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Economic data, Facebook buzz and Wal-Mart earnings could help U.S. markets buck recent weakness even as Greece worries mount.

Concern over the future of the eurozone and worries over Spanish banks pushed borrowing costs higher in a €2.5bn bond auction
Stocks have been sailing swiftly this year, but many investors missed the boat by clinging to defensive positions set in the depths of the downturn. Rather than regret lost opportunity, make sure your portfolio is ready for 2010.

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Investors spooked by stocks and most bonds have found relief in money-market mutual funds -- but that comfort may be deceiving.

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A fresh peak on Wall Street takes a variety of assets towards their best levels for 2009 as continued dollar weakness stimulates risk appetite
The price of gold hits a new all-time high as the precious metal becomes more attractive compared with the dollar.
Prohibiting big commercial banks from owning investment-banking institutions would be unlikely to limit the “too big to fail” problem with big banks, a key Federal Reserve regulator says.

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Yield-hungry investors lapped up risk assets, pushing global equity markets and commodity prices higher while denting demand for havens such as the greenback
South Korean banking shares are likely to take a break from their strong bounce-back rally off their March bottom, as the recent improvement in credit growth and margins may not be sustained in a rising interest-rate environment.

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The dollar came under renewed pressure after a series of policy decisions from the world's leading central banks boosted investor confidence over global economic prospects
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