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A board above the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange shows the record closing number for the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index, Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013. The Dow Jones industrial index fell two points to close at 15,371, held back by declines in IBM, Goldman Sachs and UnitedHealth, which issued results that disappointed investors. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

Biotech and Pharmaceutical Stocks Slump

Fred Canto

The healthcare sector was trading with significant losses on Wednesday afternoon, specifically for biotech and pharmaceutical stocks, as comments from ...

Ruby Tuesday Granted Waiver On Credit Facility

Sara Howard

Ruby Tuesda, a chain restaurant operator, said it has entered into a waiver with lenders on its four-year revolving credit ...

Stock Indexes Turn Lower

Fred Canto

Stock indexes were lower in thin trading Friday morning as the Dow Jones Industrial Average moves further from the 20,000 ...

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Aurinia Closes Equity Financing

Travis Berry

Aurinia Pharmaceuticals Inc said late Wednesday that it has closed its previously announced sale of nearly 12.8 million units at ...

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Nikkei 225 Trades Flat As Toshiba Slips Again

Marvin Goff

The Nikkei 225 Wednesday traded flat, nominally off 0.01% in light trading as troubled conglomerate Toshiba (TOSBF, 6502:Tokyo), posted its ...

Small Uptick for Financial Stocks Today

Prospect Staff Writer

Financial stocks continued to edge higher during late Tuesday trade, with the NYSE Financial Sector Index climbing about 0.2% while ...

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European ADRs Move Higher

Marvin Goff

American depository receipts of European stocks were up 0.27% to 122.20 on the Bank of New York Mellon Europe ADR ...

Stock Indexes Modestly Lower

Fred Canto

Stock indexes were lower in early trading Monday amid a decline in oil prices and a decline in the US ...

W&T Offshore Shares Gain 6% on Positive Discoveries

Marvin Goff

W&T Offshore shares were higher 6% on Friday after the company said that its Ship Shoal 359 A-18 well has ...

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Eli Lilly and Company Shakes Up Organizational Structure

Travis Berry

Eli Lilly and Company gained at the open of trade Thursday after the pharma firm said it would carry out ...

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Bonds Lean Lower in Quiet Trade

Travis Berry

U.S. Treasuries consolidated at lower levels Wednesday, little changed in quiet activity ahead of the 2 p.m. ET release of ...

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A board above the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange shows the record closing number for the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index, Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013. The Dow Jones industrial index fell two points to close at 15,371, held back by declines in IBM, Goldman Sachs and UnitedHealth, which issued results that disappointed investors. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

Biotech and Pharmaceutical Stocks Slump

Fred Canto

The healthcare sector was trading with significant losses on Wednesday afternoon, specifically for biotech and pharmaceutical stocks, as comments from President-elect Donald Trump at Wednesday’s press conference alluded to the possibility for more regulation in the industry. The healthcare sector of the S&P 500 was down 1.66% with drugmakers taking the brunt ...

The charging bull  in lower Manhattan is seen Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2006 in New York. The Dow Jones industrial average swept past 12,000, extending its march into record territory as investors grow increasingly optimistic about corporate earnings and the economy.  (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Stock Indexes Modestly Lower

Fred Canto

Stock indexes were lower in early trading Monday amid a decline in oil prices and a decline in the US labor market conditions index. Oil prices declined amid increased exports from Iran and expanded drilling activities in North America. West Texas Intermediate crude, the US standard, and Brent futures, the global benchmark, ...

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US Stock Indexes Higher in Early Trading

Fred Canto

US stock indexes were higher in early trading Wednesday amid higher oil prices and expectations that the Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee minutes will push shares higher. West Texas Intermediate futures, the US benchmark, and Brent crude, the global standard, were both up 0.1%, giving up gains but remaining in the ...