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U.S. Stocks, Commodities Drop on Economic Data

China stocks plunge Wednesday

Yen, Swiss Franc Gain on Dollar

FOREX-Dollar tumbles to 3-yr low; data underpins rate view


China’s yuan continues to weaken against USD on Wednesday

Canada Seen Rebounding as Currency of Choice With Harper Winning a Mandate

Commodities in Broad Selloff, Sending Global Stocks Lower

Commodity Futures

Silver Slips Below $40, Spooks Other Markets

Crude Tumbles After Oil Supplies Climb

Economic impact of oil price increases on Asia-Pacific region: UN survey

U.S. Treasury: China Has Decreased Its Holdings of U.S. Debt

China to dump two-thirds of U.S. debt reserves?

Treasury suggests $2 trillion debt cap raise: sources

Illinois State Police Looking To Save At The Pumps

British Gas warns of price explosion

About 1 in 7 in U.S. Receive Food Stamps

10 States Where Pensions Are Running Out of Money

Teen mums may lose welfare payments

U.S. May Pursue More Lenders After Suing Deutsche Bank on Faulty Mortgages

House prices resume downward trend, says Nationwide

New home sales up 4.3 per cent in March – study

US Debt Rating Should Be ‘C’: Independent Agency

Bill to take mortgage market off govt. support

UK prime properties sold to foreigners

World’s millionaire ranks seen soaring through 2020

Luxury Goods Market Surged in 2010

Report urges U.S. open door to China investment flood

U.S. Service Industries Expand at Weakest Pace Since August as Orders Cool

Factory slowdown rules out imminent rate rise

S Korea approves EU trade deal

Fed’s Williams Says High Inflation Is ‘Very Unlikely’ as Commodities Ease

Spain’s Unemployment Threatens Economic Stability

Teen joblessness may hit record in summer 2011

OECD’s annual inflation rises to 2.7% in March

Expats squeezed as OECD reports rising inflation

How the Fed triggered the Arab Spring uprisings in two easy graphs

Greens step up carbon tax push

Carbon tax opposition more than support

The new Victorians: Families face biggest cash crunch since 1870

East China enterprises face blackouts amid power shortages

Ralcorp Rejects ConAgra’s $4.9 Billion Takeover Bid

U.S. Private Sector Providing Drug-War Mercenaries to Mexico

Saudi prince, worth billions, gets World Bank loan to build luxury hotel

Official: Portugal Bailout To Be $115 Billion

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