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Many politicians already have made companies that run private correctional facilities a whipping boy in the 2020 presidential race.
A pair of private-prison operators, a meal kit company and a fashion retailer all are facing unique struggles at present.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren resurrects a presidential campaign issue from 2016 that whacked the stocks of private prison operators back then.
Three private companies run 13 federal prisons for non-citizen criminals.
Shares of the operator of private prisons took a hit on Wednesday despite the company beating earnings expectations earlier this month.
Private prison stocks lead the rally in TheStreet's Trump Portfolio
Whether a name change to CoreCivic will affect public perceptions about the for-profit jailer remains to be seen.
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They can give you a chance to regain an opportunity you might have missed.
Who would be disappointed collecting 11% even if these shares never moved?
The S&P 500 closed just points from its record high as a crude oil rally distracted Wall Street from uncertainty over the Federal Reserve's rate-hike plans.