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  1. This week, the FTSE 100 declined 20.31 points, or 0.35% to 5723.65 and the Stoxx Europe 600 fell 0.50 points, or 0.19% to 267.42. More...
  2. This week, Nymex crude gained $0.45 per barrel, or 0.53% to $85.12, Nymex natural gas rose 21.8 cents per million BTU More...
  3. Shares of sporting goods store **** More...
  4. We all know the game. Company executives lowball their financial targets, lulling analysts into issuing soporific profit forecasts. Then the earnings arrive and, lo and behold, the results beat expectations... More...
  5. The "peak weeks" of first-quarter reports continue next week, with one-fifth of the Dow Jones Industrial Average components and nearly a third of the Standard & Poor's 500 Index members posting results. More...
  6. This week, the Dow Industrials rose 185.62 points, or 1.68% to 11204.28, the Nasdaq Composite gained 48.89 points, or 1.97% to 2530.15 and the S&P 500 added 25.15 points, or 2.11% to 1217.28. More...
  7. That was quick. With Friday's rally, the stock market has brushed aside the latest catalyst for a medium-term pullback. More...
  8. Britain's disappointing economic performance in the first quarter will give politicians of all stripes ammunition against their rivals ahead of the U.K.'s tightest election in nearly 20 years. Markets, however, are largely shrugging it off. More...
  9. Shares slumped after Microsoft reported solid earnings Thursday. But the bulk of analysts are seem satisfied, saying these dips are worth buying. More...
  10. So Greece has finally cried uncle after the blood-letting in the bond markets Thursday, making the Hellenic Republic the topic du jour for early morning market scribblers. More...
  11. Honeywell, Travelers and Xerox are among the better-known names slated to cough up earnings results. More...
  12. Financial markets are pushing Greece to the brink Thursday More...
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  14. Nokia shareholders are feeling the pain Thursday, as the stock nosedives 13% after the company reported weak margins and guidance and confirmed a new gadget would be delayed. More...
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