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Asian shares rise, Fed view pressures dollar

ECB searches for ways to boost sagging eurozone

Stock market has best day in nearly 3 weeks

ECB weighs rate cut as eurozone economy struggles

Japan PM's biggest test on economy still to come

Slow start expected for stocks on Monday

Where to beat the market: small-cap foreign funds

Amazon shares hit record high after 4Q report

Fed's Yellen hints at longer period for low rates

Oil rises ahead of the release of US indicators

Analysis - Dollar's weak trajectory seen holding for now

Indonesia raises interest rate to 7 percent

Here's what to watch for Wednesday from the Fed

Is it time to buy Japanese stock mutual funds?

Lawmakers likely to press Bernanke on Fed stimulus

Asia stocks mixed as jobs data reinforce Fed shift

ECB 's Draghi holds door open for lower rates

Deal lifts markets but does little for US economy

Falling inflation another headache for ECB

European shares soar on US debt deal hopes

US Federal Reserve nominee faces Senate hearing

Banks prepare for earnings mortgages cast a pall

Bernanke warns Congress to avoid 'fiscal cliff'

US stocks rise slightly after weak jobs report

All eyes on Draghi's bond rescue plan for Europe

'Safe' investments like gold were hit hard in 2013

Stocks slide on weak earnings Fed cuts stimulus

Despite market unrest, Fed likely to pare stimulus

Shares fall, dollar up before US jobs data

U.S. jobless claims up, but trend favours strong labour market

Fed cuts monthly bond purchases and sounds upbeat

Stocks gain on US growth prospects

Carbon plan still leaves US short of UN pledge

Average US 30-year mortgage rate down to 4.12 pct.

Wall St edges higher on fall in jobless claims

Ex-Rabobank trader second to plead guilty to Libor rigging

Gloomy French data hits European stocks, Iraq keeps oil high

Sisi keeps Egyptian premier to fix economy after turmoil

Eurozone rates unchanged despite deflation fear

Russian central bank to keep policy tight until fourth quarter, rouble...

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