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Banks lead Europe shares higher, oil up before Yellen
LONDON European stocks rose on Wednesday, rallying after losses in Asia, as concerns about the health of banks that have hammered shares globally in recent days eased and oil prices recovered from Tuesday's steep falls.
Deutsche Bank Jumps as Lender Said to Consider Bond Buyback  Bloomberg
Under pressure Deutsche Bank's shares leap  USA TODAY
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FOREX-Dollar struggles as Yellen eyed for direction
... * Global economy worries quash Fed rate hike expectation. * Yellen not seen able to rescue dollar. * Yen near 15-month high, yen calls favoured the most since 2010.
Dollar languishes near three-and-a-half-month lows ahead of Yellen testimony  Business Insider
Dollar struggles as Yellen eyed for direction  StreetInsider.com
Viacom and Snapchat strike bigger ad and content deal
One type of ad on Snapchat is a sponsored geofilter, a digital sticker available to users to decorate their photos as long as they are within a certain geographic area as large as the world or as small as a corner store.
Viacom Chief Defends Leadership  Nasdaq
Viacom's Dauman comments pale compared to insults by other CEOs  Reuters
SoftBank Operating Profit Rises as Son Sees Sprint Revival
SoftBank Group Corp. increased third quarter operating income 7.3 percent on new Japanese wireless customers as billionaire Chairman Masayoshi Son sees signs of a turnaround at its beleaguered U.S.
UPDATE 1-SoftBank posts Q3 profit growth, sees signs of Sprint turnaround  Reuters
Japan Internet Company SoftBank's Profit Suffers Over Sprint  New York Times
Yellen's task: Soothe market's frayed nerves
It has been downhill for financial markets ever since the Federal Reserve moved in mid-December to raise interest rates off zero for the first time in nearly a decade.
How the Fed and Congress Could Boost Confidence  Wall Street Journal (blog)
U.S. 10-Year Sale's Lowest Yield Since 2012 May Diminish Demand  Bloomberg
Europe stocks gain, Asia down ahead of Yellen testimony
Want more news? Sign up for free newsletters to get more of the AJC delivered to your inbox. European stocks were higher Wednesday ahead of testimony from the Federal Reserve chief that could either ease market turmoil or add to it.
Futures higher ahead of Yellen testimony  USA TODAY
Oil rises toward $31 as Russia floats idea of supply cut
LONDON Oil rose toward $31 a barrel on Wednesday after four days of declines, supported by the prospect of OPEC and rival producers cooperating to tackle a supply glut that has sent prices to a 12-year low.
4 More Realistic Ways To Invest In Crude Oil... (Not Named USO)  Seeking Alpha
Oil Rises From Three-Week Low as U.S. Stockpile Gains Moderate  Bloomberg
An SEC settlement with a twist: This time Monsanto's executives pony up too
When Monsanto agreed to pay regulators $80 million Tuesday for accounting missteps, the giant agribusiness's chief executive also chipped in: He voluntarily agreed to return his bonus for the years the fraud occurred.
Monstanto to pay $80 million in settlement with SEC  The Denver Post
Monsanto Rounds Up $80 Million in Accounting Violations  Accounting Today
How the Dow Jones industrial average fared on Tuesday
Stocks closed slightly lower on Tuesday after another bumpy day. Major indexes wavered between gains and losses for most of the day Tuesday, then ended barely in the red.
Close Update: Roller-Coaster Ride Ends with Stocks in the Red for Third ...  WallStreet.org
Stocks finish slightly lower; gas may drop below $1 a gallon; Twitter ...  cleveland.com
Opera accepts $1.2B offer from Chinese firms hungry for its booming mobile ad ...
The deal is a testament to the patience and persistence of a firm best known around the world for is mobile Internet browser. While the Opera Mini browser is a respectable number four by market share, it's the company's accelerating mobile advertising ...
Chinese group bids $1.2 billion for company behind No. 6 web browser  New York Times
A Chinese Consortium Plans to Buy Opera—for $1.2 Billion  Gizmodo