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Strong advertising growth shines fresh light on a controversial business, as spending jumps.
Oil-field-service providers like Halliburton, Schlumberger and Baker Hughes haven’t benefited from the shale boom as much as investors hoped, but that will change.
In the U.S. government’s lawsuit to block the merger of AT&T with Time Warner, the two companies say the deal needs to be approved for them to survive an onslaught from big tech. Yet, the imminent doom they conjure doesn’t entirely hold up.
The Chinese answer to Spotify will need to fill in a lot of gaps to justify a $25 billion valuation when it floats.
UBS’s first quarter was boosted by strength in its investment-banking division, but activity has already slowed.
The economy weakened in the first quarter despite stimulus, leaving it unclear how much government stimulus will ramp up growth.
The flattening U.S. yield curve, a harbinger of possible economic trouble, has caught the eye of officials at the Federal Reserve. But a potential problem for the Fed is a worry for the rest of the world, too—especially the European Central Bank.
Bank shares are being held back by uncertainty over how the Federal Reserve’s stress tests would affect dividends and buybacks.
General Electric beat lowered expectations for first-quarter earnings and maintained its full-year guidance, but further recovery would hinge on concrete signs of improvement in cash flow at its power unit.
IDEAS DE INVERSION
on Thursday, 28 June 2012. Posted in Noticias_category(English)
DIVERSIFICACIÓN, ATRACTIVA VALORACIÓN Y GENERACIÓN DE INGRESOS ADAPTADOS A LA REALIDAD ECONÓMICA ACTUAL, SON ATRIBUTOS CONSIDERADOS POR EL COMITÉ DE RIESGO DE DAVOS FINANCIAL GROUP PARA EL SEGUNDO SEMESTRE DE 2012. IDEAS DE INVERSION A continuación detallamos las 7 ideas de inversión mas relevan [...]