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Treasury Secretary John Snow on Monday predicted the U.S. economy would continue to grow at a healthy rate, saying it would adapt to higher oil prices.
Not so long ago, it seemed like Alan Greenspan's successor as Federal Reserve chairman would have it pretty easy at first. The current economic climate of solid growth and tame inflation was expected to continue for many months to come.
Japanese stocks rose to a fresh four-year high Wednesday as traders bought bank and brokerage shares after data showed a recovery in Tokyo land prices after a 15-year slump. The U.S. dollar slipped back against the yen.
NEW ORLEANS: Job losses after Hurricane Katrina sent Louisiana's unemployment rate soaring to 11.5 percent, the highest level since the 1980s oil crash, officials said.
A GROWING segment of the young population is coming into the workforce. Brimming with ideas and vitality, many of them are making it younger and younger these days. In the first of a series of articles that will appear every Saturday,IStarBiz /I>journalistsIGOH EE KOON/Iand I>CHAN CHING THUT/Ifeature some of their views and take a look at the multitude of choices out there.