3 RV Stocks With Double-Digit Gains In Sight. Asian shares mostly higher despite lingering energy worries. 2 Downgrades In Healthcare You Might Want To Buy.
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The Early Bird Newsletter

Monday, October 11th

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Equity markets hovered near break-even on Friday after rebounding from recent lows in the previous session. The move came despite a shockingly low non-farm payrolls figure that raises serious questions about the future of S&P 500 earnings. With the number of job openings at record levels and growing, there is no way for businesses to meet their revenue and earnings targets. Worse, the longer some of these jobs go unfilled the greater the damage to the global supply chain.

This week investors will be turning their attention to the earnings season and specifically the big banks. All of the big banks are slotted to report earnings this week and there is a high expectation for earnings growth and capital returns to shareholders. If the banks fail to meet the consensus estimates it could spell trouble for the index at large. The true peak of the earnings season will begin the following week.

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Markets

3 RV Stocks With Double-Digit Gains In Sight

Thor Industries bucked the general third-quarter earnings cycle trend by delivering a very strong earnings report. The company not only reported revenue growth but revenue growth above expectations, strong margins despite secular headwinds, better-than-expected earnings, gave positive guidance, and then followed that all up by raising the dividend.

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Asian shares mostly higher despite lingering energy worries

Asian shares were mostly higher on Monday despite persisting worries about the region’s energy crunch and coronavirus infections. Benchmarks in Japan and China rose, while South Korean markets were closed for a national holiday. Shares fell in Australia. Japan’s new p...

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Markets

2 Downgrades In Healthcare You Might Want To Buy

Today we’re focusing on two stocks in the real of healthcare that just received some notable analyst activity. The activity is notable because it is bearish in light of recent market expectations and opens up what we see as potentially high-return entry opportunities.

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Global shares mixed on energy worries, weak US jobs data

Global shares were mixed on Monday amid persisting worries about energy shortages and weaker than expected jobs growth in the U.S. Shares fell in Paris, Frankfurt and Sydney but rose in Tokyo and London. Shanghai was flat. Surging demand has collided with supply and sh...

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Tech

1 more judge must OK 2-year sentence in doomed nuke project

A former utility executive who after he found out a pair of nuclear reactors being built in South Carolina were hopelessly behind schedule lied to ratepayers and regulators costing billions of dollars is facing one final judge Monday before heading to prison for two years. Former SCAN...

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Tech

3 US-based economists receive economics Nobel Prize

Three U.S-based economists won the 2021 Nobel prize for economics on Monday for pioneering research on the labor market impacts of minimum wage, immigration and education, and for creating the scientific framework to allow conclusions to be drawn from such studies that can’t use traditional methodol...

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Politics

New Zealand's doctors and teachers must soon be vaccinated

Most of New Zealand's health care workers and teachers will soon be legally required to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, the government announced Monday. A new mandate compels doctors, pharmacists, community nurses and many other health care workers to be fully vaccinated by De...

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Markets

Is it Time to Step Back into Lucid Stock?

U.S. based luxury electric vehicle (EV) maker Lucid Motors (NASDAQ: LCID) stock has seen a resurgence as it ups the delivery date for its Dream EV to the end of October 2021. Shares collapsed to a low of $16.12 on the first lock-up expiration on Sept. 1, 2021 on dilution fears for the former speci...

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Markets

Cleveland Cliffs Stock is a Steel Play

Steel producer Cleveland Cliffs (NYSE: CLF) stock has been down trending in recent weeks despite record top-line growth and global steel demand post-pandemic. A continued pullback can provide prudent investors with a bargain entry opportunity especially ahead of the infrastructure bill. The global d...

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Markets

Do You Job Hop? Of Course it Can Affect Your Portfolio. Here's How

How much do you job hop? Whether you're dissatisfied by potential opportunities with a particular job, don't enjoy the cultural fit of a company or simply don't like the work, it can affect both your short- and long-term savings.

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The Early Bird Stock Of The Day

Amcor plc

Amcor plc

Amcor Plc operates as a holding company, which engages in the provision of consumer packaging business. It operates through the Flexibles and Rigid Packaging segments. The Flexibles segment develops and supplies flexible packaging globally. The Rigid Plastics segment manufactures rigid plastic containers and related products. The company was founded 1926 and is headquartered in Warmley, the United Kingdom.

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