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European stocks hit six-year high on fifth day of rally

Plus: The China risk, big money managers are flush once again, the future of airplane seating, and 21 inspirational yearbook quotes

May 27, 2014 @ 7:33 am

By Jeff Benjamin

  • European stocks extend a six-year high on the fifth day of a rally. U.S. durable goods data out this morning could put a damper on the Euro equity run. 'Markets are looking for the next news'

  • Investors be warned, China's problems are your problems. Multiple issues combine to threaten the pace of China's economic growth. Big banks are paying attention

  • Big U.S. money managers get back to pre-crisis asset levels. BlackRock, State Street Global and Vanguard top the list

  • The future of airplane seating looks brighter, or at least less dim. Dual armrests

  • Twenty-one truly inspirational yearbook quotes proving that children are our future, ready or not. 'Grow up and let anyone try to contend with the adult you.'

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