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FOREX-Dollar climbs with Fed policy language under intense scrutiny
... * BOJ's easy stance keeps pressure on yen as bill yields turn negative. * WSJ reports Fed may not sound as hawkish as markets expect.
Economic souffl´┐Ż at risk of implosion  Financial Times
Stocks move higher as Fed meets  Boston Globe
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Stocks Climb in Europe, Asia as China Stimulus Spurs Yuan
European equity-index futures climbed as Asian stocks snapped their longest slump in 12 years and industrial metals rallied with Chinese bonds as the country's central bank boosted stimulus.
China's Stimulus Has Short Legs  Wall Street Journal
People's Bank of China injects $81bn into banking system  Financial Times
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U.S. poverty rate drops for first time since 2006
The U.S. poverty rate has decreased for the first time since 2006, according to U.S. Census figures released Tuesday. Children's poverty also declined, while median household income barely changed between 2012 and 2013.
National poverty rate continues slow fall  Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Poverty rate posts 1st notable drop since '06; Latinos show big strides  Los Angeles Times
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Social Security resumes mailing benefit statements
WASHINGTON >> The Social Security Administration has resumed mailing statements to workers letting them know the estimated benefits they will get when they retire, the agency announced Tuesday.
Delaying Social Security might make financial sense  Daily American Online
'Protecting' Social Security leaves much unsaid  DesMoinesRegister.com
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Alibaba IPO seen sucking money out of Hong Kong stocks
Chinese investors are very keen on the Alibaba IPO, and the Hong Kong stock market seems to be suffering as a result. Reuters. Alibaba founder Jack Ma.
U.S. $1.4 Trillion Money Machine Set to Process Alibaba  Bloomberg
'Baba' effect: Supply of stock set to swell as Alibaba IPO nears  USA TODAY
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Federal regulators accuse Corinthian Colleges of predatory lending scheme ...
WASHINGTON -- Federal regulators on Tuesday sued Corinthian Colleges, accusing the embattled for-profit education company of setting up a predatory student loan scheme and then illegally harassing borrowers in an attempt to collect that debt.
Cordray sues Corinthian Colleges, alleges 'predatory' student loans  Columbus Dispatch
Corinthian Colleges lured students with lies, lawsuit says  MiamiHerald.com
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Fed Decision Day Guide: Considerable Debate on Forward Guidance
Here's what to look for when the Federal Open Market Committee releases its policy statement and new economic projections at 2 p.m.
US stocks rally ahead of FOMC statement  Business Standard
Gold Braces For FOMC Meeting, Crude Rebounds Ahead Of Inventories Data  DailyFX
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Sony warns of annual net loss of $2.14bn
Sony, the ailing Japanese consumer electronics company that has been in almost constant restructuring in recent years, on Wednesday warned that its expected annual net loss will be nearly five times as big as initially predicted at Y230bn ($2.14bn).
Japan's Sony widens its full year loss forecast by $1.7bn  BBC News
Sony's Hirai Runs Low on Options as Smartphone Business Falters  Bloomberg
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India ranks 6 in number of billionaires, home to 100
Interestingly, India has more number of billionaires than Switzerland, Hong Kong and France among others. Moreover, the country's financial capital Mumbai, with 28 billionaires is among the top 20 'billionaire cities' globally, which was topped by New York ...
India Home to 100 Billionaires; 6th Largest Population Globally  NDTV
Asia leads ranks of new billionaires  Financial Times
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In casino battle, one big winner and a long list of losers
Share via e-mail. To. Add a message. Your e-mail. Print. Comments. Like any good high stakes poker tournament, the Boston casino licensing produced one big winner and a long list of losers.
Wynn Resorts wins Boston-area casino license  TheDay.com
Gaming Commission vote crushes North Shore casino hopes  The Salem News
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