Wall Street sees first 4-day fall of 2013
March 5 -- Jerry Solomon discusses what BNP is doing to help make tennis be apart of Madison Square Garden again.
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U.S. stocks edged higher, snapping a two-session losing streak, as investors focused on Europe’s stimulus measures and looked ahead to the U.S. jobs report. Photo: Getty
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March 5 -- Frontier markets are the wild west of the investing world. They can bedangerous, corrupt and often poverty-stricken but they can also be hugely lucrative. Bloomberg’s Gavin Serkin travelled with some of the world’s best-performing fund managers to find out which markets are worth the trouble. He reveals his findings in his book "Frontier: Exploring the Top Ten Emerging Markets of Tomorrow." (Source: Bloomberg)
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New software can track browsing activity on work computers. Small business expert Susan Solovic discusses the pitfalls for workers and employers. Photo: iStock/mediaphotos
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The Fed's stress tests will determine if banks have enough capital in case of a crisis. WSJ's Ryan Tracy joins the News Hub to discuss what to watch for in the first round of tests. Photo: Getty
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Investors eye CostCo, AbbVie and Joy Global stock on Thursday. MoneyBeat's Kristen Scholer tells why on the News Hub. Photo: Getty
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Weekly jobless claims come in higher than expected, as Wall Street eyes key jobs data released this week. MoneyBeat's Kristen Scholer joins the News Hub with the markets report. Photo: Getty
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March 5 -- U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert needed 80 stitches to his face after being slashed by a North Korea sympathizer demanding an end to joint U.S.-South Korea military drills. Former Harvard Kennedy School of Government Dean Joseph Nye speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
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March 4 -- Bloomberg's Tim Higgins discusses the production of Apple's 12.9 inch iPad being pushed back to September. He speaks with Cory Johnson on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
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March 4 -- Bloomberg's Leslie Picker discusses Etsy filing for IPO, seeking a listing on the NASDAQ. She speaks with Cory Johnson on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
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March 4 -- Brewers Association Craft Beer program director, Julie Herz discusses craft brews trying to compete with big beer businesses. She speaks with Trish Regan on "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)
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U.S. stocks fell Wednesday for the second session in a row, sending the Dow industrials and S 500 to their lowest levels since mid-February. Exxon Mobil announced plans to cut capital spending by 12% this year to $34 billion.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - WED MAR 04, 3:07PM CST
Target plans to lay off several thousand employees as Chief Executive Brian Cornell looks to get the retailer back on track and shoppers back in its stores. WSJ's Paul Ziobro explains on MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty
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WSJ's Greg Ip joins MoneyBeat and explains why he prefers the last time the Nasdaq crossed 5000 15 years ago. Photo: Getty
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Investors eye Abercrombie & Fitch, Bob Evans Farms and Honeywell stock on Wednesday morning. WSJ's Polya Lesova joins the News Hub to discuss. Photo: Getty
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ADP data showed private payrolls increased by 212,000 jobs in February. WSJ's Polya Lesova joins Simon Constable on the News Hub to discuss. Photo: Getty
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March 3 -- The U.S. Virgin Islands are a picture of paradise. Sandy beaches, warm temperatures and a relaxed island vibe, and a 26% increase in revenues. But, like its island neighbor Puerto Rico - The U.S. Virgins islands has a debt problem. A $2.4 billion debt problem. U.S. Virgin Islands government officials appeared before the Senate Finance Committee last month to report on the island's fiances, mainly its $133 Million budget shortfall. Governor Kennerh Mapp joined Pimm to discuss the financial state of the island and how the newly elected governor will fix its debt problem. (Source: Bloomberg)
BLOOMBERG - TUE MAR 03, 7:46PM CST
U.S. stocks retreated Tuesday, a day after the Nasdaq Composite rose above 5000 for the first time in nearly 15 years. Best Buy electronics retailer posted a better-than-expected profit in its latest quarter. Photo: Getty
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - TUE MAR 03, 3:14PM CST
Greece faces a cash crunch in the coming weeks with little hope of financial help soon from the rest of the eurozone, threatening a serious blow to the country’s fragile economy. WSJ's Matthew Dalton explains on MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty
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WSJ Heard on the Street's Dan Gallagher joins MoneyBeat and explains that the new threat to the Nasdaq, which crossed 5000 on Monday, is young companies. Photo: Getty
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - TUE MAR 03, 9:42AM CST
Forget sports rivalries, we're taking a look at the 10 richest U.S. cities. Each city's wealth was calculated by the percentage of residents earning more than $150,000 in cities with more than 500,000 residents. Is your city on the list?
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - TUE MAR 03, 9:05AM CST
Best Buy, AutoZone, and SPDR's Utility ETF. Barron's Chris Dieterich discusses hot stocks to watch today. Photo: Getty Images
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March 3 -- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV said February sales rose 5.6 percent, less than analysts had estimated, as cold winter weather slowed showroom traffic. Scarlet Fu reports on “In The Loop.”
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Wells Fargo Advantage Funds portfolio manager Lyle Fitterer says New Jersey's general obligation bonds are a good investment despite the recent downgrade.
China's crackdown on iron ore import loans may cause volatility in the metal's prices because there is no hedge market in place for iron ore, says Jonathan Barratt of Ayers Alliance.
Gene Needles, CEO of American Beacon Advisors, says frontier markets are where emerging markets were decades ago
David Gaud of Edmond de Rothschild discusses the latest HSBC China flash manufacturing PMI, and the impact of the RMB's depreciation on China's economy.
Gene Needles, CEO of American Beacon Advisors, says debt investors can get better yields than in high-yield bonds
A strong rupee gives India's central bank flexibility in terms of interest rates policy, says Sunil Garg of JPMorgan.
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