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By Joe Brock, Reuters | July 30, 2015
By Reuters | July 24, 2015
American Airlines Group Inc. on Friday reported second-quarter profit that topped analysts' expectations and declared a stock buyback and dividend as cheap fuel continued to benefit its bottom line.
By Reuters Staff Writers | July 23, 2015
By Tory Enerson | July 9, 2015
After a Chinese stock market halt, the NYSE going down for most of the day, a global airline grounded due to technical glitches and yet another extension in the Greek bailout, it appears that markets globally have stabilized and are trading higher.
By Mark O'Byrne | April 29, 2015
By Paul Dobson and Jeremy Herron, Bloomberg | September 18, 2014
U.S. stocks rose with European equities after the Federal Reserve kept a pledge to hold interest rates low as the economy grows.
By Dominick Chirichella | July 23, 2014
Crude oil prices have been struggling to hold above the breakout point for both the WTI and Brent contract after declining and settling below their respective support levels yesterday.
By Susanne Walker and Lucy Meakin, Bloomberg | July 21, 2014
Treasury 10-year notes traded at almost the highest levels in seven weeks as investors awaited the response of global governments after the downing of a passenger jet in eastern Ukraine.
By Will Hadfield and Nick Gentle, Bloomberg | July 18, 2014
About 76 percent of the S&P 500 companies that have posted results this season beat analysts’ profit projections, and 70 percent topped sales estimates.
By Stephen Kirkland and Joseph Ciolli, Bloomberg | July 8, 2014
U.S. equities retreated and European stocks fell for a third day on signs the economic recovery is losing momentum. Treasuries gained with gold.