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Wall Street Stalls in Early Trading

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Data showing that the economies of the countries that use the euro were out of recession gave a jolt to European stocks, but did little to drive Wall Street indexes. In early trading the Standard & Poor?s 500-share index fell 0.1 percent, the Dow Jones industrial average was 0.4 percent lower and the Nasdaq composite lost 0.1 percent. If your investment adviser suggests you look into Europe, don't fire him. The beleaguered continent is finally starting to look like a decent bet. Small businesses that use credit card terminals from Verifone and Ingenico can now use Groupon for payments processing, the company announced .Previously, merchants could only use Groupon Payments via mobile phones and tablets.

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