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Week in Review: Microsoft, Netflix Push Wall Street to Small Gains

USA stocks edged lower on Friday after the latest batch of corporate earnings raised concerns about whether the pace of economic activity was justifying equity valuations, although major indexes were off their lows of the day, on track to break a two-week decline.

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Philippine leader Duterte says will maintain military alliances

President Duterte has announced he will end the joint combat exercises, which China has opposed. Duterte reiterated that he would reach out to Russian Federation and China for technological and military co-operation as the USA was an unreliable partner in this regard.

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Gold prices set for first weekly gain since September

At 01:05 PM EST on October 20, COMEX gold futures contracts for December delivery were trading at $1,266.85 per ounce, a drop of ~0.24%. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news. "ECB announcement saw a little movement in gold but the non event by president Mario Draghi kept everything reasonably mute", MKS PAMP Group trader Jason Cerisola said.

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Indian bank authorities say 3.2 million debit cards hacked

While speaking on the sidelines of a German Government event, Das said, "Customers should not panic because these hackings are done through computer and trail can easily be reached. "At the same time, the bank is aiming to replace around six lakh debit cards within two weeks", Partha Pratim Sengupta, CGM of SBI Bengal circle, told reporters here last night.

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Samsung warns of £4.4bn cost to scrap Galaxy Note7

Those who are still willing to buy the new Galaxy S7 or S7 edge after return will receive a bonus of up to 600 yuan, according to the company. The company will also halt the selling of all Note 7 handsets in the Chinese mainland, the statement says.

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Reliable stocks in today's share market: Lam Research Corporation (NASDAQ:LRCX)

Brokerage firms on the average advocate the company shares as Buy. The broker said it has now set a "Buy" rating on shares of Lam Research Corporation with a price target of 110. Johnson Financial Group Inc. now owns 2,335 shares of the company's stock valued at $196,000 after buying an additional 2,297 shares during the last quarter.