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Stocks: 5 things to know before the open

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It's all a bit "meh" on Thursday. Global stocks are in the red and U.S. stock futures are moving lower.

Bank of Japan shocks investors with vote against more stimulus

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The Bank of Japan has dashed investors' hopes for a boost in its stimulus efforts, sending stocks plummeting.

SpaceX just landed a coveted $83 million military contract

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Elon Musk's SpaceX has been awarded an $82.7 million contract to send a U.S. Air Force satellite into space, shattering Boeing-Lockheed's long-held monopoly over military launches.

Fed myth busters: 35 bankers were sent to prison for financial crisis crimes

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The idea that no bankers went to prison for crimes related to the financial crisis is a myth, according to the watchdog overseeing the federal government's bailout fund.

Airfare just keeps getting cheaper

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Travelers are getting some pretty good deals on airplane tickets. The average price of domestic airfare dropped to $363 in the fourth quarter of 2015.

America's earnings recession just got worse

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Corporate America's profits are getting crushed this earnings season. Apple, Chipotle and Twitter each got thumped Wednesday after reporting weak or disappointing earnings.

Stocks could go crazy later today. Watch for this

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The love affair between the stock market and the Federal Reserve could falter. Extremely low interest rates since the end of 2008 have fueled a massive run up in stocks. It's made a lot of people...

Don't get too used to a weak dollar

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The dollar has started to weaken again -- which should be good news for all those huge U.S. companies in the Dow and S&P 500 that do big business overseas.

Stocks: 6 things to know before the open

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Brace for big losses in big tech stocks. Here are the six things you need to know before the opening bell rings in New York.

Mitsubishi's fuel test scandal has drawn the attention of U.S. regulators

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Mitsubishi Motors' problems are spreading beyond Japan. The EPA has ordered the automaker to conduct new fuel efficiency tests after it admitted to fudging its numbers.

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