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Wall Street focused on earnings Bank of America's profits soared in the first.
There's -- points -- two billion dollars actually missed expectations even though revenue wasn't the the -- was helped by cutting expenses setting aside less money to cover bad loans and growth in mortgage originations.
Strong sales of monster high end American girl pushed toymaker Mattel's first -- -- come up to 38 and a half million dollars better than expected the first quarters typically the slowest for the -- makers.
Coming after the busy holiday quarter.
Not all sales from Mattel were strong however Barbie hot -- sell each fell 2%.
The Fisher Price brands and no sales declined seven cents.
Remain still weak spot for the automaker's new car registrations there felt like another ten point 2% in March from a year earlier.
Marking the eighteenth consecutive monthly decline.
-- Gerald Ford Volkswagen and Toyota posted the biggest decline that according to data by the association of European carmakers.
But a milestone for Toyota's hybrid the Japanese automakers as a global sales of hybrids topped five million at the end of march.
-- originally met with driver skepticism but are growing in popularity.
As the technology has done.
Toyota expects to launch eighteen new hybrid models by the end of 2000 and it looks.
And -- -- how -- way Caldwell banker finds almost a quarter of married homeowners aged eighteen to 34.
-- -- home together before they were married to that compares with 14% of older Americans -- And that's.
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