Asian shares mixed after China warning on risks, stagflation. Wall Street Just Upgraded These 3 Large Caps to ‘Buy’. World shares mostly higher as lockdowns, inflation loom.
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Monday, November 22nd

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Equities were mixed to end the last week but left the NASDAQ Composite and S&P 500 trading at new all-time highs. The move was driven by better than expected economic data as well as the passage of President Biden’s infrastructure package. The package, if nothing else, promises to unleash trillions in spending over the next few years and that is stimulus enough for the stock market.

Earnings from the retail sector are also to blame for last week’s performance. The sector reported largely better than expected numbers but gave a mixed view of the holiday season. While inventories should remain robust through the end of the year there are some concerns products arriving from Asia will be in short supply come January.

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Asian shares mixed after China warning on risks, stagflation

Stocks were mixed in Asia on Monday after ending the week mostly lower on Wall Street, despite the Nasdaq's first close above 16,000. A resurgence of coronavirus outbreaks in the U.S., Europe and some other regions is weighing on investor sentiment. Comments by advisers to the Chinese...

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Wall Street Just Upgraded These 3 Large Caps to ‘Buy’

With a growing list of highfliers out there, investors may start to look to underperforming names that have the makings of a comeback. A good place to find such stocks is to see what Wall Street analysts are recommending in this overheated market.

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World shares mostly higher as lockdowns, inflation loom

Markets opened higher in Europe on Monday after a mixed day of trading in Asia. A resurgence of coronavirus outbreaks has prompted some countries to look to stricter precautions to curb yet another wave of the pandemic. Austria went into a nationwide lockdown early M...

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Dinner on the patio? First, hold the stench

Much of downtown Des Moines, Iowa, has been transformed in the past decade by new apartments, shops and restaurants, but a stench from animal processing plants still often lingers over all that shiny new development

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Tech

In UAE, French finance minister warns of climate action cost

Just over a week after some 200 nations struck an agreement aimed at intensifying global efforts to fight climate change, the finance minister of France has warned that the cost of the energy transition will be “much higher than expected.”

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El Salvador to build cryptocurrency-fueled "Bitcoin City"

In a rock concert-like atmosphere, El Salvador President Nayib Bukele announced that his government will build an oceanside “Bitcoin City” at the base of a volcano. Bukele used a gathering of Bitcoin enthusiasts Saturday night to launch his latest idea, much as he used a an earlier Bi...

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Markets

Upstart Lower After Earnings, But Remains A Disruptive Force To Watch

Shares of cloud-based lending platform Upstart Holdings (NASDAQ: UPST) are down 21.66% in the past week and 43.62% in the past month. Despite those declines, which appear dire, this is a stock with a great deal of promise ahead. 

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Advanced Micro Devices Stock is Ready for its Next Leg Up

Semiconductor company Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) stock has been squeezing to new all-time highs running on all cylinders. The fabless maker of CPU and GPU chips has been both a pandemic and post-market winner gaining from greater PC and mobile device engagement, streaming, gaming, and the ...

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Markets

fuboTV Stock is Making Waves

Streaming and gaming network platform fuboTV (NYSE: FUBO) stock has fallen nearly in half since it’s peak earlier in the year. The Company rolled out its fuboTV sports book in November, which will be a key growth driver enabling viewers to engage in real-time sports betting while viewing gam...

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Markets

Do You Have Financial Wellness Down Pat? Here's What You Need to Know This Holiday Season

What does financial wellness mean to you? Does it just sound like a fancier, more wholesome term than "personal finance"? Or does financial wellness mean something different to you altogether? You might view financial wellness as a holistic approach to our finances, from getting out of credit card...

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Gerdau SA engages in the production and commercialization of steel products. It operates through the following segments: Brazil Operation, North America Operation, South Africa Operation, and Special Steels Operation. The Brazil Operation segment includes rebar, bars, shapes, drawn products, billets, blooms, slabs; wire rod, structural shapes, and iron ore. The North America Operation segment consists of rebar, bars, wire rod, and light and heavy structural shapes. The South Africa Operation segment covers rebar, bars, and drawn products. The Special Steels Operation segment comprises of stainless steel, round, square and flat bars, and wire rod. The company was founded by João Gerdau and Hugo Gerdau on January 16, 1901 and is headquartered in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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