Archive for Month: October

Bad Week for the Bears

By Eric Kuby for IRIS.xyz The market rallied towards record highs as the corporate earnings, trade, and Fed headlines were all somewhat sanguine. Corporate earnings continued to modestly exceed the low bar that was set for the third quarter, as the blended (combines actual results for companies that have...

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Alphabet Beats Q3 Revenue Estimates But Falls Short on Profit

By Rachel Lerman SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google parent company Alphabet reported mixed third-quarter results Monday, beating analyst expectations for revenue but falling short on profits. The stock fell more than 2% in after-hours trading. Still, the company met growth expectations for its key moneymaking businesses —...

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Stock Market Crash Near?

Image: Robert Shiller. Source: Leo Kolivakis Matt Krantz of Investor’s Business Daily reports that Nobel Laureate and “Irrational Exuberance” author Robert Shiller says he sees ‘bubbles everywhere’: When Nobel Laureate and “Irrational Exuberance” author Robert Shiller says he sees bubbles in the financial markets — you’d better listen up....

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