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Walgreens pact to buy fewer Rite Aid stores wins USA nod

Walgreens pact to buy fewer Rite Aid stores wins USA nod

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Comcast Holdings ZONES (NYSE:CCZ) Trading Up - Short Interest Down -27.75%

Comcast Holdings ZONES (NYSE:CCZ) Trading Up - Short Interest Down -27.75%

The stock recovered 226.67% since its low point and has performed -15.03% year-to-date. The company is trading down from yesterday's close of 25.41. The insider BURKE STEPHEN B sold 258,380 shares worth $10.07M. 14,192 shares were sold by GODRIDGE LESLIE V , worth $740,539. Three analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and twenty-four have issued a buy rating to the stock.



USA stocks open higher; Dow, S&P 500 hit records

Shares of the major banks Bank of America, Morgan Stanley and Citigroup were up more than 1 percent. Futures before the bell in NY show the S&P 500 trading 1.80 up, while the Dow Jones is over 14 points ahead. The blue-chip Dow futures gained 62 points, or 0.28%, at 6:49AM ET (10:49GMT), the S&P 500 futures rose 6 points, or 0.22%, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 futures advanced 12 points, or 0.20%.


Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton "will no longer occur" but will not "sulk"

That that would even, No. 1, cross his mind, and No. 2, that he would share it at a rally, that he thought it would endear him or motivate the supporters he had at a rally", she said of Trump's explanation that her bathroom break during the debate was "too disgusting" to fathom.


USA markets open at record highs

USA markets open at record highs

Buying sentiment in stocks that left Wall Street at record highs on Friday continued into the week with European and Asian markets rallying across the board , as global investors returned to perceived riskier assets amid cooling geopolitical tensions.


Bank Stocks Getting a Lift on Higher Rates

Bank Stocks Getting a Lift on Higher Rates

Nikkei futures traded in Chicago were up 0.56 percent at 20,020 compared to the benchmark index's last close of 19,909.5. Investors returned to risk taking as tensions eased on the Korean peninsula after U.S. In a speech early this month, influential New York Fed President William Dudley said while he was surprised that inflation had been so low, steady growth of the economy should eventually push wages higher, allowing the Fed to continue to raise rates "gradually".