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$ENPL #En + Group International Public Joint-Stock Company En+ Group: 1 director maiden bought: A director at En+ Group maiden bought 5,000 shares at 6.990USD and the significance rating of the trade was 53/100. Is that information… #equity  #stocks 

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Raytheon Technologies shares began trading after Raytheon and United Technologies merged. The stock of Carrier and Otis, units spun off by United Technologies, also began changing hands

Veteran Asia fund manager Hugh Young would be buying more shares after heavy falls in stock markets reeling from the coronavirus crisis, if only he had the cash. Read more @FundFanatic 

Stock Market Update: Stocks fade gains; Tesla shares rise: The S&P 500 has returned to the red with a 0.6% decline. Even the energy sector... BRIEFINGcom

2 FTSE 100 shares I’d buy with £2k in this stock market crash

After MSCI deferred the decision to rejig India’s weightage in its global indices, NSDL and Central Depository Services Ltd on Friday revised the Foreign Portfolio Investment limits for all listed shares on the stock exchanges.

Stock Alert: I-Mab Shares Up 6% In Pre-Market: Shares of I-Mab (IMAB) are rising over 6% in pre-market today, after the company announced that the U.S. FDA has cleared the company's Investigational New Drug application or IND to initiate clinical… RTT

Stock Alert: Capricor Therapeutics Stock Up 26% In Pre-Market: Shares of Capricor Therapeutics Inc. (CAPR) are soaring over 26% in pre-market today, after the company announced it is providing CAP-1002, its novel cell therapy to patients with… RTT

$SGLB: Sigma Labs Announces Pricing of $1.5 Million Offering of Common Stock and Warrants.. 493,027 registered shares of common stock (or common stock equivalents) at a price of $2.91 per share

Stock Alert: Fate Therapeutics Stock Up 21% In Pre-Market: Shares of Fate Therapeutics Inc. (FATE) are rising over 21% in pre-market today. The stock has been trading in the range of $12.59 - $32.39 for the past one year, and closed Thursday's trade… RTT

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Remember, the richest 1% of Americans owns roughly half of the value of all shares of stock. When bankers and corporate execs demand Americans go back to work during this pandemic, it's to protect their profits, not the economy.

As a former secretary of labor, I can tell you that the airlines don't deserve a $50 billion bailout. In the last 10 years, they spent 96% of their cash flow to buy back shares of their own stock in order to boost executive bonuses. They shouldn't see a dime of taxpayer money.

The biggest U.S. airlines spent 96% of free cash flow over the last decade to buy back shares of their own stock in order to boost executive bonuses and please wealthy investors. Now, taxpayers are bailing them out to the tune of $50 billion. It's the same old story.

The biggest U.S. airlines spent 96% of free cash flow over the last decade to buy back shares of their own stock in order to boost executive bonuses and please wealthy investors. Now, they expect taxpayers to bail them out to the tune of $50 billion. It's the same old story.

The richest 1 percent of Americans now own 56 percent of all shares of stock. The richest 10 percent own 90 percent of all shares of stock. The bottom half of America owns less than 1 percent. Think about that when Trump crows about the stock market.

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NO justification for bailouts or subsidies to corporations. They can get low-interest loans or reorganize their debts in bankruptcy. They got $1 trillion+ from Trump's tax cut & used it to buy back their shares of stock. No more corporate welfare. Help people, not corporations.

Air India should be listed for its 49% shares in the Stock Exchange like ONGC. No question of selling

As tax day approaches, 60 big US companies report zero federal taxes for 2018, thanks to Trump tax cut. Tax savings went to buying back own shares of stock -- boosting stock prices and creating windfall for top executives and richest 10 percent, who own 84 percent of stock.

You know what gives the stock market a sugar high? Cutting taxes on corporations & corporations using the savings to buy back their shares. You know who benefits? Just corporations. The typical American household remains poorer today than it was before the 2008 financial crash.

So let me get this straight: Lowe's execs have $5B laying around to buy back shares of their own stock, but can't afford severance pay for thousands of laid-off workers?

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