Author: The Daily Coin

Fun on Friday: Black Edition

November 23, 2018  by Michael Maharrey  0   0 Well, today is Black Friday. Since 2005, the day after Thanksgiving has marked the busiest shopping day of the year. I know a lot of people who treat today like a holiday. They even have...

Are Prospects For Syrian Peace Looking Up?

Authored by M K Bhadrakumar via IndianPunchline.com, After prolonged hibernation, the Astana Process on Syrian peace is kinetic, with the troika of ‘guarantor’ states – Russia, Turkey and Iran – set to hold a round of talks in the Kazakh capital...

438 Stocks on the NYSE Plunged 40%-94% from 52-Week Highs

Bloodletting beneath the surface. Big names too. Here they are. It’s barely a correction, technically speaking, with the S&P 500 down 9.9% from its all-time closing high, the Dow down 9.2%, the Nasdaq down 14%, and the Russell 2000 small-caps...

The Big Bet Against Italian Banks

The eurozone’s third-largest economy, Italy, is marooned in a deep political and economic crisis, with seeming endless problems: an economy that has barely grown in decades, sky-high unemployment rates, ballooning national debt, an inability to form a stable coalition government...

Oil Collapse Sparks Saudi Bonds Sell Off

For investors looking for stability and income, bonds are usually considered an attractive proposition. In the current environment of rising interest rates, international bonds are likely to outperform U.S. bonds. At first glance, that might seem counterintuitive given that many...

Going, Going, Ghosn Fired As Nissan Chairman

Nissan’s board on Thursday fired Carlos Ghosn as chairman and representative director, ousting the main architect of the automaker’s alliance with France’s Renault and Japanese peer Mitsubishi Motors, and ushering in a period of uncertainty for the company’s 19-year alliance...