As the American economy continues to recover and expand following the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression, the U.S. financial market still periodically comes to a screeching halt when everyone turns their attention to a group of 12 economic oracles, the members of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC).
Digitalsmiths recently released the results of its quarterly survey on Pay-TV providers, content owners and consumer electronics manufacturers. This quarter’s survey polled 3,144 consumers in North America and sheds light on the latest trends in digital entertainment.
While analysts may have had a difficult time deciphering General Motors Company GM 3.34%’s all-emoji press release about the new 2016 Chevrolet Cruze, they certainly have a lot to say following the English-language statement about the latest Cruze model released this week.
Susquehanna analyst Charles Minervino released a new report that details the firm’s updated take on the oilfield services industry. Outside of a sharp, unexpected spike in crude oil prices, Susquehanna does not believe that the upcoming earnings season will serve as a positive catalyst for oilfield services stocks.
Shares of Magnum Hunter Resources Corp MHR 10.5% are spiking after the company announced that it expects to raise up to $700 million by selling its 45.53 percent stake in natural gas subsidiary Eureka Hunter Holdings.
With 2015’s hurricane season now in full swing, Citi Research analyst Andrius Budnikas penned a new report on hurricane season’s effect on the reinsurance business. U.S. hurricanes have historically caused some of the largest financial losses to the reinsurance business, and reinsurance stocks typically underperform throughout the hurricane season.
Statista just released its new list of the top 10 global employers based on total number of employees, and the list has some surprising members. Statista notes that many people likely assume that the world’s largest employers would all be found in countries with the largest populations, such as India and China. However, the Statista…
According to Credit Suisse analyst Gregory Lewis, 2015 may end up being a year to remember for tanker investors. In a new report, Lewis discusses exactly why Credit Suisse is so bullish on several tanker names.
A new report by Susquehanna analyst Pablo Zuanic focuses on two big-name alcoholic beverage stocks: Constellation Brands, Inc. STZ 1.53% and Boston Beer Co Inc SAM 2.42%. Although Susquehanna currently has Neutral ratings on both stocks, the firm sees more downside risk to Boston Beer.
Benzinga recently had the chance to speak with Wave Systems Corp. WAVX 8.48% CEO Bill Solms about the modern landscape of cybersecurity. Solms discussed the lessons that companies should learn from recent headline-grabbing security breaches, and he issued warnings to the American public about two of the most common security vulnerabilities.