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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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Ireland Meeting Latest Bailout Targets -Finance Minister – Wall Street Journal



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Ireland Meeting Latest Bailout Targets –Finance Minister
Wall Street Journal
DUBLIN (Dow Jones)–The Irish government is meeting it bailout targets, the country's finance minister said Thursday, adding that he's determined to make more "tough decisions" and deliver more austerity. Michael Noonan also said European Union leaders
Noonan Says Irish Want to Pay Debts, Not Follow GreeceBloomberg
Ireland's Noonan Says 'Strong Interest' in EBA Capital RulesBusinessWeek
Irish finmin says will pass bailout review – reportReuters UK
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Nokia Beats Views As Low-End Shines – Wall Street Journal



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Nokia Beats Views As Low-End Shines
Wall Street Journal
Nokia Corp. swung to a second successive net loss in the third quarter, but reported better-than-expected results thanks to higher sales of its low-end cell phones. The company's American depositary shares jumped
Nokia Raising Curtain on Windows Phone 7 Devices Next WeekPCWorld
Nokia Has Smaller Loss, Sales Top EstimatesBloomberg
Nokia confines Windows Phone launch to 'select countries'CNET
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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
Stock Futures: Oct. 20TheStreet.com
Stocks Waver With Europe And Earnings In FocusKJCT8.com
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Merkel, Schäuble Temper Expectations for Summit – Wall Street Journal



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Merkel, Schäuble Temper Expectations for Summit
Wall Street Journal
DÜSSELDORF—German Chancellor Angela Merkel expects a package of measures towards solving the euro-zone debt crisis to be agreed on Oct. 23, but warned against hoping that all of Europe's debt woes
Stocks, Euro Fall as Germany Damps OptimismBloomberg
European shares fall on euro zone debt cautionReuters
Stocks slide as Germany cools hope for debt dealThe Associated Press
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RIM’s Balsillie: Too Early to Assess Outage’s Impact – Wall Street Journal



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RIM's Balsillie: Too Early to Assess Outage's Impact
Wall Street Journal
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion Ltd.'s co-chief Jim Balsillie said Monday it was still too early to assess the financial impact of last week's outage, even as the company offered its subscribers free applications as an apology for
RIM Says Offers Companies Month of Free Technical Support After DisruptionBloomberg
Making up: free apps for furious Blackberry usersThe Associated Press
BlackBerry offers free apps after outageAFP
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Obama jobs roadshow seeks to tap anti-Wall Street anger – Reuters



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Obama jobs roadshow seeks to tap anti-Wall Street anger
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US President Barack Obama speaks on the American Jobs Act upon his arrival in Asheville, North Carolina, October 17, 2011. By Matt Spetalnick WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama will seek to tap into public anger at Wall Street excess to turn
Bill Daley slams Wall Street 'disconnect'Politico
Hume warns Obama on Occupy Wall Street: 'He is playing with fire'Daily Caller
Wall St. Donates Twice as Much to Romney as ObamaCNBC.com
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Wells Fargo 3Q Misses Expectations; Loans Up – Wall Street Journal



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Wells Fargo 3Q Misses Expectations; Loans Up
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK (Dow Jones)–Wells Fargo & Co.'s (WFC) third-quarter earnings missed expectations as the bank did record loan growth, but not enough to offset the drag in revenue from capital-markets operations or to
Market Bits: Germany Deflates, Bank Earnings, Gold WaversTheStreet.com
Guess Who's Still Making Money In a Bad Economy? The Big Banks!The Atlantic
Wells Fargo broker ranks, assets fall with marketReuters
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Accounting Gain Boosts Citigroup Profit – Wall Street Journal



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Accounting Gain Boosts Citigroup Profit
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK—Citigroup Inc.'s third-quarter earnings rose 74% from a year earlier, lifted by an accounting adjustment and continued strength in the bank's international operations. Citigroup booked a $ 1.9 billion gain tied
Credit tweaks juice Citi earnings; more to comeMarketWatch
Citigroup earnings rise 74 percent, to $ 3.8 blnThe Associated Press
Citigroup reports higher net incomeReuters
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News Corp Holder Group Adds To Calls For Murdochs To Quit Board – Wall Street Journal



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News Corp Holder Group Adds To Calls For Murdochs To Quit Board
Wall Street Journal
LONDON (Dow Jones)–Hermes Equity Ownership Services, the shareholder advisory service owned by the BT Pension Scheme, threw its weight behind calls for News Corp. (NWS) to shake up its governance structure and
Why Rupert Murdoch needs to move his family to the News Corp sidelinesThe Guardian (blog)
Rupert Murdoch heckled at Calif. education forumThe Associated Press
UK fund adviser Hermes wants Rupert Murdoch, sons off News Corp. boardWashington Post
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