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Google owner Alphabet faces $25.4BN damages claims in UK, Dutch courts over adtech practices click here
Southern Silver Exploration encouraged by results of first two drill holes at Oro copper project, New Mexico click here
Berenberg reiterates ‘Buy’ rating on Greatland Gold following recent key funding and board strengthening news click here
Fireweed Metals CEO: ‘We just can’t stop finding zinc’ at Macmillan Pass project click here
Golden Shield confirms high-grade depth extension at Mazoa Hill Deposit; discovers five additional prospects, two drill ready click here
American Resources Corp division partners with RecycleForce to process rare earth and battery element feedstocks click here
Newrange Gold acquires Coricancha mine in Peru from Great Panther Mining click here
American Battery Technology highlights key milestones achieved in ‘transformational’ fiscal 2022 click here
Great Panther Mining inks deal to sell Coricancha mine in Peru to Newrange Gold click here
Recruiter.com announces time and money-saving hiring solution Recruiter.com Shortlist click here
First Mining Gold says partner Big Ridge Gold has earned a 51% stake in Hope Brook project having completed first stage of earn-in click here
South Star Battery Metals engages drilling company from maiden campaign at Alabama Graphite project click here
Generation Hemp posts record revenue in July by processing more hemp biomass and pre-selling some inventory click here
KULR Technology receives special DoT permits to boost SafeCase product energy levels click here
Mountain Valley MD kicks off commercial sales of Agrarius, an agro plant technology click here
Mandalay Resources CEO says drilling at Costerfield operation in Australia is ‘achieving its goals’ click here
PlantX Life adds KeHE Distributors for Little West cold pressed juices delivery click here
PyroGenesis chosen by trading house to supply SPARC refrigerant waste destruction system click here
Great Panther Mining inks deal to sell Coricancha mine in Peru to Newrange Gold Corp click here
HighGold Mining raises ownership in Yukon properties to 100%; Stifel GMP analysts see stock re-rating click here
Naturally Splendid Enterprises launches purchasing program for its Plantein entrees with Greenbridge Foodservice click here
Fobi AI part of pilot tracking key milestones for 8112 universal digital coupons click here
Gevo says its Northwest Iowa RNG project achieves EPA milestone ahead of schedule click here
LithiumBank Resources boosts land position in Western Canada with another 530,000 acres click here
Global Energy Metals to explore 30 targets after new mineral findings in Nevada click here
Numinus Wellness updates on integration of Novamind acquisitionGuardforce AI enters into non-binding agreement to acquire Shenzhen-based robotics company click here
Kodiak Copper says exploration at MPD copper-gold porphyry project is progressing well click here
Endexx Corporation says new subsidiary HYLA looks to expand into eight new markets click here
Givex says it and Counter Solutions subsidiary to exhibit together at London’s Casual Dining trade show click here
Tocvan Ventures eyes start of drilling at El Picacho gold-silver project after identifying San Ramon as high-priority target click here
Minto Metals updates on security costs; submits proposal to Yukon government click here
PowerTap Hydrogen Capital Corp partners with T2M Global to fast-track deployment of hydrogen stations click here
Unigold closes second and final tranche of a non-brokered private placement for aggregate gross proceeds of $184,000 click here
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Central banks are like “reformed smokers,” famed investor Stanley Druckenmiller says. “They’ve gone from printing a bunch of money, like driving a Porsche at 200 miles an hour, to not only taking the foot off the gas, but just slamming the brakes on.”
FedEx has blown three tires before the peak holiday shipping season, and chatter on the Street is that mighty Amazon may have played a role.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is about to lose one of its higher-yielding dividend stocks. STORE Capital (NYSE: STOR), a real estate investment trust (REIT) with a high dividend yield, has agreed to be taken private by GIC and Oak Street. Because of that, Berkshire and other investors relying on STORE to supply them with passive income will need to find a replacement.
After three months of highly volatile trading, which have seen the S&P 500 drop down toward 3,600, rally up to 4,300, and fall back down to 3,900, investors can be forgiven for feeling some whiplash. The question that needs answering, however, is where will the markets go from here? Morgan Stanley strategist Andrew Slimmon believes that investors shouldn’t worry too much about the bear case. Worse-than-expected inflation numbers for August may have pushed the markets into a tumble this week, but
Electric vehicle (EV) stocks have gotten a lot of attention over the last few years as production has increased and multiple companies have come public, but that doesn't mean all EV stocks are good investments. Companies still have to make money building and selling vehicles, which has historically been the hardest part of the auto business. Given the current trends, I think General Motors (NYSE: GM) is the one EV stock to buy hand over fist, while ChargePoint (NYSE: CHPT) and Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) have some serious red flags.
Jefferies Equity Research Analyst Brent Thill assesses Adobe's deal to acquire Figma amid its third-quarter revenue beat, while looking at investor responses, the climate of the tech sector, and Amazon's NFL streaming deal.
There was no good news in the August inflation numbers. While the annualized rate did fall slightly from July, from 8.5% to 8.3%, it came in higher than expected – and worse, the core CPI rate, rather than dropping, increased to 6.3%. Consumers are struggling, and their pain is real. But it’s not only consumers who are getting hit hard by inflation. Retailers are also feeling the strain, and they’re feeling it twice – from consumers, whose wallets are pinched and so are buying less, and from the
In the battle for investment survival, you can learn a lot from judo. The first and most important lesson in that martial art is the same for the stock market: damage control.
U.S. stock futures on Friday suggested a sell-off in equity markets was poised to deepen at the open as traders weighed an ominous warning from Fedex about the global economy.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway bought a bunch of stocks during the second quarter. Notable names included Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI), Occidental Petroleum (NYSE: OXY), and Chevron (NYSE: CVX). Buffett seems to be most bullish on Apple and Occidental Petroleum.
In this piece, we will take a look at the 13 best semiconductor stocks to buy now. If you want to skip the details and jump ahead to the top five stocks in this list, then take a look at the 5 Best Semiconductor Stocks to Buy Now. The high technology sector is a double […]
Stock splits have been in vogue over the past couple of years, fueled by a bull run that drove up the prices of some of the world's most recognizable companies. One such household name is tech giant Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOGL) (NASDAQ: GOOG). Earlier this year, the parent of the even more ubiquitously known Google announced a 20-for-1 stock split that caused many investors to give the company a fresh look.
These highly profitable companies offer sustainable competitive advantages that make them no-brainer buys.
What to watch in markets on Friday, September 16, 2022.
A victim of the recent sell-offs in tech stocks, Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) had another tough session on the market Thursday. The cutting prognosticator was Vijay Rakesh of Mizuho Securities. Rakesh trimmed the level he feels is ideal for Nvidia stock to $205 per share, from his previous $225.
A warning from FedEx was dragging down the stock and global markets on Friday. as analysts struggled to grasp the economic bellwether's gloom.
There's been quite a bit of hoopla this year over several big companies conducting stock splits. Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) didn't get much of a bounce from its 20-for-1 stock split conducted in June. The consensus price target for the stock reflects a 33% upside potential over the next 12 months.
Shares of Roku (NASDAQ: ROKU) climbed sharply higher on Thursday — even as the broader market slipped — jumping as much as 9.4%. The catalyst that sent the streaming pioneer higher was speculation that the company could be on the verge of being acquired. The rumor mill went into overdrive that Roku is preparing to be acquired, according to Dealreporter (as reported by The Fly).
If history is any indication, one of the best ways to make long-term money in the stock market is by having the courage to buy stocks when they are largely out of favor. This is especially true of dividend stocks because when the prices decline, investors can lock in higher dividend yields for life. Certainly, investors should do their homework to ascertain the safety and reliability of a company’s dividends before buying on the basis of yield alone. Here are three real estate investment trusts
After a brief rally in July, the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite index has fallen 10% over the last month, and the latest round of economic news sent stocks falling hard again in early September. The Consumer Price Index for August came in higher than expected, increasing 0.1%, which put Wall Street on pins and needles again. If the markets continue to fall, investors might want to focus on companies that experienced the most demand in this environment, such as cloud computing and cybersecurity.