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S&P 500 posts biggest weekly gain of 2014
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - U.S. stocks closed with solid gains Friday, leaving the S&P 500 with its largest weekly advance of the year.
Wall Street Microsoft's gains insignificantly offset Amazon's loss  Beta Wired
Wall St Earnings Ascended; S&P Reported the Best Week in 2 Years  Capital Wired
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Unhappy Amazon Investors Pull Out
�Frankly, we believe it's impossible to predict Amazon's profitability during this prolonged 'investment cycle,' but profit metrics are clearly not moving in the wrong direction and it's a fair question to ask, does Amazon have too many 'balls in the air?
Amazon's Jeff Bezos loses $2 billion in fortune after disappointing ...  Daily Digest
Investors Aren't Buying The Amazon Fairy Tale Anymore  Business Insider
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Fifth of eurozone banks fail ECB health check: Report
LONDON: Some 25 eurozone banks have failed a health check by the European Central Bank, reports claimed Saturday, citing leaked documents.
25 lenders set to fail European Central Bank's health-check  Times of Oman
About 25 Eurozone Banks to Fail ECB Stress Tests  Wall Street Journal
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US stock market has best week in nearly two years
NEW YORK - The stock market closed out its best week in nearly two years on a positive note Friday, helped by strong quarterly earnings from Microsoft and other big U.S.
Stock market's big seesaw gives investors pause  Porterville Recorder
Market jolt is reality check for investors  Economic Times
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US Bankcorp and HSBC with the best Mortgage Rates
Mortgages Owning a house is no longer a hard thought investment or dream anymore. This is because the best mortgage rates are available in the market now.
Bank of America, Wells Fargo Current Mortgage Rates Today Oct 25, 2014  Modern Readers
US Bankcorp, HSBC: Saturday's Mortgage Rates Oct 25, 2014  Eagle's Rant
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U.S. Postal Service to Test Nationwide Grocery Delivery Service
The U.S. Postal Service will soon start delivering not only letters to your home but also grocery items. The Postal Regulatory Commission has approved on Thursday a grocery delivery service, called Customized Delivery, for USPS so it can deliver groceries, ...
Postal Service Begins Early Morning Grocery Delivery Pilot Program  Dumb-Out
Post Office Delivers Groceries?  FXC News
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Veterans' Corner: Social Security Administration benefits
Like many military members and veterans, you are probably aware that benefits are available from DoD and VA sources, but you may not be aware that the Social Security Administration also may be able to provide you disability benefits if your medical ...
The Social Security Decision You Might Regret  Nasdaq
Social Security Q&A: Is It True That I Can Completely Avoid the Earnings ...  Forbes
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Maker of US highway guardrails stops shipments over safety concerns
Oct 24 (Reuters) - Railcar maker Trinity Industries Inc said on Friday that it would stop shipping a highway guardrail system, after the U.S.
Trinity to Stop Shipments of Guardrail Systems Pending More Tests  Wall Street Journal
Company will stop selling guardrails after $175 million jury verdict, demand ...  Edmonton Journal
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Secret Of Last Minute Halloween Shopping Deals
Ready to stock up on Halloween candy, decor and costumes? It is best to get an early start to get the best deals and to avoid picked-over bins.
Halloween Deals At Target - Halloween Costumes and Decorations Sales  Stixs News
6 tips for tech-ing out your Halloween fright night  USA TODAY
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P&G plans to take out its batteries
Procter & Gamble Co (P&G) plans to remove its batteries and make Duracell a stand-alone company. The world's largest consumer products maker, which acquired Duracell in 2005, has been trimming its product lineup to focus on its top performers.
P&G shares touch 12-month high, thanks to strong earnings  Maine News
For P&G, batteries won't be included  The Spokesman Review
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