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MORGAN STANLEY: These 19 stocks could get cut in half – or worse

Morgan Stanley has released the stocks its analysts think could lose more than half their value in the next 12-18 months. These “secularly challenged stocks,” as the bank calls its Wednesday report, are quite diverse, but a major portion of the list are retail chains. The industries Morgan Stanley analysts are most bearish on span from mall-based clothing stores like ... Read More »

64 Percent of Small Businesses Can’t Track Printer Usage or Costs — And They Really Should!

Almost two thirds, or 64 percent, of small businesses can’t track how much their print devices cost them nor can they track their usage. And if you are not able to track these basic stats in your business, you will not know how much is being wasted. The How to Optimize Your IT Budget With Smarter Document Management (PDF) report and The State ... Read More »

Factors of professional writing in essays or papers

In any school or college course, every student needs to write various essays, assignments and research papers. These essays are very important part of course to add some more points in your grades. If you are able to write these essays and assignments in professional way, you can easily add some more grade marks in your finals. Most of the ... Read More »

Deutsche Bank’s staff pay stays high, come rain or shine

Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) has continued to pay staff roughly the same amount as it did a decade ago, despite the financial crisis and a collapse in profits, according to a Reuters analysis of its financial reports. Germany’s biggest bank paid its staff more than 13 billion euros (11 billion pound) in total last year, including benefits and bonuses, despite making ... Read More »

‘Brump’ or ‘Trexit’? Markets may conflate year’s biggest risks

Even though market myopia is often used to explain why investors appear to be ignoring November’s U.S. presidential election while trading furiously around this month’s vote on Britain leaving the EU, the two events may end up being conflated. Fund managers and economists, including Harvard professor and Democrat grandee Lawrence Summers, puzzle endlessly as to why UK and European markets ... Read More »