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Euro Pacific In The News

Medhill News Service
February 5, 2008
WASHINGTON -- The Federal Reserve wants you (and businesses)…to shop…and then shop some more. Call it retail therapy for the economy, which is having a bad day (or year). To get you to spend, the...
Workforce Management
February 4, 2008
Economic growth ground to a virtual halt in the fourth quarter—the Commerce Department reported a mere 0.6 percent growth rate for the last three months of 2007, well below expectations—and more...
New York Post
January 31, 2008
Ben Bernanke again tossed out his rate-cut life preservers to keep Wall Street afloat, but watched helplessly as a new monster arose to drag stocks back under water. The Federal Reserve chief's...
Business Week
January 31, 2008
As Washington policymakers struggle to keep the U.S. out of recession, the swirling confusion over the housing market is making their job a lot tougher. Will American consumers keep shopping or be...
Investors Business Daily
January 31, 2008
Consumer products, financials and small-cap ETFs were among the biggest movers in the wake of the Federal Reserve's announcement Wednesday of cutting the key rate 50 basis points to 3%. Cheaper...
Inter Press Service
January 29, 2008
No explanation of the financial malaise afflicting the world economy would be complete without mention of Wall Street's bankrolling of politicians, pay practices, and shifting of risk to investors....
Nightly Business Report
January 25, 2008
SUSIE GHARIB: More losses on Wall Street today, as the Dow tumbled 171 points and the NASDAQ lost 36. Today's sell-off capped off a tumultuous week: an emergency rate cut by the Federal Reserve;...
Money Morning
January 22, 2008
Holding onto its "all-is-well" bias like a terrified cowboy on an enraged bull, Wall Street has managed to convince itself - and much of the world - that inflation is a non-issue. When confronted...

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