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The villain is the nuclear-power industry, the U.S.'s only power producer dependent on foreign fuels.
Adding new power plants cannot materially help our nation reach energy independence.
URS and Foster Wheeler are dirt-cheap according to nearly all metrics, and they deserve better.
The major averages traded in a tight range ahead of Wednesday's Fed announcement and Friday's July jobs report.
Shaw Group saw its shares explode after Chicago Bridge & iron offered to buy the company at a premium price.
Huntington Ingalls CEO Mike Petters is sailing smooth waters after leaving Northrop Grumman.
The cost and schedule of building the nation's first generation-III nuclear power plant will be difficult to achieve.
SHAW and LUK are testing their 200-day moving averages; time to take either a quick profit or loss.
Despite contracts for two new nuclear plants, the stock is having a meltdown.
If a stock's option contracts start closing precipitously, it may be a sign to back off.