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Assessments of their profitability differ as Senate committee weighs shutting down mortgage giants.
By Dina ElBoghdady
Washington Post,  Apr. 19, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Four simple reforms would help return the finance sector to its true purpose - providing financing for the real economy to produce the goods and services that consumers and businesses demand. One hindrance - the finance industry today owns the politicians.
By Hossein Askari
Asia Times,  Apr. 19, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
The bug that rattled the Internet last week exposed the paradox that some of the web’s most crucial coding depends on the efforts of volunteers.
By NICOLE PERLROTH
The New York Times,  Apr. 19, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Without foreign financial assistance and economic support, Ukraine’s downward spiral could accelerate, yet there seems to be little recognition of this link.
By Jim O'Neill
The Telegraph,  Apr. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Nickel prices are soaring amid growing concern about the availability of supply from Indonesia and Russia, the top two producers of the metal.
By Ira Iosebashvili
The Wall Street Journal,  Apr. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
In former Soviet republics, the alliance has long had a light presence. But concerns have been growing that they could be Putin's next targets.
By Griff Witte
Washington Post,  Apr. 19, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Barrick Gold and Newmont Mining were in advanced talks this week over a deal that would have combined the world's two largest gold producers, but the talks broke down.
By Gillian Tan
The Wall Street Journal,  Apr. 19, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Paul J. Taubman has single-handedly accounted for $175 billion in deals over the last year, which has had Wall Street bankers buzzing with a mix of admiration and envy.
By JAMES B. STEWART
The New York Times,  Apr. 19, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
The noise from high places, including the US Federal Reserve and the IMF's Christine Lagarde, is warning of the imminence of deflation and the dire consequences that would ensue from even a mild decline in prices. I frankly don't believe a word of it.
By Martin Hutchinson
Asia Times,  Apr. 19, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
First-quarter corporate earnings are getting clipped after Congress allowed a key tax credit to expire at year-end. Google is among the latest to cite the expired research-and-development tax credit for affecting its financial results.
By Rolfe Winkler
The Wall Street Journal,  Apr. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Capital expenditure has been insufficient to prevent interest rates from trending down for more than three decades
By Barry Eichengreenc
The Guardian,  Apr. 19, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
An enormous, intergenerational transfer of wealth is imminent. What sort of country will it leave in its wake?
By ANNIE LOWREY
The New York Times,  Apr. 19, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
The exercises in Poland and Estonia are part of a broader effort to strengthen NATO’s air, sea and land presence in the region in response to Russia’s military actions in and near Ukraine.
By MICHAEL R. GORDON
The New York Times,  Apr. 19, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
a sane, non-Hobbesian environment, a neutral Ukraine would only gain by positioning itself as a privileged crossroads between the European Union and the proposed Eurasian Union, as well as a key node of the Chinese New Silk Road - not to mention of vital link in a common market from Lisbon to Vladivostok. Instead, the present disaster is a big spanner in the works - a spanner that suits only one player: the US government.
By Pepe Escobar
Asia Times,  Apr. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Weekend Investor: Investors can get burned when the air rushes out of a hot market. Here's how to tell when prices are getting dangerously inflated, and a few places where that may be happening now.
By Joe Light
The Wall Street Journal,  Apr. 19, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
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