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- Complaint accuses Exxon Mobil of anti-gay bias11:50 AM ET | AP
- N. Ind. ambulance plant with 165 workers closing11:49 AM ET | AP
- Stocks rise on Fed stimulus hopes, home sales11:49 AM ET | AP
- Germans, French eye plan to create jobs for young11:48 AM ET | AP
- Russia says Assad's foes lack commitment to peace talks11:47 AM ET | Reuters
- Complaint accuses Exxon Mobil of anti-gay bias11:47 AM ET | AP
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- 11:55 ET Stocks/ETFs that traded to new 52 week highs/lows this session- New highs (165) outpacing new lows (1)
- 11:50 ET Stock indices extend push off mid-morning pullback levels at conclusion of Fed Q&A -- Dow +122, S&P +13, Nasdaq Comp +21
- 11:07 ET Currency Commentary: The Dollar's Wild Ride
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