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In short, the paper loss was offset by new shares awarded in EQT's just-spun-out midstream company.
The market reacted with extreme disappointment to Baozun's performance on "Singles Day" in China. Yes -- one day.
Sometimes the best stocks to buy are the ones the market has beaten up. But just as often, the winners keep on winning.
Concerns about declining revenue across all of its segments -- even the ones it's supposed to be growing -- has investors heading for the exits. But many of those investors may be missing the bigger picture.
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Three beaten-down energy stocks worth buying before the market comes back.
The natural gas for transportation supplier had another cash-flow positive quarter, paid off half its debt, and just launched a big program to jump-start growth.
The struggling healthy packaged foods company continues to post unhealthy results that come short of investor expectations. But even a modest improvement in its results could deliver big gains for investors.
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The global coffee giant delivered the goods on growth and took steps in its big venture with Nestle, but there's one thing investors should continue watching closely.
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A double-digit increase in revenue, improved operating leverage, and manufacturing cost savings helped drive profits up. Management says there's more where that came from.
The athletic apparel, footwear, and technology maker beat profit expectations last quarter, announced more optimistic guidance for the rest of the year, and delivered a big boost in operating income.
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Whether the company can reverse its comps trend is a big deal, but it's not the only thing investors should pay close attention to.
The fast-casual eatery continues to deliver solid improvements and growth, but it still hasn't found a way to bring customers back in bigger numbers.
The homebuilder's focus on growing demand for entry-level properties continues to pay off, but a shrinking order backlog and growing inventory of unsold homes could spell trouble ahead.
The fast-growth online financial-services company is pulling long-term levers. But Mr. Market could get impatient in the short term.