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Nashville Leads List of Windiest American Cities

For those who think Chicago deserves the title of the "Windiest City in America," think again. Based on new research, Nashville holds that title. Chicago is not even in the ...
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Tuesday’s Top Biopharma Movers

Some biotech and pharma companies were on the move Tuesday. A few of the smaller caps made tremendous gains on the day, as the fourth-quarter earnings season is kicking off. ...
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Noble Energy Acquires 171,000 Permian Basin Acres in Clayton Williams Deal

Independent oil and gas company Noble Energy Inc. (NYSE: NBL) announced Monday that it has agreed to acquire Clayton Williams Energy Inc. (NASDAQ: CWEI) in a cash and stock transaction that ...
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What to Expect From 2 Megabanks Reporting Wednesday

The U.S. economy is building momentum, and a large part of this has been the financial sector. A couple megabanks that have contributed massively to the rally are looking to report ...
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Jefferies Positive on Energy for 2017: 3 Large Cap Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

The biggest news in the energy markets last year became a reality on January 1 as OPEC finally cut its production for the first time in years. While it is ...
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Big Acquisition Doubles Exxon Mobil’s Permian Basin Oil Assets

If there is one area of the United States that continues to enchant and enthrall energy investors and operators alike, it would have to be the Permian Basis. The abundance ...
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GM Set to Announce $1 Billion US Investment, Creation of 1,000 Jobs

According to a report at The Wall Street Journal, General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) will announce Tuesday a plan to invest at least $1 billion in new investments in the U.S. ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: American Express, JPMorgan, Netflix, Nordstrom, Twitter and Many More

Stocks were indicated to open lower on Tuesday after a three-day weekend. Despite the Dow Jones Industrial Average not yet cracking the elusive 20,000 mark, there is a path for the ...
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Morgan Stanley Posts Solid Win in Q4

Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) posted its fourth-quarter financial results before the markets opened on Tuesday. The company said that it had $0.81 in earnings per share (EPS) and $9.0 billion ...
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4 Red-Hot Software Stocks to Buy Before Q4 Earnings Reports

The first week of the new earnings season is out of the way, and the big week is coming up, albeit shortened due to the Martin Luther King holiday. One ...
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Ford’s 2016 EU Sales Growth Trails GM, FCA

New car registrations in the European Union (EU) for the month of December totaled 1.14 million units, up about 30,000 units compared with December of last year. Year over year, ...
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UnitedHealth Takes Aim at New 52-Week High After Solid Earnings

UnitedHealth Group Inc. (NYSE: UNH) reported fourth-quarter and full-year 2016 results before markets opened Tuesday morning. The health insurance and benefits management firm reported adjusted diluted quarterly earnings per share ...
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The 25 Most Expensive Homes in America Today

Every day, there are a number of homes for sale in the United States at prices above $100 million. And there are at least 25 for sale at prices over ...
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Can Trump’s Inauguration TV Ratings Top Reagan’s Record?

Ronald Reagan's first inaugural address was viewed by 41.8 million people via TV, the top rating among the inaugurations of modern American presidents. George W. Bush's second inaugural address was viewed ...
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Unmanned Military Weapons to Hit 93,000 Within 10 Years

The use of ground forces, fighter bombers and surveillance planes will be obsolete, when it comes to many of the tasks they perform. They will be replaced, in many cases ...
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