Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
NEW YORK— UnitedHealth is backing its 2016 financial guidance and expects growth into 2017, with earnings per share potentially reaching $9.60. Last month, UnitedHealth executives said they were comfortable with Wall Street consensus forecasts for next year. UnitedHealth also said in October that it was hiking its adjusted earnings forecast for 2016 to...
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