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NEW YORK -- The stock market could get a bit jumpy. Investors have been eagerly awaiting clearer signals from the Federal Reserve over when it will wind down its massive stimulus programs, known as quantitative easing. At the end of its two-day...
NEW YORK -- The main event for Wall Street this week may not yield any surprises -- or so investors seem to think. Stocks surged more than 1% early Monday ahead of a key Federal Reserve meeting, a sign investors do not expect the central bank to...
NEW YORK -- Wall Street ended the last day of May with a broad selloff in late trading, sending the Dow Jones industrial average down more than 200 points. The Dow fell 208.96, or 1.36%, to 15,115.57 at the closing bell, capping a volatile week in the...
Money & CompanyEach morning this week has brought a new batch of revealing details about what brought down MF Global, the trading firm run by former U.S. senator and Goldman Sachs Chief Executive Jon Corzine. Since the firm declared bankruptcy Monday morning,......
Top of the TicketWill Oprah finance the new debt ceiling?...
Money & CompanyAll U.S. taxpayers -- from the richest to the poorest -- helped rescue General Motors Co. when the federal government bailed out the troubled automaker last year. But while many wealthy individual investors stand to profit from the companyâs highly........
Money & CompanyThree years after a supposedly safe bond fund plunged in value, Charles Schwab Corp. agreed Tuesday to pay $119 million to settle a government lawsuit accusing it of misleading investors about the risks. Schwab aggressively marketed its YieldPlus bond...
Money & CompanyHere's your tell-it-to-the-Marines Tuesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --Consumers just can't get a fix on how they feel about the economy. Last week came word that we're feeling a bit more upbeat. Now comes the Conference......
OutpostsMusician Huey Lewis is in the news. He and several of his Montana neighbors have installed duck feeding stations along a waterway near their properties to effectively stop waterfowl hunting in the area, the Associated Press reports. At issue is......
Morning Money Links: New Geithner/AIG revelations; hopes rise for turn in jobs; discount broker price war?Money & Company--- Geithner's credibility deficit: Bloomberg News gets a hold of emails showing that the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, under now-Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, told American International Group in the fall of 2008 to withhold details from the...
Money & CompanyThe Obama administrationâs proposed âfinancial crisis responsibility feeâ would hit the nationâs biggest names in banking, brokerage and insurance with a new tax aimed at raising about $9 billion a year for federal coffers.Hereâs a look at...
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