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The past year has seen a long list of "XYZ is at its highest level since XXX" announcements.
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Corporate earnings are not telling a true story due to the large amount of share buybacks in the last year, according to the chief economist of The Carlyle Group Record distributions to shareholders in the form of buybacks and dividends are decreasing the earnings-per-share denominator and may be distorting earnings, said Jason Thomas.
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Pending home sales fell 1.1% June to mark the first decline in four months, reports MarketWatch's Jeff Bartash .
Orders for durable U.S. goods rose 0.7% in June amid gains in most categories, the Commerce Department said Friday.
But actually, there were some gloomy signals in it. One was a downward revision to May orders, and it's not just that the overall level of orders was revised lower, but that the revision was concentrated in the core-capital-goods segment.
The Internet company's results were actually slightly better than expected. Pandora also reported 76.4 million active listeners at the end of the second quarter, up 7.5% year-over-year.
The number of unemployed workers applying for jobless benefits tumbled to the lowest level in more than eight years, signaling that employers are letting go of very few workers.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has always been a student of the economy.
Yet according to MarketWatch , the decision to delay is also strategic in nature.
MarketWatch confirms that a total of 31 corporate boards became Full Board Members of the National Association of Corporate Directors during this year's second quarter.
MarketWatch tech reporter Ben Pimentel is live-blogging the Menlo Park, Calif.-based social network's earnings call.
The number of civilian deaths linked to terrorist attacks is rising, according to a new report ranking the world's biggest terrorist hot spots.
Follow along as MarketWatch's Rob Schroeder live-blogs a House Financial Services Committee hearing on the fourth anniversary of the Dodd-Frank Act.
With few exceptions, Europe is the place to be if, for some reason, you're looking for the best odds of sharing space with the world's wealthy, according to a new study by Spear's magazine in association with wealth consultancy WealthInsight.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 05:46 pm
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