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- Protesters to march vs Monsanto in 250 cities5:46 PM ET | AP
- Kerry presses Egypt on economic reform, says aid depends on it5:35 PM ET | Reuters
- British police arrest three more over killing of soldier5:04 PM ET | Reuters
- Between 180-200 French militants have fought in Syria: Le Monde5:02 PM ET | Reuters
- Nasrallah says Hezbollah will bring victory to Syrian ally Assad5:02 PM ET | Reuters
- France rules out Iran taking part in Syrian peace talks5:02 PM ET | Reuters
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[BRIEFING.COM] Stocks entered the weekend on a mixed note as the S&P 500 shed 0.1% while the Dow ended with a gain of 0.1%.
The major averages began the day on a lower note as nine of ten sectors saw losses of more than 0.5%.
The consumer staples sector was the lone exception as the group spent the entire day in positive territory thanks to the relative strength of Dow component Procter & Gamble (PG 81.89, +3.19). The second-largest staple stock advanced ... More
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