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Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) stock was up 0.28% in mid-morning trading on June 17. Shares have climbed 25% in 2019 so far. The stock has slipped 5.6% over the past month. It took a beating after a top analyst lowered the price target in anticipation of slower revenue growth and rising costs. In the first quarter of 2019 Twitter beat expectations and reported adjusted earnings per share of $0.37 compared to $0.15 expected in a Refinitiv survey of analysts. Revenue also beat expectations and came in at $787 million. Daily active users were up year-over-year... -Baystreet.ca
Tesla is well on its way to having a record sales quarter, and is currently delivering a thousand cars per day on average this month, Electrek reported on Friday, despite many missed deadlines and sales figures for previous quarters. The push comes US incentives for buying electric vehicles are set to drop again at the end of June. In order to break its record Tesla would need to ship 33,000 Teslas during the month of June in it's North American market. Tesla is likely to reach that Target as it already has 7,000 cars on order to be delivered in the... -Baystreet.ca
Every week I post a link to the DOL report on initial unemployment claims and include a graph of initial claims over time.  I'm frequently asked if small increases in weekly claims might indicate a recession (short answer: no).I find this report useful for two purposes.First, this report is one of the pieces of data I use in trying to forecast the monthly employment report. This has occasionally been helpful, especially when claims rise of fall during the BLS reference week (includes the 12th of the month).Second, when I'm on recession watch (I... -Calculated Risk
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