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This High-Yield Stock Has Big-Time Upside Potential

Yahoo.com - Investment - July 17, 2018 - 7:17am

While this pipeline stock’s numbers are tight right now, it’s on pace for explosive growth in the coming years.


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EARNINGS: Johnson & Johnson stock jumps after beating on profits, trimming guidance

Yahoo.com - Insurance - July 17, 2018 - 7:16am

Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Jared Blikre break down the latest market action after Johnson & Johnson reports second quarter adjusted earnings per share that beat Wall Street expectations.


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EARNINGS: Johnson & Johnson stock jumps after beating on profits, trimming guidance

Yahoo.com - Investment - July 17, 2018 - 7:16am

Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Jared Blikre break down the latest market action after Johnson & Johnson reports second quarter adjusted earnings per share that beat Wall Street expectations.


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Trump Says Air Force One to Get ‘Red, White and Blue’ Paint Job

Yahoo.com - Investment - July 17, 2018 - 7:05am

Forget John F. Kennedy’s baby blue: The next version of Air Force One will be painted in the colors of the American flag, says President Donald Trump. “It’s going to be the top of the line, the top in the world,’’ Trump said in an interview with CBS. The new paint job for a global symbol of U.S. power would replace the blue, light-blue and white color scheme that dates to the Kennedy era.


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Trump Says Air Force One to Get ‘Red, White and Blue’ Paint Job

Yahoo.com - Insurance - July 17, 2018 - 7:05am

Forget John F. Kennedy’s baby blue: The next version of Air Force One will be painted in the colors of the American flag, says President Donald Trump. “It’s going to be the top of the line, the top in the world,’’ Trump said in an interview with CBS. The new paint job for a global symbol of U.S. power would replace the blue, light-blue and white color scheme that dates to the Kennedy era.


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Amazon Prime Day U.S. sales bigger than last year, despite site issues

Yahoo.com - Insurance - July 17, 2018 - 7:04am

Despite the massive glitches that prevented online shoppers from being able to


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Amazon Prime Day U.S. sales bigger than last year, despite site issues

Yahoo.com - Investment - July 17, 2018 - 7:04am

Despite the massive glitches that prevented online shoppers from being able to


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Better Buy: Brookfield Infrastructure Partners LP vs. Kinder Morgan, Inc.

Yahoo.com - Insurance - July 17, 2018 - 6:34am

With uncertainty once again hitting Kinder Morgan's business, is it time to look at an alternative like Brookfield Infrastructure instead?


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Better Buy: Brookfield Infrastructure Partners LP vs. Kinder Morgan, Inc.

Yahoo.com - Investment - July 17, 2018 - 6:34am

With uncertainty once again hitting Kinder Morgan's business, is it time to look at an alternative like Brookfield Infrastructure instead?


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Is Johnson & Johnson a Buy?

Yahoo.com - Insurance - July 17, 2018 - 6:33am

The healthcare giant has stumbled lately, but J&J still has plenty to offer investors.


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Is Johnson & Johnson a Buy?

Yahoo.com - Investment - July 17, 2018 - 6:33am

The healthcare giant has stumbled lately, but J&J still has plenty to offer investors.


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INTC vs. NVDA: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option?

Yahoo.com - Insurance - July 17, 2018 - 6:30am

INTC vs. NVDA: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option?


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Boeing, Jet Airways Ink Deal Worth $8.8B for 75 737 Max Jets

Yahoo.com - Investment - July 17, 2018 - 6:19am

Boeing (BA) inks a number of significant deals with Indian customers to aid the growing aviation market in the nation.


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UPS tests 'smart lock' technology in New York apartment buildings

Yahoo.com - Insurance - July 17, 2018 - 6:02am

United Parcel Service Inc on Tuesday said it is testing "smart lock" technology that allows its delivery drivers to open doors and drop multiple packages at secure locations inside apartment buildings around New York City.The test includes "hundreds of non-doorman" multi-family buildings in Manhattan and Brooklyn that have installed Latch's "smart access system." The project comes as UPS is working to make "last-mile" e-commerce deliveries to households more convenient and cost effective by reducing package theft and the need for drivers to make repeated delivery attempts. "It's difficult to securely deliver packages in high-density, multi-family urban residences, especially when people are not at home," said Jerome Roberts, vice president of global product innovation at UPS.


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UPS tests 'smart lock' technology in New York apartment buildings

Yahoo.com - Investment - July 17, 2018 - 6:02am

United Parcel Service Inc on Tuesday said it is testing "smart lock" technology that allows its delivery drivers to open doors and drop multiple packages at secure locations inside apartment buildings around New York City.The test includes "hundreds of non-doorman" multi-family buildings in Manhattan and Brooklyn that have installed Latch's "smart access system." The project comes as UPS is working to make "last-mile" e-commerce deliveries to households more convenient and cost effective by reducing package theft and the need for drivers to make repeated delivery attempts. "It's difficult to securely deliver packages in high-density, multi-family urban residences, especially when people are not at home," said Jerome Roberts, vice president of global product innovation at UPS.


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These 3 Value Stocks Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now

Yahoo.com - Insurance - July 17, 2018 - 6:01am

Who says you can't find deeply discounted stocks in this overheated market?


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These 3 Value Stocks Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now

Yahoo.com - Investment - July 17, 2018 - 6:01am

Who says you can't find deeply discounted stocks in this overheated market?


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EU signs biggest ever trade deal and attacks Donald Trump

Yahoo.com - Insurance - July 17, 2018 - 5:54am

The European Union on Tuesday signed an agreement with Japan that will create the world’s largest free trade zone before attacking Donald Trump for triggering possible trade wars with his protectionist “America First” policy. The Japan-EU Free Trade Agreement will eliminate nearly all tariffs between the bloc and the world’s third biggest economy. The EU will abolish tariffs on Japanese cars in return for Tokyo eliminating tariffs on European cheese and wine. It will cover a third of the global economy and 600 million people, after it is ratified by the European Parliament. In an unmistakable swipe at Mr Trump, Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council, said: “We are putting in place the largest bilateral trade deal ever. This is an act of enormous strategic importance for the rules based international order at a time when some are questioning this order.” The deal is meant as a chastening rebuke to the US, which on Tuesday escalated its trade disputes with the EU by filing WTO complaints against the bloc’s retaliatory tariffs on US products which followed American tariffs on steel and aluminium imports. The EU argues that those tariffs, which Mr Trump has justified on spurious grounds on national security, break WTO rules. From bourbon to motorcycles: the iconic US products hit by the EU's retaliatory tariffs The US is proposing 10pc tariffs on a $200bn (£152bn) list of Chinese goods. That follows an earlier move by Washington to impose 25pc tariffs on $34bn of Chinese goods. Beijing has responded by imposing identical penalties on a similar amount of American imports. “While protectionism is spreading in the world, Japan and the European Union will take the lead as flag bearers for free trade,” Shinzo Abe said at the Tokyo signing ceremony, alongside Mr Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the European Commission. Mr Tusk claimed the agreement was “a light in the increasing darkness of international politics”. “We are sending a clear message. You can count on us, we are predictable, both Japan and the EU, predictable, responsible and will continue defending a world order based on rules, on freedom, on transparency and common sense. “I am absolutely sure you know what I mean,” Mr Tusk said before criticising tariff wars as “irresponsibility”. On Monday in a visit to Beijing, Mr Tusk had warned world leaders “not to start trade wars which turned into hot conflicts so often in our history”. The trade war has begun, but how much can China really retaliate? Mr Juncker, who Mr Trump has described as “a killer”, said the EU needed “reliable partners”.  Mr Juncker is expected to meet Mr Trump for talks in the near future. “There is no protection in protectionism and there is no unity where there is unilateralism,” Mr Juncker said. US-EU relations are at a low point amid concerns over Mr Trump's commitment to the world order established after the Second World War and his friendly overtures towards Vladimir Putin. As well as the trade dispute, Mr Trump’s decisions to pull out of the Paris Agreement on climate change and Iran nuclear deal and threaten Nato over defence spending targets have cost him friends in Brussels. Before meeting Mr Putin in Helsinki, Mr Trump said the EU was one of his "foes".


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EU signs biggest ever trade deal and attacks Donald Trump

Yahoo.com - Investment - July 17, 2018 - 5:54am

The European Union on Tuesday signed an agreement with Japan that will create the world’s largest free trade zone before attacking Donald Trump for triggering possible trade wars with his protectionist “America First” policy. The Japan-EU Free Trade Agreement will eliminate nearly all tariffs between the bloc and the world’s third biggest economy. The EU will abolish tariffs on Japanese cars in return for Tokyo eliminating tariffs on European cheese and wine. It will cover a third of the global economy and 600 million people, after it is ratified by the European Parliament. In an unmistakable swipe at Mr Trump, Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council, said: “We are putting in place the largest bilateral trade deal ever. This is an act of enormous strategic importance for the rules based international order at a time when some are questioning this order.” The deal is meant as a chastening rebuke to the US, which on Tuesday escalated its trade disputes with the EU by filing WTO complaints against the bloc’s retaliatory tariffs on US products which followed American tariffs on steel and aluminium imports. The EU argues that those tariffs, which Mr Trump has justified on spurious grounds on national security, break WTO rules. From bourbon to motorcycles: the iconic US products hit by the EU's retaliatory tariffs The US is proposing 10pc tariffs on a $200bn (£152bn) list of Chinese goods. That follows an earlier move by Washington to impose 25pc tariffs on $34bn of Chinese goods. Beijing has responded by imposing identical penalties on a similar amount of American imports. “While protectionism is spreading in the world, Japan and the European Union will take the lead as flag bearers for free trade,” Shinzo Abe said at the Tokyo signing ceremony, alongside Mr Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the European Commission. Mr Tusk claimed the agreement was “a light in the increasing darkness of international politics”. “We are sending a clear message. You can count on us, we are predictable, both Japan and the EU, predictable, responsible and will continue defending a world order based on rules, on freedom, on transparency and common sense. “I am absolutely sure you know what I mean,” Mr Tusk said before criticising tariff wars as “irresponsibility”. On Monday in a visit to Beijing, Mr Tusk had warned world leaders “not to start trade wars which turned into hot conflicts so often in our history”. The trade war has begun, but how much can China really retaliate? Mr Juncker, who Mr Trump has described as “a killer”, said the EU needed “reliable partners”.  Mr Juncker is expected to meet Mr Trump for talks in the near future. “There is no protection in protectionism and there is no unity where there is unilateralism,” Mr Juncker said. US-EU relations are at a low point amid concerns over Mr Trump's commitment to the world order established after the Second World War and his friendly overtures towards Vladimir Putin. As well as the trade dispute, Mr Trump’s decisions to pull out of the Paris Agreement on climate change and Iran nuclear deal and threaten Nato over defence spending targets have cost him friends in Brussels. Before meeting Mr Putin in Helsinki, Mr Trump said the EU was one of his "foes".


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Netflix Disappoints, What Lies Ahead for Other FANG Stocks?

Yahoo.com - Insurance - July 17, 2018 - 5:51am

After disappointing result from Netflix, where are the other FANG stocks headed this earnings?


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