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Company profile

Albemarle Corporation is a global developer, manufacturer and marketer of highly-engineered specialty chemicals. The Company operates through three segments: Lithium and Advanced Materials, Bromine Specialties and Refining Solutions. Lithium and Advanced Materials segment consist of two product categories: Lithium and Performance Catalyst Solutions. The bromine and bromine-based business includes products used in fire safety solutions and other specialty chemicals applications. The Company serves various end markets, including petroleum refining, consumer electronics, energy storage, construction, automotive, lubricants, pharmaceuticals, crop protection, food safety and custom chemistry services. As of December 31, 2016, the Company and its joint ventures operated 31 production and research and development (R&D) facilities, as well as a number of administrative and sales offices, around the world.

Closing Price
$159.48
Day's Change
-3.24 (-1.99%)
Bid
--
Ask
--
B/A Size
--
Day's High
165.14
Day's Low
159.19
Volume
(Average)
Volume:
1,126,951

10-day average volume:
1,126,362
1,126,951

Weekend reads: How Berkshire Hathaway can thrive even without Warren Buffett

10:23 am ET April 24, 2021 (MarketWatch)
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By Philip van Doorn

Also, Microsoft and Netflix, avoiding taxes and Bitcoin's shuffle.

Berkshire Hathaway's (BRKA) annual meeting will be held via webcast on May 2. At one point Warren Buffett, who is 90, years old, won't be around any more.

Adam J. Mead, author of "The Complete Financial History of Berkshire Hathaway," looks to the giant conglomerate's future and how it can reward shareholders over coming decades (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/berkshire-hathaway-after-buffett-who-will-be-ceo-what-else-will-change-and-what-wont-11619179467).

Read: Warren Buffett could teach traders in dogecoin, GameStop and other hot trends a few things about 'Mr. Market' (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/warren-buffett-could-teach-traders-in-dogecoin-gamestop-and-other-hot-trends-a-few-things-about-mr-market-11619079021)

A futurist has practical advice for anyone

As people think about life after their work careers end, they focus on the money side. But what about all the details of where you will live and what you will do with your time?

What about other big life goals away from retirement?

Brian David Johnson shares a step-by-step technique you can use (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/a-futurist-reveals-the-powerful-technique-that-can-change-your-tomorrow-and-give-you-the-life-you-want-11619011157) -- one that makes the future you want both clearer and more attainable.

Also: MarketWatch's popular "Where Should I Retire" tool now lets you filter for political leanings and annual snowfall (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/wheres-the-best-place-for-you-to-retire-pick-what-matters-most-to-you-and-you-may-be-surprised-11619189008), and it delivers results by county rather than metro area.

Stock updates

As part of a new MarketWatch series about individual stocks, Michael Brush digs into the key numbers and trends for Microsoft (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/should-you-buy-microsoft-stock-here-are-the-key-numbers-to-look-at-now-11619183078)(MSFT).

Related:Should you buy Apple stock? Here are the key numbers to look at now (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/apple-stock-update-the-key-numbers-you-need-to-look-at-now-11618847817)

Netflix's big quarter

Netflix Inc.'s (NFLX) subscriber growth slowed in its first quarter over the final quarter of last year -- but how could it not given this stay-at-home pandemic year? Therese Poletti explains how Netflix has turned an important financial corner (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/there-is-a-new-normal-for-netflix-and-that-is-not-necessarily-a-bad-thing-11618961657).

More coverage of Netflix and streaming competitors:

What to know about an IPO

Oatly Group has filed a plan for an initial public offering of shares, with the backing of nine investment banks and celebrities including Oprah Winfrey and Jay-Z. Tonya Garcia shares five things to know (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/oatly-ipo-5-things-to-know-about-the-plant-based-dairy-company-before-it-goes-public-11619032045) before the oat-milk maker brings its shares to the market.

Red flags for the red-hot housing market

When living through a period of very high demand for anything, it's very difficult to be objective about how quickly the bubble may burst. Jeff Taylor describes new troubling signs (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/i-review-mortgages-and-i-see-3-areas-of-possible-trouble-in-the-housing-market-11619010993) he is seeing while reviewing mortgage loan files.

More about the red hot economy:

Bitcoin's bath

The price of bitcoin fell 18% from April 15 through April 22. But the chart above covers one year to add some perspective about how much the virtual currency has soared -- 643% through April 22. Here's more of what you need to know about cryptocurrencies this week:

How to win friends and influence politicians

Victor Reklaitis looks into how much the largest U.S. tech companies spend on lobbying (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/amazon-facebook-keep-up-their-sizable-spending-on-washington-lobbying-during-q1-11619021728).

Retirement and (avoiding) taxes

Chances are the bulk of your retirement savings will be in a 401(k) or similar tax-deferred retirement account. That money will be taxed as you withdraw it during retirement -- and there are big plans in Washington to increase tax rates. Ed Slott outlines steps you can take during your working years to minimize taxes later on (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/if-youre-in-your-50s-or-60s-consider-these-moves-to-avoid-higher-taxes-in-retirement-11618604035).

Earth Day's reminder about how investors can be rewarded

To mark Earth Day, President Joe Biden pledged the U.S. would lower greenhouse gas emissions 50% by 2030 (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/biden-to-pledge-halving-u-s-greenhouse-gases-by-2030-11618964085). That has obvious implications for investors. Rachel Koning Beals shares seven charts showing how the stock market places higher multiples on shares of companies that hat emit fewer greenhouse gases (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-greening-of-the-s-p-500-7-charts-for-earth-day-11619029602).

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