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Appalling Boeing Employee Messages Suggest 737 Max Was Doomed to Fail

Boeing released several internal messages with company employees expressing their unease with the 737 Max. They discussed the problems existing in the flight simulators used to train pilots on the new jetliner while attempting to avoid extensive regulatory scrutiny of the plane. One company pilot told their colleague in 2016:“This airplane is designed by clowns, who, in turn, are supervised by monkeys.”The company had already given the documents to lawmakers with the U.S. Federal Aviation...

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Could 2020 be the Year of FAAMNG Stocks?

2020 could quite easily be a great year for FAAMNG stocks if things continue the way they currently are. FAAMNG comprises Facebook (FB), Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN), Microsoft (MSFT), Netflix (NFLX), and Google’s parent company Alphabet (GOOG and GOOGL). These are the biggest tech and internet stocks in the world.FAAMNG Stocks in 2020A publication from The Arora Report shows the current money flow into these companies via their stocks. Dividing each stock into several data points, the table...

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Food Delivery Giant Grubhub Denies Running Selling Process

Recently, there appeared reports stating that American food delivery giant Grubhub is in talks with Walmart, Kroger, Albertsons, and Ahold-Delhaize. Some have rumored that the companies may acquire the leading food ordering and delivery company. The discussions around the news became even hotter after the comments of Brittain Ladd, ex-Amazon executive, and supply-chain consultant.Ladd said:“I have spoken with executives from each company (especially Walmart) and there is interest in acquiring...

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Apple Stock Keeps Growing amid Record App Store Sales

Shares of techno giant Apple Inc. jumped to another record high on Wednesday, and have doubled over the past year. The company’s report on its app store sales said that App Store sales reached $1.42 billion between Christmas Eve and New Year Eve.This represents a 16% increase from the same holiday-season period a year ago. Just on New Year’s Day, App Store customers spent a record of $386 million in just one day. That is 20% more than the case was last year.The App Store started with its work...

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U.S. Market Futures Begin Rise as Iran Tension Is Slowly Doused

Equity futures in the U.S. along with shares in European and Asian markets have begun to rise again. This is the desired response as some calm develops with the ongoing tensions between Iran and the U.S.President Donald Trump, in a speech delivered yesterday, suggested that the U.S. will be tuning down the conflict. Regardless of the somewhat repeated attacks at the U.S. embassy in Baghdad, the Trump administration seems to prefer calm to chaos.Conflict began days ago when the U.S. admitted...

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Tesla Outgrows Ford’s Record, Going to the Top

Tesla can definitely say that it began this year with a record being the highest U.S. automaker in history. The company’s recent stock rally pushed its market value to approximately $85 billion. Just on Tuesday’s close, it surpassed the $80.8 billion, the record previously set by Ford back in 1999.However, just for comparison, Ford had a market value of only $37 billion at the end of trading on the same day.Tesla’s shares continued to climb and traded up more than 4% on Wednesday and at the...

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Bitcoin, Oil and Gold Jump because of U.S.-Iran Tensions

Bitcoin hit its record yesterday coming to $8,400. However, the reasons for that are not as nice as it might seem. There is something to do with the current U.S.-Iran political tensions.Yesterday political situation came to its climax when the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps confirmed that it conducted rocket attacks on the Al Asad base in western Iraq that hosts American troops.Right immediately after this news was outlived, all “safe haven assets” jumped sky-high. But let’s go from the...

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Stock Market Crashes in the U.S., Analysts Predict Dow Jones Crisis

Many market participants were talking about the grand crash possible in the Q1 2020. And now it looks like the disaster is slowly entering the room.The stock market is crashing on Monday, opening with a 136 points drop. Apple and Microsoft were saving the situation at the end of the year, but the overall picture now is not so good. The trading issues between the U.S. and China, as well as the recent actions of President Donald Trump against Iran, seem to add uncertainty to both local and...

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Tesla Will Begin Delivering Made in China Model 3 on January 7

Tesla will begin deliveries for the company’s first-ever Tesla Model 3 vehicles produced in China. According to a Reuters report, a Tesla representative confirmed that the company will begin on Tuesday the 7th of January. Deliveries will happen during an event that will take place at the Tesla factory in Shanghai.For a while now, the company has been making specific efforts to bite a bigger share of the global auto market. Apart from this, Tesla’s move is a direct way to fend off the effects...

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Peter Schiff is Right in One Thing: Bitcoin Became Uncorrelated Asset

Even though we can say that Bitcoin was one of the assets that grew almost 100% this year, it seems that Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff doesn’t agree.In his tweet, Schiff pointed out that that Bitcoin is the only asset class that is not rallying at the moment.Bitcoin is not disappointing those who claim its true value is that it’s a non-correlated asset. Every asset class in the world is rallying into the end of the year except Bitcoin. Not sure what value this actually adds, but at...

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