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CNBC In The News Today - April 22, 2015: Wall Street focuses on blue-chip earnings.

Compiled by Matthew J. Belvedere  and  Peter Schacknow Send this email to a friend › More Pre-Markets Data IN THE NEWS TODAY U.S. stock futures dropped  in early trading, after Wall Street closed lower Tuesday , reversing gains earlier in the session.  Three more Dow stocks release earnings this morning:  Boeing  (BA),  Coca-Cola  (KO), and  McDonald's (MCD). (CNBC) Yahoo  (YHOO) late  Tuesday  reported earnings and revenue that were  below expectations . Separately, Yahoo said it's hired advisors  to consider options for its  $9 billion stake in Yahoo Japan  . (CNBC & Reuters)

CNBC In The News Today - April 20, 2015: Earnings continue to test stocks after market selloff.

Compiled by Matthew J. Belvedere  and  Peter Schacknow Send this email to a friend › More Pre-Markets Data IN THE NEWS TODAY U.S. stock futures  pointed to a higher open  this morning,  following  Friday's selloff  that wiped out last week's gains. It also left the  Dow  near breakeven for the year, ahead of this afternoon's  IBM  (IBM) earnings release.  Morgan Stanley  (MS) continues the parade of financial earnings this morning.

CNBC In The News Today- April 17, 2015: Stocks under pressure with inflation, earnings in focus.

Compiled by Matthew J. Belvedere  and  Peter Schacknow Send this email to a friend › More Pre-Markets Data IN THE NEWS TODAY Positive momentum on Wall Street  appears to be running out of steam  this week, with U.S. stock futures

CNBC In The News Today April 16, 2015: Dow stock Goldman Sachs (GS), which beat on earnings and revenue.

Compiled by Matthew J. Belvedere  and  Peter Schacknow Send this email to a friend › More Pre-Markets Data IN THE NEWS TODAY Dow stock  Goldman Sachs  (GS), which  beat on earnings and revenue , leads this morning's  list of corporate profit reports , along with  Citigroup  (C), BlackRock  (BLK),

CNBC In The News Today - April 15, 2015 : Bank of America (BAC) today reported a profit representing an improvement over a year ago loss.

Compiled by Matthew J. Belvedere  and  Peter Schacknow Send this email to a friend › More Pre-Markets Data IN THE NEWS TODAY Bank of America  (BAC) today  reported a profit  representing an  improvement over a year ago loss . The latest quarter included charges related to incentives and net interest income adjustments. Meanwhile,  Netflix  (NFLX) is out with quarterly numbers after the bell. (CNBC)

CNBC In The News Today April 8, 2015: In the biggest energy deal in more than 15 years, Royal Dutch Shell(RDS.A) has agreed to buy UK-based BG Group for $70 billion.

Compiled by Matthew J. Belvedere  and  Peter Schacknow Send this email to a friend › More Pre-Markets Data IN THE NEWS TODAY In the biggest energy deal in more than 15 years ,  Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) has agreed  to buy UK-based BG Group  for $70 billion. Shell CEO Ben van Beurden told CNBC the move is as much as about natural gas as oil. Settling up 3.5 percent in New York,  oil prices  were lower this morning, after the API said  weekly crude stocks  rose 12.2 million barrels. The EIA's inventory report is out at  10:30 a.m. ET . Meanwhile,  Saudi Arabia reported record output  in March. (Reuters)

CNBC In the News Today - February 5, 2015 : Stocks seek recovery from European shock.

IN THE NEWS TODAY U.S. stock futures were higher  in early trading, after a strong Wall Street rally faded late Wednesday on the  ECB's decision to cancel  its acceptance of Greek bonds as collateral for loans. Greek stocks were down 5 percent today.(CNBC) Debt talks between Greece and its euro zone neighbors  kick into high gear in Germany today, as the  combative finance ministers  of the two countries meet for the first time. (CNBC) Oil prices  were higher in early trading, after  Wednesday's 9 percent  rout brought an abrupt end to a four-session rally on news of  record high crude inventories  in the United States. (CNBC) Saying Saudi Arabia is OK with cheap oil  for "some time," the country's finance minister  told CNBC  the kingdom will continue to dip into cash reserves and borrow to temper the storm in crude. The Fed is  right to hold off on raising interest rates  for now so as not to risk a further and potentially economically