Friday's Top News Headlines

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China, Switzerland to Seal Free Trade Deal

IRS Replaces Official Who Revealed Targeting

Slovenia Adopts Debt Cap to Stave Off Crisis

Apricus Bio to Float New Stock and Warrants

Ross Stores Makes Cash Donation to Red Cross Tornado Relief Efforts

Google Slashes Prices to Attract Indian Businesses

Oil Falls Below $94 on Weak Outlook for Demand

Memorial Day Gasoline Prices at a Glance

Summer Travel Forecast: Better, but No Blowout

Merck Halts Parkinson's Drug Trials

Barrick Fined $16 Million for Pascua-Lama Violations

New Sprint Offer Not Enough for Clearwire Investor

U.S. Rig Count Down 7 to 1,762

Netflix Looks to Hook Subscribers With "Arrested Development"

New Durable Goods Orders Up 3.3% for April

Eagle Materials Keeps Dividend at a Dime

Kilroy Realty Maintains Dividend at $0.35

Medical Properties Trust Keeps Dividend at $0.20

GSA Unveils Wireless "Family Plan"

FTC Warns of Charity Scams in Wake of Oklahoma Tornado


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  • Report this Comment On May 27, 2013, at 12:06 PM, JeffParrel wrote:

    Is Tokyo stocks' plunge this week a wake-up call? I am not sure, look at European stocks today.

    Crash or rally?

    One can take advantage of both outcomes, you "only" need to know the right direction in advance.

    I did it on February 26, following this positive signal on the markets by:

    * J.P. Morgan

    ** I Know First algorithmic system

    Good Luck to all of US!

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