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Qatar and Dubai race for London

Sep 21, 2007
Qatar is trying to catch up with Dubai's Nasdaq deal and establish itself as the financial center in the Middle East. The battle is being fought over a stake in the London Stock Exchange. Stephen Beard reports.
Posted In: Investing, Wall Street

British market open to Middle East

Sep 21, 2007
Dubai and rival Qatar are both taking their business to Britain to expand their markets. Bob Moon discusses the country's welcome mat to the Middle East with Stephen Beard.
Posted In: Investing, Wall Street

Nasdaq in deal with Dubai exchange

Sep 20, 2007
Nasdaq and the Dubai stock exchange have come to terms on an intricate deal to buy the Nordic OMX Exchange group. Marketplace's Stephen Beard discusses the details with Kai Ryssdal.
Posted In: Investing, Wall Street

'I'm a big name underwater'

Sep 20, 2007
A nonprofit group is auctioning off the names of 10 new fish species discovered in Indonesia. Wealthy fishophiles are expected to line up and place high bids. Geoff Brumfiel reports.
Posted In: Charity, Science

Greenspan, the Innovator

Sep 19, 2007
I've been catching up on my reading, and I came across this entry on Bruce Nussbaum's blog. Bruce is Business Week's innovation and design maven. ...

A Half-Point Cut

Sep 19, 2007
Well, as everyone knows by now the Fed opted for a dramatic half point cut in its benchmark interest rate. And the stock market loves it--so far.

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Sep 19, 2007
The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College has released a new Issue in Brief: "The Role of Private Insurance in Financing Long-term Care"...

Little faith in credit-rating reform

Sep 19, 2007
Subprime finger-pointing has caused credit-rating agency Moody's to consider reforming its valuation system. But critics are complaining it won't fix the industry's larger problems. Bob Moon reports.
Posted In: Investing, Wall Street

An age of financial fragility

Sep 18, 2007
From the Fed meeting rate cuts to August's wholesale prices report, there's a lot for the markets to digest today. Doug Krizner talked to ING Group chief economist Mark Cliffe in London about these numbers and the subprime effect in Europe.
Posted In: Economy, Investing

Earnings reveal subprime numbers

Sep 18, 2007
Lehman Brothers reported third-quarter earnings today, making it the first investment bank to turn in its numbers since the subprime crisis began. The other big banks report later this week, and Amy Scott reports investors are fearing the worst.
Posted In: Investing, Wall Street

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