In the news:
- Japan to provide $2 billion to Africa resources projects4:39 AM ET | Reuters
- GOP hopes IRS scandal will snag health care law4:38 AM ET | AP
- Wall Street Week Ahead: Correction talk gets old as rally sails along4:29 AM ET | Reuters
- China April housing inflation quickens to two year high4:28 AM ET | Reuters
- SPIN METER: GOP raps Dems for IRS union cash4:17 AM ET | AP
- Obama agenda seems to be weathering controversies3:28 AM ET | AP
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- 16:35 ET Sun Communities announces $350 mln senior secured revolving credit facility
- 16:34 ET Acquity Group: Accenture (ACN) announces acquisition of Acuity Group for $13.00 per outstanding ADS
- 16:33 ET Fulton Fincl CFO to retire at year end
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