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Settlements for Biased Advice

Nov 3, 2005
The administrator of a $440 million restitution fund set up in the wake of a landmark Wall Street settlement for tainted and biased analyst research reports a high number of claims. Amy Scott has more.
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Hedge Funds Drop

Nov 3, 2005
Investments in hedge funds have dropped while the purchase of junk bonds has increased. What's going on? Stacey Vanek Smith reports.
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Who's afraid of the big bad Fed?

Oct 31, 2005
Newsweek Wall Street editor Allan Sloan tells Scott Jagow that the Federal Reserve really isn't as powerful as people think it is.
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GDP says... people are still shopping

Oct 28, 2005
The GDP was up a healthy 3.8 percent in the third quarter. Go figure. Bob Moon looks at why the hurricanes don't appear to have dented the economy.
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Johnson: It's all about Hurricane Harriet

Oct 28, 2005
With all that's going on this week, what development does Dallas stockbroker David Johnson think will affect Wall Street most? That Supreme Court nomination shake-up. Kai Ryssdal talks to David.
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Local shops take the pulse of Wall Street

Oct 28, 2005
How do you take the pulse of Wall Street? How about a stroll around the Stock Exchange's neighborhood? WNYC's Fred Mogul visits the small businesses that may just feel the pulse of the markets on their cash registers.
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U.S. Investors Look to Mutual Funds Overseas

Oct 28, 2005
International and foreign stock funds are attracting more U.S. investors than the domestic variety, a new report shows. Ashley Milne-Tyte looks at what's behind the trend.
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It's just not the same without the shouting

Oct 27, 2005
Veteran traders wonder how 'electronic' the New York Stock Exchange will become once it merges with Archipelago. What's it like to trade behind a computer all day? Ashley Milne-Tyte finds out.
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Is the NYSE listing to animal activists?

Oct 27, 2005
A Senate committee has been hearing allegations that the NYSE caved in to threats from animal rights activists when it postponed listing a British medical company. Stephen Beard reports.
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Women in "the pit"

Oct 26, 2005
In the commodities markets, less than 2 percent of the brokers at the New York Board of Trade are women. But the spitting and hollering may not last forever. Amy Scott reports.
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