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 Stock Investor Place Top Stories: December 2008 Archive
Jobless claims drop by much more than expected - [12/31]
Gazprom: Ukraine threatens to seize Russian gas - [12/31]
Light trade to mark final session as investors close the books on dismal 2008 - [12/31]
Asian stocks close out grim 2008 with a whimper, European markets open higher - [12/31]
December consumer confidence drops to all-time low - [12/30]
Chinese dairies to compensate sickened babies - [12/30]
Oil prices remain near US$40 as investors eye Gaza conflict - [12/30]
Epitaph for 2008: 'I don't know how much worse it can get' - [12/30]
Tax-Free Savings Accounts debut this week despite worries about slower spending - [12/30]
Stocks pull back amid Middle East tensions - [12/29]
Euro currency turns 10; seen as fulfilling promise - [12/29]
Trials open for 9 over China tainted milk scandal - [12/29]
Kuwait cancels $17 billion deal with Dow Chemical - [12/29]
Insurers' annual losses on natural disasters swell to US$45b: Munich Re - [12/29]
Stock futures up slightly following GMAC lifeline - [12/26]
Retailers slash prices to entice holiday shoppers - [12/26]
Japan factory output has biggest fall on record - [12/26]
Asian markets mixed in quiet holiday trade - [12/26]
U.S. holiday retail sales drop at least 5.5 per cent - [12/26]
Toyota recalls more than 120,000 cars in China - [12/25]
Giving in tough times balancing act for companies - [12/25]
Some Jews fear Madoff case stokes anti-Semitism - [12/25]
Japan auto production marks worst drop since 1967 - [12/25]
Fed grants GMAC ability to seek bailout funds - [12/25]
Stocks open higher ahead of housing data - [12/23]
EU approves bank rescue packages - [12/23]
Consumers' mood boosted by lower prices in December - [12/23]
Regulator in IndyMac case gets reassigned - [12/23]
Asian stocks slump as China rate cut disappoints - [12/23]
Oil rises slightly on US auto bailout, rate cut - [12/22]
Think you had it bad in 2008? Sheer luxury compared to 2009 - [12/22]
Half of Canada's mining companies could go bankrupt after dismal year: analyst - [12/22]
China cuts interest rates in new growth effort - [12/22]
Where'd the bailout money go? Shhhh, it's a secret - [12/22]
Canada's economy falls into recession, says RBC Economics report - [12/19]
Automakers jump after TARP made available - [12/19]
Mass. investor saw inside Madoff scam - [12/19]
S&P cuts ratings on 11 US and European banks - [12/19]
Japan central bank cuts key rate to 0.1 percent - [12/19]
Regulators adopt new credit card rules - [12/18]
New jobless claims drop more than expected - [12/18]
Obama team weighs up to $850 billion economic jolt - [12/18]
Borrowers rushing to refinance loans as rates drop - [12/18]
Discover Financial returns to profitability in 4Q - [12/18]
Oil rises above $45 before OPEC meeting - [12/17]
Feds offering up to $380 million in financing for troubled Quebec shipyard - [12/17]
SEC chairman says agency failed to probe Madoff - [12/17]
OPEC cuts 2.2 million barrels a day - [12/17]
White House pressured by lawmakers on car rescue - [12/17]
Fed ready to slash rates amid deepening recession - [12/16]
Prices drop bigger-than-expected 1.7 percent - [12/16]
Housing starts fall more than expected - [12/16]
Fund manager in scandal once boasted about profits - [12/16]
White House assures automakers help is on the way - [12/16]
Stocks mixed amid bailout hopes, worries about fallout from Madoff Ponzi scheme - [12/15]
Detroit automakers await deal on auto loans - [12/15]
Scam victims: Finance giants count losses - [12/15]
European markets up modestly ahead of US open - [12/15]
Analysts expect more discounts as Christmas nears - [12/15]
Treasury ready to prevent collapse of automakers - [12/12]
Stocks extend losses as auto bill dies in Senate - [12/12]
EU cushions slowdown with economy stimulus plan - [12/12]
Official warns Russia already in recession - [12/12]
American retail sales fall again in November, led by autos drop - [12/12]
Wall Street lower amid auto bailout worries - [12/11]
New unemployment claims surge unexpectedly - [12/11]
Largest leveraged buyout in history dead - [12/11]
Foreclosure activity drops to June levels - [12/11]
Recession seen worsening, deflation a risk - [12/11]
White House, Congress near deal on auto bailout - [12/10]
Labour productivity unchanged in Q3: StatsCan - [12/10]
Asian markets rise as Congress nears auto deal - [12/10]
Canada 'entering a recession,' central bank slashes key rate to 1.5 per cent - [12/10]
Oil prices slip as markets question impact of proposed output cut - [12/10]
European stocks steady ahead of Wall Street open - [12/09]
Pelosi likes idea of 'car czar' to audit bailout - [12/09]
Canada's central bank cuts rate - [12/09]
Japan fell into deeper recession in third quarter - [12/09]
Stock markets higher, investors upbeat about Obama stimulus plan - [12/08]
Panel urges Obama to consider hacker-response plan - [12/08]
Reports: Tribune Co. weighing bankruptcy filing - [12/08]
3M cutting 1,800 jobs around world in 4th quarter - [12/08]
McDonald's same-store sales jump in November - [12/08]
Employers cut 533K jobs in Nov., most in 34 years - [12/05]
Auto bailout could be tied to gov't-run overhaul - [12/05]
AP IMPACT: Some bailout holdings down $9 billion - [12/05]
German central bank says economy to shrink in 2009 - [12/05]
Julius Baer CEO dies unexpectedly - [12/05]
AT&T to cut 12,000 jobs, 4 percent of staff - [12/04]
Merck outlook misses view as dollar strengthens - [12/04]
Canadian bankruptcies up 21 per cent from a year earlier in October - [12/04]
TD Bank quarterly net income slips to $1.01 billion from $1.09 billion - [12/04]
Retailers see sales drop in dreary November - [12/04]
Late challenge to $4.7B bid for Constellation - [12/03]
Goldman mulls online bank, open to deals: source - [12/03]
Mortgage applications surge by record amount - [12/03]
Private sector sheds 250,000 jobs in November - [12/03]
Productivity growth better than expected in 3Q - [12/03]
Canadian telecommunications king Ted Rogers dead at 75 - [12/02]
OPEC chief wants to broaden cartel - [12/02]
European markets higher on expected Dow bounce - [12/02]
Sears suffers 3Q loss on weak US, Kmart sales - [12/02]
GE expects to hit low-end of 4Q guidance - [12/02]
Holiday season off to a modest start - [12/01]
Canadian Q3 economic growth 0.3 per cent: 0.1 per cent in September - [12/01]
Iranian state TV: OPEC cut of 1.5M barrels likely - [12/01]
Ryanair makes new takeover bid for Aer Lingus - [12/01]

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