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Mon, 01 Sep 2014 19:49:04 GMT
NEW YORK — Beaten-down U.S. coal company stocks may receive a lift in coming weeks if deteriorating relations between Russia and the West push President Vladimir Putin to shut off Europe's natural gas supply. The crisis in eastern Ukraine has .

Thu, 28 Aug 2014 13:38:02 GMT
The company will do a reverse stock split to meet the listing requirements for the chosen U.S. exchange, according to a statement. The goal is for the company to list itself in a track that requires a $2 closing price, but the company did not state . .

Fri, 15 Aug 2014 23:30:07 GMT
Fall, Then Shrug at Ukraine Incursion - New York Times
TODAYonline - John Canally, the chief economic strategist at LPL Financial, said that it was understandable that traders dropped stocks in response to the flare-up. “Anyone who doesn't want to lose . Still, investors in the United States have consistently shrugged .Wall Street Week Ahead: U.S. stocks a safe haven, even after panic selloffsTODAYonlineall 449 news articles .

Tue, 02 Sep 2014 10:33:07 GMT
And never have more of us been more cynical about politicians and federal bureaucrats, with 72 percent of polled Americans picking big government, 21 percent big business, and 5 percent big labor. We worry much more about . So bosses have big .

Thu, 07 Aug 2014 03:08:09 GMT
Walgreen CEO: Leaving US wasn't in best interest of shareholders - Chicago Tribune
KOMO NewsWalgreen CEO: Leaving US wasn't in best interest of shareholders - The stock rebounded part way to close down 4.2 percent at $69.12, but then resumed its decline on Wednesday, losing about 12 percent in early trading. The new U.S.-based holding company will have four divisions: Walgreen, which will continue to be .Walgreen stock hammered after it drops tax inversion planCBC.caWalgreens' deal, downbeat guidance gets thumbs-down from Wall StreetUSA TODAYWalgreen turns down inversion to cut tax billKOMO NewsCrain's Chicago Business -Los Angeles Times -Marketplace.orgall 844 news articles .

Wed, 27 Aug 2014 06:18:43 GMT
Will Burger King get burned by Canada move? - USA TODAY
The Guardian - Tax and business planning attorney Paul Gilman of Chicago-based law firm Aronberg Goldgehn Davis & Garmisa expects that Burger King's U.S. tax rate won't change much "because they derive most of their income from franchisees, and (those in the U.S .Burger King faces tax controversy after $11bn Tim Hortons purchaseThe GuardianIT'S OFFICIAL: BURGER KING AND TIM HORTONS HAVE A DEALBusiness InsiderInvestors cheer Burger King-Tim Hortons 'combo deal'ReutersForbes -Chicago Tribune -Minneapolis Star Tribuneall 3,204 news articles .

Fri, 08 Aug 2014 12:27:58 GMT
Boeing, United Tech stockpile Russia parts - CNBC
Representatives at Boeing and United Technologies did not immediately respond to Reuters' request for comment outside regular U.S. business hours. In response to the conflict in Ukraine, the United States has for several months been leveled sanctions . .

Fri, 08 Aug 2014 07:24:05 GMT
Tyson stock slip after Russia bans US food imports - Boston Globe
Tyson Foods Inc., the largest meat producer in the United States, slipped 2 percent after Russia banned imports of US food. Russia is the second-biggest market for US chicken, but the US share of export volume had already fallen to 7 percent from 40 .European stocks lower on Russia, data; bonds prices upReutersStocks Fall In AsiaBusiness InsiderUkraine crisis: fear of escalation roils marketsCBC.caWashington Post -New York Timesall 4,370 news articles .

Thu, 28 Aug 2014 11:47:55 GMT
US Futures Fall As Ukraine Fears Return To Forefront - Business Insider
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures fell on Thursday after Ukraine's president said Russian forces had been brought into his country, bringing concerns over the volatile region back into focus. * Worries over tension abroad had largely faded .S& P 500 edges up to set new record; best month since FebYahoo! VoicesA Stock-Market Milestone Is Reached, But Who Cares?Huffington Post (blog)S& P 500 Tops 2000. Don't Do AnythingBusinessweekall 1,842 news articles .

Fri, 08 Aug 2014 19:14:19 GMT
US stocks rally to end lackluster week amid market drops elsewhere over ... - U.S. News & World Report
MiamiHerald.com - By BERNARD CONDON, AP Business Writer. NEW YORK (AP) — A burst of buying Friday in U.S. stocks defied slumps in other markets and offered hope for investors shaken by geopolitical turmoil. Major U.S. stock indexes closed up around 1 percent, .Market Rises on Hint of Easing Tension in UkraineNew York TimesStocks close higher on signs of easing Ukraine tensionLos Angeles TimesRally sends stocks higherAlbany Times UnionWaterbury Republican Americanall 358 news articles .