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Europe Stocks Track Hong Kong Rebound on Stimulus; Gold Falls

European stocks rose, erasing their weekly retreat, following a rebound in Hong Kong as China stepped up targeted support for its economy. Gold headed for its largest weekly decline in two months before a U.S. payrolls report that may help determine when the Federal Reserve increases interest rates.

NASA: Liquid Water Found on Mars

NASA announced scientists have discovered liquid water on Mars. Jim Green, NASA director of planetary science, explains at a news conference. (Source: Bloomberg)

Singapore Schools Open After 1st Closure in 12 Years on Haze

Singapore schools reopened on Monday after pollution from Indonesian forest fires led to their first closure in 12 years on Friday, while Malaysia closed more education institutions as the air quality remains unhealthy in some areas near Kuala Lumpur.

Your Health

Pfizer Raised Prices on 133 Drugs This Year, And It's Not Alone

A single, 5,000 percent price hike on an anti-parasitic drug made by Turing Pharmaceuticals garnered national media attention. But it’s just one of hundreds of smaller price increases drug companies make in the U.S. each year, a tactic the industry uses to generate more revenue from older medications.

10-Year Yield Drops Below 2%

Bloomberg's Julie Hyman updates the latest markets news. She reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

Oil Markets

Exxon, Chevron Outlooks Cut to Negative by S&P in Oil Slump

Exxon Mobil Corp. and Chevron Corp. were among several U.S. oil and natural gas producers that had their outlooks or ratings cut by Standard & Poor’s as the industry suffers from weak crude prices, hurting their cash flow and liquidity.

Brazil Stocks, Currency Top World Gains After Cabinet Shuffle

Brazilian stocks posted the biggest gain among global indexes on Friday after President Dilma Rousseff reshuffled her cabinet as she tries to rebuild support in Congress and shore up the budget. The real snapped a six-week losing streak.