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BERLIN (Reuters) - A member of Chancellor Angela Merkel's junior coalition partner said the German government should consider the
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain will not ask for European funds to buy its debt despite the fact that the country needs its borrowing costs to fall soon, the head of the country's Treasury said in an interview with Spanish daily Expansion.
Apple Inc's biggest success has become its biggest risk factor.
NEW YORK: Stocks took off at the end of the week, drawn by the allure of a helping hand from the world's two most powerful central banks. Traders are unlikely to resist those charms again next week.
NEW YORK: Stocks rallied on Friday on expectations the European Central Bank will tackle high borrowing costs hitting Spain and Italy, but the euro pared gains on market uncertainty about the specific action to be taken.
KUALA LUMPUR: Dorab Mistry compared the palm-oil market in 1998 to the Titanic and correctly predicted a slump from then-record prices the next year. He’s now forecasting another retreat as weakening demand outweighs a decline in Malaysian production.