Fledgling 3-D printing industry finds home in NYC

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Fledgling 3-D printing industry finds home in NYC

Wochit 1:08 mins

Manufacturing is coming back to New York, but not in a shape anyone's seen before. The movement to take 3-D printing into the mainstream has found a home in one of the most expensive cities in the country. Stocks are falling for a third day in a row on Wall Street after several companies reported weak earnings. Kristin Davis, a self-described "ex-madam" who claims she supplied fellow city comptroller candidate Eliot Spitzer with escorts several years ago, is facing charges of illegally distributing prescription drugs. Trading volume has been muted, marking the lightest full-day action of the year, a sign that market participants are largely holding pat near historic levels. Investor focus on Federal Reserve has receded after last week's bearish payroll report suggested the Fed would not ease its monetary stimulus soon, while most of the bellwether companies have already reported.

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