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U.S. stock futures point higher; GE close to buying Italian aerospace supplier Avio; Apple is denied a request from a U.S. judge for a permanent injunction against Samsung's smartphones; Oracle reports earnings.
The major U.S. stock averages drop Thursday afternoon even after a handful of better-than-expected economic releases.
Stock futures turn higher Thursday as investors digest some upbeat U.S. economic data and the latest policy announcement and comments from the Federal Reserve.
U.S. stock futures point lower; EU creates a banking supervisor; Japanese shares rally; Google's Maps is again on the iPhone; Ciena and Adobe are to report earnings.
Still, Bank of America sees a year-end rally, according to technical analyst Mary Ann Bartels.
Stock futures are a touch higher Tuesday amid further signs of gridlock in talks over the 'fiscal cliff' in the U.S.
Oracle is accelerating its upcoming dividend payments for three quarters.
Cramer also says to avoid Antares Pharma and Frontier Communications but would go with Apple and Linn Energy.
The optimists think going over the 'fiscal cliff' is no big deal. Cramer thinks they're dead wrong.
Faruqi & Faruqi, LLP, a leading national securities firm headquartered in New York City, is investigating the Board of Directors of Knight Capital Group, Inc.
The big profits come from replacing people with machines and we are once more on the ground floor of a manufacturing revolution.
As trading grows ever more reliant on technology, Knight's debacle is likely to seem like small potatoes in a few years.
The major U.S. stock averages surge as both the president and GOP leaders get positive about avoiding the fiscal cliff.
Shares of Knight Capital Group rise 15% on Wednesday, after the market maker received buyout offer for an 18% premium to Tuesday's closing share price.
A bidding war for Knight Capital will validate CEO Tom Joyce's dilutive capital raise in August.
Stock futures dip Wednesday amid pessimism over the outcome of U.S. budgetary discussions.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters blows past Wall Street's fourth-quarter estimates.
U.S. stock futures point lower; new-home sales for October to be reported Wednesday; Green Mountain Coffee blows past earnings estimates; Apple reportedly fires its Maps chief.
The major U.S. equity averages tumble as political rhetoric about the fiscal cliff heats up.
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Stock futures are mostly lower as U.S. fiscal cliff uncertainties persist and investors await consumer confidence data.
The major U.S. equity averages finish mixed as investors try to decipher the latest round of fiscal cliff rhetoric.
Stock futures point to a lower open on Wall Street amid Greek debt and U.S. budgetary concerns.
A report says Knight Capital could sell its market-making business.
U.S. stock futures point lower; Knight Capital reportedly could sell its market-making business; Cyber Monday sales may exceed $1.5 billion.
Knight Capital may sell its market-making business, which suffered a trading glitch in August that cost the company more than $460 million in the third-quarter losses, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The Dow snaps a four-day losing streak amid measured optimism about the government's ability to avoid the fiscal cliff.
U.S. stock futures point higher; unions strike in southern Europe; Cisco tops Wall Street's earnings expectations; Toyota to recall almost 2.8 million vehicles.
The deal between Leucadia and Jefferies shows just how much pressure the boutique shops are under. Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, says you should look to JP Morgan if you want a financial stock.
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