- 7 signs we're near a market top -- and what to do now
During the late stages of a bull run, the market often separates itself from reality. Can it go higher? Sure, but the more it rises, the more dangerous it becomes. Plus: Why this bull is not like the 1990s tech bubble
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- Wireless bills are going up -- and staying there
- Sbarro files for bankruptcy as mall traffic dwindles
- Masked gunmen steal $500,000 in post office raid
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- Wall Street edges lower after record; Boeing drags10:25 AM ET | Reuters
- Pizza chain Sbarro files for bankruptcy protection11:37 AM ET | Reuters
- World stocks, copper and oil fall after weak China exports1:18 PM ET | Reuters
- Central bank guidance soothes markets but also carries risks: BIS1:24 PM ET | Reuters
- Mt. Gox files for U.S. bankruptcy to halt class action1:19 PM ET | Reuters
- GE CEO sees signs U.S. economy improving, says Europe stabilized12:01 PM ET | Reuters
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