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-China Hopes U.S. Keeps Deficit to Appropriate Size
-Buffett Buys out Burlington Rail
-Former Madoff Accountant Pleads Guilty to Fraud
-Commercial Lender CIT Group Files for Bankruptcy Protection
-Fourth Biggest Bank in California Taken Over by Regulators
-U.S. Stocks Slide Amid Economic Worries
-U.S. Sets Preliminary Duties on China Steel Products
-New York Times Will Cut 100 Newsroom Jobs
-U.S. Announces New Aid to Home Market
-U.S. Federal Deficit Hits Record High of $1.4 Trln
-Greenspan Worries About U.S. Debt, not Dollar Slide
-U.S. Stocks Rally on Upbeat Earnings
-U.S. to Tighten Monetary Policy When Outlook Improves
-U.S. Fed Leaves Benchmark Interest Rate Unchanged
-U.S. economic Recession "'Very Likely Over': Bernanke
-US Govt Seeks Investment by China Firms
-U.S.-China Economic and Trade Cooperation Forum Opens
-U.S. Tire Tariff Against G20 Commitments
-U.S. Seeking Additional Avenues for China Investment
-Fed: U.S. Unemployment to Top 10% This Year
-U.S. Fed Holds Key Interest Rate Steady
-Dollar Falls Against Most Major Currencies
-Fed: U.S. Unemployment to Top 10% This Year
-Madoff Sentenced to 150 Years in Prison
-MySpace to Cut Staff by About 30%
-U.S. Supreme Court Allows Chrysler Sale to Fiat
-Geithner Says US Concerned About the Deficits
-Purchases of U.S. Bonds Likely to Continue
-Geithner Pursues Closer Economic Ties With China
-U.S. Treasury Chief Starts China Visit
-GM to Build Small Cars in U.S.
-U.S. Gov't to Own 72.5% of GM
-Associated Press Offers Buyouts to Staff
-Obama Administration Announces Int'l Tax Law Reforms to Close Loopholes
-U.S. Economy Shrinks at 6.1% Pace in First Quarter
-Obama Vows to Push for Credit Card Reform
-Microsoft Reports Record Drop in Quarterly Sales
-Geithner: U.S. Needs the Rest of the World Economy to Recover
-More Homes Slipping Toward Foreclosures in Los Angeles
-GM to Shut Most U.S. Plants Up to 9 Weeks
-Freddie Mac's Senior Official Found Dead
-U.S. New Home Construction Falls 10.8% in March
-US Unveils Plan to Help 9 Million Stay in Homes
-U.S. President Says China Can Have Confidence in America's Economy
-U.S. President Obama Calls for Tougher Financial Regulations
-Obama Unveils Mortgage Relief Plan to Tackle Foreclosure Crisis
-U.S. Senate Approves Massive Stimulus Package
-Obama Caps Executive Pay in Bailouts
-Paulson: I'm Wrongly Portrayed as Claiming China is to Blame for Global crisis
-U.S. 2009 Budget Deficit to Reach $1.2 Trillion
-Obama Unveils Economic Crisis Team
-Subprime Mortgage Crisis
-Bailout of U.S. Financial System
-Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.
-Morgan Stanley
-Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
-Bear Stearns Companies Inc.
-American International Group, Inc.
-Merrill Lynch & Company Inc.
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