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What a GE Appliances Sale-Block Might Mean On a Larger Scale

General Electric Company (NYSE: GE) may have just found a very unlikely outcome in its GE Appliances unit sale. GE has been wanting out of the appliances unit for years. ...
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Ford F-150 Sales Continue to Collapse

After repeated assurances that sales of Ford's flagship F-150 would rise as production of the new generation model came online, the opposite held true in June. Sales of the F-Series ...
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How Much Does a Boeing 747-8 Cost?

The first 747-100 from Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) was put into service in 1970, and those first planes sold at a list price of $24 million. Adjusting for inflation, that ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Brinker, Cypress Semi, Starbucks, Windstream and More

Stocks were indicated higher on Wednesday on hopes that the latest Greek overtures might get accepted by creditors. Yet again, investors have continued the nearly four-year-old trend of buying every ...
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6 Analyst Stocks Predicted to Double

June brought a lot of investor volatility toward the end of the month. Some sectors and stocks made big moves, and some are expected to make even larger moves in ...
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4 Oil Stocks to Buy as Second Half 2015 Activity Set to Jump

When markets sell off risky assets, the first out of the chute are the high-beta momentum stocks. The important tact for long-term investors is continue to look at areas already ...
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Fitbit Gets Strongest Analyst Recommendation Yet

Fitbit Inc. (NYSE: FIT) is still within the confines of its quiet period after its solid initial public offering. While the firms in the underwriting syndicate are not yet allowed ...
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Why This Analyst Sees Google Driving Twitter Higher

The purpose of social media is to network, connect with others and share information and experiences. As one of the larger names in social media, Twitter Inc. (NYSE: TWTR) must ...
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Wal-Mart Labels Some Foreign-Made Products as Made in the USA

A nonprofit organization that investigates false and deceptive advertising practices has taken on the world’s largest retailer, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE: WMT), for claiming that some of the products advertised ...
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Bull and Bear

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apollo, Petrobras, Shopify, Fitbit, Sarepta, Lowe’s and More

Stocks were indicated with a bounce on Tuesday after Greece and Puerto Rico acted as sell-off catalysts on Monday. The trend that keeps proving itself for almost four years now ...
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3 Tech Hardware Stocks to Buy With Huge Potential Upside

If you combine the end of the quarter with the groundhog day Greece debacle, that is about all that was needed to have a tipping point. The good thing is ...
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What Celgene Now Means for Juno

As the health care sector remains hot, it is logical to expect ongoing mergers and acquisitions action to continue. Then there are the collaborative efforts within the sector that should continue. ...
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Boeing Loses Korean Tanker Contract to Airbus

Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) and European rival Airbus compete with one another for essentially every sale either company makes. It is no wonder then that keeping score has become a ...
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States Drinking the Most Beer

About 213,029 barrels of beer, or 6.6 billion gallons, were shipped into the United States in 2013, down slightly from the year before. U.S. beer shipments, used to capture consumption ...
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Supreme Court Ruling Does Not Save the Coal Companies

The U.S. Supreme Court Monday threw the U.S. coal industry at lifeline with a five to four ruling ordering the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to take into account the ...
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