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Dow Movers: CAT, INTC By Clip Syndicate In early trading on Tuesday, shares of Intel Corp (INTC) topped the list of the day's best performing Dow Jones Industrial Average components, trading up 0.9%. Year to date, Intel Corp has lost about 12.5% of its value. ...Read More »
Tuesday Sector Laggards: Precious Metals, Metals & Mining Stocks By Clip Syndicate In trading on Tuesday, precious metals shares were relative laggards, down on the day by about 2%. Helping drag down the group were shares of Midway Gold (MDW), down about 18.1% and shares of Eurasian Minerals (EMXX) down about 6.9% on the day. ...Read More »
Week Ahead Market Report: March 30, 2015 By Clip Syndicate The Dow Jones Industrial Average, NASDAQ Composite and S&P 500 are higher in afternoon trading on Monday. Some of the most actively traded stocks include Apple (AAPL) trading up 2%, Bank of America (BAC) up 1.8%, and Intel (INTC) down 1.6%. ...Read More »
Monday Sector Laggards: Precious Metals, Sporting Goods & Activities By Clip Syndicate In trading on Monday, precious metals shares were relative laggards, down on the day by about 2.9%. Helping drag down the group were shares of Timmins Gold (TGD), down about 10.7% and shares of Banro Corporation (BAA) down about 8.8% on the day. ...Read More »
Dow Movers: INTC, UNH By Clip Syndicate In early trading on Monday, shares of UnitedHealth Group (UNH) topped the list of the day's best performing Dow Jones Industrial Average components, trading up 3.8%. Year to date, UnitedHealth Group registers a 21.2% gain. ...Read More »
Massive fire destroys building, closes Florida Blvd in... By Clip Syndicate DENHAM SPRINGS, LA (FOX44) - Two businesses in Denham Springs are nothing but rubble and ashes. A massive fire erupted in the 300-block of Florida Avenue around noon destroying a local hair salon and medical supply store. FOX44’s Talia Samelian says the flames are gone now but there's still an overwhelming smell of burning wood. You can see the ash hanging in the air--almost like mist. It's hard to breathe but even harder to imagine the loss and devastation these business owners are going through. It all happened around 10:45 this morning when two employees at the Magnolia Respiratory And Medical Equipment store saw smoke seeping out of the air vents. They immediately ran out of the building. Both women were too shaken up to speak on camera. Les Smith and his wife, who have owned Magnolia Medical for the past decade, are devasted. "I would say empty. Empty right now. We have a lot of memories I would say in that building," Smith tells FOX44 News. He says that he and his wife are, "Just basically in shock. One minute it's here, the next it's gone. We'll just go forward from here and rebuild." Denham Springs Fire Chief Melvin Wheat says right now they don't know what caused the fire. He adds that five different fire departments are now investigating the cause of the fire. Fire Chief Wheat says it’s very lucky that no one was hurt considering what was insidie: "The building had numerous O2 bottles in it, oxygen bottles. We got a lot of those out before but I think 4 or 5 of those exploded during the fire. Then we finally got that back end out enough that we could get in and get the rest of those bottles out." Harold Davidson and Gene Delozier co-own the business complex that went up in flames. Davidson says he hasn't had a moment to fully grasp what's happening, but that right now they’re just focusing on being there for their tenants. "I don't even know where to start. I've never had a fire so I really don't know...just have to decide whether to rebuild or not. I feel sorry for the tenants and I feel sorry for the adjoining property owners. They had to close two restaurants around us and evacuate the church," he tells FOX44 News. Gene Delozier says, "You know, I just can't believe it. You know, we've had the building and we try and update it and keep everything nice and it's a disaster for our tenants. We're concerned about our tenants." Firefighters are still combing through the scene to figure out what started the fire.   Photos courtesy of Central Fire Department    12:30 p.m. View of fire from Range Avenue around 12:15 p.m. View of fire from Range Avenue around 11:45 a.m. See Updates To This Story ...Read More »
The Advantages of Paperless Project Sites By Amy Beth Miller for America's Backbone Weekly Drawings, change orders, claims and dispute paperwork can be digitally transmitted from office to job site to owner using integrated applications. ...Read More »
The Advantages of Paperless Project Sites By Amy Beth Miller for America's Backbone Weekly Drawings, change orders, claims and dispute paperwork can be digitally transmitted from office to job site to owner using integrated applications. ...Read More »
Weekly Market Wrap: March 27, 2015 By Clip Syndicate The twelfth full trading week of 2015 comes to a close with the Dow Jones, S&P 500 and NASDAQ composite all higher in early afternoon trading on Friday. Most actively traded stocks include Bank of America (BAC) down 0.65%, Apple (AAPL) down 0.76%, Ford Motor (F) lower by 0.28%, Kraft Foods Group (KRFT) up 4.8% and BlackBerry (BBRY) up 1.95%. ...Read More »
Friday Sector Laggards: Metals & Mining, Oil & Gas Exploration & Production Stocks By Clip Syndicate In trading on Friday, metals & mining shares were relative laggards, down on the day by about 2.1%. Helping drag down the group were shares of Peabody Energy Corporation (BTU), down about 8.4% and shares of Alpha Natural Resources (ANR) off about 7% on the day. ...Read More »

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