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Thursday, July 23, 2009

LONDON (AFP) - The yen fell against the dollar and euro on Thursday as this week's gains on global stock markets reduced the appeal of the safe-haven Japanese currency, analysts said. Full Story »AP – Wed Jul 22, 6:45 pm ET
How far the Dow Jones industrial average has fallen or advanced each trading day since Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Sept. 15. Since Lehman's fall, which touched off a paralysis of the credit markets and deepened the recession, the stock market has gone through an extended period of volatility before kicking into a big rally this spring. The numbers are the closing levels for the Dow: Full Story »
SEC plans 'pay-to-play' curbs on investment firms AP – Wed Jul 22, 6:04 pm ET
WASHINGTON - Federal regulators on Wednesday proposed new rules to restrain investment firms from making political donations to state or local government officials with an eye toward winning pension plan or other public business. Full Story »
How the major stock indexes fared on Wednesday AP – Wed Jul 22, 4:55 pm ET
Stocks ended a quiet day mixed Wednesday as traders remained hesitant to push further into the market following a weeklong surge on strong earnings reports. Full Story »
FTSE 100 extends positive streak AFP – Wed Jul 22, 1:21 pm ET
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LONDON (AFP) - The leading share index managed to survive a volatile trading session on Wednesday to close higher for the eighth consecutive day to continue its best run in four years. Full Story »
Pfizer shares drop after results Reuters – Wed Jul 22, 7:19 am ET
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Shares of Pfizer Inc fell 1.3 percent to $15.50 in premarket trading on Wednesday, after the Dow component reported its second-quarter results and gave a full-year outlook. Full Story »
SEC seeks to stop Stanford receiver's "claw backs" Reuters – Tue Jul 21, 7:18 am ET
(Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is seeking to prevent Ralph Janvey -- the receiver appointed to liquidate Stanford assets -- from suing investors for proceeds they got from Texan financier Allen Stanford. Full Story »
Oil rides higher on improved recovery outlook AFP – Mon Jul 20, 3:49 pm ET
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NEW YORK (AFP) - Oil prices bounced higher Monday, buoyed by improved optimism about recovery from global recession that also lifted stock markets. Full Story »
Morgan Stanley paying $500K in settlement with SEC AP – Mon Jul 20, 3:43 pm ET
WASHINGTON - Morgan Stanley on Monday agreed to pay a $500,000 penalty to settle federal regulators' charges that it misled customers in its Nashville office about the money management firms it recommended and from which it received commissions. Full Story »
Shares in London rise AFP – Mon Jul 20, 6:14 am ET
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LONDON, July 20, 2009 (AFP) - Stocks in London rose at the start of trade on Monday after a spike in metal prices helped commodities. Full Story »
KKR Euronext listing moves closer; sees profit Reuters – Mon Jul 20, 1:23 am ET
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Private equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co on Monday moved a step closer to merging with its Euronext-listed fund after receiving approval from the board of the fund to combine businesses. Full Story »
Earnings to decide stocks' fate Reuters – Sun Jul 19, 9:21 pm ET
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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Earnings are set to take center stage again this week as more marquee U.S. companies line up to report their quarterly scorecards and investors decide whether to keep pushing stocks higher. Full Story »
Wall Street looks to earnings to extend rally AP – Sun Jul 19, 6:35 pm ET
NEW YORK - Investors are hoping companies' streak of good earnings news continues this week. Full Story »

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