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Mon, 14 Jul 2014 20:12:57 GMT
Mylan to Acquire Abbott's Non-US Businesses in $5.3 Billion Stock Deal - Pharmaceutical Technology Magazine
New York TimesMylan to Acquire Abbott's Non- - Pharmaceutical Technology MagazineMylan Inc. announced on July 14 that it has entered into an agreement with Abbott to acquire Abbott's non-US developed markets specialty and branded generics business in an all-stock transaction. Upon closing, Abbott will receive 105 million shares of .Mylan to Buy Abbott's Generic Drug Business Outside US for $5.3 BillionNew York TimesAbbott, Mylan Join Forces to Dodge US Taxes24/7 Wall St.Mylan to buy Abbott generics, cut taxes, in $5.3 billion dealReutersBoston Globe -CNBC.comall 211 news articles .

Wed, 23 Jul 2014 21:53:51 GMT
Qualcomm struggles to collect royalties in China, stock falls - Reuters UK
Now Qualcomm is struggling to collect licensing revenue from some device makers in China, including a growing number of local manufacturers the U.S. chipmaker has done little or no business with in the past. "There was some impact in the quarter that . .

Thu, 24 Jul 2014 14:20:59 GMT
U.S. stocks hit new high - Financial Post
The gain in U.S. stocks followed a record close on the S& P 500 index, lifted by strong job market data in the United States and overseas factory readings, while better than forecast results sent Facebook shares rallying. Resource stocks on the Toronto . .

Wed, 23 Jul 2014 05:22:42 GMT
Contrarian's case: Why US could dip into recession - NorthJersey.com
Contrarian's case: Why US could dip into recession - "The recession for the rest of the world . will be worse than the last one," says Levy, whose grandfather called the 1929 stock crash and whose father won praise over decades for anticipating turns in the business cycle, often against conventional .

Wed, 23 Jul 2014 05:07:58 GMT
As US economy hums, some see peril overseas - Boston Globe
Unlike their US counterparts, European banks are still stuck with too many bad loans from the financial crisis. Household and business debt there is too high. And confidence is fleeting, as investors saw earlier this month when stocks sold off on . .

Tue, 22 Jul 2014 00:42:27 GMT
Asian shares tentative on lingering geopolitical tensions - Business Insider
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks edged up in early trading on Tuesday, though the upside was capped by lingering concerns about the Ukraine crisis and violence in Gaza which pressured U.S. yields and the dollar. Malaysia has reached an agreement with .Asian shares push higher, shrug off global tensionReutersall 98 news articles .

Thu, 24 Jul 2014 13:36:00 GMT
Wall St. edges up at open on earnings, data - Reuters
NEW YORK ( - ) - U.S. stocks opened slightly higher on Thursday, following a record close on the S& P 500 index, lifted by strong job market data in the United States and overseas factory readings, while better than forecast results sent Facebook . .

Fri, 04 Jul 2014 18:54:40 GMT
The Dow Jones Industrial Average, which measures the share price performance of 30 blue-chip companies, broke through 17,000 for the first time. It closed at 17,068.26, up 92.02 points, or 0.54 per cent. The Standard & Poor's 500-stock index, a broader . .

Mon, 21 Jul 2014 21:02:21 GMT
Fears about Gaza, Ukraine turmoil nudge stock market downward - Bangor Daily News
Reuters India - NEW YORK — U.S. stocks slipped on Monday as investors remained cautious about instability in Ukraine and Gaza, though the three major indexes ended well off their lows, a sign that some appetite for riskier assets remained. The S& P 500 fell as much as .US STOCKS-Futures slip with Ukraine, Gaza in focusMSN MoneyUS STOCKS-Wall St gains on earnings, data; conflicts still eyedReuters UKWall Street gains on earnings, data; conflicts still eyedReuters Indiaall 159 news articles .

Thu, 24 Jul 2014 14:23:43 GMT
The U.S. stock market is opening slightly higher as several big companies across industries report second-quarter earnings. The Dow Jones industrial average rose two points, or 0.02 percent, to 17,089 as of 9:35 a.m. Eastern time Thursday. The Standard . .