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Investigating the causes of the financial meltdown

Nov 10, 2011
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, a.k.a. the Sheriff of Wall Street, discusses the investigation he's co-leading into what caused the mortgage and financial meltdowns.
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Who's afraid of the bond market?

Nov 9, 2011
The government debt market can be as dull as dust. But as Italy is seeing, the hint of economic vulnerability ignites investor fear and wrath.
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'Occupy' protesters seek winter shelter

Nov 8, 2011
Occupy Wall Street protesters fortify themselves for a long, cold winter. Warm socks, mittens and sturdier tents a part of the survival strategy.
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Warren Buffett bets big on stocks

Nov 7, 2011
Buffett invested nearly $24 billion last quarter. But the Oracle of Omaha is keeping some trading details under wraps, with regulators' permission.
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Weekly Wrap: Jobs and Europe

Nov 4, 2011
Reviewing the week's headlines on Wall Street. This week: October's jobs numbers, the survival of the euro and whether the euro crisis will spread globally.
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Occupy Oakland shuts down port

Nov 3, 2011
The Occupy Oakland movement forced the port authority to call off the night shift because some say the port is a symbol of wealth and capitalism.
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MF Global files for bankruptcy

Oct 31, 2011
The firm's failure shows what happens when a company is small enough to fail. It also stands as a warning about the effects of overexposure to European debt.
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What's the total global stock value in the U.S.?

Oct 31, 2011
Stephan Richter administers his latest quiz, this time on the United States' global stock value.
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Weekly Wrap: The eurozone deal

Oct 28, 2011
Reviewing the week's headlines on Wall Street. This week: the eurozone deal and whether it'll actually make a long-term difference.
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"Occupy" protesters grapple with money issues

Oct 27, 2011
With more than $400,000 in donations but no desire to name leaders, the Occupy Wall Street protest faces a challenge: Who will manage the money?
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