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  1. Friday Five : Banks Start Earnings Season Without a Bang

    Plus, strong results push Netflix shares further out of reach this week, while Google stock gets more interesting as European regulators make a move.

  2. Friday Five : Big Deal Week a Mixed Bag for Investors

    The recent wave of M&A continued this week, but some mergers look better than others for shareholders.

  3. Friday Five : Volatility Moves In

    Greece uncertainty, a slowing China, a stronger dollar, and other issues could extend the first quarter's bumpy ride. Plus, consumer spending fizzles and Monsanto weathers through.

  4. Friday Five : Heinz-Kraft Deal Makes for a Tasty Combo

    The packaged-foods merger makes sense from a strategic standpoint, says Morningstar markets editor Jeremy Glaser. Plus, the Fed guessing game continues, and more.

  5. Friday Five : Fed Guessing Game Continues

    The exact timing of an ultimate rate hike shouldn't worry long-term investors. Plus, FedEx outdoes UPS, Oracle stands its ground, and more.

  6. Friday Five : A Strong-Dollar Dilemma for Corporate America

    Plus, bank dividends bounce back (but not all the way), another retail sales setback, and more.

  7. Friday Five : Market Takes Good Job News in Bad Way

    A better-than-expected February employment report raises the prospect of the Fed hiking short-term rates sooner rather than later.

  8. Friday Five : Fed Aims for Normalcy, Greece Buys Some Time

    Subdued inflation complicates the Fed's path to normalization. Plus, a 'Grexit' forestalled, HP wobbles, and home-improvement retailers shine.

  9. Friday Five : Don't Fret Over Rate Hike Timing

    The exact timing of a rate increase shouldn't have a huge impact for most long-term investors. Plus, perspective on Wal-Mart's wage hike, Berkshire's energy sale, and Priceline's lift-off this week.

  10. Friday Five : Not Much Gas for Retail Sales

    Savings at the pump didn't spur much other retail spending in January. Plus, narrow-moat Gap looks like a bargain, while Coke and Amex deal with headwinds.

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