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Samsung Q9 Cyber Monday Deals 2018

Samsung Q9 Cyber Monday Deals 2018 Looking for 2018's hottest Cyber Monday items? Find Samsung Q9 Cyber Monday deals, and get info on the best selling Cyber Monday items here.


Stocks plunge to 8-month lows on China fears; J&J nosedives

Stocks plunge to 8-month lows on China fears; J&J nosedives NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are staggering Friday after weak economic data from China has investors worrying about the global economy again. Mounting tensions in Europe over Britain's impeding departure from the European Union also darkened traders' moods.


Markets Right Now: Stocks drop on China concerns, J&J sinks

Markets Right Now: Stocks drop on China concerns, J&J sinks NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on developments in financial markets (all times local):


Stocks continue to fall on global growth concerns

Stocks continue to fall on global growth concerns Stocks tumbling here as a volatile week comes to a close. Plus - J & J shares getting hit on a damning report on asbestos in baby powder - we have the very latest. And - a big Apple analyst slashes his iPhone sales estimate - we break it down in the Analyst Rumble. Plus - markets here, and abroad are crumbling. JPMorgan's Gabriela Santos on where investors can go to hide.


Johnson & Johnson found to have concealed knowledge that its Baby Powder contained asbestos 

Johnson & Johnson found to have concealed knowledge that its Baby Powder contained asbestos  Johnson & Johnson knew that its talcum powder contained asbestos but failed to tell customers for over three decades, an investigation has found.  Shares in the company plunged  12 per cent following the release of the report by news agency Reuters, wiping £37bn ($47bn) off the company's value.  The investigation also found that the pharmaceutical company had employed a range of tactics to shape research into the problem and protect its Baby Powder brand. In one case, the company commissioned and paid for a study, told the researchers their desired results and then hired a ghostwriter to redraft the article presenting the findings. The investigation centres on a cache of documents released by Johnson & Johnson relating to the 11,700 plaintiffs claiming that the company’s talc caused their cancers. The documents show that from at least 1971 to the early 2000s, the company’s raw talc and finished powders sometimes tested positive for small amounts of asbestos, and that company executives, mine managers, scientists, doctors and lawyers fretted over the problem and how to address it while failing to disclose it to regulators or the public. A case in July, in which a judge ordered the company to pay $4.69bn in damages to 22 parties, was the first to succeed with a claim that the talc caused ovarian cancer.  Johnson and Johnson said it will appeal the recent verdicts against it and maintains that its talc is safe, adding that the recently divulged court papers show its commitment to ensuring its products are asbestos-free.  has been required to divulge in recent litigation shows the care the company takes to ensure its products are asbestos-free


Global growth worry hits stocks, but U.S. data lifts dollar

Global growth worry hits stocks, but U.S. data lifts dollar A gauge of global stocks tumbled on Friday after weak economic data from China and Europe intensified global growth worries as investors weighed the broader impact of the trade dispute between the United States and China. The European data came on the heels of weak readings from China, where November retail sales grew at the weakest pace since 2003 and industrial output rose the least in nearly three years, underlining risks to the economy as Beijing works to defuse its trade dispute with the United States. On Wall Street, U.S. stocks were not only hampered by growth worries but by a drop in Johnson & Johnson shares, which lost 9.27 percent, its biggest drop in a decade, as the biggest drag on both the Dow and S&P 500 after Reuters reported that the pharma major knew that its baby powder was contaminated with cancer-causing asbestos.


Angry protests after Somalia arrests jihadist-politician

Angry protests after Somalia arrests jihadist-politician Demonstrators took to the streets of Baidoa in southwest Somalia for a second day Friday protesting the arrest of a former Islamist militant leader who was vying for the regional presidency. Tyres burned, roads were blocked and shots fired as police tried to break up crowds of hundreds of angry protesters in the city where regional presidential elections are due to be held on 19 December. Muktar Robow, who defected from the jihadist Shabaab movement last year, was detained by the government on Thursday, accused of "organising a militia" and seeking to "undermine stability", and flown to the capital Mogadishu.


Stocks Test February Lows; Treasuries, Yen Rise: Markets Wrap

Stocks Test February Lows; Treasuries, Yen Rise: Markets Wrap The sour mood on Wall Street Friday came after equities slumped from Asia to Europe on concern that Chinese growth is slowing. President Donald Trump attributed the latest data to his trade war, even suggesting a deal could come soon. “People see the challenges into 2019, and it’s the same litany of fundamental challenges with revenue growth, global growth, all of these questions,” said Yousef Abbasi, director of U.S. institutional equities and global market strategist at INTL FCStone.


The Latest: State regulators vote to OK $15B utility merger

The Latest: State regulators vote to OK $15B utility merger COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The Latest on South Carolina regulators' votes on issues concerning the fallout from a $9 billion nuclear construction project failure (all times local):


Best Deals for Christmas 2018

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Best Deals for Christmas 2018

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California to phase in electric, fuel-cell transit buses: regulators

California to phase in electric, fuel-cell transit buses: regulators California air quality regulators voted on Friday to require that transit buses have zero emissions beginning in 2029, another step by the liberal-leaning state that sets it apart from the environmental policies of the Trump administration. The California Air Resources Board voted unanimously on the proposal to ramp up the use of battery electric or fuel-cell buses until 2029, at which point all new transit buses will have to be zero-emission vehicles. The move away from diesel buses will be a boon to companies such as Chinese automaker BYD , backed by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc and Silicon Valley startup Proterra Inc, which have bet that zero-emissions buses will eventually catch on.


California to phase in electric, fuel-cell transit buses: regulators

California to phase in electric, fuel-cell transit buses: regulators California air quality regulators voted on Friday to require that transit buses have zero emissions beginning in 2029, another step by the liberal-leaning state that sets it apart from the environmental policies of the Trump administration. The California Air Resources Board voted unanimously on the proposal to ramp up the use of battery electric or fuel-cell buses until 2029, at which point all new transit buses will have to be zero-emission vehicles. The move away from diesel buses will be a boon to companies such as Chinese automaker BYD , backed by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc and Silicon Valley startup Proterra Inc, which have bet that zero-emissions buses will eventually catch on.


Stocks plunge, Dow sheds more than 450 points

Stocks plunge, Dow sheds more than 450 points U.S. equities fell along with global stocks on Friday, rounding out a week of choppy trading.


Senate rebukes Trump, Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi, Yemen war

Senate rebukes Trump, Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi, Yemen war WASHINGTON (AP) — In back-to-back votes against Saudi Arabia, the Senate delivered an unusual rebuke of President Donald Trump's response to the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and signaled new skepticism from Capitol Hill toward the longtime Middle East ally.


Retail Sales Show U.S. Consumer Keeping Foot on Growth Pedal

Retail Sales Show U.S. Consumer Keeping Foot on Growth Pedal Americans took advantage of lower fuel prices and Black Friday sales that kicked off the holiday-shopping season last month, setting up household consumption for a stronger-than-expected quarterly increase following what were already the best back-to-back gains in four years. Factory output was unchanged last month while the prior month’s reading was revised to a decline from a gain, Federal Reserve data showed Friday. While the economy’s pace is still projected to moderate in the final three months of the year from 3.5 percent in the third quarter, retail sales alleviated some concerns that growth is weakening even more.


Why it’s time to 'de-fang' FANG: BNY Mellon's Levine

Why it’s time to 'de-fang' FANG: BNY Mellon's Levine BNY Mellon Chief Strategist Alicia Levine says it’s time to stop grouping all of the big FANG stocks together.


What Is the Average CD Rate?

What Is the Average CD Rate? Certificates of deposit, or CDs, offer a reliable and structured approach to savings. A CD has a set term length, and once you make your initial deposit, you can’t touch that money until the term ends. This allows your money … Continue reading → The post What Is the Average CD Rate? appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.


Buy a gift card, get a freebie at these restaurants, businesses

Buy a gift card, get a freebie at these restaurants, businesses This holiday season, when you purchase gift cards at many popular restaurant chains including Applebee's and the Cheesecake Factory, get a bonus.


Bulleit introduces futuristic 3D printed cocktail

Bulleit introduces futuristic 3D printed cocktail Different groundbreaking digital tools have infiltrated just about every


Johnson & Johnson shares plunge after report on asbestos in baby powder

Johnson & Johnson shares plunge after report on asbestos in baby powder US pharmaceutical and cosmetics group Johnson & Johnson saw its shares plunge Friday after a media report alleged the group had deliberately concealed for decades that its baby powder sometimes contained asbestos. A lengthy investigation by the Reuters news agency, which reviewed thousands of company documents, showed that it marketed talc-based products that, at least between 1971 and the beginning of the 2000s, sometimes contained asbestos. Around 1900 GMT, J&J stock had lost nine percent on the New York Stock Exchange, after seeing a decline of nearly 12 percent earlier in the session.


Why Costco Shares Got Crushed Today

Why Costco Shares Got Crushed Today The warehouse retailer slipped based on doubts following its earnings report.


Prescription art: Take in two museums and call me in the morning

Prescription art: Take in two museums and call me in the morning The five pavilions that comprise the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, one of Canada’s most prominent institutions, draw their share of art lovers, of tourists, and of ragtag school groups. During any given week, there are deaf teens and young adults viewing the works as part of their education in how to overcome obstacles to communication through art.


Bahrain Central Bank Publishes Draft Cryptocurrency Regulations

Bahrain Central Bank Publishes Draft Cryptocurrency Regulations The central bank of Bahrain has kicked off a consultative process on cryptocurrency platforms in the kingdom by publishing the relevant draft regulations. According to the Bahrain News Agency, the draft rules — which target the operations of crypto-asset platforms — aim to provide a regulatory framework for the supervision and licensing of these services.


Do Insiders Own Lots Of Shares In Orion Energy Systems, Inc (NASDAQ:OESX)?

Do Insiders Own Lots Of Shares In Orion Energy Systems, Inc (NASDAQ:OESX)? Every investor in Orion Energy Systems, Inc (NASDAQ:OESX) should be aware of the most powerful shareholder groups. Large companies usually have institutions as shareholders, and we usually see insiders owning Read More...


Food Safety Experts Say New Romaine Labels Have Serious Shortcomings

Food Safety Experts Say New Romaine Labels Have Serious Shortcomings The leafy greens industry rolled out its new “origin” labeling program last week, an effort designed to help consumers avoid romaine lettuce contaminated with E. coli bacteria. Produce bags beari...


Do Institutions Own National Vision Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:EYE) Shares?

Do Institutions Own National Vision Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:EYE) Shares? A look at the shareholders of National Vision Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:EYE) can tell us which group is most powerful. Insiders often own a large chunk of younger, smaller, companies while Read More...


Buy Twitter (TWTR) Stock as We Head into 2019?

Buy Twitter (TWTR) Stock as We Head into 2019? Twitter (TWTR) stock has surged over 25% in the last three months, while tech giants from Apple (AAPL) to Amazon (AMZN) have fallen as part of the broader market pullback. So, the question is should investors buy shares of Twitter heading into 2019?


7 “Strong Buy” Defensive Stocks for 2019

7 “Strong Buy” Defensive Stocks for 2019 Market sentiment looks like it will ring in the new year with a grouchy disposition. For 2019, portfolio-building strategies are increasingly focusing on defensive stocks. And why not? There are a host of headwinds facing stocks as we head into the new year, be it high share prices, interest rates, slowing economic growth across the world or trade uncertainty, among other negative factors. "For equity investors, risk is high and the margin of safety is low because stock valuations are elevated compared with history," Goldman Sachs Chief Equity Strategist David Kostin recently told investors. No wonder defense is in. Companies from sectors such as health care and consumer staples offer goods and services that people need no matter what the economy is doing, which leads to more reliable revenues and profits. Still, even outside those sectors, there are a few resilient blue chips that either dominate their market so completely or offer such diversified product lines that they can hang in most market environments. These are the kinds of stocks investors want to pile into. Here are seven "Strong Buy" defensive stocks to buy as we head into 2019. We used TipRanks' Stock Screener to pinpoint "safer" stocks that Wall Street's analyst community is overwhelmingly bullish on at the moment. Just remember: No stock is completely insulated from broad-market downdrafts, including these. But all seven should broadly stand up well during a longer-term period of instability. SEE ALSO: 101 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for 2019 and Beyond


Have Insiders Been Selling SharpSpring, Inc. (NASDAQ:SHSP) Shares?

Have Insiders Been Selling SharpSpring, Inc. (NASDAQ:SHSP) Shares? We often see insiders buying up shares in companies that perform well over the long term. On the other hand, we'd be remiss not to mention that insider sales have Read More...


Rep. Ro Khanna’s ‘new New Deal’: Bringing tech jobs to rural America

Rep. Ro Khanna’s ‘new New Deal’: Bringing tech jobs to rural America In Jefferson, Iowa, Khanna tours the future site of The Forge, a public-private partnership designed to bring tech jobs to rural America. JEFFERSON, Iowa — Ro Khanna wants you to know he did not come to Iowa for the usual reasons. Yes, Khanna is a politician — a first-term congressman from California’s 17th Congressional District who won reelection in November with more than 75 percent of the vote.


A College Education Isn’t Priceless

A College Education Isn’t Priceless College-bound high school seniors of America: You are about to embark on one of the most formative periods of your life, full of new friendships, personal growth and overcaffeinated conversations…


Respected Apple Analyst Cuts iPhone XR Estimates Yet Again

Respected Apple Analyst Cuts iPhone XR Estimates Yet Again The iPhone XR can't catch a break.


Sony, Samsung, LG, VIZIO, and more 4K TVs on sale this weekend

An Examination Of Etsy, Inc. (NASDAQ:ETSY)

An Examination Of Etsy, Inc. (NASDAQ:ETSY) I've been keeping an eye on Etsy, Inc. (NASDAQ:ETSY) because I'm attracted to its fundamentals. Looking at the company as a whole, as a potential stock investment, I believe ETSY Read More...


The Stock Market Is the Most Divorced It’s Been From the Economy Since 2010

The Stock Market Is the Most Divorced It’s Been From the Economy Since 2010 (Bloomberg) -- It’s getting harder to argue that the American economy’s showing signs of trouble, but judging by stocks, things don’t look so well. The divergence is getting to be historic.


12 Stocks You Should Never Sell

12 Stocks You Should Never Sell Hopping in and out of stocks tends to do more harm than good to your portfolio. Fortunately, most of the time, investors are content to sit back and let time do the heavy lifting. Every now and then, however, an uninterrupted market-wide rally (such as the one we saw in 2017) followed by a couple of major corrections (such as the ones we've seen in 2018) inspires a more active approach. Buying every dip last year was a bulletproof strategy; steering clear of this year's big dips would've left most investors far better off. But broadly speaking, investors shouldn't embrace that short-term mindset. Buy-and-hold is a time-tested strategy that helps investors avoid trying to time the market (which even experts can't reliably do) and making poor emotional decisions. With that as a backdrop, here are a dozen stocks to never sell. Many buy-and-holders are looking to reset their portfolios as the new year begins. If you hold any of the stocks, don't stop ... and if you're looking to buy, be ready to commit. Each company has plenty to success that their history of success should continue for years to come. And each operates in an industry that won't go away anytime soon. SEE ALSO: 101 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for 2019 and Beyond


How Many Insiders Sold Sonoco Products Company (NYSE:SON) Shares?

How Many Insiders Sold Sonoco Products Company (NYSE:SON) Shares? We've lost count of how many times insiders have accumulated shares in a company that goes on to improve markedly. Unfortunately, there are also plenty of examples of share prices Read More...


Best End-of-the-Year Car Deals

Best End-of-the-Year Car Deals As the end of the year approaches, great car deals are available now. New car shoppers will see significant rebates and more wiggle room in negotiations as automakers and dealers try to clear sho...


3 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy in December

3 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy in December These top dogs are committed to paying out rich dividends to shareholders in the long run.