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  • Wall Street: Stocks and gold rise

     
    European leaders are beginning crucial talks aimed at finding a solution to the sovereign debt crisis, and investors seem to be optimistic about the outcome. On a walk through the Occupy Wall Street encampment, Alec Baldwin calmly takes on a number of Ron...
  • SEC: Citi designed bad security for investors, bet against it

     
    Citigroup is paying hundreds of millions to settle a lawsuit accusing it of betting against its own clients on a mortgage-backed security that the bank had designed to fail....
  • Wall Street: Stocks down, gold up

     
    Wall Street: Stocks fell this morning after it was announced that U.S. home prices dropped again, and as investors await the results of the European financial summit....
  • MF Global goes bankrupt, is 1st U.S. casualty of European crisis

     
    The Wall Street firm run by former Goldman Sachs chairman and New Jersey governor Jon Corzine filed for bankruptcy Monday morning, making it the first big American casualty of the European debt crisis....
  • Italian parliament votes in new technocrat government

     
    Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti won a second decisive vote of confidence Friday from the chamber of deputies. Italy's new non-political Cabinet received 556 votes in favor with 61 against, most of the latter from ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi’s...
  • Standard & Poor's warns of downgrade on Eurozone credit ratings

     
    Standard & Poor's: The Standard & Poor's said it could downgrade long-term credit ratings for nations in the eurozone....
  • Corzine 'stunned' that MF Global couldn't find missing funds

     
    As the first former U.S. senator to be subpoenaed by Congress in more than a century, Jon Corzine testified Thursday about the “last chaotic days” of MF Global, the trading firm that declared bankruptcy under his watch. Corzine said he......
  • Greek parliament approves new spending cuts amid protests

     
    As thousands of protestors took to the streets and violence ripped through central Athens, Greece’s parliament on Sunday approved yet another round of punishing public spending cuts to secure international rescue funds and ease fears of a calamitous...
  • Cars.com News Briefs: March 6, 2012

     
    Here's what we have our eye on today: Chrysler's new Diversified Certified program will allow Chrysler dealerships ??? which include Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, Jeep and Fiat showrooms ??? to sell certified pre-owned vehicles from non-Chrysler brands,...
  • Gas Could Fall to $3 by Autumn

     
    The last time the national average price for regular unleaded gasoline fell below $3 a gallon was Christmas 2010, but it could hit that mark long before you hang this year's mistletoe. Citing falling tensions in the Middle East, fewer......
  • On debt reduction, it’s tough to get straight answers

     
    Today's column is all about debt and deficit-reduction. I've been harping on members of Congress who have raised the debt ceiling for the past five years. In summary: Republicans jacked up deficit spending when they ran the show. Democrats did the same....