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“Let's start with what I personally consider the least interesting of the four games, Sunday's early-afternoon NFC tilt between the No. 2 seed Chicago Bears and the No. 6 seed upstart Seattle Seahawks.”
“CBS faces a few restrictions, such as not being able to put games played in the West in its early-afternoon window, or else you'd have morning tip times locally.”
“It was fitting that Rod Sheard, the chief architect behind the project, was in the Royal Box yesterday to see his creation sparing 15,000 people the pain of the kind of early-afternoon washout they have endured in the past.”
“In early-afternoon trading Monday, the stock was up $4.56, or 36%, at $17.11.”
“Shares were 15% lower at $14.78 in early-afternoon trading, the biggest decline of any stock in the S&P 500 index on Friday.”
“As an early-afternoon story it might help diminish the impact of the revelations of Marianne Gingrich, whose testimony about her marriage to the former speaker would break on ABC that evening.”
“The benchmark bounced off early-afternoon lows, but closed down 0.1%.”
“On one hand, the cold front could arrive very early (before sunrise), and on the other we could see a midday or even early-afternoon frontal passage like we saw yesterday.”
“In subsequent testimony following an early-afternoon recess, Hayward took a different tack.”
“Options implied volatility, helped higher by unconfirmed takeover chatter, rose 11.9% to 51.43% in early-afternoon trading.”
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