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21 октября, 21:27

Consumer Staples ETFs to Watch on Philip Morris' Q3 Results

ETFs that have significant exposure to Philip Morris will remain in focus on its Q3 earnings performance.

21 октября, 16:30

Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights: Helix Energy Solutions, Baker Hughes, Halliburton, Energy Recovery and Precision Drill

Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights: Helix Energy Solutions, Baker Hughes, Halliburton, Energy Recovery and Precision Drill

21 октября, 16:27

Can Procter & Gamble (PG) Pull a Surprise in Q1 Earnings?

The Procter & Gamble Company (PG) is set to report first-quarter fiscal 2017 results on Oct 25, before the market opens. Will it beat?

20 октября, 22:28

Are These Energy Stocks Changing The Game?

Are These Energy Stocks Changing The Game?

20 октября, 20:03

Fewer Stores Plan To Close For Thanksgiving This Year

It’s 4:30 p.m. on Thanksgiving and you’re contemplating a slice of pecan pie (your third... potentially). You aren’t eager to leave the warmth of the dinner table and the company of your family and friends ― plus, the gluttonous third slice would give you sufficient excuse to delay tackling the pile of dishes in the kitchen. Inhibitions long gone, you go for it.  Meanwhile, in a cold department store two miles away, fluorescent lights illuminate stacks of inventory. Frenzied shoppers on the sales floor need to know: Why won’t you price match? What’s the company’s return policy? Does it come in stainless? Welcome to the dichotomy of Thanksgiving, a holiday ostensibly about appreciation and giving thanks that is struggling to compete with profit-driven companies eager to kick off the holiday season. This year, 49 percent of retailers plan to open on Thanksgiving, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers’ 2016 Holiday Report, 1 percent more than last year. (About 9 percent of the retailers PwC surveyed have yet to decide their plans for the day). Amid that small uptick, however, the share of retailers opting to remain closed has become increasingly vocal. “Almost half of those choosing to close their doors on Thanksgiving Day are doing so to better align with their corporate values—and with their employees,” notes PwC. More than a fifth of those surveyed said employee morale is their primary reason for not opening on Thanksgiving this year. Among those is Mall of America, the biggest mall in the country, which will close for Thanksgiving this year for the first time since 2012. “We think Thanksgiving is a day for families and for people we care about,” Jill Renslow, the mall’s senior vice president of marketing, explained earlier this month. “We want to give this day back.” We think Thanksgiving is a day for families and for people we care about. We want to give this day back. Mall of America executive Jill Renslow In Maine, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, decades-old “blue laws,” holdovers from the area’s Puritan past, actually prohibit most large stores from opening Thanksgiving Day. And in Ohio, state Rep. Mike Foley (D-Cleveland) introduced a bill in 2014 that would protect workers from retaliation by their employer if they refused to work on Thanksgiving. (Enthusiasm for the bill fizzled and it didn’t come close to being signed into law.) “Thanksgiving Day is supposed to be a day when we retreat from consumerism,” Foley explained at the time. “It’s a day when you hang out with your family, go play touch football, have a big turkey dinner, and complain about your crazy uncle or cousin—but you don’t think about super blockbuster sales at Target.” (On the flip side, it’s worth noting some employees don’t mind working Thanksgiving, and in some cases welcome the opportunity for overtime pay. Few retail employees, however, have the luxury of making the decision for themselves.) For those keeping track, Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, is an entirely different creature: PwC found 85 percent of retailers plan to open that day, the same number as in 2015, despite predictions the shopping event will see 8 percent fewer shoppers this year. Here are some of the larger retailers who have announced they will close on Thanksgiving (via BestBlackFriday.com):   Barnes & Noble Bed Bath & Beyond Burlington Cabela’s Costco Crate and Barrel Dillard’s DSW GameStop Guitar Center Harbor Freight Hobby Lobby Home Depot IKEA Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft Stores Jos. A Bank Lowes Mall of America Marshalls Mattress Firm Menards Neiman Marcus Nordstrom Nordstrom Rack Office Depot Office Max Patagonia Petco PetSmart Pier 1 Imports Publix Sam’s Club Sierra Trading Post Staples The Container Store T.J. Maxx  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

20 октября, 16:25

Waters Corp. (WAT) Likely to Beat Q3 Earnings: Here's Why

We expect Waters Corporation (WAT) to beat earnings expectations when it reports third-quarter 2016 earnings results before the opening bell on Oct 25.

20 октября, 13:59

Consumer Stocks to Report Earnings on Oct 24: VFC, KMB, ERI

The third-quarter 2016 earnings season has kick started and the investor community is engrossed in tallying the estimated earnings of companies with their actual outcomes.

20 октября, 01:07

Spooky Stays: 7 Haunted Houses Where You Can Spend the Night

Haunted houses are a Halloween staple, but if you’re looking for more than jump scares and buckets of fake blood, you’ll want to seek out the real thing.

19 октября, 21:14

Pumpkins: An American Obsession

The beloved vegetable that fed New England’s starving settlers now produces more than $100 million in sales.

19 октября, 18:10

Will Low Volatility ETFs Regain Their Mojo?

Low volatility ETFs lost some of its appeal as safer investments recently. But can these gain back its allure ahead?

19 октября, 18:01

The Top 5 Foods Every Woman Should Eat

Eating right is important, and with age comes the need to be mindful about your diet. Here are 5 foods women should always have in their fridge.

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19 октября, 16:38

Oil, earnings lift Wall Street but Intel drags

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks notched a second straight day of gains on Wednesday, as climbing oil prices lifted the energy sector and earnings from Morgan Stanley provided a boost to financials.

19 октября, 16:09

Intuitive Surgical (ISRG) Up on Q3 Earnings & Revenue Beat

Intuitive Surgical posted adjusted earnings of $5.39 per share in the third quarter of 2016, crushing the Zacks Consensus Estimate by $1.04, courtesy of stellar revenue growth. Also, the figure improved 19.8% on a year-over-year basis.

19 октября, 16:00

Day-Old Loaf? 7 Creative Stale Bread Recipes

From soups to stuffing, here are seven stale bread recipes that will turn a day-old loaf into a delicious new dish.

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19 октября, 16:00

3 Must-Read Pieces for Practice Management: October 19th Edition

Every week, we bring you the best and most succinct curation of must-read articles to help you grow your investment advisory practice. More than a dozen hours of weekly reading by industry veteran Kristan Wojnar boils down to these three ‘non-negotiables’ for your reading list. Want to grow your practice? Bookmark our practice management center and make these pieces a weekly staple.

19 октября, 15:50

Kimberly-Clark (KMB) Q3 Earnings: What's in the Cards?

Kimberly Clark Corporation (KMB) is set to report third-quarter 2016 results before the opening bell on Oct 24.

18 октября, 16:30

Cold Ice Cream, Warm Cone: This NYC Trend Is The Perfect Fall Dessert

Get ’em while they’re hot! On Monday, I tried one of the ice creams from Taiyaki NYC, a dessert shop that opened in September and has become a staple of food-porny Instagram feeds.  Nestled between Manhattan’s Chinatown and Little Italy neighborhoods, Taiyaki NYC serves up traditional Japanese fish-shaped cakes stuffed with soft serve. They’re so adorable, you can’t resist taking photos and showing them off ― before gobbling them up.  But the best part about these treats isn’t their cuteness. None of the beautiful photos I saw online captured their most surprising and delightful characteristic: The cone is still warm when they serve it to you.  Cold ice cream, warm cone. That, right there, is autumn bliss. Taiyaki NYC is peddling the perfect fall dessert.  Do yourself a favor: Visit @taiyakinyc and get yourself the "Straight Outta Japan" ice cream cone (matcha-sesame swirl ice cream with red bean filling and mochi). Even if there's a line, this treat is worth it. ❤❤❤ #taiyaki A photo posted by Catharine Smith (@catattack91686) on Oct 17, 2016 at 12:24pm PDT Even if there’s a line out the door ― and there often is, thanks to the shop’s embrace of social media and the coverage it received when it opened its doors a few weeks ago ― you can expect to get a freshly made cone. There was no line when I showed up, around 2 p.m. Since it was my first time, the friendly staff at the counter recommended I try the “Straight Outta Japan,” a popular $7 cone with a swirl of matcha and sesame ice cream, red bean paste and a short stack of teeny pastel-colored mochi sticking out the top (see above). There are a handful of other $7 combos on the menu, and you can also build your own creation from the list of ice cream flavors, fillings and toppings. (There are options for those who just want the ice cream. Do yourself a favor, though, and get the fish cone.) Gone fishing Matcha sesame swirl with red bean filling #trifecta #straightouttajapan #hypeisreal A photo posted by SF 》NY (@klummmy) on Sep 18, 2016 at 12:29pm PDT But wait, doesn’t the warm cone make the ice cream melt too fast? Actually, it wasn’t an issue for me ― and that’s partly thanks to the bean paste inside the cone. The paste is a common filling for Japanese taiyaki cakes, and in this case, when paired with ice cream, it keeps the drippings from pooling in the tip of the cone. My treat didn’t get soggy or leak onto my hand. fish are friends, not food A photo posted by AFS (@sussycani) on Sep 25, 2016 at 10:38am PDT OK, I’ll admit it’s possible I didn’t end up with a melty mess because I scarfed that thing so fast it didn’t have much of a chance to liquefy. (I’ve never been a genteel eater of snacks.) Either way, the bean paste is a nice addition.   Overall, this dessert was so picture-perfect that I almost felt bad eating it. Almost.   . . . #taiyaki #taiyakinyc #icecream #foooood #delicious #nyceats #nyc #nycfoodie #eeeeeats #custard #fishshape #wafflecone #taiyakiicecream A photo posted by @thatclevelandblondeeats on Oct 17, 2016 at 9:41am PDT * 最近、インスタやニュースでよく見かける#taiyaki 行ってきました。 サクサクの皮とアイスと餡子の組み合わせがとっても美味しい♡ . 寒くなる前に、が合言葉の今日この頃。 日にち足りるかな . . ところでハッシュタグが反映されません なーぜー . #taiyakinyc#greentea#icecream#nycfood#yummy#newyork#たい焼き#甘味#アイスクリーム#抹茶#黒ごま#旅#食べすぎ#ニューヨーク旅行#ニューヨーク#アメリカ#そういえば#たい焼き笑顔になってる A photo posted by S A T O M I (@saamii_27) on Oct 3, 2016 at 4:07pm PDT // Just got my nails done yesterday #Vscocam #DannyAndHisFoodPics #TaiyakiNYC A photo posted by Danny Xia (@xdannyxia) on Oct 17, 2016 at 4:21pm PDT Time to try out this place! #NYC #NewYorkCity #NewYork #Manhattan #chinatown #TaiyakiNYC #asian #japanese #taiyaki #icecream #fish #dessert #sweet A photo posted by Jimmy Wai-Fan Lu (@jimmylu_88) on Oct 17, 2016 at 7:21pm PDT -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

18 октября, 16:24

PepsiCo Designs Sustainable Agenda to Meet Changing Needs

PepsiCo, Inc. (PEP) announced a global sustainability agenda to meet the changing consumer and societal requirements and also promote business growth.

18 октября, 16:10

Consumer Staples Earnings on Oct 19: SVU, RAI, WDFC, TUP

The Q3 earnings season has commenced on a better note, with results announced so far displaying an improvement from the dreary results of the preceding quarters.

18 октября, 14:58

Procter & Gamble (P&G) to Buy Back $1.25B Debt Securities

The Procter & Gamble Company (PG) announced a buyback of up to $1.25 billion in debts.