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  • Facebook will have the last laugh

    The bad taste left by a bungled IPO and persistent myths of corporate weakness are keeping the social-networking giant's stock down. But a lot of experts see big gains ahead.

  • Is it time to bet against Apple?

    I wouldn't short it just yet, but it might be time to take some profits. Apple stock has everything going for it at the moment, but the price is getting out of hand.

  • Place your bets on sin and bling

    As incomes in the developing world grow, so will appetites for gambling, high-end booze and luxury goods. Here are some stocks worth a look for this long-term trend.

  • Europe's woes are WWII hangover

    The Continent's currency crisis is causing old rivalries to bubble up, pitting financially strong nations like Germany against some of the eurozone's less disciplined members.

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  • Pedestrians cross a road in front of an electronic board showing stock prices in TokyoAsian shares hit six and a half year high, dollar steady before Fed

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares touched a six-and-half-year peak while the dollar held steady against the euro on Wednesday, as investors awaited key U.S. data as well as a U.S. Federal Reserve meeting that some believe might result in a more hawkish policy outlook.

  • File photo of General Motors logo outside its headquarters at the Renaissance Center in DetroitGM sued over deaths, injuries linked to ignition switch

    (Reuters) - General Motors <GM.N> was hit Tuesday with a lawsuit brought on behalf of more than 650 people allegedly injured or killed in accidents involving cars that have been recalled this year for faulty ignition switches.

  • Twitter logo is displayed on the floor of the New York Stock ExchangeTwitter assuages growth concerns for now as shares soar 35 percent

    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Twitter Inc <TWTR.N> halted a slowdown in user-growth in the second quarter with the help of product tweaks and services built around the summer's World Cup, assuaging concerns for now that the online messaging service had peaked.

  • Billionaire activist-investor Carl Icahn gives an interview on FOX Business Network's Neil Cavuto show in New YorkIcahn cuts stake in Family Dollar

    (Reuters) - Activist investor Carl Icahn cut his stake in Family Dollar Stores Inc <FDO.N>, a day after the company agreed to be bought by rival discount chain Dollar Tree Inc <DLTR.O> for $8.5 billion.

  • A view shows the Standard & Poor's building in New York's financial districtU.S. trial over S&P ratings could begin in September 2015, take 4 months

    SANTA ANA CALIFORNIA (Reuters) - A trial on the U.S. government's $5 billion lawsuit against Standard & Poor's over the company's ratings of mortgage bonds prior to the 2008 financial crisis could begin in September 2015 and last four months, the federal judge overseeing the case said on Tuesday.

  • File photo of Bernard Madoff exiting the Manhattan federal court house in New YorkProsecutors, defense spar over $150 billion forfeiture for Madoff aides

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Four months after five former Bernard Madoff aides were convicted of helping conceal his massive Ponzi scheme, their lawyers and U.S. prosecutors are still fighting over the trial's key question: What did they know, and when did they know it?

  • A sign board displaying Toronto Stock Exchange stock information is seen in TorontoTSX steady as geopolitical fears offset Talisman, WestJet gains

    TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index ended little changed on Tuesday as concerns about geopolitical tensions helped offset gains in Talisman Energy Inc and WestJet Airlines Ltd after the companies reported quarterly results.

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  • Global markets vary by region - 2014-07-29 2:00 AM

    (Special) --International markets offer Canadian investors a myriad of opportunities. However, political and economic factors can have a big impact on investor sentiment and how those markets perform, and investors should consider investment options best suited to specific markets.

  • Bank of Cda makes molehill from mountainBank of Cda makes molehill from mountain - 2014-07-28 1:40 PM

    OTTAWA - The Bank of Canada is making a molehill out of a mountain.

  • Key controversies in new bank notes - 2014-07-28 8:11 AM

    OTTAWA - Some key controversies and misunderstandings in the release of a new series of plastic bank notes by the Bank of Canada:

  • Health costs are biggest retirement worryHealth costs are biggest retirement worry - 2014-07-28 12:39 AM

    TORONTO - A new poll suggests that health and medical costs are the biggest financial worry for Canadians later in life.

  • Consumers will go green — for the right price - 2014-07-26 1:00 AM

    TORONTO - When Loblaw (TSX:L) decided to start selling environment-friendly products 25 years ago, the word green had barely evolved from being a colour description.

  • Ottawa has $730 million of unclaimed money - 2014-07-25 4:40 AM

    MONTREAL - Ottawa is sitting on a stockpile of more than $730 million in uncashed tax refunds and other government cheques, according to Public Works Canada.

  • Small financial risks with class actions - 2014-07-24 2:56 AM

    TORONTO - Lee Kennedy was left homeless in 2008 after a transformer exploded in the underground parking garage of his Toronto apartment building.

  • 5 tips for selling your home for the best price - 2014-07-23 8:39 AM

    LOS ANGELES, Calif. - The rebound in U.S. home values over the past couple of years has placed many homeowners in a better position to sell their home for a profit.

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