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Banking on an growing interest rate and strategic initiatives, Hartford Financial (HIG) promises to garner hefty returns for investors.
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Sanderson Farms' (SAFM) fiscal Q1 earnings are likely to be impacted by high freight and SG&A expenses. However, solid export sales trend is likely to provide some cushion.
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Southwest Airlines Falls after It Cuts Unit Revenue OutlookSouthwest cuts unit revenue outlookSouthwest Airlines (LUV) stock was down 3.5% before markets opened today after the company lowered its first-quarter unit revenue outlook. In a
The former vice president’s firm Generation Investment Management also bought more Texas Instruments shares in the fourth quarter.
A PetroChina test oil well at a shale field in western China could finally mean a strong commercial potential for shale oil for the first time in the world’s top crude importer, according to Morgan Stanley
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Tuesday: Walmart Inc., up $2.21 to $102.20 The giant retailer's earnings beat analysts' forecasts as online sales grew, as did its grocery pickup and ...
Boeing Hits a 52-Week High: Will Its Momentum Continue?(Continued from Prior Part)Production ramp-upThe Boeing Company (BA) has been ramping up the production of its fast-selling 737 and 787 jet models to meet its 2019 delivery targets. The company
The alternative asset manager, whose $12.50-a-share bid was less than the $14 to $15 a share it had been expected to offer and was rejected, said Tuesday that it had “room to raise our price.” The earlier offer, rejected in a letter and press release Monday, represented a 23 percent premium over Navient’s average price during a two-month period, Canyon said. “While Canyon’s bankers initially were hopeful that an offer could be made at $14 to $15 a share, our due diligence raised material questions as to whether that would be justified,” Canyon said in a letter to Navient’s board dated Tuesday. Navient rose as much as 10 percent Tuesday, the biggest gain since November 2016.
Where Druckenmiller Suggests Investing amid Market Fluctuation(Continued from Prior Part)Druckenmiller’s top buysIn this article, we’ll discuss Stanley Druckenmiller’s top buys in the fourth quarter. Druckenmiller seemed to be positive on
In a fascinating and bizarre opinion issued Tuesday, Thomas invoked the original meaning of the Constitution and the 18th-century common law of libel to assault a landmark freedom-of-the-press decision, New York Times v. Sullivan. Thomas’s foray won’t become the law in the immediate future. It is also a powerful reminder that the Supreme Court doesn’t and shouldn’t use originalism to address the freedom of speech — a reality that Thomas has reflected in his own non-originalist free-speech opinions.
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