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American business giants start reporting on Q4, experts predict positive results

Another corporate reporting season kicks off in the United States this week. During time, the largest public companies will be revealing their financial results for the fourth quarter of 2016, or even for the whole year. JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America and Wells Fargo have been the first to...

In 2017, Investing In IPO Markets’ Enterprise Software Firms Could Be The ‘Cream-Crop’ For Investors

Even though considered among the “midcap growth companies” on an individual scale, but united these companies could potentially take over the IPO market. Snap Inc., a social media firm, has probably the “highest profile tech IPO planned” for the year of 2017, whereby withholding the potential of...

Analysts say 'Very Significant Upside' can Result from a Bitcoin ETF

Bitcoin followers are hopeful that a fund that tracks the cryptocurrency would get approval and analysts are of the view that it would ultimately provide a major boost to its price.   Such an exchange traded fund has been proposed by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss and regulators at the...

Boeing Plans Engineer layoffs in 2017, WalMart to Lay Off Hundreds Before End of January

As Boeing Co responds to increasing competition amid slowing aircraft sales, as a part of a cost-cutting drive, the aerospace and defense company warned that it will conduct involuntary layoffs of engineers.   Dozens of job categories eligible for voluntary layoffs in Washington state,...

Alibaba's Ma Promises to Bring One Million Jobs to U.S. after his Meeting with Trump

Alibaba laid out the Chinese e-commerce giant's new plan to bring one million small U.S. businesses onto its platform to sell to Chinese consumers over the next five years as the company’s Executive Chairman Jack Ma met U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, an Alibaba spokesman said.   Company...

Credit Suisse & AstraZeneca Features As BofA-ML’s Analysts’ Top Picks For 2017’s First Quarter

‘Consensus estimates are far too bearish for 2017’, said the experienced analysts of BofA- ML. Analysts at Bank of America-Merrill Lynch have picked AstraZeneca and Credit Suisse as their top picks for the first quarter of 2017.   Given the pessimism surrounding the stocks, the analysts have...

This Year, the Surprise Outperformer was this Asia Market

Pakistan shares still managed to be the region's 2016 star outperformer as Donald Trump's surprise U.S. election win put the kibosh on a late year market rally in Asia.   The "Trump Tantrum" spurred outflows from emerging markets globally. implying higher U.S. interest rates, higher...

HSBC Economist says the Fed is ‘Constrained by the Rest of the World’

According to one economist, it's likely that the Federal Reserve will be "constrained" when it comes to raising rates even though the central bank surprised markets this month by forecasting three interest rates during 2017.   "We're sort of, of the view that the Fed is...

Banks lend a helping hand to US shale-oil companies

The US shale-oil companies are planning to increase exploration and production in 2017 since recovered commodity prices prompted banks to increase lending for the first time since 2014. The world’s major oil producers are planning to cut production. The US shale industry, by contrast, seeks to take...

Nomura Points to Six Potential Surprises Which Could Lead to Japan's Staid Economy Catching Markets in the Hop

Six potential major surprises which, while outside its baseline scenarios, could shake things up, including a more retail spending and workers taking time off, have been pointed out by Nomura in a note this week even as Japan's economy has plodded along for a while.   Higher-than-expected...
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