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Yahoo BusinessJul 13, 2020
3 "Strong Buy" Penny Stocks That Could Deliver Massive Returns
Investor focus has landed squarely on the surge in new COVID-19 cases and its threat to economic reopenings, but there's another possibility being ignored. According to Morgan Stanley equity strategist Mike Wilson, even though the market is expecting economic activity to decline, earnings could get a major boost."Cautious investors may be overlooking the potential for operating leverage to fuel an earnings rebound... Aggressive cost-cutting in a downturn is what creates the powerful operating leverage when the economy recovers," Wilson commented.While unemployment has skyrocketed during the coronavirus crisis, Wilson argues operating leverage was already dropping before the pandemic's onset. "It's also a classic feature of late-cycle economic expansions. My point is that many companies were already exhibiting negative operating leverage pre-COVID-19. This gives me confidence that Q2 will likely be the trough for earnings growth," he explained.Bearing this in mind, some investors are on the hunt, looking to snap up compelling names before shares re-embark on an upward trajectory. For the more risk-tolerant, focus has locked in on penny stocks, or tickers trading for less than $5 per share. The appeal is clear; the bargain price tag means you can get more bang for your buck and even what feels like inconsequential share price appreciation can result in huge percentage gains.What's the flip side? Minor share price depreciation can fuel major percentage losses. By nature of these massive movements, penny stocks are no

The Motley FoolJul 13, 2020
Dow Jones Jumps 500 Points as Apple Stock Soars, Disney to Close Hong Kong Park
Apple is carving out a new all-time high, and Disney is being forced to shut down its Hong Kong resort.

Yahoo BusinessJul 13, 2020
This recession has exposed key myths, misconceptions about the economy. Here's how
The economic downturn since the coronavirus pandemic has been odd in so many ways. Why shouldn't it expose some economic myths and misconceptions?


NYTimes BusinessJul 13, 2020
‘I Can't Keep Doing This:' Small-Business Owners Are Giving Up
More owners are permanently shutting their doors after new lockdown orders, realizing that there may be no end in sight to the crisis.

CNBC BusinessJul 13, 2020
Dr. Anthony Fauci says U.S. coronavirus cases are surging because nation didn't totally shut down
White House coronavirus advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said that the United States is seeing a surge in new Covid-19 infections because the country never shut down entirely.

MarketWatch MarketPulseJul 13, 2020
Nasdaq sinks 2%, and broader stock market, ends negative in a stunning Monday reversal in final hour of trade
The Nasdaq Composite Index turned sharply negative as the broad-market rally, led by technology and tech-related stocks, unraveled within the final hour of trade Monday afternoon. The Nasdaq Composite Index closed down 2.1% at 10,390, but had been up by nearly 2% at 10,824 earlier in the session; the S&P 500 index closed 0.9% lower at 3,155 after touching an intraday peak at 3,235.32, briefly erasing its year-to-date losses. Meanwhile, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gave up its solid gains to cut its rally substantially. The Dow closed with a gain of less than 0.1% at about 26,086, but had hit a Monday peak at 26,639. News of reclosing in coronavirus ravaged states, particularly California, partly helped to derail the day's strong opening gains.

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Yahoo BusinessJul 13, 2020
A $21 Billion Chip Deal Messes With Texas Instruments
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- The boring part of the chip market is getting more interesting. For Texas Instruments Inc., that means stiffer competition from a stronger rival. Early Monday, Analog Devices Inc. announced a definitive agreement to acquire Maxim Integrated Products Inc. for about $21 billion in an all-stock deal that works out to a 22% premium to Maxim's close on Friday. Maxim shareholders will get 0.63 share of Analog stock for each share they own, resulting in 31% ownership of the combined company. The transaction is expected to be completed in the summer of 2021 and is subject to regulatory and shareholder approvals.The deal would combine the No. 2 and No. 3 players in analog chips, one of the less sexy and more workaday corners of the semiconductor market. According to Bernstein, the category accounted for 13%, or about $54 billion, of the global $412 billion chip market last year. Analog chips have the specific function of converting physical world signal — including sound, temperature and pressure — into digital data. Compared to microprocessors — which are updated annually, cost up to hundreds of dollars per unit and require the latest bleeding-edge expensive chip manufacturing technologies — analog chips are very different. A typical analog product design can have a shelf life of many years, and they are inexpensive, often selling for less than a dollar each. And because they are also easier to make, they have high profit margins.But there are downsides for this segment of late. Analog-chip companies have fac
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