Newmont Mining Corp (NYSE:NEM)

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alphabet, Amazon, Beyond Meat, CommScope, Enphase, Nabors, Netflix, Nike, Roku, Tesla, Uber, Williams Companies and More

Stocks were indicated to open handily lower on Tuesday after President Trump signaled that maybe a trade deal after the 2020 election might be best. Stocks already traded lower on ...
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On Top of $1 Billion Stock Buyback, Newmont Outlines Lower Combined Production Costs and Stronger Returns

Newmont Goldcorp Corp. (NYSE: NEM) became one of the two largest gold miners in the world due to its merger, and now the company is committing to another sizable cash ...
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Independent Research Shows Major Upside Potential in the 2 Top Gold Mining Giants

It's been a wild ride for many asset classes in 2019. On top of big gains in stocks and big swings in Treasury yields, gold has had a monster year ...
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Gold ETFs and Stocks Dominated by Select Few

Gold has a long history of ups and downs, and it has been considered one of the key measurements of national reserves for centuries. Now that the gold standard is ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alcoa, Apple, Ciena, Cisco, Dave & Buster’s, GameStop, Hilton, Newmont Goldcorp, RH, Square, Zscaler and More

Stocks have been volatile, but the major indexes were last seen trading up about 0.2% on average on Wednesday. With all the volatility in the stock market, and considering that ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, Caterpillar, Costco, Chipotle, eBay, Groupon, Honeywell, Mastercard, Newmont Goldcorp, Roku, Zoetis and More

Stocks have magically recovered in the past week to where the S&P 500 is back to within 2% of its all-time high, and the major indexes are all up in ...
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Tens of Billions in New Corporate Debt Offerings at Astonishingly Low Rates

It's almost as if something funny is happening in the global bond markets. Sadly, it's not laughable funny. The trend of negative bond yields in Europe and Japan has moved ...
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Why Gold Is Exploding and Actually Could Rally to $2000 or Higher

There are always the proverbial gold bug investors who tout the precious metal constantly and always stay very overweight regardless of demand and the macro picture. The bottom line is ...
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More Market Calls Returning for $2,000 Gold Ahead

The market fundamentals and technicals both seem to be aligned with gold in mid-2019. The shiny yellow metal is up about 17% so far in 2019, with those gains really ...
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After Big Gains Already, One Analyst Sees Barrick Gold Rising Much Higher

Gold and the gold-mining segment have been on fire in the wake of plummeting interest rates and more economic uncertainty around the U.S.-China trade war. One analyst sees Barrick Gold ...
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Defensive Stocks Standing Strong as Broader Stock Market Indexes Tank

When the stock market is taking it on the chin, it's often useful to take note of which stocks are rallying despite the negativity. This is a time when many ...
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More Proof That Geopolitical Uncertainty Is Good for Gold

People buy gold for many reasons. While hedging against inflation or the value of a single currency can be powerful influences on gold demand, it seems that geopolitical uncertainty can ...
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8 Stocks That Will Win as the Fed Lowers Interest Rates

The debate is on over whether or not Jerome Powell and the Federal Reserve's FOMC will lower interest rates sooner rather than later. Some pundits and investors had been calling ...
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China and Iran Increase Interest in Major Gold ETFs

If one thing has proven true over the years and works in favor of the gold bugs, it is that the price of gold thrives on geopolitical uncertainty. With U.S. ...
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Why a Small Drop in Gold Prices Actually Looks Impressive in ETFs and Investments in 2019

It may seem hard for the gold bugs to celebrate that gold was last seen down about 3% in dollar terms so far in 2019, but against the backdrop of ...
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