|Day Low/High||41.80 / 42.60|
|52 Wk Low/High||38.27 / 46.80|
Stocks remain in the red by mid-afternoon Monday as crude oil extends its decline and drags on the energy sector.
Stocks extend their decline on Monday morning as crude oil resumes a move lower.
Stock futures extend their decline on Monday morning in a quieter start to the week ahead of a Federal Reserve announcement on Wednesday.
U.S. stock futures slide Monday while European and Asian shares slump ahead of rate-setting meetings this week of the Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan.
A key gauge of German business confidence falls short of expectations after worries about Chinese debt push Asian indices lower.
The Colorado group agrees to sell almost double the amount of operations it was originally expecting, measured by revenue.
Trading in European stocks is volatile Thursday.
U.S. stock futures are mixed going into Thursday trading, as investors digest Wednesday's Federal Reserve Open Market Committee comments, and as Greece asks for new loans.
European markets were relatively steady this morning, despite fears that Greece's latest request for a six-month extension to its $196 billion bailout might still fall on deaf ears.
Ball (BLL) stock is gaining as speculation that a deal announcing its merger with Rexam (rex) could come this week.
Ball Corp. (BLL) stock is up in pre-market trading today after the company announced it is in talks regarding the possibility of buying U.K. rival Rexam (REXMY).
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