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Government review says American-US Airways merger would reduce competition on many routes
Bernanke says stronger economy means Fed could slow bond buying this year, end it next year
House votes to cut food stamps by $2 billion a year as part of wide-ranging farm bill
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Stocks slide and Treasury yields spike after Bernanke says Fed could slow its bond purchases
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Financial markets shuddered Wednesday after the Federal Reserve said it could start scaling back its huge economic stimulus program later this year and end it by the middle of next.
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Sprint sues to stop Dish Network's buyout offer for Clearwire
Federal Reserve foresees lower US unemployment, more economic growth next year
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Oil falls as Fed's brighter economic outlook signals a possible unwinding of stimulus measures
Denver passengers on United 787 that diverted to Seattle resume trip to Tokyo on another 787
Greek coalition talks drag on to end TV crisis; state broadcaster remains off air
EASING BACK: Stocks slid and bond yields rose sharply after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said the central bank could start to pull back on its bond purchases later this year if the economy improves enough, and end the program by mid-2014.
Gold ended higher and grain contracts climbed in Wednesday trading.