U.S. stocks turned mixed in the final hour of the session, though still snapped a five-week winning streak. The S&P 500 has fallen around 0.8% since Monday in a week which included tragedy in Brussels and renewed fears over crude oil. West Texas Intermediate recorded its first weekly loss in six, falling just over 4% for the week. However, crude did manage to recover from session lows on Thursday after the number of active oil rigs in the U.S. declined. TiVo (TIVO) surged on reports the company is in merger talks with Rovi (ROVI) . Time Warner (TWX) is the latest media company to rally against Georgia's proposed anti-LGBT legislation, joining other dissenters including Disney (DIS) , Viacom (VIA.B) and AMC Networks (AMCX) . TheStreet's Keris Lahiff reports from Wall Street.
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