The Q3 looks like it might have been a tough one for the Energy sector, with earnings expected to fall double digits year-over-year, according to analysts.
New companies have been cropping up to support the budding cannabis industry. From hydroponic, heat lamp, and greenhouse firms to packagers and distributors, ancillary industries up and down the cannabis supply chain are building this industry.
Energy company earnings are still expected to fall in Q2, but far less than they did in
a very rough Q1.
July seemed to be a repeat of past months where market focus shifted between geopolitical headlines and corporate and economic data. Could this continue in August? Learn about upcoming market events and what to watch for in the coming month.
Self-driving cars could be here soon as many companies work on developing autonomous technology. Experts think some of these industries could be impacted.
Some companies are developing powerful batteries that can store renewable energy and reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
Will history repeat if a Republican candidate wins the White House—boosting profit potential for the energy, financial, and defense sectors?
History shows that Democrats have been kind to stocks. Surprised? Find out which stock sectors stand to improve under a Democratic president.
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