Capital Management Resources

Metz Capital Management is happy to manage your assets and keep a keen eye on stock updates, finance reports and more - it's what we do. But if you want to keep yourself up to date on some of the most recent market trends, we'd advise checking out the news distributors we've provided below.

These are some of the same resources we monitor on a daily basis. As always, please contact us with any questions.

  • US' Pompeo boosts Israel prime minister ahead of election

    JERUSALEM (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday lauded the White House's warm ties with Israel during a visit to the country and promised to step up pressure on Iran, giving a public boost to Israel's prime minister at the height of a tight re-election campaign.


  • Justice Thomas speaks as U.S. top court confronts racial bias in jury selection

    U.S. Supreme Court justices appeared poised to side with a black Mississippi death row inmate put on trial six times for a 1996 quadruple murder who accused a prosecutor of repeatedly blocking black potential jurors, though the court's only black member sounded skeptical. Justice Clarence Thomas, who had not posed a question during an oral argument in three years, asked several in the case involving Curtis Flowers, 48, who has argued that his constitutional right to a fair trial was violated. Thomas, an idiosyncratic conservative and only the second African American ever appointed to the court, signaled through his questions he might vote against Flowers, who otherwise drew broad support among the other justices, both liberal and conservative.


  • 'We just want the guns back': New Zealand announces immediate ban of assault rifles

    New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern announces ban on assault rifles, high-capacity magazines and military-style semi-automatic rifles after mosque shootings.


  • Citigroup Settles Venezuela Gold Swap Transaction

    After Venezuela’s Central Bank missed a March 11 deadline to buy back gold from Citigroup for nearly $1.1 billion as part of a financing agreement signed in 2015, the difference in price from when the gold was acquired to current levels will be deposited into an account, said the people, who asked not to be named speaking about a private transaction. The development represents another financial blow to the embattled Maduro regime.


  • The Pentagon's Watchdog Is Investigating Whether the Acting Defense Secretary Boosted Boeing

    The Department of Defense Office of Inspector General has launched an investigation into Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan.


  • Some Pickups Lag in Passenger Crash Protection

    Crash Tests Show Some Pickup Trucks Lag in Passenger Protection Most pickup trucks fall short when it comes to protecting passengers in certain types of crashes, according to new findings from t...


  • The Latest: Minnesota to help Nebraska flood fight

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Latest on Midwest flooding (all times local):


  • 'Generation Nazarbayev' jokes, hopes after Kazakh leader resigns

    People under 30 in Kazakhstan have only known one leader -- Nursultan Nazarbayev, who announced his resignation this week after shepherding the country from the Soviet era. "The word 'Nazarbayev' means something like the word 'parent'," said 18-year-old film student Madi Makanov, who lives in the country's largest city Almaty. Kazakhstan has a young population, with around 40 percent of people under 24, according to estimates based on UN figures.


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  • Loesch: CNN's gun control townhall was an embarrassing display of bias

    CNN townhall on gun control wins award; radio host Dana Loesch on the hostility she faced during the townhall.


  • Trump celebrates free speech after repeatedly attacking war hero John McCain

    Donald Trump signed an executive order which will withhold federal funding from colleges and universities that do not permit or protect free speech amidst the president’s own attacks on Senator John McCain, more than six months after his death. During his remarks, Mr Trump invited students from colleges around the country to share their own stories of hindered free speech. One student recalled a time her school stopped her from handing out Valentine’s Day cards with religious messages.


  • Poll: Americans say even the legal breaks for college admission rig the system

    A USA TODAY/Suffolk Poll finds wide suspicion of college admissions and opposition to legal preferences for alums, athletes and minorities.


  • UPDATE 1-U.S. refiner Citgo taking offers on $1.8-bln, 3-year loan -sources

    Citgo Petroleum, the U.S.-based subsidiary of Venezuelan state-run oil firm PDVSA, is seeking to raise $1.8 billion through a three-year term loan to cover operating expenses and to refinance existing debt, three people close to the deal told Reuters on Thursday. The financing would help Citgo fund operations and replace an existing revolving credit line, following U.S. sanctions and its split from the parent company, which remains under control of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and a military-led management team. Washington imposed sanctions and barred U.S. firms, including Citgo, from importing Venezuelan crude as part of a strategy to starve the Maduro government of oil revenue and force his ouster.


  • New Zealand Bans Assault Rifles in Wake of Deadly Attacks

    The ban takes immediate effect to prevent stockpiling of firearms while the legislation is being drafted, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern told reporters on Thursday. Further changes in gun laws to tighten licensing and increase controls over ammunition will be made in coming months. “I strongly believe that the vast majority of legitimate gun owners in New Zealand will understand that these moves are in the national interest, and will take these changes in their stride,” she said.


  • Catholic Church in US state failed to disclose 200 accused clergy: law firm

    The Catholic Church has failed to disclose more than 200 names of clergy accused of abuse in the US state of Illinois, a law firm claimed Wednesday. The firm Jeff Anderson & Associates has previously released names of accused clergy in other parts of the country based on information it compiled from public sources such as lawsuits. Its latest report outlined 395 Catholic clergy and laypersons in Illinois who have been accused of sexually assaulting children.