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  • Eurozone bond yields rise again despite ECB buying

     
    European government bond yields mostly continued to rise Wednesday, even as the European Central Bank apparently ramped up purchases to try to calm investors. The jump in interest rates in recent days signals a further spreading of the debt-crisis...
  • Gasoline prices tumble but remain at seasonal highs

     
    Retail gasoline prices dropped by their one of the biggest amounts in months over the past week, in both California and around the nation, but don't get too excited. They still have to drop a lot more in the coming weeks to finally fall below historic...
  • 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 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....
  • France, Germany push for new European treaty

     
    France and Germany said they will press for a plan under which Eurozone countries must stick to strict spending limits or face sanctions....
  • EU agrees on fiscal treaty, minus Britain and 3 others [Updated]

     
    Most leaders of the European Union agree to a treaty putting strict limits on government spending and borrowing. Britain is among four countries that decline to join, exposing rifts within the EU at a summit in Brussels aimed at saving the euro from its...
  • 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....
  • Pain at the gas pump: Round up the usual suspects?

     
    $10 billion has been placed in the gasoline futures markets by large hedge funds and commodity pools -- and they're betting that gasoline prices will keep climbing....
  • German lawmakers approve second bailout package for Greece

     
    German lawmakers overwhelmingly approved a second bailout package for debt-ridden Greece on Monday. The victory for Chancellor Angela Merkel comes despite popular opposition in Germany to giving Greece another rescue package....
  • Asian markets recover after early losses

     
    Asian stocks rebounded after a volatile day of trading Tuesday that sent markets nosediving in the morning before clawing back to more stable territory. Japan's Nikkei 225 stock average closed down 1.7% to 8,944.48 after losing more then 4% earlier......