NAB to pay 60c dividend as earnings jump

The National Australia Bank will pay shareholders an interim dividend of 60¢ per share, after it reports cash earnings of $3.3 billion for the half, a 48.1 per cent on the previous period. The big four bank’s revenue increased by 1 per cent over the six months to March 31 […]

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Crude Oil Futures Settle Slightly Weak

Crude oil futures settled slightly lower on Wednesday as traders weighed global energy demand and supply prospects, tracking inventory data and reports showing continued surge in coronavirus cases in Asia. Data showing a sharp decline in U.S. crude inventories helped limit oil’s downside. West Texas Intermediate Crude oil futures for […]

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Ethereum, Dogecoin hit records

How investors can find opportunity in inflation: Expert Richard Bernstein Advisors CEO Richard Bernstein provides insight into economic recovery, the markets, inflation, taxes and what to expect from America’s GDP.  Both Ethereum and Dogecoin climbed to new all-time highs on Tuesday as Bitcoin continues to stall.  According to price tracking […]

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These Are the Companies Wall Street Is Betting Against

Every two weeks, the short interest data on all publicly traded stocks is released to the public. Short sellers bet that stocks will drop, and they borrow shares in the public corporation they are shorting, hoping to replace those shares at a less expensive price in the future. The action […]

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Investing legend Rob Arnott believes Tesla is 'extravagantly overpriced.' He explains why he thinks the entire electric-vehicle market is deluded and which companies are positioned for success.

Rob Arnott pioneered the use of fundamental indexing as a market-beating investment strategy. He believes that the electric-vehicle market is in the midst of ‘big market delusion.’ Arnott recently discussed the rise of EV stocks and why Tesla may be in trouble. See more stories on Insider’s business page. Rob […]

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