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The High-Yield Dividend payers will continue to distribute dividends and can provide steady capital appreciation at the same time in the current low yield environment.
Could GoPro Continue to Beat Wall Street Estimates?(Continued from Prior Part)Stock returns GoPro’s (GPRO) investors have had a rough ride since it was listed on the stock exchange in June 2014. Whereas the stock closed at $33.35 on June 23,
U.S. stock index futures were flat on Friday, as investors paused ahead of GDP data, which is expected to show the world's largest economy maintained a moderate pace of growth in the first quarter. Gross domestic product probably increased at a 2% annualized rate in the quarter as a burst in exports, strong inventory stockpiling and government investment in public construction projects offset a slowdown in consumer and business spending, according to a Reuters survey of economists. The GDP data comes as investors look for fresh catalysts to push the markets higher.
Best Buy is looking like an interesting pick from a technical perspective, as the company is seeing favorable trends on the moving average crossover front.
Chevron reports earnings on Friday. Investors, meanwhile, are wondering whether it might be about to get itself into a bidding war.
FT premium subscribers can click here to receive Due Diligence every day by email. Warren Buffett holds many titles — the sage of Omaha, America’s favourite capitalist and the third-richest man in the world — but the one he’s most proud of still seems to be the chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway. The billionaire investor spent three hours with DD’s own Eric Platt and the FT’s Robert Armstrong and Oliver Ralph in his office in Omaha to reflect on his legacy, expectations and finding value in a booming market.
ConocoPhillips (COP) closed at $63.97 in the latest trading session, marking a -1.13% move from the prior day.
Could GoPro Continue to Beat Wall Street Estimates?(Continued from Prior Part)GoPro’s revenue expected to grow 6.20% this year GoPro (GPRO), which operates in a niche market, has seen flat revenue growth over the last few years. After the
What to Expect from Enterprise Products Partners’ Q1 Earnings(Continued from Prior Part)EPD’s commodity price exposureIn 2018, 86% of Enterprise Products Partners’ (EPD) gross operating margin was derived from fee-based contracts. Such
Could GoPro Continue to Beat Wall Street Estimates?Revenue growth of 15.9%Consumer technology company GoPro (GPRO) is set to announce its first-quarter earnings results on May 2. Analysts expect the company’s sales to rise 15.9% YoY
After months of handwringing about the possible crash-landing of the housing market, investors awaiting quarterly earnings from No. 3 U.S. homebuilder PulteGroup Inc this week were ready for the worst. Housing stood out as a particularly dark spot among several key sectors of the American economy showing signs of fatigue by the end of last year, giving rise to worries about recession. "2019 can turn out to be a good year for the housing industry," Chief Executive Ryan Marshall said on a conference call.
What to Expect from Enterprise Products Partners’ Q1 EarningsEarnings expected to rise 8%Enterprise Products Partners (EPD) is scheduled to report its earnings results on May 1. Before we look at analysts’ expectations for the company’s
Caterpillar competitor Atlas Copco reported numbers Thursday morning and its stock jumped 6%. Were the competitor’s numbers that much better than Caterpillar earnings? Let’s take a look.
Investors are betting that Chevron will win the bidding war for Anadarko Petroleum. Chevron must lift its offer, the reasoning goes, but it doesn’t have to match one from Occidental Petroleum.