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Mar 5, 2011

Business Standard: Weekly market Review Bullion Market

Business Standard

Saturday, Mar 05, 2011

Weekly Market Review - Bullion Market
Press Trust of India / New Delhi March 5, 2011, 17:06 IST

Turning to the domestic market, silver ready (.999 fineness) resumed higher at Rs 50,830 and continued its bull run to close at Rs 53,600 a kilo from last weekend's level of Rs 50,610 a kg.
Standard gold (99.5 purity) opened higher at Rs 20,930 per ten grams and shot up further to end at Rs 20,990 from previous weekend's level of Rs 20,845 per ten grams.

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MarketWatch: Weekly Roundup: The week's Top 10 Videos


Weekly Roundup
MARCH 05, 2011

The week's top 10 videos on MarketWatch

By MarketWatch

In case you missed them, here are the 10 most popular videos that appeared on MarketWatch for the week of Feb. 28-March 4:

Worry about the Fed, not inflation

Federal Reserve policy, not inflation, should be investors' top concern, says Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab & Co. With the U.S. economy on the mend, the Fed should end its bond-buying program. Jonathan Burton reports.
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Steve Jobs introducing iPad 2

Steve Jobs presents iPad 2 as dramatically faster with dual-core processors and up to 9-times faster graphics.
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Walt Mossberg talks Apple iPad 2

Walt Mossberg gives his first impressions of Apple's new iPad 2 which was unveiled today by Steve Jobs.
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New Japanese cars coming to U.S. — Tomy Toys

Japan's Tomica line of die-cast cars and track and train systems is making a play again for the largest toy-buying market, the United States. The cars were once popular in America in the 1980s, until the yen started climbing. Lisa Twaronite reports.
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What Apple and Berkshire have in common

In Steve Jobs and Warren Buffett, Apple and Berkshire Hathaway have iconic leaders — and succession concerns, says David Rolfe of RiverPark/Wedgewood Fund. But he's upbeat about both stocks, and sees bargains in large caps. Jonathan Burton reports.
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Best places to stash your cash now

With interest rates so low, where should you put your cash?'s Greg McBride offers some ideas and talks about why a long-term certificate of deposit might be a good strategy, even at these rates. Andrea Coombes reports.
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Gadhafi hits back against rebel forces

Margaret Coker reports from Libya's capital, Tripoli, where pro-Gadhafi forces cracked down Monday against anti-government protesters while the government successfully recaptured a key oil town.
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Taking Social Security while working may cost you

Your Social Security benefits could get hit in several ways if you start collecting your benefits early and continue to work, reports Andrea Coombes.
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Why 2011 may be the end of the housing crash

Simon Constable explains to Kelsey Hubbard how rising affordability of housing will be a key to a turnaround. Plus how to invest in housing without buying a home.
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Your phone as a TV remote

With a remote for your TV, cable box, and any gaming devices you might have, you may need to get control of your remote controls. Walt Mossberg reviews the Peel universal control, which lets iPhone and iPod Touch users turns their devices into streamlined TV remotes.
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NYT: Morning Business News: China Reportedly Plans Strict Goals to Save Energy


China Reportedly Plans Strict Goals to Save Energy

The five-year goal reflects concerns about the effects of high fuel costs on national security, inflation, trade and pollution.

Mortgage Modification Overhaul Sought by States

A plan could give the government sweeping authority over how mortgage servicers deal with homeowners.

Financial Fraud Case Pits Arbitration vs. Class Actions

In a case against Securities America, class-action lawyers argue that arbitration claims could threaten the company's ability to pay for a proposed settlement.

The Washington Post: Today's Highlights: Gaddafi forces mount fierce counterattack; witnesses describe 'massacre' in city under siege


Gaddafi forces mount fierce counterattack; witnesses describe 'massacre' in city under siege
Forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi unleashed their fiercest counterattack yet against the opposition Friday, assaulting rebel-held positions by ground and air.
(By Leila Fadel and Anthony Faiola, The Washington Post)

U.S. adds 192,000 new jobs in February; unemployment rate dips to 8.9 percent
(By Neil Irwin, The Washington Post)

East Coast Rapist caught in Connecticut, authorities say
(By Josh White and Maria Glod, The Washington Post)

Peter King, IRA supporter and enthusiastic counter-terrorism advocate
(By Peter Finn, The Washington Post)

In the House, compostable cutlery trashed in favor of old-fashioned plastic
(By David A. Fahrenthold and Felicia Sonmez, The Washington Post)

More Today's Highlights

NYT: ALERT FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS: Rising Oil Prices Overshadow Drop in the Jobless Rate

March 5, 2011 


Higher oil prices are threatening to undermine the economic recovery by increasing transportation and production costs.