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U.S. October Consumer Price Index Report (Text) – Bloomberg



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U.S. October Consumer Price Index Report (Text)
Bloomberg
The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) decreased 0.1 percent in October on a seasonally adjusted basis, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Over the last 12 months,
Instant view: October consumer prices fall 0.1 percent; core upReuters
Inflation Pressures EaseWall Street Journal
Consumer Prices Dip 0.1 Pct., as Gas Prices DropABC News
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3 Reasons to Ignore Celebrity Financial Services Endorsements – U.S. News & World Report (blog)


3 Reasons to Ignore Celebrity Financial Services Endorsements
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
A celebrity endorsement of any product or service is a poor reason to use it in my opinion. However, buying the wrong brand of potato chips carries far less downside risk than entrusting your retirement nest egg to the wrong adviser or firm.

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U.S. October Producer Price Index Report (Text) – Bloomberg



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U.S. October Producer Price Index Report (Text)
Bloomberg
The following is the text of the US producer price report for Oct. released by the Labor Department. The Producer Price Index for finished goods declined 0.3 percent in October, seasonally adjusted,
U.S. producer prices slide 0.3% in OctoberMarketWatch
Companies paid less for energy, cars and other goods, pushing wholesale prices Washington Post
Ahead of the Bell: Wholesale pricesCBS News

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Insight: U.S. readies defenses against Europe spillover – Reuters



Globe and Mail
Insight: U.S. readies defenses against Europe spillover
Reuters
"As such, the potential for contagion to the US financial system is not small," the Institute of International Finance, the lobby group for major international banks, said last week. Hedging and netting would limit the true size of any losses,
Debt crisis: as it happened – November 11, 2011Telegraph.co.uk
France Keeps a Watchful Eye on Turmoil in ItalyNew York Times

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U.S. Bank Asset Based Finance Closes $265 Million Credit Facility for Lextron – MarketWatch (press release)


U.S. Bank Asset Based Finance Closes $ 265 Million Credit Facility for Lextron
MarketWatch (press release)
MINNEAPOLIS & DENVER, Aug 09, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) — US Bank Asset Based Finance announced its role as administrative agent, joint leader arranger and joint bookrunner for the $ 265 million revolving credit facility to finance the acquisition of Animal

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Steve Davis: U.S. vs. Mexico preview – SI.com



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Steve Davis: U.S. vs. Mexico preview
SI.com
Veteran right back Steve Cherundolo and the US squad are adjusting to Jurgen Klinsmann's appointment as coach. The US' targets for Wednesday's friendly against Mexico (9 pm ET, ESPN2, Univisión) seem clear enough: continue acquainting players and
Klinsmann eyes comprehensive plan | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-08-08Philadelphia Inquirer
Bruce Arena weighs in on Juergen Klinsmann coaching national teamLos Angeles Times
New coach Jurgen Klinsmann wants players to take chargeUSA Today
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U.S. stocks higher in rebound from rout – MarketWatch



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U.S. stocks higher in rebound from rout
MarketWatch
By MarketWatch Wall Street returns to positive territory after huge losses the prior session, with traders looking to hear from the Federal Reserve later Tuesday. See full story. MarketWatch's daily rundown of shares making sizable moves in the US
MARKET SNAPSHOT: US Stocks Higher In Rebound From RoutNASDAQ
GLOBAL MARKETS-Wall St halts world rout in choppy tradeReuters
Gold Moves to New Records; Dollar Declines Ahead of Fed's MeetingUSA Market News
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Debt Downgrade Won’t Have Much Short-Term Effect on Foreign Policy – U.S. News & World Report



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Debt Downgrade Won't Have Much Short-Term Effect on Foreign Policy
U.S. News & World Report
Blame abounds in Washington over the country's downgraded sovereign debt rating, announced Friday by Standard and Poor's credit agency. So, it's not surprising that other world powers, like China and Russia, are weighing in also.
Asia to keep buying US debt despite downgradeThe Associated Press
Chinese Fault Beijing Over Foreign ReservesNew York Times
China Calls for Global “Supervision” of Dollar, New World CurrencyThe New American
Seeking Alpha -Reuters -Wall Street Journal
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