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Google Business NewsJun 21, 2018
Kroger Shares Jump on Strong Sales Report - Wall Street Journal

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Kroger Co. KR 10.83% delivered stronger than expected earnings and sales growth on Thursday, sending its stock up around 10% in premarket trading. The largest U.S. supermarket chain by stores and sales reported revenue of $37.5 billion in the quarter ...
Kroger is surging after crushing earnings thanks to booming online sales


Google Market NewsJun 21, 2018
Housing affordability in America is the worst in nearly a decade and there's one clear culprit - Business Insider

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Housing affordability hit its worst level in nearly a decade during the first quarter, according to Attom Data Solutions. Attom measures affordability by comparing average wages to median home prices, to determine what share of income people need to


Google Business NewsJun 21, 2018
Kroger is surging after crushing earnings thanks to booming online sales - Business Insider

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Kroger easily topped first-quater expectations on Thursday. Digital sales spiked 66% over the previous quarter as Kroger faces increasing competition from Amazon. The stock surged more than 8% in early trading. Follow Kroger's stock price in real-time
Kroger 9% after earnings topper


Yahoo BusinessJun 20, 2018
Homeland Security press secretary fired back at United and American Airlines after they told the US government not to fly children separated from their parents on their planes (AAL, UAL)
The Department of Homeland Security's press secretary, Tyler Houlton, criticized American Airlines, Frontier Airlines, and United Airlines on Wednesday. Earlier, the airlines had told the United States government to refrain from flying migrant children separated from their families on their aircraft. Department of Homeland Security press secretary Tyler Houlton responded on Wednesday to American Airlines, Frontier Airlines, and United Airlines after the airlines said in separate statements they had told the United States government to refrain from flying migrant children separated from their families on their aircraft.


Yahoo BusinessJun 20, 2018
United joins American Airlines in telling US immigration officials not to fly children separated from their families on its planes (UAL, AAL)
United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz said in a statement on Wednesday that the airline had told the US government not to use its planes to fly children who have been separated from their families by immigration officials at the US-Mexico border. Hours earlier, American Airlines made a similar announcement. Major US airlines are under contract with the US government to provide transportation services.

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