Barclays Downgrades Groupon
Barclays Capital downgraded the daily deals site to 'underweight' from 'overweight' and cut its price target on the stock.
U.S. GAS: Natural Gas Strengthens on Tropical Storm Activity
Natural gas prices rose Tuesday morning after the National Hurricane Center upgraded a tropical formation and said the storm was on a westerly path, a trajectory that could take it near natural gas production in the Gulf of Mexico.
MPX Chile Reaches Agreement Over $5 Billion Castilla Power Project
Brazil's MPX Energia S/A (MPXEY, MPXE3.BR) reached an agreement with three out of the four groups opposing construction of the company's $5 billion coal-fired Hacienda Castilla power plant, said Pedro Pablo Gutierrez, a lawyer representing the project's port unit, on Tuesday.
Are Coupons Just a Ploy to Buy More Products?
Dave Says: Coupons are definitely a ploy to entice you to buy something you may not have purchased otherwise--but that doesn't mean you shouldn't use them.
Gazprom Confirms It Is In Talks With Croatia On South Stream
Russian energy group OAO Gazprom (GAZP.RS) confirmed Tuesday it is in talks with Croatian peer Plinacro d.o.o.
CSX Coal Train Partially Derails in Maryland, Killing 2 -Reports
A CSX Corp. (CSX) train carrying coal partially derailed in Ellicott City, Md., early Tuesday, killing two people, according to local media reports.
Urban Outfitters, H&E Equipment Services Gapping Up Tuesday
Today, these stocks gapped up with opening prices significantly higher than the close on the previous trading day: Urban Outfitters (NASDAQ:URBN) opened at $36.91 after closing the previous trading session at $31.28, gapping up.
VirnetX Holding Corporation, ImmunoCellular Therapeutics Gapping Down Tuesday
These stocks gapped down today and had opening prices sharply lower than the close on the previous trading day: VirnetX Holding Corporation (AMEX:VHC) opened at $22.86 after closing the previous trading session at $25.50, gapping down.
Canadian Stocks Rise On Europe Optimism
Canadian stocks rose on Tuesday, buoyed by optimism that the European Central Bank will eventually take measures to lower borrowing costs for struggling euro-zone nations such as Spain.
Church & Dwight Hoping Adults Go Gummy for Their Vitamins
Church & Dwight Co.'s (CHD) $650 million purchase of gummy-vitamin maker Avid Health Inc. is counting on getting more adults to buy vitamins that kids love.