The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note started the week on a tear, jumping to 2.99 percent and toying with the key 3 percent level that could trigger a reaction across global financial markets.
Bitcoin’s biggest long-term threat isn’t big governments and central banks. It’s the very technology behind Bitcoin that can be used to create other cryptocurrencies.
This is evidenced by the rapid growth in supply of other cryptocurrencies that are competing with Bitcoin. A larger supply of cryptocurrencies has the potential of eventually crushing Bitcoin....More>>>
Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV Program, Monday, January 9.
The market has become too hot before getting into the earnings season which is not a good thing. “We want things cool. There is too much heat. That is why I’m hoping we get some more down days this week, just in case the earnings aren’t as perfect as they need to be after....More>>>
On June 21, 2017, an Ethereum “flash crash” sent cryptocurrency owners into a full-fledged panic. The Ethereum price crashed to a low of $0.10 from $319 on the GDAX cryptocurrency exchange. Shortly after the event, GDAX Vice President Adam White wrote in a June 21 blog post that there were no indications of wrongdoing.
The temporary crash, which reportedly took place in a....More>>>
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"We're not there yet, but we're close"… So says our colleague Ben Morris about a potential breakout in precious metals. Ben recently noted that both gold and silver, as well as their related mining stocks, had reached critical "resistance" levels. Gold, gold stocks, and silver stocks were still testing these levels, while silver had just broken....More>>>
JPMorgan’s Jamie Baker and Nishant Mani argue that “downside risk appears diminutive” in airlines like Delta Air Lines (DAL), Southwest Airlines (LUV), and American Airlines (AAL)–even if there’s a recession. They explain why:
Were over a year into fuels decline, and investor fears concerning a breakdown in discipline havent materialized.....More>>>
Amazon.com Inc. (NSDQ:AMZN) is off to a great start to shopping season 2016. Starting with the record (Non-Prime day) number of Prime subscription sign-ups on the launch day of The Grand Tour,over a week ago, to the strong sales in the just concluded Thanksgiving weekend and the latest announcement of onboarding shipping giant Matson onto its cloud service, Amazon is clearly firing on all cylinders.....More>>>
Wall Street, it seems, is excited about the future of Seadrill Ltd (NYSE:SDRL), one of the world’s largest offshore drillers, thanks to the recent surge in oil prices to more than $50 a barrel. Mr. Market is hoping that a high oil price environment could solve Seadrill’s problems.
Seadrill is one of the world’s largest offshore drillers, commanding the world’s....More>>>
Visa (NYSE:V) is a leading global technology company that connects consumers, merchants, banks, and governments with the use of its global electronic payment network. Visa’s primary revenue stream comes from personal consumption expenditures. In the past five years, Visa was able to grow revenues at a double-digit rate, although global personal consumption expenditures....More>>>
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.
Airbus SE Chief Executive Officer Tom Enders sketched out the company’s plans for the next generation of European fighter aircraft and warned that Brexit means the U.K. could miss out on future production.
Airbus’s German operation is working with French warplane specialist
Picking stocks in a bull market is so easy the GEICO caveman could do it. After all, when the broader market indices, like the S&P 500, trade at average price-to-earnings (P/E) and price-to-sales ratios (P/S) of 24.4 and 2.2, respectively, just about every stock in the index is rising.