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Mixed earnings news leaves US stocks mostly lower

US stocks waver in midday trade as earnings reports come in

Facebook revenue growth slows

Altria beats 1Q profit expectations

Equities hit record highs, dollar weakens on gloomy data

US lets in Thai fish caught by slaves despite law

JPMorgan's Dimon survives shareholder referendum

Media companies benefit from higher network fees

PepsiCo beats expectations despite soda struggles

Credit growth to remain subdued: BoQ

Nadal beats Federer 6-4, 6-2 at Indian Wells

Oscar guy MacFarlane aims to perk up stodgy awards

Ahead of the Bell: Finish Line

Ahead of the Bell: Starbucks up before 1Q report

Crocs shares fall after 'difficult' holiday season

McDonald's predicts tough year despite new items

Morgan Stanley, feeling confident, buys back stock

Stocks slip on a quiet day on Wall Street

Daimler Q2 profits jump on EADS stake sale

Weak earnings tug stocks lower on Wall Street

Commonwealth Bank full-year profit climbs by 8 per cent to $7.67 billion

European stocks rise on earnings, ahead of Fed decision

Futures rise ahead of Yellen nomination to Fed

Toyota says H1 net profit surges 82.5%, boosts outlook

Twitter genesis shrouded in mystery

Israeli ex-pats' Nobel win highlights brain drain

Egyptians take quarrel over charter to the polls

Stocks edge higher, breaking a weeklong slump

AmEx boosts Dow but Intel a drag

Sluggish start expected for Aussie shares

US stocks mostly lower ahead of Fed minutes

Stocks edge lower in midday trading Mattel down

Bombardier plans more job cuts, Russia plans intact

Stocks open mostly lower following mixed earnings

US stock slip to start the week Six Flags sinks

US stocks rise on housing report, earnings

Dow inches to record as earnings reports wind down

Allianz calls on Pimco to reverse investor flight

Vodafone sees 2015 earnings hit by network investment

Germany's Siemens keeps cards close to chest on Alstom

Budget office: Wage hike would lift pay, cost jobs

Stocks sink, Microsoft beats, Starbucks cools