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Topic: Standard & Poor's
The New Economy
Consumer confidence plummets. Should you worry?
Stocks soar on relief over hurricane
The New Economy
America's new superheroes: a budget committee?
Stocks stage afternoon rally; Gold plunges $104
Stocks rebound after week of losses
The Daily Reckoning
Gold prices hit record. Is gold still a buy?
Why the stock market took a pounding Thursday
AAA credit rating affirmed by Fitch
US stocks fall on European economic, debt worries
Role reversal as Wall Street blames Washington for economic woes
Stock market news: US stock futures rise following wild week
Asian markets rise as cautious investors return
Obama casts Congress as the problem, tells Americans to 'let them know'
Tea party fortunes are fading even as its star Michele Bachmann shines
Should Obama go on vacation while markets are so skittish?
We need a bold jobs plan, but Obama shies away
Gold prices shoot past record $1,800 an ounce
Dow takes another dive: what is making investors worried
Fed's interest-rate move wows Dow, but is also sign of plodding recovery
Which countries have a higher credit rating than the US?
Dow rallies after Fed statement, up 429 points
Gold prices reach yet another high on Tuesday(VIDEO)
After 635-point sell-off, Fed running out of options
Credit rating: S&P is not the first to downgrade the US
Rating falls, markets plunge, critics rage. But tea party isn't blinking.
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Target data theft: worrying sign of cyber thieves' sophistication
Global News Blog
India and US: Nanny furor highlights ugly things about both sides (+video)
Why is India so angry over nanny dispute? (+video)
Did China steal US corn? Six charged with digging up bioengineered seed.
What Max Baucus would bring to post of China ambassador
Senators, defying White House, push a new Iran sanctions bill
What does the future hold for Russia's Khodorkovsky? (+video)
Healing a community: the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shootings
Photos of the Day
Photos of the day 12/19
The Monitor's View
New rules for NSA spying: Protect the presumption of innocence
Monitor Political Cartoons
The upside of a Boston snowstorm: meeting your neighbors
7 days in Iran
'Pajama Boy' on Obamacare: Will Millennials hear a grownup in a onesie? (+video)
Phil Robertson: Why Louisiana governor rides to Duck Dynasty defense (+video)
So a cyber Grinch stole your card at Target? Here's what to do. (+video)
After subway fall, Cecil Williams will keep his guide dog, thanks to donors (+video)
Texas judge pressured to give 'affluenza' teen drunk driver jail time (+video)
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