Here's a quick look at a few of the headlines making news this afternoon.
Norway rejects cigarette appeal
Health Care REIT
Teva animal health division finds buyer
Bayer HealthCare will acquire Teva Pharmaceutical's
NYSE pays for data-feed disparity
The New York Stock Exchange will pay $5 million to settle federal charges that it provided select traders with data ahead of the rest of the public. The matter involved data feeds and the disparities in data release times ranged from single-digit milliseconds to multiple seconds, according to an SEC press release. This marks "the first-ever SEC financial penalty against an exchange," according to the press release.
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