Nasdaq to acquire International Securities Exchange for $1.1bln

Nasdaq will acquire International Securities Exchange (ISE) for $1.1 billion from Germany's Deutsche Börse. The acquisition transaction is expected to close by end of 2016 year.

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Intercontinental Exchange Prepare a Bid for London Stock Exchange Against Deutsche Boerse

Owner of New York Stock Exchange, Intercontinental Exchange prepare its bidding on London Stock Exchange. The bid came in the midst of merger talk between London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Boerse.

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Dow Jones Continues to Drop on Monday and Market Waits for The Fed Meeting This Week

U.S. stock declined sharply on Monday over concern of economic condition and oil price. The Fed is scheduled to have a meeting this week, and market anxiously wait for the next step U.S. central bank will take.

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Banana Republic sales drop hits Gap Inc's stock on Wall Street

The Gap Inc (Gap Inc) share fell over five percent to $27.69 and later rebounded to $28.45 a share on funds buying support on New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).

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Ferrari shares rev up in market debut but shift to low gear a week later

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), the Italian-US automobile company being the parent company of Ferrari, floated to the public 17.18 million shares accounting for nearly 10% of Ferrari at $52 a share at its IPO at the NYSE.

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Bank of America posts profit for 4 quarters in a row

Distancing from the impact of financial crisis, Bank of America (BoA) has posted positive numbers for the third quarter making its fourth consecutive quarter with profits. The Charlotte-based bank posted a net profit of $4.07bn for the third quarter. Despite its pedestrian performance in the third quarter ending September 2015, the bank has been able to post profits for the last four quarters. This is considered to be encouraging for the shareholders of $2.2trillion bank. The North America's second largest bank by assets suffered a drop of 2.5 percent in revenues owing lower interest rates. This resulted in 6.9 percent drop in net interest income.

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Nike, Under Armour top racers on Wall Street

Shrugging from the recent market crash, Nike and Under Armour stocks have emerged as major gainers on the Wall Street. Though these two companies are battle to capture higher market share in sportswear and star endorsements, but the athletic apparel makers are racing ahead in improving their financial performance.

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David Taylor is Procter & Gamble's new CEO

Ending the long wait, Procter & Gamble Co's (P&G) senior official David Taylor is set to become the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) replacing A.G. Lafley. The new appointment is expected to be announced on Thursday.

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Wall Street up with eyes on Greece, Fed; M&A supports

U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday following back-to-back daily declines, with merger activity more than offsetting market concerns as Greece struggles to avoid a default on its debt.

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Wall Street falls as Greece crisis unresolved; energy shares dip

U.S. stocks fell on Friday as Greek debt talks hit a stalemate and as concern over how soon the Federal Reserve might raise interest rates kept investors cautious.

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Wall Street ends flat; S&P 500 snaps three-day losing streak

U.S. stocks ended flat on Tuesday though the S&P 500 snapped three days of losses as financial and consumer staples shares bounced.

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NYSE Arca exchange glitch hampers trading in popular ETFs

Intercontinental Exchange Inc's (ICE.N) NYSE Arca had a technical glitch on Tuesday that resulted in some of the most popular exchange-traded funds being temporarily unavailable for trading and some investors paying more for stocks than they otherwise may have.

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Wall St. slips after rally as dollar swings

U.S. stocks edged lower on Monday on the heels of strong gains in the prior week, as investors weighed fluctuations in the dollar and its impact on other markets, including crude prices.

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Wall Street ends lower as jobs data may bring rate hike sooner

U.S. stocks closed lower on Friday and the S&P 500 declined for a second straight week after a strong monthly jobs report as investors bet that the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates sooner than previously expected.

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Wall Street closes up slightly ahead of jobs report

U.S. stocks closed modestly higher in light trading on Thursday as investors held back on big bets ahead of Friday's jobs report, which is expected to be a big factor in influencing the timing of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike.

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