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  • Moody's: Every European nation now at risk on debt

     
    Throwing more logs on the Eurozone fire, Moody's Investors Service said Europe's debt crisis now is "threatening the credit standing of all European sovereigns."...
  • Is a Eurozone breakup now inevitable -- and imminent?

     
    Europe enters the new week at a crucial point in its 2-year-old financial crisis, with a growing number of analysts warning that the 17-nation Eurozone is in serious danger of unraveling. What that would mean, exactly, is in large part......
  • Fed says it takes no risk in lending dollars for Europe

     
    Stocks soared Wednesday as global markets lauded central banks’ decision to funnel more money into the financial system, a move mainly aimed at assisting struggling European banks. But the agreement to expand so-called currency liquidity swap...
  • Fed action won't stave off threats to euro or global economy

     
    The coordinated action by the Federal Reserve and five other major central banks will help dollar-strapped European banks, but analysts said it doesn’t address the fundamental problems threatening the breakup of the euro and the global economy....
  • Euro falls as concerns about European deal grow

     
    Investors fled from the euro and Italian bonds as concerns grew about Europe's most recent effort to deal with its debt crisis....
  • Swiss central bank chief resigns over wife's currency trades

     
    The chairman of Switzerland’s central bank abruptly resigned Monday following controversy over foreign-exchange transactions that made tens of thousands of dollars for him and his wife....
  • Hard times for Iran's black market currency dealers

     
    Business has dropped sharply for Tehran’s black market money dealers following an order from Iran’s Central Bank to clamp down on the underground network in an effort to stem a sharp slide in the nation's currency against the U.S. dollar....
  • Stock plunge continues as European fears grow [Updated]

     
    The Dow Jones industrial average closed sharply lower Wednesday, after plunging more than 400 points as fears grew that Europe's debt crisis was wreaking havoc on the continent....
  • Family Dollar to open first California stores

     
    The buck stops here? Family Dollar will open four stores in California next week -- their first foray ever into the Golden State....
  • Dollar surges as global fears rise and Japan tries to beat down yen

     
    The dollar is back to playing the strongman of world currencies -- a bad sign for markets if it continues. The buck soared Monday against other major and minor currencies as Japan intervened to halt the yen’s surge and as......
  • Consumer Confidential: Toy firm fined; Hertz goes it alone

     
    Here's your throat-clearing Thursday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: -- Federal regulators aren't kidding around when it comes to toy safety. The Consumer Product Safety Commission slapped a $1.3-million fine on a toy company that sold...