$TEN

Tenneco, Inc.

  • NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE INC.
  • Producer Manufacturing
  • Auto Parts: OEM
  • Manufacturing
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**pkedrosky:** Models are increasingly convinced that all of California will see rain over the next ten days, even if amounts are shifting around a lot. Here is a weighted average across the last 15 model runs for totals by early November. The most recent runs are pushing even higher amounts. https://t.co/SodSil74xh https://twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/1585765682540470272

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**DATI MACRO** STATI UNITI Indice del mercato immobiliare statunitense NAHB Valore effettivo 38 (previsione 43, precedente 46) Indice del mercato immobiliare statunitense NAHB Rapporto ottobre 2022. https://www.nahb.org/news-and-economics/press-releases/2022/10/builder-confidence-down-ten-straight-months-as-housing-market-continues-to-weaken

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By Stella Qiu SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares were cautiously higher on Thursday, while the dollar eased ahead of U.S. non-farm payrolls data, and oil prices gained for a fourth day after deep production cuts pledged by OPEC+ members. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.4% in early Asia trade, as U.S. futures gained. The index is up 4% this week after faling 13% in September. Japan's Nikkei stock index climbed 0.7% to its highest level since September, South Korea advanced 1.2% and Australia edged 0.1% higher. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index, on the other hand, fell 0.5%. S&P 500 futures advanced 0.6%, and the Nasdaq futures gained 0.9%, building on a late rebound in U.S. stocks which helped limit earlier losses. The S&P 500 finished Wednesday 0.20% lower and the Nasdaq Composite ended down 0.25%. Mainland Chinese markets remain closed for holidays. The Refinitiv Asia Energy index rose 0.7%, after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies agreed to cut oil production the deepest since the COVID-19 pandemic began, curbing supply in an already tight market. Oil prices rose for a fourth straight day to their highest level since mid-September. Brent crude futures were up 0.6% at $93.9 a barrel while U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures also gained 0.6% to $88.26 per barrel. SO MUCH FOR FED PIVOT Earlier this week, U.S. economic data suggesting that the labor market and economy were slowing as well as the Reserve Bank of Australia's surprise move to raise rates by only 25 basis points fuelled hopes of less aggressive interest rate hikes by central banks and lifted risk sentiment. But those hopes were dashed after a slightly above-forecast report from the Institute for Supply Management showed a rebound in the employment index for the U.S. services sector. "The optimism that buoyed financial markets earlier this week receded as U.S. data continued to articulate the need for further, decisive central bank policy action," said analysts at ANZ. "Attention is now firmly focused on the September labour market report... The market needs to prime for a strong number." U.S. non-farm payrolls data is due on Friday and analysts polled by Reuters expect 250,000 jobs were added last month and unemployment to come in at 3.7%. Overnight, San Francisco Federal Reserve President Mary Daly underscored the U.S. central bank's commitment to curbing inflation with more interest rate hikes, although she also said the Fed will not simply barrel ahead if the economy starts to crack. Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic said the U.S. Federal Reserve's fight against inflation is likely "still in early days." In currency markets, the dollar eased 0.2% against a basket of major currencies on Thursday, after climbing 0.7% overnight on hawkish comments from Fed officials. U.S. Treasury yields were largely steady after jumping overnight. The yield on benchmark ten-year notes eased 2 basis points to 3.7368% while the yield on two-year notes stabilised at 3.7388%. Gold was slightly higher. Spot gold was traded at $1,719.49 per ounce. [GOL/]

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By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks were close to a two-year low and Japan was forced to unilaterally intervene in FX markets for the first time since 1998 on Thursday, after the Federal Reserve's aggressive U.S. rate hike signals had put markets on the run. In Europe, where all the economic pain and volatility has been amplified this week by Russia's threat to use nuclear weapons, major stocks markets tumbled by more than 1% before finding some support. It had been a rollercoaster from the off. Tokyo swooped in to support the yen not long after Europe opened. While the move seemed to have been coming for weeks - the yen has fallen 20% this year almost half of that in the last six weeks - it still packed a punch. Traders watched the Japanese currency surge to 142.39 from 145.81 to the dollar in the space of a few minutes and make it as far as 140 to the greenback before running out of gas. [/FRX] With the dollar suddenly stalled, the euro lifted nearly 0.5% off a 20-year low. Sterling, which is not far behind the yen having lost over 8% since August, was hoisted from a 1985 trough too as the Bank of England raised its rates by another 50 basis points.[/FRX] "We have taken decisive action (in the exchange market)," Japan's vice finance minister for international affairs Masato Kanda told reporters following the interventions. The move had came just hours after the BOJ had maintained super-low interest rates, fighting the global tide of monetary tightening by the Fed and others trying to rein in inflation. Asian stocks had swooned to a two-year low overnight after the Fed's rate hike and GDP forecast cuts had triggered a brutal finish on Wall Street, although S&P futures pointed to a modest rebound later. [.N] "Fed is delivering exactly what it said it would (with rate hikes) but the markets have pushed out the path of interest rates quite a lot," Close Brothers Asset Management Chief Investment Officer Robert Alster said. "All of a sudden we are entering a scenario where everything gets a lot more drawn out... It is a bit disconcerting in some respects but at least they have laid out the road map and we know the economy is second to monetary policy. Wall Street was expected to tick up when it reopens but the benchmark S&P 500 is now less than 4% away from its mid-June low, its weakest point of the year. [.N] In the rates market, short-term yields remain on the rise and the peak for the benchmark Fed funds rate a moving target. The median of Fed officials' own outlook has U.S. rates at 4.4% by year's end -- 100 bps higher than their June projection -- and even higher, at 4.6%, by the end of 2023. Futures have scrambled to catch up. The yield on two-year Treasuries hit a 15-year high of 4.13% in Asia before dipping back to 4.10% in Europe. Ten-year yields are below that, at 3.54% as traders price in the hikes' damage to longer-run growth. In Europe, Germany's rate sensitive 2-year bond yield rose as far as to 1.897% - its highest since May 2011. "No one knows whether this process will lead to a recession or if so how significant that recession would be," Fed Chair Jerome Powell told reporters after the rate hike announcement. "The chances of a soft landing are likely to diminish to the extent that policy needs to be more restrictive, or restrictive for longer." " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> FOLLOW THE FED The Swiss National Bank also pulled up its rates by a chunky 0.75 percentage point - only the second increase in 15 years which also ended its 7-1/2 year spell in negative interest rates. Previously Swiss rates had been frozen at minus 0.75% as the SNB tried to tame the appreciation of the Swiss franc but Thursday's message was the reverse, that more hikes as well a FX intervention might be needed in the current environment. "To provide appropriate monetary conditions, the SNB is also willing to be active in the foreign exchange market as necessary," it added, sending the franc up over 1%. The global outlook is helping drive the dollar higher as U.S. yields look attractive and investors think other economies look too fragile to sustain rates as high as those contemplated in the U.S. Japan and China are the outliers and their currencies are sliding particularly hard -- the yen had fallen to the weaker side of 145 per dollar on Thursday before Tokyo's intervention after the Bank of Japan had stuck with its ultra-easy monetary policy. Yields in Japan's government bond market also retreated as speculators closed some bets on imminent policy changes. [JP/] Back in Europe, Norway and Britain raised their rates by 50 bps with traders seeing plenty more coming too. Not that that is much salve for the region's currencies. The pound's modest rise on the day came after it had hit a 37-year low of $1.1213 overnight on the growing worries about the state of Britain's finances. Sweden's crown had also hit a record low despite the country's steepest rate hike in a generation earlier this week. The dollar's rise has also sent emerging market currencies tumbling and punished cryptocurrencies and commodities. Lira traders were left wincing again as Turkey, where inflation is now running at around 85%, defied economic orthodoxy and slashed another 100 basis points off its interest rates. Spot gold was down 0.3% near a two-year low at $1,668 an ounce. Bitcoin was just above $19,000 and Brent crude steadied at $90.33 a barrel after sliding on demand worries. "The more hawkish the Fed gets, the more market volatility is likely to be elevated, and the risk of a recession ticks higher," said Gautam Khanna, Head of U.S. Multi Sector Fixed Income at Insight Investment.

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(In Sept 7 story, corrects headline to note biggest pct gain in four weeks, not four-week high) By Carolina Mandl and Chuck Mikolajczak (Reuters) -U.S. stock indexes climbed the most in roughly a month as bond yields eased, with investors shrugging off hawkish remarks made by Federal Reserve officials on Wednesday. The last time the Nasdaq Composite, S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average reached a higher one-day percentage jump was on Aug 10, although investors doubt this is a long-lasting trend. The technology-heavy Nasdaq led gains among the main indexes, snapping a seven-session losing streak. U.S. stocks have sold off sharply since mid-August after hawkish comments from Fed Chair Jerome Powell were compounded by signs of an economic slowdown in Europe and China and aggressive steps by major central banks to tame inflation. Data signaling strength in the U.S. economy has prompted traders to bet on a 75-basis-point interest rate hike by the Fed later this month. Fed fund futures implied investors were pricing in a more than 76% chance of such a move. The 10-year Treasury yield slipped from three-month highs hit earlier in the session, boosting shares of rate-sensitive stocks such as Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) Inc, Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN). High-growth companies such as those in the tech sector tend to benefit when yields go down as it means a lower discount rate on their future profits when investors are calculating valuations. Still, investors are looking for more outward signs of how Federal Reserve rate hikes will unfold to tame a surging inflation before its next meeting later this month. "The bond markets behaving a little bit better today which is giving the stock market a little bit of a better feeling, but the big worries are still what the Fed is going to do on Sep 21. So we're seeing a back and forth tug-of-war each day," said Brent Schutte, Chief Investment Officer at Northwestern (NASDAQ:NWE) Mutual Wealth Management Company. Stocks' performance also ignored hawkish comments by Federal Reserve earlier on Wednesday. Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank President Loretta Mester said the high cost of U.S. rental accommodation has not yet fully filtered through to inflation measures, suggesting inflation may still rise further. Meanwhile, Richmond Fed President Thomas Barkin said the U.S. central bank must lift interest rates to a level that restrains economic activity and keep them there until policymakers are "convinced" that inflation is subsiding, while Federal Reserve Vice Chair Lael Brainard added the monetary policy will need to be restrictive "for some time." The main focus will be on Powell's speech on Thursday and U.S. consumer price data next week for clues on the path of monetary policy. The Fed's "Beige Book", a periodic snapshot of the health of the U.S. economy, indicated that price pressures are expected to persist at least through the end of the year. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 435.98 points, or 1.4%, to 31,581.28, the S&P 500 gained 71.68 points, or 1.83%, to 3,979.87 and the Nasdaq Composite added 246.99 points, or 2.14%, to 11,791.90. Ten of the 11 major S&P sectors were trading higher, led by a jump in utilities, reflecting the defensive positioning by investors due to economic uncertainties. The energy index fell 1.16% as oil prices tumbled about 5% on demand worries related to looming recession risks. Brent crude fell below $90 a barrel. Nio (NYSE:NIO) Inc reversed earlier losses and ended the session up 2.16% after the Chinese electric vehicle maker reported a bigger second-quarter adjusted net loss but revenue topped expectations. Coupa Software (NASDAQ:COUP) Inc jumped almost 18% after the payment management software firm beat second-quarter estimates for revenue and profit. Volume on U.S. exchanges was 10.21 billion shares, compared with the 10.43 billion average for the full session over the last 20 trading days. Advancing issues outnumbered declining ones on the NYSE by a 3.07-to-1 ratio; on Nasdaq, a 2.60-to-1 ratio favored advancers. The S&P 500 posted 6 new 52-week highs and 16 new lows; the Nasdaq Composite recorded 24 new highs and 231 new lows.

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By Sam Byford and Tom Westbrook TOKYO/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian stocks fell and the dollar stood by a two-decade high on the euro on Wednesday as investors' fears deepened that the continent is leading the world into recession, while oil and European equity futures made a wobbly attempt to steady. Brent crude futures have slid this month on worries that a global slowdown will sap demand. Prices slumped 9.5% to a 2-1/2 month low of $101.10 on Tuesday, before bouncing slightly to $103.86 a barrel in the Asia session on Wednesday. [O/R] MSCI's index of Asia-Pacific stocks outside Japan fell 1%, led by a 2% drop for Taiwan's benchmark index - heavy with growth-sensitive computer chip makers - which hit an 18-month low. Japan's Nikkei fell 1.1%. S&P 500 futures fell 0.1% while FTSE futures and EuroSTOXX 50 futures rose 1% after heavy Tuesday selling. News has been relentlessly negative, with talk of gas rationing in Europe, a political crisis in Britain and a fresh flare up of COVID-19 cases prompting fresh restrictions in Shanghai. In the United States, the two-year Treasury yield has dropped below the 10-year yield, a reliable market signal of a recession capping growth in the medium term. [US/] "The drumbeat is getting louder and louder about recession risk," said Jason Teh, chief investment officer at Vertium Asset Management in Sydney. "Right now defence is the name of the game. It's the best strategy right now, because in a recession a lot of things can fall out of bed." Accordingly ,the dollar has been king and a safety bid has even returned to the beaten-down Japanese yen. The U.S. dollar index hit a 20-year high of 106.79 on Tuesday, hoisted by a tumbling euro. The index hovered at 106.440 on Wednesday and the yen rose about 0.4% to 135.39 per dollar. [FRX/] The euro huddled at $1.0266 after dropping as far as $1.0236 on Tuesday and traders expect little respite. Selling could follow if Eurozone retail sales figures due at 0900 GMT disappoint expectations for a 0.4% monthly rise in May. "There are no important support levels for EUR/USD until $1," said Commonwealth Bank of Australia (OTC:CMWAY) strategist Kristina Clifton. Sterling was near a two-year low at $1.1944 after the resignation of two of Britain's top government ministers put Prime Minster Boris Johnson's leadership under new pressure. GAS GAS GAS Uncertainty over Europe's gas supply is leading the latest round of worries, and has sent prices rocketing against slumps in other commodities on growth worries. [EL/DE] Benchmark Dutch gas prices have doubled since the middle of June. Some investors worry that flow along the Nord Stream pipeline, which brings gas from Russia to Germany, might not resume after a ten-day maintenance shutdown from July 11 and that winter supply shortages will then prompt rationing and a sharp drop in economic activity. The backdrop is rising interest rates. The Federal Reserve publishes minutes later on Wednesday from the June meeting, where it announced the sharpest hike in the U.S. benchmark interest rate in nearly 30 years. It is likely to foreshadow more hikes as Fed officials have said their top priority is fighting inflation, even at the cost of growth. "The probability of a soft landing had massively declined," August Hatecke, the co-head of UBS Wealth Management Asia Pacific told investors at a conference in Singapore. The growth-sensitive Australian dollar was stuck near a two-year low at $0.6805. [AUD/] Spot gold was last steady at $1,771 an ounce after sliding on the strong dollar overnight. The safe haven is down about 3% this year, less than the steep losses for equities and bonds. Treasuries were steady in Asia with the 10-year yield at 2.8327% and the two-year yield at 2.8385%. Bitcoin, which has been demolished in the flight from risky assets, sat at $20,115.

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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A surprisingly large rate rise in Australia weighed on shaky Asian stocks on Tuesday and pushed the yen to a fresh 20-year low, making investors even more nervous ahead of U.S. inflation data and central bank meetings in Europe and the United States. The Reserve Bank of Australia raised interest rates by the most in 22 years and flagged more tightening to come as it battles to restrain surging inflation, stunning markets and sending the Aussie up, briefly. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 1.1% as Hong Kong's market pared back some of Monday's gains. Japan's Nikkei inched up 0.3%. (T) E-mini futures for the S&P 500 fell 0.58%, while the pan-region Euro Stoxx 50 futures were down 0.86%. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson survived a no-confidence vote among his Conservative Party's lawmakers on Monday, but gilts and Treasuries nursed losses from selling that began as talk of a move to replace him gathered steam through London and New York trade. The 10-year Treasury yield rose 9.9 basis points bps) overnight and hit a May 11 high of 3.0640%. The move has pulled the dollar higher and poured cold water on initial optimism about China's emergence from COVID-19 lockdowns. [US/] The dollar added another 0.8% against the yen on Tuesday to touch 132.955, its highest since 2002, as the Bank of Japan is a standout laggard while the rest of the world moves to try and hit inflation hard with interest rate hikes. [FRX/] Ten-year gilt yields rose as far as 10.2 bps to a seven-year high of 2.256% on Monday. [GBP/] "The train of thought appears to be that ... any path to an earlier (British) election could lead to more fiscal measures out of the UK," said NatWest Markets strategist John Briggs. "This in turn has higher inflation risks," he said, while across the Atlantic "the market feel is one of back to 'where does this stop'" as the 10-year Treasury yields topped 3%. Beijing is easing pandemic curbs and, on Monday, the Wall Street Journal reported that a cybersecurity probe of ride-hailing giant Didi would end shortly, triggering a wave of short covering across the internet sector. "Even what ought to have been resounding China relief, driven by easing regulatory risks and COVID restrictions, is set to be paralysed by the risks of liquidity withdrawal and risk re-pricing shocks," said Mizuho economist Vishnu Varathan. WAVE OF HIKES? Fear that a hot U.S. inflation reading on Wednesday will lock in even more Federal Reserve interest rate rises beyond next week's expected 50 bps hike kept the U.S. dollar on the front foot in the meantime. The euro was pushed 0.2% lower and below its 50-day moving average to $1.0677, but kept from further losses by jitters about the possibility of a rate hike or hawkish tone from the European Central Bank, which meets on Thursday. The yen was friendless after Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda stayed dovish on Tuesday, promising support for the economy and easy monetary policy even as prices start to rise. Crude oil was firm and Brent futures held at $120 a barrel. [O/R] The rise in U.S yields weighed on gold, which dipped a fraction to $1,839 an ounce. Investors' nervous mood also clipped cryptocurrencies and bitcoin was last down about 5%, just below $30,000.

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@Malc104walk204 Hi - as you can appreciate when Anna and I teach we are always mindful that many students on the program are novice traders and this is our first priority at all times. In other words to instill discipline and to teach what we know from experience will be the safest way for novice traders to begin. Basket trading is a classic example as the emotional response is to take profits and hope losers recover. This is why we say close out completely all positions at once, and this is something Anna and I still do ourselves, 9 times out of ten. However, as with all things, as your experience and confidence grows, so you can bend the rules a little, but this is NOT something we would teach to novices where we want to instill the discipline at the start. If they want to tinker with the rule set that's fine, and something we do ourselves from time to time, but then we've been trading for over twenty years now, and have the experience to do it - we bend the rules elsewhere too, but only becuase we have the experience and confidence to do so. So if you are confident doing this, that's fine.

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**Emporos Trading Suite Fully Available for Public Use!** Hello Everyone! It has been a long time since the beta ended in the summer of 2021. I am happy to announce today that the wait is finally over! The Emporos Trading Suite is finally available. Starting Jan 21st, all community members can subscribe to any of our three plans. Silver, Gold, or Platinum with a 30% discount coupon. Type EMP22 to get 30% off the plan. In addition to the discount, you will also get access to the live trade section that has been on hiatus. The markets have been fun, and I am excited to offer this to everyone in our community. I look forward to seeing those serious in trading/making money there ready to roll in 2022. If you have any questions about the tools, you can ask me anytime. There will be video tutorials tailored to each indicator for those who may not fully understand how a particular tool works. The leading indicators share signals in real-time. We will also be writing out detailed documentation on the trading suite website. Feel free to download the brochures and review the ten indicators we will be offering! Take care, and we hope to hear from some of you soon. -Emporos Research and Team. https://tradingsuite.emporosresearch.com/trading-products

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but much bigger float compared to the usual ten mill floats that hold up all day that trade over 200 mill

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Citi boosts its 2022 year-end S&P 500 index price target to 5,100 after setting a 4,900 forecast at the end of October. The bank says a rally over the final two months of last year triggered the higher target. "Q4 results should support the recent market action, while 2022 outlooks should generally provide comfort in follow-through, despite ongoing COVID pandemic and supply-chain concerns," Citi says. The firm says it uses ten inputs in its target-setting process. Earnings-related approaches are most supportive of the new target, while sentiment and inflation are less so, Citi says. "A changing Fed regime, COVID pandemic fallouts, and stubborn supply-chain/inflation issues are top of mind, but well known. In turn, we see a growth scare as the biggest risk to the markets," Citi says.

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By Kevin Buckland TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks rose on Thursday after the Federal Reserve flagged a long-awaited end to its monetary stimulus next year but delivered an otherwise upbeat economic outlook, which lifted investor spirits. Treasury yields remained elevated, while gold gained along with crude oil. The U.S. dollar rebounded after a roller-coaster session overnight that saw it leap immediately after the Fed announcement only to subsequently tumble twice as much. Japan's Nikkei climbed 1.91% and touched a three-week intraday high, while Taiwan's benchmark gained 0.74%. Mainland China shares were mixed though, with energy shares rallying but consumer stocks struggling. An index of blue chips swung between small gains and losses to last be up 0.11%. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares added 0.43%. Meanwhile, European futures pointed to a jump at the open, with EURO STOXX 50 futures climbing 1.67% and FTSE futures up 1.05%. The Fed laid out a scenario in which the COVID-19 pandemic, despite the Omicron variant, gives way to a benign set of economic conditions, with inflation easing largely on its own, interest rates increasing slowly, and the unemployment rate staying low in coming years. "The economy no longer needs increasing amounts of policy support," Fed Chair Jerome Powell said in a news conference after the conclusion of the two-day policy meeting. "Powell was certainly upbeat, and perhaps the market was inspired by his views - they seem to have created a solid bid in risk assets," Chris Weston, head of research at brokerage Pepperstone in Melbourne, wrote in a note. "The Fed are the market's price maker and affect everything." U.S. e-mini futures pointed to a 0.28% rise for the S&P 500, after the benchmark rallied 1.63% overnight to finish near a record high. Money markets see good odds for a first Fed hike by May, followed by more by September and December, although three quarter-point rate increases aren't fully priced until February 2023. Ten-year U.S. Treasury yields eased slightly in Tokyo trading to 1.4565% following a two-day 4.4 basis point advance. The U.S. dollar index, which measures the currency against six major peers, was 0.05% higher at 96.429, making up a little ground after a 0.21% loss overnight. Gold rose 0.30% to $1,782.45. U.S. crude added $0.78 to $71.65 and Brent advanced $0.681 to $74.56. Attention now turns to policy announcements later Thursday from the European Central Bank and the Bank of England, which are also trying to balance the need to support economies threatened by the coronavirus with the need to withdraw easy money to cool inflation. The ECB is expected to dial back stimulus one more notch, but will pledge copious support for the next year, sticking to its long-held view that price pressures will abate on their own. However, investors sharply increased their bets that the BoE is about to raise rates after a report on Wednesday showed British consumer price inflation surging in November to a more than 10-year high, exceeding all forecasts from economists. "There is clearly more pressure on the BoE to get along with it and start to normalise policy after having bottled it at the last meeting ... though the consensus is the BoE will hold fire and wait until the fallout from the Omicron variant becomes clear," Tapas Strickland, a director of economics at National Australia Bank (OTC:NABZY), wrote in a note to clients. Sterling retreated 0.14% to $1.3242 after climbing 0.28% overnight. The euro slipped 0.08% to $1.12855 following Wednesday's 0.34% jump.

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**@DavidSchawel:** @Just_Credo relax we still have ten minutes remaining - TWT https://twitter.com/DavidSchawel/status/1469047018416922624

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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Electric Vehicles The primary rule of thermo dynamics is that it requires energy to create energy. How do we create electricity- fossil fuel How do we make batteries? From cobalt and rare earth. Where is cobalt mined ? In the African Congo by child labor. Where does rare earths come from? China. China owns 97% of the rare earth. Where is the largest supply of rare earth? Afghanistan. Guess who moved into Afghanistan when Biden moved out? What is the lifespan of a battery? Ten years? Where will we dispose of electric batteries? By 2050 there will be 50 million pounds of dead batteries in landfills.

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**@valuewalk:** These Were the Ten Worst Performing Stocks of November 2021 https://t.co/RwgFE0Xtgg #entrepreneur #NASDAQPYPL https://twitter.com/valuewalk/status/1467543802868948995

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**@valuewalk:** These Are the Ten Worst Performing Cryptocurrencies in November 2021 https://t.co/DqOPlhPLUc #BitTorrent #Cardano https://twitter.com/valuewalk/status/1467513355971694592

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Key Metrics

Market Cap

1.67 B

Beta

0.33

Avg. Volume

4.04 M

Shares Outstanding

83.49 M

Yield

0%

Public Float

0

Next Earnings Date

2023-02-22

Next Dividend Date

Company Information

Tenneco is one of the world's leading designers, manufacturers and marketers of automotive products for original equipment and aftermarket customers, with 2019 revenues of $17.5 billion and approximately 78,000 team members working at more than 300 sites worldwide. Through its four business groups, Motorparts, Ride Performance, Clean Air and Powertrain, Tenneco is driving advancements in global mobility by delivering technology solutions for diversified global markets, including light vehicle, commercial truck, off-highway, industrial, motorsport and the aftermarket.

CEO: Brian Kesseler

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HQ: 500 N Field Dr Lake Forest, 60045-2595 Illinois

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