So long as we’re looking at long-term home values, we may as well continue the history lesson by also observing the last century-plus of stock market performance. And, err, the lesson is roughly the same: the sharp correction provoked by …
Due to the July 4 break, the stock market ... inaccurate share prices. "The systems send out test data as normal course of business; unfortunately some third party vendors misinterpreted the test data," a spokesperson from Nasdaq told …
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Traditional Americans are sure to characterize Target’s plummeting stock as poetic justice. Following Target’s recent stance in support of transgender customers and employees, which allows men who identify as women to use whichever …
The Minister was informed that a meeting in this regard was also convened by the Union Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution System where the Delhi government requested the Central government to provide financial …
For consumers, a saturated used car market is more than welcome. Carmel, Indiana-based auction firm KAR Auction Services told Reuters used vehicle prices at dealer auctions fell about 3 percent last year and will fall another 3 percent …
General Electric Co.’s (NYSE: GE) share price rose by nearly 2.7% last week, but the company did not relinquish its position as the worst performing equity of the 30 stocks that comprise the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The gain …
Sugar prices are likely to remain firm due to tight stock situation despite increase in sugar production, ICRA said in a report. “Despite increase in sugar production, the same would at best be at the same level as our estimate of …
After a full year of sliding profits and stock prices, retail giant Target Corp. has announced a cut in pay for its CEO, Brian Cornell. After a year of declining sales, tumbling share prices, and a major slide in its brand name, Target announced …
This triggers debt deflation, hurts corporate efficiency, and hammers stock prices. The world is in an accelerating long wave debt-deflation bust. This makes corporate operations inefficient. This eventually drives profits and therefore stock