3 Strong International Stocks to Buy for Diversification. Greenpeace wins Australian court case against power company. CrowdStrike Rises 4% After Beating Wall Street Views .
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The Early Bird Newsletter

Tuesday, June 8th

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The equity market started the week on mixed footing following another round of weaker-than-expected Labor data. The May non-farm jobs report came in below expectations for the second month in a row raising serious doubts about the US economy's ability to rebound this summer. If the S&P 500 are unable to fill what is now a record number of open jobs all of the estimates for future earnings growth become meaningless and with them the value of S&P 500 stocks.

The market focus is also on the May read of the Consumer Price Index. The CPI data will be released later in the week and is the most current data on consumer inflation the market has. A hotter than expected number was released in May and cause the market to sell off on fears of rising interest rates. If the CPI data comes in hot again the market could be in for another big sell-off. The current consensus is for a gain of 0.5% from the previous month.
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3 Strong International Stocks to Buy for Diversification

Most investors recognize the value of building a diversified portfolio but aren’t sure of the best way to make it happen. One area to look is in international equities, as these stocks can help you take advantage of growing economies outside of the United States and spread out your risk. That’s why we’ve put together a list of 3 strong international stocks to buy

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Politics

Greenpeace wins Australian court case against power company

Australia’s largest electricity generator has largely lost its court case alleging that the environmental group Greenpeace had breached copyright and trademark laws by using its logo in a campaign that described the company as the nation’s “biggest climate polluter.”

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Markets

CrowdStrike Rises 4% After Beating Wall Street Views

CrowdStrike reported better-than-expected earnings last week. Investors finally caught up to the stock on Monday, sending shares 4% higher in heavy volume. The stock is still working on a consolidation it began in February.

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3 More Reasons To Invest In The Reopening

The reopening may take some time to gain momentum, but by the end of the year, we expect the economic picture to look much different than it does now. Until then here are three more stocks to put on your watch list that we think are well-positioned to benefit from the reopening.

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Peloton Posts Gains on New Loop Capital Coverage

Peloton (NASDAQ:PTON) posted a 1.2% gain in premarket trading on the strength of new analysis from Loop Capital. Not only have those gains held into this morning's session, but the company has added further momentum and has surged up 5% in this morning's trading session as of this writing. The big...

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Politics

China pledges further COVID-19 aid to Southeast Asia

China is pledging further assistance to Southeast Asian nations in battling the COVID-19 pandemic as it seeks to boost influence with the region where chief geopolitical rival the U.S. is also looking to strengthen ties

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The Latest: Nepal resumes vaccinations with doses from China

KATHMANDU, Nepal — Nepal resumed its stalled coronavirus vaccination campaign on Tuesday with 1 million doses given by China after the Himalayan nation made international pleas for help. Thousands of 64-year-old people lined up at vaccination centers even before they opened. People ag...

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Markets

World shares mixed as investors await inflation updates

World shares were mixed Tuesday, with European indexes mostly higher after a downbeat session in Asia. Benchmarks fell in Frankfurt, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai but rose in London and Paris. U.S. futures declined. In a subdued opening to the week in New York, the S&a...

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Markets

How your social CV affects your real life

It was guessed and now it is known: 80% of company job searches are hidden; In other words, they are not published, so the simple fact of sending your CV to apply is not enough in many cases. Those who recruit talent have other methods, such as those referred internally, contacts ...

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Pros and Cons to Maxing Out Your 401(k)

Someone might at one point have said to you, "You've got to max out your 401(k)! Such a great idea!"  But is it? Your situation might dictate a completely different approach. For example, let's say you have a lot of high-interest debt. In that case, maxing out your 401(k) might not make the ...

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