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7:08 PM - Sunday, March 29, 2015
14 hour ago - Business
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence said he would support legislation to "clarify the intent" of a new state law that has attracted widespread criticism over concerns it could allow discrimination against gay people.
7 hour ago - news / Roger Bootle
After the election, there will be an opportunity to revisit the inflation target. It should be taken.
3 hour ago - Yahoo! News: Business News
By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian stock markets were subdued on Monday in a week book-ended with Easter holidays across the globe and a U.S. jobs report that could affect the timing of the first hike in interest rates there. MSCI's broades . . .
11 hour ago - Yahoo! News: Business News
By Toby Sterling AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Dutch government will reconsider selling off ABN Amro [ABRGPA.UL], Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem said, after senior managers agreed to give up a controversial pay rise that had stalled progress . . .
3 hour ago - USATODAY.com Money News
For the week of March 30th, we outline notable earnings and key economic data to watch. On the earnings calendar, we will see agricultural company Monsanto and lighting goods maker Acuity Brands report earnings Wednesday morning.        
5 hour ago - MarketWatch.com
Reynolds and Lorillard are expected to meet this week with members of Federal Trade Commission ahead of a final decision by the agency on whether to allow the companies to merge, reports The Wall Street Journal.
5 hour ago - Reuters
PARIS (Reuters) - The far-right National Front made only limited gains in French local elections won by a wide margin on Sunday by ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy's conservatives and their centrist allies.
3/28/2015 - LA Times / Don Lee
WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet L. Yellen said the central bank was likely to take a more cautious and gradual approach toward raising interest rates than in the past, reflecting a weak economy and other risks of tightening moneta . . .
2 hour ago - WSJ.com
Soybeans vs. Corn: Farmers Weigh Their OptionsU.S. farmers increasingly are eschewing “King Corn” in favor of planting soybeans, a dramatic shift that is shaking up futures markets and rippling through the broader agricultural economy.
2 hour ago - WSJ.com
Dollar Bettors Hang On Word From IMFA roaring dollar rally could get a boost this week(((CQ))) with the release of data that many investors expect to provide fresh evidence that central banks are embracing the greenback.
2 hour ago - WSJ.com
Merger That Came to Aid of Knight Capital StrugglesKCG Holdings, a company formed after a computer-trading glitch forced Knight Capital merge with a high-speed trading firm, has struggled trying to get companies to mesh. Every Monday morning fo . . .
6 hour ago - news / Lauren Davidson
Quindell's sale of its professional services division to Slater & Gordon caps a difficult year for the insurance outsourcer
2 hour ago - WSJ.com
Japanese industrial production contracted for the first time in three months in February, the latest data indicating continued sluggishness in Japan’s economy.
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
President Xi Jinping sketched out China’s vision for a new security and economic order in Asia, offering to spread the benefits of Chinese prosperity and cooperation across the region.
2 hour ago - money.cnn.com
Preparing and filing your taxes is an annual -- and potentially expensive -- ritual that can be a burden, especially if you don't make a lot of money. But there are a few free tax-prep and e-filing options available.
4 hour ago - Yahoo! News: Business News
Top European and U.S. banks axed 59,000 jobs last year as they restructured and cut costs, with headcount expected to shrink further in Europe as bosses strive to improve profitability that has been hit hard by tougher regulation. "The screws w . . .
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