Dimon under siege
The United States and the European Union have started a fourth round of negotiations towards the world's biggest free-trade deal. Ciara Sutton looks at their chances of sealing a deal any time soon.
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Growth will continue in 2015 but exports need help - Wood
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Three years after a meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant, the crisis is still unfolding. In the United States, the disaster served as a warning to the nuclear industry.
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March 10 (Bloomberg) -- Sbarro, a chain of 800 pizza restaurants in the U.S., filed for bankruptcy protection for second time in three years as customer traffic slowed in the shopping mall food courts where it does much of its business. Julie Hyman reports on Bloomberg Television's “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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March 10 (Bloomberg) -- Bitcoin enthusiasts donated about $28,000 to Dorian S. Nakamoto, a 64-year-old physicist who denied a report last week by Newsweek magazine that identified him as the digital currency’s creator. Betty Liu reports on “Movers & Shakers” on Bloomberg Television's “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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March 10 (Bloomberg) -- Betty Liu reports on today’s top tech news headlines on Bloomberg Television's “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)
BLOOMBERG - MON MAR 10, 8:29AM CDT
Feb. jobs report shows U.S. has returned to moderate growth
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Victor Reklaitis takes a look at which stocks traders will be watching during market action, including Malaysia Airlines, Urban Outfitters, and Chiquita Brands. Photo: Getty Images.
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Victor Reklaitis takes a look at today's market action, including three stocks to watch today. Photo: Getty Images.
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Traders very cynical indeed over a banking union - Ingram
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Malaysia's civil aviation chief says the fate of a missing Malaysia Airlines jet remains "a mystery" but hijacking has not been ruled out. Sarah Toms reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON MAR 10, 5:35AM CDT
The 2014 World Cup hasn't even started yet but the hosts of the 2022 event aren't wasting any time. As Hayley Platt reports Qatar is investing $140 billion over the next five years on new hotels, airports and transport infrastructure.
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The world awaits clues about the fate of Malaysia Airlines' missing flight, while investors will focus on a Bank of Japan meeting amid worries the country's revival is running out of steam. Tara Joseph reports.
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Chaori Solar has made history by becoming the first Chinese company to miss an onshore bond payment. But the real reform test will be whether the government allows even bigger, more systemic defaults. Jon Gordon reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON MAR 10, 12:07AM CDT
The yen typically strengthens in times of crisis, but with Japan's finances looking more strained and authorities bent on yen weakness, have the usual patterns broken down? Yonggi Kang reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - SUN MAR 09, 11:17PM CDT
Tencent's purchase of a stake in online retailer JD.com is less about the financials than a shared desire to challenge Alibaba's choke-hold on China e-commerce, says Breakingviews' Peter Thal Larsen.
REUTERS BUSINESS - SUN MAR 09, 10:58PM CDT
If you perfectly timed the market, and got in at the very bottom five years ago, how much would at 10K investment be worth now? WSJ's Jason Bellini reports.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - FRI MAR 07, 6:06PM CST
Summary: Dow, S 500 creep up as stronger-than-expected jobs data not enough to push Wall Street far beyond recent record, Ukraine still eyed; Visa, MasterCard join forces to battle electronic payment threats. Conway G. Gittens reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI MAR 07, 4:16PM CST
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan threatens a ban on YouTube and Facebook to stop political foes posting what he says are "fabricated" audio recordings, but the President says a closure is out of the question. Jillian Kitchener reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI MAR 07, 3:29PM CST
Bitcoin is big news this week, but if you don't own the currency why should you care? From coding to crime, governments, banks and the end of money, the Wall Street Journal's Simon Constable explains.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - FRI MAR 07, 3:18PM CST
Bad weather forced many workers to stay home in February, but the economy added more jobs than expected, especially in the services sector. Fred Katayama reports.
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Lord John Browne, former CEO of BP and author of "Seven Elements That Changed the World," discusses fracking's potential and why there will always be risks associated with energy exploration.
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Former BP CEO Lord John Browne tells WSJ's Simon Constable that China would benefit from moving away from its dependence on coal. Photo: Getty Images.
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Rahul Chadha of Mirae Asset Global Investments likes Indian's priviate sector banks, pharmaceutical and the IT sector.
Hedge fund manager David Tawil of Maglan Capital says he's eyeing stadium debt for bargain prices and offers his criteria for when to buy distressed debt.
Important to get exposure to the different geographies around the country when picking small caps- ELLISON
Mitul Kotecha of Credit Agricole gives his end-2014 target for the yuan, and explains how the currency's movements have an effect on other emerging markets currencies.
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