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  • He called Thursday's move a temporary "bounce" and said futures need to close over $4.09 to hint at a sustained recovery.

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  • He said he called Thursday's meeting "so we can build on the work that's already been done and drive towards a final agreement."

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  • Afterward, he called Thursday's finish the best few minutes of his life.

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  • Analysts at Morgan Stanley called Thursday's crop report a "nonevent" in a note to clients, seeing little change in the overall outlook for grains and soybeans.

    USDA Edges Up Outlook on Global Grain Supplies

  • Although it isn't clear whether those loans were used by banks to buy government bonds in recent weeks, Mr. Draghi noted that interest rates for many euro-zone government bonds have fallen, and even referred to Thursday's decline in euro-zone bond yields, a rare comment on day-to-day market movements for a central banker.

    Euro Zone Leaves Rates Unchanged

  • Ajai Sahni, executive director of the New Delhi-based Institute for Conflict Management, dubbed Thursday's attacks as "killings of opportunity."

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  • "They have plenty to worry about—their bowling is distinctly lopsided and their batting is erratic," said Geoffrey Boycott, the former England captain who called Thursday's game.

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  • An East New York grandmother who's also an arm wrestling queen is flexing her royal biceps to defend her title at Thursday's state championship.

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  • Marines at Forward Operating Base Jackson called Thursday's attack part of a battle of perceptions with Taliban insurgents nearly a decade after the U.S.-led invasion ousted the Islamic militia's regime.

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  • One of them, 42-year-old French native Armande Gil, who lives in Florida, called Thursday's decision by U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson another disappointment.

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