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In some cases the primary will determine who wins a race, since no candidate from another political party filed for the fall general election. Polls are open from 6:30 a.m.to 7:30 p.m. About 293,000 of the state's 6.9 million registrants either voted at early-voting sites across the state before they closed Saturday or have turned in mail-in absentee ballots, according to state elections board data.
  • Bullish or Bearish Territory: Gramercy Property Trust (GPT)

    Bullish or Bearish Territory: Gramercy Property Trust (GPT)

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    Target Price/Analysts Mean Suggestion: Mostly, a price target is an individual analyst's expectation on the future price of a security, usually a stock. (NASDAQ: PBCT ) displayed a change of 0.33% in final minutes of Thursday's trading session after which it closed the day' session at $18.47. GPT has 719,270 shares volume.
  • Raises Position in The Walt Disney Company (DIS)

    Raises Position in The Walt Disney Company (DIS)

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    The stock increased 0.99% or $1 during the last trading session, reaching $102.15. About 10.18M shares traded or 28.63% up from the average. Walt Disney Co shares fell $0.82 (-0.80%) in premarket trading Tuesday. Investors sentiment increased to 0.9 in Q4 2017. The co's performance for 6 months was isolated positively of 2.14%, 1-year performance stands at -9.01% and year to date showing plunged performance of -5.92%.
  • Valeant to change name as part of image rebuild

    Valeant to change name as part of image rebuild

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    HC Wainwright reiterated a "hold" rating and issued a $16.00 target price on shares of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International in a research note on Thursday, March 15th. The specialty pharmaceutical company reported $0.98 earnings per share for the quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $0.96 by $0.02. During the same quarter past year, the company earned $1.26 earnings per share.
  • Buffett tells investors stick with stocks, avoid Bitcoin

    Buffett tells investors stick with stocks, avoid Bitcoin

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    Speaking at the annual shareholder meeting of his Berkshire Hathaway Inc . conglomerate, Buffett maintained that healthcare is a "tapeworm" on American businesses, hurting their ability to compete with rivals in other countries. [But] I see an artificial speculative medium", he said . "We bought about five per cent of the company", he said . One of the world's greatest investors, Warren Buffett is a hero of mine.
  • Nissan sounds death knell for diesel

    Nissan sounds death knell for diesel

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    It comes after a significant decline in sales was sparked past year by new measures introduced by governments to curb their use in a bid to reduce air pollution in their respective nations. Volkswagen is now emerging from a 2015 diesel emissions scandal that resulted in about $30 billion in expenses including fines. "Along with other manufacturers and industry organizations, we are seeing a gradual decline in interest in diesel cars, but we do not expect a sudden complete use of diesel ...
  • Japan's Takeda clinches $62 billion deal to buy drugmaker Shire

    Japan's Takeda clinches $62 billion deal to buy drugmaker Shire

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    This is good news for Shire shareholders - since a large proportion of the payment for the deal is in Takeda shares, the value they get depends on Takeda's share price. The transaction - approved by the boards of both companies - is expected to close in the first half of 2019. Shire gives Takeda a larger presence in the USA and expertise in rare diseases, an increasingly important area for pharmaceutical companies as patents on established drugs expire.
  • California to mandate solar panels on new homes

    California to mandate solar panels on new homes

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    The solar energy-powered homes would be backed up by the electrical grid, which would help power homes in the nighttime hours when there is no sun. There will be exemptions for homes that either can't fit solar panels or would be blocked by taller buildings or trees, but you'll otherwise have to go green if your property is brand new.
  • Michelle Obama says no miracle candidate will 'save' America

    Michelle Obama says no miracle candidate will 'save' America

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    Ignoring the many failings of Clinton as a candidate, Obama sounded much like her husband, Barack Obama, assigning blame to women for being too hesitant to elect a woman as president. Ellis Ross , a 45-year-old unmarried actress without any children, asked Obama her thoughts on what today's children should be dreaming about. Obama also added that it was frustrating "watching men fail up" and "blow it and win".
  • Rupee breaches 67-mark on higher dollar demand

    Rupee breaches 67-mark on higher dollar demand

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    On other hand, Nifty 50 was trading at 10,732.95 above 17.45 points or 0.16%. The rupee breached the psychological barrier of ₹67 against the dollar amid strong demand for the USA currency from importers, as crude oil rose to $75 a barrel.
  • Navios Maritime Partners LP (NMM) EPS Estimated At $0.02 on May, 28

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    The business is scheduled to report its next quarterly earnings report on Tuesday, May 15th. Navios Maritime Partners L.P. (NYSE: NMM ) has declined 9.84% since May 7, 2017 and is downtrending. 8 funds opened positions while 7 raised stakes. 12,284 are held by Legal & General Grp Incorporated Pcl. Additionally, the price to earnings ratio is another popular way for analysts and investors to determine a company's profitability.
  • Stamp Out Hunger set for May 12

    Stamp Out Hunger set for May 12

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    To participate, residents are asked to leave nonperishable food items in a plastic or paper bag by the home's mailbox by 8 a.m. Participants should leave non-perishable food donations in a bag by their mailbox on Saturday, and their letter carrier will collect it.
  • Disney Might Not Buy Fox After All

    Disney Might Not Buy Fox After All

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    Disney said in its initial announcement that buying Fox assets would allow the company-which already owns Marvel and most of its properties-to "reunite the X-Men, Fantastic Four, and Deadpool" with the rest of its Marvel brands. Comcast at first criticized its powerful stock for a reason for Murdoch to accept a bargain from the greatest USA cable provider instead of Disney.
  • Lottery ticket worth about $570000 sold in Primm

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    A single ticket-holder will be entitled to $570,123, before taxes, officials said. A news release from the lottery commission gave no information on who bought the winning ticket or where they are from. Officials say winners can claim their prizes during normal business hours at any of the nine California Lottery District Offices . None of the tickets had the Mega number - 21.
  • Cheap food: Teacher Appreciation Week burritos, pizza

    Cheap food: Teacher Appreciation Week burritos, pizza

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    Ann Taylor/LOFT - Take 15 percent off full-price purchases. Get 20% off the publisher's price for books purchased for classroom use, and 25% off the publisher's price for certain "Educator Appreciation" days. Costco: All year round teachers can sign up for a Costco membership and receive $ 60 in savings . Must show valid ID. Hanes: 10 percent off purchases from Hanes.com, Champion.com, OneHanesPlace.com and JustMySize.com - for both active teachers and retired educators.
  • New wireless alert system to be tested on mobile devices across Canada

    New wireless alert system to be tested on mobile devices across Canada

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    Users with compatible devices connected to an LTE network will hear a tone similar to an ambulance alarm or feel a vibration for eight seconds. The rest of the country will test the system on Wednesday. But it added that Canada has safeguards in place to prevent false signals from being distributed to mobile devices. Representatives from wireless carriers BCE Inc., Rogers Communications Inc.