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The Analysts Set Mohawk Industries, Inc. (MHK) PT at $249.70

The Analysts Set Mohawk Industries, Inc. (MHK) PT at $249.70

The stock of Mohawk Industries, Inc . The firm owned 2,045 shares of the company's stock at the end of the first quarter. Shares of Mohawk are up almost 14 percent from a year ago. Therefore 79% are positive. This is based on the 10 analysts taken into consideration by Zacks. Mohawk Industries (NYSE:MHK) last posted its quarterly earnings data on Thursday, February 9th.



Pentagon joins investigation of former Trump aide Flynn

U.S. Rep. Stephen F. Lynch said he wants the House Oversight Committee to subpoena the White House to produce documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn, as the multi-agency investigation intensified over the former national security adviser's failure to disclose foreign contacts and payments from Russian Federation.



Imperial Oil Ltd (IMO) Shares Bought by Capstone Asset Management Co

A number of institutional investors have recently bought and sold shares of the company. As it reflects the theoretical cost of buying the company's shares, the market cap of Imperial Oil Limited (NYSE:IMO) is now rolling at 25490.3, making it one of the key stocks in today's market.



Ivanka Defends Her Father On Berlin Visit

Speaking on Newsnight, Vanity Fair's special correspondent Sarah Ellison, who has spent the past two years researching Ivanka's empire, said the President's eldest daughter is playing an interesting role in the new White House administration.



Goldman Sachs reiterated Vodafone Group (LON:VOD) as 'Buy' With 270 PT

A number of other research analysts have also weighed in on ITV. Pacific Center for Financial Services bought a new position in Vodafone Group Plc during the fourth quarter worth approximately $112,000. Vodafone Group plc (LON: VOD ) opened at 203.70 on Tuesday. Anika Therapeutics had 6 analyst reports since July 30, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel.


Claims about Trump's tax plan don't hold up

Claims about Trump's tax plan don't hold up

Since the federal income tax was first levied in 1913, taxpayers have been able to deduct the state and local taxes they pay from their federal taxable income. The downside to a BAT is that the tax would simply be passed on to consumers at the retail level, meaning that Americans would pay more at the check-out stand.