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Greek Vote No Doomsday For The Euro
Morning Business Memo: The doomsday event has been avoided for the euro, at least for now. Things could have been a lot uglier today on financial markets. Voters in Greece ended months of political stalemate by narrowly backing pro-bailout parties in the election. The result...
Occupy Movement Hopes for New Lease on Life
The Occupy movement got off to a great start last fall, but living in a tent camp seemed less attractive during the Northern European winter. Now that spring is back, activists are hoping for a protest renaissance. But the loose-knit group still needs to figure out what it actually stands for. When
Bank of America: CEO Defends Actions As Shares Sink
Embattled Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan today fielded questions from 6,000 investors, analysts other participants in a 90-minute conference call devoted to the bank's cratering stock, its pile of bad mortgages, and its exposure to a mounting bank crisis in Europe. By mid-afternoon, at the time
'50 Economic Indicators That Really Matter'
Everyone I'm Dan Cutler in new York and welcome to this edition of money matters any professional or amateur investor knows. The pay attention to those well known economic indicators like inflation and unemployment rates certainly important gauges to measure the health of the economy but only an
Soros: Obama's Econ. Policy Too Much Like Bush
Prominent Billionaire, Obama Backer George Soros Continues Criticism of President's Economic Policies; Says Won't Participate in Administration's Asset-Buying Program
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Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner Defends Planned Reuse of TARP Funds
Treasury Secretary Defends Plan to Reuse Taxpayer Money Repaid to the Gov't to Help Ailing Local Banks
'Stockholm Syndrome': Why is the U.S. Afraid of Sweden?
The worldwide financial crisis has been an eye-opener in many ways. But to a Swede, it has been a big surprise to realize just how stigmatized Sweden seems to be in the United States these days. In response to the U.S. government taking partial ownership of the auto industry , the banks and
White House: Likely No Need for Bank Bailout II
White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel on This Week with George Stephanopoulos discussing bank nationalization and TARP.