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  • Pipeline Stocks Stage a Comeback

    Revved up earnings, thanks to record U.S. oil and gas production, and clarity on a federal tax ruling have lifted shares of energy master limited partnerships, which own and operate pipelines.

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  • BJ’s Wholesale Files for IPO

    BJ’s Wholesale Club Holdings Inc. filed for an initial public offering Thursday, in a move that is relatively rare for a retailer recently.

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  • Stock Pickers Ready to Take the Facebook Out of ‘FANG’

    Stock-picking fund managers have soured on Facebook since the social network’s revelation that millions of users’ data were compromised, with some either partially or completely abandoning their positions.

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  • How Bets Against Volatility Fed the Stock Market Rout

    A plunge in global equity markets has thrown light on the increasingly popular strategy of shorting volatility. The growth of this trade contributed to the largest fall in some U.S. equity markets since 2011.

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  • Tech Stocks Roar Again in Faint Echo of 2000

    A swell of enthusiasm for shares of America’s best-known technology and internet companies carried the Nasdaq Composite Index to another record, reminiscent of the rally that crested 17 years ago.

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