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The following articles are available to current subscribers only
  Stocks Rally Across Globe
Japan’s stimulus plans rippled across global markets, pushing the Dow Jones Industrial Average to a record, sending the dollar near a seven-year high against the Japanese yen and pulling U.S. government bond prices lower.
Fri, 31 Oct 2014 21:41:48 EDT
  Japan Takes Massive Stimulus Actions
Japan’s central bank and its main government pension fund said they would pump trillions more yen into the country’s sputtering economy, taking a risky new stimulus tack that jolted global markets.
Fri, 31 Oct 2014 23:00:14 EDT
  Virgin Galactic Spaceship Crashes, Killing One
A Virgin Galactic rocket ship that was supposed to take the first space tourists next year—starting with billionaire entrepreneur and company founder Richard Branson—exploded during a test flight, killing one pilot.
Fri, 31 Oct 2014 22:44:17 EDT
  Sony Posts Hefty Loss, But Hope Glimmers
Sony posted a $1.2 billion loss after writing down the value of its struggling smartphone business, but strong PlayStation sales brightened up the quarter.
Sat, 01 Nov 2014 00:28:09 EDT
  China Manufacturing Gauge Falls
A key gauge of China’s manufacturing fell to a five-month low in October, official data showed Saturday, suggesting economic growth remains constrained.
Sat, 01 Nov 2014 00:03:41 EDT
  Samsung Asks Judge to Invalidate Microsoft Contract
Samsung Electronics Ltd. asked a judge to declare invalid a contract under which the company paid Microsoft Corp. more than $1 billion last year, according to a court filing.
Fri, 31 Oct 2014 21:43:36 EDT
  Japan Mega-Pension Shifts to Stocks
Japan’s mammoth public pension fund is unveils a new asset allocation for its $1.2 trillion portfolio, shifting hundreds of billions of dollars of assets from Japanese government bonds into stocks and foreign assets.
Fri, 31 Oct 2014 12:49:54 EDT
  Takata Commits to Addressing Air-Bag Recalls
Takata Corp., the Japanese auto-parts maker at the middle of a 7.8-million vehicle recall over its air bags, has committed to opening two new manufacturing lines to produce replacement parts by early next year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Friday.
Fri, 31 Oct 2014 20:09:28 EDT
  S. Korea Exports Grew 2.5% in October
South Korea’s exports grew at a slower pace in October, official data showed Saturday.
Fri, 31 Oct 2014 20:29:22 EDT
  China New-Home Prices Fall in October
China’s new-home prices fell for the sixth straight month in October but at a milder pace after Beijing’ move to loosen some mortgage restrictions boosted home-buying sentiment.
Fri, 31 Oct 2014 08:23:25 EDT






 
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