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Here's how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market right now.
Westlake Chemical (WLK) stock is advancing on Friday morning after the company agreed to buy Axiall (AXLL) for $2.33 billion.
- Combination Will Create the Third-Largest Chlor-alkali Producer and the Second-Largest PVC Producer in North America
it's been 10 years of growth over value stocks, but times are changing. Here are four value picks, along with two growth recommendations.
How does the technical analysis stack up for these four value plays?
Cramer is avoiding Hertz and takes Thermo Fisher over Illumina.
These U.S. stocks have global exposure and that makes them winners for a number of reasons, Cramer says.
The Atlanta target faces a showdown with its Houston bidder at next week's shareholders' meeting.
Suitor Westlake ignores a request to best its bid.
Westlake Chemical, a hostile bidder, intends to submit a revised proposal or reaffirm its current one by the June 3 deadline.
--$0.1815 cents per share dividend declared payable on June 7, 2016
-- Updates Investor Presentation
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Westlake Chemical (WLK) as a strong on high relative volume candidate
-- Axiall's Board Summarily Rejects Revised Proposal
The late value-investing guru would give these firms a thumbs up.
-Urges Shareholders to Encourage Axiall to Enter into Discussions with Westlake Immediately
Westlake Chemical (WLK) stock is dropping Tuesday morning after the company reported its 2015 fourth quarter results before today’s market open.
Key earnings and economic reports in coming days will shed light on whether the billionaire 'super-investor' Soros made the right move by recently dumping major energy stocks.
--$0.1815 cents per share dividend declared payable on March 14, 2016.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Westlake Chemical (WLK) as a weak on high relative volume candidate