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|52 Wk Low/High||44.43 / 53.62|
Though not being immediately monetized, Facebook's Instant Games could help the company halt a multi-year decline in its non-advertising revenue.
Potential buyers should beware of the social media giant and its still-unproven business model.
If the market closes weak today, it will be marked with an exclamation point.
Line debuted for trading on Thursday and it's being met with a bevy of buyers.
A potential August rate cut from the Bank of England, a strong quarter from J.P.Morgan and the Line IPO are creating the excitement to take stocks higher says Jim Cramer.
Stocks rise as Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen will deliver her first testimony to Congress.
European markets were positive this morning after Friday's strong performance and as the world waits for Janet Yellen's testimony to Congress later this week.
European stock indices pulled themselves out of the doldrums after three down sessions.
The International Monetary Fund says it will lift its forecast for U.S. growth and that's helping push overseas markets higher.
The U.K.'s AstraZeneca and Germany's Bayer spend up to a combined $7.2 billion shoring up their portfolios. Laura Board reports from London.
Tesco aims to strengthen ties with India's Tata Group, while Bumi is cleared to cut links with its Indonesian co-founders.
The ZEW index of analyst and investors' economic expectations surges to a near-eight year high but eyes remain firmly focused on the Fed's policy meeting. The Deal's Laura Board reports from the London newsroom.
But as funds flow out of Asia and into developed markets, Europe stays on an even keel.
Britain's economy is still pulling ahead, but French industrial production is still a worry.
The trade surplus expands to a near-five-year high but German industrial output figures disappoint.