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U.S. stocks were up again Monday, with investors still feeling optimistic about the economy after Friday's better-than-expected jobs report.
American Airlines stock returned to Wall Street on Monday, emerging from bankruptcy after completing the merger with US Airways to form the world's largest airline company.
India's benchmark stock index advanced to a record high Monday as investors reacted to an election that could speed economic reforms in the country.
The Japanese economy suddenly looks weaker after a GDP revision.
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Only the world's most passionate Ferrari fans have the opportunity to own and drive real Formula 1 race cars on tracks.
Sony's new PlayStation 4 isn't quite the home entertainment system that the Xbox One is, but it holds massive potential for gamers.
First major WTO agreement in nearly 20 years may speed up trade and boost global economy.
Microsoft's newest gaming console retails for $499 -- but that's not what it costs the Redmond giant to manufacture.
Investors won't have to worry about what more good economic news means for the Federal Reserve this week. That's because there won't be much economic news to analyze.