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Euro Pacific In The News

Newark Star-Ledger
January 5, 2008
The big question was how long the economy could keep dodging bullets, and now the answer is be coming clearer. The Labor Department yesterday reported the nation's unemployment rate surged to a two-...
New York Sun
January 3, 2008
The value of apartments in Manhattan is plummeting, even as the price of apartments in dollar terms has, according to several reports by real estate firms, soared to record highs. The average value...
USA Today
January 3, 2008
NEW YORK — No bull lives forever. Not even the wealth-building Wall Street variety. But if the current bull market, now 5 years old, can stay alive one more year, it will accomplish what the mighty...
December 30, 2007
To ordinary people like you or me, the shoppers scurrying around the malls in places like Mission Valley and Grossmont are just normal everyday folk scavenging for after-Christmas bargains on...
December 29, 2007
Wall Street stocks pared early gains on Friday after new home sales hit their lowest rate in more than 12 years, raising fears that the declining housing market would constrain US economic growth...
December 26, 2007
S&P/Case-Shiller index of 10 major cities fell 6.7% in October. Housing Markets Remain 'Grim' NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Home prices fell 6.7 percent in October, compared with a year ago...
November 8, 2007
Fallout from the meltdown in the subprime mortgage industry continued to wreak havoc on Wall Street Wednesday, as three big financial institutions revealed new financial and legal problems, and...
November 8, 2007
The value of the dollar fell sharply yesterday, as did the stock market, after the Chinese government signaled that it might slow its purchases of U.S. assets. The Dow Jones industrial average...

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