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  1. High-Frequency Trading Is Making a Joke of the Markets
  2. Daily State Of The Markets: Lesson Learned - Price Cannot Deviate From Itself
  3. Stocks Pause After Rally; Boeing Skids 6%
  4. Wall St. rests after six-day climb, but bank stocks rise
  5. Stocks Gain as S&P Books Record High
  6. Top 10: Bernanke calms as housing future’s debated
  7. [video] China GDP data ahead
  8. [video] Uncle Sam's spending problem?
  9. In the bulls' crosshairs: Bernanke and earnings
  10. IRS Scandal: This Democratic Report is Escalating the Feud
  11. Will Gold Hit $800 or $1,500 Next? Who Cares?
  12. Young Home Buyers Don’t Fear the Housing Bubble
  13. Can Monetary Policy Help Solve Unemployment Issues?
  14. This Week's Top 3 Stocks
  15. Farm Bill: Dead-On-Arrival or Key Policy Change?
  16. Alnylam's Surge Caps Off a Strong Week in Biotech
  17. These 15 Stocks Are the Most Generous Dividend-Payers in the Market
  18. Market Rates or Bust: Student Loan Negotiations Take a Step Forward
  19. Avoid temptation: Emerging markets cheap but risky
  20. Smokers Favored by Obamacare Due to Glitch in System
  21. Earnings to test record-high stock prices
  22. Fed’s Plosser Is a “Little Nervous” About Low Inflation
  23. Could Emerging Markets Finally Bounce Back?
  24. Mortgage Rates Are Still Dirt Cheap
  25. Chinese Economy: Liberalization to Follow Summit with U.S
  26. Time To Move On
  27. BofA Merrill raises 2013 S&P 500 target to 1,750
  28. Stock futures rise ahead of Citi, retail sales
  29. The Single Most Important Stock Market Metric
  30. Is This Rally for Real? Indicators Are 'as Overbought as They Ever Get'
  31. Wall St. closes with modest gains on earnings
  32. S&P 500, Dow climb to record closing highs again
  33. Today's 3 Worst Stocks
  34. The Market "Double" No Investor Can Ignore
  35. How Will Obamacare Affect U.S. Manufacturing?
  36. Bove: These Two Banks Can Double
  37. This Metal Has Beaten Gold
  38. Stocks remain mixed despite upbeat housing report; Coke falls 3%
  39. Wall Street opens flat after data, Cisco soars
  40. U.S. stock indexes retreat amid Fed talk
  41. Global shares, dollar fall day before Bernanke testimony
  42. [video] You tweet it, we trade it!
  43. 10 Cities With the Highest Home Price Increases
  44. Japan leads Asia lower after weak US lead; Bernanke in focus
  45. Where Is Oil Headed, and Will Gasoline Follow?
  46. Asia mixed in choppy trade; South Korea outperforms
  47. Europe seen mixed ahead of Bernanke address
  48. Fleckenstein: Fed policy will end in disaster
  49. Funds flood US stocks at fastest pace this year
  50. Does A High CAPE Reading Matter Anymore For The S&P 500?
  51. Why Bernanke's Words Don't Matter to Investors
  52. Bernanke’s Policy Report: Where Are We, and Where Are We Going?
  53. Bernanke Could Revive Carry Trades
  54. Wall Street gets a lift from Bernanke's flexible Fed view
  55. World shares gain after Bernanke comments, yields slip
  56. Will You Get the Raise You Deserve This Year?
  57. Bernanke drives Asian shares to a near five-week high, dollar steady
  58. Three secrets to retiring rich
  59. Stocks extend gains; Dow, S&P 500 set all-time highs
  60. Stocks Gain as IBM, UnitedHealth Beat, Jobless Claims Drop
  61. U.S. stocks climb; records broken
  62. Are Borrowers Using Credit More Wisely?
  63. High Mortgage Rates? Hedge Fund Legend Still Says ‘Buy a Home’
  64. Will earnings punch a hole in the stock rally?
  65. 2 Plunging Stocks Couldn't Stop the Dow's Record Climb
  66. Hands Off Obamacare: Rallying Cry or Faint Hope?
  67. Banks in the crosshairs: 'Tough new reforms' loom
  68. US Stocks Seen Lower Ahead of GE Earnings
  69. The 1 Market Investors Are Overlooking
  70. Tech giants stumble, but cheer up! It's not all bad
  71. Microsoft, Google, AMD lead tech retreat
  72. U.S. stocks hit by tech; Microsoft sinks 12%
  73. Wall Street Week Ahead: As Fed takes a backseat, earnings rule market
  74. Pre-earnings, Netflix stock a 'buy': Pro
  75. Here come the earnings-more surprises ahead?
  76. These Are the World's 10 Most Pessimistic Countries
  77. Earnings Season Is Off to a Hot Start
  78. Obamacare Supporters Applaud New York’s Falling Premiums
  79. Gaming the System: How to Make Credit Cards Work for You
  80. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Just Achieved a CEO’s Dream
  81. Is Obamacare Creating More Involuntary Part-Time Workers?
  82. New Flash: Mortgage Rates Will Head Higher
  83. There’s a Strong Contrarian Buy Signal on Gold Stocks
  84. Is the Housing Recovery Theme Getting Demolished?
  85. These Are the World's 10 Most Optimistic Countries
  86. Should Americans Delay Retirement?
  87. Weighing The Week Ahead: It's All About Earnings!
  88. Is the West Turning Away from Middle East Energy?
  89. The Big Surprise in the Great Rotation Into U.S. Stocks
  90. World Markets Weekend Update: The Rally Continues (Except For Shanghai)
  91. Jack Lew to Europe: the World Needs You to Grow
  92. The Stocks to Watch This Week
  93. The Rules, Part XLV
  94. Asia called higher; Japan, China to support
  95. Asia mixed; China banks, Japan election in focus
  96. Earnings growth to drive equity markets: Goldman Sachs
  97. Asian stocks eke out modest gains over Japan elections
  98. Stock futures pare gains to trade flat after McDonald's earnings
  99. Markets Prepare for Big Week of Earnings
  100. Detroit, Shinzo Abe News Puts Pressure on the US Dollar
  101. Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s Next Big Thing
  102. Toyota: Buy or sell?
  103. Global stocks near five-year high, yen gains on Japan elections
  104. Asia climbs higher; Japan reverses opening losses
  105. 3 Stocks That Pushed the Dow Positive Today
  106. China stocks lead Asia up on stimulus talk
  107. 2016 or Bust: When Will the Fed Tighten Policy?
  108. Four stocks Wall Street is keeping to itself
  109. Stocks rise on better-than-expected earnings
  110. Wall Street edges up after strong earnings from Dow components
  111. Global stocks rise on China's economic moves, dollar slips
  112. [video] Power Rundown: Rodgers to pay up?
  113. World stocks rise on China economic signal, dollar falls
  114. Dow closes at record high, S&P snaps 4-day rally
  115. Senator: Republicans Will Shut Down Government to Halt Obamacare
  116. Markets Hit All-Time Highs: Don't Let It Stop You From Investing
  117. Here's when to get out of the Nikkei rally
  118. Dow May Open Higher After Apple Inc. Beats Forecasts
  119. [video] Criminal indictment expected for SAC Capital
  120. Wall St flat as Caterpillar, AT&T offset Apple's gains
  121. Stocks trade mixed; AAPL spikes 6%, CAT slumps 3%
  122. Exports up, Imports Down as American Petroleum Industry Thrives
  123. Stocks turn lower, dragged by utilities, energy; Apple spikes 6%
  124. Asia set for mixed open; data may support
  125. Should you scratch CAT?
  126. Asia stocks mostly lower, with metals weak
  127. Obamacare: Praying That Hollywood Can Bring Success
  128. Analysis: How much is Fed aid to U.S. corporate profits worth?
  129. Stock Futures Sink but Facebook Pops
  130. Dow Futures Dip Ahead Of Key Economic Reports
  131. Buffett Partner Munger Is Wrong; Energy Independence is a Smart Idea: Citigroup’s Mor
  132. Financial stocks down, as jobless claims rise
  133. Global shares, dollar fall on mixed earnings, China fears
  134. Earnings Hangover Hits Caterpillar and Microsoft
  135. Today’s 3 Worst Stocks
  136. Margin Debt Declines Slightly In June
  137. 5 Ways in Which America Defines Personal Wealth
  138. U.S. taxable bond funds post biggest weekly inflows since May: Lipper
  139. These stocks could be ready for a turnaround
  140. [video] SAC pleads not guilty
  141. Zynga's Out, Activision's In
  142. Trading Radar: A Week Full of Data, Earnings, and Ben Bernanke
  143. Wall St set for weekly loss as traders cash in
  144. Wall St. wipes out losses late to end with slim gain
  145. Wealth manager: S&P 500 roaring higher
  146. Now You're Buying Stocks --Your Timing Couldn't Be Worse
  147. Union: We Don’t Want to Be Forced into Obamacare Exchanges
  148. Why Are Consumers so Confident?
  149. Want to Boost the Economy? End the Sequester
  150. These 2 Sectors Are Investor Favorites
  151. Republicans Are Launching Their Obamacare Counteroffensive
  152. Good Habits Make Great Investors
  153. For Most of Main Street, the Recession Still Hasn’t Ended
  154. The S&P 500's 3 Best Health-Care Stocks of 2013
  155. Facebook's Stock Jump and What's Next: Status Updates From 5 Investing Experts
  156. Weighing The Week Ahead: Are You Ready For Action?
  157. The Most Hated Bull Market Ever
  158. Leveraged ETFs For The Long Term: Rockets To The Poorhouse?
  159. 3 Stocks for a Royal Baby Boy
  160. Here’s Why the CIA Is Worried About Geoengineering
  161. You'll Never Guess What Americans Consider the Least Concerning U.S. Problem
  162. Now, Teddy Roosevelt is Championing Obamacare
  163. Australia — the Next Petro Superstate?
  164. The Biggest Banks on the S&P 500
  165. Suit Up, a Bumper Market Week Awaits
  166. SAC owns a huge chunk of these companies. Should you be selling them?
  167. The market’s next move
  168. Monday Morning Cheat Sheet: 3 Stories Moving Markets
  169. Stock Futures Slide on Cautious Fed, Growth Outlook
  170. Investors punishing earnings, revenue misses more this season
  171. Monday’s Midday Movers: 3 Stories Driving Markets
  172. Wall St declines as investors focus on Fed policy meeting
  173. ECB Execs: Public Demands Transparency
  174. The Young and the Jobless Are Still Feeling the Recession’s Side Effects
  175. [video] The anti-energy president?
  176. It's time for European stocks to shine
  177. Former Goldman trader: why greed is not good
  178. What earnings season is saying about road ahead
  179. Stocks Open Higher as Fed Begins Policy Meeting
  180. Stocks waver, but Nasdaq hits fresh 12-year high; FB jumps 4%
  181. Dow, S&P slip after Verizon and Mosaic slide
  182. Today's 3 Best Stocks
  183. NSA Surveillance: U.S. Companies, EU Push for Transparency
  184. Obamacare May Cause Some Workers to Quit, But That’s OK
  185. Retirement Planning: Does Having the Right Information Even Matter?
  186. As the world turns, BRICs no longer a slam dunk
  187. [video] US stock story still compelling: Expert
  188. Can Obamacare Help Detroit Save Money?
  189. Abolish the IRS and Simplify Tax Code: Steve Forbes
  190. Will This New ECB Rule Hurt Spain?
  191. U.S. stocks post July gains after Fed decision
  192. S&P 500 ends flat after Fed statement
  193. S&P 500 ends flat as Fed sticks with easy money script
  194. S&P 500 ends flat as Fed sticks with easy money script
  195. Surprise! China's official data show manufacturing expansion
  196. 5 Hard Truths About Saving for College and the Cost of Education
  197. This could return Apple to all time highs
  198. Stock Futures Rise as Soros Goes Long on Herbalife
  199. The Secret Sauce in the July Jobs Report
  200. This Is What Student Loan Debt Is Really Costing the Economy
  201. Trading the S&P after it tops 1,700
  202. S&P 500 at 1,700 is a 'yellow light' for Wall Street
  203. Asian stocks surge after Wall Street's rally
  204. Liberal Groups Want GOP To Keep Its Hands Off Obamacare
  205. Nikkei leads Asia higher on US data and global stimulus outlook
  206. Asian shares rise; weaker yen boosts Japan
  207. S&P 500 Pop Above 1,700 Explained
  208. Jobs Report- + 162,000 jobs added, unemployment down to 7.4%
  209. Wall Street edges lower after payroll report
  210. Stocks Retreat After Soft Jobs Report
  211. Hewlett-Packard Stock Surges as the Dow Drops
  212. The Only Way to Beat the Market
  213. Here’s What Republicans Think About Defunding Obamacare
  214. Should you factor taper into stock trades?
  215. How Prepared are Boomers for Retirement?
  216. Late Day Rally Puts Markets in Positive Territory
  217. Here’s President Obama’s Stock Market Scorecard
  218. What Happened to the Social Media Bubble?
  219. Hedge Funds Are More About Playing Games Than About Investing
  220. You’re a Bad Investor. Here’s How to Get Better.
  221. This Week's Top Stocks
  222. Student Loans: Did This Congress Deal Make it Better?
  223. Congress Is Getting Obamacare Subsidies?
  224. Investing in the Worst Market in the World
  225. The Dow Jones and S&P Rose Even as Job Creation Dropped
  226. The Dow Should Have Ended Last Week Up More Than 99 Points
  227. Asian stocks retreat from recent highs after US jobs data
  228. US equity funds see highest-ever inflows in July
  229. Markets Soar And Investors Snore
  230. Asia falls on weak US jobs growth but China bucks trend
  231. Stock Futures Pause Ahead of Fed Speeches; Apple Gains
  232. Breaking down the Wall St.-Main St. disconnect
  233. Stocks trim drop after service-sector data
  234. U.S. stocks pull back from highs, dollar trims decline
  235. Why You Shouldn't Worry About Intel's Drop Today
  236. [video] Determining Detroit's value
  237. Valuable Insight From Apple's (AAPL) Seasonality Chart
  238. Fed’s Fisher to Public: Insist on Change and It Will Happen
  239. Nikkei leads Asia lower on strong yen; RBA watched
  240. Obamacare’s Cadillac Tax Poses Problem for Unions and City Finances
  241. Asian stocks mixed; Sydney little changed after RBA decision
  242. Janet Yellen: Focusing on Her Gender Sets a “Dangerous Precedent” Says Heidi Moore
  243. Stock-market futures slip ahead of trade data
  244. Wall St extends losses; Nasdaq off more than 1 pct
  245. Upbeat factory data buoys euro but Wall St retreats
  246. Signs that Europe is getting better
  247. Stocks Fall Most in a Month on IBM, Deere Downgrades
  248. Fed-Tapering Comments Send Market Lower, Again
  249. [video] New FEC links in IRS scandal
  250. Is This Obamacare’s Biggest Challenge Yet?