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Euro off lows but capped by wariness over Greek vote
TOKYO (Reuters) - The euro inched away from more than two-year lows but remained on tenterhooks as investors awaited a key vote in Greece later in the session, while the dollar treaded water in its final week of a strong 2014.
Euro near two-Year low before Greek presidential ballot  Kathimerini
Asian shares climb on Wall Street gains  Hindu Business Line
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Asian stocks up as oil price rebounds
BEIJING (AP) - Asian stocks were mostly higher Monday after a report China will change banking rules in an apparent effort to boost lending and economic growth as oil prices rebounded.
China leads Asia rally  IG
Asian markets gain; Hang Seng, Shanghai Composite rise 2%  Moneycontrol.com
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Oil Price Hike Builds Worries Due to Libyan Supply
After dropping for the previous two sessions, oil prices hiked on Monday amid worries about supply from Libya, Reuters reported. Like Us on Facebook.
Oil Rebounds as Libyan Conflict Offers Relief From Glut  Businessweek
S. Korea's gasoline prices dip to lowest since 2009  GlobalPost
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AirAsia's Brash CEO Now Searches for Right Words
Tony Fernandes is more than just the CEO of AirAsia: He's the brash personality and cheerleader-like figure who gives the discount carrier its soul.
Flamboyant AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes confronts first major crisis  Economic Times
Widely-hailed AirAsia boss facing first major crisis  Sin Chew Jit Poh
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Abenomics Finally Gets Working for Average Japanese
Japan's $29 billion fiscal stimulus includes spending vouchers and coupons for consumers, welfare checks for low-income families with small children and heating-oil subsidies.
The 94% Plunge That Shows Abenomics Losing Global Investors  Bloomberg
Yen Swaps Spur Biggest Global Demand for Japan Bonds Since 2007  Businessweek
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Japan marks 25 years since Nikkei Average's peak
LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) - Japan's benchmark Nikkei Average opened Monday trade with a 0.5% gain, but by the middle of the afternoon session it was down by as much as 1.5% before trimming some of those losses.
Japan's Nikkei reverses, drops over 1% on suspected Ebola case  THE BUSINESS TIMES
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U.S. Bond Sentiment Worst Since Disastrous '09 as Fed Shifts
Get ready for a disastrous year for U.S. government bonds. That's the message forecasters on Wall Street are sending. With Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen poised to raise interest rates in 2015 for the first time in almost a decade, prognosticators are ...
Interest Rates In 2015  Seeking Alpha
Treasuries poised for biggest gains since 2011  New Straits Times Online
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Farmers fear even greater labor shortage under new Obama policy
Sept. 24, 2013: In this file photo taken near Fresno, Calif., farmworkers pick paper trays of dried raisins off the ground and heap them onto a trailer in the final step of raisin harvest.
Obama's executive ruling on immigration could cause labor shortages for ...  State Column
California Growers Fear Pres. Obama's Executive Action On Immigration ...  CBS Local
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HOV lanes switch to Express lanes on I-95 in Va.
SPRINGFIELD, Va. (AP) - A $940 million project that could significantly change the commute for traffic-weary northern Virginians is taking effect.
Virginia toll lanes offer drivers convenience, but raise privacy concerns  Washington Times
How Va. State Police will catch I-95 express toll violators  WTOP
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From the 1930s to present: New Year's Eve in New York's Times Square
Every year hundreds of thousands of revelers descend upon the gleaming intersection of Seventh Avenue and Broadway in New York City to celebrate the turn of the new year.
Watch New Year's Eve Ball Drop Online Free: 2015 Times Square Ball Drop ...  The Inquisitr
York gears up for New Year's Eve  FOX43.com
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