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For a fund that purports to provide exposure to the space economy much of the ETF's return profile points to names a lot closer to earth.
There is a point where if longer-dated yields move high enough, defensive-minded investors will be drawn from equities to debt securities.
The pandemic has contributed to this group's outperformance. Here's the play.
This move by Beijing comes on top of massive injections of liquidity into that nation's financial system earlier this week.
The stock of the metal packaging manufacturer has bounced back handsomely since its 2008 nadir.
Many see the Fed as done for the year. Never assume. Read the words as they are written.
Santa is on his way... A lot of pressure on the jolly fellow this year.
Know what? Everyone else who manufactures autos can design and deliver electric vehicles.
My economist side would clearly prefer a rules-based approach toward monetary policy.
Packaging names Ball and Crown are both flashing increased buying interest.
This is new doctrine having to do with innovation and the stifling of innovation to create new products.
It's hard to be as bullish as Ball officials when the company's multiple is way above the norm.
Ball's merger with Rexam creates the world's largest beverage can manufacturer, and creates newfound pricing power that could hurt the consumer.
Crude oil's two-day price rally continued to help lift markets.
Some unexpected stocks and sectors have climbed the market's wall of worry.