As DoItInvest.com has noted more times previously, any recession has winners and lossers. Especially the US recession, where the share markets are so developed that it is very tempting to take advantage of the market conditions to boost your share price.Read More »Fast food giants rising prices
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The dollar rose to a one-month high against the euro as the pace of job erosion in the U.S. slowed while a decline in German retail sales indicated economic weakness is spreading to other developed countries.Read More »Currency update – US dollar improving on the good economic news released this week
Watching the indices of today there is a strong impression (I think not only from doitinvest.com) that shares are going down and never stopping. It should be so in a sea of bad economic news and recession warnings.Read More »Shares investing update – everything tumbles
Low-cost airlines soared this decade with cheap fares and helped push several traditional U.S. carriers into bankruptcy, but their struggles and failures now are providing little relief for troubled bigger rivals. But as it happens in the recessions with most of the cost-lead companies, the airlines who compete based on low fares are the first to feel the blade of the cost increases.Read More »Airline industry watchlist (2)
It is well known that the airline industry, especially in the US, is one of the lowest performing of all times. Despite the government protection granted to virtually all the national airlines and despite all the non- market advantages they have, the airline companies have undeperformed systematically the markets.Read More »Watchlist – the airline industry mergers
Fears that the recession-hit U.S. consumers will decrease the third-quarter earnings for makers of MP3 players, cell phones and other gadgets, pummeled the stocks of consumer electronics companies like Apple Inc and SanDisk Corp on Tuesday, a day after they issued grim forecasts. This is relatively normal in a tightening economy, where the consumers give up first to the luxury and the technology goods when their revenues get tighter.Read More »Gadget producers under shrinkage