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  • What don't the markets care about Ukraine?

    What don't the markets care about Ukraine?

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    What don't the markets care about Ukraine?

    Yahoo Finance's Aaron Task and Mike Santoli discuss why the markets have shrugged off the fighting in eastern Ukraine. …

  • The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, April 21

    The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, April 21

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    The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, April 21

    April 21 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Michael McKee report on today's ten most important stocks including Halliburton, Pfizer and Nu Skin. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg) …

  • U.S. May Redirect More Than $1 Billion in Sandy Aid

    U.S. May Redirect More Than $1 Billion in Sandy Aid

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    U.S. May Redirect More Than $1 Billion in Sandy Aid

    Federal officials may divert more than $1 billion of aid money to disasters other than superstorm Sandy, money that New York and New Jersey are banking on to finish repairs to thousands of homes and complete major infrastructure projects. Laura Kusisto reports. Photo: Getty. …

  • Boston Marathon Returns With Elevated Spirit, Security

    Boston Marathon Returns With Elevated Spirit, Security

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    Boston Marathon Returns With Elevated Spirit, Security

    The Boston Marathon, the oldest annual marathon in the world, begins Monday morning, amid both heightened security and poignancy born of the twin bombings at the finish line a year ago. Jon Kamp reports. Photo: AP. …

  • South Korean President Faults Ferry Crew

    South Korean President Faults Ferry Crew

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    South Korean President Faults Ferry Crew

    South Korean President Park Geun-hye, facing criticism over the government's handling of last week's ferry sinking, said Monday that the captain and crew's actions were "tantamount to murder." Ashby Jones reports. Photo: Getty. …