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We're closing out the holidays with yet another big mover: it's Avis, the car rental company.
It's officially a Santa Claus rally: the market is hitting an all-time high on Christmas Eve, and futures are up again as we get ready for the open today.
Is it a deal delayed, or a deal denied for Dollar Tree?
2014 wasn't a great year across the housing sector, but Lennar posted gains, in part buoyed by its plan to try and sell to more first-time home buyers.
JP Morgan, according to the New York Times, failed to take simple safeguards to thwart digital invaders.
The surprise year-end deal to acquire PetSmart stunned some Wall St. professionals -- it was the biggest LBO of 2014.
Earlier this month, the American-US Airways merger had its' one-year anniversary, but the happy couple hasn't even finished moving in yet.
As we get ready to close out the year, the market is poised to go on a Santa Claus rally during the low-volume holiday week.
When a Goldman Sachs analyst downgrades a stock and reduces its price target, that might otherwise be considered the kiss of death for a company like JC Penney.
For Thursday December 18, we're just a week from Christmas, and there are a couple of companies looking to keep coal out of their stockings after a disappointing fall.