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European Stocks Close Lower on New Ukraine Worries
European stocks fell Friday as fresh signs of escalation to the conflict in Ukraine rattled investors' nerves. The Stoxx Europe 600 fell sharply after a controversial Russian aid convoy passed into Ukrainian territory Friday morning, and closed the session down ...
Draghi Signals ECB Action as Inflation Expectations Slide  Bloomberg
ECB Chief Seeks Tax Cuts and State Spending  New York Times
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Yellen says she's not satisfied yet with recovery
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen at the Kansas City Fed's annual conference in Jackson, Wyo. AP. Travel Deals. $305* & up -- Flights from Philly on American, R/T · See all travel deals �.
Yellen resists pressure to tighten monetary policy more quickly  Los Angeles Times
US stocks end mostly down on Fed speech, Ukraine fears  Zee News
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Goldman Forks Over $3.15 Billion To End Mortgage Case
Goldman Sachs has finally agreed to pay the government a record $3.15 billion in exchange for the dropping of charges brought by federal authorities related to the financial crisis.
Goldman Sachs To Shell Out $3.15B In Settlement Over Mortgage Bonds  International Business Times
Goldman Sachs, US agency in mortgage settlement worth $1.2 bn  Financial Express
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Market leaders seen taking S&P 500 to 2000
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks have been on a roll of late, with the S&P 500 hitting the latest in a series of records on Thursday, and investors expect the index's momentum to soon carry it to - if not far past - the 2,000 milestone.
S&P 500 Record Gives Stocks Best Week Since April on Fed  Bloomberg
Stocks Tilt Lower, But Still Log Weekly Advance  Fox Business
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Govs: Market Basket deal likely
An �agreement in principle� has been reached to sell Market Basket to Arthur T. Demoulas and restore his control of the 71-store supermarket chain, the governors of Massachusetts and New Hampshire said Friday.
Progress seen on Market Basket sale  Boston Globe
Governors: Market Basket feud may be resolved this weekend  Attleboro Sun Chronicle
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A love of zoos may keep SeaWorld afloat
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - Despite the outcry over its treatment of killer whales, people may simply love zoos too much to completely boycott SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. That's the view of FBR & Co.
Aquariums vital to wild creatures' well-being  Orlando Sentinel
SeaWorld Relents, Ends Trainers Swimming with Killer Whales  Insurance Journal
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Fitch downgrades Ukraine's LC IDR to 'CCC'
Washington. Fitch Ratings has downgraded Ukraine's Long-term local currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to 'CCC' from 'B-' and affirmed its Long-term foreign currency IDR at 'CCC', the agency announced, as cited by Reuters.
Fitch downgrades Ukraine's local currency Issuer Default Rating to ' ...  Kyiv Post
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McDonald's Names New President In US Amid Sales Funk
In a move deemed to help reverse its flagging sales in the country, the American fast food giant McDonald's Corp. named a new president for its flagship U.S.
New McDonald's executive inherits challenges in struggling US division  Omaha World-Herald
McDonald's Names New President of US Unit  New York Times
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Dynegy to buy Duke, Energy Capital plants for $6.25 billion
Houston-based Dynegy Inc. agreed to buy $6.25 billion of power plants - including one just south of Philadelphia International Airport - from Duke Energy Corp.
Dynegy looks to restore position in $6 billion deal  Houston Chronicle
Once-Bankrupt Dynegy Seeks Redemption in $6.25 Billion Deal  Bloomberg
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Roundup: Keurig strikes deal with Kraft on coffee brands; more
Keurig Green Mountain said it struck a deal to make Kraft's branded coffees, such as Maxwell House and Gevalia, for its single-serve brewing systems.
Keurig Green Mountain partners with Kraft coffee brands  vtdigger.org
Keurig Green Mountain's Deal With Kraft: What's Wall Street Saying  TheStreet.com
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