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Wells Fargo gets U.S. approval to use internal models for capital

Goldman economist says Fed hike likely late 2015 or early 2016

Foreign buying of U.S. bonds more talk than reality

Fed's Bullard: now may be good time to normalize U.S. monetary policy

More permanent role seen for Fed's repurchase programme

Fed's Lockhart says economy is in solid shape for rate tightening cycle

Fed's Lockhart sticks with June to September liftoff, despite growth...

Fed market gurus prep rate hike amid last-minute anxieties

U.S. jobs, services sector data point to growth rebound

Fed's Fischer: Nonbank financial sector less vulnerable than before crisis

Strong case for June rates liftoff, says Fed's Lacker

Fed's Yellen sees gradual rate hikes starting this year

Exclusive - 'Abenomics' architect says BOJ must ease again on April 30

World stocks gain after Yellen signals gradual rise in rates

What happens next in marathon bomber's death penalty trial

Average US rate on 30-year mortgage falls to 3.69 percent

With blog, Bernanke has new platform to make old argument

RadioShack co-branding of stores with Sprint wins court approval

TSX falls on broad declines despite oil price surge

Fewer Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week

Asia crawls higher after upbeat US data, dollar stands tall

Global stocks meander at quarter's end

Business forecasters boost 2-year outlook for US economy

Fed weighs insurers' proposal for new capital rules

Market uncertainty tempers forecasts for equities' gains this year -...

Reuters Poll: Market uncertainty tempers forecasts for equities' gains...

Republican economic veterans, Hubbard and Warsh, advising Jeb Bush: sources

Hazards at Rio Olympic course: legal, political, ecological

Gloomy China, Japan data add to pressure for stimulus

Euro posts record quarterly drop Wall St. ends day lower

Euro posts record quarterly drop Wall St ends day lower

Fed officials say rate hike plan intact despite weak U.S. data

Wall Street sees lower stock market gains due to rate worries

Wall St. drops but S&ampP, Nasdaq register quarterly gains

Stocks likely to drift as investors await Fed, earnings

Chipmaker deal helps Wall St. rebound, oil slumps anew

US consumer spending edges up 0.1 percent in February

U.S. consumer spending tepid savings at two-year high

Exclusive: Morgan Stanley to sell natural gas business scrutinized by Fed

US manufacturing slows as orders and hiring weaken

Wall St. ends four-day skid on late tech rally

Asia shares swing higher as China nears seven year high

Bernanke rejects charge of Fed 'throwing seniors under bus'

Global investors cut cash to catch monetary easing wave - Reuters poll

Upbeat European data prompts stock market turnaround

More economists see Bank of England rates on hold until early 2016 -...

GoDaddy shares soar in debut as investors buy into revamp

Wall Street, dollar fall on economic worry oil up

Lufthansa: Co-pilot disclosed earlier "severe depression"

U.S. economic growth slows in fourth quarter corporate profits fall

Three weeks into ECB quantitative easing, markets begin taper talk

U.S. private payrolls, factory data point to weak first quarter growth

U.S. private payrolls, factory data point to weak first-quarter growth

U.S. jobs to add heat to Fed lift-off debate

U.S. consumer confidence, house prices offer hope for economy

European factories buoyant but weak Asia adds to stimulus calls

Bull trots on: Stocks grind higher for 9th straight quarter

Investment banks eye potential trading boost from ECB stimulus

Weak demand in Asia calls for more stimulus

Bull runs along: Stocks end 1Q up for 9th straight quarter

Gov't dysfunction may be baked into the system

Japan gyrations underline economy's vulnerability

Asia stock markets edge up after big sell-off

Between economy and trouble, Obama approval steady

US durable goods orders rise 3.3 percent in April

Abbott COS Credlin on drink-drive charge

US market rises on Fed comments

Stock indexes close higher on hopes for Fed

US new home sales up 2.3 percent in April