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Disney To Aid in Hurricane Michael Relief Efforts

Dow 30 Component, The Walt Disney Company (DIS),  and its subsidiaries is a diversified worldwide entertainment company that operates in four business segments: Studio Entertainment, Media Networks, Parks and Resorts, and Consumer Products & Interactive Media. The Walt Disney Company will donate $1 million to...

Trilateral NAFTA Trade Deal Reached

A trade deal has been agreed upon by both the United States and Canada that will save the North American Free Trade Agreement. The developments of the deal have been approved by President Trump and it is expected that the agreement will be announced Saturday...

Walmart Expanding Latin American Footprint With Cornershop Acquisition

Wal-mart Stores, Inc. (WMT)  is a worldwide retailer that operates in various formats.  The three segments of the company include Wal-mart U.S., Wal-mart International, and Sam’s Club.  The company is comprised of discount stores, supermarkets, supercenters, hypermarkets, warehouse clubs, cash and carry stores, home improvement...

“It’s Gettin’ Rocky!” Vista Partners Weekly Market Update 8-18-18

Vista Partners has published “It’s Gettin’ Rocky!” Vista Partners Weekly Market Update 8-18-18 and is accessible on our Newsletters Page. Each issue is written by the Managing Director, John Heerdink and speaks to the activities of the market, influencers and specific featured stories from Vista’s Coverage Universe that...

Caterpillar Beats Earnings Estimates as Sales & Revenues Increase 24% YOY

Dow 30 Component Caterpillar, Inc. (CAT) is the world’s chief manufacturer of diesel and natural gas engines, construction and mining equipment, industrial gas turbines, and diesel-electric locomotives. Caterpillar, Inc. also works to make sustainable progress possible and contributes to driving positive change on every continent....

World Cup Ratings Rebounding

A week into the first round of the group stage of the 2018 World Cup, ratings in the US were down 44% in comparison the first round in 2014. Bloomberg even wrote that “World Cup ratings are a complete nightmare for Fox and Comcast.” Fortunately,...