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  • Stocks declined Thursday after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said bank failures are likely as the housing crisis takes its toll, and a pair of economic reports came in weaker than expected.

  • Stocks jumped after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's testimony on Capitol Hill Wednesday.

  • Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Toll Brothers and Cisco popped while Costco and Solarfun dropped.

  • Stocks finished mostly flat Wednesday as investors juggled encouraging news on the regulation of mortage lenders with another round of bleak news on housing and the economy.

  • Toll Brothers reported a first-quarter loss Wednesday: the homebuilder announced a huge jump in write-downs on properties it could no longer sell profitably; and its sales fell 23 percent. So why did the company’s stock climb as much as 2.21 percent Wednesday? Thank the  Office of Federal Housing Enterprises Oversight and Lehman Brothers.

  • Stocks fell back after rallying on renewed optimism about the struggling housing market.

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    After all the doom and gloom in recent months, the beleagured housing market got a bit of good news on Wednesday.

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    Toll Brothers, the largest U.S. luxury home builder, Wednesday reported a quarterly loss after recording heavy writedowns during its fiscal first quarter.

  • Stocks had their best three days in quite awhile, and whether the run continues depends in large part on what Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has to say before Congress Wednesday and Thursday.

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    U.S. stocks will face a heavy lineup of economic indicators next week and may come under pressure if any of the datapoints, particularly home sales,  signal that the United States is in or headed into a recession.

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    You just can’t make this stuff up. Apparently even a big builder’s daughter can’t seem to keep faith in the Florida housing market. According to an SEC filing, Wendy Topkis, daughter of Toll Brothers co-founder and Vice-Chairman Bruce Toll, is walking away from a Florida condo, just like everyone else. A Toll Bros. condo!! The Palm Beach Post says it best: Et Tu Wendy?

  • A weak sales and job-cut announcement from Macy's and comments from a Federal Reserve official put a damper on the stock market's bounce.

  • A weak sales and job-cut announcement from Macy's and comments from a Federal Reserve official put a damper on the stock market's bounce.

  • Homebuilder Toll Brothers on Wednesday announced that it expects to post a 22 percent drop in first-quarter home-building revenue. The top U.S. luxury builder said home-building revenue was $842.7 million for the three months ended Jan. 31, down from $1.09 billion in the year-ago quarter. But one analyst hasn't given up hope.

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    Toll Brothers, the largest U.S. luxury home builder, said on Wednesday it expected to report a 22 percent drop in fiscal first-quarter home-building revenue amid a dire housing market.

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    I don’t often get to chat with the CEOs of the big public builders anymore. Most of them can’t stand me because they think I’m to blame for the downfall of the housing market (What? Is my middle name Mozilo or something???).

  • Stocks advanced Wednesday after a government agency reported that the U.S. gasoline supply rose to its highest level in nearly 14 years.

  • Stocks index futures rose well above fair value Wednesday, indicating a higher open as investors in Europe showed some resilience after Asian markets took a drubbing.

  • What do the charts reveal about recession fears as uncertainty haunts the market?

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