• Major Hot Stocks: U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB) , Barclays PLC (NYSE:BCS)
Major Hot Stocks: U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB) , Barclays PLC (NYSE:BCS)

The company's strengths can be seen in multiple areas, such as its revenue growth, growth in earnings per share , increase in net income, expanding profit margins and increase in stock price during the past year. EWBC quarterly performance is 14.06% while firm's price to sale ratio is 5.16 and price to book ratio is 1.70. Massachusetts Services Co...

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  • Stocks to Track Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS), Cousins Properties Inc (NYSE:CUZ)
Stocks to Track Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS), Cousins Properties Inc (NYSE:CUZ)

Plus, Merrill Lynch grabs UBS planners who managed $750 million in client assets. Revenue from Morgan Stanley's wealth management arm rose to $3.9 billion from $3.6 billion. That's a big quarter for Morgan Stanley's fixed income, or FICC, division, which was among the weakest on Wall Street in recent quarters. That put annualized return on ...

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  • 'Lucky' pennies worth $1000 are strewn across 10 major cities
'Lucky' pennies worth $1000 are strewn across 10 major cities

If you see a penny, pick it up, then all day, you'll have good luck - and possibly $1,000! The penny features the Ally Financial logo on one side and "100,000 cents" on the other. "At Ally, we believe every cent counts", the company's website reads. If you find a lucky penny, head to the website - allyluckypenny.com - and enter the code.

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  • N. Korea mid-range ballistic missile explodes during launch
N. Korea mid-range ballistic missile explodes during launch

The council agreed to take "further significant measures". This latest provocation comes after the launch of 22 ballistic missiles and tests of two nuclear devices already this year - all against United Nation's resolutions. bases across "the Pacific operation theater". Schilling also wrote that the increased testing could mean the missiles w...

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  • French court rejects bid to halt Calais camp demolition
French court rejects bid to halt Calais camp demolition

The camp is due to be razed to the ground before Christmas, and possibly as early as next week, with residents dispersed to other parts of France. But the reactions to the arrival of the first children refugees have not all been positive.

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  • Netflix Tops Forecasts Thanks to 'Narcos,' 'Stranger Things'
Netflix Tops Forecasts Thanks to 'Narcos,' 'Stranger Things'

It also said it added more than 50 percent subscribers more than it expected, as original shows such as " Stranger Things " enticed new worldwide viewers and preserved US customers. Netflix said drug-cartel drama Narcos , which returned for a second season in September, had "a positive impact on member acquisition across all of our markets".

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  • UK lawmakers press government for vote on Brexit talks
UK lawmakers press government for vote on Brexit talks

But the Prime Minister stressed the 23 June vote also meant "we should control the movement of people from the European Union into the UK". "The idea that parliament wasn't going to be able to discuss, debate, question issues around" Brexit was "frankly completely wrong", May said, over interruptions.

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  • Verizon Closing Call Centers in 5 States, Impacting 3200 Workers
Verizon Closing Call Centers in 5 States, Impacting 3200 Workers

Employees unable to locate "or who do not secure other assignments" will be offered a separation package. Employees who choose to relocate to another call center in another part of the country will be offered a relocation assistance package in the area of $10,000 per employee according to Murphy.

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  • Warren Buffett responds to Donald Trump's tax comments
Warren Buffett responds to Donald Trump's tax comments

He again dismissed the contention that Trump can't release his own return because of an audit by the Internal Revenue Service. His federal income tax for the year was $1,845,557 and returns for previous years are "of a similar nature" in respect to contributions, deductions and tax rates, he said.

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  • China's yuan officially joins the SDR
China's yuan officially joins the SDR

In a statement Friday in Washington, IMF chief Christine Lagarde called the yuan action an "historic milestone". This is the first time the SDR has been expanded to include an additional currency . With growing attention to the effect brought by the inclusion of the Chinese yuan to the worldwide financial system, the world now expects Chin...

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  • 'Honest Abe never lied': Trump mocks Clinton for citing Lincoln at debate
'Honest Abe never lied': Trump mocks Clinton for citing Lincoln at debate

Clinton said during the debate Sunday that she had made the remark at the time after seeing the Stephen Spielberg-directed film, Lincoln . That's the good thing that's a big difference between Abraham Lincoln and you. Clinton cited the recent conclusion by the US intelligence community that Russian Federation was behind the hack of the Democrati...

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  • New Jersey Senate approves 23-cent increase in gas tax
New Jersey Senate approves 23-cent increase in gas tax

In exchange for the higher gas tax, the bills reduce the sales tax rate in phases and eliminate the estate tax, which now applies to estates valued over $675,000. In early July, Christie halted all but the most essential projects paid for with the state's Transportation Trust Fund, including $2.7 billion of NJ Transit projects.

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  • Notley says province won't support federal carbon levy without pipeline
Notley says province won't support federal carbon levy without pipeline

Putting a price on carbon is central in fighting climate change while growing a stronger economy, Trudeau added. "Regardless what action B.C. does or doesn't take on the carbon tax, that doesn't absolve them of the responsibility or ensure that we do have a plan that gets B.C.

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  • Wal-Mart increases stake in China's JD.com
Wal-Mart increases stake in China's JD.com

Industry experts had expected Walmart to have just eight warehouses by the end of 2018. The announcement on Thursday accompanied strategic plans to recover from the expected slow-down in revenue growth over the next few years, in addition to accelerating the pace of remodeling existing stores.

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  • Snapchat Parent Company Planning IPO as Early as March
Snapchat Parent Company Planning IPO as Early as March

An IPO valued at $US25 billion ($A33 billion) would be significantly higher than Snapchat's most recent valuation of $US17.81 billion ($A23.47 billion), based on a $US1.81 billion ($A2.39 billion) financing round in May. What this tells us: Unlike its parent company, which has made several unsuccessful Snapchat clones , Instagram actually know...

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  • Stocks rise in midday trading, led by energy and banks
Stocks rise in midday trading, led by energy and banks

The S&P 500 index lost 7.07 points, or 0.3 percent, to 2,161.20. The Nasdaq Composite Index declined 11.13 points, or 0.2%, to 5,290.09. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan .MIAPJ0000PUS slid 0.5 percent in early trading.

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  • Kaine? Pence? America wonders who they are
Kaine? Pence? America wonders who they are

But breaking with your opponent in a studio interview is one thing, doing it on stage next to an opponent who wants to pummel your running mate is something else entirely. 2s. Pence , Donald Trump's running mate, has so many things that he must accomplish - some of which contradict each other - that there is nearly no way he can do it all.

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  • Stocks, euro rise as Deutsche Bank shares rebound
Stocks, euro rise as Deutsche Bank shares rebound

At one moment in frenzied early trading, the bank's stock fell another 8 percent to below 10 euros a share for the first time, before recovering somewhat to trade 6 percent lower at 10.20 euros. Deutsche Bank's chief executive has made an appeal for calm, telling employees that worries over the bank's financial health are vastly overstated.

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  • French 'rogue trader' Kerviel to learn if must pay billions
French 'rogue trader' Kerviel to learn if must pay billions

In October 2010, a French court had ordered Mr. Kerviel to repay the EUR4.9 billion he cost the bank by making huge unauthorized trades. January 24: Societe Generale claims it is a victim of "fraud" to the tune of 4.9 billion euros at the hands of Kerviel, then aged 31.

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  • Latest Wal-Mart Stores Inc
Latest Wal-Mart Stores Inc

Finally, RBC Capital Markets reissued an "underperform" rating and issued a $76.00 price target (up previously from $73.00) on shares of Wal-Mart Stores in a report on Friday, August 19th. Whaley sold 1,100 shares of the stock in a transaction that occurred on Friday, August 26th. While looking at the Stock's Performance, Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

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