Outrage over steep price hikes of Mylan's EpiPens escalate.
CEO optimistic over growth strategies for Monroe company.
Housing data suggests economy may be picking up momentum.
Retired NBA star Kobe Bryant star rings bell on Wall Street.
Investors wait on Federal Reserve announcement.
NEW YORK -- U.S. stocks edged lower on Friday, led by declines in utility shares as investors weighed prospects for an interest rate increase in the coming months. Energy shares also weighed on the market, even though U.S. crude oil prices settled
Walmart raises its outlook, ends at 14-month high.
Divided view contrasts with Tuesday comments.
As dollar weakened, oil prices rose for 4th straight day.
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