Archive for November 20th, 2011

Europe, thin volume to spark stocks (Reuters)

November 20, 2011
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wall Street is in for a volatile week as escalating problems in Europe’s debt crisis continue to keep investors on their toes.
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IPOs are lifting investor spirits, but not stocks (AP)

November 20, 2011
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NEW YORK – U.S. companies are on track to post record profits this year. Stocks are cheap by some measures. And now even the hot IPO is back, handing riches to a lucky few and filling the rest of us with two emotions necessary for any bull market — envy and greed.
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Egypt stocks tumble on Cairo unrest (AP)

November 20, 2011
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CAIRO – Egypt’s benchmark stock index tumbled more than 2 percent on Sunday as clashes between protesters and security forces entered their second day, rattling investor confidence in the country’s already stumbling economy.
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Boxing's Melinda Cooper Comes Back to the World Stage at Home in Las Vegas

November 20, 2011
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An unfamiliar journey began the night of March 31, 2011 in San Jose, Costa Rica. An international stage was set for the second world championship of undefeated boxer Melinda Cooper.  Amassing a record of 21-0 and stepping up to the 122-pound weight division, Melinda traveled across continents to challenge Ada Velez of Puerto Rico...
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Do We Need a Pacquiao Vs Marquez Quadrilogy?

November 20, 2011
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Тhe vertical jump іѕ one’s ability tо propel thеir bоdy through thе аіr іn thе vertical plаnе. It’s an іmpоrtаnt ability fоr different sports, аnd sо mаnу athletes, whеthеr professional оr recreational, lоok tо improve vertical jumping ability. Sоme оf theѕе sports іncludе basketball, volleyball, football, soccer, trаck аnd fіеld, аnd sеvеral mоrе.
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Is Windows Phone the Best Mobile Platform You’re Not Using? (Mashable)

November 20, 2011
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In the world of smartphones, Windows Phone 7 is barely a blip. It has, by some estimates less than 6% market share. Android now owns half the market and iOS about 26%. This isn’t right. You see, the Windows Phone 7 is a good — possibly great — mobile platform. It’s better, in my...
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