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  • Despite doubts, stocks keep rallying; Dow at highest since Aug. 1

     
    The risk-takers are back on Wall Street. The question now is how long they’re willing to stay and play. Stocks rallied broadly on Monday, continuing the surprising October rally and lifting more key indexes to their highest levels since early......
  • 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......
  • Making the most of his day for you

     
    Timothy Cassidy is a Freedom High School senior with a lot of time on his hands. And, he's really good at using it wisely for the betterment of the Lehigh Valley. Cassidy was recently honored with the Prudential Spirit of Community Award and letter from...
  • Dow tumbles below 12,000 on Saudi unrest and global economic fears

     
    Stocks plunged Thursday, hit first by new worries about global growth and then by reports that Saudi Arabian police had fired on protesters. After three weeks of largely shaking off the unrest in the Middle East and North Africa, more......
  • Stocks ease, Treasury yields slide as markets weigh risk of economic slowdown

     
    Nervousness about the economy clipped the stock market Thursday while driving some investors back to the classic haven of U.S. Treasury bonds, as Wall Street awaited the government’s report on April employment. The Dow Jones industrial average ended...
  • New stock market formula: Recession + losses = extreme fear

     
    Even before share prices tumbled Wednesday, Americans were feeling decidedly downbeat about the stock market. Though it’s been more than two years since the market launched into a recovery from its financial-crisis low, average investors remain...
  • Good call? Mutual fund investors have been turning back to bonds, away from stocks

     
    The conventional wisdom is that small investors tend to follow market trends, not lead them. But data on mutual fund purchases and sales this year show that individual investors began turning away from stocks -- and back toward bonds --......
  • Citigroup's (bailed out) lobbying army

     
    by Mark Silva Finally, the taxpayers have an army of federally financed lobbyists of their own looking out for -- uh, the banks. Citigroup Inc., which has yet to repay $45 billion in federal bailout assistance, has more lobbyists than......
  • Obama's big-bank tax: Which firms would pay it -- and could they just pass it on?

     
    The Obama administration’s proposed “financial crisis responsibility fee” would hit the nation’s biggest names in banking, brokerage and insurance with a new tax aimed at raising about $9 billion a year for federal coffers.Here’s a look at...
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  • Federal Aid Seen As Life Insurers' 'Last Resort' By Analysts

    Other life insurers would probably join MetLife in turning down federal bailout funds, and only the most stressed companies will take the money if it's offered, analysts are predicting. MetLife, citing its strong balance sheet and previous efforts to...