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Stocks Daily Review November 14, 2017

Stocks Daily Review for November 14, 2017

As China Takes Center Stage In The World, It May Be Time To Buy Chinese Stocks

China is on its way to further superpower status, and a place where substantial profits are going to be made, despite the role of the government in the economy.


A Chinese Engine Maker And 3 Other Bargain Stocks

Value pioneer Ben Graham liked to buy stocks selling for book value or less. These four stocks fit the bill.


European Shares Mostly Lower In Cautious Trade

European stocks were subdued on Monday as ongoing concerns over Brexit negotiations and U.S. tax reform plans continued to keep investors nervous. Disappointing bank lending data from China also weighed on markets on a light day on the economic front.


Asian Shares Mixed Ahead Of Data-heavy Week

Asian stocks closed on a mixed note on Monday as U.S. President Donald Trump’s tour of Asia continued and investors awaited a slew of data from China, Japan and Australia this week for directional cues.


European Shares Poised To Open Lower

European stocks may open a tad lower on Monday, with U.K. politics likely to be in focus after reports that 40 Tory MPs are prepared to sign a letter of no confidence in leader Theresa May following Ms May’s disastrous conference speech.


U.S. stocks close slightly higher, tax-cut worries cap upside

U.S. stocks closed slightly higher on Monday, with the main indexes attempting to rebound from the first weekly loss in two months last week. However,


Roku shares jump another 10% to extend gains made after blowout earnings

Shares of Roku Inc. ROKU, +28.45% surged another 10% Monday, extending gains made last week after better-than-expected earnings. Roku last week report


GGP shares jump after Brookfield mounts an acquisition bid

GGP Inc. GGP, +8.47% shares surged nearly 6% Monday morning after Brookfield Property Partners L.P. BPY, -4.86% offered to buy the retail real estate


Tyson shares rise after earnings and sales beat

Tyson Foods Inc. TSN, +1.96% shares rose 3.9% in Monday premarket trading after the company reported fourth-quarter earnings and sales beat estimates.


Switch shares drop after first earnings report since IPO

Switch Inc. SWCH, +5.70% shares fell in the extended session Monday even after the data-center company’s quarterly results–their first as a public co


Continued Support Called For Hong Kong Shares

The Hong Kong stock market has alternated between positive and negative finishes through the last nine trading days since the end of the two-day losing streak in which it had fallen almost 200 points or 0.


Singapore Stocks May Stop The Bleeding On Tuesday

The Singapore stock market has finished lower in two straight sessions, although it has given up less than 5 points or 0.2 percent in that span. The Straits Times Index now rests just beneath the 3,420-point plateau although it may end its slide on Tuesday.


Malaysia Shares May Find Traction On Tuesday

The Malaysia stock market has tracked lower in back-to-back sessions, sliding almost 10 points or 0.6 percent along the way. The Kuala Lumpur Composite Index now rests just above the 1,735-point plateau although it may stop the bleeding on Tuesday.


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