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For 2018, the S&P 500 companies returned more than $1.2 trillion to investors, buying back a record $806.4 billion in shares thanks in part to a corporate tax bonanza.
Proteostasis (PTI) announces data from a phase I study evaluating its triplet combination in cystic fibrosis. Although data were promising, it was weaker than rival Vertex's triplet combinations.
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Both Housing Starts/Building Permits and the latest Case-Shiller home price index came in worse than expected. Meanwhile, MCD and Uber make purchases.
United Parcel Service's (UPS) growth story revolves around the e-commerce boom. High costs and trade war-related uncertainties, however, do not bode well.
Allscripts' (MDRX) FollowMyHealth is an EHR-neutral patient engagement platform that allows patients to stay connected with their physicians.
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FDA issues complete response letter for Recro Pharma's (REPH) marketing application for pain candidate, meloxicam, for the second time.
Fresenius Medical (FMS) is likely to make huge investments in India and China.
REITs steal the limelight once more as these are often treated as bond substitutes for the high-dividend paying nature.
Growth at Kirby's (KEX) marine transportation unit is supported by improved barge utilization and spot contract pricing in the inland market. High operating expenses, however, raise concerns.
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NVIDIA's (NVDA) bid to fortify its presence in the self-driving market receives a blow as Mobileye accuses the company of copying its autonomous car safety model.
U.S. Treasury bonds, especially the long-dated ones, have gained popularity lately especially in the wake of declining yields and demand for safe haven amid global slowdown concerns.
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Nokia (NOK) is likely to utilize 5G radio access and cloud-native core technology for enabling A1 to offer seamless service and excellent user experience over wireless, fixed or converged networks.
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General Mills (GIS) is on track with its Consumer First strategy and other cost-reduction initiatives. Also, the company benefits from buyouts, especially Blue Buffalo.