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MAY 04, 2016 - TheStreet

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Why Wall Street Remains Ridiculously Bearish on Struggling Whole Foods

Updated with additional analyst comments. Wall Street still thinks Whole Foods Market is a pretty unhealthy investment.  Shares of the organic grocer have fallen about 6.2% since the company reported its fiscal first-quarter earnings on Feb. 10. By comparison, the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average have rallied to the tune of 10.1% and 11.1%, respectively. While the company ...

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MAY 03, 2016 - Zacks Investment Research

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Stock Market News for May 03, 2016

Benchmarks closed in positive territory on Monday following gains in consumer discretionary, consumer staples and financials stocks

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MAY 03, 2016 - Benzinga

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The Time Is Right To Stick With Staples ETFs

With the Consumer Staples Select Sect. SPDR (ETF) (NYSE: XLP) up nearly 5 percent year-to-date and 6.4 percent over the past 90 days, there have been plenty of good times to be long the staples sector this year.

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MAY 03, 2016 - Zero Hedge

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"This Has Been The Longest Selling Streak In History" - 'Smart Money' Sells For Record 14 Consecutive Weeks

When yesterday Bank of America presented "Another Sign That Wall Street Doesn’t Believe The Rally" noting that its "Sell Side Indicator, a measure of Wall Street’s bullishness on stocks, fell by 1ppt to 51.9, its lowest level in over a year" it tried to spin this "pervasive bearishness as a 'reliable contrarian indicator'." Alas, for now it is merely an ...

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MAY 02, 2016 - Business Insider

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Here's which global industries have the biggest executive pay gaps between men and women

Women still earn less than men around the world. In developed markets, part of the "gender gap" comes from things like women being more likely to take off time when they have children than men, and women choosing to enter different, lower paying professions. But that doesn't mean that women who do reach executive positions are always compensated equally as well as ...

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