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  • *Transocean reaches deal with Icahn over dividend. NEW YORK, Nov 11- U.S. stocks edged up on Monday, lifting the Dow to another record closing high in light volume on Veterans Day while investors turned their focus to how soon the Federal Reserve may begin reducing stimulus.

  • NEW YORK, Nov 11- The second explosive oil-train derailment this year, which has finally burned out in rural Alabama, may raise new questions about the safety of the crude-by-rail boom, pointing to problems beyond those that surfaced following the earlier tragedy in Quebec.

  • SINGAPORE, Nov 11- U.S. crude futures were firmer in early Asian trade on Monday after meetings between Iran and six western nations failed to reach a deal on Tehran's nuclear programme.

  • ALICEVILLE, Ala., Nov 8- Several oil tank cars that burst into flames after a train derailed in rural Alabama were expected to keep burning into Saturday, potentially reigniting the push for tougher regulation of the boom in moving oil by rail.

  • Nov 8- A 90- car train carrying North Dakota crude derailed and exploded in a rural area of western Alabama early on Friday, leaving 11 cars burning and potentially bolstering the push for tougher regulation of a boom in moving oil by rail. A local official said the crude oil had originated in North Dakota, home of the booming Bakken shale patch.

  • Nov 8- A 90- car train carrying crude oil derailed and exploded in western Alabama in the early hours of Friday morning, spilling oil and leaving eleven cars burning in the rural area. A local official said the crude oil had originated in North Dakota, home of the booming Bakken shale patch.

  • No injuries have been reported, but 20 of the train's cars derailed and 11 were still on fire, the train owner, Genesee& Wyoming, said in a statement. If so, it may have been carrying the same type of light crude oil that was on a Canadian train that derailed in the Quebec town of Lac-Megantic this summer, killing 47 people.

  • No injuries have been reported, but 20 of the train's cars derailed and 11 were still on fire, the train owner, Genesee& Wyoming, said in a statement on Friday. It was not immediately clear how old the derailed Genesee& Wyoming cars were.

  • NEW YORK, Nov 8- The derailed train carrying crude oil that exploded in western Alabama on Friday was owned by Genesee& Wyoming Inc, the company said in a statement. The train, which was traveling from Amory, Mississippi, to Walnut Hill, Florida, was 90 cars long, of which 20 derailed.

  • YOUR MONEY-U.S. airfares decline, or do they? Friday, 8 Nov 2013 | 7:00 AM ET

    Nov. 8- U.S. domestic airfares are falling, the U.S. Department of Transportation reported Thursday. "Fares are really just a starting point," says Christopher Elliott, a travel consumer advocate and author of the upcoming book "How to be the World's Smartest Traveler."

  • Christie wins big, tea party loses in Va. race Wednesday, 6 Nov 2013 | 7:53 AM ET
    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie speaks at his election night event after winning a second term at the Asbury Park Convention Hall on November 05, 2013 in Asbury Park, New Jersey.

    Chris Christie easily won re-election as New Jersey governor, while a tea party-backed Republican narrowly lost his bid for the Virginia governorship.

  • UPDATE 1-Bankrupt Alabama county gets $300 million more Thursday, 31 Oct 2013 | 6:09 PM ET

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Oct 31- Alabama's bankrupt Jefferson County on Thursday approved a reworked settlement plan for its landmark $4.2 billion municipal bankruptcy that increases already stiff losses for Wall Street creditors by $300 million.

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 31- A senior Republican on the Senate Banking Committee said on Thursday he would oppose efforts to block the nomination of Janet Yellen as Federal Reserve chairwoman with a filibuster unless some disturbing disclosure emerged.

  • Oct 31- JPMorgan Chase and other Wall Street creditors have agreed to $300 million in new debt concessions aimed at ending the second largest U.S. municipal bankruptcy by year's end.

  • Oct 30- Alabama's Jefferson County and Wall Street creditors have reached agreement on a revised plan to end the second-largest U.S. municipal bankruptcy, county officials said on Wednesday.

  • Oct 30- Alabama's Jefferson County and Wall Street creditors have reached agreement on a revised plan to end the second-largest U.S. municipal bankruptcy, county officials said on Wednesday.

  • NEW YORK, Oct 30- Boeing Co has decided to place a significant amount of design work for its coming 777 X jetliner in cities outside the Seattle area, where the current 777 was designed and is being built, according to an internal memo reviewed by Reuters and confirmed by Boeing on Wednesday.

  • Boeing to place major 777X design work outside Seattle Wednesday, 30 Oct 2013 | 12:51 PM ET

    NEW YORK, Oct 30- Boeing Co has decided to place significant design work for its forthcoming 777 X jetliner in cities outside the Seattle area, where the current 777 was designed and is being built, according to an internal memo reviewed by Reuters and confirmed by Boeing on Wednesday.

  • Oct 30- When Janet Yellen became president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in June 2004, a massive real estate bubble was building in the vast nine-state area that it oversees.

  • FRANKFURT, Oct 25- Germany's ThyssenKrupp could seek a partner to set up steel processing in Brazil if it fails to sell its steel mill in the Latin American country, the Wall Street Journal Deutschland reported, citing sources.

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