Canopy Growth Stock Is Falling As Earnings Disappoint Wall Street

Text size Canopy Growth reported a 36% drop in revenue from Canadian recreational cannabis sales compared to the same quarter a year ago. Chris Roussakis / Bloomberg Canopy Growth stock is plummeting after the marijuana company delivered financial results that fell short of expectations. The Canadian cannabis company (ticker: CGC) posted a per-share loss of … Read more

Good news for home buyers? Fannie Mae chief economist says the US housing market has finally turned a corner. Here’s why.

The inventory shortage, high prices and rising interest rates have finally bitten. Single-family home sales fell sharply by 16.6% in April to a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 591,000, according to Census Bureau data released Tuesday. That was the slowest rate of sales since April 2020 during the earliest days of the COVID-19 pandemic, offering … Read more

‘We do not plan on getting married’: I’m moving into my boyfriend’s home. He bought it a year ago and paid off 25% of his mortgage. How do I get a stake in his home that’s fair to both of us?

My boyfriend and I would like to move in together in the next year or so. He bought his house about a year ago, and he has paid off about 25% of it. We both would like for me to gradually become a partial owner. We do not plan on getting married. I do not … Read more

After stocks plunged this week, here’s how to protect your finances during a period of uncertainty: ‘A hard landing will ultimately be unavoidable’

It’s been a hell of a week on Wall Street. The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.30%, the S&P 500 SPX, -0.57% and the Nasdaq Composite COMP, -1.40% all closed lower Friday after plunging on Thursday, shedding all of Wednesday’s post-Fed rally. The Federal Reserve on Wednesday hiked the benchmark interest rate by 50 basis … Read more

‘She has no ambition’: I make $ 100,000. I’m buying a home before the wedding. My fiancée earns $ 50,000 and has $ 20,000 in student debt. What’s a fair prenup?

I have been in my current relationship for almost three years. I’m a young woman, 41, have a great, stable career and make about $ 100,000 a year. I am ambitious and my prospects have me increasing my income by $ 10,000 every year. I have about $ 140,000 in savings, and no debt. I … Read more