IBM options traders bullish on earnings

After International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) announced that it had beaten its second quarter earnings estimate, options traders are taking action that imply they believe the stock price will rise over time. ‘to come up. This may come as a surprise given that IBM’s stock price rose less than 1% …

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A hot fitness trend among Olympians: restriction of blood flow

“It’s a good supplement to training; that’s not all your training, ”Arent said. “It provides a physiological stimulus while other things can be limited.” Sato said he accidentally discovered the benefits of restricting blood flow over 50 years ago, during a Buddhist ceremony at a Japanese temple that required him …

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Whitmer veto Republican plan to end additional $ 300 in unemployment

Unemployed Michiganders may continue to receive up to $ 662 per week in unemployment benefits, as Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vetoed a Republican bill that sought to remove the additional $ 300 in weekly funding put in place by the federal government. The $ 300 boost ends the week of September …

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What is a normal diet? – stack

Traditional families are used to enjoying a hearty breakfast, lunch (at noon) and dinner (in the evening). And when women entered the workforce, eating habits changed and we started eating lighter breakfasts and lunches, with larger family-oriented dinners. Fast forward to 2021, youth sports and the hustle and bustle of …

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Questions arise about the alleged mismanagement of Hampton Co.’s CPST funds.

Conventional wisdom could assure you that if a banker says your pennies don’t add up, then they probably don’t add up. Two citizens – including a longtime banker who most would consider an expert on financial matters – have publicly questioned how sales tax funds for Hampton County’s local options …

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La bella closes because of the staff, Serafini is still closed

There is a disturbing trend in the restaurant scene that hasn’t ceased to amaze me yet. Restaurants are closing because they are too busy and cannot hire enough staff. We heard it last week with the temporary closure of the restaurant side of John Russell Brewing Co., 7520 Peach St. …

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As we gradually return to normal, we must stop the rampant Amazonization of our economy

WITH A shift from wholesale from brick and mortar retail to online shopping sped up by Covid-19, internet giants like Amazon have been among the big winners in the past 16 months. Although we are all stuck at home, some of us have been fortunate enough to have disposable income, …

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CompuGroup Medical SE KGaA (ETR: COP) returns on capital do not inspire confidence

If you’re not sure where to start when looking for the next multi-bagger, there are a few key trends you should watch out for. Among other things, we’ll want to see two things; first, a growth return on capital employed (ROCE) and on the other hand, an expansion of the …

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Everything you need to know to start trading on July 20

A sell-off in global equities continued in Asia early Tuesday as the spread of the delta coronavirus variant stirs concerns about the resilience of the economic recovery and strengthens safe-haven assets. Shares fell in Japan, Australia and South Korea, but declines were ordered. US contracts edged up after the S&P …

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