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Stocks fall in Europe, Asia over worries about Italy
Europe debt crisis: Some fixes will take years
Rome riots (video): Global 'Day of Rage' peaceful, except in Rome
The mouse that roared: How tiny Slovakia could prolong Europe's massive debt crisis
Bank debt: Eurozone crisis systemic, Trichet says
New solution to European debt crisis: refinancing Europe's banks?
European Central Bank offers lifeline to ailing eurozone lenders
The New Economy
Europe's debt woes threaten eurozone – and the US
'Eurobonds' anyone? Officials call for EU-wide fiscal policies to ease debt crisis
EU leaders agree on Greek bailout. Turning point in euro crisis?
European markets tumble as investors fear Italian default
Why Italy may need a bailout, too
Europe moves to check influence of rating agencies
Stocks snap six-day losing streak; VIX falls
Stocks close mixed ahead of jobs report
The New Economy
Fix the IMF: Go for growth. End 'bailout nation.'
With Strauss-Kahn out, could a non-European snag IMF post?
Dominique Strauss-Kahn arrest can't distract EU from Greece
Interest rates: Will the Fed signal a boost?
Nikkei surges, other stock markets quiet
The Daily Reckoning
Will the yen face a repeat of 1995?
Bernanke: Don't blame Federal Reserve for record-high food prices
Interest rates: Europe could see hike in April
Stock market impact of Libya: downward
Will the debt crisis increase European inflation?
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