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$TEL's capital spending for 1Q16 rose to $139MM from $135MM last year. $TEL expects FY16 capital spending levels to be about 5% of net sales. $TEL believes its capital funding levels are adequate to support new programs and it continues to invest in manufacturing infrastructure to further enhance productivity and manufacturing operations.
I haven’t seen a drop in banks like this in a long time. Looks like $WFC is still facing pressures from its sales practices scandal..!!
Helping President-elect's America first focus, $WMT set to create 10,000 retail jobs in the US in 2017.
Looks like Trump has his eyes on the $MON and Bayer merger next. He had a meeting with the CEOs and apparently got job promises from them.
$FHN shares have dropped after its earnings missed analysts’ expectations. I’m worried whether the stock will slide further.