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  • *JPMorgan shares fall premarket on revenue warning. NEW YORK, May 5- U.S. stock index futures fell on Monday on concern China's economy continued to lose momentum and as pro-Russian separatists ambushed Ukrainian forces, escalating a conflict that has kept global markets on tenterhooks recently.

  • *Russia calls for U.N. meeting on Ukraine- reports. NEW YORK, May 2- Yields on U.S. 30- year bonds dropped to their lowest in more than 10 months on Friday, falling for a fourth straight session, as concerns about Russia and Ukraine overshadowed an upbeat U.S. employment report.

  • *Russia calls for U.N. meeting on Ukraine- reports. NEW YORK, May 2- Yields on U.S. 30- year bonds dropped to the lowest in more than 10 months in volatile trading on Friday after reports that Russia had called for a meeting of the United Nations Security Council over a Ukrainian army operation in the southeastern city of Slaviansk.

  • *Dollar up, Wall Street higher. *Russia, Ukraine crisis keeps caution high. NEW YORK, May 2- Early stocks gains on Wall Street faded and investors retreated to long-dated government debt on Friday, as enthusiasm over strong headline U.S. jobs growth was undercut by flat wages and a decline in the number of people looking for work.

  • *May Day holiday mutes trading volume in Europe, Asia. Federal Reserve reiterated confidence on its economic outlook despite the slim 0.1 percent growth in U.S. gross domestic product in the first three months of 2014. "Internet is the place to be today," said Michael Matousek, head trader at U.S. Global Investors Inc. in San Antonio, Texas.

  • *Yelp shares rally on results, boosting Internet names. Shares of General Motors were up 1.2 percent at $34.90. Facebook, up 2.3 percent at $61.15, and other Internet shares were among the day's best performers, helped by strong results from Yelp, whose shares gained 9.8 percent to $64.02.

  • US STOCKS-Wall St near flat; Internet names gain Thursday, 1 May 2014 | 2:56 PM ET

    *Textron and Cardinal Health fall after results. Shares of Cardinal Health and Textron, which reported some disappointing quarterly results, also limited gains. Facebook, up 2.2 percent at $61.06, and other Internet shares were among the day's better performers, helped by strong results from Yelp, whose shares gained 9.5 percent to $63.85.

  • *May Day holiday mutes trading volume in Europe, Asia. NEW YORK, May 1- Wall Street stocks edged higher on Thursday, led by a resurgence in Internet shares, while disappointing data on Chinese manufacturing activity knocked oil prices to a three-week low.

  • *Yelp shares rally on results, boosting Internet names. *Textron and Cardinal Health fall after results. NEW YORK, May 1- U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday, shrugging off early losses as the Nasdaq advanced alongside Internet names, which were boosted by strong results from Yelp.

  • *U.S., UK factory data beat forecasts; China PMI misses. *May Day holiday mutes trading volume in Europe, Asia. Equities markets overcame a brief hiccup after data on China's vast manufacturing sector missed forecasts.

  • *Textron and Cardinal Health fall after results. Industrial names were among the weakest, pressured by Textron results, while Cardinal Health hit healthcare names. Cardinal fell 6.2 percent to $65.20 as its revenue missed expectations, while Textron lost 3 percent to $39.67 as earnings fell from the prior year and sales were nearly flat.

  • *Yelp shares up in premarket as revenue jumps. Health insurer Cigna Corp reported first-quarter earnings that beat expectations, while Cardinal Health's revenue was below forecasts, sending shares down 2.2 percent to $68 in premarket trading. *Late Wednesday, Yelp Inc reported a 66 percent rise in quarterly revenue.

  • *Contract to rival ICE's London cocoa market. LONDON, May 1- CME Group Inc, the world's largest futures exchange operator, plans to launch a cocoa futures contract this year, challenging rival Intercontinental Exchange's dominance in the market, industry sources said.

  • *Yelp shares up in premarket as revenue jumps. Health insurer Cigna Corp reported first-quarter earnings that beat expectations, while Cardinal Health's revenue was below forecasts, sending shares down 2.2 percent to $68 in premarket trading. *Late Wednesday, Yelp Inc reported a 66 percent rise in quarterly revenue.

  • LONDON, May 1- May Day holidays in Europe and much of Asia muted the market impact on Thursday of data showing China's vast manufacturing sector just missed forecasts, a day after U.S. growth numbers had also disappointed. The holidays in most of continental Europe and large parts of Asia left London as the only major market open in the region.

  • SYDNEY, May 1- Asian markets suffered only a brief wobble on Thursday as data on China's vast manufacturing sector just missed forecasts, with upbeat earnings news helping Japanese stocks stage their biggest rally in two weeks.

  • *Nikkei bounces as Wall St proves resilient to poor US GDP. SYDNEY, May 1- Share markets edged higher on Thursday as investors wagered the U.S. economy was on the mend after a shockingly weak start to the year, yet a drop in both the dollar and Treasury yields suggested not everyone was convinced.

  • US STOCKS-Dow ends at record as Fed upbeat on economy Wednesday, 30 Apr 2014 | 4:37 PM ET

    *Twitter hits record intraday low, eBay also down after results. NEW YORK, April 30- U.S. stocks rose and the Dow ended at a record high on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve gave an upbeat view of the economy's prospects as it announced another cut to its bond-buying program.

  • NEW YORK, April 30- U.S. The U.S. bond market posted its fourth straight month of gains in April led by bids for long-dated debt due to worries about Ukraine. The Barclays' Aggregate index, a gauge of U.S. investment-grade bonds, rose 0.60 percent in April, bringing year-to-date gains to 2.45 percent.

  • Oil falls toward $108 on supply build, Libya prospects. Wall Street initially slid after the Commerce Department said U.S. gross domestic product expanded at a 0.1 percent annual rate in the first quarter, the slowest pace since the fourth quarter of 2012..