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Asian share markets were mostly higher, as the technology sector supported the Tokyo market, while shares of Qantas Airways surged 3.8%.
Rally Doubles the Pleasure Of S&P; 500
For the past six weeks, the U.S. stock rally has confounded skeptics and demoralized bears. Wednesday, the Standard Poor's 500-stock index gave doubters more reason for pause.
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Big Banks Face Fines On Role of Servicers
More than a dozen major financial institutions are facing sanctions over problems with internal controls and staffing levels at mortgage servicers.
Outlook for Food Prices: High
The seeds of a sustained increase in food prices are about to be sown in Mississippi, Nebraska and other farm-belt states across the U.S.
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Donald Longueuil and Noah Freeman were tight. They worked together at SAC Capital Advisors. They skated together and vacationed together. And, prosecutors say, they traded on inside information together.
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High Price to Break Up NYSE-Deutsche Börse Deal
The tie-up agreement between NYSE Euronext and Deutsche Börse AG would cost a rival bidder $337 million to break up, according to documents filed with regulators Wednesday.
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Banks, Retailers to Face Off Over Fed's Debit-Card Rule
Financial firms, at a Capitol Hill hearing Thursday, will urge lawmakers to block the Federal Reserve from moving forward on a plan to limit the debit-card processing fees banks charge retailers, the latest move in their persistent battle against the nation's merchants.
China Allows Yuan Forex Options
China said it will allow yuan foreign-exchange options to be traded domestically starting in April, a long-awaited move that is part of Beijing's push to build a more sophisticated currency regime.
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A Standard-of-Living Shock Is the Danger
The threat of inflation is real. It is just a different threat than many realize.
Borders Begins a New Chapter...11
Borders Group filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and said it plans to close about 30% of its stores in coming weeks.
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Fed Upgraded Economic Outlook
Fed officials were slightly more optimistic about the U.S. economic outlook, but not enough to call an early end to their bond-buying program, minutes from the January meeting showed.
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Mexico's Coffee Harvest Struggles
Report: Credit-Card Law Benefits Consumers
Crude-Oil Futures Rise
Mutual-Fund Inflows Rise; Money Funds Fall
Harrisburg Faces Cash Crunch in March
ETFs Improve Their Accuracy
Dollar Slips as Swiss Franc Captures Safe-Harbor Bid
Justice Department Urges Stiffer Penalties for Insider Trading
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Tomorrow's Tape: CPI, Jobless Claims, Nordstrom, J.M. Smucker
Earnings from Dr. Pepper Snapple, J.M. Smucker and Nordstrom are all due to report. In economics, all eyes will be on the consumer price index and weekly jobs claims.
Nvidia Earnings: Good!
Chipmaker Nvidia reported adjusted EPS of 23 cents, better than the 16 cents that were expected. Revenue was a little bit light at $886.4 million compared to the $892.2 million that analysts had expected.
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Truckers, Shippers Have Strong Session
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Refining Profits Aren't Just a Pipe Dream
Every so often, the gods smile on oil refiners. The breakdown in the relationship between West Texas Intermediate and Brent crudes represents an extra-toothy grin.
Dollar Signs in Peltz's Eyes
Buyout king or agitator? Nelson Peltz has adapted his approach to different environments. Investors in Family Dollar Stores should make sure they know which hat he's wearing.
Apple Risks App-lash on iPad
BHP Finds Investors Hard to Please
Sanofi's Short-Lived Genzyme Celebration
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Spain Pushes Local Banking Reforms
Despite complaints from Spain's ailing savings banks that reform efforts are moving too swiftly, the Spanish government is standing firm in its push to quickly convert the local institutions into traditional banks.
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For the past six weeks, the U.S. stock rally has confounded skeptics and demoralized bears. Wednesday, the Standard Poor's 500-stock index gave doubters more reason for pause.
Bonds
Fed officials were slightly more optimistic about the U.S. economic outlook, but not enough to call an early end to their bond-buying program, minutes from the January meeting showed.
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Outlook for Food Prices: High
The seeds of a sustained increase in food prices are about to be sown in Mississippi, Nebraska and other farm-belt states across the U.S.
South Africa Gold Miners Dig Deeper
Crude-Oil Futures Rise
Currencies
China Allows Yuan Forex Options
China said it will allow yuan foreign-exchange options to be traded domestically starting in April, a long-awaited move that is part of Beijing's push to build a more sophisticated currency regime.
Dollar Slips as Swiss Franc Captures Safe-Harbor Bid
Geithner Sees China Shifting on Yuan
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Ominous Undertone of Stock Rallies
The co-author of 1999's "Dow 36,000"—which called for stocks to triple in as little as five years—is now warning investors to protect themselves against another round of financial disasters. Should you care?
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Borders Group filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and said it plans to close about 30% of its stores in coming weeks.
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Earnings Results: Qantas Airways profit up, sees strong year
Qantas Airways posts sharp rise in first-half profit and expects a materially stronger fiscal-year result as global aviation markets improve.
Wesfarmers profit jumps 33%
Microsoft executive downplays Google threat
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...And the Award Goes to Apple!
The tech titan tops our global ranking for the second straight year, followed by Amazon and Berkshire Hathaway.
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Retirement Advice: What You Get for Free
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Do You Still Need Bonds?
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