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Tax-loss selling can create value opportunities for those with strong stomachs, as seen with this mini portfolio of stocks.
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My stock screen idea unearthed winners in Weight Watchers and Gener8 Maritime but a loser in Gannett.
Weight Watchers and Gannett are among the beaten-down names that investors might consider.
Gannett Company's is no longer pursuing an acquisition of Tronc, which owns The Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune.
U.S. stocks began the new month in the red as uncertainty over the upcoming presidential election weighed on Wall Street.
Wells Fargo shares were already suffering prior to the account creation scandal. William Smead of the Smead Value Fund, said the bank will bounce back from this one-two punch.
U.S. stocks recovered from a two-day selloff on Tuesday as the shock of the Brexit vote faded and hopes of further stimulus rose.
GCI is poised at a triangle of support, and could be ready to move lower.
Gannett is pressuring shareholders of acquisition target Tribune Publishing to voice their discontent over TPUB's takeover-averse board.
There's another setback to Gannett's $864 million hostile bid for Tribune Publishing.
The publishing giant appears to be doing all it can to fend off Gannett's attempts at a takeover.
Tribune's rejection of a revised takeover offer from Gannett is just one of the latest developments between the two publishers.
U.S. stocks held near session highs as Apple did heavy lifting for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq.
Gannett is effectively bidding against itself for Tribune Publishing, says Jim Cramer.
U.S. indices were facing pressure from oil headwinds as earnings season continues.
The newspaper stock has broken above an intermediate-term resistance level and could make all-time highs.
Jim Cramer says it will be hard for Tribune to turn down Gannett's offer to buy the company.
U.S. stocks opened lower Monday morning in a busy week for economic and earnings news.
How I caught a fish and bird at the same time (an important lesson).
Print is not going out of style anytime soon, and the nation's largest newspaper publisher is poised to benefit.
Beyond Greece, Puerto Rico and the June jobs report, Investors should also be aware of a big number of corporate spin-offs this week.
These new companies may offer some intriguing opportunities.
Gannett spinoff TEGNA mixes cars, the internet and television. And it’s perfect to park in your portfolio, said Bill Smead, fund manager for the Smead Value fund.
The euro also of lows, down 0.6% against the greenback.