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MID-DAY UPDATE: Gaddafi's gold supply, UAW meets, oil prices back up

Mar 22, 2011
Here are some of the headlines from the Marketplace Morning Report and around the web. Germany is calling for the European Union to impose a fu...
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Report: Gaddafi uses gold to fund Libyan army

Mar 22, 2011
The Financial Times reports this morning that Muammar Gaddafi could be using over 144 tons of gold in Libya's central bank to fund the country's army, despite U.S. and European sanctions.
Posted In: Banks

G7 coordination stabilizes yen

Mar 18, 2011
Chris Low, chief economist at FTN Financial, explains how the Group of Seven central banks have rallied to fight a record-high yen.
Posted In: Banks, Economy

Federal Reserve expected to ease its grip on bank dividends

Mar 18, 2011
As the Fed wraps up its latest round of stress tests, some major banks are expecting be free of the Fed's strict oversight.
Posted In: Banks, The Federal Reserve

How a weak yen will help Japan's economy

Mar 18, 2011
Jill Schlesinger of CBS/Moneywatch explains how the G7's collective decision to intervene and lower the value of the yen could be the best chance of a swift recovery for Japan.
Posted In: Banks, Economy

G7 rallies to weaken yen, calm markets

Mar 18, 2011
The Group of Seven have announced their coordinated intervention plan to ease pressure on Japan's exchange rate, helping to boost stocks and weaken the yen.
Posted In: Banks

Banks have repaid 99% of TARP

Mar 17, 2011
According to the Treasury Department, six banks have repaid the funds they received from the government bailout of Wall Street, bringing the total bank repayment under the Troubled Asset Relief Program to 99 percent
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