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The management are looking to focus on higher-return assets.
It's a small company rapidly growing into a larger one.
Amazon.com's chart has the makings of a bullish W pattern.
OPEC production jumped in March, Fed may allow banks to include some muni bonds among high quality liquid assets, investors sell out of U.K. government bond market ahead of elections.
The deal is consistent with the management's strategy.
An inverse head-and-shoulders pattern has us quite bullish.
Its surge into food delivery is proof of its aggressive efforts to gain market share.
S&P downgraded Greece's credit rating to CCC+, earnings include Goldman Sachs (GS), American Express (AXP) and Schlumberger (SLB), after their IPOs Etsy (ETSY), Virtu Financial (VIRT), Party City (PRTY) debut.
Quarterly sales and EPS top consensus.
Services Group reports solid quarterly earnings.