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TSX advances as Valeant climbs, offsets weaker oil shares

TSX edges higher as TD, CIBC shares overcome energy decline

Buffett declines to clarify plan to eventually replace him

Japan gyrations underline economy's vulnerability

Falling yen to make Japan's goods more affordable

Drilling is new focus for clean energy investors

PROMISES, PROMISES: When Obama's promises conflict

Budget battle: 3 plans on the table, what now?

US markets edge higher ahead of profit reports

Wholesale prices drop 0.6 percent in March

US wholesale inflation still mild despite increase

Aust final PPI rose 0.2% in Dec qtr

Raymond James upgrades Peabody as bargain stock

US consumer prices unchanged in December

Base metals mainly fall

Brazil's main stock exchange undergoes first change since 1968

Stocks rise as Syria conflict looks less likely

Australian stocks unshaken by US government stalemate

Analysis: Nigeria's property boom: only for the brave

Is it time to buy Japanese stock mutual funds?

US economic data may spur NZ dollar demand

Power plant's waste to become fuel

NZ shares gain with ASX rebound

Share market closes down on concern over US economic stimulus' future

European stocks rise on earnings, ahead of Fed decision

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Australian stocks defy positive leads as US debt impasse weighs

Pakistan wants Iran to finance gas pipeline

Fiscal-cliff deal no recipe for a robust economy

Fiscal-cliff deal no recipe for a robust economy

Greece to announce bond buyback results Wednesday

Changes tough, but Social Security fixable

Iron ore, coal still going strong: study

Local shares lose momentum at end of trading week

Overseas worries hamper US stock markets

Asian shares slip after Wall Street retreat

Asian shares mixed after upbeat US trade data

ASX 200 falls in early trade, with banks down and energy stocks up

'Taper' again on table at Fed's final 2013 meeting

Russia retaliates on West's sanctions over Ukraine

Hambro’s Russian Gold Dream Runs Into Debt Mountain: Commodities