U.K. stocks finish the session lower on Friday, logging a drop for the month of November, its second in a row, as mining stocks fall on worries over China’s economy and investors look ahead to the outcome of a key G-20 meeting between the U.S. and Chinese presidents.
The dreaded inversion of the yield curve is nigh, but in an oft-ignored section of its slope.
By Chuck Jones, Contributor You may have noticed that President Trump and Republicans haven’t been talking about December quarter’s GDP growth outlook as three Federal Reserve Banks are forecasting December quarter’s GDP result to be between 2.3% to 2.6%. This would be a comedown from June’s 4.2% growth and September’s 3.5%. …read more
By Trefis Team, Contributor Nintendo (OTCMKTS:NTDOY) has seen stellar growth since the launch of the Switch console, both in hardware and software sales. Since its launch the company has sold close to 23 million consoles and over 100 million software titles. The company expects to ship 20 million consoles and 100 million… …read more
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