Christmas comes early: EU, UK back to Brexit wrangling . Inflation Playbook: 3 Stocks to Consider Buying Now. Asian shares fall as rising energy costs fan inflation fears.
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Tuesday, October 12th

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Stock markets wobbled on Monday as traders prepare for the onslaught of earnings reports that is about to descend on Wall Street. The peak of the Q3 earnings season begins this week with reports from the big banks including JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, and Citigroup. The consensus is for revenue to ease slightly on slowing loan growth but for earnings and cash flow to be strong. What this means for investors is strengthening balance sheets and the chance for reinvigorated share repurchases and dividend increases.

Also on tap this week, key reads on inflation and the consumer. The CPI and PPI data will be released earlier in the week with the Retail Sales figures coming out on Friday. The analysts are expecting inflation to pick up from last month’s slightly cooler numbers while retail sales are expected to be flat. The risk for the market is in the inflation numbers, if inflation continues to rise unabated it will mean the end to the earnings-driven stock market rally.

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Politics

Christmas comes early: EU, UK back to Brexit wrangling

It was late on Christmas Eve last year when the European Union and Britain finally clinched a Brexit trade deal after years of wrangling, threats and missed deadlines to seal their divorce. There was hope that now-separated Britain and the 27-nation bloc would sail their relationship ...

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Stocks

Inflation Playbook: 3 Stocks to Consider Buying Now

Inflation and transitory are probably two words that investors are getting tired of hearing, yet it’s important to understand that this is what is moving markets following the pandemic. Every Consumer Price Index (CPI) report has the chance to cause sharp rallies or selloffs, which means inves...

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Markets

Asian shares fall as rising energy costs fan inflation fears

Shares retreated in Asia on Tuesday as surging prices of oil, coal and other energy added to concerns over inflation. Benchmarks declined in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai. Oil prices advanced, having closed above $80 per barrel in New York after trading briefly above $81 per barrel o...

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Analyst Who Timed the 2020 Crash Issues New Stock Warning

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Markets

World shares fall as pricier energy feeds inflation fears

World shares retreated on Tuesday as surging prices of oil, coal and other energy added to concerns over inflation. Benchmarks fell in Paris, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai. Oil prices extended gains, having closed above $80 per barrel in New York after trading briefly abov...

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Politics

IMF's board approves allowing Georgieva to remain as head

The International Monetary Fund has expressed confidence in its managing director in response to allegations World Bank staff were pressured to change business rankings for China in an effort to placate Beijing

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"The biggest crash in world history is coming." - Robert Kiyosaki

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Politics

California oil spill legal fight likely to last years

It took little more than 48 hours from the moment a major oil spill was discovered off Southern California until the first lawsuit was filed against the Houston company that owns and operates the ruptured pipeline. Finding the cause, who is to blame and if they will be held accountab...

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Stocks

Time to Get into Monster Energy Stock

Energy drink maker Monster Beverage (NASDAQ: MNST) shares have sold off for five straight weeks after peaking near $100 per share. The Company is having logistics and supply chain issues due to the shortages of aluminum cans and delays in procuring certain ingredients. This resulted in the inabili...

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Stocks

Best Buy Stock is an Early Holiday Shopping Trade

Consumer electronics retailer Best Buy (NYSE: BBY) stock has been selling off since peaking off the recent highs near $124.89 as fears of supply chain and logistics disruptions may impact holiday sales.

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Stocks

Tyson Foods Stock is Looking Tasty

Global meat and poultry products producer Tyson Foods (NYSE: TSN) stock continues to surge higher in the post-pandemic reopening era. The maker of such brands including Jimmy Dean, Hillshire Farm, Ball Park, and State Fair is having a banner recovery year with double-digit revenue growth. The Comp...

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Markets

Why Some Experts Say Budgeting Doesn't Help You Build Wealth. Have You Fallen into the Budgeting Trap?

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