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Romance Industry

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This basket consists of companies tied to modern and traditional romance in the US.

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    Final Trades: TGT, HD & more

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  • Netflix Awakens a New Bear as Disney, AT&T Threaten Its Dominance
    Bloomberg5 hours ago

    Netflix Awakens a New Bear as Disney, AT&T Threaten Its Dominance

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  • Zacks6 hours ago

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  • Zacks6 hours ago

    Netflix's Upcoming Thriller Expands Content Portfolio in 2019

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  • FAANG Glory Days May Be Over as Headwinds Persist Into Next Year
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  • 2019 won’t be kind to semiconductor stocks, but you might still make money with this strategy
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