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  • Stocks Advance Amid Jobs-Report Relief Friday, 5 Mar 2010 | 10:47 AM ET

    Stocks rallied Friday amid relief that the job loss in February wasn't as bad as expected. Commodity and industrial stocks were among the biggest gainers. Large-cap techs were also strong.

  • Futures Gain After Solid Jobs Report Friday, 5 Mar 2010 | 8:51 AM ET

    U.S. stock index futures inched higher ahead of a crucial report on nonfarm payrolls Friday, while stocks abroad also climbed.

  • What, Besides Islands, Can Greece Sell? Friday, 5 Mar 2010 | 8:39 AM ET
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    If islands are not a real cash option and - often deplored by Greek politicians - many of the valuable antiquities have long been pilfered (by fellow Europeans), what DOES Greece still have to sell?

  • Why Europe Will Bail out Greece - Eventually Friday, 5 Mar 2010 | 5:42 AM ET
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    The amount of bickering around the Greek crisis shows that Europe is clearly not ready for a United States of Europe - not yet and maybe not ever.

  • Stocks End Higher; Disney Leads Dow Thursday, 4 Mar 2010 | 5:52 PM ET

    Stocks eked out a modest gain Thursday after some encouraging economic news ahead of tomorrow's jobs report. Consumer stocks were the day's top performers after upgrades on Disney and Coke and better-than-expected retail-sales reports.

  • Stocks Rebound; Disney, Coke Lead Dow Thursday, 4 Mar 2010 | 12:16 PM ET

    Stocks pulled back Thursday after a report showed an unexpected drop in pending-home sales. Stocks had opened higher Thursday after a report showed jobless claims fell last week and retail sales came in better than expected.

  • Stocks Falter After Pending-Home Sales Thursday, 4 Mar 2010 | 11:19 AM ET

    Stocks pulled back Thursday after a report showed an unexpected drop in pending-home sales. Stocks had opened higher Thursday after a report showed jobless claims fell last week and retail sales came in better than expected.

  • Farrell: Maybe Carville Was Right Thursday, 4 Mar 2010 | 8:57 AM ET
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    I think it was James Carville ("It's the economy, stupid!") who said he wanted to come back as the bond market since he could then rule over everyone.

  • Futures Still in Neutral; Jobs, Retail in Focus Thursday, 4 Mar 2010 | 6:25 AM ET

    Wall Street is in an unusually extended "wait-and-see" mode, as evidenced by the recent lack of movement in the major averages and little change Thursday in stock index futures.

  • Pound's Tumble Nearly Done but Politics Loom Tuesday, 2 Mar 2010 | 8:53 AM ET
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    The pound's fall is nearly over but foreign exchange markets are still going to watch developments, since parity with the euro can not be ruled out as the country gets closer to a crucial spring election, analysts and traders told CNBC.com Tuesday.

  • PIIGS of Europe Monday, 1 Mar 2010 | 3:46 PM ET
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    Greece's mounting fiscal problems remain in focus, with investors today eyeing a possible bailout plan led by Germany and France. Closing Bell kicks shines the spotlight on the PIIGS (Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece & Spain) of Europe and discusses where the biggest risks are.

  • Fink on Greece's Debt Crisis Friday, 26 Feb 2010 | 10:54 AM ET
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    Sentence/ParagraphRenewed concerns over Greece's budget situation dampening the mood on Wall Street today, but the Dow did manage to erase most of the losses in the final hour of trading. One of Wall Street's most respected minds, Larry Fink, Chairman & CEO of BlackRock joined Maria Bartiromo on Closing Bell after the market's close to share his thoughts on the economic environment.

  • Banks Bet Greece Defaults on Debt They Helped Hide Thursday, 25 Feb 2010 | 8:48 AM ET
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    Bets by some of the same banks that helped Greece shroud its mounting debts may actually now be pushing the nation closer to the brink of financial ruin, the New York Times reported.

  • Greek Bond Will Succeed, but Problems May Deepen Wednesday, 24 Feb 2010 | 9:35 AM ET

    The Greek government's second bond auction of the year will be one of the key drivers of global markets over the coming days. While no date is yet set, Athens must raise significant funds via bond sales or face the prospect of default.

  • Farrell: Is There Inflation Or Not? Tuesday, 23 Feb 2010 | 10:45 AM ET

    I don't know. I spent the last two weeks from afar and saw conflicting signals.

  • If you remember the 1970's in New York City you wish you could go back to the '60's. The City was dirty, seemingly lawless with the "squeegee guys" attacking your car if you stopped at a light, and had a general feeling on being unsafe.

  • Greek Swaps 'Dug Up' Because of US Regulatory Battle? Thursday, 18 Feb 2010 | 8:22 AM ET
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    Greece's debt swaps came to light because of the battle between big banks and regulators in the US, Gikas A. Hardouvelis, professor of finance at the University of Piraeus and chief economist at Eurobank EFG Group, told CNBC Thursday.

  • China Will Keep Trimming Treasurys: Jim Rogers Thursday, 18 Feb 2010 | 1:41 AM ET
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    China's move to unload US debt is likely to continue in the long term while the "euro scare" may last a while, legendary investor Jim Rogers told CNBC.com Wednesday.

  • Greek Ex-Minister: Other Euro Countries Did Swaps Too Wednesday, 17 Feb 2010 | 12:02 PM ET
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    Greece's 2001 deal to swap some of its debt using currency derivatives was in line with what other euro-zone countries were doing, Yiannos Papantoniou, the country's finance and economy minister when the deal was made, told CNBC.com Wednesday.

  • Goldman's Debt Swaps Are 'Destabilizing': Economist Wednesday, 17 Feb 2010 | 1:04 AM ET
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    The EU should thoroughly investigate the case of the debt swaps involving Greece and Goldman Sachs, as these types of operations are destabilizing financial markets, economist Simon Johnson told CNBC.com.