Asian shares, dollar pressured as Nikkei outperforms

By Chikako Mogi TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian shares and the dollar stayed pressured while Japanese equities outperformed on Friday, and investors remained nervous over whether the U.S. Federal Reserve might soon taper off the stimulus program that has helped send Wall Street soaring. European stock markets are expected to edge higher, with financial spreadbetters predicting […]

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Futures Rise After Selloff, Data on Tap

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Fed Fears Haunt Wall Street: Stocks Retreat from Record Highs

By Angela Moon NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stocks retreated from record levels on Wednesday on concerns that the U.S. Federal Reserve may start to ease up on its economy-boosting stimulus program. The retreat was broad across all sectors, with telecoms and utilities companies, considered high dividend-paying stocks, among the day’s top decliners. The decline in […]

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Dow Ends at Record High as Central Banks Reassure Wall Street

By Chuck Mikolajczak NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stocks rose on Tuesday, with the Dow closing at yet another record high, in the wake of Wall Street’s first three-day losing streak of the year, after central banks reassured investors that they will keep policies designed to foster global growth. Consumer confidence was the strongest in May […]

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Nikkei jump spurs yen selling; direction awaited

By Chikako Mogi TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese stocks strengthened as Asian shares edged higher on Tuesday, although investors were still awaiting direction from U.S. and U.K. markets when they resume trade after holidays on Monday, following last week’s turbulence. The Nikkei stock average (.N225) jumped 1.4 percent, swinging from a 1.4 percent drop at the […]

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Last Trading Week of May Ahead After Holiday

It had to happen at some point. Yes, Wall Street finally broke its 4-week winning streak, with the major indices down overall this past week amid Fed tapering worries (even as “don’t fear the taper” became a rallying cry by some), a Nikkei plunge and weak manufacturing data from China. But one particular record still […]

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Diamonds

Seven diamond cut shapes, from L to R: cushion, Asscher, emerald, modified radiant, oval, marquise, and pear. Anyone wanting to invest in diamonds has a few options through which to do so – stocks, funds or the stones themselves. With equities, miner Rio Tinto (RIO), jewelry seller Tiffany (TIF) and online diamond merchant Blue Nile […]

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The Five Biggest College Myths

It’s the conventional wisdom that students and parents do their research on colleges and costs before making any commitment to attend a particular institution. A public college or university will cost close to $9,000 a year for tuition and fees for in-state students and $21,000 for out-of-state students, according to the College Board. A private […]

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Why the Rich Don’t Feel Rich

There’s just about no tolerance left in America for wealthy people griping about their financial woes. But put down the pitchforks for a moment and consider one possible exception we might all learn something from. The money-news site The Billfold recently ran an interview with an anonymous physician who earns $570,000 a year and says, […]

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Why the Rich Don’t Feel Rich

There’s just about no tolerance left in America for wealthy people griping about their financial woes. But put down the pitchforks for a moment and consider one possible exception we might all learn something from. The money-news site The Billfold recently ran an interview with an anonymous physician who earns $570,000 a year and says, […]

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