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  • Rough week for stock market and the many invested in it

    Ed Fishel is a year and three months from retirement. Ask him if he noticed that the stock market plunged last week, and the Monkton man will laugh incredulously. "Are you kidding me?" he said Friday, less than 24 hours after stock-market indexes...
  • First Mariner delisted from Nasdaq stock market

    First Mariner Bancorp, locked in a fight for survival, suffered another setback Wednesday when its stock was delisted from the Nasdaq stock market. Starting Thursday, First Mariner shares will be traded on the over-the-counter bulletin board. The latest...
  • Priam Capital says it's still committed to First Mariner deal

    The New York investment firm that wants to invest in struggling First Mariner Bancorp said Thursday it was still committed to the deal that would provide much-needed capital for the bank. Howard Feinglass, a Baltimore native who heads Priam Capital, said...
  • Stocks rise on latest European rescue plan

    Stocks rise on latest European rescue plan
    Stock markets around the world roared higher Friday after European policymakers made their latest move to ease the continent’s debt crisis. Lawmakers agreed to pump money into troubled banks directly from the continent’s bailout fund rather...
  • PASSINGS: Richard B. Scudder, Barton Biggs

    PASSINGS: Richard B. Scudder, Barton Biggs
    Richard B. Scudder Co-founder of MediaNews Group Richard B. Scudder, 99, co-founder and former chairman of MediaNews Group Inc., the nation's second-largest newspaper company, who also helped invent a process allowing newsprint to be recycled, died...
  • Stocks tumble on renewed worries about Europe

    Stocks tumble on renewed worries about Europe
    Stocks lightened their losses but still are deeply in the red this morning amid fear that Europe’s lingering economic crisis is entering another dangerous phase. Concern that Spain may need a bailout spooked investors worldwide as the country&...
  • Obesity drugs need heart studies, U.S. advisers say

    Obesity drugs need heart studies, U.S. advisers say
    SILVER SPRING, Maryland (Reuters) - Heart safety studies should be required for new obesity drugs, U.S. drug advisers said on Thursday, possibly adding a new hurdle to the drugs' approval. An advisory panel to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration...
  • Investors are net buyers of U.S. stock funds for first time since spring

     
    U.S. stock mutual funds last week had their first net cash inflow since April -- a sign that small investors are finding the equity market’s powerful rally since August too much to ignore. Domestic stock funds took in a net......
  • Gold drops to 8-week low as money goes elsewhere

     
    Gold slumped to an eight-week low on Friday, ending just above $1,360 an ounce, in a possible sign that investors are shedding more of their concerns about the global economy’s prospects in 2011. Strength in the euro, which rose for......
  • Apple falls but its rivals gain, pushing Nasdaq index to 3-year high

     
    New worries about Apple Inc.’s future failed to hold back the rest of the stock market on Tuesday: Key indexes shook off some early selling to close at fresh multiyear highs. And what’s potentially bad for Apple -- co-founder Steve......
  • Dow ends short of 12,000 but still at highest since mid-2008

     
    A late bout of selling on Wednesday pushed the Dow Jones industrial average below the 12,000 mark, denying Wall Street another milestone in its recovery -- at least for one more day. The blue-chip index ended the day up 8.25......