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Europe’s Banks Need to Merge, Get Bigger

With interest rates remaining very low — and no end to the low-rate regime in sight — banks of all sizes are having a hard time making a profit. John ...
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What Analysts Are Saying About Palo Alto Networks After Earnings

Palo Alto Networks Inc. (NYSE: PANW) reported fiscal fourth-quarter financial results after the markets closed on Tuesday. This cybersecurity firm posted relatively solid results for its fiscal fourth-quarter. However, the ...
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ADP Sets Muted Tone for Department of Labor Payrolls Report

If economists and investors were hoping for a super-strong payrolls report from the U.S. Department of Labor this Friday, their hopes may have just been muted by the ADP Payrolls ...
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Despite Caution About Gold, Merrill Lynch Has 4 Gold Stocks to Buy Now

It was one of the best trades of 2016, and investors who bought gold miners at the beginning of the year or the end of 2015 saw a stunning 31% ...
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What to Expect From Salesforce Earnings

Salesforce.com Inc. (NYSE: CRM) is scheduled to release its fiscal second-quarter financial results after the markets close on Wednesday. Although the stock has not kept up with markets in 2016, some ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Abercrombie, Alibaba, Baidu, First Data, Marvell Technology, Under Armour and More

Stocks are very close to all-time highs, but the markets were looking for direction after the ADP payrolls report did not create any massive buzz one way or another ahead ...
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Labor Day Holiday May Be a Good Time to Shop for a Car

Labor Day weekend has traditionally been one of the busiest times of the year for car dealers. New models typically arrive from the carmakers in early fall and dealers want ...
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Suffering From Another Debacle, Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes Is One of the Least Powerful People In The World

According to The Wall Street Journal, blood testing company Theranos and its CEO Elizabeth Holmes have suffered a new, major setback. Holmes was recently named one of 24/7 Wall St.'s ...
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Why Is Best Buy Selling Pet Food Bowls?

Call it diversification, but in a very off way. Consumer electronics giant Best Buy Co. Inc. (NYSE: BBY) sells pet food bowls. Personal computers, smartphones, game systems and appliances are ...
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3 Biotech Stocks Could Be the Next Big Takeover Targets

Just as the biotech segment was starting to regain lost ground, and was fast approaching 2016 highs, yet another speed bump was hit. The EpiPen controversy, and the resulting commentary again ...
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Highest Paying Jobs for High School Graduates

The typical college graduate in the United States makes roughly $23,000 more a year than the typical high school graduate. While a college degree generally qualifies workers for higher-paying jobs, ...
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Can Palo Alto Networks Keep This Growth Up?

Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (NYSE: PANW) reported fiscal fourth-quarter financial results after the markets closed on Tuesday. This has been a somewhat down year for this cybersecurity firm, but with ...
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G-III, Noble Corp. in Tuesday’s 52-Week Low Club

August 30, 2016: Here are four stocks trading with relatively heavy volume among 19 equities making new 52-week lows in Tuesday's session. NYSE decliners led advancers by just 3 percentage ...
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Boeing, Apple Sink DJIA Tuesday

August 30, 2016: Markets opened slightly higher Tuesday but equities dipped below the break-even line early and stayed there the rest of the day. The only sector trading higher late ...
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Will Venezuela’s Gold Sales Be Enough to Offset Lower Oil Production?

It is no secret that the low price of oil has created some serious problems for many of the world's oil producing nations. The consumer benefit just cannot offset the ...
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