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Trading at Noon: Wall St. flat after data; FOMC eyed

Monday, March 12, 2012 - 02:19

Mar. 12 - U.S. stocks were mixed as trade data in China and the upcoming FOMC announcement gave investors reason to pause after a three-day rally.

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Checking in on trading it in US stocks are mixed today with treating and China and the upcoming OMC meeting giving investors reason to -- -- three game rally. But I think the S&P lower at this hour check up -- -- office at nine tenths of one person. US crude prices meanwhile are up more than 1% -- Middle East supply concerns ease off and US singled off just about eight -- of investors' -- -- -- Time Warner's CNN is it toxic by the social media news site -- double according to a source. Reuters -- Felix salmon broke the news saying the deal could be worth more than 200 million dollars. CNN wouldn't comment on the report and national spokesperson was not available. However in the New York Times notes match doubles executive editor liked -- story on its. BS EC watching a wide ranging probe into whether size matters when it comes to doing business with exchange operators. According to the FT that regulator is looking into whether exchanges favorite large trading firms over smaller customers. And investigating the use of multiple exchanges of the -- larger orders. This could give large order -- the advantage of different rules on different exchanges. And a global recent collapse and missing funds has regulators on edge and has put a spotlight on the -- the CNE. Snapper some stocks to watch shares of diesel are soaring check out there out more than 23%. After the US medical equipment maker. Agreed to be acquired by Japan -- -- cafe for over two million dollars. And an online video giant is born in Asia giant China's equivalent -- YouTube youth who is merging with second -- to -- holdings. And all stock deal valued at over one billion dollars shares you -- up nearly 18%. Brazil's president may not want to hurt the chaos of carnival. But she is trying to curb the country's appreciating currency president Dilma Rousseff is extending the scope of a 6% tax on foreign borrowing. To slow foreign inflows that have driven up the value of the -- The ID just applied tax debt. -- maturing in up to five years instead of three Brazil hopes the measure will control the flood of cheap imports and improve competitiveness for struggling industries. To be out this weekend 1% to two month low on the game. A suffocating man I'm Jen Rogers this is --

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Trading at Noon: Wall St. flat after data; FOMC eyed

Monday, March 12, 2012 - 02:19