Best-developed nations have long been talking about sovereign currencies transforming into “all digital” global currency units accessed only via the virtual world.
Like favorable copper-related stocks and funds of late, the pricing rule of thumb remains applicable i.e. when someone buys a significant portion of outstanding shares they create a demand vacuum.
Gold prices increased following all four of the previous interest rate hikes. A small-scale gold miner like Golden Star Resources Ltd (GSS) is likely to benefit.
Automatic Data Processing Inc (ADP) rose 1.27% or $1.20 to $95.59 after the software firm raised quarterly dividend 7.55% to 57 cents a share, to be paid on January 1, 2017.
Shares of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCAU) and General Motors Co (GM) dropped over five days although coming presidency may weaken fuel-economy rule.
Commercial Metals Co (CMC) jumped 4.37% or 91 cents to $21.71 amid reference to President Trump’s conservative $550 billion stimulus plan to increase steel demand 20% annually in five years.
In post-election week major sectors present into the legacy of excellent results. Financial Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLF) is up a staggering 114% to $21.67 in just five years, Consumer Staples SPDR (XLP) gained 62.8% to $50.54, and HealthCare SPDR ETF (XLV) returned 108.3% to $70.49.
“It is our responsibility as citizens to give Donald Trump the opportunity to govern well and bring our country together,” Starbucks Corp’s CEO wrote in a memo to employees.
CNH Industrial NV (CNHI) manufactures agricultural, construction equipment and vehicles worldwide. Following positive earnings in third quarter, the company is seen moving to $10 a share.
Facebook Inc (FB) is continuously cashed out by selling call options against its stock price. Now investors buy the Facebook January 2017 leap call at $31.00 per contract and then expect single-digit, short-trade gains.