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  1. Friday Five: Heinz-Kraft Deal Makes for a Tasty Combo

    The packaged-foods merger makes sense from a strategic standpoint, says Morningstar markets editor Jeremy Glaser . Plus, the Fed guessing game continues, and more.

  2. Johnson: Slow-and-Steady Economy Continues in 2015

    Recent data looks a little soft, but a better housing market should buoy up the weaker areas of the economy and make for a steady, staid 2015, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

  3. The Future Looks Bright for This Wide-Moat Utility

    ITC boasts much higher returns on capital and significantly lower risk than other utilities thanks to its friendlier regulatory situation, says Morningstar's Matt Coffina.

  4. New Energy Outlook Brings Fair Values Down

    After lowering our forecast for oil and gas prices, fair values across the energy sector have generally dropped, but some E&P and midstream names are reasonably valued, says Morningstar's Matt Coffina.

  5. Friday Five: Fed Guessing Game Continues

    The exact timing of an ultimate rate hike shouldn't worry long-term investors. Plus, FedEx outdoes UPS, Oracle stands its ground, and more.

  6. Finding the Dividend Growth and Income Sweet Spot

    A balanced approach to dividend income and growth generates the best risk-adjusted outcome, says Morningstar's Josh Peters.

  7. 5 Wide-Moat Stocks That Were Left Behind in 2014

    It was a good year for wide-moat stocks overall, but Exxon, Amazon, and a few others lagged the market, says Morningstar markets editor Jeremy Glaser .

  8. Friday Five: What Will the Fed Do Now?

    With inflation still low, a faster rate hike is not a foregone conclusion, says Morningstar markets editor Jeremy Glaser . Plus, one step forward, one step back for Greece, and more.

  9. Why Dividends Trump Buybacks

    Though both are preferable to accumulating cash, paying dividends is a better method for preserving shareholder value, says Morningstar's Matt Coffina.

  10. Slower Earnings Growth Likely in 2015

    The robust earnings growth of recent years is unsustainable and will probably slow to 4% to 6% over the long run, says Morningstar's Matt Coffina.

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