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Reuters -Before The Bell: Futures rise on overseas gains ahead of ADP data

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LATEST NEWS Futures rise on overseas gains ahead of ADP data NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stock index futures rose on Wednesday, boosted by gains in Europe, as investors awaited new data for a better assessment on the health of the economy, including the weak labor sector. | Full Article Motorola deal offers Google tax, patent benefits August 31, 2011 07:15 AM ET FAIRFIELD, Conn./CHAPEL HILL, North Carolina (Reuters) -- Google Inc's blockbuster acquisition of Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc will bring an unusual stable of tax and accounting benefits to the search-engine giant, already one of Corporate America's most savvy users of such perks. | Full Article Moscow office raid deals BP new blow in Russia August 31, 2011 05:49 AM ET MOSCOW (Reuters) - Bailiffs raided BP's Moscow offices on Wednesday, a new humiliation for the British oil company a day after ExxonMobil signed an agreement that ended BP's

Financial & Forex Info News : Stock futures higher as investors refocus on economy| Reuters - Before The Bell

FINANCIAL & FOREX INFO NEWS  FROM:  REUTERS - BEFORE THE BELL LATEST NEWS Stock futures higher as investors refocus on economy NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures rose on Tuesday as investors turned their attention from geopolitical tremors in the Middle East to data they hope will provide insight into the state of the U.S. economic recovery. | Full Article BP profit lag takes shine off dividend February 01, 2011 06:52 AM ET LONDON (Reuters) - BP Plc failed to dispel doubts about its future on Tuesday as its long-awaited return to a dividend payout was tainted by weaker than expected profits and a new charge for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. | Full Article Joblessness, rising prices may fuel unrest: IMF chief February 01, 2011 04:26 AM ET SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The world economy is beset by problems such as high unemployment and rising prices which could fuel trade protectionism and even lead to war within nations, th