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  • Online payroll processor TriNet's shares rise in debut Thursday, 27 Mar 2014 | 10:02 AM ET

    March 27- Shares of cloud-based payroll processor TriNet Group Inc rose as much as 16 percent in their market debut, valuing the company at about $1.26 billion. TriNet's shares opened at $18.50 on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday. JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank were lead underwriters to the offering.

  • *Fed to buy $3.75 bln- $4.50 bln notes due 2018, 2019. NEW YORK, March 27- Intermediate-dated Treasuries yields edged higher Thursday, and the yield curve resumed a recent flattening trend, as investors prepared for $29 billion of new seven-year notes, the final sale of $96 billion in new coupon-bearing supply this week.

  • *Alstom posts steepest loss on CAC 40. PARIS, March 27- Shares in Alstom fell on Thursday on the prospect that the French engineering firm could face hefty penalties from the U.S. Justice Department in a bribery probe focused on Asia.

  • *CITIC Pacific shares up after parent injects assets. HONG KONG/ SHANGHAI, March 27- Hong Kong shares fell on Thursday, dragged down by index tech heavyweight Tencent Holdings after U.S-listed peers declined, while CITIC Pacific Ltd. jumped after its parent company injected assets into the firm.

  • *Facebook to buy Oculus for $2 billion; shares fall nearly 7 pct. NEW YORK, March 26- U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday, led by losses in the technology and materials sectors, as geopolitical concerns rose after the United States and the European Union agreed to work together on tougher sanctions on Russia.

  • *Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all down on Russia tensions. NEW YORK, March 26- U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday, led by fresh selling in technology shares after the West agreed to prepare possibly tougher sanctions to punish Russia over Ukraine, while the dollar pared gains made on strong U.S. economic data.

  • *Facebook buys Oculus for $2 billion; shares fall nearly 7 pct. NEW YORK, March 26- U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday, led by losses in the technology and materials sectors, as geopolitical concerns rose after the United States and the European Union agreed to work together on tougher sanctions on Russia.

  • NEW YORK, March 26- U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday, led by renewed selling pressure in technology shares, while the dollar pared gains after an earlier rally on strong U.S. economic data. President Barack Obama and his allies agreed to hold off on more damaging economic sanctions unless Moscow goes beyond the seizure of Crimea.

  • *Facebook buys Oculus for $2 billion; shares fall. NEW YORK, March 26- U.S. stocks edged lower in the afternoon on Wednesday, led by losses in the materials and technology sectors.

  • *Clinical lab shares rise after GOP files Medicare bill. NEW YORK, March 26- U.S. stocks mostly edged higher on Wednesday as geopolitical tensions over Ukraine appeared to ease and the latest U.S. economic data pointed to improving conditions, though investors found few reasons to push shares up substantially.

  • *Facebook buys Oculus for $2 billion. NEW YORK, March 26- U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday as geopolitical tensions over Ukraine appeared to ease and the latest U.S. economic data pointed to improving conditions. Russia and the West drew a tentative line under the Ukraine crisis after U.S.

  • *West holds off on more severe sanctions against Russia. *Facebook buys Oculus for $2 bln, shares up in premarket.

  • LONDON, March 26- Brent crude oil rose above $107 per barrel on Wednesday as a disruption in supply from Nigeria and Libya supported prices, while promising data from top consumer the United States also boosted investor sentiment. Brent for May delivery rose 25 cents to $107.24 by 0907 GMT, after closing up 18 cents in the previous session.

  • TOKYO, March 26- U.S. crude oil prices ticked higher above $99 in early Wednesday trade, reversing some of the previous session's losses when a build in petroleum inventories and the restart of a key Texas oil shipping channel pressured prices. *U.S. crude for May delivery was up 11 cents at $99.30 per barrel by 0032 GMT, after finishing 41 cents lower on Tuesday.

  • So-called momentum stocks were still down for the day but off their lows, including Netflix, down 2.1 percent at $370.84. Netflix has declined for 14 of the past 15 sessions, falling almost 19 percent over that stretch.

  • NEW YORK, March 25- U.S. stocks rose by late afternoon on Tuesday in a volatile session, rebounding from a two-day decline as a strong read on consumer confidence increased optimism about the economy. By about 3 p.m., the index was down only 0.2 percent after moving quickly in and out of positive territory.

  • *Walgreen, McCormick shares rally after results. NEW YORK, March 25- U.S. stocks sharply trimmed gains by midday on Tuesday as many of the market's momentum stocks turned negative. So-called momentum stocks fell sharply near midday, including Netflix, down 3 percent at $367.50, and First Solar Inc, down 4 percent at $70.93.

  • NEW YORK, March 25- Stocks on Wall Street were mixed on Tuesday after robust U.S. consumer confidence data, while Russian assets rose after major industrialized nations warned of additional sanctions without committing to a particular action.

  • *Walgreen, McCormick shares rally after results. NEW YORK, March 25- U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday as many of the market's biggest trading favorites regained their momentum and a strong read on consumer confidence boosted optimism about economic conditions.

  • *Fed to buy $1 bln- $1.25 bln bonds due 2036-2044.