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Wall Street set to open flat as global growth worries weigh

| March 4, 2013

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wall Street was poised to start Monday’s session little changed as worries about the prospects for global economic growth prompted investors to step back from equities that are within reach of record highs.

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Stocks open lower on Wall Street as cuts loom

| March 1, 2013

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks opened lower on Wall Street Friday, with the Dow pulling back from close to a record, as automatic government spending cuts are about to kick in. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 35 points, or 0.3 percent, to 14,019 points as of 10 a.m.

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Wall Street cash bonuses rose in 2012: NY comptroller

| February 26, 2013

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wall Street cash bonuses rose in 2012 but were still below pre-crisis levels, and the industry is gearing up for more layoffs as it continues to adapt to more regulation and heightened competition, New York ‘s top financial official said.

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Bo Linton, President of GDT TEK, Inc., to be interviewed by Wall Street Media Group

| February 26, 2013

MESA, Ariz., Feb. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Bryan Andrews, President of Wall Street Media Group, announced today that he will interview Mr. Bo Linton, President of GDT Tek, Inc.

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New York State to release Wall Street bonuses report

| February 26, 2013

NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York State ‘s top financial officer will release estimates of Wall Street 2012 cash bonuses on Tuesday as public scrutiny of bankers’ pay continues unabated.

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John Nichols: Avoid sequester cuts by taxing Wall Street

| February 26, 2013

Sequestration threatens to cut vital public services and undermines the economy in order to achieve budget priorities that benefit Wall Street while damaging Main Street. And, of course, sequestration asks nothing of Wall Street. That’s austerity, just as it has been practiced in Europe

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Wall Street trips and falls on cloudy Italian election

| February 25, 2013

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stocks on Monday suffered their biggest drop since November after a strong showing in Italian elections by groups opposed to the country’s economic reforms triggered worry that Europe ‘s debt problems could once again destabilize the global economy. The decline marks the biggest percentage drop for the benchmark Standard & Poor’s 500 Index since November7, and drove the S&P down to its lowest close since January 18. The CBOE Volatility Index or VIX, Wall Street ‘s favorite barometer of fear, surged 34 percent, its biggest jump since August 18, 2011.

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Wall Street holds its nerve as spending cuts near

| February 22, 2013

NEW YORK (AP) — With barely a week to go before $85 billion in automatic government spending cuts kick in, Wall Street is holding its nerve.

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Paris-to-Frankfurt Forecasters Beat Wall Street Record

| February 22, 2013

Distance from Wall Street has proven an advantage for some overseas economic forecasters who have been on-target with a more restrained outlook for U.S.

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Cargill joins Wall Street banks as swap dealer

| February 21, 2013

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Commodities trader Cargill Inc has registered as a swap dealer with the U.S. derivatives regulator, a sign that new financial-stability rules have started impacting firms well outside Wall Street

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