “Jeep” has come to describe any terrain-worthy car that a civilian can buy.
Jeep also is one of the fastest-growing major auto brands with a significant U.S. presence. In 2016,....More>>>
Roshni Nadar, chief executive officer for HCL Corp., an IT outsourcer, will inherit a lot of money from her billionaire father Shiv Nadar. That is, if she doesn’t become a billionaire on her own before that. (Photo by Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg)
Anyone who has been to India has seen the poverty. Mumbai is home to one of the largest slums in the world. India’s per capita income....More>>>
Resolute Forest Products (NYSE:RFP) is primarily involved in Newsprints, Specialty Papers, Wood Products and Market Pulp. As the downturn in global commodities intensified, RFP was not spared as all four of the company’s business segments got hit. Management has concentrated on lowering the cost of every segment but these actions were not enough to compensate for the deterioration of prices....More>>>
Retirement investing is not what it used to be. In the old days, one could just invest in the safe stocks to buy, in blue chips, in a nice ladder of bonds, and do just fine.
Alas, the market has significantly changed. Much of this is due to the historically low interest rates weve had.
The problem with the Federal Reserves attempt to goose the economy is that it killed bond yields,....More>>>
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Beijing’s recent decision to crack down on activities of Chinese insurance companies could push insurers toward riskier asset investments and create a liquidity crunch within the industry.
Industry regulator China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC) announced strict new rules late December, curbing an industry that has been flush with cash. The new rules are choking....More>>>
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Change is scary, but it is good. For First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR), the company knows it must change and adapt its business to the increasing competition coming from China. If it does not develop new products, low panel prices and excess supply will leave First Solar unable to compete. The fourth-quarter results give investors reasons for optimism: R&D spend, operating expenditures, project successes,....More>>>
(Published Feb. 23 by Bob Ciura)
Shares of consumer products company Nu Skin Enterprises (NYSE:NUS) crashed 11% after the company missed analyst expectations on both sales and earnings per share for the fourth quarter.
Nu Skin has struggled mightily over the past three years. In January 2014, the company was hit with an investigation by Chinese regulatory authorities into the firm’s....More>>>