Small cap pharmaceutical stock Adamas Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ: ADMS) is thefourteenth most shorted stock on theNASDAQ with short interest of 40.18% according to Highshortinterest.com. Adamas Pharmaceuticals portfolio includes: GOCOVRITM (amantadine) extended release capsules (previously ADS-5
While there are times the so-called January Effect can account for why certain stocks will run higher during the first month of the year — big investment firms are buying up stock after having sold them off in December for tax-loss harvesting purposes — some stocks jump in January because the outlook for the business looks suddenly brighter.
Investment company Westbourne Investment Advisors, Inc. buys Eaton Vance Durationome Fund, Pioneer Floating Rate Trust Shares of Beneficial I, Red Hat, Facebook, Western Asset Managed Municipals Fund, Dollar Tree, Whirlpool, Vanguard Short-Termorate Bond ETF, Western Asset Bond Fund Share of Beneficial Intere, Regions Financial, sells PulteGroup, Tiffany, Humana, Macy’s, Norfolk Southern during....More>>>
Preet Bharara is known for his fierce pursuit of insider trading and corruption cases. Now, he’s out.
On Friday, Bharara was one of 46 U.S. attorneys asked to resign by President Trump. That was a standard move for a new president. But Trump, during his transition, had asked Bharara to stay on. After Bharara refused to resign, he was fired by Trump on Saturday.
Stocks spent most of Friday’s session in the red before breaking higher at the end of the trading day. By the close, theDow Jones Industrial Average(DJINDICES:^DJI) and the S&P 500 (SNPINDEX:^GSPC) indexes had each gained less than 0.25%.
Over 150 years ago, Smith and Wesson designed bullet cartridges that bear the name of S&W and were manufactured and sold throughout the United States of America. Today, Smith and Wesson is one of the many companies of the new holding company, American Outdoor Brands Corporation (NASDAQ:AOBC). AOBC will serve as the foundation for S&W, along with many other brands, and....More>>>
Whirlpool CEO Jeff Fettig blamed the confidence-sapping U.S. election and the plunge in the value of the British pound for the companys disappointing third quarter earnings, and predicted that the appliance-makers woes would be short-lived.
Whirlpool shares fell as much as 13% on Tuesday after the company posted earnings per share of $3.66, versus expectations for....More>>>
Oil and gas majors like ExxonMobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) and Royal Dutch Shell Plc (NYSE:RDS-B) have had a rough run since mid-2014. But these two industry giants are making the changes needed to deal with today’s difficult energy markets, just like they’ve done time and time before. You could worry, but you really don’t need to. Here are their bonafides.
Perhaps another nail in the coffin of Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE: WFC) CEO John Stumpf. Bernie Sanders, former presidential candidate and United States Senator from Vermont wants to know if the federal agencies involved in the bank’s scandal have made referrals of material to the Justice Department.
Comments from the Sen Sanders website about a letter to Richard Cordray the director....More>>>
Transocean (NYSE:RIG) is one of the best offshore drillers with a record backlog of about ~$12.4 billion as of 05/2/2018 - not including options that could add over $8 billion - after the acquisition of Songa Offshore.
Medicare is a vital part of retirement planning for millions of Americans. Healthcare costs are so high, it's important for everyone to figure out how to make the most of their Medicare benefits. That's why it's essential to take a look at your healthcare needs each year and consider making chang
Dunkin' Brands Group(NASDAQ:DNKN) reports its second-quarter 2018 results next week on July 26.The quick-service restaurant chain has chalked up a stock price return of 35% over the last 12 months, due in part to investors' confidence in its strategy of investing in franchisee growth.
First Japan, and now China, is getting markets notably the bond world stirred up.
Bonds are the topic du jour, especially after the Bank of Japan got everyone a bit worked up yesterday by trimming its government bond purchases. Then this morning, Bloomberg reported China is considering c