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Stocks are mixed on Thursday as an earnings miss from Ford clouds a number of better-than-expected quarters from other major companies.
Another heavy day on the earnings front kept investors busy.
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Stocks fall on Thursday as an earnings miss from Ford and worrying production news from Boeing spreads pessimism.
U.S. stocks slipped Thursday, following a rise in weekly jobless claims and investors continued to parse upbeat earnings from Facebook.
Stock futures slip on Thursday as investors digest another wave of earnings reports, primarily dominated by a quarterly beat from Facebook and a miss from Ford.
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