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|... at 4,151.4 points. US stocks closed mixed as investors digested strong earnings reports from Dow members Boeing and Caterpillar and disappointing results from Apple. Weaker-than-expected numbers on new-home sales also weighed on sentiment. The Dow Jones ...|
|... Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down 29.74 points (0.23 per cent) to 13,008.68, pulled lower by mild falls from Caterpillar and Hewlett-Packard. Most European stock markets closed higher despite the prospects for political and financial turmoil in ...|
|... Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down 29.74 points (0.23 per cent) to 13,008.68, pulled lower by mild falls from Caterpillar and Hewlett-Packard. The S&P 500-stock index added 0.48 (0.04 per cent) to 1,369.58, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq gained 1.42 ...|
|... At the close, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 62 points with Hewlett-Packard, Bank of America, Intel and Caterpillar all taking a pummelling. The Dow stood at 13,206.59 at the close. The materials, energy and technology sectors were hardest ...|
|... three key indices topped 1.3 per cent, with big rises among the Dow blue chips led by a 4.6 per cent spike higher by Caterpillar and a 7.2 per cent rise in Hewlett-Packard shares. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 181.19 points, or 1.41 per ...|
|... Disney, which reported late Thursday a 30 per cent rise in fourth quarter net income, on a 7.0 per cent gain in revenue. Caterpillar added 4.3 per cent after announcing some $740 million in investments to expand production in the United States and Indonesia. ...|
|... given the finger by better-than-expected eco stats and by reporting American companies beating market expectations. Caterpillar did so last night. Caterpillar -- a heavy equipment manufacturer and the world's largest bulldozer maker -- reported third ...|
|... gained 110.2 points, or 2.62 per cent, to 4,313.6 points. NEW YORK - US stocks rose Monday on strong earnings from Caterpillar, a spate of merger activity, and signs that Europe is making progress in tackling the eurozone debt crisis. The Dow Jones Industrial ...|
|... Tuesday after the market closes, with Alcoa the first Dow component to report. Alcoa leaped 3.9 per cent Monday, while Caterpillar jumped 4.8 per cent. Financials benefited from hopes that Europe will boost the capital of its banks suffering from the ...|
|... over its sales of faulty mortgage-backed securities prior to 2008. Aluminum giant Alcoa dropped 11.4 per cent, while Caterpillar fell 9.2 per cent. LONDON - Global stocks took another pounding as worries over the downgrade of US debt outweighed relief ...|
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Alex Waislitz is running a fine-toothed comb over the independent valuation OneVue board cited in endorsing Iress's 43 cents per share bid to acquire the company.
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A $52 billion industry superannuation fund has launched an initiative to increase gender diversity in the executive teams of the ASX200 companies and already has the support of industry heavyweights.
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A Shariah-compliant global equity ETF, touted as the world's first, has listed on the London Stock Exchange.
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Long-serving chair of Media Super Gerard Noonan is retiring at the end of the month as the $6 billion fund continues its due diligence in merger talks with $52 billion fellow industry fund Cbus.
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