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  • Grim jobs report aftermath: Stocks up, bonds mixed, dollar sinks, gold zooms

     
    The dismal November employment report -- a net 39,000 jobs created, compared with an expected 150,000 -- made for a day of strange crosscurrents in financial markets. The highlights: --- STOCKS: Market bulls refused to surrender, apparently unwilling to...
  • Europe's debt troubles deepen as investors flee bonds of Spain, Italy

     
    The euro slumped further Tuesday and European stock markets slid again as fears continued to mount over the continent’s government-debt crisis. Ireland’s bailout by the European Union, in a deal formalized over the weekend, already is a distant...
  • New hot investment: Those dollars in your wallet

     
    The Federal Reserve’s program to pump hundreds of billions of dollars into the financial system via bond purchases was supposed to further weaken the dollar. But just the opposite has happened: The buck has been the strongman of global currencies......
  • European markets sink as Germany warns of 'serious situation' for euro

     
    On a bad day for markets worldwide, the euro is getting trashed as investors and traders take a dim view of the European Union’s planned bailout of Ireland -- fearing that it’s just a prelude to bailouts of other financially......
  • Coin of the realm

     
    At a time when consumers pay for candy bars and cigarettes with debit cards, it might seem quaint to debate whether the dollar bill should be retired from U.S. currency. Yet debate there is, stimulated by the release of a......
  • Dollar strengthens as Europe's debt woes worsen

     
    The beaten-down dollar suddenly is attracting global investors again, as government-debt worries deepen in Europe and U.S. economic data look more upbeat. For the moment, the dollar’s traditional role as a haven is trumping concerns about the Federal...
  • A weak dollar no more? The buck rallies as euro falls on Ireland bailout fears

     
    As world leaders bicker about the weakened U.S. dollar and whether Washington is intentionally trying to drive it even lower, they’re behind the curve: The greenback rallied Thursday for a fifth straight session, the longest winning streak since late...
  • Oil hits six-month high as Fed talks up inflation

     
    The Federal Reserve wants higher inflation. The oil market is obliging. Crude oil futures for December rose 95 cents to $83.90 a barrel on Tuesday, the highest closing price since May 3, as the dollar weakened again and traders focused......
  • Carl Icahn launches third offer for MGM debt as Spyglass vote looms

     
    Carl Icahn has opened up a third line of attack on the plan by MGM's leading creditors and management to hand control of the studio over to Spyglass Entertainment instead of merging with Lions Gate. The billionaire investor, the largest......
  • More Fed help for economy now just a matter of time

     
    If there was any doubt left on Wall Street about a new flood of money coming from the Federal Reserve, the lousy September employment data reported Friday should have put it to rest. Now it’s only a matter of time......
  • Is Morgan Freeman the best choice for AFI tribute?

     
    Some of our forum posters are not impressed that the American Film Institute will bestow its lifetime achievement award upon Morgan Freeman next June. While many posters are pleased with the news, there's a surprising amount of grumbling. I don't...