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germanyindustrialproduction-oct08_05dec19.jpg Germany's manufacturing new orders declined unexpectedly in October on weak domestic demand, provisional data from the Federal Statistical Office showed on Thursday. Factory orders fell a seasonally and calendar adjusted 0.4 percent month-on-month following a 1.5 percent increase in September, which was revised from the initially reported 1.3 percent gain.

wallstreet-dec05.jpg Jobless claims for the week, International trade deficit and Factory orders for October are the important announcements that might attract the attention of investors on Thursday. Asian shares climber on the day, while European shares are trading positive. The initial cues from the U.S. Futures...

What makes these stocks interesting? Powell Industries Inc. (POWL) Comtech Telecommunications Corp. (CMTL)

pearlharborshooting-dec05.jpg Two civilian defense department employees were killed and a third one injured as a U.S. sailor opened fire at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard in Hawaii on Wednesday. The gunman committed suicide by shooting himself, Rear Adm. Robert Chadwick said in a news conference. The Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, where navy and air force personnel are based, was locked down

markets-111714_05dec19.jpg European stocks struggled for direction on Thursday as investors were discouraged by mixed signals on a U.S. -China "phase-one" trade deal. After a pair of weak economic reports underlined growing fears for U.S. economic outlook, investors now await the closely-watched U.S. non-farm payrolls report...

bhc1-dec05.jpg Shares of Bausch Health Companies Inc. (BHC) (BHC.TO), which are up 55 percent year-to-date, closed at an all-time high of $28.68 yesterday.

asian-market-100912_05dec19.jpg European stocks look set to open higher on Thursday amid renewed optimism that the United States and China could be closer to a near-term trade deal. Also, risk sentiment got a boost after Japan unveiled a $120 billion fiscal package to support stalling growth in the world's third-largest economy. Asian...

pharma-050917_04dec19.jpg Today's Daily Dose brings you news about the layoff in Allena Pharma; the positive phase III trial results of Aurinia Pharma's lupus drug; stock offerings of Millendo Therapeutics and Relmada Therapeutics.

preview-dec05.jpg Factory orders from Germany and revised quarterly national accounts from euro area are due on Thursday, headlining a light day for the European economic news. At 2.00 am ET, Destatis is scheduled to issue Germany's factory orders for October. Economists forecast orders to grow 0.4 percent on month, slower than the 1.3 percent increase in September.

pharmaup-dec04.jpg The following are some of today's top gainers in the healthcare sector.

wallstreet-aug28_04dec19.jpg After showing a notable move to the downside over the past few sessions, stocks regained some ground during trading on Wednesday. The major averages climbed firmly into positive territory but remained well off the record highs.

wallstreet-sept19_04dec19.jpg Stocks remain firmly positive in mid-day trading on Wednesday after showing a strong move to the upside early in the session. With the upward move on the day, the major averages are regaining ground after closing lower for the three straight sessions.

wallstreet-oct15_04dec19.jpg Stocks have moved mostly higher in morning trading on Wednesday, regaining some ground following the pullback seen over the three previous sessions. The major averages have all moved to the upside but remain well off their record highs.

ism-non-120419.jpg A report released by the Institute for Supply Management on Wednesday showed the pace of growth in U.S. service sector activity slowed by more than anticipated in the month of November. The ISM said its non-manufacturing index dipped to 53.9 in November after climbing to 54.7 in October.

ford-mcdonald-120419.jpg Automaker Ford and fast-food giant McDonald's said they will collaborate to convert waste from coffee beans into vehicle parts, such as headlamp housings. Ford will make headlamp housings using discarded coffee chaff, the dried skin of the bean that naturally comes off during the roasting process. This is the first time Ford will use coffee bean skins to convert into select vehicle parts.

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