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Wall St has best February since 1998
oil traders UPDATED Donna Kardos Yesalavich US stocks rose, as oil prices paused from their recent rally while investors were encouraged by comments from a top Fed official.
 
Oil eases as Saudis soothe nerves
oil Jerry A. DiColo OIL settled lower today as oil producers moved to make up for lost Libyan crude supplies against spreading Middle East unrest.
 
JP Morgan in talks for Twitter stake
JP Morgan Anupreeta Das and Amir Efrati A FUND run by JP Morgan & Chase is in talks with Twitter to take a minority stake in the rapidly growing microblogging company.
 
BHP may close US shale gas deal in Q1
BHP Alex MacDonald BHP Billiton expects to close its purchase of Chesapeake Energy's Fayetteville shale gas holdings by the end of the first quarter.
 
Reinsurers may avoid Australia
Floods Richard Gluyas THE spate of disasters in Australia and New Zealand may see reinsurance industry bypass local insurers, says QBE CEO Frank O'Halloran.
 
Hi-tech glitch shuts down ASX
ASX Andrew Main TRADING on the ASX yesterday turned into a day trader's nightmare when an estimated $2 billion in share transactions were suspended.
 
Centro sells US malls for $9.2bn
Centro Properties Bridget Carter TROUBLED shopping centre owner Centro Properties Group has agreed to sell its 588 US shopping malls to Blackstone Group for $9.2 billion.
 
QR shakes off weather damage
QR National Tracy Lee QR National is expected to beat its 2012 forecasts after revealing saving and better margin contracts helped it limit earnings downgrades.
 
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Wall St has best February since 1998
oil traders UPDATED Donna Kardos Yesalavich US stocks rose, as oil prices paused from their recent rally while investors were encouraged by comments from a top Fed official.
 
Oil eases as Saudis soothe nerves
Gold edges up on Middle East tensions
 
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Oil eases as Saudis soothe nerves
oil Jerry A. DiColo OIL settled lower today as oil producers moved to make up for lost Libyan crude supplies against spreading Middle East unrest.
 
Gold edges up on Middle East tensions
BHP may close US shale gas deal in Q1
 
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