Emergency workers in Oklahoma have found 101 survivors, while the death toll has been lowered to 24 so far.
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Australian stocks decline, and Hong Kong equities pull back from a three-day winning run, weighed by overnight losses on Wall Street and uncertainty over U.S. monetary policy.
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Bill Bonner reflects on the success of his 'trade of the decade'. article found on How to escape gloomy England
Powerful forces are driving markets to dizzying heights - forces that defy rational explanation, says Bengt Saelensminde. Here, he explains why you can't afford to ignore this trend. article found on Three reasons I’m sticking with stocks
Fund managers love to talk up the benefits of value investing. But the trouble is, says Merryn Somerset Webb, they so rarely practise what they preach. article found on Your great advantage over fund managers
The dollar fell on Monday, but still traded at nearly five-year highs against the Japanese yen, as a Federal Reserve president said more time is needed to assess labor-market progress.
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Yahoo Inc. dominates investor attention on Monday as it announces it agreed to acquire blogging site Tumblr, pushing its shares lower.
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The Japanese yen rises, getting a break from recent declines after a senior Japanese official says the currency’s “correction” has largely run its course.
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Stock indexes rallying to new highs have put investors on alert for a correction. Now they have something else to worry about: Too many individual stocks touching highs.
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Americans between the ages of 61 and 70 are withdrawing money from their IRAs in amounts that are larger, both in absolute dollar amounts and as a percentage of their IRA account balance, than those taken by older households.
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