(компания / тикер / цена / изменение ($/%) / проторгованый объем) ALCOA INC. AA 28.86 -0.18(-0.6198%) 8375 Amazon.com Inc., NASDAQ AMZN 745.25 4.91(0.6632%) 18941 Apple Inc. AAPL 110.16 0.26(0.2366%) 44739 AT&T Inc T 38.62 0.01(0.0259%) 3899 Barrick Gold Corporation, NYSE ABX 15.32 -0.34(-2.1711%) 33450 Boeing Co BA 152 -0.25(-0.1642%) 421 Caterpillar Inc CAT 95.41 0.27(0.2838%) 2881 Chevron Corp CVX 113.78 0.78(0.6903%) 391 Cisco Systems Inc CSCO 29.36 0.11(0.3761%) 2672 Citigroup Inc., NYSE C 56.35 0.33(0.5891%) 21494 Exxon Mobil Corp XOM 87.58 0.54(0.6204%) 2471 Facebook, Inc. FB 115.95 0.55(0.4766%) 53906 Ford Motor Co. F 12.35 0.11(0.8987%) 25832 Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc., NYSE FCX 15.7 0.28(1.8158%) 195468 General Electric Co GE 31.42 0.08(0.2553%) 7294 General Motors Company, NYSE GM 35.21 0.18(0.5138%) 8560 Goldman Sachs GS 225 1.64(0.7342%) 2640 Google Inc. GOOG 754.06 3.56(0.4744%) 2436 Home Depot Inc HD 130 0.13(0.1001%) 1189 Intel Corp INTC 34.3 0.14(0.4098%) 2069 International Business Machines Co... IBM 159.99 -0.03(-0.0187%) 500 International Paper Company IP 50.5 0.04(0.0793%) 500 Johnson & Johnson JNJ 112.5 0.54(0.4823%) 728 JPMorgan Chase and Co JPM 81.91 0.31(0.3799%) 8926 McDonald's Corp MCD 119.61 1.37(1.1587%) 3382 Merck & Co Inc MRK 61.5 0.37(0.6053%) 350 Microsoft Corp MSFT 59.36 0.11(0.1857%) 1934 Nike
Weyerhaeuser Co. (WY) completed the divestiture of its Cellulose Fibers business to International Paper Company (IP) for $2.2 billion cash, subject to post-closing modifications.
(компания / тикер / цена / изменение ($/%) / проторгованый объем) 3M Co MMM 173 0.23(0.1331%) 1000 ALCOA INC. AA 30.14 0.41(1.3791%) 4947 ALTRIA GROUP INC. MO 65.33 0.15(0.2301%) 450 Amazon.com Inc., NASDAQ AMZN 766.17 3.65(0.4787%) 46577 American Express Co AXP 71.6 0.11(0.1539%) 685 Apple Inc. AAPL 111.7 0.24(0.2153%) 25514 Barrick Gold Corporation, NYSE ABX 15.34 -0.10(-0.6477%) 63728 Boeing Co BA 152.19 0.55(0.3627%) 502 Caterpillar Inc CAT 95.7 1.66(1.7652%) 13020 Chevron Corp CVX 112.19 2.85(2.6066%) 74046 Cisco Systems Inc CSCO 29.84 0.01(0.0335%) 2057 Citigroup Inc., NYSE C 56.1 0.58(1.0447%) 13964 Deere & Company, NYSE DE 100.98 0.63(0.6278%) 785 E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co DD 71.55 0.35(0.4916%) 728 Exxon Mobil Corp XOM 88.22 2.32(2.7008%) 165584 Facebook, Inc. FB 120.12 -0.75(-0.6205%) 165507 Ford Motor Co. F 11.96 0.04(0.3356%) 11425 Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc., NYSE FCX 15.41 0.44(2.9392%) 428763 General Electric Co GE 31.25 0.20(0.6441%) 21073 General Motors Company, NYSE GM 34.75 0.18(0.5207%) 13349 Goldman Sachs GS 214.54 2.79(1.3176%) 13364 Google Inc. GOOG 772 1.16(0.1505%) 5153 Intel Corp INTC 35.35 0.04(0.1133%) 1005 International Business Machines Co... IBM 163.86 0.33(0.2018%) 157 International Paper Company IP 49.2 0.36(0.7371%) 400 Johnson & Johnson JNJ 112.75 0.27(0.24%) 2222 JPMorgan Chase and Co JPM 79.64 0.72(0.9123%) 14986 Merck & Co Inc
(компания / тикер / цена / изменение ($/%) / проторгованый объем) 3M Co MMM 170.9 -2.06(-1.191%) 4156 ALCOA INC. AA 30.85 -1.00(-3.1397%) 8351 Amazon.com Inc., NASDAQ AMZN 768 7.84(1.0314%) 25849 Apple Inc. AAPL 110.5 0.44(0.3998%) 75154 AT&T Inc T 37.66 0.25(0.6683%) 4546 Caterpillar Inc CAT 92.7 0.36(0.3899%) 531 Chevron Corp CVX 110.2 1.00(0.9157%) 7082 Cisco Systems Inc CSCO 30.15 -0.03(-0.0994%) 7079 Citigroup Inc., NYSE C 55.88 0.42(0.7573%) 48525 E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co DD 69 -0.17(-0.2458%) 1402 Exxon Mobil Corp XOM 86.22 0.94(1.1023%) 12897 Facebook, Inc. FB 118.39 1.37(1.1707%) 147893 Ford Motor Co. F 11.81 0.05(0.4252%) 13145 Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc., NYSE FCX 14.22 0.49(3.5688%) 222797 General Electric Co GE 30.72 0.05(0.163%) 2458 General Motors Company, NYSE GM 33.05 0.05(0.1515%) 1047 Goldman Sachs GS 210.9 0.55(0.2615%) 2167 Google Inc. GOOG 763.7 3.16(0.4155%) 4673 Home Depot Inc HD 128.88 0.55(0.4286%) 112 Intel Corp INTC 35.1 0.15(0.4292%) 2863 International Business Machines Co... IBM 160.3 -0.09(-0.0561%) 322 International Paper Company IP 47.7 -0.75(-1.548%) 2910 Johnson & Johnson JNJ 115.82 0.46(0.3988%) 1408 JPMorgan Chase and Co JPM 78.08 0.37(0.4761%) 5690 McDonald's Corp MCD 119.7 0.25(0.2093%) 1692 Microsoft Corp MSFT 60.52 0.17(0.2817%) 4833 Pfizer Inc PFE 31.6 0.12(0.3812%) 1235 Tesla Motors, Inc., NASDAQ
Совет директоров Американо-российского делового совета (АРДС) возглавил главный исполнительный директор компании International Paper Марк Саттон.
10 сентября главы кадровых отделов ста крупнейших корпораций Соединенных Штатов призвали спикера Палаты представителей Джона Бейнера и лидера меньшинства в палате Нэнси Пелоси провести обширную реформу иммиграционного процесса. В письме к политикам обратились представители американских компаний чуть ли не из каждой отрасли бизнеса: General Electric, The Walt Disney Company, Marriott International, Hilton Worldwide, Hyatt Hotels […]
On this election day, it seems impossible to believe that Donald Trump is within striking distance of the White House. True, most polls -- including Real Clear Politics and Nate Silver's Five Thirty Eight -- show Hillary Clinton with a narrow three to four percent lead nationally and, in the key swing states, including Pennsylvania and Florida, either below or slightly above a three percent margin of error. Yet those margins could be even narrower in the real world. That's because state and local officials have ignored court rulings against vote suppression laws, as Michael Wines of The New York Times has chronicled. And, in the last few days,the lawsuits opposing the threatened Trump "goon squads," as University of California Irvine election law expert Rick Hasen calls them, have largely been rejected by the courts in Pennsylvania, Texas, North Carolina and Ohio, despite earlier temporary restraining orders against the ad-hoc poll monitoring. The judges and appellate courts have somehow now accepted the promises of notorious dirty trickster Roger Stone, who got his start in the Nixon White House, that his Stop the Steal squads and gun-toting Oath Keepers composed of ex-cops and former soldiers in open-carry gun states will obey voting rights laws, contrary to what Huffington Post's Christina Wilkie and other journalists uncovered in the last few days. Even if most of these pro-Trump thugs won't actively harass or intimidate voters -- as Roger Stone promises -- there will surely be a few incidents of violence and threats on Election Day that will "go viral" on YouTube and deter others from voting. There are some analysts and Democrats who believe that the vote suppression efforts and bigotry will spur large turnouts of minorities and other Democratic voters -- but with nearly 900 fewer places to vote because the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act, as The Nation's Ari Berman shows, will they be able to turn out and then get their votes accurately counted? In a web show interview (at the 12:25 mark) with journalist and author, Kal Korff, now with with the India-based English-language international paper, Daily World, I sought to pull together the various political and economic factors -- from vote suppression to declining wages to the weakness and pro-corporate trends of of the Democratic Party -- that have made a Donald Trump candidacy possible, while citing the best journalists and websites to help you keep track of important political and voting trends. Korff, a disillusioned centrist Democrat who is far more critical of President Obama and Hillary Clinton than I am, still supports Clinton in this election as protection against the clear and present danger to democracy and survival of the world (in case of nuclear war) that Donald Trump poses. One option beside voting for HIllary is making phone calls on her behalf from home or volunteering at the polls. Regardless of all the forces that have brought us to this point, one question troubling many people is: Will this be a fair and accurately counted election? As investigative journalist and blogger, Brad Friedman, has pointed out, along with Common Cause, NYU's Brennan Center and other experts, our vulnerable electronic voting machines -- even without threats of Russian hacking -- aren't 100 % reliable or, in most cases, can't have their votes even verified accurately, even with the tissue-paper thin print-outs many machines have that most voters ignore. Friedman, Ari Berman of The Nation, Michael Wines of The New York Times, The Voting News aggregated by the Verified Voting advocacy group, Rachel Maddow of MSNBC, Steven Rosenfeld of Alternet, and, despite some overheated rhetoric and claims, Greg Palast of Rolling Stone and the BBC are the journalists who most regularly cover vote suppression, GOP schemes and voting machine problems. To report problems call Election Protection, 1866-OUR-Vote. Yet the economic-driven and anti-Hillary rage of most men, college educated or not; reactionary beliefs of most conservatives; and the toxic, racist, anti-immigrant propaganda of the alt.right -- echoed and amplified by the Trump campaign-- have propelled Trump to the nomination and with a decent shot at winning the White House, especially if Michigan flips in his direction; Hillary's lead has fallen drastically there. The Detroit Free Press reports today: "In Michigan, that 11-point lead [from a month ago] for the former first lady, U.S. senator and secretary of state had collapsed to 4 percentage points in the latest Free Press poll. That's at the edge of the poll's margin of error, meaning that whatever lead she has, it's not a sure one." Most men, and by large margins, white men without college educations, favor Donald Trump, a driving force behind his campaign's success. These demographics are ably explored in The New York Times article, " Donald Trump's Big Bet on Less Educated Whites," and it's worth looking at the extent of voting participation by whites compared to minorities. Despite the rising percentage of especially Hispanics in the U.S. voting population, as the Times points out: The largest bloc is whites who have no college degree, and the voting-age population of this group is as large as that of voting-age blacks, Hispanics and Asian-Americans combined. Mitt Romney won this group over Barack Obama by 26 percentage points, and Ronald Reagan by 31 points in 1984. But Bill Clinton won this bloc of voters both times he ran. In this year's political polls, this group favors Mr. Trump by large margins over Hillary Clinton. The economic, cultural and political factors that made Trump's advantages with this and other disgruntled groups possible were outlined in a prescient article in May by Huffington Post's Global Editorial Director, Howard Fineman" "Here are 7 Reasons Why Donald Trump Could Win In November." Number 1: "It's the Economy, Stupid." In fact, the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index, which has generally been down in the last 90 days, is an excellent predictor of whether the incumbent party or the challenging party will win the Presidency: it's been accurate in 19 of the 22 presidential elections since 1928. As USA Today reported: Says Dan Clifton, head of policy research at Strategas: "Stocks are now sending one of two messages. First, the probability of a Trump win is increasing. Stocks are down 4% since August 8th and that has not been a good sign for the incumbent party historically." Even deeper trends, going back decades to the rise of pro-business, anti-regulation lobbyists and the decline of unions, as recounted in Timothy Noah's book on income inequality, The Great Divergence, helped shape the decline of the middle and working class in America, laying the groundwork for disenfranchised whites to be Trump's key base of support. These trends have combined with an effective Republican propaganda campaign against the idea of government -- and the taxes to pay for it -- entirely. In a brilliantly insightful essay in The Guardian, "The Big Con," Ben Fountain explains how the stakes couldn't be higher in this election as a result of the Republican and right-wing attacks on the government that made modern life possible. As The Guardian's subhead points out: "Big government helped make America great but it was so successful its effect has become invisible. Anti-Washington hatred helps only the super-rich and puts progress at risk for millions living with wage stagnation and rising inequality." Hence, Donald Trump has come perilously close to becoming president. UPDATE: Among the best websites to track the latest political and election news -- in addition to the front page of The Huffington Post -- is the news aggregator Memeorandum that pulls together breaking news with commentaries from both the left and the right, along with the smart commentary, updates and analysis at The Atlantic. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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Amazon, Chipotle Mexican Grill, PPG Industries and International Paper are part of Zacks Earnings Preview:
Amazon, Chipotle Mexican Grill, PPG Industries and International Paper are part of Zacks Earnings Preview:
Weyerhaeuser Company (WY) announced that it has successfully completed divesting its printing papers company, North Pacific Paper Company, to One Rock Capital Partners, LLC.
Will paper stocks KapStone Paper and Packaging Corporation (KS), PH Glatfelter Co. (GLT) deliver an earnings beat on Nov 1?
International Paper Company (IP) reported lackluster third-quarter 2016 results.
International Paper Company (IP) reports dismal third-quarter 2016 results.