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This Week in Barron's: Episodes

This Week in Barron's, Monday December 29th, the Dow has hit the 18,000 point mark to keep this bull market going at full speed and Barron's has put together a short list of its favorite stocks for 2015; Bank of America Merrill Lynch releases a 'Globesity' report about the epidemic of global obesity ...
This Week in Barron's: The impact low oil prices are having on energy stocks could be creating some good buying opportunities, Bed Bath & Beyond seems to finally be taking E-commerce seriously, Investors in CVS Health are in great shape and more gains could lie ahead, Sony's recent difficulties may not ...
This Week in Barron's: since 2009 the market has seen its 4th longest bull market in history, and strategist polled by Barron's think this could continue into next year; Environmentalist release investment guide focused on which energy companies employ the best practices during the process of fracturing ...
This Week in Barron's: With less companies going public lately the retail investor may be insulated from the next bursting bubble; Retailers expecting increase in holiday shopping over last year.<div class="feedflare">
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This Week in Barron's: with an improvement to technology of the battery, Electric bikes see demand start to grow at a decent pace; More banks close branches across country as trend continues; Buying a condo in a fashionable market like NYC can be more than a handful.<div class="feedflare">
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This Week in Barron's: More corporations are turning to weight loss competitions for their employees that are similar to the show The Biggest Loser, with participation in some cases in the thousands; The antiquated payphone moves closer to retirement.<div class="feedflare">
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This Week in Barron's: China has become too expensive to global brands like Nike and Coach who are seeking cheaper labor in smaller less developed neighbors in Asia; With the holidays right around the corner more traditional retailers are pushing for consumers to shop online but come in to pick up ...
This Week in Barron's: Most people think of how much to save for retirement, when they should also consider the cost of health care for the twilight years of life; the NASDAQ hasn't enjoyed the same market highs as the S&P; 500 and the Dow but could reach a new high in the next year; Kellogg's better-than-expected ...
This Week in Barron's: Investors look to make sense of the market; find out which Chinese etailer benefits from their growing middle class; MSG Entertainment could become its own entity and go public; and investors may want to bid on Sotheby's stock.<div class="feedflare">
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This Week in Barron's, Monday October 27th, Last week Apple launched Apple Pay which could be a game changer -if it's anything like most Apple products- and if it is a winner the companies that supply the technology involved with Apple Pay could directly benefit; Impact investing, which takes socially ...
This Week in Barron's: Jetblue has kept its promise to bring humanity back to travel but can it bring value back to its shares; Molson-Coors sits at a great vantage point as its industry goes through a consolidation trend giving the brewer many options; This hurricane season may be a return to the severity ...
This Week In Barron's: Appealing to millennials can be a challenge for bankers and brokers, Women looking to earn more may want to move to the Northeast or Washington DC, Demand for vitamins and supplements is rising, Something big may be brewing among the world's leading beer makers.<div class="feedflare">
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This Week In Barron's: American Express has been lowering the velvet rope to appeal to a younger and less-wealthy clientele, Alibaba could be the hottest deal of the year when the company starts trading publicly, A veteran investor says it's still a decent time to be an owner of US stocks, The retail ...
This Week In Barron's: It's full steam ahead for US stocks, We're seeing a turnaround in the gender balance of luxury shopping, Plenty of once unthinkable devices are on the way, The Smart Body Analyzer does things a normal scale doesn't.<div class="feedflare">
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This Week In Barron's: The percentage of adult American workers in the labor force is at its lowest level in 36 years, An uptick in construction could have a big impact on the company that invented Sheetrock, Synaptics' deal to buy Validity Sensors could be more meaningful in the long run than some headline-grabbing ...
This Week In Barron's: Pepsi has a new challenge, Money from the sale of some unwanted luxury items is going to help the needy, Some top independent financial advisers are telling clients not to be too fearful, What to look for when selecting a financial adviser.<div class="feedflare">
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This Week In Barron's: ABM industries is benefiting from an improving labor market that's increasing demand for office space, Panasonic is doubling down on businesses where entry barriers are high and competition is low, Exchange-traded funds are not foolproof, The CIO of Federated Investors is still ...
This week in Barron's: concerns for the combined Trulia and Zillow; prepare for more losses on Wall Street; the benefits of an ETF can cost you and the rally in China has legs.<div class="feedflare">
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This Week in Barron's: D.R. Horton may have one of the rosiest outlooks among major home builders, Crocs is on the comeback trail, United Stationers isn't taking the changing times sitting down, Hollywood is in desperate need of a superhero.<div class="feedflare">
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This Week in Barron's: Wearable devices need to get smarter and cheaper to really take off, Business and finance types are showing up in acting workshops, Exchange-traded funds are performing better than pricier stock-picking mutual funds, Makers of scotch whisky have reason to be anxious about the idea ...
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