Bloomberg by Amrith Ramkumar
Researchers have combed beaches and ocean floors looking for compounds that can be effective antibiotics, a process that's assumed greater urgency as untreatable superbugs appear more frequently. Now they’re target... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Phil Kuntz & Cecile Vannucci
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union was supposed to be “the gamble of the century,” in the words of David Cameron, then U.K. prime minister.
That may be true, but judging from the reaction ... view full article >>
Yahoo! by Sam Ro
Stock prices continue to climb to new all-time highs even as expectations for earnings come down. These two opposing forces have caused valuations — as measured by the price/earnings (P/E) ratio — to get almost unreasonably ... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Julie Verhage
U.S. stocks are hitting record highs and volatility is hitting new lows, but can it last?
According to Pravit Chintawongvanich, head derivatives strategist at Macro Risk Advisors, traders should look at more than ju... view full article >>
Reuters by Barani Krishnan
Oil prices rose 1 percent on Wednesday, lifting U.S. crude from two-month lows, after the U.S. government reported a ninth straight week of crude inventory draws, easing some concerns in a market worried about a fuel glut... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Patrick Clark
Home prices have hit record highs in some major U.S. metropolitan areas, and house-flippers are behaving like it’s 2005: It’s no wonder people are chattering about another housing bubble.
But residential real est... view full article >>