The Fracking Debate Is Over

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May 22, 2014

The Fracking Debate Is OverThe Fracking Debate Is Over

Where have all the anti-frackers gone? You may have noticed we haven’t… Read»

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EIA Cuts Recoverable California Shale Estimates By 96%

EIA Cuts Recoverable California Shale Estimates By 96%

The EIA has cut its original estimate of recoverable shale oil reserves…  Read»

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FED: Early Communication And Further Testing Needed Before Normalizing Monetary Policy

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Target Slashes Guidance, But Sales Weren't As Ugly As Expected

Target Slashes Guidance, But Sales Weren’t As Ugly As Expected

Target’s Q1 financial results are out, and the numbers are a little…  Read»

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Home Improvements And Mortgage Refinancings Are On The Rise In America

Home Improvements And Mortgage Refinancings Are On The Rise In America

It’s been a decent morning for homeowners. The Mortgage Banker’s…  Read»

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The Dow's Up 125

The Dow’s Up 125

The major stock market indexes are each higher after selling off…  Read»

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PetSmart Is Tanking After Management Slashes Its Outlook

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Chinese E-Commerce Company JD.com Prices At $19 A Share

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Here's The First Thing India's New Prime Minister Needs To Do

Here’s The First Thing India’s New Prime Minister Needs To Do

Narendra Modi will be sworn in as India’s new prime minister on May 26

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