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Here's how much a ticket to the World Cup Final costs 

The World Cup is one of the most popular events on earth. In 2014, 3.2 billion people watched the tournament, and one billion people watched the final between Argentina and Germany. Today, soccer fans around the world will once again crowd around TVs and phone screens and gather in cafes and bars to watch the final match between France and […]

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UK Airshow All About Boeing, Airbus Sales

The bi-annual Farnborough Airshow opens Monday near London and this year’s big story may be the dog that didn’t bark–The Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) is apparently not ready to commit on a new aircraft, referred to variously as the new mid-market airplane (NMA) or the 797. More on that later. What is expected is a showdown between the two new […]

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AirAsia is discussing the possible purchase of another 100 Airbus A321neo jets

AirAsia is discussing the possible purchase of another 100 Airbus A321neo jets Fernandes may attend this week’s Farnborough Airshow where the two sides will attempt to end a rough patch in their relations AirAsia is discussing the possible purchase of another 100 Airbus A321neo jets as the company’s chief executive officer, Malaysian entrepreneur Tony Fernandes, and Airbus go down to […]

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EOLS Makes Investors Smile, ACIU Up 72% In 4 Days, Busy Days Ahead For ABUS

The following are some of today’s top gainers in the pharma/biotech sector. 1. Biocept Inc. (BIOC) Gained 115.22% to close Wednesday’s (Jul 11) trading at $7.92. News: The Company has provided an informational update to stockholders regarding its proposed rights offering and the expected key dates and terms relative to the offering. Stockholders are advised to ensure they complete their […]

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Cato Corp. (CATO) Dropped On Disappointing Sales Results

Cato Corp. (CATO) announced Thursday that June sales decreased 2 percent from a year ago, to $72.9 million. Same store sales for the month came in flat. Cato steadily declined during the first 2 hours of trade Thursday, but recovered some ground around midday. The stock closed down by 3.36 at $21.54 on above average volume. Cato sank to a […]

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London, Paris, Rome Fares Are Still Cheap, Cheap, Cheap

[Rick Seaney is the CEO and cofounder of FareCompare, and columnist for Investopedia. The views expressed by columnists are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Investopedia.] Back in February, I wrote about the new bargain-flight cities of Europe: London, Paris and Rome. Many were surprised to see such popular destinations in the bargain bin; […]

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