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The Pimco Total Return Fund, the world's largest bond fund, trailed more than 70 percent of its peers in February preliminary Morningstar data showed.
Russia's energy minister canceled his appearance before a global energy conference, where the Russian invasion of Crimea is now a part of the agenda.
While the markets are hoping to see a March thaw, reports of February data in the week ahead may show the economy is still feeling a bit chilled.
That infamous Wall Street party in 2012 was a "private party," not a meeting of a secret society, billionaire investor Wilbur Ross says.
Good investments are more difficult to find in the U.S., and Europe is likely a better place, said Leon Black, CEO of Apollo Global Management said.
Some of Friday's midday movers:
With stocks near all-time highs, short interest reached the highest level in 20 months, but some investors are seeing the trend as a bullish sign.
An unprecedented international police campaign across Europe and the U.S. has led to 110 arrests of "boiler room masterminds".
A study suggests that some SEC employees engaged in insider trading in companies that became subjects of agency scrutiny, The Washington Post reports.
Citigroup cut its fourth quarter and full year 2013 estimates, as profit was hit by fraudulent activity at a Mexico-based subsidary.
PepsiCo said its board again rejected activist investor Nelson Peltz's renewed call to split the company's beverage business from its snacks unit.
Happy Friday. Here's something new: A big snowstorm is headed for the Northeast. Imagine that.
Traders are about to enter initial public offering offering heaven. Over the next two months, dozens of tech companies will float stock.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The index's second record close this year set the stage for further gains, as traders look ahead to next week's jobs report.
Companies in the news after Thursday's bell:
When the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sued ITT Education Thursday, there was one comment that should send shivers through the for-profit education industry.
Robinhood, a start-up online brokerage, says it offers users the ability to buy and sell stocks with zero commissions.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
With the market rebounding off the January selloff despite weakening economic signals, traders fear a return of the dreaded black swan.
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