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The New York Times | Opinion Today -October 23, 2012-. Debating Points, Global Edition

October 23, 2012 Opinion Today Campaign Stops   By THE EDITORS Analysts look at the third presidential debate region by region, argument by argument. Opinionator | Draft Mad Dash By BEN YAGODA One of the most versatile pieces of punctuation - the dash - doesn't seem to be subject to any rules. Op-Ed Contributor We Need to Talk About Our Eggs By SARAH ELIZABETH RICHARDS OB-GYNs need to let women know that freezing their eggs is an option in family planning. Room for Debate Reading More but Learning Less? In the Web 2.0 age, when many Americans see hundreds of articles every day, are we more informed than previous generations were? Letter Invitation to a Dialogue: Voting on Gay Marriage A writer proposes civil unions for all couples, gay and straight, instead of letting voters decide who can marry. Readers are invited to respond. Dot Earth Blog Italy's Troubling Earthqua

Stocks and Markets in the News | Wall street at Close Report - MarketWatch -September 24, 2012-: U.S. stocks end lower; technology leads losses

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- U.S. stocks ended lower Monday as concerns about the euro zone and growth worldwide resurfaced, with the technology sector leading losses as Apple Inc. shares declined 1.5%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average retreated 20.55 points, or 0.2%, to close at 13,558.92, down for two consecutive sessions. The Nasdaq Composite was 19.18 points lower, or 0.6%, to 3,160.78. The S&P 500 was down 3.26 points, or 0.2%, to 1,456.89, its third day of declines. For the Nasdaq, it was the largest one-day percentage decline since Sept. 10, when the index fell 1.03%. U.S. stocks end lower; technology leads losses

Financial and Forex Info | Kitco Hourly Market Report -September 24, 2012-.rt

Hourly Market Report 24-09-12 Metals Bid Ask Change High Low Gold 1757.00 1758.00 -16.00 -0.90 % 1764.60 1754.80 Silver 33.76 33.86 -0.76 -2.20 % 34.18 33.62 Platinum 1605.00 1615.00 -27.00 -1.65 % 1626.00 1596.00 Palladium 640.00 645.00 -29.00 -4.33 % 666.00 632.00 Rhodium 1300.00 1400.00 + 0.00 + 0.00 % 1325.00 1300.00