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Currencies: Dollar pulls back as Bernanke prepares to talk QE
The U.S. dollar slips Wednesday as investors wait to hear U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke?s view of the U.S. economy and what that may mean for the central bank?s program to stimulate growth.
Economic Report: Bank of Japan ups economic outlook
The Bank of Japan raises its economic assessment at the end of its two-day meeting, while holding its policy unchanged.
Asia Markets: Japan stocks hold gains after central-bank meet
Japanese stocks stay on course for a fresh multiyear high after the country?s central bank raises its economic outlook. Most other regional markets rise ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Benrnake?s testimony.
Paul B. Farrell: Bernanke out by August, QE ends, rates up: Crash
Here?s why you better start preparing today for a stock-market crash dead ahead: The easy money is going to dry up soon.
Caixin Online: China Premier?s India trip is about new strategies
Ties between the Asian giants are improving, and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang?s India visit is about continuing a successful approach, Caixin Online reports.
Personal Finance Daily: Why IRS scandal is good for tax cheats
The last time the IRS was under this much scrutiny, audits fell by 50%. Find that story and more, in today?s Personal Finance Daily.
Energy Stocks: Energy stocks end lower after Monday rally
Energy stocks end lower Tuesday, losing steam a day after a rally.
After Hours: Saks shares jump on report of possible sale
Shares of Saks Fifth Avenue?s parent company leap more than 18% following a report the retailer hired Goldman Sachs to explore strategic possibilities including a sale.
NewsWatch: U.S. stocks rise after Fed officials? QE signal
U.S. stocks rise after comments from two Federal Reserve officials suggest that the central bank is not close to scaling back its bond-buying program.
Movers & Shakers: Tuesday?s movers: Apple falls after Cook testimony
After a day of choppy trading, Apple closes down on Tuesday following Chief Executive Tim Cook?s testimony to defend the iPhone maker?s tax practices.