Month: April 2021

In this article ENPH Solaray Director Jonathan Fisk moves a solar panel at the solar power installation company’s Sydney facility. Jason Reed | Reuters Shares of Enphase Energy dipped more than 14% on Wednesday after the company warned about the ongoing impacts of the chip shortage. For the first quarter the company, which makes microinverters
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Deliberations which began well before the beginning of Louisiana’s legislative session—which has the nation’s latest start date (April 12th)—have yielded a meaningful package of tax reform proposals. Legislators aim to lower the state’s individual and corporate income tax rates, begin phasing out the capital stock tax, and bring sales tax centralization across the finish line—all
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In this article SBUX Starbucks’ president and CEO Kevin Johnson speaks during a press conference in Shanghai on August 2, 2018. AFP | Getty Images Starbucks is expected to report its fiscal second-quarter earnings after the bell on Tuesday. Here’s what Wall Street analysts surveyed by Refinitiv are expecting: Earnings per share: 53 cents expected
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In this article GOOGL Sundar Pichai, chief executive officer of Google Inc. Bloomberg | Getty Images Alphabet is set to report first quarter earnings after the bell Tuesday. Here’s what Wall Street is expecting: Earnings: $15.82 per share, according to Refinitiv Revenue: $51.70 billion, according to Refinitiv Google Cloud revenue: $4.07 billion, according to FactSet estimates
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FatCamera Retirees concerned about inflation eroding the value of their money may want to consider hedging against the possibility. Treasury inflation-protected securities, or TIPS, could be an appropriate option.  Like typical Treasury bonds, TIPS are issued and backed by the U.S. government. However, they operate a bit differently. And depending on how you use them,
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BET founder Robert Johnson told CNBC on Tuesday he hopes corporate America will support efforts that boost Black Americans’ access to capital with the same vigor as many companies recently did around voting access. Johnson’s comments on “Squawk Box” came one day after the entrepreneur went public with a proposal that would give preferential tax
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