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Prices finish flat as Greece's parliament approves further budget cuts in its bid to secure more bailout money.
The iPhone maker asks a California court to block the sales of a Samsung phone. Vodafone may try to buy Britain's Cable & Wireless Worldwide.
Moody's downgrade of 6 European countries also casts a shadow over trading. US import and export prices are up, as are business inventories. Oil and gold waver.
Parliament passes austerity measures needed to secure a bailout, sparking riots overnight. Global markets advance. Apple tops $500. Oil gains, while gold wavers.
Prices fall as Greece is unable to secure a second bailout and violence erupts in Athens.
The business social network beats profit expectations. The online travel company reports weak earnings as analysts cut their ratings on the stock.
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