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- Vivendi likely to accept part of GVT payment in Telecom Italia shares: source10:58 AM ET | Reuters
- UPDATE 1-PM Tusk in Pole position for top EU job - sources10:57 AM ET | Reuters
- Renewed Ukraine jitters spark profit taking in European shares10:55 AM ET | Reuters
- UPDATE 1-S.Africa's Woolworths buoyed as wealthy shoppers keep spending10:53 AM ET | Reuters
- Grain higher, livestock mixed10:53 AM ET | AP
- CA-BUSINESS Summary10:53 AM ET | Reuters
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- 10:51 ET Major averages edge to minor new bounce highs -- Dow -57, S&P -4.6, Nasdaq Comp -11
- 10:31 ET Oct nat gas futures spiked to a new HoD following inventory data, which showed a smaller-than-expected build; Oct nat gas is now +1.4% at $4.06/MMBtu
- 10:17 ET Methes Energies enters into feedstock credit facility allowing it to run at full current capacity; new credit facility replaces Methes' preexisting $1.5 mln credit facility
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[BRIEFING.COM] The major indices have reclaimed a portion of their losses, but the S&P 500 remains lower by 0.2% with eight sectors showing losses.
Cyclical sectors displayed broad weakness at the start, but a couple growth-sensitive groups have overtaken the S&P 500 since then. Consumer discretionary (-0.3%), financials (-0.5%), industrials (-0.3%), and technology (-0.3%) continue trailing the broader market, while energy (+0.1%) and materials (-0.2%) trade in-line or ahead of ... More
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