Concerns about the stability of the European country's banking system are causing jitters
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A combination of weakening economic growth in Europe and new concerns about the health of the region's banks is reviving fears of "contagion"
Mortgage rates are slightly lower than they were at the same time last year, having fallen recently after climbing last summer
In Europe worries over the health of one of Portugal's largest financial groups slammed stocks
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Espirito Santo Financial Group suspended trading in its shares Thursday as it addressed accounting irregularities at its largest shareholder
Asia-Pacific region is driving most of the growth; company expects orders of 36,770 new airplanes over the next 20 years
Wall Street is also headed for a weak start, with both Dow Jones futures and S&P 500 futures down
The deal with investment firm Standard General includes a shakeup of the beleaguered retailer's board of directors
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To revive flat sales, the company is trying to adapt its food products to the changes in Americans' eating habits
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