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Weekly Wrap: The Federal Reserve and the debt talks

Jul 15, 2011
Reviewing the week's headlines on Wall Street. This week: the latest from Ben Bernanke and the Federal Reserve, and why the markets aren't reacting to the debt talks.
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Why you shouldn't follow the stock market

Jul 15, 2011
Financial planner Carl Richards talks about why you shouldn't obsessively follow Wall Street if you want to be wealthy for the long term.
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Wall Street's counter intuitive reaction to the debt talks

Jul 15, 2011
Chris Low, chief economist with FTN Financial, explains why investors aren't scared of U.S. debt despite real worries of a default.
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U.S. regulators in China hoping to audit Chinese firms

Jul 11, 2011
Regulators from the U.S. will talk with Chinese officials about auditing Chinese firms that want to sell shares in America. After reports that some Chinese firms with U.S. listings have turned up a little shady, the Chinese want to be sure that their corporate exports are squeaky clean.
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Weekly Wrap: Jobs and debt

Jul 8, 2011
Reviewing the week's news on Wall Street. This week: the latest jobs numbers and the debt talks.
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Mutual fund managers invest in emerging markets

Jul 8, 2011
Emerging markets like China, India, Brazil are growing fast, but the risks taken there could be major.
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Will investors flip for Zillow?

Jul 8, 2011
Online real estate company Zillow has released some more details about its planned initial public offering. But with the housing market in shambles, is the timing right for a real estate website to go public?
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Weekly Wrap: Live from Aspen

Jul 1, 2011
Live from the Aspen Ideas Festival, reviewing the week's headlines on Wall Street.
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Goldman Sachs grows in Brazil

Jun 27, 2011
Goldman Sachs plans major expansion in Brazil as investment banks look to emerging economies for growth.
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Too Big to Fail, Yes. Too Small to Fail? Never.

Jun 24, 2011
Forget JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs for a second. Let's look at the little guys....
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