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  1. GBP/USD: What Analysts Are Expecting Over the Next 6 Months (GBP/USD)

    More than three months after Britain decided to leave the European Union, uncertainty still reigns in financial markets, ...
  2. Simon Making Splash With Aéropostale Deal (SPG)

    Despite analyst downgrades, Simon Property Group is attempting to break its negative trend by making two acquisitions.
  3. Apple Gets Vote Of Confidence from Citi (AAPL)

    Apple, which was removed from Barclay's "Top Picks" list yesterday, was the subject of two positive notes from analysts today. ...
  1. Simon Property Group Making Long-Term Moves (SPG)

    Despite analyst downgrades, Simon Property Group is attempting to break its negative trend by making two acquisitions.
  2. How Advisors Can Factor in Smart Beta for Clients

    Smart beta ETFs based on factors can be a tool for advisors and individual investors to diversify.
  3. Active Bond Funds Beat Market More Than Equity

    The S&P SPIVA Scorecard shows that some actively-managed bond funds are outpacing equity funds in terms of performance.
  4. Oil ETFs Rally on OPEC Deal Speculation (GUSH)

    A possible deal among OPEC producers has oil prices rallying on Wednesday. The deal has bullish, leveraged ETFs rallying ...
  5. Get Major Biotechs With BBH ETF (BBH)

    The BBH ETF provides exposure to major biotech firms globally. We take a look at its annual returns.
  6. Trade Establish Healthcare Providers With IHF ETF (IHF)

    IHF is a major ETF providing exposure to stocks in the healthcare sector. We take a look at IHF’s performance since its inception ...
  1. Corporate Stock Buybacks: Why They're Losing Steam (AAPL, GE, MCD, MSFT)

    Falling share buybacks may reflect CEOs' weakening confidence about corporate profits and the strength of the economy
  2. Simon Property Group Making Long-Term Moves (SPG)

    Despite analyst downgrades, Simon Property Group is attempting to break its negative trend by making two acquisitions.
  3. Apple Gets Vote of Confidence from Citi (AAPL)

    Apple, which was removed from Barclay's "Top Picks" list yesterday, was the subject of two positive notes from analysts today. ...
  4. Medtronic’s Heart Support Device Recalled (MDT)

    FDA has given the recall of Medtronic's HeartWare a Class I recall tag. Company said the fault in the device has probably ...
  5. Another Robbery Near Port Of Belize (CCL)

    A cruise line takes another hit.
  6. Analysts' Take on Square Inc., Fintech Leader (SQ)

    Jack Dorsey's Square ignites interest as the platform balances its commitment to improving mobile payments for small business ...
  1. Are Big Banks Becoming More Corrupt? (JPM, C)

    Big banking scandals have been a prominent feature in 2016, but news of corrupt banks is not a new or surprising phenomenon ...
  2. Did OPEC Blink in the U.S. Shale Standoff? (KSA)

    Did OPEC just blink in its standoff with U.S. shale oil producers?
  3. Bye Bye Austerity, Hello Fiscal Easing

    Policymakers are changing their tone on fiscal policy. We assess the potential for more fiscal support in key economies, ...
  4. Are Investors Underestimating the Risk of a Recession?

    We discuss why investors should pay more attention to the signs that the probability of a recession has gone up.
  5. Vanguard Economist: 1% Fed Rate is New Normal

    Here's why Vanguard's global chief economist predicts a federal funds rate of 1% for the next several years.
  6. Effective Date of Alcoa Business Split Revealed (AA)

    Alcoa announced that its board of directors has green-lighted the separation into two independent, publicly-traded companies ...

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  1. Bullish Energy Sentiment Unlikely to Last (OIH, XLE)

    The OPEC supply agreement has underpinned energy funds, but numerous cartel misfires tell us to curb our enthusiasm.
  2. Two Big Biotechs Flash Bearish Signals (CELG, GILD)

    Biotech funds are trading near rally highs, but two popular blue chip components are struggling, a foretelling weakness that ...
  3. Caterpillar Uptrend Faces Major Obstacles (CAT)

    Caterpillar has risen to Dow leadership after a restructuring announcement but faces major overhead supply that should limit ...

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