After a series of disasters at sea, the industry leaders look cheap and their economic prospects look good.
Despite central banks' continued easing policy and earnings from 3 of Europe's largest banks beating expectation, US markets are set for a tepid open.
The incredible string of high returns from this private equity and investment consulting firm has led to an eye-popping stream of income for shareholders.
The number of choices available to investors is in a long-term decline. Companies are getting bought out or delisted, and the IPO market remains shaky.
A mere 1% market share shift would affect share prices.
This recent IPO offers investors a new way to invest in the cruise industry.
LinkedIn is initiated with a 'buy,' and Nokia is upgraded to 'buy.'
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