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Clorox Makes BofA List of Stocks Buoyed by Strong Dollar
Ten stocks make up the list of companies likely to benefit from recent gains in the greenback.
Here's Credit Suisse's List of Stocks Boosted by Inflation
Credit Suisse Wednesday published a list of the S&P 500 stocks it views as benefiting most from inflation.
FirstEnergy Selling Transmission Stake to Brookfield for $2.4 Billion
FirstEnergy says it will issue $1 billion in common stock to Blackstone Infrastructure Partners at $39.08 a share.
FirstEnergy Reportedly Looks to Sell Transmission Stake for $2.5 Billion
FirstEnergy reportedly is working with advisers to sell a near 20% stake in its transmission business with an eye to raising some $2.5 billion from the potential sale.
First Energy Rises After $230 Million Settlement With Justice Department
FirstEnergy rises after agreeing to pay $230 million to settle bribery charges from the Justice Department.
FirstEnergy Rises As Icahn Reportedly in Talks to Take Two Board SeatsDraft SharePreviewPublish
Shares of FirstEnergy rose Tuesday after activist investor Carl Icahn sought two seats on the board of the energy distributor.
FirstEnergy Jumps on Disclosure Icahn Plans to Purchase Voting Shares
FirstEnergy received a letter from Icahn Capital saying the investment firm plans to acquire shares worth more than $184 million.
FirstEnergy Stock Rating Cut on Case Tied to Ohio Legislator
FirstEnergy shares dropped after, reports say, the Ohio House speaker and four associates were charged in a bribery case.
China Tariffs, Walmart and Humana, Saks Breach, Tesla - 5 Things You Must Know
U.S. stock futures are lower; China announces new tariffs on U.S. products; Walmart reportedly in early stage merger talks with Humana; Saks and Lord & Taylor stores hit with data breach.
China Announces New Tariffs and 4 Other Stories You Need to Know Monday Morning
Are you ready to trade Monday? Here's what you must know as Wall Street returns from its long weekend.
Johnson & Johnson Stock Lower After Unveiling End To Global Baby Powder Sales In 2023
Johnson & Johnson, which began selling Baby Powder in 1894, will end all sales of the talc-based product next year.
Apple Stock Edges Higher After Report Indicates iPhone Demand Confidence
Apple is asking assemblers to put together 220 million iPhones this year, Bloomberg reported, a tally that largely matches 2021 levels.
Struggling Electric-Truck Maker Nikola Makes a Major Change
Electric-truck manufacturer Nikola, like the broad vehicle industry, has been struggling with supply-chain issues.