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GE Claims Financial Business Now Small Enough to Fail

After agreeing to sell it its investment management business to State Street Corp. (NYSE: STT), General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) now wants GE Capital, its financial arm and the parent ...
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Did GE Get Enough for Its Asset Management Sale?

General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) is getting ever further along the path to being viewed as an industrial conglomerate rather than as a conglomerate with a huge bank, lending and financial ...
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RBC Says to Stay Long the Market: These 4 Top Blue Chips Look Good

If one thing is clearly evident on Wall Street this year, it is that there is some very divergent thought among the major firms we cover. Some are still very ...
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The 4 Stocks That Held The Dow Up on Monday

March 28, 2016: Markets opened higher on Monday after the three-day weekend and an early morning report on personal spending. The PCE index excluding food and energy rose 0.1% which ...
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The 5 Most Shorted NYSE Stocks: Pfizer Surges to the Top

After a rough first two months of the year for the markets, things finally started to look up in March, though plenty of uncertainty remained. And interest in almost all ...
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Dollar Weakness Helps Dividend-Paying Multinationals: 4 to Buy Now

One thing that all the great management and product ideas in the world can’t help is currency strength, and for the past year the dollar has marched steadily higher against ...
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As GE Exits Financial Assets, Goldman Sachs Grows Its Banking Operations

General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) is one step further along the lines of pairing down its financial assets. The Federal Reserve Board announced on Monday that it has approved the application ...
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The 4 Stocks That Dominated the DJIA on Thursday

March 17, 2016: Markets opened slightly higher on Thursday following solid gains on Wednesday following the FOMC announcement. The Nasdaq Composite traded lower until the noon hour, but the other ...
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S&P 500 Moves Back Toward All-Time High

The S&P 500 reached an all-time high of 2,130.82 on May 21, 2015. As it approaches the anniversary of the peak, it may well surpass it. The S&P 500 currently sits ...
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The 5 Most Shorted NYSE Stocks: Chesapeake Energy Leads the Trend

After six weeks of uncertainty and high volatility, the markets seemed to begin to settle down in late February and many stocks began to recover. Most of the stocks traded ...
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How GE May Outspend and Outshine Apple on Major Stock Buybacks in 2016

Investors love dividends and buybacks as the top two methods of returning capital to shareholders. Dividends can make up more than half of total returns through time, but buybacks can ...
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The 18 Companies That Will Buy Back the Most Stock in 2016

When corporations are profitable and established, they tend to return capital to shareholders. This can be achieved via stock buybacks to shrink the float and to support the stock, or ...
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The 5 Most Shorted NYSE Stocks: Chesapeake Bucks the Trend

Most of the stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange with the greatest number of shares short saw their short interest decline, at least a little, between the January ...
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Top Hedge Funds Love These 5 Big Blue-Chip Dividend-Paying Stocks

Hedge funds had a very rough 2015, partially because the market performance overall was lousy, and many of them have started 2016 exactly the same way, with some down big ...
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Why Staples and GE May Matter in a Merger of Honeywell and United Tech

Big mergers make for big business. The larger the deal, the larger the opportunity. That also is followed by the highest stakes regarding regulatory concerns. So what are investors and consumers ...
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