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Dec 19, 2009

MarketWatch: Top videos of the week


The week's top videos

December 19 , 2009

By MarketWatch




In case you missed them, here are the top 10 videos that appeared on MarketWatch for the week of Dec. 14-18:

Boeing's 787 Dreamliner's maiden flight

Watch footage of Boeing's long-delayed 787 Dreamliner making its maiden flight Tuesday.
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Obama slams bankers

The News Hub panel discusses the growing tensions between the White House and Wall Street ahead of a meeting with bankers on Monday evening. Plus, Abu Dhabi helps out its neighbor, Dubai.
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Stars of comedy return to Second City

Before they hit it big, many of today's most popular comedic actors spent time at Second City. Alumni celebrated the institution's 50th anniversary this weekend in Chicago. Amy Hoak reports.
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Days numbered for oil bulls

Heard on the Street columnist Liam Denning explains to Simon Constable why he sees a bearish decade ahead for oil prices. Plus why the BRICS and BRINKS are key to understanding the supply-demand story.
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Exxon makes natural-gas deal, upsets investors

Strategic deals continue to crop up, but for M&A to thrive, private-equity and venture cap need to strike deals, Bob O'Brien suggests.
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Taking the 2010 Tesla for a ride

Joseph B. White takes Tesla Motors' all-electric 2010 Roadster for a drive and finds it's a sporty "green" car that packs a punch.
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Italian prime minister attacked

Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is in a Milan-area hospital after he was attacked at a political rally in the northern Italian city.
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Gun manufacturers shot out

Heard on the Street columnist John Jannarone explains to Simon Constable why he thinks small-arms sales may have peaked. Plus, how to profit with stock in Smith & Wesson and Sturm, Ruger & Co.
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The fizzy science of champagne

For centuries, champagne makers considered pent-up carbon dioxide a hazard that could make their bottles explode. But the bubbles are so pleasing to the palette, it's no wonder 322 million bottles of champagne were sold world-wide last year. Robert Lee Hotz reports.
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What's in store for commodities

Investors need to understand the cyclical risks in the sector, according to MacKenzie Davis, co-manager of RS Global Natural Resources Fund, who also talks about unheralded commodities and what 2010 could bring. Jonathan Burton reports.
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