Europe’s Magnificent 7 Has A Delicious Name, Strong Dividends, and A Good Value: Should You Buy?

America might have FAANGs, but Europe serves up something even more satisfying — GRANOLAS. But we’re not talking about the fiber-rich snack; we’re talking about 11 stocks that have become an essential part of Europe’s investing diet. What’s in the mix? GRANOLAS is a basket of Europe’s most valuable stocks, mainly from the pharmaceutical and…

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India’s Meteoric Climb Continues As Stock Market Surpasses Hong Kong To Become Fourth-Largest Worldwide

The Chinese Century risks becoming the Indian Century if the PRC doesn’t play its cards right. While China is considering a $278B package to revive its ailing stock market, its next-door neighbor leaped past Hong Kong to become the fourth-largest stock market in the world. At a value of $4.33T, India’s National Stock Exchange (NSE)…

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Russia-Ukraine updates: S&P 500 in correction territory

Who’s going to regret their decision the most? Countries implementing sanctions, Russia beginning their “invasion” or investors buying the dip… Russia-Ukraine tensions has officially sent the S&P 500 into a correction — falling 10% from Jan. 3 — the first correction COVID. Well that escalated quickly… Yesterday, Biden called Russia’s deployment of troops into two…

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Ukraine-Russia tensions adds additional market risk

What’s a potential war on top of the already fragile market? While investors were distracted by the rising rates, another market risk has been developing… In the past few months, an estimated 100,000 Russian troops have gathered by the Russian-Ukraine border, prompting fears of a possible invasion of Ukraine — once a valuable and strategic…

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Chinese stocks see volatility over delisting risk

Didi learned the hard way — don’t go against China. Last Friday, the Uber of China — Didi (NYSE:DIDI) — announced plans to delist from the NYSE — months after going public. The move sent Didi down 14% since last Friday — and down 52% since its IPO. China always gets what it wants Right…

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