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3/25/2015 - Yahoo! News: Business News
The advantage of higher yields in the United States has not prompted foreign buying as investors had expected, and central banks have instead dumped Treasuries in recent months. Foreign central banks reduced their holdings of U.S. Treasuries la . . .
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com
The Supreme Court appeared deeply divided over whether the Environmental Protection Agency erred when it adopted regulations requiring power plants to cut emissions of mercury and other toxic air pollutants.
3/25/2015 - LA Times / Samantha Masunaga
Consumers' growing appetite for healthier fare is pushing together two of the world's largest processed-food companies — a deal that would combine an extensive shopping list of household names including Heinz Ketchup, Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, O . . .
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3/25/2015 - Reuters
SINGAPORE/TOKYO (Reuters) - Brent crude oil shot up nearly 6 percent on Thursday after Saudi Arabia and its Gulf Arab allies began a military operation in Yemen, but the benchmark later came off its high near $60 (40 pounds) as importers saw no . . .
3/25/2015 - Reuters
SANAND, Gujarat (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co has invested $1 billion in a new plant in western India which will help the automaker triple exports from the country, chief executive Mark Fields told reporters on Thursday.
3/25/2015 - Reuters
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Cross-border trade settlement denominated in China's yuan currency is expected to climb to over 50 percent of China's total trade by 2020, more than doubling the current level, Stuart Gulliver, HSBC's Group Chief Executive . . .
3/25/2015 - Reuters
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares slipped on Thursday as tech-driven losses on Wall Street and escalating tensions in the Middle East provided a tailwind for oil prices and the safe haven yen.
3/25/2015 - money.cnn.com
The world's least expensive gasoline can be found in Venezuela ? and the U.S. is pretty cheap too.
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com
Bank of China reported its slowest annual profit growth as a publicly traded company, and more.
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com
Carlsberg, Heineken, InBev, SABMiller and others soon will add nutritional labels to their drinks to aid customers making food and drinks choices by calorie count, a European brewers group said.
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com
Mexico’s América Móvil signed an agreement with Grupo Elektra under which a unit of Elektra will offer mobile-phone services by leasing space on America Movil’s network.
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com
Expedia and Orbitz each received second requests from the Justice Department for additional information in connection with their pending merger.
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com
Sergio Marchionne sparred with a plaintiff’s lawyer in a deposition over the purpose of his meeting with top U.S. auto-safety regulators to discuss older-model Jeeps involved in fiery rear-end crashes.
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com
The deadly crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 heightens pressure on Airbus Group, just as it embarks on an unprecedented period of building more jets and introducing new models.
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com
U.S. Steel Corp. said it will temporarily idle an Illinois plant as it consolidates its North American flat-rolled steel operations, reflecting weakened demand from the energy sector.
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com
The Energy Department is dusting off a loan program meant to help auto makers and their supply chain finance investments in fuel-efficient vehicles, announcing a $259 million loan to Alcoa.
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com
Filing for bankruptcy protection to save a small business often costs at least $100,000 to $300,000—and sometimes twice as much in cases where creditors are contentious, lawyers say.
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com
Capital Account: Chief economics commentator Greg Ip says estimating the costs of policy using dynamic scoring shouldn’t be feared if the estimates and assumptions are transparent and rigorous.
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com
Employment in the small Rust Belt city fell nearly 15% during the recession and remains off by 10%. The situation could be worse were it not for local leaders who saw that the Indiana community’s survival depended on it being more like cities t . . .
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