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Asian Shares Show Slim Gains, Dollar Holds Firm

Asian stocks drifted higher on Monday in sluggish trade as investors chose discretion over valour ahead of central bank meetings in Europe and the always-critical U.S. payrolls report.

American University student Caitlin Treanor (R) speaks with job recruiter Jon Avery during a career job fair at American University in Washington March 28, 2012.

US Economic Snapshot: How Are We Doing?

A week of mixed economic news was overshadowed by a very disappointing U.S. employment report on Friday, making this the second week in a row when economic data appear to be giving recovery naysayers ammunition for their arguments.

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March Employment Report's Leading Indicators Point Down: Analyst

Leading indicators in the Labor Department's March employment report, released Friday, suggest that the U.S. economic recovery may have run out of gas, David A. Rosenberg, chief economist and strategist at Gluskin Sheff & Associates Inc.

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A Crack In Europe’s Consensus On Iran

Since the start of the year, mounting concern over Iran’s nuclear ambitions have translated into a serious economic offensive on the part of the European Union.



Eurozone Crisis: Greece May Need a Third Bailout says Greek Prime Minister Papademos

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Greece's premier has warned in an Italian newspaper that he cannot exclude the possibility of the country needing a third IMF-eurozone bailout.


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Australian Stock Market Report - Afternoon 3/30/2012

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The Australian sharemarket ended slightly weaker today, however ended the month and the quarter in positive territory. Shares rose by around 0.8 pct in March however jumped by 7.



India, China and US To Face New Challenges In The Next 4 Decades: UN

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The United Nations has forecast that India, China, Nigeria, Indonesia and the United States will face big challenge in the ne...



BRICS Investment: U.S. Giants Sending Investment Dollars Abroad

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So far this week, U.S. industrial giants have announced nearly $3 billion will be invested in new operations and research in Brazil, China and India three cornerstone members of the BRICS countries.