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Stocks Slump Again on Jobs, Argentina Concern
Stocks slumped again as fewer jobs than expected were created in July and Argentina's credit problems weighed.
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'Big Marijuana': Pot Industry Grows a D.C. Lobby
If you're an industry with a true foothold in Washington—a "Big" lobby, in other words—you've got to have a "revolving door."
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Job Growth Slows in July; Jobless Rate Edges Up
But the economy's job growth streak continues.
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Dow Drops 300 Points, First Losing Month in Six
Stocks tumbled, with the Dow and S&P 500 posting first monthly drops since January, on Europe's economy, Argentina's default and a jump in U.S. labor costs.
Stocks Mixed as Economy Surges, Fed Eases Off
Stocks finished mixed after a report the economy bounced back faster than expected and the Federal Reserve stuck with its ultra-easy monetary policy.
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Fed Eases Off More, But No Rate Hikes Soon
The Federal Reserve cut its monthly bond-buying program by another $10 billion, but left its short-term interest rate target near zero.
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Twitter User Growth Sends Shares Soaring
The online messaging service said monthly active users rose a better-than-expected 24 percent in the second quarter.
Stocks Drop on New Sanctions Against Russia
Stocks dropped, as further sanctions against Russia overshadowed upbeat earnings from corporations including pharmaceutical giants Merck and Pfizer
Stocks Close Flat as Markets Look to Fed
Stocks ended flat, with the Dow rebounding from a one-month low, as investors looked ahead to a monetary-policy decision from the Federal Reserve.
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