Boeing Business News Market News 

Boeing’s Earnings Missed Wall Street’s Expectations Yet Its Stock Is Rising

Investors gave Boeing a massive pass on its terrible third-quarter earnings results that ordinarily would have sunk the company’s stock. The company didn’t disclose any additional bad news about the 737 Max. Net income at the Chicago-based company fell 51 percent to $1.17 billion, or $2.05 per share. Excluding one-time costs, per-share profit was $1.45. On that basis, Wall Street analysts had expected Boeing to earn $2.09. Revenue plunged 21 percent to $19.98 billion, beating expectations of $19.67 billion. Free cash flow, a closely watched metric, was a negative $2.89…

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Market News Op-ed United States US Treasury Bond 

The U.S. Yield Curve Tells Us That a Devastating Recession Is Unavoidable

U.S. government debt yields have risen over the past two months, correcting a frightful inversion between the 2-year and 10-year Treasury notes that sparked concerns of an imminent recession. Just because the so-called ‘recession indicator’ is correcting itself, don’t be fooled into thinking the dangers have gone away. As a matter of fact, the Treasury yield curve is behaving exactly as it would just before recession hits. Complacency in Washington and a series of rate cuts by the Federal Reserve only strengthen the case that a severe downturn is just…

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amazon apple Market News microsoft Netflix 

3 Reasons Why the Invesco ETF (QQQ) Can Outperform the Stock Market This Week

This week there is an opportunity for the Invesco QQQ Trust (NASDAQ:QQQ) to out-perform because of the earnings earnings of lineup of major blue-chips like Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN). The Nasdaq hosts some of the most exciting companies in the world, and this often translates into big gains during bull markets. This year, QQQ out-performing the S&P 500 Index by about 20% so it has momentum on its side. Just because the markets have been in an expansion cycle it doesn’t mean it is ending soon. Yes, there are…

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apple china Market News tim cook 

Tim Cook’s Controversial Trade War Strategy Is Paying Off For Apple (AAPL) Stock

The world’s most valuable company got more valuable this week, as Apple stock hit a record high. There is no question Apple would not have been able to flourish in Trump’s trade war environment were it not for Tim Cook’s immersive approach to Chinese diplomacy. Risks are now growing for APPL as Senator Ted Cruz leads criticism over Cook’s decision to delete an app in Hong Kong, and backlash grows over the CEO’s new role as a chairman at Tsinghua University. Tim Cook Has Apple Stock Surging With Diplomatic Approach…

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Donald Trump Dow Jones larry kudlow Market News 

Dow Rises as Trump & Kudlow Tease Ambitious Trade War Timeline

The Dow Jones managed to barely capitalize on an extremely positive mood in financial markets on Monday. Boeing stock continues to suffer after Friday’s safety system bombshell, battering an index that might otherwise have surged in response to ambitious trade war proclamations from President Donald Trump and Larry Kudlow. Dow Jones Battered by Boeing Despite Trade War & Brexit Progress Heading toward the closing bell, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had gained 49.27 points or 0.18% to trade at 26,819.47. The Dow lagged its fellow stock indices on Monday. |…

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Dow Jones Headlines Market News S&P 500 stock market 

The Dow Could Have Its Best Week Ever

The doom and gloom that prefaced this earnings season could be clearing to reveal a rainbow of epic proportions, and some are predicting that markets could have the best week ever this week as the bulk of S&P 500 companies announce their results. Both the S&P 500 and the Dow finished last week only 1% away from record-breaking highs and if the stars align in the coming days, it could be very profitable week. Both the S&P 500 and the Dow are nearing all-time highs. | Chart: Yahoo Finance Last…

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Gold Price Market News Opinion US Treasury Bond 

The Real Reason Gold Is Surging, and Why It Won’t Stop

Geopolitics, monetary policy and a slowing economy have all been cited as primary factors behind gold’s bullish breakout in 2019. While these catalysts cannot be discounted, the real reason gold is surging and why it will continue to do so is the trend in real interest rates relative to inflation. Only by understanding this relationship can one make sense of gold’s rock-solid performance in the face of a rising dollar. Gold and the U.S. Dollar: A Complicated Relationship Gold’s bull market has surprised some investors who believe that bullion’s fate…

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Boris Johnson Brexit DUP Market News 

Pound Collapses as Brexit Deal Crumbles in Flames

Any hopes of securing a last-minute Brexit deal today went up in flames as the Northern Irish Democratic Union Party (DUP) said they couldn’t support Boris Johnson’s latest proposals “as it stands”. The British pound immediately fell 0.6% against the dollar. In a statement issued on Twitter, the DUP outlined: “We have been involved in ongoing discussions with the Government. As things stand, we could not support what is being suggested on customs and consent issues and there is a lack of clarity on VAT. We will continue to try…

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china Dow Jones federal reserve james bullard Market News Turkey 

Dow Grinds Higher as Fed Dove Bullard Teases Aggressive Rate Cuts

The Dow plodded higher on Tuesday as dovish commentary from the Federal Reserve offset concerns about the partial trade deal President Donald Trump and Chinese negotiators shook hands on last week. Dow Eyes Triple-Digit Recovery on Tuesday All of Wall Street’s primary indices bounced back from their Columbus Day losses. The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 138.64 points or 0.52% to 26,926. The Dow spiked toward a triple-digit recovery on Tuesday. | Source: Yahoo Finance The S&P 500 rose 13.29 points or 0.45% to 2,979.44. Ten of 11 primary sectors…

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Market News Money Market Funds 

Money Market Funds Foretell Punishing Reversal for Stocks Mirroring 2008 Financial Crisis

The Dow and broader U.S. stock market are surging once again after the United States and China secured a partial trade deal that avoids the escalation of further hostilities between the two superpowers. For all the hype surrounding “phase one” trade agreement, the U.S. and China remain far apart on most of the hotly debated issues that have prolonged the tariff war for the past 15 months. If we follow the money, we can quickly see that investors are preparing for the worst. Activity in one segment of the financial…

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