The bank reports better-than-expected earnings, and the pharmaceutical agrees to be acquired by TPG.
Companies can't hide weakness in the top line.
Despite recent downgrades, other reports paint an improving picture of the business.
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Stocks pare earlier losses after new European easing measures and signs of improvement in the US labor market.
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