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Euro Falls Near $1.37 – Wall Street Journal



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Euro Falls Near $ 1.37
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK—The euro declined in choppy trade as market participants remain nervous about European leaders bickering over a plan to contain the euro zone's debt crisis. A news report that the German government hasn't
EU agrees on bank capital needs, split over bailout fundReuters
Pound Fluctuates Versus Euro Amid Concern Over Debt Crisis PlanBloomberg
Euro-Area Aid Fund Revamp May Allow Loans of 10% of EconomySan Francisco Chronicle
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New jobless claims continue modest decline – Los Angeles Times



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New jobless claims continue modest decline
Los Angeles Times
The number of workers filing for new unemployment benefits dipped slightly last week, a sign the job market is improving, albeit very slowly. The Labor Department said Thursday initial jobless claims filed in the week ending Oct. 15 dropped to 403000
Unemployment claims drop, economic indicators point higherUSA Today
US unemployment claims trend lower but still highThe Associated Press
Jobless Claims in US Decreased 6000 Last Week to 403000BusinessWeek
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US sales of previously occupied homes fell in Sept – The Associated Press



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US sales of previously occupied homes fell in Sept
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of Americans who bought previously occupied homes fell in September. Home sales are on pace to match last year's dismal figures — the worst in 13 years. The National Association of Realtors said Thursday that home sales
Home sales fall, mortgage rates jump from record lowUSA Today
US Sep Existing-Home Sales Dip SlightlyWall Street Journal
Sept existing home sales fall 3 percentReuters
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Southwest Airlines results top estimates – Reuters



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Southwest Airlines results top estimates
Reuters
Oct 20 (Reuters) – Discount carrier Southwest Airlines posted a higher-than-expected quarterly profit, excluding special items, and said bookings look strong, sending its shares up more than 4 percent. Dallas-based Southwest, which
Markets LUV Southwest: Rallies Despite Big Loss On Sour Fuel HedgesForbes
Southwest Posts Loss on Fuel HedgingWall Street Journal
Southwest Airlines posts Q3 lossBizjournals.com
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Fighting erupts at mass rally over Greece austerity bill – BBC News



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Fighting erupts at mass rally over Greece austerity bill
BBC News
Rioters have fought other protesters in Athens where thousands of people are rallying outside parliament to condemn a new round of cuts. Stones and petrol bombs were hurled and fire extinguishers set off as masked youths battled communist-backed trade
Protesters Clash in Athens on Second Day of StrikeNew York Times
Violent Protesters Attack Peaceful Ones in AthensABC News
Greece erupts as police clash with thousands marching on parliamentThe Guardian
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US Stocks Bob From Gains To Losses After Stronger Philly Data; DJIA Up 14 – Wall Street Journal



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US Stocks Bob From Gains To Losses After Stronger Philly Data; DJIA Up 14
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK (Dow Jones)–US stocks bobbed from gains to losses Thursday morning as investors weighed an encouraging surge in a gauge of mid-Atlantic manufacturing activity against a cautionary report that Europe's
Wall Street Seeks Direction, Traders Weigh Europe, EarningsFox Business
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Stocks Waver With Europe And Earnings In FocusKJCT8.com
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Oil up over $109 on tight supply – Reuters



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Oil up over $ 109 on tight supply
Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) – Oil rose to over $ 109 a barrel on Thursday, supported by tight supply and demand ahead of winter, with the steady return of Libyan oil exports accounted for and unaffected by the death of Muammar Gaddafi.
Oil Rebounds on Speculation EU Agreement Will Help Fight CrisisBusinessWeek
OIL FUTURES: Crude Little Changed As US Data Clouds OutlookWall Street Journal
Oil prices mixed after Kadhafi killedAFP
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Don’t bet against Kinder’s lavish pipeline bid – Globe and Mail



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Don't bet against Kinder's lavish pipeline bid
Globe and Mail
A new energy titan may soon be born. If regulators don't object to pipeline operator Kinder Morgan's takeover of rival El Paso, the combined group will have an enterprise value of $ 94-billion (US), making it among the biggest energy firms in the United
ETFs for Big Natural Gas DealTheStreet.com
Ahead of the Bell: El Paso PipelineCBS MoneyWatch.com
El Paso's 'Juicy' Shale Assets May Attract Reliance, StatoilBusinessWeek
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France says rating safe despite Moody’s warning, weak growth – Reuters



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France says rating safe despite Moody's warning, weak growth
Reuters
PARIS (Reuters) – France vowed to defend its triple-A credit rating on Tuesday after a warning shot from ratings agency Moody's which prompted Paris to acknowledge growth would probably miss its targets and more
French-German Yield Spread Widens to Most in Almost 20 YearsBusinessWeek
France Defends Its Credit Rating After Moody's WarningNew York Times
Moody's: France could lose AAA ratingChristian Science Monitor
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Emerging Stocks Snap Nine-Day Rally on Europe Debt, China GDP – BusinessWeek



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Emerging Stocks Snap Nine-Day Rally on Europe Debt, China GDP
BusinessWeek
Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) — Emerging stocks fell, ending the longest winning streak since June 2010, after Moody's Investors Service said France's top credit rating is under pressure and China's economy expanded at the
Stocks Retreat as Won, Copper Decline on Europe, China ConcernsSan Francisco Chronicle
GLOBAL MARKETS: European Stocks Stay Down; Sentiment FragileWall Street Journal
World stocks fall amid debt doubts, China coolingThe Associated Press
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