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Shares of STORE Capital are up 8% this year, even as the S&P 500 and iShares US Real Estate ETF are down around 10%.
Investors seeking diversified international exposure with less volatility should consider adding the JPMorgan Diversified Return International Equity ETF to their holdings.
The drop in oil prices has the United States worried about the state of both the Texas economy and its banks.
Consumers need to be taken on 'digital journeys', and brands that can successfully take them on these trips across the internet will win in the long run.
Robust online spending during the holidays helped shipping giant United Parcel Service deliver better than expected quarterly results on Tuesday.
Almost 88% of life insurance policies go unused or are surrendered and that could make cashing out of your policy the smartest move ever.
Investors are only a month into a brand new year, yet already many are worn out from the market’s mayhem.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says he's disappointed his charitable trust portfolio, Action Alerts PLUS, didn't buy shares of Microsoft sooner and would tell investors to buy now.
The World Health Organization said Thursday that the Zika virus is ‘spreading explosively’ in the Americas and that there is a high level of concern and uncertainty about the virus.
Ford Motor’s stock continues to move in reverse even after the automaker reported record pretax profit for 2015.
The collapse in oil prices may be crushing energy companies, but it has been a boon for the refined product tanker space.
It’s not easy being in the mining business these days, as jittery investors have sold shares of commodity-related companies.
The highway bill signed last month by President Obama will do more than repair the nation’s crumbling bridges and tunnels.
As world leaders and top business minds convene in Davos, Switzerland for the annual World Economic Forum, the outlook for the global economy remains uncertain.
KITCO NEWS - Gold prices are moderately lower in early U.S. trading Tuesday, on some profit taking amid an increase in risk appetite among traders and investors early this week.
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Royal Caribbean shares were hit hard amid a softer-than-expected earnings outlook for the first quarter and full year. Higher interest rates will shave 6 cents a share from 2016 earnings.
Harley-Davidson showed signs of being on the comeback trail with better-than-expected fourth quarter earnings and a stabilization in its market share numbers. Still, some challenges lay ahead.
The popular chicken-and-biscuit chain's stock has plunged 43% since going public as it faces competition from McDonald's and other fast food heavyweights.
The entertainment giant is revamping and reinvesting in its Disney Store network to capitalize on its Star Wars and Marvel properties.
With stock markets in turmoil, fears of a recession have begun to creep into the minds of some investors.
Denny's continues to notch solid sales in what has become a very competitive full service restaurant industry.
The big pizza chain continues to notch impressive sales growth around the world and has big plans to keep the momentum going.
The Brazilian steakhouse chain has seen its stock plunge since its IPO last year despite some positive trends in the U.S.
Some popular packaged foods will likely have different looks and tastes in 2016 as the industry moves to use more natural ingredients.
General Mills had a challenging quarter in its cereal business, but its executives see reasons to be optimistic.
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