NEW YORK - Stocks gave up most of their gains to end slightly higher Friday, extending a September rally that has slowed as the month wore on.
NEW YORK - New signs of strength in the technology sector drove stocks higher Friday.
NEW YORK - New signs of strength in the technology sector drove stock futures higher Friday.
LONDON - World stock markets mostly rose Friday as positive earnings news from technology companies such as Oracle and BlackBerry maker Research in Motion helped shore up sentiment.
NEW YORK - Stocks are extending their rally into a third week as investors are sending bank stocks higher following new global regulatory requirements and signs that China's economy continues its robust growth.
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