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The best gains in the stock market this month are being generated by the likes of Exelon Corp., an atomic-power producer whose profits are shrinking. At the same time, companies that are boosting income such as Facebook and Netflix are in retreat. Shares favored by value investors for their low price-earnings ratios are beating those with higher valuations by the most since 2009, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. [Full Story]
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