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Date: 2013-03-28
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Wall Street set to open lower on euro zone worries
US-MARKETS-STOCKS:Wall Street set to open lower on euro zone worries
By Angela Moon

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street was set for a lower open on Wednesday after a robust rally a day earlier, as soft demand at an Italian debt auction sparked concerns over the financial health of the euro zone.

The Dow climbed more than 100 points Tuesda...


Stock futures drop on renewed euro zone worries
US-MARKETS-STOCKS:Stock futures drop on renewed euro zone worries
By Angela Moon

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stock futures fell on Wednesday, after a robust rally a day earlier, as soft demand at an Italian debt auction sparked fresh jitters over the financial health of the euro zone.

The Dow climbed more than 100 points Tuesday to another...


Stock futures edge lower on euro zone worries
US-MARKETS-STOCKS:Stock futures edge lower on euro zone worries
By Angela Moon

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stock futures fell on Wednesday as soft demand at an Italian debt auction sparked fresh jitters over the financial health of the euro zone.

* Cyprus is finalizing capital control measures to prevent a run on its banks by depositors ...


Wolters Kluwer's online move injects life into health business
US-WOLTERSKLUWER-HEALTH-ONLINE:Wolters Kluwer's online move injects life into health business
By Sara Webb

ARNHEM, The Netherlands (Reuters) - Digital doctors like Nicholas Haining and Frank Bosch are changing the face of medicine and the way publishers such as Wolters Kluwer make money in the stagnant or low-growth North American and European markets.

Tablet ...


Stock futures signal early dip
US-MARKETS-STOCKS:Stock futures signal early dip
PARIS (Reuters) - Stock futures pointed to a lower open on Wall Street on Wednesday, with futures for the S&P 500 down 0.2 percent, Dow Jones down 0.22 percent and Nasdaq 100 down 0.13 percent at 6:06 a.m. EDT.

* European stocks slid and the euro currency fell to a four-month low against t...


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