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  • "Up until sometime early today," he told reporters in a hastily called late-day news conference, "when I couldn't get a phone call returned."

    The Washington Post: National, World & D.C. Area News and Headlines - The Washington Post

  • A late-day rally in the equities markets pushed Nymex crude into positive territory after the contract fell as low as $90.10 earlier in the session.

    Crude Settles Above $91

  • The late-day shadows stretch out like nymphs on the lawn, reveling naked and dark in the warm golden-green grass.


  • The brightly glinting late-day light seared my eyes to a tearless squint.


  • Concerns that have been building for days erupted into a selloff that began in Asia, gathered steam in Europe and culminated in a sharp, late-day drop in New York.

    Economic Fears Hit Global Markets

  • Even with those late-day gains, during the last two weeks the London stock index is down more than 15 percent, and the German and French indexes are down more than 20 percent.

    European Markets Bounce Back After Volatile Trading

  • The Dow Jones Industrial Average mounted a late-day rally to edge higher by 6.74 points, or 0.1%, at 12239.89, a 30-month high.

    Dow Ekes Out a Gain, Eighth in a Row

  • The Dow industrials staged a late-day rally, gaining 6.74 points, or 0.1%, to close at 12239.89, a 30-month high.

    What's News: Business

  • A piece of fruit which can also satisfy a late-day sweet craving with a serving of nuts, a whole-wheat crispbread spread with peanut butter, or a small bag of soy crisps could be a good choice.

    The Small Change Diet

  • A late-day buying spree of risk-related assets pulled the single currency off a three-week low below $1.41, but Greece's debt woes contained its gains.

    Euro Suffers on Greek Woes


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