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U.S. Stocks Down On Europe Worries

NEW YORK (AP) ā€” Stocks dropped and yields for ultra-safe U.S. government debt fell to their lowest level this year Monday while financial markets around the world waited for Greece to nail down a deal to reduce its crushing debt

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Dow Approaches Highest Level Since 2008 Crisis

The Dow Jones industrial average was trading near its highest close since the 2008 financial crisis Thursday afternoon after solid news on factory orders and strong earnings from U.S. manufacturers highlighted the economy's growing momentum

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Stocks Erase Losses On Fed Promise Of Low Rates

Stocks turned mixed Wednesday afternoon, erasing earlier losses, after the Federal Reserve said it will keep interest rates near zero for much longer than it had previously announced. Demand for ultra-safe Treasurys soared, pushing bond yields lower

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Stocks Edge Higher On Hopes For IMF Cash Boost

NEW YORK (AP) ā€” Wall Street edged higher Wednesday following reports that the International Monetary Fund could get more cash to help countries struggling to manage their debt.

Stocks got another push from a surprisingly strong report on the housing market

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Stocks Rise As Unemployment Claims Remain Modest

NEW YORK (AP) ā€” Stocks rose Thursday after the government reported that the number of claims for unemployment benefits remained at a level consistent with modest job growth. Contracts to buy homes rose to the highest level in a year and a half

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