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07 am Holding gains, with Beige Book ahead by Victor Reklaitis The main indexes continue to hold in positive territory following that news of progress toward a U.S. budget deal . That's probably one of the reasons why we've reversed, said Peter
Just how many deals with the devil did American companies and businesses make in order to ensure that they came out on top when Obamacare was fully implemented?...Nora Super to White House staffer Lauren Aronson on July 23, 2009 said: "We really need
The Soo Line building in Minneapolis was completed in 1915, built for the First National Bank of Minneapolis, which was a predecessor of today's U...Recently, its transformation into a cool apartment building was completed. GM Nov. Sales up 13.7%,..
ET UnitedHealth Group Inc. projected 2014 earnings and revenue below analysts expectations ahead of its annual investor conference in New York. The managed-care provider forecast per-share earnings of $5.40 to $5.60 and revenue of $128 billion to $
rose for the third straight month in November, as investors got increasingly comfortable with the improving economy and strengthening fundamentals among many of the most important companies in the average. In general, the market's rally has been
has had a smashing year, surging by nearly 20% since 2013 kicked off. UNH ) , which has jumped by more than 37% so far this year. It's been a big year for UnitedHealth, and investors certainly haven't been disappointed by the stock's run-up.
Every week Obamacare optimists come to the table with the thought that it can't get any worse or there won't be any additional delays, yet they wind up disappointed. Although part of this statement is true in that problems with the federally run
climbed above the 16,000 mark for the first time this week, with the average taking just over six months to go from hitting the 15,000 milestone for the first time to its latest achievement...Let's take a closer look at these four stocks to figure
Wall Street is bullish on President Barack Obama as the "Obama stock market rally" continues its upward trajectory. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) and the Standard & Poor's 500 Index (SPX) have http://
ET Insurers are slashing payments to medical practices in many of the plans they sell through the new health-law marketplacessparking worries that Americans signing up for coverage will have fewer doctors to choose from if low fees spark an exodus