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E Market Briefing For Friday, Jan. 19
Article By: Gene Inger Friday, January 19, 2018 7:15 AM EDT
Because of the political environment about current shutdown concerns, it's hard to say that today is the decline's resumption.
In this article: IBM, TXN, EADSF, SPX, VIX Also: BA, AAPL
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Airbus Takes On Boeing By Striking Deal For Bombardier Ownership Stake
Article By: Tyler Durden Wednesday, October 18, 2017 4:59 AM EDT
Airbus and Boeing are each other's primary rival. By acquiring the ownership stake in the C-Series, Airbus is killing two birds with one stone.
In this article: BA, EADSF
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1Q In The Can
Article By: Marvin R Clark Saturday, April 1, 2017 9:59 AM EDT
The Dow Industrial Average posted a 4.9% gain since the start of the year, its sixth straight quarterly gain, its longest streak since 2006. Over the past 6 quarters, the Dow is up 30%.
In this article: BA, CS, CVX, GS, HD, MMM, T, V, VZ, EADSF, AAPL, GOOG, NFLX, OILB, USO, FB, SPX, GOOGL, CCV
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Another Record High For The Nasdaq Composite
Article By: Marvin R Clark Wednesday, February 8, 2017 10:50 PM EDT
Another record high for the Nasdaq Composite, its 12th all-time close of 2017.
In this article: AGN, ALK, BA, BAC, DAL, GS, HUM, SYT, T, TWX, ACDVF, EADSF, VLKAF, INTC, MCHP, PNRA
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Confidently Waiting - Financial Review
Article By: Marvin R Clark Monday, September 14, 2015 10:00 PM EDT
The story that will be leading markets throughout this week will be Thursday’s Federal Reserve interest rate decision.
In this article: DB, F, GM, SLH, EADSF, AAPL, FCAU
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Huge Shipping Delays For Toyota, Deere, Walmart, Etc. In Wake Of Tianjin Warehouse Explosion
Article By: Mish Shedlock Monday, August 17, 2015 8:58 PM EDT
In the wake of the gigantic Tianjin warehouse explosion on August 12 repercussions are still being felt.
In this article: DE, GSK, TM, WMT, EADSF, VLKAY
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Airbus Thinks Big With Small Electric Plane
Article By: OilPrice Monday, June 2, 2014 3:37 PM EDT
Airbus Group, the international consortium that makes huge jetliners, has a new kind of aircraft: a tiny, electrically powered plane called the E-Fan. The E-Fan produces zero emissions and virtually no noise, all at a fraction of the cost. And... it actually works.
In this article: EADSF
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