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Sometimes I get asked to write an article and feel like my InvestorPlace colleagues have said everything I can think of saying. That’s the case with Hertz (NYSE:HTZ). The company is in bankruptcy proceedings, yet somehow Hertz stock has become the apple of speculators’ eyes. Source: aureliefrance / Shutterstock.com Because of this interest in Hertz
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Carnival Corp. (NYSE:CCL) is making intelligent moves in response to novel coronavirus pandemic. The company is selling ships, cutting costs, and streamlining operations, but investors are still skeptical of investing in CCL stock. Source: Ruth Peterkin / Shutterstock.com We are still a long way away from seeing volumes return to pre-pandemic levels. Cruise lines served
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A smart phone with the icons for the J.P. Morgan apps. Christopher Wong | S3studio | Getty Images JPMorgan Chase is ditching plastic for some of its credit cards.  The Wall Street giant’s commercial cards team is partnering with Bay Area start-up Marqeta to launch digital-only credit cards. The new function will allow JPMorgan corporate cards
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Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: McDonald’s (MCD) – The restaurant chain reported quarterly profit of 66 cents per share, shy of the 74 cents a share consensus estimate. Revenue came in above Wall Street projections. Comparable-restaurant sales were down 23.9% globally, slightly wider than the 22.8% consensus estimate.
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In recent weeks, shares of alternative energy stocks like FuelCell (NASDAQ:FCEL) have caught investors’ attention. Since the lows hit in March, FCEL stock is up about 155%. On June 10, the shares hit a 52-week high at $3.42. Now, they are hovering at $2.5. Source: Kaca Skokanova/Shutterstock The Connecticut-based renewable energy firm makes fuel-cell (FC) power
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer urged investors Monday to remain cautious about the length of time it takes to develop a successful coronavirus vaccine, saying that Massachusetts-based biotech firm Moderna may be painting too rosy of a picture.  “It’s not a simple case. You don’t just say, ‘Hey, look at this. These people didn’t get Covid over a couple weeks.’
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Until the recent volatility, banks and energy stocks were among the darlings of Wall Street’s passive income-seeking investors. However, economic realities have made many of these companies reevaluate the sustainability of their high payout yields. As a result, boards of a wide range of businesses have either slashed or fully eliminated dividends. Today I’ll take a closer
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