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US Stocks Bob From Gains To Losses After Stronger Philly Data; DJIA Up 14 – Wall Street Journal



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US Stocks Bob From Gains To Losses After Stronger Philly Data; DJIA Up 14
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK (Dow Jones)–US stocks bobbed from gains to losses Thursday morning as investors weighed an encouraging surge in a gauge of mid-Atlantic manufacturing activity against a cautionary report that Europe's
Wall Street Seeks Direction, Traders Weigh Europe, EarningsFox Business
Stock Futures: Oct. 20TheStreet.com
Stocks Waver With Europe And Earnings In FocusKJCT8.com
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Emerging Stocks Snap Nine-Day Rally on Europe Debt, China GDP – BusinessWeek



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Emerging Stocks Snap Nine-Day Rally on Europe Debt, China GDP
BusinessWeek
Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) — Emerging stocks fell, ending the longest winning streak since June 2010, after Moody's Investors Service said France's top credit rating is under pressure and China's economy expanded at the
Stocks Retreat as Won, Copper Decline on Europe, China ConcernsSan Francisco Chronicle
GLOBAL MARKETS: European Stocks Stay Down; Sentiment FragileWall Street Journal
World stocks fall amid debt doubts, China coolingThe Associated Press
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Stocks, US Futures, Copper Drop on France Debt, China Growth – BusinessWeek



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Stocks, US Futures, Copper Drop on France Debt, China Growth
BusinessWeek
Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) — European stocks, US index futures and commodities fell as Moody's Investors Service said France's Aaa rating is at risk and China's economic growth slowed.
Stocks, US Futures Drop on France, GoldmanBloomberg
TSX may open lower as China weighs on commoditiesReuters
Stocks, U.S. Futures, Copper Drop on France Debt, China GrowthSan Francisco Chronicle
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Stocks Fall, All S&P Sectors Lower; Vix Jumps – CNBC.com



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Stocks Fall, All S&P Sectors Lower; Vix Jumps
CNBC.com
Stocks extended their losses Monday, led by materials, after Germany's finance minister said there wouldn't be a definitive solution to the euro zone's debt crisis during the forthcoming summit. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slumped,
US Stocks Trade Near Session Lows As Euro Zone Predominates; DJIA Sheds 154Wall Street Journal
Canada Stocks Rise on Europe Rescue Planning, US Retail SalesBusinessWeek
Stocks fall as Germany clouds quick resolve of European debt crisisAHN | All Headline News
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Stocks rally on retail sales and Google – CNN



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Stocks rally on retail sales and Google
CNN
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — US stocks rallied Friday, as investors welcomed a strong report on consumer spending. "Recent economic data reinforces our belief that US economy is not in a recession," said Joseph
US Stocks Rise, DJIA Heads For Longest Weekly Win Streak Since AprilWall Street Journal
Futures Climb After Google, Retail Sales DataTheStreet.com
Stocks rise after strong retail sales dataUSA Today
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Stocks Tumble On US Growth Fears, European Banks; DJIA Off 435 – Wall Street Journal



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Stocks Tumble On US Growth Fears, European Banks; DJIA Off 435
Wall Street Journal
Stocks tumbled amid growing fears of a global recession, as investors confronted a grim mix of US economic data and fresh concerns about Europe's banks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 435 points, or 3.8%, to 10974.
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US stocks sink to end another week of swingsWashington Post
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US stocks lower on recession fears, Europe jitters – The Associated Press



The Associated Press
US stocks lower on recession fears, Europe jitters
The Associated Press
US stocks are opening lower as economic jitters and uncertainty about Europe's finances fuel another day of selling around the world. Shortly after the opening bell, the Dow Jones industrial average is down 122, or 1.1 percent, at 10895.
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US stocks lower on recession fears, Europe jittersAtlanta Journal Constitution
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South Korea Stocks: Hyundai Heavy, SK Innovation, Woori Finance – BusinessWeek


South Korea Stocks: Hyundai Heavy, SK Innovation, Woori Finance
BusinessWeek
Woori Finance Holdings Co. (053000 KS) lost 7.8 percent to 11200 won, the most since May 2010. South Korea abandoned its second attempt to sell Woori Finance after only one group bid for the country's biggest financial firm by assets.

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World stocks plunge on growing recession fears; Dow Jones down 0.6% – Economic Times



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World stocks plunge on growing recession fears; Dow Jones down 0.6%
Economic Times
MILAN: Global stocks fell again Friday as fears of a possible US recession combined with ongoing worries over Europe's debt crisis, which is stoking acute fears over the continent's banking sector. However, a better than anticipated opening on Wall
Europe shares extend sell-off as recession loomsReuters
Economic Fears Cause Global Stocks to FallVoice of America
Global stocks continue sharp sell-offWashington Post
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Stocks decline for second day – CNNMoney



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Stocks decline for second day
CNNMoney
By CNNMoney staff August 19, 2011: 10:07 AM ET NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — US stocks posted another day of losses on Friday, as worries of a global slowdown and Europe's debt crisis sparked a second sell-off in both US and global markets.
US Stocks Open Lower As Caution Prevails On Slowing EconomyWall Street Journal
Rollercoaster Ride for Wall Street: Dow Swings in 100-Point RangeFox Business
Here we go again: Stocks plunge on economic fearBusinessWeek
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