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Hot Clean Energy Stocks To Buy For 2019

Falling prices and a drop in Chinese investment are on track to reduce year-over-year spending on new solar energy projects, according to Bloomberg NEF (BNEF). In the first six months of 2018, solar investment has dropped by 19% compared to the first half of 2017, and BNEF expects the downward trend to gather momentum in the second half of the year.

In the first half of this year, investment....More>>>

The World’s 15 Largest Banks

Of the world’s 15 largest banks, the top four are based in China. These four giants topped the list in 2016 and in 2017, so it’s no surprise at all that there has been no change at the top.

The top four banks Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, China Construction Bank, Agricultural Bank of China, Bank of China have combined assets totaling $13.637 trillion, up by $1.727....More>>>

Hot Blue Chip Stocks To Buy Right Now

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Dow 19,000 has a nice ring to it. And the iconic blue chip stock gauge is edging ever closer to that milestone.

After Mondays record-breaking day, when the Dow Jones industrial average, large-company Standard & Poors 500 stock index, tech-dominated....More>>>

Top 5 Heal Care Stocks To Invest In 2018

Cryptocurrencies burst onto center stage in 2017, delivering what might very well be historic gains. For the year, the aggregate value of all digital currencies soared from a starting value of $17.7 billion to an ending value of roughly $613 billion. That works out to an increase of more than 3,300%! By comparison, the stock market has historically gained 7% a year, inclusive of dividend reinvestment....More>>>

The Biggest IPO Since 2014: Here's What You Need to Know

This week’s monster IPO, that of financial services companyAXA Equitable Holdings,stands to not only be the largest in terms of capital raised this year, but it’s also likely to notch the record for the largest in this half of the decade so far. It tips the scales at around $3.5 billion, at the midpoint of its per-share IPO price. It’ll be the biggest initial offering since the....More>>>

Dow Jones Today Falls 61 Points as Markets Brace for Trump’s Iran Nuclear Deal Decision

The Dow Jones today projected a 61-point decline as investors prepared for the president’s announcement on Iran. According to European diplomats, U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to withdraw the United States from the deal, despite the fact that rejecting the pact is likely to foster an international crisis.

As global upheaval continues to rock market, gold has staged a....More>>>

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Aetnas Headquarters May Leave Connecticut

Aetnas Headquarters May Leave Connecticut

IRS Posts Affordable Care Act Tax Data

(Bloomberg) — Prices for individual major medical plans are stabilizing in Pennsylvania and will continue to unless the Trump administration and Republicans in Congress take action that would hurt the program, the state’s insurance regulator....More>>>

Jobs Growth Stays A Little Slow in April As Unemployment Rate Falls

Jobs growth seems to be leveling off a little after many months of feverish gains. Employment rose 164,000 in April, the U.S. government said in its Non-farm payrolls report Friday, below Wall Street analysts’ expectations for the second month in a row.

The new figure comes after a March jobs report that showed surprisingly tepid growth of just 103,000. That number got revised up to....More>>>

Are Short Sellers Betting Against the Major Banks?

The financial sector was a major part of the Great Recession, and it has been a major part of the recovery and raging bull market since then. Generally speaking, the major financial institutions in the United States are a good barometer of the current state of U.S. markets.

So when short sellers make a play against these major banks, they are effectively betting for a downturn. Conversely,....More>>>

Why The IPO Of A Dutch Bank Might Not Live Up To The Market’s (Dividend) Expectations

A few weeks ago, NIBC Holding (NIBC, Euronext Amsterdam) completed its IPO as Private Equity firm JC Flowers was finally able to place a substantial part of its shares on the equity markets. Unfortunately, NIBCs first trading day was overshadowed by a turmoil on the financial markets as the fears for a worldwide trade war increased.

Source: Euronext.com

Not a great day to....More>>>