- Health care spending jumps as Obamacare takes hold
Millions of people have gained insurance since January, apparently unleashing pent-up demand for medical procedures that are boosting household spending on co-payments and prescriptions.
- Stocks drift as Google, IBM earnings fall short
- Jobless claims hover near pre-recession levels
- Google suffers amid shift to mobile | Stock drops
- Wal-Mart money transfers take on Western Union
- Chipotle sales surge as it draws more customers
- Alibaba flexes its muscles before going public
- Target expands subscription service tenfold | TGT
- Good timing nets $58 million for fired Yahoo exec
- GE quarterly earnings fall, but outlook strong | GE
- Boring pays off for Goldman, Morgan Stanley
- SodaStream stirs up a frenzy, but is it going flat?
- 19 stocks for big dividends and buybacks | HAL
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- For Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, boring is beautiful11:23 AM ET | Reuters
- Wall Street little changed amid earnings flurry12:16 PM ET | Reuters
- U.S. jobless claims, factory data give economy some shine12:18 PM ET | Reuters
- GE industrial profit boost underscores strategy, shares up10:39 AM ET | Reuters
- Snack sales help PepsiCo beat profit estimates; soda steadies8:50 AM ET | Reuters
- Ex-BP employee settles SEC insider-trading oil spill case12:14 PM ET | Reuters
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The 10-yr note currently trades at its lowest level of the session after a steady retreat. The benchmark 10-yr yield is now higher by seven basis points at 2.70%. It is worth mentioning that ... More
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