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Scott Colyer, CEO of Advisors Asset Management, said the negativity toward hard assets is exactly why investors should start legging into energy and mining stocks.
Investors may be too wrapped up in the slipping U.S. stock market to notice Puerto Rico’s troubles, but the Island’s problems are worsening.
The selloff in immunotherapy stocks is purely market-based and does not reflect the stunning advances in the cancer fighting space, said Dr. Andre Choulika, CEO of Cellectis S.A.
Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD) is fresh off serving up a solid second quarter for investors to chew on.
Kitco News - After Monday’s global market rout, it left many market participants scratching their heads in wonder as to why gold didn’t perform better.
Talk of a collapse in Chinese exports due to the country’s recent stock market troubles is a 'bit overblown,' said Stephen Fenwick, CEO Americas for DHL Express.
Companies that make or buy their goods from Chinese factories are getting a break due to the devaluation of the yuan.
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump will attract more support within his party, said real estate mogul Don Peebles.
Richard Branson is investing in a smart doorbell startup that once failed on TV’s ‘Shark Tank.'
Investing in the bond market might not be as safe as you think, especially as the Federal Reserve begins raising rates.
Warren Buffett may not own Apple’s (AAPL) stock, but the consumer technology giant is right up the famed investor’s alley, said Phil Ash, CEO of Baton Investing.
Kitco News -- Gold prices were slightly lower ahead of this week’s anticipated release of the minutes from the July Federal Open Market Committee meeting.
Low gas prices and a growing economy are filling hotel rooms at record rates, said Justin Knight, CEO of Apple Hospitality REIT.
All the talk about potentially higher interest rates ahead has the market bearing down on publicly traded REITs.
While the recovery in the energy sector might be a year away, Texas-based Cullen/Frost(CFR) continues to write new loans for energy companies.
Executives in the News
The weaker yuan helps U.S. consumer companies -- and consumers -- that get their goods from Chinese factories.
The beverage giant may have moved closer to announcing a successor to the well-regarded 62-year-old Muhtar Kent.
The department store retailer announced a deal to sell off some valuable property in Brooklyn, but the news was overshadowed by sluggish earnings.
The storied motorcycle maker's new CEO is making a big push to appeal to new customers amid widespread discounting in the industry that has hurt sales.
Burger King is hoping an extra spicy new item will help keep its strong sales momentum going.
The new Diet Pepsi is about to hit store shelves. And that could mean good news to PepsiCo's bottom line, much to the dismay of rival Coca-Cola.
Discount gym chain Planet Fitness is now a public company. CEO Chris Rondeau shares the secret to its success.
Amplify Brands, maker of the popular SkinnyPop popcorn, got a lukewarm reception to its IPO on Wednesday leaving CEO Thomas Ennis grasping for answers.
Merger and acquisition activity could heat up in the industry, says the CEO of Choice Hotels.
Newell Rubbermaid had more going in its favor in the second quarter than strong sales of food storage containers.
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