The 2016 election is now less than one month away. Lists are popping up all over the internet of which stocks to buy and sell depending on whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump wins. Most of these lists are pure speculation. Wouldn’t it be great if traders could get the candidates’ take on certain companies right out…
Deere & Company DE 0.08% reported some relatively weak September sales numbers, but Wells Fargo analyst Andrew Casey believes the stock is still a solid buy ahead of a coming cyclical upswing in global demand.
After a rough couple of years, the latest numbers from Gap Inc GPS 1.1% suggest the company may be on the brink of a turnaround. According to Jefferies analyst Randal Konik, Gap investors now have more reasons to be bullish than bearish.
There’s no question that OPEC’s recent talk of a crude oil production cut is good news for oil investors. However, the latest report from the organization suggests that the global oil industry is still a long way from balanced.
Halloween 2016 could be dominated by clowns and presidential candidates, although many Americans may find that group redundant. According to University of Detroit Mercy Marketing Professor Michael Bernacchi, costumes of clowns and the presidential candidates are likely flying off the shelves this Halloween.
Microsoft Corporation MSFT 0.35% may have pulled a fast one onsalesforce.com, inc. CRM 1.94%. According to Global Equities Research analyst Trip Chowdhry, Microsoft was never genuinely interested in a salesforce buyout, and now salesforce is in a tough position.
Low borrowing costs have driven a surge in M&A activity in recent years. Even some of the biggest companies in the world have been on spending sprees. However, when massive companies agree to join forces, ironing out the details of the deal and gaining regulatory approval can be a long and arduous process.
The most recent Quicken Loans study of homeowner value perceptions revealed that the disparity between appraiser and homeowner opinions of home values continued to narrow in September.
It’s not surprising that the TV ratings for the second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Sunday were 18 percent lower than ratings for the first debate. At 69 million viewers, TV ratings were still nearly a record high for a second presidential debate, even though the debate was up against Sunday…
Tuesday marks the 28th annual National Coming Out Day for people who choose to publicly declare their membership in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community.
If Donald Trump is going down in November, it appears as if he is going out in a blaze of glory.