economy to boost growth and improve labor market conditions. In currencies, the euro slipped to $1.3538 from $1.3571 late Tuesday. The dollar was little changed at 101.69 yen. Benchmark U.S.
B fell .7 percent to $63.82 with 22,905,700 shares traded. Delta Air Lines fell 3.9 percent to $37.10 with 9,709,500 shares traded. Ford Motor Co. rose .1 percent to $17.35 with 9,714,200 shares traded. General Electric Co.
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Related: CNNMoney’s Tech30 4. Market overview: European markets bounced about 1% higher, encouraged by China’s growth figures, and U.S. stock futures were trading about 0.3% firmer. U.S.
Most active Nasdaq-traded stocks – Yahoo News
Fox’s bid for Time Warner aims to counter consolidation among TV distributors. While Time Warner rejected Fox’s roughly $76 billion cash-and-stock offer, some financial analysts anticipate Fox will try again. Investors appeared to agree, sending Time Warner’s stock up $12.12 to $83.13 on Wednesday. Twenty-First Century Fox fell $2.19, or 6.2 percent, to $33.
US stocks close higher; Time Warner soars – The Denver Post
fell 19.8 percent to $.15 with 25,942,200 shares traded. PetSmart Inc. rose 12.5 percent to $67.28 with 14,084,000 shares traded. Sirius XM Radio Inc.