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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

2013-07-03 15:00:05

Latvia a Step Closer to Euro-Zone Entry

The European Parliament voted to back the entry of Latvia into the euro zone, endorsing committee recommendations that the Baltic country become the bloc's 18th member next January.


2013-07-03 15:00:05

Hollande Fires Outspoken Minister

The French President's surprisingly quick action indicates a tougher stance against internal dissent as he prepares to cut spending to rein in France's budget deficit.


2013-07-03 15:00:05

EU Signals Retreat on Trading Tax

A top EU official said a watered-down version of a controversial proposed financial-transactions tax could be acceptable.


2013-07-03 14:00:05

Portugal Rocks European Markets

Portuguese bonds and stocks led heavy declines in European markets after the foreign minister resigned, triggering the worst political crisis since the country's bailout two years ago.


2013-07-03 14:00:05

Bolivian President Leaves Vienna

Bolivian President Evo Morales left Vienna as his plane was cleared to fly through the airspace of France and Spain, after Bolivia said its leader's aircraft was forced to divert to Vienna on...


2013-07-03 14:00:05

Le Pen Stripped of Immunity

European lawmakers stripped French National Front leader Marine Le Pen of her parliamentary immunity on Tuesday, paving the way for the far-right leader to potentially face charges over alleged...


2013-07-03 14:00:05

EU Votes to Revamp Carbon Program

The European Parliament voted in favor of revamping its carbon-trading program, approving a proposal intended to restore financial incentives for shifting away from fossil fuels and toward...


2013-07-03 14:00:05

Hollande Fires Outspoken Minister

The French President's surprisingly quick action indicates a tougher stance against internal dissent as he prepares to cut spending to rein in France's budget deficit.


2013-07-03 14:00:05

EU Signals Retreat on Trading Tax

A top EU official said a watered-down version of a controversial proposed financial-transactions tax could be acceptable.


2013-07-03 14:00:05

German Court Convicts Two of Spying for Russia

The couple, whose real names are still unknown, were spying for more than two decades.


2013-07-03 14:00:05

Islamist Calls for Attacks on Olympics

The leader of an Islamist terrorist group in Russia's North Caucasus region called on his followers to use "maximum force" to prevent the 2014 Winter Olympic Games from going ahead in Sochi.


2013-07-03 14:00:05

Spain Presses Deloitte on Bankia

A Spanish investigation into the public offering of the troubled lender Bankia questions the independence of Deloitte Touche's Spanish unit and says auditing work it did may have been faulty.


2013-07-03 14:00:05

Snowden's Asylum Effort Hits Roadblocks

National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden's options narrowed as his globe-spanning, 21-country plea for asylum largely came up short.


2013-07-03 14:00:05

Chelsea Owner to Leave Politics

Roman Abramovich, the billionaire owner of England's Chelsea Football Club, quit his post as the head of a regional parliament in Russia's Far East following a new law that bars government...


2013-07-03 14:00:05

Russian Court Convicts Lebedev in TV Brawl Case

Alexander Lebedev was sentenced to 150 hours of community service, having avoided a more serious charge which could have seen him jailed for five years.


2013-07-03 14:00:05

Banks Charged Over Derivatives Trading

European antitrust authorities charged 13 investment banks with colluding to prevent the lucrative global business of trading credit derivatives from moving onto regulated exchanges and away from...


2013-07-03 13:00:04

Portugal Rocks European Markets

Portuguese bonds and stocks led heavy declines in European markets after the foreign minister resigned, triggering the worst political crisis since the country's bailout two years ago.


2013-07-03 13:00:04

Bolivian President Leaves Vienna

Bolivian President Evo Morales left Vienna as his plane was cleared to fly through the airspace of France and Spain, after Bolivia said its leader's aircraft was forced to divert to Vienna on...


2013-07-03 13:00:04

Le Pen Stripped of Immunity

European lawmakers stripped French National Front leader Marine Le Pen of her parliamentary immunity on Tuesday, paving the way for the far-right leader to potentially face charges over alleged...


2013-07-03 13:00:04

EU Carbon Vote Looks Close

A vote on salvaging the European Union's faltering carbon-trading program is expected to be close, although some officials believe the proposals will narrowly pass.

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