|Bid||129.37 x 1100|
|Ask||129.38 x 800|
|Day's Range||129.03 - 130.23|
|52 Week Range||102.00 - 134.13|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.32|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||24.60|
|Earnings Date||Aug. 18, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.16 (1.66%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Aug. 13, 2020|
|1y Target Est||137.81|
Tom Lee, Fundstrat Global Advisors Managing Partner & Head of Research, joins Yahoo Finance’s Zack Guzman to break down his outlook on the market after better-than-expected weekly jobless claims data.
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- When my uncle died in March after a long illness, his family said they’d hold a memorial service once everyone could get together again. The service will be this Saturday. I won’t be there and, more important, neither will my mother, his big sister. The 600-mile trip is too dangerous for her to make.On the other side of the family, my cousin was planning a party in October to celebrate my aunt’s 90th birthday. She’s now postponing it until her 95th.Public policy and political proclamations rightly focus on the medical and economic aspects of Covid-19 — its material effects. But the pandemic has also exacted a psychological, social and spiritual toll.People have buried loved ones without funerals, canceled anniversary trips and missed the births of their grandchildren. They’ve postponed weddings and proposed over Skype. They’ve called off family reunions and missed Easter mass. Instead of Seders for 20, they’ve settled for Zoom.Between now and the end of the year, things will only get worse. Devoid of the anticipation of reuniting with friends, back-to-school shopping is no longer a ritual of optimism and fresh starts — with kids and parents alike dreading the prospect of more homebound lessons.The Jewish high holidays will bring neither big family dinners nor packed houses of worship. “We're planning our ‘congregation’s’ High Holy Day ceremonies to be on Zoom with prerecorded music,” writes retired linguistics professor Geoffrey Nathan in a Facebook thread. Not a hopeful way to start the new year.And forget trick-or-treating and Halloween parties. Those fun fall rituals aren’t compatible with pandemic precautions.Neither are those that mark the holiday season stretching from Thanksgiving to New Year’s.Last year, more than 55 million Americans traveled at least 50 miles for Thanksgiving. The most traditional Thanksgiving songs are “We Gather Together” and “Over the River and Through the Woods.” It is a holiday celebrated by coming together. Its meaning depends on gathering around a festive table.Not this year. “This will be the first Thanksgiving in 20 years that we don’t fly to Maryland to see my family,” says an L.A. friend. “That’s particularly hard as this will be the first holiday season since my dad passed. It’s depressing, honestly.”When Walmart and Target recently announced they’d keep stores closed on Thanksgiving, they weren’t signaling a more meaningful, less materialistic holiday season. They were anticipating the exact opposite: a lonely fall and winter, devoid of the rituals and gatherings that give the season its emotional resonance.Black Friday is more than a retailing bonanza or consumerist frenzy. It’s a celebration. For many Americans, it’s a way to get into the seasonal mood -- to go out in public with friends and family and anticipate Christmas.Covid-19’s medical and economic impact is notoriously uneven. Its psychological toll is less so.Even if you’re a healthy, highly paid online worker with a big house, a surging financial portfolio and no homeschooling duties, you can’t host a big dinner to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, visit your extended family for Thanksgiving, or attend a Lessons and Carols service on Christmas Eve or a performance of Handel’s “Messiah.” All that singing is dangerous.No matter how insulated you are from the medical and economic effects of the pandemic, you feel its social repercussions.“Christmas won’t be Christmas without any presents,” grumbles Jo in the opening line of “Little Women.” This year, Christmas won’t be Christmas without any presence.One result of holiday social distancing may actually be more gift-giving. Even without the excuse of a holiday, spontaneous online purchases have already become a way to show quarantined love. “I’m buying gifts all the time,” says a New York friend who lavishes specialty foods from Goldbelly on her grown kids near and far. Along with food, masks are popular pandemic gifts, as are books and toys to keep house-bound kids entertained. I recently ordered jigsaw puzzles from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s shop for my art-loving mother who, like many homebound souls, has picked up the puzzle habit.Like museums, libraries are closed, making their staffs as depressed as their patrons. To cheer up librarian friends around the country, Lesley Zavediuk, a librarian in Greensboro, North Carolina, has been sending them Cats Vs. Pickles plush toys, which she first spotted in a Facebook ad. “They were funny, cute, cheap,” she said, “and I thought they would make my friends happy since everything is terrible all the time.”With social gatherings, workplaces, sports, cultural activities and worship services shut down, the activities that give healthy lives meaning can be hard to find. Healthy or not, you can’t even camp out in the Walmart parking lot hoping to snag a Black Friday bargain!Sometimes it seems as if the only officially sanctioned meaningful activity is politics. Hold a protest and you can see your friends. Last week Nancy Rommelmann, a Portland, Oregon, journalist, reported on how protesting there has become a form of nightlife, with “a new festiveness, marching bands, t-shirt kiosks, and, beamed onto the side of the courthouse, a high-tech light show with the names of people murdered by police, as well as piggy-faced cops with x-ed out eyes.” If you don’t want to leave the house, you can always get in political fights on social media. That doesn’t bode well for the next few months. Happy holidays.This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Virginia Postrel is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist. She was the editor of Reason magazine and a columnist for the Wall Street Journal, the Atlantic, the New York Times and Forbes. Her next book, "The Fabric of Civilization: How Textiles Made the World," will be published in November.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinionSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Aug. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Candente Copper Corp. (TSX:DNT, BVL:DNT) ("Candente” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the launch of a “CEO Verified” Discussion Forum on AGORACOM. This will serve as the Company’s primary social media platform to interact with both shareholders and the broader investment community in a fully moderated environment.The Candente Copper HUB is live and can be found at: https://agoracom.com/ir/CandenteCopper Candente Copper will also receive significant exposure through millions of content brand insertions on the AGORACOM network and extensive search engine marketing over the next 12 months. In addition, exclusive sponsorships of invaluable digital properties such as the AGORACOM home page and the AGORACOM Twitter account will serve to significantly raise brand awareness of the Company among small cap investors. AGORACOM is the only small cap marketing firm to hold a Twitter Verified badge, averaging 4.2 million Twitter impressions per month in 2019. Moderated Discussion For Candente Copper Management And Shareholders AGORACOM “CEO Verified” provides the first ever identity verification of small cap executives on a finance platform. Small cap CEO’s and other company officers are now able to post or communicate within a discussion forum without the risk of impersonation. As the ultimate influencers of their own companies, “CEO Verified” Forums create unmatched levels of engagement between companies and investors that have long desired civilized, constructive and factual conversation. Posts to AGORACOM are shareable on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, which provides Management with one-click sharing of valuable content to these social media platforms, with automatic links back to AGORACOM for civilized investor engagement. There are no log-in requirements for investors to visit the forum, read posts and share company posts with their networks on other platforms. Investors wishing to post questions, comments and interact with company officers can quickly log-in using their Facebook or LinkedIn accounts, or create an anonymous new user account. The Candente Copper Forum can be found at: https://agoracom.com/ir/CandenteCopperVerified Candente Officer At Launch * Joanne Freeze, President, CEO and DirectorJoanne Freeze, President and CEO stated, "Social media participation is very important for growth companies such as ours and AGORACOM forums are purpose built to facilitate intelligent discussion without the nonsense that plagues other such sites. I encourage everyone to read and participate in our CEO Verified Discussion Forum to create constructive and vibrant discussions for the long term benefit of everyone." AGORACOM Founder, George Tsiolis, stated "With Copper now testing $3.00 again and the Company's Canariaco Deposit included in Goldman Sachs 84 Top Copper Projects Worldwide, the timing for Candente Copper to reconnect with current shareholders and reach a brand new audience of investors could not be better. Look no further than the recent significant ownership increase by Fortescue to 19.92% to know that Candente Copper is serious about the development of Canariaco. We are proud to be representing such a great name and look forward to telling the Candente Copper story to the world." About Candente Copper Candente Copper is a mineral exploration company engaged in acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral properties. The Company is currently focused on its 100% owned Canariaco project, which includes the Feasibility stage Canariaco Norte deposit as well as the Canariaco Sur deposit and Quebrada Verde prospect, located within the western Cordillera of the Peruvian Andes in the Department of Lambayeque in Northern Peru. About AGORACOM AGORACOM is the pioneer of online marketing, broadcasting, conferences and investor relations services to North American small and mid-cap public companies, with more than 300 companies served. AGORACOM is the home of more than 7.7 million investors that visited 55.2 million times and read over 600 million pages of information over the last 10 years. The average visit of 8min 43sec is more than double that of global financial sites, which can be attributed to the implementation and enforcement of the strongest moderation rules in the industry. Joanne C. Freeze, P.Geo., President and CEO, is the Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 for the projects discussed above. She have reviewed and approved the contents of this release.This news release may contain forward-looking statements including but not limited to comments regarding timing and content of upcoming work programs, geological interpretations, receipt of property titles, potential mineral recovery processes, etc. Forward-looking statements address future events and conditions and therefore involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. Candente Copper relies upon litigation protection for forward-looking statements.On behalf of the Board of Candente Copper Corp. “Joanne C. Freeze” P.Geo. President, CEO and Director ________________________________ For further information please contact:“Joanne C. Freeze” P.Geo. President, CEO and Director Tel +1 604-689-1957 email@example.com www.candentecopper.com NR-120