List/Grid Monthly Archives: June 2018

Abortion could be banned in the U.S. within two years under new Supreme Court

Abortion could be banned in the U.S. within two years under new Supreme Court

Abortion in the U.S. is on the chopping block. Access to the medical procedure in the country has been dwindling in recent years and with the retirement announced this week… Read more »

Chip stocks to turn in first losing quarter in nearly three years, AMD bucks trend

Chip stocks to turn in first losing quarter in nearly three years, AMD bucks trend

Chip maker and related company stocks logged their worst quarter in nearly three years as trade war fears resonate through the industry, but to be fair, the industry has been… Read more »

Corona parent Constellation Brands has seen $700 million in gains from cannabis investment

Corona parent Constellation Brands has seen $700 million in gains from cannabis investment

Constellation Brands Inc., whose portfolio includes Corona beer, Ruffino prosecco and Svedka vodka, said it has recognized gains of more than $700 million in reported results since it invested in… Read more »

Futures Movers: Oil marks a fourth climb, with U.S. prices tallying a year-to-date gain of more than 20%

Futures Movers: Oil marks a fourth climb, with U.S. prices tallying a year-to-date gain of more than 20%

By Markets/commodities reporter Oil ended higher for a fourth straight session on Friday, booking strong weekly, monthly, quarterly and first-half 2018 gains as long-running efforts by OPEC, anticipated increases in… Read more »

Market Snapshot: Stocks gain as financials, energy rally, but remain poised for weekly losses

Market Snapshot: Stocks gain as financials, energy rally, but remain poised for weekly losses

U.S. stocks advanced Friday, with the Dow rising more than 200 points as major banks indicated that they would return capital to shareholders after passing the Federal Reserve’s stress tests,… Read more »

CryptoWatch: Bitcoin’s plunge means one thing: calls for rallies to $25,000 by year-end are fading—fast

CryptoWatch: Bitcoin’s plunge means one thing: calls for rallies to $25,000 by year-end are fading—fast

Bitcoin prices have carved out a fresh near-term nadir, extending a downtrend that has taken hold of the world’s No. 1 virtual currency since a recent peak in May peak… Read more »

Trump-era tariffs are hitting this one industry especially hard

Trump-era tariffs are hitting this one industry especially hard

The Trump-era tariffs have hit one industry particularly hard: Newspapers. It has been just over six months since the U.S. Department of Commerce levied its first tariffs on Canadian uncoated… Read more »

Capitol Report: This is how Larry Kudlow defines a falling deficit

Capitol Report: This is how Larry Kudlow defines a falling deficit

President Donald Trump’s economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Friday that the U.S.’s budget deficit is “coming down rapidly” — something that’s not reflected in the latest data from the Treasury… Read more »

Metals Stocks: Gold ends losing streak, but suffers 5.5% quarterly decline

Metals Stocks: Gold ends losing streak, but suffers 5.5% quarterly decline

By Markets/commodities reporter News editor Gold futures snapped a four-day losing streak Friday, but logged a second quarter drop of more than 5%. Gold sellers came up for air as… Read more »

These stocks have the highest dividend yields of the stress-test passers

These stocks have the highest dividend yields of the stress-test passers

If you’re looking for a high-yielding bank stock, among those most likely to survive the next financial meltdown, check out Huntington Bancshares Inc. and KeyCorp. A number of U.S.-based financial… Read more »

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