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gadgets

GoPro announces licensing deal with Microsoft; GoPro shares jump 4% after-hours - @CNBCnow

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United States

Nasdaq sheds 3.25% amid selloff in tech stocks; Dow closes session down about 212 - CNBC

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Argentina debt restructuring

Upcoming: Mediator in Argentina's debt case says he will issue a 'significant statement' later Friday, Reuters reports.

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United States

President Obama to propose a $2.5 billion tax credit over 5 years for businesses to invest in community colleges, hire graduates - Reuters

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markets

Crude oil settles down 83 cents, or 2.62%, at $30.89 a barrel - CNBC

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Pope Francis in Mexico, Cuba, Feb. 2016

Photo: Pope Francis merchandise on the streets of Morelia in the Mexican state of Michoacán, 1 of the areas the pontiff will visit during his tour next week - @reformanacional

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markets

Tech stocks get crushed as Nasdaq is down more than 3 % - USA Today

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Cisco Systems

Cisco estimates global data traffic from cellular networks will rise eightfold by 2020 - WSJ

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markets

Editor's note: US stocks continue to trade lower. Shortly after 1pm ET, the Dow is off 187 and the Nasdaq, 119. - Tom

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Barberton, Mpumalanga, South Africa

Union official says 3 remain missing after building collapse trapped 87 people at gold mine in Barberton, South Africa - AP

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Barack Obama

President Obama, on proposed gasoline tax: the US should use this period when gas prices are low to accelerate the change to a green economy

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2016 US elections

President Obama: Republican presidential candidates have no 'coherent' strategy for economic recovery other than cutting taxes on the very wealthy

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US economic indicators

President Obama: US has recovered from fiscal crisis 'faster, stronger and more durably than any advanced economy'

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The White House, Washington, DC

Photo: President Obama delivers a statement on the US economy following the release of the January jobs report - ABC

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US economic indicators

President Obama: 'US has the strongest, most durable economy in the world'

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United States

President Obama: US business have added more jobs at any time since the 1990s; wages have grown at fastest rate since fiscal crisis

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US economic indicators

Editor's note: The drop in the US jobless rate and the subsequent fall in short-term interest-rate futures, according to Reuters, suggests traders are now pricing in about a 50% chance that the Federal Reserve will raise rates later this year. - Tom

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White House (Executive Office of the President of the United States)

Upcoming: President Obama will deliver a statement on the economy and the January jobs report from the White House at 12:30 pm ET.

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economic indicators

Citi report: World economy appears trapped in a 'death spiral' - CNBC

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markets

European markets finish lower after latest US jobs report; Stoxx 600 closes down 0.8% - CNBC

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