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  • Excluding a three-cent gain in the latest quarter from the exchange of its asset management affiliate FAF Advisors for an equity interest in Nuveen Investments and cash, earnings matched Wall Street's expectation.

    U.S. Bancorp Plans New Checking Pricing; Profit Jumps

  • The CME December contract rose by its three-cent daily limit, or 2.6%, to $1.19725 a pound.

    Cattle Futures Gain After USDA Report Shows Smaller Supplies

  • Bloomberg News The company expects to lose between $1.35 and $1.81 a share in the April quarter, against previous consensus estimates of a three-cent profit.

    Tears for Sears

  • The company expects to lose between $1.35 and $1.81 a share in the April quarter, against previous consensus estimates of a three-cent profit.

    Tears for Sears

  • He split the difference and instituted the first graduated income tax, raised inheritance and business taxes, and sold war bonds and other instruments, like the three-cent Victory Stamp signed by Wilson that's on display here.

    Of Debt and Taxes

  • Out of circulation since the start of the War, and supplanted somewhat by the three-cent nickel introduced in 1865, the trime was abolished by the Mint Act of 1873 (although proof coins were produced in that year).

    Three Cent Silver, Type 1, 1851-1853 : Coin Guide

  • Shares closed 6.2% higher in Milan as UniCredit, Italy's largest retail bank by market capitalization, announced a three-cent dividend for 2009.

    Profumo Says UniCredit's Restructuring Plan Is Open to Discussion

  • The most recent period included a three-cent charge.

    Sohu Posts Record Revenue; Changyou Profit Rises 6%

  • Excluding write-downs and other items, the company had a three-cent loss in the latest quarter, versus a year-earlier profit of two cents.

    OfficeMax Loss Narrows on Reduced Write-Downs

  • Five cents sent a single letter up to three thousand miles, and this postage was discounted to three cents if prepaid—a practice that Congress encouraged by simultaneously approving the mint of three-cent coins.

    The King's Best Highway

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