SEOUL, South Korea – Asian stock markets slumped on Friday following overnight losses on Wall Street as U.S. President Donald Trump's bellicose remarks prompted investors to unload shares in companies that have been on the …
In coming decades, the words of the ancient Mariner are increasingly likely to seep into the world’s consciousness: “Water, water everywhere, [but not a] drop to drink.” Though lakes, seas and oceans blanket 71% of the planet, only a …
Not content with taxing the recreational and social clubs, the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) set its eyes, this time, on the condominium associations. Similar to the recreational clubs, it slapped them with income tax and VAT on their …
Despite marijuana stocks racking up huge gains over the past couple of years, many of them have yet to turn a profit. Finding marijuana stocks that have positive bottom lines isn't an easy task. Aphria reported net income of roughly $5 …
Albemarle, SQM, and FMC are by far the largest lithium players that are traded on a major U.S. stock exchange, though none are pure plays. So they are the best stocks for most individual investors wanting exposure to lithium. There are a …
The Republican resurgence on Capitol Hill makes for-profit education company stock a hot commodity, according to …
SHANGHAI, Oct 10 (Reuters) - China stocks fell on Tuesday, retreating from 21-month highs hit the previous session, as investors took profits on recent gainers and awaited third-quarter economic data and earnings reports. The bluechip …
This is is a guest post from Philip Pilkington, a writer and research assistant at Kingston University. Gavyn Davies recently had an interesting take on stock prices in the US. Davies made the point that the profit share in the US had risen …
Trivago stock is pacing for its second bear gap this year, with the shares down 25.3% in pre-market trading -- set to open at a new record low. This comes after the company issued a current-quarter and full-year profit warning. The security …
NEW YORK -- Amid dueling assessments of the impact of new federal rules aimed at cracking down on abuses by for-profit colleges, the stock market delivered a clear verdict: business as usual. Shares for every publicly traded college …