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Stocks end slightly lower on disappointing data

Stocks fluctuated Friday after a mixed batch of readings on consumer spending contributed to a muddled picture of the economy. Full story

Stocks fall for 4th day after retail sales report

The stock market has fallen for the fourth straight day after a mixed batch of readings on consumer spending contributed to a muddled picture of the economy. Full story

Nasdaq grants listing extension to Repros

Repros Therapeutics Inc. said Friday it has been granted an extension from Nasdaq to keep the company's listing on the stock exchange until Oct. 31. Full story

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  China Trouble on Wall St.

Weighing in on the sluggishness of the consumer, woth Steve Bernstein, Oppenheimer Investments CEO.

  Wall St. Bonus Watch

Wall Street bonuses are likely to rise this year, according to a new report from Johnson Associates. Keith Boykin, of The Daily Voice, and John Singer, of Singer Deutsche, debate whether this is the best time for big bonuses.

  Investment fraud on the rise

As Morning Joe's summer book series continues, Tom Ajamie talks about "Financial Serial Killers: Inside the World of Wall Street Money Hustlers, Swindlers, and Con Men."

  A decade of Wall Street greed

Morning Joe's summer book series continues as Randall Lane, editor at large for The Daily Beast, shares his new book, "The Zeroes: My Misadventures in the Decade Wall Street Went Insane."

  Impact of Wikileaks on U.S. perception of Afghanistan

NBC News' chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd shares the biggest take-aways from the new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll with the Morning Joe team.

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