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The British referendum could seem to Americans like a provincial problem. But from the perspective of many American companies, the British are employees and customers.
NEW YORK— U.S. stocks made their biggest gain in a month Thursday as investors grew more optimistic that Britons will vote to stay in the European Union. On the last trading day before results from the British referendum, stocks continued to rise as investors grew more confident Britain won't leave the union. Before that, the market slumped as investors worried...
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Top ranked energy analyst Doug Terreson discusses Exxon's future
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