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Koshinski Asset Management Inc. now owns 14,572 shares of the oil and gas company's stock valued at $1,824,000 after buying an additional 1,077 shares in the last quarter. Now it had 19,768 shares held by the institutional investor. Investors sentiment increased to 1.11 in Q4 2017. During the last month, the stock has changed 3.20% and performed -0.45% over the last 6 months.
  • Trump Suggests More Tariffs May Be Coming

    Trump Suggests More Tariffs May Be Coming

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    While the broader USA equity market recovered somewhat as the day wore on industrial stocks were still down significantly by late afternoon. Investors in the S&P 500's technology sector were also rattled since it has the biggest revenue exposure to China out of the benchmark's 11 major sectors.
  • Nadal levels Spain with Germany in Davis Cup quarterfinals

    Nadal levels Spain with Germany in Davis Cup quarterfinals

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    The Spaniard hit 28 forehand winners throughout the two-hour, 33-minute clash at the bullring venue to score his 23rd consecutive Davis Cup singles victory and level the tie at 1-1. Rafael Nadal faces a potentially season-defining Davis Cup weekend as the 16-time Grand Slam champion returns for his first appearance since hobbling out of the Australian Open in January with a crippling hip injury.
  • Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM)

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    The stock increased 4.22% or $9.12 during the last trading session, reaching $225.05. About 14.20M shares traded. It has underperformed by 20.84% the S&P500. The stock has "Buy" rating by Stifel Nicolaus on Thursday , November 12. BTIG Research maintained it with "Sell" rating and $11000 target in Wednesday, August 2 report.
  • American Airlines orders 47 Boeing 787 Dreamliners

    American Airlines orders 47 Boeing 787 Dreamliners

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    American has been looking at alternatives for the order for 22 A350s that it gained through its 2013 merger with US Airways since past year, and recently outlined a need to make a decision on what to do with its aging 767-300ER fleet. American Airlines has chosen Boeing 787s to replace older aircraft as it doubles its Dreamliner fleet. They are scheduled to join its fleet beginning in 2020.
  • Dept. of Health investigates 6 possible cases of E. coli

    Dept. of Health investigates 6 possible cases of E. coli

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    In an interview with New Jersey 101.5, state epidemiologist Dr. Tina Tan said the cases could be connected to different locations of a restaurant chain. Individuals could have eaten a number of meals in a number of places before becoming ill. They could have eaten at several restaurants, at home or eaten food purchased at a supermarket.
  • Stocks dive as U.S. proposes more China tariffs

    Stocks dive as U.S. proposes more China tariffs

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    Trump's latest unexpected move on China threatens to unravel efforts by top U.S. and Chinese trade officials to lower the heat and reach an agreement that could stave off an escalating conflict. Chinese markets were closed for a holiday. That increases the risk of intellectual property theft through means such as cyberattacks. The European Union imports $130 million in cranberries, or 38% of US exports.
  • Astute Investors Are Taking a Second Look at Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA)

    Astute Investors Are Taking a Second Look at Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA)

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    Tremblant Capital Group who had been investing in Tesla Inc (Put) for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $51.64B market cap company. Nelson Roberts Inv Limited Liability Com reported 0.01% stake. As for a performance, the company knocking up trend of 0.67% since start of the year and revealed shows upbeat performance moved up activity of -3.63% for the past three months.
  • China Trade War Latest: Trump Raises the Stakes By Another $100 Billion

    China Trade War Latest: Trump Raises the Stakes By Another $100 Billion

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    This has escalated the trade stand-off that has been going on between the two countries. China responded by imposing similar measures on $3 billion worth of US pork, fruit and other items. On Tuesday, the White House went ahead with tariffs that target manufacturing technology, arguing that Chinese trade practices have unfairly hurt US business.
  • CWG 2018 : Hearing on Cards After Syringes Appear in Games Village

    CWG 2018 : Hearing on Cards After Syringes Appear in Games Village

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    If any country fails to adhere to this CGF No Needle Policy, it could lead to the exposure of the athlete (s) and the entourage responsible for carrying out this action and they will have to undergo additional testing and sanctions as prescribed by the CWG Medical Commission and the CWG Federation Court.
  • Gerresheimer (GXI) Receives Neutral Rating from Deutsche Bank

    Gerresheimer (GXI) Receives Neutral Rating from Deutsche Bank

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    The firm presently has a "buy" rating on the stock. Measuring its EPS growth this year at 118.3%. Furthermore, the percentage of stocks above their 50-day moving average helps determine the overall health of the market. It is simply DB stock's average closing price over the last 50 days. At the same time as, it has debt to equity ratio of 2.58 and similar long term debt to equity ratio was 2.58.
  • Wall Street losses accelerate as trade concerns mount

    Wall Street losses accelerate as trade concerns mount

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    President Donald Trump said he had instructed U.S. trade officials to consider $100 billion in additional tariffs on China . The S&P 500 , which many index funds track, lost 58.37 points, or 2.2 percent, to 2,604.47. China's tariffs, announced Wednesday, would place 25% duties on major American exports to China including airplanes, autos and soybeans, covering 106 categories of products and affecting $50 billion of goods.
  • Augusta National adds women's tournament to Masters week run-up

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    The Masters already hosts the finals of a national "Drive, Pitch and Putt" competition for male and female youth golfers on the Sunday before Masters week. "We plan to have a very distinctive award for the victor of this event, and we think in time that will become iconic". In 2012, Condoleeza Rice, the former Secretary of State for George W.
  • Bon-Ton warns of mass layoff if company is not sold

    Bon-Ton warns of mass layoff if company is not sold

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    These layoffs will only occur if the company fails to attract a buyer at a bankruptcy auction scheduled for Monday, April 9. Siouxfalls.Business reports that the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in February. Bon-Ton now operates more than 200 stores across 23 states, under the nameplates of Bon-Ton, Bergner's, Boston Store, Carson's, Elder-Beerman, Herberger's and Younkers.
  • NJ couple awareded $37M in Johnson & Johnson baby powder cancer case

    NJ couple awareded $37M in Johnson & Johnson baby powder cancer case

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    The jury awarded Lanzo $30 million and his wife $7 million after finding Johnson & Johnson responsible for 70 percent of the damages and Imerys (the company's talc supplier) responsible for 30 percent. NJ Investment banker, Stephen Lanzo and his wife win $37M from Johnson and Johnson after jury agrees that its talcum powder led to asbestos minerals causing cancer.
  • Facebook will verify identities of popular Pages and political ad buyers

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    A former Cambridge Analytica employee, Christopher Wylie, said the firm got Facebook information through an app in order to build psychological profiles on a large portion of the USA electorate. When pressed on whether Facebook was anxious about fines from the Federal Trade Commission, Sandberg steered the interview toward a different issue: fake news.