Thursday's Top News Headlines

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Stock Market Today: More Bad News for Citigroup and a Profit Hit at Greenbrier

Morning Movers in Biotech: Medicines Co., Omeros Corporation, Opko Health, and VIVUS, Inc.

U.S. Trade Deficit Hit $42.3 Billion in February

Liberty Media Corp. Cutting Barnes & Noble Stake

Trustee: MF Global Customers to Be Fully Paid Back

U.S. Trade Deficit Worsens 7.6%

Analysts: U.S. Bakken, Three Forks Oil Production to Hit 1.7 Million Barrels/Day in 2020

Intel Corporation's Upgrade: Here's What You Need to Know

Walgreen Company March Results Outpace Rite Aid Corporation's

Initial Jobless Claims Jump 5.2%

Intel Sends Dow Flirting With Record High Even as Goldman Sachs, Microsoft Fall

Average U.S. 30-Year Mortgage Rate Edges Up to 4.41%

Pandora Holds Off Apple Again

Tata Motors Limited to Open Shop in the Philippines

Services Sector Grows Faster in March

Mondelez CEO on Making Chocolate Cadbury Eggs Kosher for Passover

Coca-Cola Goes Flat as the Dow Struggles

The Dreamliner Disappoints in the Boeing Company's Q1 Deliveries

Andarko Settles With U.S. Over Pollution for $5.15 Billion

Why Liquidity Services, Inc. Shares Plunged Today

Micron Technology Inc Shares Rise on Second-Quarter Earnings Surprise

Why Barnes & Noble, Inc Shares Dropped



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