Archive for July 23rd, 2019

Dividend stocks are more important than ever as central banks around the world keep interest rates low.

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After months of speculation and reports, the U.S. government openly announced Tuesday afternoon that it is investigating the largest U.S. tech companies for anticompetitive practices, an inquiry that could lead to antitrust charges.

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As trade war grinds on, tariffs that once seemed bearable are now testing companies’ limits.

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Cheap money has transformed the world of borrowers, savers, bankers, money managers, and retirees.

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Millions of first-time internet consumers are connecting to the web on a new breed of device that only costs about $25. These smart feature phones make up one of the industry’s fastest-growing and least-known segments.

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Harley-Davidson cut its full-year operating margin outlook and global bike shipment forecast, signaling trouble for its strategy of growing motorcycle sales overseas to offset slumping U.S. demand.

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Ford’s multibillion-dollar push to expand in China this decade has veered off course, leaving it mired in a sales slump that is weighing on its future in the world’s largest auto market. The auto maker’s sales in China fell 27% in the first six months of 2019 from the prior-year period, as a downturn in the Chinese car market extended to a 12th month in June.

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UBS announced a net profit of $1.4 billion for the second quarter of 2019.

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