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Nasdaq.com - Stocks Up on Unusual Volume

  Intraday Unusual Volume - Top 5 Up
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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

2013-07-01 03:00:06

3 Arrested in Vatican Bank Probe

Italian financial police arrested three people in "an offshoot" of the investigation into the Institute of Religious Works, the Vatican's bank.


2013-07-01 03:00:06

Opposition Searches for Merkel's Weakness

In the run-up to September's election, the chancellor has adopted many opposition platforms, leaving the opposition short of ammunition.


2013-07-01 03:00:06

European Leaders Find More Funds for Youth Jobs

European leaders agreed to devote more funds to taming the region's youth-unemployment crisis.


2013-07-01 03:00:06

Kremlin Backtracks on Selling Assets

Moves to reduce the government's role in the economy have been rolled back since Vladimir Putin returned to the Kremlin.


2013-07-01 03:00:06

Euro Zone Set to Keep Shrinking

An indicator that has correctly recorded contractions in the euro zone suggests the currency area's economy shrank for a seventh straight quarter, extending its longest postwar slump.


2013-07-01 03:00:06

Peugeot's Troubles Are Piling Up

French auto maker PSA Peugeot Citroën is running out of ways to cope with a steep sales slide and red ink as a potential ally, General Motors, said it has no current plan to invest additional...


2013-07-01 03:00:06

U.K. Boosts Shale-Gas Estimate

A study estimated that 1.3 quadrillion cubic feet of natural gas lie trapped in shale rock beneath northern England, raising British hopes of replicating the U.S. shale-gas boom.


2013-07-01 02:00:09

Ex-Swiss Banker Pleads Guilty

A retired Swiss banker pleaded guilty to failing to report his own bank accounts in Switzerland.


2013-07-01 02:00:09

Tapie Charged in Corruption Probe

The French tycoon has been charged with conspiracy to commit fraud over a €420 million arbitration settlement.


2013-07-01 02:00:09

Georgia Sets Lobbying Blitz in U.S.

Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili's government blitzed Capitol Hill this week with memos detailing Tbilisi's commitment to squeezing Iran and stressing his desire to maintain his...


2013-07-01 02:00:09

U.K. Seeks Banks to Handle Stake Sales

The U.K. government has formally begun its search for a suite of investment banks to run the privatizations of Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland.


2013-07-01 02:00:09

Spanish Banks Told to Limit Dividends

The Bank of Spain has told lenders to limit the distribution of dividends because of the difficult economic environment and uncertainties about the outlook for Spain and the euro zone.


2013-07-01 02:00:09

Greek PM Hails Gas Pipeline Award

Building the pipeline, which transports gas from Azerbaijan to Europe, was seen as a rare bit of good news for Greece—and a final nail in the coffin for the rival Nabucco project.


2013-07-01 02:00:09

Spain Raises Growth Forecast

Spain's government raised its long-term growth projections slightly, but signaled that recovery from the country's recession would be slow.


2013-07-01 02:00:09

3 Arrested in Vatican Bank Probe

Italian financial police arrested three people in "an offshoot" of the investigation into the Institute of Religious Works, the Vatican's bank.


2013-07-01 02:00:09

Opposition Searches for Merkel's Weakness

In the run-up to September's election, the chancellor has adopted many opposition platforms, leaving the opposition short of ammunition.


2013-07-01 02:00:09

European Leaders Find More Funds for Youth Jobs

European leaders agreed to devote more funds to taming the region's youth-unemployment crisis.


2013-07-01 02:00:09

Kremlin Backtracks on Selling Assets

Moves to reduce the government's role in the economy have been rolled back since Vladimir Putin returned to the Kremlin.


2013-07-01 02:00:09

Euro Zone Set to Keep Shrinking

An indicator that has correctly recorded contractions in the euro zone suggests the currency area's economy shrank for a seventh straight quarter, extending its longest postwar slump.


2013-07-01 02:00:09

Peugeot's Troubles Are Piling Up

French auto maker PSA Peugeot Citroën is running out of ways to cope with a steep sales slide and red ink as a potential ally, General Motors, said it has no current plan to invest additional...

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