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Leading stocks in today's market: AstraZeneca PLC (NYSE:AZN)

AstraZeneca PLC has 1 year price target of $33.87. The number of shares traded in the last trading session was 11.26 Million. The Stock now has the market capitalization of $77.67 Billion, P/E (price to earnings ttm) of 22.21 and Weekly volatility of 1.06% and monthly volatility of 1.16% respectively.


Finish Line Stock Sinks on 4Q Earnings Miss, Weak Guidance

Finish Line Stock Sinks on 4Q Earnings Miss, Weak Guidance

Our analysis shows that the stock is widely covered by equity research firms, and target prices are revealing. Given the stock's recent action, it seemed like a good time to take a closer look at the company's recent data. This is a boost from Finish Line's previous quarterly dividend of $0.10. Finish Line's dividend payout ratio is now -285.71%. In related news, Director Glenn S.


Home Sales Heat Up to Seven-Month High in February

Home Sales Heat Up to Seven-Month High in February

Sales have now more than recouped the sharp drop suffered in December. There were 266,000 new homes for sale last month, the most since July 2009, and up almost 10 percent from February past year. Meanwhile, U.S. stocks were trading flat after the open. The claims data covered the period during which the government surveyed employers for March's nonfarm payrolls report.


Anil Agarwal to buy stake worth $2.4 bn in Anglo American

Anil Agarwal to buy stake worth $2.4 bn in Anglo American

Agarwal already owns a mining giant of his own. Wednesday's statement also said that neither Volcan nor Vedanta meant to make an offer to acquire Anglo American. The bond will be issued on or around 11 April. The proposed investment would give Agarwal a 12% stake in the the South Africa-based conglomerate, according to Bloomberg .


New Jersey murder: Deceased's mother suspects extra-marital affair of son-in-law

New Jersey murder: Deceased's mother suspects extra-marital affair of son-in-law

Subba Rao further stated that his daughter-in-law took permission from the CTS authorities to work from home. Both Sasikala and Hanumantha Rao were software professionals, and the former worked from home. Rao said the mother and her son were strangulated to death. The investigation is now under progress and more details are awaited. There have been a spate of incidents involving the death of Indians hailing from Andhra and Telangana in the recent past.