In January alone, it rose more than 16.0% after the company announced its fiscal 2Q17 results.
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Stocks climb again as energy companies keep rising - LA TimesNigerian stocks rose to a more than six-month high on Wednesday, lifted by gains in the banking, cement and oil sectors as dollar liquidity continued to.
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Why Nigerian stocks are rising | | Nigerian News DirectShares of NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) just keep going higher, and the stock simply keeps getting more love from Wall Street.
If profits are at 2008 levels and wages are falling, why are stocks rising.
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