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BA., BRBY, IHG, EZJ: to watch out for long term

 BA., BRBY, IHG, EZJ: to watch out for long term

Highlights Cyclical stocks are the stocks of companies that get affected due to the fluctuation in the economy, which means their stock prices go up and down by business cycle fluctuation. Cyclical stocks are the companies that manufacture and ...

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UK’s Car Production for September 2020 Records Lowest In 25 Years

UK’s Car Production for September 2020 Records Lowest In 25 Years

The car production in the UK has fallen by 5% in September as compared with the same month in 2019. This is the worst production number since 1995, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). So, breaking it up, car plants p...

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Stocks that may outperform as Britain enters the second coronavirus wave

Stocks that may outperform as Britain enters the second coronavirus wave

Summary The sectors that did well during the initial pandemic phase, might be the ones that could do well this time around as well. Other sectors who have been able to adapt and have learnt to function despite the constraints are also likely to...

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British retail sales drop at the sharpest pace since June

British retail sales drop at the sharpest pace since June

The business environment is going through a rough phase with October witnessing a mixed bag of commerce activities. Prices in British shops continued to slide this month due to fierce competition among retailers than in September, which means that ...

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Energy, Basic Material & Financial Shares Dragged FTSE-100 Lower; Shares of Kaz Minerals Expanded by 10.02%

Energy, Basic Material & Financial Shares Dragged FTSE-100 Lower; Shares of Kaz Minerals Expanded by 10.02%

US Markets: Broader indices in the United States traded in red - particularly, the S&P 500 index traded 85.35 points or 2.52 per cent lower at 3,305.33, Dow Jones Industrial Average Index contracted by 703.19 points or 2.56 per cent lower at 26,7...

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ECR’s Prospective Bailieston Gold Project in Victoria, Australia

ECR’s Prospective Bailieston Gold Project in Victoria, Australia

Summary UK-based and AIM-quoted ECR Minerals, the gold exploration and development company focused on Australia, has interests in a range of projects including the Bailieston Gold Project and the Creswick Gold Project, both of which are in the A...

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5 Hidden Gems Revealed of Lockdown Period

5 Hidden Gems Revealed of Lockdown Period

The coronavirus pandemic has led to a lot of wealth erosion for investors. Lockdowns, travel disruptions and other restrictions have slowed down the economic activities across the world. The unprecedented crisis has led people to save more rather t...

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Caterpillar Q3 profit drops by half as lower equipment demand bites revenue

Caterpillar Q3 profit drops by half as lower equipment demand bites revenue

Caterpillar Q3 profit drops by half as lower equipment demand bites revenue Caterpillar profit per share for the September 2020 quarter came in at $1.22, down 54.14 per cent QoQ Following the earnings release, Caterpillar shares plunged 3.24 per ...

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BP releases positive results for Q3, but share price slumps

BP releases positive results for Q3, but share price slumps

BP releases positive results for Q3, but share price slumps The oil major reports small profit but cautions over pandemic related uncertainties BP leads an energy alliance to lower carbon dioxide emissions BP recently released its third qu...

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Microsoft & Netflix trading flat despite robust results, Here’s Why

Microsoft & Netflix trading flat despite robust results, Here’s Why

ul> NASDAQ-listed Microsoft Corporation slipped lower on Tuesday post releasing its FY2021 Q1 earnings results as the tech giant fell short of analysts’ consensus over future earnings guidance. The stock settled ~ 2.84 per cent lower on 27 ...

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UK & European Markets’ Inched Lower Due to Lockdown Fears; Bloomsbury Publishing Stock Surged by 18.10%

UK & European Markets’ Inched Lower Due to Lockdown Fears; Bloomsbury Publishing Stock Surged by 18.10%

US Markets: Broader indices in the United States traded on a mixed note - particularly, the S&P 500 index traded 5.01 points or 0.15 per cent lower at 3,395.96, Dow Jones Industrial Average Index contracted by 135.04 points or 0.49 per cent lower...

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