Financial stocks sink after Ireland accepts bailout for its banks. Moody's says it might cut the country's debt rating. The dollar gains against the euro. Netflix shares jump after it increases plan prices.
Prices languish after China's central bank raises the amount of money banks must hold in reserve.
China orders banks to increase reserves for a second time in 2 weeks. Bernanke defends quantitative easing plans. Ireland discusses a possible aid package. Mining and financial stocks slump.
Prices are on the rise, but one analyst sees 'the potential for a short-term head-and-shoulders top.'
The automaker's shares rise as much as 9%. Global markets climb after Ireland says it might seek funds to help its banks. New jobless claims rise less than expected.
Prices steady after Tuesday's sell-off, but one observer warns of a 'significant correction' ahead.
With support from Britain, Ireland works with EU leaders to solve its fiscal problems. Consumer prices increase less than expected. Retail stocks rally on strong earnings from Target and Chico’s.
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