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- Amazon posts bigger 2Q loss4:50 PM ET | AP
- UPDATE 1-Visa cuts revenue growth target for the year; shares fall4:50 PM ET | Reuters
- Pandora revenue jumps on higher ad sales4:49 PM ET | Reuters
- Visa 3Q profit rises 11 percent4:49 PM ET | AP
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[BRIEFING.COM] The stock market maintained a narrow trading range on Thursday before ending the session essentially where it began. The S&P 500 added less than a point, while the small-cap Russell 2000 (-0.2%) underperformed.
Equity indices displayed early strength thanks in part to an overnight boost from better than expected economic data in China and Europe. Specifically, China's HSBC Manufacturing PMI surged to an 18-month high (52.0 from 50.7), while Eurozone Manufacturing PMI ... More
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