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CNBC In The News - April 21, 2015:

Compiled by Matthew J. Belvedere  and  Peter Schacknow › More Pre-Markets Data IN THE NEWS TODAY U.S. stock futures were higher  in early trading, as investors  digest earnings from four Dow stocks this morning:  DuPont  (DD),  United Technologies  (UTX), Verizon  (VZ), and  Travelers  (TRV). (CNBC) DuPont this morning delivered quarterly  earnings that topped expectations , but revenue came in light , hurt by a stronger dollar. DuPont also boosted its quarterly dividend more than 4 percent to 49 cents a share. (CNBC) IBM  (IBM) late  Monday  reported first-quarter adjusted  earnings that topped expectations , but  revenue fell just short  of estimates. Sales declined for the 12th straight quarter. (CNBC)

CNBC In The News - January 16, 2015: Wall Street tries to break losing streak.

IN THE NEWS TODAY U.S. stock futures were under pressure  this morning, after a  fifth session of declines  on Wall Street on that stunning Swiss currency move, weaker U.S. economic data, and disappointing bank earnings. Goldman Sachs  (GS) issues its results before the bell. (CNBC) Jim Chanos , head of the world’s largest short-selling hedge fund, joins CNBC’s “ Squawk Box ” until 9 a.m. ET to talk about which companies he has in his crosshairs. Intel  (INTC) late Thursday reported quarterly earnings and revenue that  topped forecasts , but first-quarter margin and revenue  guidance came in slightly light . (CNBC) Intel CEO Brian Krzanich  joins us at 8:40 a.m. ET to talk about what the numbers may be signaling about the health of PC sales and the chipmaker’s push into wearables. With concern about deflation  roiling global markets, the U.S. government releases the  consumer price index  at 8:30 a.m. ET. The December CPI is seen falling 0.4 percent, after a 0.3 p

CNBC IN THE NEWS - December 10, 2014: U.S. stock futures were lower today.

IN THE NEWS TODAY U.S. stock futures were lower today , after the  Dow  staged a major comeback  Tuesday  from a 222-point decline to close off just 51 points. But blue-chips did log their  first back-to-back losses since mid-October . (CNBC) The government  again cut its prediction  for gas prices in 2015. The Energy Department sees an  average of $2.60 a gallon, the lowest since 2009  and 23 percent below this year’s projected average. (USA Today) Oil prices  resumed their slide today, with Brent and U.S. crude near five-year lows.  OPEC remains divided on how to respond , and one member said the cartel  may hold an emergency meeting  before its June gathering. (Reuters) Global demand for oil from OPEC  next year will be  less than expected because of weaker growth in consumption and the U.S. shale boom, pointing to an increasing supply surplus in 2015. BP  (BP) will spend  $1 billion for a company-wide restructuring , and also said it plans to review its capi