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  • German lawmakers rip ECB over corporate bonds report

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Senior lawmakers from Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party heaped criticism on the European Central Bank on Wednesday following a Reuters report that it was considering the purchase of corporate bonds to spur growth. The...
  • Wall Street urges U.S. regulators' joint cybersecurity approach

    Wall Street urges U.S. regulators' joint cybersecurity approach
    Wall Street's top trade group is calling for the creation of a new inter-agency working group of regulators and the White House that would be tasked with developing consistent cybersecurity rules for the financial industry. The recommendation by the...
  • Carl Icahn says high-yield 'junk' bond market in a bubble: CNBC

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn said on Tuesday he thinks the high-yield "junk" bond market is still in a bubble despite the asset class's recent selloff. "I think the high-yield market is in a bubble," Icahn told CNBC...
  • Japan exports rebound in September, economy still not out of woods

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's exports rose at the fastest pace in seven months in September as shipments to Asia picked up pace, but a slowdown in China, war in the Middle East and the spread of the Ebola virus mean exports may struggle to accelerate further....
  • The euro must go

    The euro must go
    Europe faces yet another recession, and the prospect is shaking global financial markets. To eliminate the persistent threat of collapse, Europe must drop the euro, and Germany must abandon mercantilism. When the euro was adopted in 1999, domestic...
  • Liberal arts help create good citizens, good workers

    Over the last few weeks, American colleges and universities have switched from one rite of autumn to another. As autumn began, the ritual of moving new college students into their dorms unfolded. Move-in day is always special, lifting the spirits and...
  • Charles Rickershauser Jr. dies at 86; lawyer led Pacific Stock Exchange

    Charles Rickershauser Jr. dies at 86; lawyer led Pacific Stock Exchange
    Charles Rickershauser Jr., a lawyer who headed the Pacific Stock Exchange and was a close ally of the late Gov. Pat Brown, died Wednesday in an assisted living facility in Santa Barbara. He was 86. He died of natural causes, having suffered from...
  • Return of volatility brings currency funds a welcome windfall

    LONDON (Reuters) - Big price swings in the foreign exchange market are back and currency funds are reaping the benefit after years of poor returns as central bank cash suppressed the volatility on which they depend. Laith Khalaf, a strategist at...
  • British Chambers of Commerce warns of 'alarm bell' for UK recovery

    LONDON (Reuters) - The British Chambers of Commerce warned of a "first alarm bell" for Britain's rapid economic recovery after firms reported the weakest export growth in almost two years and a big slowdown in manufacturing. The BCC's quarterly...
  • Peer-to-peer lender Lending Club picks NYSE for IPO: FT

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Lending Club, the world's largest online marketplace directly connecting borrowers and investors, has chosen the New York Stock Exchange for its initial public offering, the Financial Times reported Sunday. The FT, which cited...
  • Brazil's Ouro Fino IPO prices at top of range on strong demand

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian veterinary products maker Ouro Fino Saúde Animal Participações SA's initial public offering priced at the top of the suggested price range on Friday, as investor demand for the nation's first IPO of the year came in...