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TheStreet highlights 5 stocks pushing the industrial goods sector higher today.
The Environmental Protection Agency had to dial back biofuel mandates because real life isn't turning out as expected—that's bad news for the renewable fuels industry, but could still be good news for one industry participant.
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Natural gas has been displacing coal in the U.S. electric industry, but broadly increasing gas demand coupled with its cost-saving benefits in the transportation sector could wind up saving coal.
The ability of natural gas to travel around the globe makes it an area that General Electric strongly believes in.
Linked here is a detailed quantitative analysis of Waste Management, Inc. ( WM ). Below are some highlights from the above linked analysis: Company Description: Waste Management Inc. is a Houston-based ...
I would stay away from shorting this stock.
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TheStreet highlights 5 stocks pushing the materials & construction industry lower today.
Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel, on 12/2/13, Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE: WM), Avery Dennison Corp. (NYSE: AVY), and G & K Services, Inc. (NASD: GK) will all trade ex-dividend for their respective upcoming dividends. Waste Management, Inc. will pay its quarterly dividend of $0.365
The ex-dividend date for Waste Management (NYSE:WM) is Monday, December 2, 2013. Owners of shares as of market close today will be eligible for a dividend of 36 cents per share. At a price of $45.60 as of 9:50 a.m., the dividend yield is 3.2%.
FIF FPF ORI WM SLB are going ex-dividend Monday, Dec. 2, 2013
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