CNBC: 'No significant port congestion anywhere in the world' – S&P Global Market Intelligence (VIDEO)
JOC’s Peter Tirschwell discusses shipping dynamics, the risk of bottlenecks, labour trends and near-shoring with ...
Buffett, 91, spoke at length during his annual shareholder meeting Saturday about one of his favorite targets for criticism: investment banks and brokerages.
Buffett bemoaned that large American companies have “became poker chips” for market speculation. He cited soaring use of call options, saying that brokers make more money from these bets than simple investing.
Still, the situation can result in market dislocations that give Berkshire Hathaway an opportunity…
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