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FRB | Press Release January 08, 2013: Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee, December 17-18, 2013.

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Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee, December 17-18, 2013 http://www.federalreserve.gov/newsevents/press/monetary/20140108b.htm Released by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

European shares seen higher after Iran deal; Has the 'Mideast premium' been removed from oil?; The dollar bulls are back with a bang: CNBC European Markets November 25, 2013:

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European shares seen higher after Iran deal European equities are expected to open higher on Monday, with a historic deal over Iran's nuclear program expected to bolster risk appetite.   Read More Has the 'Mideast premium' been removed from oil? A breakthrough nuclear deal signed between Iran and six other world powers over the weekend has the potential to remove the "Middle East premium" from oil prices, some analysts say.   Read More The dollar bulls are back with a bang Currency speculators have ramped up bets on the dollar strengthening against other currencies to their highest level in two months, the latest sign of bullish sentiment towards the U.S. currency making a comeback.   Read More CNBC Guest Highlights CNBC guest highlights on Monday include Paul Donovan, Global Economist, Managing Director at UBS, who joins CNBC Europe's "Squawk Box" at 06:45a.m. London time and Alasdair Haynes, Founder and chief executive of Aquis, who joi

Gerald Celente - The Truthseeker - RTTV - August 25, 2013

European Markets at Close Report by MarketWatch August 12, 2013: Europe shares close mixed after contrasting data from Japan, China

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Europe shares close mixed after contrasting data from Japan, China European shares closed mixed on Monday, with financial services stocks posting the biggest declines, amid contrasting data from Japan and China. European shares closed mixed on Monday, with financial services stocks posting the biggest declines, amid contrasting data from Japan and China. European market closes mixed European shares closed mixed on Monday, with financial services stocks posting the biggest declines, amid contrasting data from Japan and China. The pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 Index provisionally closed up 0.1 percent at 1,230.19 points, after China's benchmark index hit a seven-week high. The Shanghai Composite Index extended last week's winning streak on optimism that the world's second-largest economy may be stabilizing. This boosted investor sentiment in Europe, with stocks with Chinese exposure performing well. Basic resources stocks closed up roughl

Corrected Label Name: Asian Markets at Close Report by MarketWatch August 12, 2013: China stocks jump to lead Asia amid policy hopes

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China stocks jump to lead Asia amid policy hopes By V. Phani Kumar , MarketWatch  HONG KONG (MarketWatch) — Mainland Chinese and Hong Kong stocks jumped to lead most Asian markets higher Monday amid hopes Beijing would step in to support the economy.  The Shanghai Composite CN:SHCOMP +2.39%  added 2.4%, its biggest percentage gain in more than a month, and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index HK:HSI +2.13% advanced 2.1% for its highest finish since June 4.  “The recent batch of Chinese indicators from last week is still fresh in the minds of investors, who are now feeling more at ease about the growth prospects of the world’s second largest economy,” said Tim Waterer, a senior trader at CMC Markets. 

NYT | Gobal Update August 11, 2013: Israeli Housing Plan Adds to Tensions Ahead of Talks

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August 11, 2013 Compiled 20:45 GMT Global Update TOP NEWS Israeli Housing Plan Adds to Tensions Ahead of Talks By ISABEL KERSHNER A plan to build houses in the settlements intensifies the already charged atmosphere, three days before the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. Birth of a Palestinian City Is Punctuated by Struggles By ISABEL KERSHNER The apartments are said to be selling well in Rawabi, a Palestinian city being constructed from the ground up in the West Bank, but paying for the city itself has not been easy. Leaker's Father Says He Will Visit Son in Russia By BRIAN KNOWLTON Lon Snowden, Edward J. Snowden's father, and the family's lawyer indicated they would encourage a return to the United State

Wall Street at Close Report by MarketWatch August 09, 2013: Stocks fall; Dow breaks six-week win streak

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Stocks fall; Dow breaks six-week win streak By Kate Gibson , MarketWatch    NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — U.S. stock indexes declined Friday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average halting its longest weekly winning streak since August of last year.    “It’s difficult to attach a great deal of meaning to today’s action without volume, which is lackluster. We’ve tried to make the stories fit the market action, and that’s a dangerous game, especially in low volume,” said Art Hogan, market strategist at Lazard Capital Markets.  “We certainly came into a week we knew was wanting for catalysts. Last week we had a plethora of economic data and a preponderance of quarterly reports; this week we have neither,” he added.  Stocks to watch: Blackberry Brendan Conway joins the News Hub with a look at which stocks traders will be watching during market action, including Blackberry, Priceline.com,

Wall Street at Close Report by CNBC August 09, 2013: Stocks post worst week since June as Dow drops 1.5%

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Stocks post worst week since June as Dow drops 1.5% Stocks finished the week in negative territory, with major indexes logging their worst week since June, as investors found little reason to buy following the market's recent highs and amid ongoing worries about when the Fed may start to wind down its stimulus program. "This is continuation of a sideways market that we've been experiencing for much of the week," said Cam Albright, director of asset allocation at Wilmington Trust Investment Advisors. "There's no big catalyst that's out there that's pushing us forward or backwards." ( Read more: Marc Faber expects a crash—but likes these stocks ) Name Price Change %Change DJIA Dow Jones Industrial Average 15425.51

The Telegraph Front Page PM - News August 09, 2013: Spain to take 'all necessary measures' to defend Gibraltar interests

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Friday, August 09, 2013 News Front page PM Spain to take 'all necessary measures' to defend Gibraltar interests   Spain has said it will take "all necessary measures" to the defend its interests in Gibraltar amid growing diplomatic tensions with Britain... Hotel bookings could get cheaper Fourth Test, day one: live The world's most dangerous places 11 ways to waste time at work online   sport Fourth Test, day one: live   Live commentary of the fourth 2013 Investec Ashes Test between England and Australia at Durham Riverside Ground, Aug 9-13 2013. Australia take control as wickets tumble Batty suspended for 'appalling' behaviour IOC receives assurances on anti-gay laws It will take time before I'm back to my best Finance Rebalancing hopes helped by strongest exports on record   Britain's goods exports hit