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    Considering the Dow and S&P are down in 2009, will the market bounce after the inauguration?

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    HSBC sought to quash speculation that it needs government funds to shore up its balance sheet Monday, as fresh measures were announced by the UK to promote lending to British consumers.

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    The selloff in Bank of America and Citigroup may just be the beginning. Analysts now are predicting that the same problems hitting those two big banks will soon spread to the entire industry.

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    The selloff in Bank of America and Citigroup may just be the beginning. Analysts now are predicting that the same problems hitting those two big banks will soon spread to the entire industry.

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    Troubles at some of biggest US banks is merely setting the tone for what is likely to be another disastrous year for the industry.

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    The S&P 500, Nasdaq and Dow all tumbled on Wednesday due to worries about steeper losses at banks worldwide and as U.S. retail sales data pointed to a deepening recession.

  • Stocks fell sharply as the decline in retail sales was double of what was expected and earnings worries escalated. The Dow and S&P logged their worst starts to the year ever.

  • Stocks fell sharply as the decline in retail sales was double of what was expected and earnings worries escalated.

  • Stocks fell sharply as the decline in retail sales was double of what was expected and earnings worries escalated.

  • Futures are lower, after retail sales came in lower than expected, and after weakness in Europe due to poor earnings news from Deutsche Bank. The German bank expects a loss of about $6.4 billion. Trading down 10 percent pre-open.

  • Futures were lower after the drop in retail sales came in about double what was expected and as earnings worries escalated.

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    The Dow fell for the fifth straight day on Tuesday as investors fretted over what many expect will be a gloomy earnings season.

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    From a billionaire in Germany to a broker in Connecticut to fund manager in Korea, the global markets crash has been linked to a growing number of suicides.

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    If you think things look bad for Citi, you’d better take a closer look at HSBC.

  • Following are the week’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Celgene and Goldman Sachs popped while Apple and Chevron dropped.

  • Standard & Poor's lowered the credit ratings and outlooks for 12 major U.S. and European banks Friday, including Goldman Sachs and Bank of America, citing increasing industry risk and a deepening economic slowdown.

  • On Friday, the auto bailout was announced: General Motors and Chrysler will get up to $17.4 billion in short-term loans from the U.S. in return for deep concessions. Treasury boss Hank Paulson reversed himself, asking for the second half of the TARP fund. Who gets bailed out next — and where does it end? Strategists told CNBC the bailout is going to make things worse; but one airline CEO sees a healthy Darwinian process.

  • Option expiration days are usually volatile days for the stock market, and this week, there has been some unusual activity in HSBC, JPMorgan Chase and Apple.

  • Only the most sophisticated investors banked with Bernie. But they seemed to forget the most basic of rules.

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    Consumers will be shielded from increases in interest rates on existing account balances on their credit cards under new rules being adopted by federal regulators.