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18108.34 -54.65 (-0.30%)

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Last Price18108.34
52wk High18351.36
52wk Low15855.12
Settle Time16:33
Previous Close18162.99
Time2015-05-28 09:42:11
52wk High Date2015-05-19
52wk Low Date2014-10-15

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Asian stock markets uneven as Greece deadline looms, Tokyo gains on cheap yen

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TOKYO (AP) — Asian stocks were uneven Thursday as hopes in Europe for a Greek bailout were welcomed by some regional markets and a cheap yen kept the upswing in Tokyo shares going. GREECE FACTOR: Greece might miss a debt payment on June 5 if it fails to receive bailout funds from creditors, who are demanding that the country make reforms to its economy. It is still unclear whether an agreement can be reached in time, but European shares got a lift from players counting on a deal being reached.

THE LATEST: Lawyer for former South American football chief Leoz says client is in a hospital

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ZURICH (AP) — The Latest on FIFA developments: ___ 4:30 a.m. (0230 GMT, 10:30 p.m. EDT) The Asian Football Confederation says it still supports Sepp Blatter's bid for another term as FIFA president, and opposes any move to delay Friday's scheduled elections in the wake of a string of corruption arrests of some of the federation's top officials.

12 schemes outlined by US federal prosecutors in indictment of soccer officials, businessmen

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The indictment of soccer officials and marketing and TV executives Wednesday alleges 12 schemes: SCHEME A — 1993, 1995 AND 1997 COPA AMERICAS Traffic Brazil purchased rights for the three tournaments in a deal worth $6.6 million. Nicolas Leoz of Paraguay, then president of the South American governing body CONMEBOL and later a FIFA executive committee member, refused to sign the contract until he received a dollar payment in six figures. In 1993 and 1995, Leoz demanded additional payments starting in 1993 or 1995 for future Copa America tournaments, and payments increased over time to seven figures. In 2007, the year Venezuela hosted the tournament, the country's soccer federation president, Rafael Esquivel, demanded and received $1 million and $700,000 payments from Traffic.

SkyWest flight diverts to Boise for medical issue, needs inspection after overweight landing

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A SkyWest Airlines spokeswoman says a flight from Eugene, Oregon, to Denver that diverted to Boise, Idaho, because of a medical emergency couldn't resume its journey because the plane required an inspection. Snow says some of the 68 passengers were put on other flights. The airline also dispatched another plane that was scheduled to leave Boise on Wednesday evening with the rest of Flight 6391's passengers.

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