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Stocks are edging higher this afternoon, but it's not nearly enough to offset the losses from the first four days of the week.
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European stock markets revived in early trading today after two days of retreat while Asia shares meandered following the release of data showing that China, the world's No. 3 economy remains in the doldrums.
Asian stock markets mostly fell today, battered by weak U.S. economic data, tensions in the Middle East and Wall Street's retreat from near record highs.
International stock markets drifted today as investor sentiment was kept in check by the prospect of higher U.S. interest rates following improved economic data as well as the lingering fears about China's weakening growth.
U.S. stocks are mixed in early afternoon trading, as investors assess the latest news on consumer prices and some company earnings.
International stock markets rose today but gains were tempered as a manufacturing survey underlined that China's economic growth is still losing momentum.
Today's gains were wide but slight with eight of 10 sectors in the Standard & Poor's 500 index rising.
Asian stock markets mostly rose while European markets declined in early trading today.
Strong earnings from Nike and Olive Garden owner Darden Restaurants are helping to lift the market, along with energy stocks as the price of oil rises.
The Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professionals Network (YPN) welcomed its 1,000th member this week.
International stock markets are mostly higher today after a slide in oil prices drove a Wall Street decline.
Many fans of college basketball consider this their favorite time of the year, and based on attendance, sports bars would have to agree.
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