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7 lies investors tell themselves

7 lies investors tell themselves

After six years of rising U.S. stock prices, investors are no doubt richer. But they may be thinking a little less clearly. “In a bull market, there’s a tendency for… Read more »

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Currencies: Dollar stays firm with Greece and Spain in the spotlight

Currencies: Dollar stays firm with Greece and Spain in the spotlight

The dollar remained firmer against the yen and the euro on Monday, with following comments by Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen late last week and renewed concerns about Greece’s debt… Read more »

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Robert Powell's Retirement Portfolio: How good is your 401(k) plan?

Robert Powell's Retirement Portfolio: How good is your 401(k) plan?

Now’s a good time to figure out whether you have an excellent 401(k) plan or if it’s lacking. That’s because the Supreme Court ruled last week in favor of workers… Read more »

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Futures Movers: Oil moves further below $60 as dollar firms up

Futures Movers: Oil moves further below $60 as dollar firms up

Crude-oil futures fell in early European trade on Monday as a rising dollar put pressure on the commodity as holidays across some major markets, including the U.S., were expected to… Read more »

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Europe Markets: Spanish elections, Greece hits stocks, euro

Europe Markets: Spanish elections, Greece hits stocks, euro

On a day that saw most European bourses closed, along with Wall Street, losses were piling on for markets in Spain and Greece on Monday after regional elections yielded political… Read more »

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The Wall Street Journal: Independence Group to buy Sirius Resources for $1.4 billion

The Wall Street Journal: Independence Group to buy Sirius Resources for $1.4 billion

SYDNEY—A mining company that traces its roots to one man’s hunt for wreckage from a NASA space station in the Outback has become the focus of one of Australia’s biggest… Read more »

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The Wall Street Journal: Famed mathematician John Nash dies in car crash with wife

The Wall Street Journal: Famed mathematician John Nash dies in car crash with wife

John F. Nash Jr., a mathematician whose work on the nature of strategy and negotiation changed modern economics and whose personal struggles with mental illness touched millions, died Saturday in… Read more »

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Currencies: Dollar up against yen after U.S. CPI, Yellen comments

Currencies: Dollar up against yen after U.S. CPI, Yellen comments

The dollar inched up against the yen, coming closer to hitting its year high in Asian trade Monday, with the greenback extending its gains following upbeat U.S. inflation data and… Read more »

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Futures Movers: Oil trades sideways as markets weigh demand, supply metrics

Futures Movers: Oil trades sideways as markets weigh demand, supply metrics

Crude-oil futures traded sideways in early Asian trade Monday as investors weighed signals of global oil demand growth and U.S. oil supply, and amid caution ahead OPEC’s next meeting in… Read more »

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The Wall Street Journal: Spain’s governing Popular Party suffers losses in regional elections

The Wall Street Journal: Spain’s governing Popular Party suffers losses in regional elections

MADRID—Spanish voters punished the governing Popular Party in regional and municipal elections, throwing significant support to two upstart parties that capitalized on anger over high unemployment, cuts in public spending… Read more »

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