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Stocks waver in midday trade after mixed earnings reports

Russia's Putin promises better outlook

Teacher's third grade assignment goes viral online

Russian tycoon to fund restoration of ancient Roman basilica

Recession-hit Finland faces election focused on jobs, debt

UK supermarkets face possible probe over pricing practices

Don't panic, college seniors: Jobs for grads likely to grow

Nestle in exclusive talks to sell frozen food unit to Brakes Group

Lagarde against Greek payment delay

U.S. judge finds Wells Fargo breached 2010 mortgage settlement

Industrial production in March posts biggest drop since 2009

Boehner seeks more robust role for U.S. troops in Iraq

The high cost of iron ore's price fall

Whirlpool plans 500 million euro Italy investment, 1,350 job cuts

Cyprus passes insolvency laws, clears rescue program hurdle

New Jersey Governor Christie's approval rating falls to lowest yet

Opposition centrists win Finland election, face tough talks

Why Finland's election matters to Greece

Spanish official slams Greece, says time 'running out'

Toyota resumes expansion with new Mexico, China plants

Greece's far-right Golden Dawn leaders snub court as criminal trial begins

Japan bumps China as top holder of US Treasury debt

Fiscal target delay would pressure Japan debt rating - Moody's

Japan manufacturers' mood slides on global uncertainty - Reuters Tankan

Kiwi and Aussie currencies converge, fueling new rivalry

UK voters count cost of living standards pain

Close to power, Finnish populists tone down anti-Athens policies

Austerity's legacy: British election focused on UK economy

Millionaire businessman wins Finland vote, euroskeptics take second place

Fleeing poverty, African teen migrants hope for better life in Europe

Millionaire businessman wins Finland vote, eurosceptics take second place

Why it's proving hard to save Greece

US stocks gain, rebounding from Friday's slump Hasbro jumps

US stocks rise as earnings roll in, oil prices climb

Insight - U.S. companies use more of their bank credit lines in sign of...

US companies use more of their bank credit lines in sign of confidence

Volunteer deputy sold company, went back to police work

Putin confident on economy, offers to mend ties with West

As Petrobras scandal spreads, economic toll mounts for Brazil

Vegas, Macau help MGM Resorts beat 1Q expectations

American will favor passengers without roller bags

Key House chairman slams Senate immigration bill

Union power at issue as Garcetti elected LA mayor

'Not an election budget', state goes further into debt

Between economy and trouble, Obama approval steady

What do we eat? New food map will tell us

It is rocket science, as SA firm expands operation

Fitch upgrades Greece's credit rating

Census: Rural US loses population for first time

Resist the temptation of sector rotation

BP: Global demand for energy slows

China and Iceland sign free trade agreement

Ferrari to limit sales to boost brand exclusivity

Falling yen to make Japan's goods more affordable

European car sales up for first time since 2011

Greece faces slow, jobless recovery next year

Stocks climb as traders shrug off economic reports

US consumers keep spending despite higher taxes

Ore. unemployment rate falls again, to 8.2 percent

Italian policemen shot near new gov't swearing-in

Greece sticks with austerity, seeks debt relief

White House projecting slow economic gains ahead