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THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Suppliers of key battery component lithium are selling off after reports that heavyweight Chilean miner SQM will boost output.
Hospitals starting their own generic-drug company is the latest sign that traditional industry barriers are breaking down.
For IBM, a bit of growth, as it turns out, isn’t quite enough to assuage concerns about how the company gets there.
A torrent of good economic news late last year, including falling unemployment and rising wages, seems to have drowned out investors’ worries about consumer debt. So is it time to sound the all-clear? Not quite.
Are bonds in a bear market? It depends who you ask, although with 10-year Treasury yields hitting their highest since 2014, the case is building. For bonds issued when yields fell to record lows in 2016, the effect of the rise in yields has been stacking up.
The likes of China Evergrande have performed well as China’s property market boomed. But their high leverage could haunt them now as prices cool.
The economy would have no problem weathering a temporary government shutdown. That doesn’t mean investors should be complacent about one.
For Apple, bringing billions of overseas earnings home is one thing. Keeping it there is quite another.
Tech giant’s huge employee base will need to get even bigger to keep up with expected growth.
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 [...]