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U.S. stock markets break into new record territory Tuesday just a day after the S&P 500 crossed the 2,000-point milestone.
Burger King Worldwide confirms Tuesday that it agreed to acquire Tim Hortons in an $11 billion merger structured as a tax inversion.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer explains why investors should sell Tim Hortons (THI) stock in the wake of the Burger King (BKW) merger.
Burger King (BKW) stock is lower after gaining on the announcement it has purchased Tim Hortons (THI) for almost $11 billion, expanding its international presence.
Jim Cramer says sell Tim Hortons, the bottom line is Tim Hortons and Burger King are both restaurants and restaurants are not doing all that well.
Warren Buffett agrees to finance a piece of the deal by making a $3 billion preferred stock investment in Burger King.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Burger King Worldwide (BKW) as a "perilous reversal" (up big yesterday but down big today) candidate
Burger King's planned acquisition of Tim Horton's is driven by business considerations, but U.S. tax policies are behind its decision to set up Canadian headquarters.
Tim Hortons (THI) stock is surging 9.01% to $81.45 after the doughnut company completed a merger deal with Burger King Worldwide (BKW).
Burger King (BKW) stock is higher in pre-market trading after the company announced its plan to purchase the doughnut chain Tim Hortons (THI).
Stock futures on Tuesday are pointing to gains a day after the S&P 500 crossed yet another milestone.
U.S. stock futures rise slightly; Warren Buffett is helping finance Burger King's planned takeover of Tim Hortons; Amazon buys Twitch Interactive; Best Buy to report earnings.
The trading panel looked at banks and the top buy and sell candidates for right now.
Corporate profits, not the Fed, are fueling ever higher stock prices, and that growth is only accelerating, Cramer says.
The S&P 500 smashes its way through 2,000 on Monday after a minor pullback, bolstering the case that the current rally will continue.
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3G Capital may make more money on Burger King Worldwide’s acquisition of Tim Hortons than it cost the Brazilian private equity firm to buy the burger chain.
Tim Hortons (THI) stock is skyrocketing to a lifetime high today after its merger announcement with Burger King Worldwide (BKW).
Burger King and Tim Hortons investors cheered at the prospects for a merger between the two chains -- and there are plenty of reasons to like the combination.
Burger King (BKW) Stock hit an all-time high, up 20.14% to $32.57 this afternoon following its merger talks with Tim Hortons (THI).
The S&P 500 smashes its way through 2,000 after a minor pullback, bolstering the case that the current rally will continue.
Shares of Carrols Restaurant Group (TAST) are surging 8.98% to $7.67 on reports of the Burger King Worldwide (BKW) and Tim Hortons (THI) merger.
One little discussed aspect of the deal involves a commonality for real estate exposureAs Bill Ackman revels in nearly a $161 million profit in his Burger King Worldwide Inc (NYSE:BKW) trade this mor...
Burger King Worldwide said it is in talks to acquire Canadian coffee and doughnut chain Tim Hortons.
Burger King buying Tim Horton's will affect more than just SBUX.
Burger King (BKW) stock is soaring 14.16% to $30.95 in pre-market trading as the fast food company plans to buy Canadian coffee-and-doughnut chain Tim Hortons (THI).
Shares of Tim Hortons (THI) are soaring 16.17% to $73 in pre-market trade this morning following its merger talks with Burger King (BKW).
After completing a short-term pullback, the S&P 500 has finally smashed its way through to 2,000.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Burger King Worldwide (BKW) as a pre-market mover with heavy volume candidate
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