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Wal-Mart Cuts Money Transfer Fees

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE: WMT) announced Wednesday morning that it is cutting fees beginning today on its Walmart2Walmart money transfer service. Next month the company plans to introduce another transfer ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Amazon, Amex, Best Buy, GE, JPMorgan, Wells Fargo, Conagra and Many More

Stocks were putting in a second day of big gains, but rather than being a French cheer it was due to multiple Dow components posting strong earnings. Even though ...
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American Express, Goldman Sachs Dominate DJIA on Thursday

April 20, 2017: Markets opened higher Thursday and equities climbed steadily for the whole day.  The financials and industrials sectors posted the best gains for the day, while counter-cyclicals performed ...
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American Express Wins Big on Earnings Even Without Costco

American Express Co. (NYSE: AXP) reported first-quarter financial results after markets closed on Wednesday. The company posted $1.34 in earnings per share (EPS) and $7.89 billion in revenue, versus consensus ...
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Goldman Sachs, Johnson & Johnson Sink the DJIA Tuesday

April 18, 2017: Markets opened lower Tuesday after disappointing quarterly results from some big names. An announced snap election in Britain and the coming French elections also got tossed into ...
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4 Top Earnings to Look For on Wednesday

Markets took a turn for the worse on Tuesday after missed earnings from Goldman Sachs and Johnson & Johnson weighed down the Dow Jones Industrial Average. It also didn’t help that crude ...
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Top Dow Earnings to Watch For This Coming Week

24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of the Dow Jones Industrial Average companies scheduled to report their quarterly results this week. About one-third of the companies in the ...
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DuPont, Caterpillar Weigh on DJIA Monday

April 3, 2017: Markets opened higher Monday but were unable to hold the gains for very long. The Fed's FOMC minutes are due out Wednesday and the non-farm payrolls report ...
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Exxon, Goldman Sachs Lead DJIA Higher Thursday

March 30, 2017: Markets opened higher Thursday following the third and final estimate of fourth quarter GDP. After a sluggish start, equities got a lift from the financial sector and ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: American Express, Amgen, Encana, Gilead, Tesla and Many More

Stocks were indicated lower on Thursday ahead of Friday's key payrolls and unemployment report. The European Central Bank maintained rates at 0.00%. Now that the bull market is officially eight years ...
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Merrill Lynch Lifts Targets on 4 Blue-Chip Dividend Companies to Buy

Like the proverbial Energizer Bunny, the market just keeps going and going, and the money is flowing into equity mutual funds and exchange traded funds at a furious pace. Long-time ...
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New American Express Platinum $550 Fee a Rip Off for Many

American Express Co. (NYSE: AXP) has increased the annual fee for Platinum Card members by $100 to $550 as of March 30. The annual fee for current Platinum Card Membership ...
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Caterpillar Sinks DJIA on Thursday as Feds Search Facilities

March 2, 2017: Markets opened mixed Thursday as the bulls returned to their pastures for some much needed nourishment. Some profit-taking probably helped, but jobless claims were lower than expected. ...
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5 Merrill Lynch Dividend Stocks to Hide Out In When the Correction Comes

For investors not familiar with when or what “Black Monday” was: Monday October 19, 1987 was the day when stock markets around the world crashed, shedding a huge value in ...
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JPMorgan, American Express Dominate DJIA on Wednesday

March 1, 2017: Markets opened higher Wednesday largely on the generally favorable reaction to Tuesday evening's speech by President Donald Trump. Investors and business analysts still expect a rollback in regulation ...
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