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Traders Are Betting Sears Will Be the Next Big Retailer to Fail

Posted Thu, February 19, 2015
Bloomberg Business By Sridhar Natarajan The 129-year-old company, which has lost $7 billion over the past four years, is trying to avoid the fate of RadioShack Corp., another once-iconic retailer that filed for bankruptcy protection th...    view full article >>
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Devon Energy expects production to rise this year even as it cuts capital spending

Posted Wed, February 18, 2015
NewsOK by Paul Monies Published: February 18, 2015 Devon Energy Corp. expects its oil production will grow more than 20 percent this year, even as the company cuts its capital spending amid lower oil prices. The Ok...    view full article >>
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U.S. stocks: Greek deadlock weighs on futures

Posted Tue, February 17, 2015
MarketWatch Fed official Charles Plosser speaks at 12:45 p.m. Reuters Greece is fighting with the eurozone to loosen its strict bailout conditions. By ANORAM...    view full article >>
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Oil production grows despite less drilling

Posted Fri, February 13, 2015
NewsOk By Adam Wilmoth Domestic oil companies have laid down hundreds of drilling rigs and slashed millions of dollars from their drilling budgets, but production continues to rise. All three trends are likely to continue for some time. Dom...    view full article >>
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S&P 500 Rises 0.2% to All Time High of 2,093.57

Posted Fri, February 13, 2015
Bloomberg Business By Michelle Davis & Joseph Ciolli (Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks rose, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index climbing to an all-time high, as a rally in oil prices and better-than-forecast economic growth in Europe offset a decl...    view full article >>
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Another Disappointing Retail Sales Report

Posted Thu, February 12, 2015
Bloomberg Business By Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- Sales at U.S. retailers fell more than forecast in January, reflecting smaller receipts at gasoline stations and declines at clothing and sporting goods stores. The 0.8 percent drop follow...    view full article >>
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