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Nasdaq.com - Stocks Up on Unusual Volume

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 CSGS 314%  23.29% news
 AFOP 257%  24.50% news
 PTR 231%  113.50% news
 ISCA 194%  33.51% news
 LVNTA 191%  86.75% news
Intraday Unusual Volume

2013-07-04 19:00:04

France Wants Trade Talks on Ice

France wants trade talks between the EU and the U.S. to be suspended after allegations that the NSA spied on European institutions.


2013-07-04 19:00:04

Russia Detains Antigraft Campaigner

Yevgeny Urlashov has denied soliciting a bribe and says he is a victim of a Kremlin crackdown on oppositionists.


2013-07-04 19:00:04

EU Axes Fund-Manager Bonus Cap

The European Parliament threw out a proposal that would have extended a clampdown on bankers' pay to fund managers, amid concerns that the move could harm savers and pension funds.


2013-07-04 19:00:04

U.K. Businesses Weigh a Life Apart From Europe

Britain is talking about a divorce with the rest of Europe after a 40-year marriage, a split that could leave many British companies in the lurch while freeing others from cumbersome regulations.


2013-07-04 19:00:04

Bolivia Lands in Diplomatic Drama

Bolivian President Evo Morales suspected France's reason for revoking clearance for his plane was political and had a face: U.S. fugitive Edward Snowden, according to Bolivian diplomats.


2013-07-04 18:00:06

ECB, BOE Signal Low Rates to Remain

Europe's two most important central banks gave indications Thursday that they will hold off on future rate increases, sending a jolt of optimism through European markets.


2013-07-04 18:00:06

Portugal Scrambles to Save Government

Portuguese political leaders were locked in talks in an effort to strike a compromise to preserve the country's strained governing coalition.


2013-07-04 18:00:06

Banks to Sell Olive-Oil Stake

Some of Spain's largest banks are set to put a particularly slick asset up for sale after the summer—struggling Spanish olive-oil giant Deoleo.


2013-07-04 18:00:06

Swiss Propose New Banks Deal

Switzerland's cabinet agreed to a new plan for resolving disputes between the country's banks and U.S. authorities cracking down on offshore tax evasion, raising hopes the long-running dispute...


2013-07-04 18:00:06

Foreigners May Pay for U.K. Health Care

The U.K. government said it is considering making foreign nationals pay to use state health care to cut costs and prevent overseas visitors from abusing the free system.


2013-07-04 18:00:06

Belgian King Abdicates

Albert II, King of the Belgians, abdicated in a televised address to the nation after almost 20 years on the throne, saying he will step down July 21, on Belgium's national day.


2013-07-04 17:00:04

EU to Revamp Carbon Program

An attempt to fix Europe's carbon-trading program cleared a significant hurdle as the European Parliament voted in favor of a proposed revamp, despite deep divisions within the region over energy...


2013-07-04 17:00:04

Retail Sales Rise in Euro Zone

A surprisingly strong rise in retail sales across the 17 countries that share the euro during May adds to recent indications that the currency area's longest postwar economic contraction may be...


2013-07-04 17:00:04

EU Seeks to Limit State Aid for Airports

Governments will be limited as to how much they can support airports and new airlines under new proposals outlined by the European Union's antitrust chief.


2013-07-04 17:00:04

Belgian King Abdicates

Albert II, King of the Belgians, abdicated in a televised address to the nation after almost 20 years on the throne, saying he will step down July 21, on Belgium's national day.


2013-07-04 17:00:04

France Wants Trade Talks on Ice

France wants trade talks between the EU and the U.S. to be suspended after allegations that the NSA spied on European institutions.


2013-07-04 17:00:04

Russia Detains Antigraft Campaigner

Yevgeny Urlashov has denied soliciting a bribe and says he is a victim of a Kremlin crackdown on oppositionists.


2013-07-04 17:00:04

EU Axes Fund-Manager Bonus Cap

The European Parliament threw out a proposal that would have extended a clampdown on bankers' pay to fund managers, amid concerns that the move could harm savers and pension funds.


2013-07-04 17:00:04

U.K. Businesses Weigh a Life Apart From Europe

Britain is talking about a divorce with the rest of Europe after a 40-year marriage, a split that could leave many British companies in the lurch while freeing others from cumbersome regulations.


2013-07-04 17:00:04

Bolivia Lands in Diplomatic Drama

Bolivian President Evo Morales suspected France's reason for revoking clearance for his plane was political and had a face: U.S. fugitive Edward Snowden, according to Bolivian diplomats.

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