Intel is ahead of the game with its Q4 earnings report

Intel Q4 earning report

Intel was established by two unhappy engineers Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore in 1968. Who knew that quitting their jobs would make them successful? Intel today is earning more than $14 billion for its Q4 throughout the years. Below are the impressive numbers that can be found in Intel’s Q4 earnings. 2016 was a blossoming year for Intel, although just like any other prosperous companies, it faced some challenges. This includes Intel abandoning its Atom architecture by getting out…

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The U.S. economy standing the test of time

U.S Economy

The U.S. has the world’s biggest economy in titular terms. It represents 22% of nominal global GDP and 17% of the gross world product (GWP), making it the second largest national economy according to purchasing power parity (PPP). The U.S. dollar is scientifically proven to be the most used currency in international transactions. When it comes to oil and gas, U.S. is the third largest producer worldwide. The U.S. economy also dominates exchange in services; the overall amount is…

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Citigroup, A Major Banks in the U.S.


Citigroup Inc. An Overview Citigroup Inc. is one of the four major financial banks in the United States, although it is based in the United States, it is multinational known investment bank that offers financial services. As of 2015, it is the third largest bank holding company in the U.S. in terms of assets. It is the largest shareholder which includes funds from the Middle East and Singapore. Citigroup Inc. has sailed through rough seas, and the global financial…

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Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley is a financial services corporation in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. The company operates in 24 countries with 1300 offices and about 60,000 employees. Morgan Stanley isn’t the biggest investment firm in the industry even though it handles $2 trillion in client assets, but there is no denying that it is big. Founding and Fields of Interests It is not a coincidence that Morgan Stanley shares part with its name with JPMorgan Chase & Co. because the…

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Barclay’s Capital Resilience To End?

Barclay’s Capital is known for its success story of growth and retrenchment, may it be in commodities or in dominating the Asia, emerging markets and its own continental Europe. The 322-year old institution has gone through an evolution where it saw itself emerged as a top banking institution all over the world. Strong Statement Founded in 1985, under the name Barclays de Zoete Wedd, Barclay’s rose to existence as a response to the controversial Big Bang in the financial…

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Goldman Sachs

If there is one institution on top of the list of most powerful bank in the world, it is the Goldman Sachs. Over the years, despite its early struggles, the business development company has established a marquee name among investors as it became a reputable global institution in the field of financial services. So how is Goldman Sachs playing the game and how does it prove that the banking institution does not suck? Bringing in the A-Game One of…

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Riding on the Surge and Swing of the DAX 30

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Germany is the largest contributor in the European economy. With its ability to export the most complex products to manufacture and its unique style of government operation, the country has reached a status of being an economic powerhouse in the continent. Meanwhile, the DAX 30, a stock index in Germany, is therefore one of the strong indicators of the nation’s economy and an influential and important benchmark index that investors should watch. Darling of the Bull The DAX, shortened…

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Japan’s Benchmark Stock Average

Nikkei 225 is Japan’s most dependable stock average this is the leading and most trusted Index in Japan.  Nikkei 225 is composed of top blue-chip companies with stock that can be traded on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is the American counterpart of the Japanese Nikkei 225. Nikkei 225 History The Stock average was originally called the Nikkei Dow Jones Average from 1975 to 1985, and is known as the “Nihon Keizai Shumbum” or the…

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