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Copper is Dropping Like a Boulder in Water
Copper prices are now hovering near a two-month low after a 3.6% nosedive on Tuesday. Pin most of the blame on fears of a sharp economic slowdown in the Chinese economy in the first quarter of 2018. Those fears were fueled by two tepid reads on Chinese manufacturing last week. No shocker that copper stocks have basically cratered over the last five sessions:
TheStreet Takes Over Los Angeles
TheStreet‘s Kinsey Grant is doing some serious coverage at this year’s LD Micro conference in Los Angeles this week. If you ever wanted to know anything about what could become a future large cap company, look no further than this conference that features a variety of up and comers in emerging fields.
Here are several of our exclusive interviews from the conference. Bonus video above of Grant interviewing TheStreet‘s CEO David Callaway at the event.
UPS Feels the Impact of E-Commerce
UPS (UPS) said Tuesday that package deliveries will be delayed through the middle of this week thanks to an influx of e-Commerce orders. The hiccup is on the disappointing side following a year of investments by UPS in upgrading capacity to handle bigger peaks in demand.
One investing thought off this news: buy more of Amazon’s (AMZN) stock.
Walmart Rocking…Meal Kits?
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