The International Monetary Fund announces fresh funding to convince financial markets it has the resources needed to cope with future crises.
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Oracle is not trying to ruin the Android market, it just wants a “taste,” writes John Dvorak.
article found on John Dvorak's Second Opinion: Google vs. Oracle: Round one
U.S. stock index futures point to a higher start for Wall Street, buoyed by an ongoing run of positive earnings, although strategists say weekend meetings of G-20 officials and Sunday’s first-round presidential-election vote may make for cautious trading.
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Agricultural land prices are soaring. And while they may no longer be cheap, they could still have a way to run yet. Merryn Somerset Webb explains the best ways for you to cash in - and warns of some investments to avoid. article found on How to cash in on the land bubble
Sluggish global demand and an easing of tensions with Iran bode well for a drop in the oil price. article found on Oil price set for further falls
Soon computers won't only be used in the design stage - they'll be used in the manufacturing of products too, says Tom Bulford. And this penny share is at the cutting edge of this new technology. article found on How you can find truly exciting manufacturing stocks
Crude-oil prices bounce in electronic trading to take back some recent losses, ahead of the expiration of the May front-month contract.
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