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new Chinese investor in Greenland uranium+rare earth project

Chinese rare earth miner Shenghe Resources (盛和资源) has agreed to buy a 12.51% stake in ASX-traded Greenland Minerals and Energy (GME), the company behind the Kvanefjeld (Kuannersuit) uranium+REE project in Greenland. 426 more words

4 Stocks to Buy Now With Upside Potential That All Yield 5% or More

It has become difficult to find solid dividend-paying stocks, and with the Federal Reserve unlikely to raise rates next week, it is looking like it will be December before they finally lift rates another one-quarter of 1%, or 25 basis points. 847 more words


The Market Is Pricey, but These 4 Dividend Stocks Are Still Dirt Cheap

Any way you look at the metrics, the stock market is very pricey on a historical basis. While not every sector is, the S&P 500 as a whole is, driven by huge premiums in utilities, telecoms and consumer staples. 937 more words


Why GameStop Earnings Didn't Live Up to Expectations

GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) reported its most recent earnings results after the markets closed on Thursday. The company watched its shares sink early on Friday following a weaker-than-expected report. 357 more words


What to Expect From GameStop Earnings

GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) is scheduled to report its fiscal second-quarter financial results after the markets close on Thursday. This quarter will help set a direction for the company going into the fall and holiday season, when some of the biggest games of the year will be released. 344 more words


Top 10 Earnings to Watch This Week

Even as the broad markets reach new highs, we are seeing more companies report their quarterly earnings and add more fuel to the fire. 24/7 Wall St. 544 more words


3 Top Retail Stocks to Buy That Pay Dividends of Almost 5% and More

One of the things that has troubled some of the Wall Street minds is a slower than expected pickup in retail sales. After all, the huge plunge in gasoline prices was supposed to put lots of extra spending cash into the pockets of consumers, with which they were expected to immediately shop. 688 more words