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2014/12/29
By Andria Cheng, MarketWatch NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- They will take the burger, but not the stock, at least not just yet.
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2015/1/8
By Mark Hulbert, MarketWatch Stocks that should perform well even if the bull market is coming to an end CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (MarketWatch) -- The key to picking stocks in 2015 lies in an undeniable--but nevertheless underappreciated --
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Whirlpool Corp.
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2014/10/30
By David Weidner, MarketWatch SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- It is a conspiracy as deep and disturbing as anything Hollywood could come up with.
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By Jennifer Booton, MarketWatch Russians, North Koreans and insiders blamed for hack NEW YORK (MarketWatch)--The Sony/North Korea breach story is getting a little weirder.
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By AnnaMaria Andriotis Two big lenders are rolling out loan-modification programs for student-loan borrowers who are struggling to make their payments.
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By Sue Chang, MarketWatch , Mark DeCambre SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- These are the stocks making notable moves in the market on Thursday: Gainers Whole Foods Market Inc.(WFM) announced its third-quarter earnings rose 5.8% to $128 million, or 35 cents a share, and said it hiked its quarterly dividend by a penny to 13 cents a share.
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2014/11/4
By Philip van Doorn, MarketWatch "The largest and most persistent active investment opportunity is long-horizon mean reversion." That statement may not be the easiest to understand, but it essentially means that separating your emotions from investment decisions can make you a lot of money.
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By Jennifer Booton, MarketWatch NEW YORK (MarketWatch)--The 40-day quiet period on Alibaba Group's IPO underwriters is over and the consensus is in: China's largest e-commerce company is a global powerhouse, and it is on track to surpass Wal-Mart Stores as the world's largest marketplace within a few years.
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By Jennifer Booton, MarketWatch Consumers buying more health, baby and pet care products online Amazon.com Inc. is gradually lowering prices across several major consumer goods categories in an effort to bolster its retail business and better compete with offline retailers, a recent analysis of price trends conducted by Bernstein Research has revealed.
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2014/11/26
By Ana SwansonChina's central bank focuses on appearances, not substance China's central bank carried out one of its famous surprise moves last Friday.
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2014/12/3
By Ana SwansonChina's central bank focuses on appearances, not substance China's central bank carried out one of its famous surprise moves last Friday.
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2014/11/24
By John PrestboConsider lower-fee funds with broad-market exposure If you believe in buying when prices decline, you might want to think about adding commodities to your portfolio, either for the first time or enlarging your existing position.
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2014/12/2
By Henry ToThere are three arguments for this contrarian view British banker and politician Nathan Rothschild once said: "Buy when there's blood running in the streets." And blood is certainly spilling in the streets of the oil and gas industry.
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2014/12/1
By Henry ToThere are three arguments for this contrarian view British banker and politician Nathan Rothschild once said: "Buy when there's blood running in the streets." And blood is certainly spilling in the streets of the oil and gas industry.
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2014/11/7
By Shawn Langlois, MarketWatch A sad lot they are, those unfortunate souls who got spooked out of the market only to have to endure the smugness of those who stuck with it.
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2014/11/21
By Henry ToLess supply, greater demand, economic policies support prices We have been bearish on gold prices since January 2013, when it was trading above $1,650 an ounce.
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2014/11/13
By David Weidner, MarketWatch The financial media pull out the thesaurus to glorify the Wall Street millionaires SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Apologies in advance.
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2014/11/13
By David Weidner, MarketWatch The financial media pull out the thesaurus to glorify the Wall Street millionaires SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Apologies in advance.
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By Jennifer Booton, MarketWatch Watch Dec.
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By Andria Cheng, MarketWatch NEW YORK (MarketWatch)--While many marketers are shifting their advertising spending online from traditional media, online food-ordering service GrubHub Inc. is going in the opposite direction.
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2015/1/15
By David Weidner, MarketWatch Is Apple giving loyal customers less these days?
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By Andria Cheng, MarketWatch NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Abercrombie & Fitch Co.'s third-quarter release was ugly, and its outlook sharply missed Wall Street expectations, but that's not what investors were focusing on.
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By Tim Mullaney Mega-banks pose too much of a risk, lack focus and care too little about efficiency Say this for Jamie Dimon: The man's got cojones.
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By Tim Mullaney Mega-banks pose too much of a risk, lack focus and care too little about efficiency Say this for Jamie Dimon: The man's got cojones.
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2014/12/19
By Philip van Doorn, MarketWatch The OPEC meeting hammered oil stocks and rocked the energy industry MarketWatch rounded up the 10 most important news events of the past week.
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2015/1/6
By Tim Mullaney The president could push Republicans into a broader deal that extends his own policies For all of Barack Obama's activism as president, one of his biggest triumphs came when he shut up and did little: He stood aside and let private energy businesses create a boom out of hydraulic fracking, which has slashed natural gas prices by two-thirds and is busily doing the same to oil.
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2014/11/22
By Russ Britt, MarketWatch Expenses still outpace inflation, and are accelerating again This is the third installment of a four-part series.
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2014/11/20
By Russ Britt, MarketWatch Expenses still outpace inflation, and are accelerating again This is the third installment of a four-part series.
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