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The 10-year Treasury yield fell to a new 2014 low and the lowest level in 10 months, in step with a downshift in global interest rates.
Stocks rose modestly on Thursday, extending the prior day's rally.
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Best Buy posted quarterly results that topped Wall Street expectations, but the company handed in weak same-store sales guidance.
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