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This Analyst Says GSK Spin-Off Haleon Offers “Best Of Both Consumer Worlds”

  • Investopedia

    Top Silver Stocks for Q3 2022

    Silver is valued both as an industrial metal and as a precious metal. It is used in jewelry, electronics, and photography. Many investors use it as a safe haven in times of economic turmoil and sometimes as a hedge against inflation.

  • MarketWatch

    This bond ETF has the potential to become the king of fixed income ETFs. Here’s why.

    In this week’s edition, I spoke with Todd Rosenbluth, head of research at VettaFi, about a potential change in the leader table for bond ETFs and other dynamics driving interest in fixed-income ETFs. With ample liquidity and tax efficiency benefits, bond ETFs are attracting capital. The Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF (BND) has garnered about $80.97 billion in assets as of July 21, according to FactSet data.

  • The Wall Street Journal

    Crypto Exchange Blockchain.com Is Laying Off 25% of Staff

    Cryptocurrency exchange Blockchain.com is laying off one-quarter of its workforce, the latest business in the digital-assets sector to scale back following a sharp decline in cryptocurrencies. The trading platform is a creditor to the collapsed crypto hedge-fund manager Three Arrows Capital, which it lent more than $300 million. A spokeswoman Thursday confirmed the staff reduction, which was first reported by CoinDesk.

  • Reuters

    Guggenheim lures oil and gas bankers from Citigroup -sources

    Guggenheim Securities has hired three investment bankers from Citigroup Inc’s oil and gas team, people familiar with the matter said, as competition for talent in the sector intensifies amid a surge in energy prices that favors dealmaking. The trio includes Muhammad Laghari, who had been head of North American upstream investment banking at Citigroup and will be tasked with leading Guggenheim’s push into advising oil and gas exploration and production companies on mergers and acquisitions and capital markets transactions, the sources said.

  • Bloomberg

    Verizon Shares See Biggest Loss Since 2008 After Outlook Cut

    (Bloomberg) — Verizon Communications Inc. shares plunged to their biggest drop in 14 years after the mobile-phone company cut its forecast for the second straight quarter, adding to concerns that consumers are pulling back on spending.Most Read from BloombergThree Arrows Founders Break Silence Over Collapse of Crypto Hedge FundTesla’s Bitcoin Dump Leaves Accounting Mystery in Its WakeTrump Insiders Recall How He Spurned Pleas to Act as Riot RagedStudent Loan Borrowers Aren’t Waiting for Biden’s

  • TipRanks

    Seeking at Least 10% Dividend Yield? Analysts Suggest 2 Dividend Stocks to Buy

    Just where is the stock market going, that’s the question investors are trying to answer. The answer isn’t fully clear, though; markets have fallen for most of this year, but the last few days have seen the best trading in weeks. The problem is, investors and economists aren’t sure if we’re at a true bottom or just in the midst of a bear market rally. What happens next is anyone’s guess, but the history of bears and rallies can offer some suggestions. Looking back to the end of the Second World

  • Benzinga

    Mercer Acquires Wood Pallet Producer HIT For ~$275M

    Mercer International Inc. (NASDAQ: MERC) has agreed to acquire all of the outstanding shares of the parent company of Holzindustrie Torgau (HIT) for consideration of €270 million ($275.4 million), inclusive of forecasted net working capital of ~€43 million. HIT is a producer of EPAL wood pallets used for shipping. HIT owns, among other things, 100% of a timber processing and value-add pallet production facility in Torgau, Germany, and a wood processing facility in Dahlen, Germany, that produces

  • Bloomberg

    Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Survives No-Confidence Vote

    (Bloomberg) — Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha survived a vote of no confidence after opposition parties targeted him for economic mismanagement ahead of general elections expected by early next year.Most Read from BloombergThree Arrows Founders Break Silence Over Collapse of Crypto Hedge FundTesla’s Bitcoin Dump Leaves Accounting Mystery in Its WakeTrump Insiders Recall How He Spurned Pleas to Act as Riot RagedStudent Loan Borrowers Aren’t Waiting for Biden’s Promised ReliefUkraine

  • Bloomberg

    ECB Hike Showcases the Death of Central Banks’ Forward Guidance

    (Bloomberg) — The European Central Bank’s decision Thursday to raise interest rates by double the amount that top policy makers had signaled showcases the end of a tool that monetary chiefs have relied on for more than a decade now: forward guidance.Most Read from BloombergAmericans Who Can’t Afford Homes Are Moving to Europe InsteadThese Are the World’s Most (and Least) Powerful Passports in 2022Biden Contracts Covid as Pandemic Shows Its Staying PowerMusk Lieutenant Scrutinized in Internal Te

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