UPS shares fell Tuesday morning after reporting a loss from a $2 billion-plus pension charge and a downbeat outlook. Tuesday’s 6.5 percent decline in UPS’ shares, to $109.41 in early afternoon trading, nearly wiped out …
HOUSTON Exxon Mobil Corp, the world's largest publicly traded oil producer, posted a lower-than-expected quarterly profit on Friday due to weak crude prices and refining income, reflecting the broad malaise in the …
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The daily flow of economic statistics misleads even sophisticated analysts into watching the short-term trends while forgetting the long-term basics that often determine events – as we see today, with analysts chattering …
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Washington — Did Nancy Pelosi do something untoward when she bought shares of Visa’s gangbusters initial public offering (IPO) in 2008? After picking through her disclosure forms, it looks a lot less likely that Pelosi …
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Pre-tax profits at ground engineering specialist Van Elle fell from £5.2m to £3.2m in the first half of the year, after Stock Market flotation costs and a fall in profit at the specialist railway business. Jon Fenton, chief executive, …
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With increasing investment in the Australian Not for Profit sector to achieve better outcomes for the community, one way of both increasing and leveraging investment may be a ‘stock market for good’, says David Crosbie, …
It’s pretty uncommon for a stock to gain $86 in one day. But that’s exactly what happened yesterday for Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) stock, when shares surged 18%. A one-day gain of 18% is downright impressive. But would …
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WASHINGTON -- The government's sale of American International Group Inc., stock will generate an additional $2.7 billion to boost the profit to U.S. taxpayers to $15.1 billion on the insurance giant's bailout, the …
Kroger reports a $1.7B profit, stock soars Kroger reported a $1.7 billion profit for 2014 – a 13.8 percent increase from the previous year. Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1G1oZWM
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So we are more unhappy seeing our stock fall 30% than we are happy seeing it rise 30 ... is the ‘sunk cost fallacy‘, which we had discussed a few months back on Safal Niveshak. Here is what this fallacy leads you to …
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