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Chris Wallace of Fox News interviews U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner at the Newseum in Washington, October 1, 2009.
In this photo released by the IMF, G-7 Finance Ministers and their Bank Governors pose for a group photograph at the Istanbul Congress Center in Istanbul, Turkey, Saturday, Oct.
Most of Silicon Valley's biggest tech stocks by market value were lower today, and the Dow and Nasdaq fell after a disappointing report on the nation's unemployment rate.
The parent company of Summit Community Bank says it has agreed to closer government scrutiny and been ordered to suspend dividends.
Real estate markets on the mend U.S. sales and spending numbers show housing rebounding as Scotiabank report cites tentative but growing signs of stability in many countries Globe and Mail Update and The Associated Press Last updated on Thursday, Oct.
The Federal Reserve is developing some new tools for reeling in the extraordinary support it's provided to the economy, Fed Vice Chairman Donald Kohn said Wednesday.
To prevent inflation from taking off, the Federal Reserve will need to start boosting interest rates quickly and aggressively once the economy is back on firmer footing, a Fed official warned Tuesday.
Fertilizer maker CF Industries Holdings Inc said on Monday it has acquired a 7% stake in Terra Industries Inc in its latest move to buy the company.
U.S. Bancorp became the latest large bank to announce changes to its overdraft fees Thursday, saying it would set new limits on the fees and allow customers to "opt out" of a program that charges them up to $37.50 when they overdraw their accounts.
Minneapolis-based U.S. Bancorp plans to expand its North Carolina presence, adding to the financial firms moving in after layoffs by Bank of America Corp.
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