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Williams Partners’ Earnings Growth in the Coming Years

19h editors.aws.marketrealist
Williams Partners (WPZ) reaffirmed its 2017 EBITDA1 guidance in its 3Q17 earnings release. The partnership expects to end 2017 with total adjusted EBITDA of $4.25 billion to $4.45 billion. At the midpoint, this number represents a 1.7% decline compared to the prior year. The expected decline in adjusted EBITDA is due to asset sales and contract restructurings. The partnership is expected to announce 2018 guidance during its 4Q17 earnings release. (5-0)

Homebuilder Confidence Remains Strong in January

2018-01-17 247wallst
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)/Wells Fargo housing market index (HMI) for January dipped to 72, down two points from an 18-year high of 74 in December. Economists polled by Bloomberg were expecting an index reading of 73. (29-0)

Can Beijing avoid repelling global investors while tightening grip on China’s tech companies?

2018-01-15 scmp
Overseas investors overlook the risks of the Communist Party’s involvement in chasing access to the massive Chinese market and promise of big returns (40-0)

The West has ushered in a world order it does not like - commentary

2018-01-14 cnbc
In spite of giving the world the currency it needs and making a net contribution to the global economy of 10 trillion dollars over the 27 years since the end of the Cold War, America is accused by its European allies of a selfish withdrawal from world affairs. (1-0)

The Year Climate Change Began to Spin Out of Control - MIT Technology Review

2018-01-04 technologyreview
For decades, scientists have warned that climate change would make extreme events like droughts, floods, hurricanes, and wildfires more frequent, more devastating, or both. In 2017, we got an up-close look at the raw ferocity of such an altered world as high-category hurricanes battered the East and Gulf coasts, and wind-whipped fires scorched the West (see “Did Climate Change Fuel California’s Devastating Fires? Probably”). (1-0)

Bruce Mansfield a real Renaissance man and key figure at Sydney's universities

2018-01-04 smh.com.au
Emeritus Professor Bruce Mansfield AM was, like his principal historical subject, Erasmus of Rotterdam, truly a Renaissance man. His interests and achievements covered many aspects of Australian and international academic, educational, cultural and religious life. (1-0)

In its Annual Best Places Issue, Sunset Announces its List of 20 Towns that "Redefine the West"

2018-01-02 marketwired
Sunset's February 2018 issue reveals editors' top picks for the most opportunity-rich places to live and work in Northern California, Southern California, Mountains, Southwest and Northwest (1-0)

KB Home - Buying Growth At An Interesting Price

2017-12-28 seekingalpha
Just recently, I wrote an article that covered the macro outlook of homebuilders. This article concluded that the average homebuilding stock is currently anything but cheap considering the results of leading indicators like NAHB housing sentiment and building permits. (1-0)

Bitcoin extends drop as investors pare wagers amid holidays

2017-12-26 themalaymailonline
A bitcoin is seen in an illustration picture taken at La Maison du Bitcoin in Paris June 23, 2017. — Reuters picNEW YORK, Dec 26 — Bitcoin, the biggest cryptocurrency, extended its decline over the long holiday weekend, failing to reverse a selloff that began after an unprecedented rally fell short of breaching US$20,000 (RM81,676). (41-0)

Bitcoin value continues to tumble over holiday weekend

2017-12-26 scmp
Bitcoin, the biggest cryptocurrency, extended its decline over the long holiday weekend, failing to reverse a sell-off that began after an unprecedented rally fell short of breaching $20,000. (41-0)

Bitcoin Extends Selloff as Investors Pare Bets - Bloomberg

2017-12-25 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. (41-0)

Bitcoin extends sell-off as investors pare holiday bets

2017-12-25 theage.com.au
Bitcoin, the biggest cryptocurrency, extended its decline over the long holiday weekend, failing to reverse a sell-off that began after an unprecedented rally fell short of breaching $US20,000. (41-0)

Bitcoin extends sell-off as investors pare holiday bets

2017-12-25 smh.com.au
Bitcoin, the biggest cryptocurrency, extended its decline over the long holiday weekend, failing to reverse a sell-off that began after an unprecedented rally fell short of breaching $US20,000. (41-0)

Digital coins resume sell-off after one-day recovery fizzles

2017-12-25 japantimes.co.jp
MADRID – The biggest cryptocurrencies resumed their decline on Sunday, almost a week after bitcoin ended its unprecedented rally by failing to break above $20,000. (1-0)

Digital coins resume selloff after one-day recovery fizzles

2017-12-24 themalaymailonline
Bitcoin prices have been particularly volatile after a recent spike. — Reuters picNEW YORK, Dec 24 — The biggest cryptocurrencies resumed their decline today, almost a week after bitcoin ended its unprecedented rally by failing to break above US$20,000 (RM81570). (1-0)

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