BC-Money & Markets Digest
Money & Markets modules for Friday, Feb. 1
The Labor Department reports its monthly tally of hiring by nonfarm employers. Merck & Co. and Exxon Mobil report quarterly results.
Hershey shares slipped Thursday after the snack and candy maker reported disappointing fourth-quarter results.
AT&T’s video woes
AT&T spent $49 billion to buy DirecTV to build up an entertainment business. More than three years later, TV is giving it nothing but trouble.
General Electric (GE)
Charter Communications (CHTR)
Avon Products (AVP)
United Parcel Service (UPS)
United States Steel (X)
T. Rowe Price New America Growth (PRWAX)
This “Bronze”-rated fund “has gotten off to a good start” under new manager Justin White. It held up slightly better than its benchmark in the fourth-quarter sell-off.
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