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The bull-or-bear debate can be settled with a quantitative view of the best and worst industries.
ManTech, MGE Energy and Ball Corp. are among five value stocks given 'buy' recommendations by TheStreet.com Ratings.
TheStreet.com rates Emergency Medical Services and Ball Corp. 'buy.'
TheStreet.com rates value stocks MGE Energy and Ball Corp. "buy."
TheStreet.com rates value stocks Church & Dwight, Ball Corp. and MGE Energy 'buy.'
MGE Energy and Ball Corp. are two value stocks given 'buy' recommendations from TheStreet.com Ratings.
WVa steel mill marks a century in business, still 'standing' after consolidation of industry
Packaging company Ball Corp. prices senior note offering at $700 million
Eli Lilly says executive from packaging maker Ball Corp. was elected to board on Monday
Ball profit falls 17 percent in 1st-quarter on charge related to Kansas City plant closing
Ball Corp. to close plant outside Syracuse; 113 jobs to be lost this summer
Fisher speaks about investment-related stress and how he's used to the idea of making mistakes.
Legendary hedge fund manager Fisher explains how his investing techniques differ from Cramer's.
Earnings shocks will likely cause the market to gap up and down during the reporting season.
TIAA-CREF fund manager likes companies with strong balance sheets.
Signs of well-organized trade setups have appeared but wait for better prices before selling short.
Individual stock patterns should dictate profits and losses into earnings season.
The office supply retailer's first-quarter profit easily tops forecasts.
Shares of the check company rise 10% after fourth-quarter results top expectations.
Food, health care and consumer nondurables are moving forward in slick conditions.
This quantitative report on 'standardized unexpected earnings' helps identify some compelling plays.
With profit-taking and market reversals, devise a plan to put these twists and turns into perspective.
Plus, take a look at action in Rouse, Cemex, InterActiveCorp, Ball and Triton PCS.
These three stocks with solid growth prospects got left behind, but now they look pretty cheap.
The packaging supplier says the update was in response to a query by the New York Stock Exchange.
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