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Jefferies Financial Group Inc. (JEF): $46.47

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The 7 Highest-Yielding Dividend Gems in Warren Buffet’s Crown

Warren Buffett doesn’t hide the fact he loves dividends.

Rich Duprey on InvestorPlace | December 27, 2023

Consumer Kings 2024: The 3 Best Large Retail Stocks to Buy Now

With retailers benefiting from higher margins, the strong economy and a shift towards goods, these retail stocks are at the top.

Larry Ramer on InvestorPlace | December 25, 2023

3 Clean Energy Stocks to Power Your Portfolio in 2024

Clean energy stocks for 2024 are positioned for growth, with leading firms signaling intent as lending costs become more favorable.

Alex Sirois on InvestorPlace | December 22, 2023

Why These 3 Stocks Should Be on Your Radar in 2024

Uncover the top three stocks to watch in 2024, each poised for significant growth due to unique market advantages.

Shane Neagle on InvestorPlace | December 21, 2023

Jefferies sees rising investment banking fee prospects in India after bumper 2023

Jefferies Financial Group expects investment banking fees in India to rise in the next couple of years as the number of deals grows, its country head said, bolstering the prospects for the U.S. bank in a country where its market share surged in 2023. Global investment banks are increasingly targeting India to generate revenues in Asia as dealmaking activities in China, which has long been an engine of growth for them, slow sharply due to an economic downturn and regulatory uncertainties. Making money in the South Asian nation, however, has long been a challenge for Western investment banks because most deal sizes tend to be smaller and advisory fees for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and capital raisings much lower than in most other large markets.

Yahoo | December 21, 2023

Jefferies' Muni Boss Built a Powerhouse While Others Scaled Back

(Bloomberg) -- In a year when banks across Wall Street scaled back their ambitions in municipal finance, Kym Arnone has Jefferies Financial Group Inc. on track for its best year in the business.Most Read from BloombergApple Races to Tweak Software Ahead of Looming US Watch BanTrump Barred From Colorado Ballot in Unprecedented RulingApple to Halt US Sales of Smartwatches After Patent LossThe Hedge Fund Traders Dominating a Massive Bet on BondsWhat If Putin Wins? US Allies Fear Defeat as Ukraine A

Yahoo | December 19, 2023

RPT-HEDGE FLOW-Hedge funds' bearish bets get crushed in post-Fed meeting rally

Global equities long/short hedge funds' bets against U.S. stocks got squeezed in the last two days after U.S. bond yields slid, two investment banks said in notes that were sent to hedge fund clients and obtained by Reuters. Both Goldman Sachs and Jefferies said long/short hedge funds, which take positions betting stocks will rise and fall, got hit hard after Fed Chair Jerome Powell on Wednesday indicated that the U.S. central bank's historic tightening of monetary policy was likely over. That remark, made in a press conference after the end of a two-day Fed policy meeting, sparked a rally in stocks, with the S&P 500 index up 1.6% over the past two days.

Yahoo | December 18, 2023

REFILE-HEDGE FLOW-Hedge funds' bearish bets get crushed in post-Fed meeting rally

Global equities long/short hedge funds' bets against U.S. stocks got squeezed in the last two days after U.S. bond yields slid, two investment banks said in notes that were sent to hedge fund clients and obtained by Reuters. Both Goldman Sachs and Jefferies said long/short hedge funds, which take positions betting stocks will rise and fall, got hit hard after Fed Chair Jerome Powell on Wednesday indicated that the U.S. central bank's historic tightening of monetary policy was likely over. The yield on U.S. 10-year Treasury notes was little changed at 3.8998% on Friday, after sinking to its lowest level since July on the Fed's dovish pivot.

Yahoo | December 15, 2023

3 Housing Stocks That Are About to Get Absolutely Crushed

These housing stocks to sell are overvalued and set for a correction.

Steve Booyens on InvestorPlace | December 13, 2023

3 Energy Stocks I Wouldn’t Touch With a 10-Foot Pole

These energy stocks to sell are overvalued amid waning consumer sentiment and a questionable valuation outlook.

Steve Booyens on InvestorPlace | December 11, 2023


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