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Mnuchin: Trump’s first budget won’t touch entitlements

Mnuchin said Trump would use his first State of the Union policy speech on Tuesday night to preview some elements of his sweeping plans to cut taxes for the middle class, simplify the tax system and make American companies more globally competitive with lower rates...
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Tesla plunges another 5 percent on fears of Model 3 delays

Get rid of Tesla, advised Goldman Sachs analysts in a Monday note to clients. Company has reported several Insider transactions to the SEC, on Feb 8, 2017, Antonio J. Gracias (director) sold 5,600 shares at 254.82 per share price.On Jan 5, 2017, Kimbal Musk (director)...
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Hormel misses Street 1Q forecasts

Hormel Foods reported sales in the first quarter of 2017 fell 1% to $2.3 billion, but rose 3% when adjusting for the recent divestitures and the acquisition of Justin’s, the company said in a press release. The company reported $0.44 earnings per share for the...
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US Treasurys move higher; investors keenly await Fed minutes

The Dow ticked higher in its attempt to log its best record-setting streak in three decades, but the broader equity market struggled Wednesday as the Federal Reserve minutes implied that the central bank is comfortable with raising interest rates “fairly soon”.The Fed should be cautious...
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Sky TV shares fall after merger denied

Under the court’s decision, handed down by Justice Lang on Wednesday, Sky TV and Vodafone NZ are prohibited from completing their merger until midnight on the third day after the New Zealand Commerce Commission publishes its decision. The lack of a meaningful wholesale market today...
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