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MarketWatch - Friday, Oct. 25, 2013

If you're keeping on top of the stock markets this morning... On Wall Street, the Dow climbed 95 points and is about 200 points shy of a record high And the Nasdaq rose about 22
Stocks were back in rally mode after strong earnings from At&t and Ford.

After the closing bell, both Amazon.com and Microsoft posted profits that blew past Wall Street’s estimates.

The Dow climbed 95 points and is about 200 points shy of a record high

The NASDAQ rose about 22

Twitter plans to raise $1.6 billion when it goes public next month. The company plans to sell 70 million shares priced between $17-20 a piece.

Twitter is the most anticipated IPO since Facebook went public last year.

Mortgage rates fell this week to a four month low.

According to Freddie Mac, the average rate on a 30 year loan dropped to 4.13 percent while the rate on a 15 year loan dipped to 3.24 percent.

If you want to attend Sarah Lawrence college, you'd better have deep pockets or get lots of scholarships.

The small liberal arts college in New York is the most expensive in the country at $63,200 a year.

Harvey Mudd College in California is the second most expensive followed by NYU, Columbia and Dartmouth.

And once again, white is the most popular color for a new car. Silver and black tied for second followed by gray, red and natural hues.

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