Global Gardening Tools Market Insights & Trends by (2021-2031) | Stanley Black & Decker, Fiskars Group, Q.E.P. Co. Inc.
The Gardening Tools Market report is the reliable source for obtaining the market study which will rapidly expand your business. A separate analysis of prevailing trends within the parent market and rules and mandates is enclosed underneath the ambit of the study. So, the report comes the attractiveness of every major section over the forecast amount.Read Full StoryMarket TrendsMarket ResearchMarket CompetitionMarketsMarket AnalysisDevelopment Tools| Stanley Black & DeckerFiskars GroupQ.E.P. Co. . Inc.Exporters AssociationHusqvarna GroupFELCO S.A.The Ames Companies Inc.KGCobraHead LLC
Roker Roundup: Could SAFC fan favourite Luke O’Nien have an international future with Singapore?
Luke O’Nien has been in excellent form this season, regardless of which position he has played in and that form may result in international recognition in the future. The Football Association of Singapore [FAS] have launched an initiative called Unleash The Roar recently, with the aim of the Singapore national team qualifying for the 2034 World Cup.Read Full StorySafcRoker RoundupSingapore Premier LeagueSoccerInternational FootballWorld FootballSAFCWolverhampton WanderersMatlock TownCambridge United CEOPFACambridge NewsAccrington StanleyMatlock MercuryEFLLuke O'nienPerry NgR. Sasikumar
Coronavirus news – live: Boris Johnson vaccine ‘greed’ comments show ‘warped understanding of crisis’
Boris Johnson has been heavily criticised after claiming “capitalism” and “greed” were the reasons behind the UK’s successful vaccination campaign. The prime minister’s remarks, first reported by The Sun newspaper, were said to reveal “just how warped his understanding of this crisis is” by Nick Dearden, director of the group Global Justice Now. It comes as Mr Johnson prepared to be grilled by senior MPs over his handling of the pandemic. The prime minister admitted the events of the last year would live with him for the rest of his life. Read more: Controversy over new AstraZeneca trial data raises more unwanted vaccine questions Boris Johnson faces barrage of criticism for claiming ‘greed’ is behind Covid vaccine success ‘Stanley Johnson loophole’ allows overseas travel to look after second home Britain and the EU must compromise on vaccines to beat coronavirus Lockdown roadmap dates: Which rules change on 29 March? Coronavirus VaccineVaccinesPublic HealthUkGlobal CapitalismCrisisBritainCoronavirus NewsSunGlobal Justice NowAstraZenecaEUGreedCovid Vaccine SuccessCriticismBoris JohnsonStanley Johnson
Pens Points: Slamming the Door
As the New York Rangers became increasingly desperate on Tuesday night, Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Tristan Jarry proved time and time again he was ready for whatever was thrown his way. While Jake Guentzel, Teddy Blueger, Kasperi Kapanen, and Sidney Crosby all recorded goals in the 4-2 victory, it was Jarry who came up with the biggest moment of the night, stonewalling Pavel Buchnevich in the dying moments to preserve the Penguins lead and ultimately deliver them the win. [Pensburgh]Read Full StoryNhlPittsburgh PenguinsPensburghHockeyStill InjuredThe New York RangersPittsburgh Post-GazetteStanley CupNBC SportsNHLESPNSportsnetAmericanGrabsTurnTristan JarryJake GuentzelKasperi KapanenSidney CrosbyPavel BuchnevichJared MccannColton SceviourRon HextallEvan RodriguesJuuso RiikolaEvgeni Malkin
How Cathie Wood’s $3,000 Tesla Price Target Compares With the Street
ARK Invest’s disruption guru and founder Cathie Wood made waves this week with her $3,000 price target for Tesla stock. It’s way above Wall Street’s top target, but her timeline for shares to reach that level is farther down the road. In fact, her price target isn’t as far out as some might assume.Read Full StoryTesla SharesMorgan StanleyMarketsTarget PriceTesla AnalystAverage Price TargetStock PriceTesla Price TargetARK Invest 'sThe Dallas CowboysTSLANFLWedbushRBCHoldJerry Jones
Is This the Golden Age of Comfort Food TV?
There’s a running joke in the first episode of Michelle Obama’s new Netflix show, Waffles and Mochi, about whether tomatoes are a fruit or vegetable. This quandary deeply perplexes the two titular characters who, by the way, are puppets that work at a magical grocery store. They ask chefs from Samin Nosrat to José Andrés. Halfway through, there’s a musical interlude, where they search for the answer—through song.Read Full StoryGolden AgeCherry TomatoesCakesSugarFood & DrinkJoyFruitPot RoastDIY CandyComfort Food TVNetflixCNNBritishEnglishGBBOMichelle ObamaSamin NosratJosé AndrésStanley TucciRyan ReynoldsNadiya HussainGordon Ramsey
Broad Run Investment Management LLC Has $18.70 Million Stock Position in Fastenal (NASDAQ:FAST)
Broad Run Investment Management LLC trimmed its position in Fastenal (NASDAQ:FAST) by 1.0% in the fourth quarter, according to the company in its most recent Form 13F filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission. The firm owned 382,977 shares of the company’s stock after selling 3,733 shares during the quarter. Fastenal makes up 1.3% of Broad Run Investment Management LLC’s portfolio, making the stock its 16th biggest position. Broad Run Investment Management LLC owned 0.07% of Fastenal worth $18,701,000 at the end of the most recent reporting period.Read Full StoryInvestment ManagementNasdaqFastenerMarketsNASDAQ Inc.Stock PricePortfolio ManagementTrading StockStock TradingFastenal -LRB-Kinloch Capital LLCJJJ Advisors Inc.The Thomson Reuters 'SECMorgan Stanley
Oil climbs 4% after a grounded container ship blocks key Suez Canal trade route
The tanker is blocking the Suez Canal. Suez Canal Authority/ASSOCIATED PRESS Crude oil prices climbed as much as 4% on Wednesday to roughly $60 per barrel, boosted by concern over a supply bottleneck. A container ship is blocking the Suez Canal, which is one of the busiest trade routes in the world. Oil prices have been highly volatile throughout the pandemic and lockdown cycles. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell . Oil rose as much as 4% on Wednesday after a huge container ship ran aground and blocked the Suez Canal, a key shipping route for crude and refined products. The blockage raised some concern about fuel supply. Overall, the price of oil is set to fall for the third consecutive week this week. Another round of lockdowns in Europe could threaten the recovery in demand growth and have undermined some of the recent strength in the oil market. One of the biggest container ships in the canal ran aground early on Tuesday and is stuck at a right-angle to the passage. Hundreds of cargo ships are now unable to pass through the canal, forcing them to divert their routes. It is unclear when the issue will be resolved. "This could have an impact on movement of oil and consumer goods." Deutsche Bank strategist Jim Reid said in a daily report. Throughout the pandemic and subsequent cycles of lockdowns and travel bans, oil prices have been highly volatile. Over the last 12 months, Brent crude oil prices have fluctuated from as little as $16 a barrel to as much as $71. As demand for oil, and therefore its price, is inherently linked to sectors that are impacted heavily by lockdown measures, such as travel, they have been sensitive to the developments of the pandemic. Over the last two weeks, prices have fallen by around 12% and are still on course for a third weekly fall, in spite of Wednesday's rally. The price response to the hold-up at the Suez Canal may not reflect expectations for a prolonged improvement in demand, analysts said. The futures market has eliminated a bullish structure known as "backwardation" - where prompt contracts trade at a premium to further-out futures contracts, which reflects bullishness among traders and investors about the demand outlook. "The reprieve seems temporary, though, as the spot price fall overnight has completely removed the backwardation in the oil futures market for prompt deliveries. With speculative markets still long, it seems, oil is likely to be a sell on rallies until Covid-19 and economic recovery sentiment swings back into the black." Jeffrey Halley, senior market analyst at OANDA, said. Read more: MORGAN STANLEY: Buy these 10 stocks quickly that will roar higher as M&A heats up - including one with a potential upside of 114% Read the original article on Business Insider Cargo ShipsTrafficContainer ShipsOil SupplyDeutsche BankOANDAMORGAN STANLEYM&ACrude Oil PricesFuel SupplyBarrelEuropeDemand GrowthSectorsSpeculative MarketsJim Reid
High-Speed Steel Reciprocating Saw Blade Market Growth Factors, Trends Prediction, Production and Consumption (2022-2031)
The report appears out as an intelligent and thorough assessment tool as well as a great resource that will help you to secure a position of strength in the global High-Speed Steel Reciprocating Saw Blade. It includes Porter’s Five Forces and PESTLE analysis to equip your business with critical information and comparative data about the Global High-Speed Steel Reciprocating Saw Blade.Read Full StoryMarket ResearchMarket DataMarket DevelopmentProductivityMarket GrowthIndustrial GrowthPorterPESTLEBoschMetaboMakitaPutsch GmbH AndKWCTSkil ToolsMarket.usStanley Black
31 Stocks Moving in Wednesday's Pre-Market Session
Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: HOFV) rose 83.6% to $7.40 in pre-market trading after the company announced a Non-Fungible Token partnership with Dolphin Entertainment.Dolphin Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ: DLPN) shares rose 72.6% to $31.63 in pre-market trading after Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment announced it signed a Non-Fungible Token partnership with the company.Color Star Technology Co., Ltd. (NASDAQ: CSCW) rose 44.8% to $1.68 in pre-market trading after gaining more than 5% on Tuesday.Cinedigm Corp. (NASDAQ: CIDM) rose 39.7% to $2.11 in pre-market trading after climbing around 13% on Tuesday. Frndly TV and Cinedigm recently announced a distribution partnership agreement.Aptose Biosciences Inc. (NASDAQ: APTO) rose 31.3% to $4.82 in pre-market trading after the company reportedQ4 earnings results.Vinco Ventures, Inc. (NASDAQ: BBIG) rose 23.4% to $3.85 in pre-market trading after dropping around 8% on Tuesday.Eros STX Global Corporation (NYSE: ESGC) rose 22.3% to $2.74 in pre-market trading after gaining over 4% on Tuesday.PLBY Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: PLBY) rose 18.6% to $21.70 in pre-market trading after reporting upbeat quarterly sales.Frequency Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: FREQ) rose 15.6% to $9.24 in pre-market trading. Frequency Therapeutics shares tumbled 78% on Tuesday after the company announced the interim FX-322 Phase 2a results showed that four weekly injections did not demonstrate improvements in hearing measures versus placebo.ShiftPixy, Inc. (NASDAQ: PIXY) shares rose 15.1% to $3.12 in pre-market trading after dropping 5% on Tuesday.Canaan Inc. (NASDAQ: CAN) rose 13.3% to $23.85 in pre-market trading after dropping around 8% on Tuesday.LiveXLive Media, Inc. (NASDAQ: LIVX) shares rose 13% to $6.45 in pre-market trading after gaining more than 7% on Tuesday. LiveXLive recently announced the debut of Lil TJay in Special House Party Pay-Per-View on March 31st, 2021.The9 Limited (NASDAQ: NCTY) rose 11.9% to $41.00 in pre-market trading after dropping over 16% on Tuesday. The9’s 6-K showed that the company needed to correct error in original financial statements for 6 months ended June 30, 2020.Jiayin Group Inc. (NASDAQ: JFIN) rose 11.6% to $11.45 in pre-market trading after tumbling 30% on Tuesday.Greenpro Capital Corp. (NASDAQ: GRNQ) shares rose 11.5% to $3.10 in pre-market trading.Genius Brands International, Inc. (NASDAQ: GNUS) rose 11% to $2.92 in pre-market trading after gaining 10% on Tuesday. Genius Brands International, last week, announced a Roblox series will be aired on its Kartoon Channel network.Nxt-ID, Inc. (NASDAQ: NXTD) rose 7.8% to $1.52 in pre-market trading following a 9% decline on Tuesday.aTyr Pharma, Inc. (NASDAQ: LIFE) rose 5.7% to $5.20 in pre-market trading after the company reported better-than-expected Q4 results.Bionano Genomics, Inc. (NASDAQ: BNGO) rose 4.5% to $8.75 in pre-market trading after the company reported better-than-expected Q4 sales results.Find out what's going on in today's market and bring any questions you have to Benzinga's PreMarket Prep.LosersBenitec Biopharma Inc. (NASDAQ: BNTC) fell 22.3% to $7.20 in pre-market trading. Benitec Biopharma shares jumped 190% on Tuesday after a 13G filing showed Morgan Stanley raised its stake in the company to roughly 249K shares, or a 5.2% stake in the company.CASI Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: CASI) fell 14.9% to $1.94 in pre-market trading after the company announced a common stock offering.GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) fell 13.3% to $157.50 in pre-market trading after the company reported downbeat earnings for its fourth quarter on Tuesday. The company’s e-commerce business continued to be the big news with a year-over-year increase of 175% in the fourth quarter and 191% for the full fiscal year.Hoth Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: HOTH) fell 10.4% to $2.25 in pre-market trading. Hoth Therapeutics shares gained 15% on Tuesday after the company reported that its Vitro Data showed SARS-CoV-2 antiviral activity for its HT-002 Candidate..SELLAS Life Sciences Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: SLS) fell 9.2% to $8.98 in pre-market trading after the company reported full year 2020 results.Takung Art Co., Ltd. (NYSE: TKAT) fell 8.9% to $49.02 in pre-market trading. Takung Art shares gained around 10% on Tuesday on continued momentum as the stock is being circulated as a potential Non-Fungible Token play.RiceBran Technologies (NASDAQ: RIBT) fell 8.7% to $0.95 in pre-market trading after dropping 10% on Tuesday.Seneca Biopharma, Inc. (NASDAQ: SNCA) fell 8.1% to $1.82 in pre-market trading. The company yesterday reported its financial results for the year ended December 31, 2020.Plus Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: PSTV) fell 7.5% to $2.58 in pre-market trading. Plus Therapeutics recently entered into master services agreement with Piramal Pharma Solutions.China Jo-Jo Drugstores, Inc.(NASDAQ: CJJD) fell 6.8% to $1.16 in pre-market trading after gaining over 12% on Tuesday.ViacomCBS Inc. (NASDAQ: VIAC) fell 6.5% to $85.36 in pre-market trading. ViacomCBS shares fell 9% on Tuesday after the company announced an offering of $2 billion of Class B common stock and $1 billion of Series A Mandatory Convertible Preferred Stock.AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: AMC) fell 6.4% to $9.98 in pre-market trading, potentially in sympathy with GameStop.StocksPharmaceuticalsMorgan StanleyMarketsStock TradingNYSENASDAQ Inc.Financial SharesHOFVDLPNCSCWCinedigm Corp.CIDMFrndly TVAptose Biosciences Inc.Lil Tjay