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Rising China Bests a Shrinking Japan
China passed Japan in 2010 to become the world's second-largest economy, a historic shift that has drawn mixed emotions in the two Asian powers.
J.P. Morgan Plans New-Media Fund
J.P. Morgan Chase plans to start a fund that would invest in Internet and digital-media companies.
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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Credit Suisse may just have to increase its risk appetite. And Danish outsourcing firm ISS seems headed for an IPO.
Egypt's Future, Sovereign Debt Doubts to Stalk Euro
All signs point to dollar strength and euro weakness in the coming days as an array of issues from the future of Egypt to euro-zone sovereign debt remain unresolved.
Investor Beware: The Risks After Mubarak
The political turmoil in Egypt is a reminder of the substantial risk investors take when they commit to emerging and frontier markets.
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Dow Reaches 2½-Year High
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Next Week's Tape: G-20 Meeting; Egyptian Stock Market
President Barack Obama's next budget; Reports from Dell, CIT and Comcast; Bernanke in the Senate and more will all be on the tape next week.
Data Points: U.S. Markets
This week, the Dow Industrials rose 181.11 points, or 1.50% to 12273.26, the Nasdaq Composite gained 40.14 points, or 1.45% to 2809.44 and the S&P 500 added 18.28 points, or 1.39% to 1329.15.
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Bob Diamond's Big Day
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Strong earnings, coming alongside a more gradual recovery in revenue and persistent unemployment, has stoked fears that profit growth will run out of steam.
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India's Talent for Wage Inflation
Obama Can't Fix Housing Without 30-Year War
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U.S. earnings season saw strong revenue growth, but the rising cost of raw materials, from copper to cotton to corn, is squeezing profit margins more than many analysts had anticipated.
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The Dow industrials rose 43.97 points, or 0.4%, to 12273.26, its highest close since June 2008, and the second consecutive week of gains.
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Treasurys posted modest gains as the recent selloff lured buyers to scoop up cheaper securities, but the rally faded after Mubarak's resignation.
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Cotton Hits All-Time High
Cotton prices hit an all-time high, edging toward $2 a pound on continuing concerns that demand could outpace supplies.
Gulf Rig Operator to Sell Assets
Gold Muted on Egypt Crisis
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Euro Falls Back Against Dollar
Relief over regime change in Egypt gave way to concerns about ripple effects in the Middle East and the euro zone's sovereign-debt woes.
State Street Is Sued By Arkansas Fund
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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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Stock markets in Europe reversed losses to end higher, buoyed by news of a regime change in Egypt. In Asia, shares in Hong Kong and India gained.
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