People exposed to fake news during the already uncertain COVID-19 era are simultaneously compelled to treat themselves and to try to save money, according to new research from CU Boulder and the University of New Hampshire.
The findings are published in an upcoming edition of the Journal of the Association for Consumer Research.
Participants exposed to fake news said they felt more uncertainty about their lives. The researchers found this effect was compounded by the pandemic. It even occurred when researchers reminded participants that fake news exists.
The researchers then asked participants a series of questions about making hypothetical choices between premium or cost-effective food and grocery products.
“The finding that surprised us is that this uncertainty can cause people to feel a joint desire to save their money for a murky future and also to spend a little bit to make themselves feel better about
It’s been a tough year for International Consolidated Airlines Group (LSE: IAG). Being part of the aviation industry, it has seen consumer demand fall through the floor since the end of Q1. Even with some national lockdown restrictions lifted, reports show that demand for air travel is nowhere near where it needs to be for airlines to be optimistic. As a result, the IAG share price sits below 100p, having started the year above 250p.
In the latest development, the boss of British Airways (owned by IAG) is leaving with immediate effect. Alex Cruz’s departure follows Willie Walsh announcing he’s stepping down as head of the group shortly. The IAG share price has been choppy in the aftermath of the Cruz news, with it closing down 4% yesterday.
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In a perfect world, the share price of a firm would reflect all public and private information
Dividend income can be a great way to boost your portfolio’s value over the long term. Amid a recession, it can also be valuable source of cash flow at a time when returns may not be so strong. And in good times, it can pad your total returns.
Amgen (NASDAQ: AMGN) and Kroger (NYSE: KR) are two companies with shares currently selling at fair prices and that pay better than the 2% yield you can expect from the average S&P 500 stock. Let’s take a closer look at why investors should consider scooping up their shares today.
Cineworld Group (LSE: CINE) has suffered more than most companies in the FTSE 250 since the Covid-19 crisis hit. The Cineworld share price has lost 87% of its value since the start of the year, while the index itself is down only 18%.
The company’s plight has been brought to our attention again since the second wave of Covid-19 infections has been sweeping across the UK. This time, all of the UK’s Cineworld cinemas were closed in early October. But Cineworld is one of the world’s largest cinema operators. And late last year it was all set to buy out Canadian rival Cineplex in a $1.3bn deal. So there must be a recovery investment opportunity here, mustn’t there? Well, if you see
Headquartered in Buffalo, New York, M&T Bank Corporation (MTB) is a $140 billion asset holding company and parent to M&T Bank. MTB has offices located throughout the Northeastern United States. Specifically, the bank has 785 branches located in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and a few other states.
While MTB is more of your classical “loans and deposits” type community banks, relative to super regional peers, it does have a strong wealth management presence associated with its Wilmington Trust business. While most other banks focus on growth first, I believe MTB is more focused on sound credit quality above all else. As one can see from the charts below (under “Credit Analysis”), the bank did quite well during the last recession in terms of credit pain.
As one can see from the valuation chart below, the current valuation (in terms of Price to Tangible
Cross-related business trends of one company often help other companies in their food chain. This definitely can be true in the world of retail and apparel, particularly in an age in which the retail apocalypse seems to have been sped up by years thanks to COVID-19.
According to BofA Securities, Foot Locker Inc. (NYSE: FL) should see its recovery continue. The firm raised its rating in a two-notch upgrade to Buy from Underperform and it lifted its price objective to $50 from $20. If the firm’s Robert F. Ohmes and Alexander Perry are correct, then Foot Locker just went from having over 40% potential downside to having almost 35% in potential total return upside, if its dividend is included.
Razer controllers are some of the best in the non-official business. They offer their own superb range of extras and features and can offer greater versatility as a result. And the good news is that if you’ve been after one of Razer’s Xbox controllers – then the Amazon Prime Day gaming deals are here to help you out!
The headline of the day is Razer Wolverine Ultimate pro controller for Xbox One. It’s been heavily reduced, dropping from $160 to $119.99. That’s a steal for the best third-party controller on the system. It offers extra buttons and interchangeable thumbsticks/d-pads so you can make it as responsive as possible, giving you an advantage in the likes of Call of Duty: Warzone.
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Connecticut is ranked the ninth-most expensive state for car insurance, according to the Insurance Information Institute, with the average driver spending about $1,168.33 per year on premiums.
Connecticut drivers have a big opportunity to save if they’re willing to shop around. Auto insurance costs can vary widely from person to person, and there are many factors that go into them.
Things like your age, gender, and your credit score can all influence your premium, or the amount you’ll pay for coverage. Each company uses a different formula to consider these factors into your price, so you’ll want to get a few different quotes to see which company offers you the
Taking newly-released economic data into consideration, a team of Morgan Stanley equity strategists reiterated their belief that a V-shaped economic recovery is underway.
They explained why Phase III vaccine data in November could be the catalyst for the recovery to gain further momentum and drive the reopening ahead.
The team used quantitative screening and leveraged analyst research to identify 44 stocks across industries that are poised to surge as the economic rebound and reopening take off.
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Seven months into the coronavirus pandemic, questions still remain around whether the economy is still headed for a V-shaped recovery.
Morgan Stanley’s equity strategy team think it’s a firm “yes.”
Newly released economic data including expanding global purchasing-manager indexes, rising retail sales in the US and Europe, increasing global trade volume, and decreasing inventory levels are all pointing to an ongoing economic rebound, Morgan Stanley said in
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ERIE, Pa., Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Whether shopping for electronics, furniture or a new car, we all love getting the most bang for our buck – and insurance companies know drivers are looking for bargains when it comes to their car insurance. That’s why many insurers advertise low monthly rates to convince customers they’re getting a great deal. But in the event of an accident, that super-cheap auto insurance might leave you stuck paying out of pocket for car repairs or medical bills.
Erie Insurance helps sort it out with a four ways cheap auto policies often fall short, and nine ways to save on your premium without compromising your coverage.
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