Interest Rates to Remain Low Through 2020 Say Business Economists

Just over half (52%) of economists who responded to the National Association of Business Economists' (NABE) July survey think that the federal funds rate will be 2% or less by ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Amgen, Aramark, Chevron, Deere, Exxon, Hecla, Occidental, Urban Outfitters, Whiting and More

Stocks were very volatile in the prior week after the worst one-day sell-off of 2019, but a late-week recovery is being followed by broad gains on Monday as long-term Treasury ...
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Why the FDA Is a Little Slow on This Jet Lag Study

Vanda Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: VNDA) shares dropped early to begin the week after the firm announced that it received a Complete Response Letter (CRL) from the U.S. Food and Drug ...
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US Corporations: Not Just for Shareholders Any More

One of the country's most influential business organizations on Monday turned the world, if not upside down, at least 90 degrees. The Business Roundtable, comprised of chief executives of U.S. ...
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Why Jefferies US Dividend Watch Stocks May Be the Best 2019 Buys Now

Massive volatility, huge up and down market swings, recession fears, geopolitical fears, the election cycle in full swing. It’s almost more than most investors can take. However, with yields falling ...
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How Much Would the US Have to Pay for Greenland? Maybe Half a Trillion Dollars.

The Trump administration has repeated its interest in the purchase of Greenland. The world’s largest island is currently owned by the Kingdom of Denmark and is officially an autonomous country, ...
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US Forces in Pacific Could Be Overwhelmed by China’s Military

A new report says that in a conflict between China and the United States in Asia, American forces may quickly be crushed. Among the reasons are U.S. weapons systems that ...
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Visa Top Performing Stock in Dow in 2019

The Dow Jones industrial average has started to retreat from its 2019 peak. However, several components are up over 30%. The leader among these is Visa Inc. (NYSE: V), which ...
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If You Have These on Your Street, You Might Live Longer

A new study out of Toronto suggests that a lack of trees in a neighborhood is one of the factors that might increase mortality rates for residents. Researchers at the ...
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Less Unemployment Is the Good News; the Bad News Is That It Means More of This

About 164,000 new jobs were created in the U.S. in July, and the national unemployment rate stands at 3.7% -- compared with 5.7% in Canada and 6.3% in the European ...
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Oddsmakers Put Warren Ahead Of Biden

There are at least two ways to determine which candidates are most likely to get elected. One is polls, which have, in the past, missed the mark. The other is ...
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14 Most Common Nutritional Deficiencies

Many nutrients are important for good overall health. Most of them the body gets from certain foods. However, the typical American diet -- which consists of a lot of grains, ...
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5 Ultra-Safe Stocks to Hide Out in Until the Trade Wars End

To many investors, this may seem like a virtual replay from times past. The Federal Reserve resorted to a tactic not used since 1995 when it lowered interest rates 25 ...
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Big Upside Potential Seen for These 5 Stocks Trading Under $10

While most of Wall Street focuses on large and mega cap stocks, as they provide a degree of safety and liquidity, many investors are limited in the number of shares ...
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This Is America’s Favorite Cleaning Task, But They May Not Be Doing It Right

Doing the laundry might not be everybody’s idea of a good time, but according to the American Cleaning Institute’s 2019 National Cleaning Survey, some 24% of the people polled named ...
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