Day: September 1, 2021

Wall Street scales new heights, powered by tech stocks

Published by Reuters By Shashank Nayar and David French (Reuters) – Wall Street’s main indexes marched on, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hitting record highs on Wednesday, as fresh technology stock buying combined with hopes the Federal Reserve would keep the stimulus taps open after weaker-than-expected private payrolls data. Technology stocks, which tend to

Read More »

PSEi tumbles on last-minute selling

Published by Philippine Star Iris Gonzales – The Philippine Star September 2, 2021 | 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — Local stocks took back its gains the previous day as investor sentiment – still reeling from virus jitters – was further weighed down by weak manufacturing data. The 30-company Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) yesterday erased Tuesday’s

Read More »

A Renegade Concert Pooper Is on the Loose in California

Published by Loudwire We repeat — a renegade concert pooper is on the loose in California. As reported by dozens of fans, a phantom of the night emptied their bowels in the pit at a Turnstile show in Santa Cruz, resulting in doo doo being smeared onto the very stage the hardcore band was performing

Read More »

EU says will not rush into recognising the Taliban

Published by Reuters BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union will need to engage with the Taliban but it will not rush into formally recognising the Islamist militant group as the new rulers of Afghanistan, a senior European Union official said on Wednesday. Gunnar Wiegand, the European Commission’s managing director for Asia and the Pacific, said

Read More »

Is It Possible to Hit the Impossible Sales Numbers?

No matter what you’re selling – a product to a customer, an idea to an investor, or even yourself in a job interview – in it’s simplest form, there are only a few key metrics that matter: The number of contacts that you make (suspects). The percentage of suspects who you engage with (prospects). The

Read More »