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Friday Morning Business Brief
Stocks have been wavering between gains and losses as traders await tomorrow's January jobs report.
South Dakotans are ranked as the eighth fastest talkers in the U.S., behind Iowa at number 5 and Minnesota at number 2.
Japanese shares fell as the yen rose against the dollar. Futures point to a higher opening on Wall Street.
Futures point to some recovery on Wall Street this morning. Benchmark U.S. crude oil rose above $30 a barrel.
Futures point to a lower opening on Wall Street today. Benchmark U.S. crude oil fell to just above $31 per barrel.
Futures point to a lackluster Wall Street opening. Benchmark U.S. oil fell but remains above $33 a barrel.
Futures point to more opening gains on Wall Street. Benchmark U.S. crude oil rose above $33.50 a barrel.
CRAVE American Kitchen and Sushi Bar announced Thursday that the company plans to bring its concept to the Downtown Hilton Garden Inn on East 8th Street.
A large chunk of that loss belonged to Apple and to Boeing, which gave a disappointing 2016 outlook and suffered its biggest one-day loss in 14 years.
Stocks are slipping again in afternoon trading after opening lower, then bouncing back at midday.
Chinese stocks sank again today while other Asian markets rose and Europe retreated.
Banks are also climbing, and consumer stocks are getting a lift from strong fourth-quarter results from companies like Procter & Gamble and handbag maker Coach.
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