NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. Stocks are on track to finish a wobbly day moderately higher Friday, clawing back some of the steep drops they suffered over the previous two days. Stocks remain volatile after that plunge, and are headed for their worst weekly loss in six months.Read more on (Date:10/12/2018 19:37) Read full article >>

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