, meanwhile, is up 0.2% as the Australian Financial Review says the miner has attracted no fewer than six possible bidders for its Australian nickel business. Among other blue chips on the climb: Westfield Group Australia is up 1.8%, QBE Insurance Group Ltd. is up 1.5%, and Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd. is up 1.2% as rival Qantas Airways Ltd. drops 0.4%.
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trade embargo against Cuba. He’s bucking decades of political orthodoxy in the largest swing-voting state. For years, politicians have been careful about what they say about the issue. That’s out of fear of alienating Florida’s powerful Cuban-American voters. Many of them fled Fidel Castro’s Cuba. But Democrats, including Hillary Rodham Clinton, see an opening with newer Cuban arrivals and second-generation Cuban-Americans who favor resuming diplomatic relations.
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Steve Bullock told The Associated Press he has no plan to introduce large numbers of bison across the state. But he says it’s appropriate to continue evaluating the animals’ future in Montana. A two-day forum on bison is scheduled for July 14 and 15 in Billings. State officials originally planned that meeting for April in Lewistown but canceled it after ranchers pledged to turn out in opposition. Wall Street has emerged from the financial crisis deeply changed.
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The ETF was not far from closing at the lowest level in two months as investors believe the better best site than expected jobs numbers will lead to the Fed raising interest rates sooner rather than later. As interest rates increase, the value of bonds fall, thus TLT will not be a good investment in a rising rate environment. SPDR Gold ETF (NYSE: GLD ) After a big rally the last month the price of gold consolidated the last two days just below a significant resistance level. For GLD $128.25 is a level that it will have trouble breaking through.
First, is the familiar and growing chorus crowing about high valuations. Second, is the lack of love for the contributions of the biotech industry to the aforementioned health care rally. The two kind of go hand-in-hand. [ Health Care Valuations on the Rise ] Speaking of the health care rally, it is contributing to upside for other ETFs, the new First Trust Dorsey Wright Focus Five Fund ( FV ) makes its first appearance on our most searched list. FV allocates over 42% of its combined weight to health care-related ETFs. PEJ, which arguably does not get the attention it deserves, is up 3% in the past month.