|Day Low/High||328.91 / 335.15|
|52 Wk Low/High||199.99 / 367.25|
Betting that prices have bottomed off this crisis does seem more than a little glib.
The daily chart shows a two-step pattern that points to an upside target.
On a scale lower. Monitise (MONI.L/MONIF) is now trading near 60 pence in London. That is more than 10% under the price of the recent private placement purchased by Omega Adivsors, Mastercard (MA) and others. I am bidding on a scale lower.
Pharma giant Pfizer revealed Monday it made a $99 billion bid for AstraZeneca in January and had contacted its rival again on April 26 about a takeover.
This weekend's interview was one of the best and contains some good long-term investing ideas both long and short. My roots run deep with Barron's -- indeed, you might say I bleed Barron's blue. At 15 years of age I began to read Barron's, coinciden...
Prom spending has gone down for the first time since 2010, dropping more than 14% to $978 spent per family in 2014.
The big names paid a bit more for the shares during last week's private placement. Mastercard (MA), Omega Advisors et al. paid 68 pence for Monitise (MONI.L) in last week's private placement. This morning, Monitise is trading at 62.50 pence in Londo...
Wal-Mart is suing Visa for $5 billion for allegedly conspiring with banks to illegally fix and inflate credit card processing fees.
Another headline made. Mastercard (MA) and Monitise (MONI.L/MONIF) to partner to deliver digital payment services.
Retailers were handed a major blow by the Federal Reserve when the appeals court upheld a rule allowing banks to charge retailers as much as twenty-one cents to process debit-card transactions.
Today's Hot Topic updates Thursday's action and the flight to quality we saw in bonds and the yen. There's still a few names I'd consider buying, but if this trend continues we could see continued pressure in stocks.
We're seeing signs of indecision, which are typical of the end of an advance.
The prepaid RushCard continues to grow at a double digit clip as underbanked consumers seek an easier and cheaper way to manage their finances, says the card's originator Russell Simmons.