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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

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IN THE NEWS TODAY
U.S. stock futures were lower in early trading, after Monday's strong rally put the Dow and the S&P 500 back into positive territory for the first three months of the year ahead of this last day of the first quarter. (CNBC)
The dollar index, a measure against a basket of currencies, was on pace for its third quarterly gain in a row. Against the euro, which was down this morning, the dollar was up about 10.5 percent in 2015 . (Reuters)

Oil was sharply lower this morning. U.S. crude prices have lost more than 8.5 percent in the first three months of 2015-tracking for a third straight quarterly loss for the first time in 2003. (Reuters)

The nuclear talks between Iran and six nations, including the U.S., were pressuring oil prices ahead of a midnight deadline to reach a preliminary deal that could ease sanctions and allow more Iranian crude onto world markets. (AP)

IBM (IBM) is investing $3 billion in a unit centered on the Internet of Things. The unit's first partnership is with the Weather Channel's parent to move its data services into the IBM cloud. (AP)

Cablevision (CVC) plans offer $1 to buy the New York Daily News this week. Last month, owner Mort Zuckerman hired Lazard to assist withconsideration of a possible sale. (Reuters)

Starbucks (SBUX) debuts a new line of smoothies, priced at $5.95 for a 16-ounce size, at U.S. shops today, as part of a partnership with the maker of Dannon yogurt. (Reuters)

McDonald's (MCD) is introducing table service in Germany, while testing all-day breakfast in San Diego, as the fast-food chain tries to reinvent itselfunder new leadership. (Reuters & CNBC)

Republican Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana is responding to critics of the state's controversial "religious freedom" law, writing in an op-ed that Obamacare not discrimination was the driver. (WSJ)

Millions of Americans have no savings set aside for a rainy day, leaving them in serious jeopardy if financial calamity strikes, according to two new studies released this week. (USA Today)

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