US stocks are set to track global markets up ahead of US service sector data.
US market are set for a lower open following weak data from China and ongoing concern Italians will have to go for another round of elections.
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Shares are up after a key survey's better-than-expected findings.
The Heinz and Dell transactions may not foreshadow an M&A frenzy, but they say a lot about corporate America and the economy.
Waiting for a dip amid this relentless merger wave is like waiting for the Pacific to run dry.
Stocks are lower a despite a better-than-expected University of Michigan Consumer Confidence reading.
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