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US factory output expanded in September, bucking the contraction pattern seen in China, Japan and the eurozone. 3M will buy Ceradyne for $860 million.
Most boast appealing dividends and tempting valuations. But how safe are those yields, and can earnings be sustained?
Beware promises of high yields and stick with some safer bets.
Stocks slide as US companies continue to indicate caution with their guidance and Moody's signals worries about more debt fallout in Europe.
The celebration, however, may be short-lived as massive defense spending cuts loom.
The iPhone maker is set to report earnings after the closing bell, while the telecommunication giant reports higher second-quarter profit.
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