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(RTTNews) : Sep 11, 2010 Chinese Industrial Production Growth Quickens In August Data released by the Chinese National Bureau of Statistics over the weekend showed that the economic momentum in the Dragon country is still vibrant. The statistical agency said industrial production rose 13.9% year-over-year in August, stronger than the 13.4% rate in the previous month. Economists had expected a more modest 13% growth. All the 39 industrials divisions reported growth. Meanwhile, urban fixed assets investment was up 24.8% year-over-year for the first eight months of the year. Full Article
In case you missed them, here are the top 10 videos that appeared on MarketWatch for the week of Sept. 6-10:
Accounts of the deadly San Bruno gas explosion
At least four people were killed and dozens injured after a massive explosion caused a devastating fire in San Bruno, Calif. Watch Video Report.
New iPods get thumbs up; Ping, not so much
WSJ Personal Technology Columnist tells Digits' Simon Constable and Julia Angwin how Apple's new line of iPods show great improvements, but that the new social network Ping is socially awkward. Plus: news on Google Instant search, and WSJ's Cari Tuna on the challenges privacy software start-ups are facing. Watch Video Report.
The jury's still out on whether the U.S. will head into a double-dip recession. Wealth Adviser columnist James Altucher gives stock picks for investors who are planning for the worst. Veronica Dagher reports. Watch Video Report.
Stock bulls seek bipartisanship
Midterm elections along with third-quarter earnings are key for market sentiment over the next few weeks, according to Michael Cuggino of the Permanent Portfolio Family of Funds, who says fiscal stimulus hasn't worked so well yet. Laura Mandaro reports. Watch Video Report.
Apple relaxes app store restrictions
Apple said Thursday that it was relaxing restrictions on developers of applications for its iPhones and iPads. Jen Valentino-DeVries and Lauren Goode discuss with Simon Constable what this means not only for app developers but how it impacts Apple's mobile iAd platform. Watch Video Report.
For U.S. businesses, a two-track economy
Justin Lahart discusses the two-track economy for American business, with global players getting boosts from fast-growing foreign markets, while companies focused on the U.S. market are hamstrung by recession-scarred consumers. Watch Video Report.
Rex on Techs: Hurd wants back in the game
It's all smiles now between Larry Ellison and Mark Hurd, but if they're anything like Michael Eisner and Michael Ovitz, then their giant CEO egos can't help but get in each other's way. Rex Crum reports. Watch Video Report.
Investing in emerging markets building boom
Companies that build or maintain infrastructure -- roads, bridges and more -- in China, Brazil and other emerging markets are set to gain in coming years. Aaron Visse of the Forward Global Infrastructure Fund talks with MarketWatch's Jonathan Burton. Watch Video Report.
Black days for the London taxi
London's black cabs might be as iconic as Big Ben, but in a city that has almost abolished other much loved symbols such as red telephone boxes and Routemaster buses, being iconic is no guarantee of a future. London's famous licensed taxis are now facing stronger competition from new rivals. Watch Video Report.
Odd Jobs: Pinball repairman
Allen Cihak is a self described pinball addict. When he came across the opportunity to start buying and repairing pinball machines around the city, he says he found his calling. Alice Truong reports. Watch Video Report.