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  • S&P 500 Weekly Gain Trimmed as Tech Slump Tempers Economy

    U.S. stocks rose for the week as better-than-estimated economic data triggered a three-day rally, before gains were trimmed in the final two sessions amid worse- than-forecast results at Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp.

  • Stocks Drop Most Since Feb. on European Concerns

    U.S. stocks tumbled, sending benchmark indexes down the most since February, as credit-rating downgrades of Greece and Portugal spurred concern Europe’s debt crisis will derail the global economic recovery.

  • U.S. Stocks Rise as S&P 500 Posts Best Start Since 1998

    U.S. stocks rose this week, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index completing the biggest first- quarter rally since 1998, after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said he will keep stimulating the economy and Europe agreed to increase rescue funds.

  • Dow Erasing `10 Loss as S&P 500 Tops Moving Average Fuels Bulls

    The rally that erased the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s 2010 loss yesterday and carried the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index above its 200-day average spurred optimism among chart analysts and investors who track earnings.

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