Month: July 2019

Advance Auto Parts Earnings Miss, Revenue Beats In Q3

The firm reported earnings per share of $1.73 on revenue of $2.33B. Analysts polled by anticipated EPS of $2.05 on revenue of $2.31B. That compared to EPS of $1.89 on revenue of $2.27B in the same period a year earlier. The company had reported EPS of $2 on revenue of $2.33B in the previous quarter.

Which Democratic Presidential Candidate Was Mentioned Most In The News Last Week?

After her breakout performance in the first Democratic primary debate, Sen. Kamala Harris got a big surge in both public support and media attention. But with the second debate now over, Harris has lost most of the support that she had gained in the polls and, according to last week’s data from the TV News Archive1 and Media Cloud,2 she has also started to slide out of the media spotlight. Harris was mentioned in about 9 percent of all cable news clips that mentioned any Democratic 2020 candidate last week across the three networks we monitor — CNN, Fox News and MSNBC — and she was mentioned in about 19 percent of online news stories that mentioned any candidate. That’s about half as big a share as she had in the previous week and similar to the amount she was being mentioned in the week before the first debate.

Ways to Profit From $17 Trillion of Negative-Yielding Debt

The most simple is to hope the price keeps going up, but there are a number of more sophisticated trading strategies. Most of these revolve around ensuring the cost of funding is even lower than that of the yields, for example, by using swap markets or currency forwards. In many cases, the shape of the curve is just as important as the outright yield level.