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Drug Roundup - July 17, 2014
There have been several noteworthy developments in the drug space recently, which will likely have a material impact on the companies in this sector and the markets they serve. Companies mentioned in this review include Pfizer Inc., Merck & Co., Eli Lilly & Co., Bristol-Myers Squibb, Actavis plc., and Novartis. Read more
Large-Scale Natural Gas Exports Inching Toward Reality
It has been a long time in coming, but initial large-scale overseas liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipments from the United States are set to begin in late 2015. 

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Cable TV Dynasties Merging, Threatened by Disruptors
Giant cable companies are consolidating and seeing their revenues and profits expand, but customer satisfaction is low leading to those bent on disruption making headway in the video distribution business, especially in the younger demographic. Read more
Restaurant Roundup - July 10, 2014
The second quarter has come to a close, so we will preview the upcoming earnings season for the restaurant industry. We will also take a look at the impact of rising costs that are currently affecting the sector. Read more
The Dogs of the Dow Widen Their Lead
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has continued to climb to new highs in 2014, extending its bull market run into its sixth year. However, the gains so far this year have been comparatively sedate by historical standards, and a number of the blue chips actually lost ground in the first half. Read more
Technology Round Up - July 3, 2014
There have been many noteworthy developments in the technology space recently. Some of these will likely have a material impact on the companies in the sector and the markets they serve. Companies featured include BlackBerry (BBRY), Intel (INTC), Aereo, Netflix (NFLX), Amazon.com (AMZN), Hulu, Facebook (FB), LiveRail, and Google (GOOG). Read more
Fed Tapering Most Welcome
The Federal Reserve is tapering its innovative bond-buying program ahead of an expected yearend conclusion. This is a welcome step toward the normalization of interest rates. Read more
Retail Roundup - June 26, 2014
The retail industry has remained a hotbed of activity in recent months, with a slew of mergers and potential pairings essentially dominating the headlines. Meanwhile, first-quarter earnings results have continued to pour in. Companies mentioned in this review include Pier I Imports (PIR), Francesca’s Holdings (FRAN), DSW Inc. (DSW), Aeropostale (ARO), Ulta Salon (ULTA), Christopher & Banks (CBK), Men’s Wearhouse (MW), Express (EXPR), Family Dollar (FDO), Dollar General (DG), and lululemon athletica (lulu), Signet Jewelers (SIG), Fred’s Inc. (FRED). Read more
A Blowout Year for Mergers and Acquisitions
Global merger and acquisition activity clocked about a trillion dollars in volume during the second quarter of 2014. Where is the M&A activity going on in the U.S. and what companies and industries are being affected? Read more
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