By LNG World News The world's largest bunker supply vessel for liquefied natural gas (LNG) Kairos has received the first LNG bunker license in the Port of Rostock. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News.
Expect the growth to continue as well as the aggressive expansion into areas like AI (Artificial Intelligence): It's been a banner year for the RPA (Robotic Process Automation) software market. The fundings have definitely been eye-catching. In April, UiPath announced a Series D round for $568 million, led by Coatue, for a valuation of $7 billion. Then last month there was Automation Anywhere, which raised $290 million in a Series B round led by Salesforce Ventures for a valuation of $6.8 billion. So why all the interest?
Uber's co-founder and former CEO Travis Kalanick continues to cash out his stake in the ride-hailing company, selling off close to $166 million worth of shares this week. The ousted chief executive has sold off a little more than $2 billion worth of Uber stock since the company's post-IPO lockup period in early November, an act that has rapidly liquidated his stake in the company. Kalanick holds a little more than 21 million shares in the company as of December 13th, which is less than a quarter of his original stake in the company.
A shareholder of Xerox Holdings Corp has sued activist investor Carl Icahn alleging that he bought HP Inc shares with the knowledge that the printer maker was considering buying the stock at a premium, Bloomberg reported on Friday.
The limited trade agreement that Washington and Beijing announced means Americans will avoid a holiday tax increase on imported toys, clothing and smartphones.
The community questions whether the attack reflects underlying ethnic tensions. : JERSEY CITY -- The JC Kosher Supermarket sits on a block that appears the portrait of the American cultural melting pot. Across the street is a Catholic parish. A few storefronts away in one direction is an African hair braiding salon, in the other a mosque. The entire block rests a few miles from Ellis Island, settled in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty.
Last year's fourth quarter was a rough one for investors and many hedge funds, which were naturally unable to overcome the big dip in the broad market, as the S&P 500 fell by about 4.8% during 2018 and average hedge fund losing about 1%. The Russell 2000, composed of smaller companies, performed even worse, trailing [...]
This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. To order presentation-ready copies for distribution to your colleagues, clients or customers visit http://www.djreprints.com. To the Editor: Small-cap stocks have underperformed this year because many individual investors have been liquidating stocks and mutual funds ("Small-Caps Break Out," Cover Story, Dec. 6). Pension funds and other large investors have focused on S&P 500 index companies. The Russell 2000 index "broke out" this week when the weekly average inflows into equity funds rose to $2.9 billion for the first time in months.
But demand for lithium and cobalt is set to improve next year. : In its latest global industry overview, Fitch analysts maintain a bearish outlook on metal prices as trade tensions and a weak demand outlook remain "firmly in place." Fitch says among key themes for 2020 are ongoing macroeconomic risks and weak demand, which will keep prices suppressed over the year. The firm forecasts prices for most metals to weaken, as macro risks feed into poor sentiment for commodities.