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Is Gold Having Its Last Hurrah For 2019?

The Fed pause couldn’t do it. Nor the safe likelihood of Brexit 2.0. And now, the partial U.S.-China deal–gold bears’ last big bet for the year–has been tossed to the wayside too as the haven continues reaching for the stars.

Hexo Fails To Deliver Cannabis Christmas Miracle

If cannabis investors were looking for a Christmas miracle in the form of a sign that pointed to a turnaround in the sector, they did not get it from Hexo (NYSE:HEXO), (TSX:HEXO) yesterday as the Quebec-based marijuana grower reported its

FedEx Earnings Preview: Investors Await Good News After 40% Plunge In Share Value

* Reports Q2 2020 results on Tuesday, Dec. 17, after the close * Revenue expectation: $17.6 billion * EPS expectation: $2.82 Since peaking early last year, shares of FedEx Corporation (NYSE:FDX) have been in a deep slump as the world’s

Chart Of The Day: Bullish Flag Forms For Caterpillar On Phase-1 Trade Deal

Caterpillar’s (NYSE:CAT) 1.9% jump on Thursday, as word of an upcoming preliminary deal began to make the rounds, suggests there is more where that came from. The announcement on Friday of the long-awaited Phase 1 trade agreement between China and

Week Ahead: Stage 1 Trade Deal Could Drive Markets To New Highs; Oil Rises

Friday’s slim gains reflect tepid trade deal reliefRetreating yields signal stock trader ambivalence toward U.S.-Sino agreementSlumping VIX could indicate another leg higher for stocks After details emerged on Friday of a Phase 1 trade deal between the U.S. and China,

Lagarde Can Read A Script, But Questions Linger Over Ability Of New ECB Head

When former European Central Bank (ECB) president Mario Draghi uttered his famous “whatever it takes” to defend the euro declaration, what mattered was not only the words he used, or where he said it–in London–but that it was Draghi himself

3 ‘Dogs Of The Dow’ For 2020; But Are They Worth Betting On?

“Dogs of the Dow” has long been a popular investing strategy followed by many a wily investor. Simply put, it involves buying ten of the highest yielding dividend stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average at the start of each

Commodities Week Ahead: Oil Weighed By Trade Deal’s Truth; Gold Fairly Steady

A week ago, I asked if oil could finish the year at $70, and by that, I meant for a barrel of Brent, the global crude benchmark. Looking at Brent at the time of writing — in Monday’s afternoon trade

Chart Of The Day: Bullish Flag Forming For Caterpillar On Phase-1 Trade Deal

Caterpillar’s (NYSE:CAT) 1.9% jump on Thursday, as word of an upcoming preliminary deal began to make the rounds, suggests there is more where that came from. The announcement on Friday of the long-awaited Phase 1 trade agreement between China and

Opening Bell: U.S Futures Buoyed By Trade Deal Signals; Gold, Yen Slip

SPX futures advance to new all-time high Dec. 15 tariffs avoided; half September’s duties scrapped Oil remains flat as commodity traders await actual proof of deal Key Events U.S. futures contracts, including for the Dow Jones, S&P 500 and NASDAQ,