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Daily Archives: December 8, 2017

The Biggest Loser: Cooper Cos. Falls 5.1%

Shares of Cooper Cos. (COO) slid to the bottom of the S&P 500 today, following the medical device maker’s fourth-quarter earnings report. Cooper slid $ 12.24, or 5.1%, to  $ 226.56, while the S&P 500 climbed 14.52 points, or 0.6%, to 2651.50.  Cooper said it earned $ 2.65 a share… Stocks to Watch

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Bitcoin drops after dramatic gains ahead of futures launch

LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Bitcoin lost almost a fifth of its value in 10 hours on Friday, having surged more than 40 percent in the preceding 48 hours, sparking fears the market may be heading for a price collapse. In a hectic day on Thursday, bitcoin leapt from below $ 16,000 to $ 19,500 in less than an hour on ...

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Cambodia goes all-in on China in casino port city

Sihanoukville, Cambodia BETWEEN Sihanoukville’s beaches and its multiplying casinos, Lao Qi and Bun Saroeun run restaurants barely a hundred dusty metres apart. But their fortunes could not be more different. For while the former is riding the Chinese boom that brought him and Let’s block ads! (Why?) … The Business Times

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SCP-3008 is survival horror in an unending Ikea purgatory

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Personal Finance Daily: These side hustles can pay $100,000 a year and 10 people you should NOT be tipping this holiday season

Happy Friday, MarketWatchers! Here are some of the day’s top stories to kick off your weekend. Personal Finance 5 money tips to keep holiday spending under control Simple steps to give you financial freedom any time of the year. Would you pay $ 100 for 100-year-old chocolate? Decades-old c… – All MarketWatch News – Personal Finance

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Microsoft, UnitedHealth Lead DJIA Higher Friday

December 8, 2017: Markets opened higher Friday following a very solid report on non-farm payroll gains. Next week’s FOMC meeting is expected to raise the federal funds rate again. Telecom and healthcare were sector leaders today while materials and defensive stocks lagged. WTI crude oil for January delivery settled at $ 57.36 a barrel, up 1.2% for the day but ...

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