A ‘shaking’ amongst mortgage lenders is imminent

A sign hangs from a Banco Santander branch in London, UK, on ​​Wednesday, February 3, 2010. Simon Dawson | Bloomberg via Getty Images Banks and other mortgage providers have been battered by falling loan demand this year, as a result of the Federal Reserve interest rate Long walk. Some companies will be forced out of … Read more

Morgan Stanley on market backside and tech shares, Nasdaq

Shares across the board rallied in July, with Nasdaq having recovered from previous falls. And Wall Street is debating whether the market has bottomed. Growth stocks like technology have generally tumbled this year due to currency tightening, recessions and other risks. And Morgan Stanley in an August 3 report warned that although the Nasdaq is … Read more

Jim Cramer Says Congressional Spending Payments Might Exacerbate Inflation, However He is Nonetheless Upbeat

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday said that two massive Congressional spending bills have him worried about the trajectory of inflation. “I’m still a bull – I’ve been feeling optimistic since June when I see commodities moving in the right direction. And I’m also very confident about wage inflation, if not Congress,” he said.Crazy money” said … Read more

Learn how to place when the bull market beckons

Wealth manager Dan Veru believes US stocks could experience a sustained decline, before starting a “strong rally” later this year. A broad-based rally in US stocks in July stoked hopes of a sustained rally in equities. Speaking on CNBC’s “Squawk Box Europe” before the start of Monday’s US trading session, Veru attributed July’s good results … Read more

Jim Cramer Says Congressional Spending Payments May Exacerbate Inflation, However He is Nonetheless Upbeat

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday said that two massive Congressional spending bills have him worried about the trajectory of inflation. “I’m still a bull – I’ve been feeling optimistic since June when I see commodities moving in the right direction. And I’m also very confident about wage inflation, if not Congress,” he said.Crazy money” said … Read more

Robinhood’s Tenev Says Retail Dealer Is not In Promoting Himself Regardless of Struggling

Vlad Tenev, CEO and co-founder of Robinhood Markets, Inc., is displayed on a screen during his company’s IPO at the Nasdaq Market site in Times Square in New York City, U.S., May 29 July 2021. Brendan McDermid | Reuters Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev on Wednesday said the retail brokerage did not want to be acquired … Read more

Jim Cramer says the charts present now’s the right time to purchase gold

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday told investors that gold is poised to recover, which is the optimal time for investors to rush in. “The charts, interpreted by the legendary Larry Williams, suggest that the general public is abandoning gold in bulk and he thinks it’s the perfect time to buy some,”Crazy money” said the presenter. … Read more

Jim Cramer says the charts present now’s the right time to purchase gold

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday told investors that gold is poised to recover, which is the optimal time for investors to rush in. “The charts, interpreted by the legendary Larry Williams, suggest that the general public is abandoning gold in bulk and he thinks it’s the perfect time to buy some,”Crazy money” said the presenter. … Read more

Pioneer returns over 95% of free money move to buyers when it beats earnings

Pioneer Natural Resources Holding Investment Club (PXD) reported better-than-expected earnings after Tuesday’s closing bell. Total revenue of $6.92 billion beat expectations of $6.89 billion. Adjusted diluted earnings of $9.36 per share were better than the $8.81 per share Street expected. Operating cash flow for the quarter was $3.22, slightly short of $3.45 billion expected. After … Read more

Small-cap shares can carry out higher in recession

Large-cap stocks are generally considered a safe bet in times of volatility, but some Wall Street experts say small-cap stocks are growing in appeal as recession risks increase. Small-cap stocks are generally less popular than larger stocks due to previously perceived earnings volatility, greater domestic bias, and lower visibility. They are also often shunned when … Read more