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Stocks Inch Higher at Open
Stocks inched up at the open Monday as strong overseas markets and a bullish equity reallocation
Tax Tips for Reporting Income, Expenses
April 15 is barely on the horizon, but Dec. 31 is the last day, for people to make adjustments to their 2002 income or expenses
Gold Shines, Dollar Slips on Terror Fear
The jitters about war, terrorism and the use of nuclear weapons propelled gold to its highest level since October 1999.
Companies Base Year-End Bonuses on Employee Performance
The rough economy over the past few years hasn't put an end to that time-honored corporate practice of year-end bonuses
Investors Search for Signs of US Recovery
Economic growth, inflation and Middle East tensions will be important factors in investment markets this week.
The Coming Week: Geopolitical Worries Mount
Investors' concerns about geopolitical tensions are likely to dominate market activity in the coming week.
Poor Tech Performers Exit Nasdaq 100
The Nasdaq stock market has removed underperforming technology companies from its Nasdaq 100 index, replacing them with retail and airline stocks.
Venezuela Oil Chief Admits Strike is Crippling
The head of Venezuela's state-owned oil giant has admitted that a two-week-old anti-government strike is crippling the country's oil industry.
McCarthy Heads Finance Institute
The Institute of International Finance has appointed Peter McCarthy deputy managing director.
Producer Prices Stir Whiff of Deflation
The sliding prices that make consumer dollars go further also steal profits from the companies that provide consumer paychecks.

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