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Tokyo share prices sank Friday amid speculation the hostage crisis involving three Japanese civilians in Iraq could hurt the government. The U.S. dollar rose against the yen.
Going against conventional wisdom, the Federal Reserve is raising interest rates in an election year. And it is Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, a Republican, who is leading the charge even though an incumbent Republican in the White House is facing voter unrest about the state of the economy.
New Zealand stocks hit a record high Friday - the second in two days _ as investors mostly held firm ahead of Saturday's general election.
With the deadline expiring at 5pm today for the board of Southern Bank Bhd (SBB) to respond to Killinghall (M) Bhd's request for an EGM to be called on the takeover offer by Bumiputra-Commerce Holdings Bhd (BCHB), there is a real likelihood that the entire process will see the insides of a courtroom soon.
NEW YORK (AP) - Before the financial crisis unfolded, voters and officials in states across the United States placed proposals on their November ballots that would slash taxes and spend millions of dollars on new programs.
Millions of people jobless. Billions of dollars in bailouts. Trillions of dollars in U.S. debt. And yet, for the first time in years, more Americans than not say the country is on the right track.