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Entergy Corp (NYSE:ETR) files its latest 10-K with SEC for the fiscal year ended on December 31, 2017. Entergy Corp is an energy company. It is engaged in electric power production and retail electric distribution operations in portions of Arkansas, Mississippi, Texas, and Louisiana, including the City of New Orleans. Entergy Corp has a market cap of $13.87 billion; its shares were traded at around....More>>>

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Equities analysts expect Casey’s General Stores Inc (NASDAQ:CASY) to post $2.55 billion in sales for the current quarter, Zacks reports. Five analysts have provided estimates for Casey’s General Stores’ earnings, with the lowest sales estimate coming in at $2.43 billion and the highest estimate coming in at $2.64 billion. Casey’s General Stores reported sales of $2.09 billion....More>>>

Top 5 Growth Stocks For 2019

Las Vegas Sands Corp (NYSE:LVS) files its latest 10-K with SEC for the fiscal year ended on December 31, 2017. Las Vegas Sands Corp operates fully integrated resorts with casino, hotel, entertainment. The company owns the Venetian Macao, Sands Macao, in Macau, the Marina Bay Sands resort in Singapore, the Venetian and Sands Bethlehem casinos in the United States. Las Vegas Sands Corp has a market....More>>>

Best Growth Stocks To Own For 2019

Introduction: Does Amazon finally have a worthy competitor?

Wal-Mart’s (WMT) third-quarter results ignited optimism in the stock as investors got more clarity on its e-commerce efforts. The U.S. Wal-Mart e-commerce net sales were up 50% with the majority of the growth emanating from Walmart.com. This robust e-commerce growth is the most important piece about Wal-Mart’s results....More>>>

Hot Growth Stocks To Watch For 2019

Today, central banks are acting more aggressively than ever before to stave off deflation and spur global growth. The European Central Bank, the People’s Bank of China, the Bank of Japan, the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve have all embarked on quantitative easing (QE) programs following the 2008 financial crisis.

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