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-U.S. Economy to Start Expanding by End of 2010: Economist
-Obama Sees signs of Progress Toward Recovery
-AIG Gives out More Bonuses Than Previously Reported: Reports
-U.S. Newspapers Struggling for Survival
-U.S. Lawmakers Move to Strip AIG Executives of Bonuses
-Obama Administration Unveils Plan to Unlock Credit for Small Businesses
-U.S. President Says China Can Have Confidence in America's Economy
-Obama Signs 'Imperfect' 410-billion-dollar Spending Bill
-U.S. Stock Surge on Bank Rally
-U.S. Stocks Tumble on GM Fate, Financial Woes
-Key Democrats Oppose Obama's Tax Deduction Plan
-US Unveils Plan to Help 9 Million Stay in Homes
-Wall Street Plummets to Multi-year Low Amid Global Sell-off
-U.S. President Obama Calls for Tougher Financial Regulations
-Wall Street Plunges on Dim Economic Outlook
-Obama Plans to Halve Federal Budget Deficit by 2013
-White House Rejects Rumors of Bank Nationalization
-Dow at Lowest Close in Over 6 Years
-Obama Unveils Mortgage Relief Plan to Tackle Foreclosure Crisis
-Indonesian FM, U.S. Secretary of State Begin Talks
-U.S. Stocks Tumble to 3-month Low
-Obama Signs Sweeping Economic Stimulus Bill Into Law
-'Buy American' Meets Formidable Challenge
-GM's Fall Could Help Speed Up Restructure
-US Stimulus Plan May Create Trade Barriers
-U.S. Stocks Sink as Investors Crave for Details on Bad Assets Plan
-U.S. Senate Approves Massive Stimulus Package
-Geithner Postpones Unveiling Financial Bailout Plan to Tuesday
-U.S. Sets "New Tone" in Foreign Policy
-Obama Urged for More Co-op with China on Climate Change
-McDonald's Cuts China Crices by 33%
-U.S. Senate Retains 'Buy American' Provision in Stimulus Plan
-Obama Caps Executive Pay in Bailouts
-Paulson: I'm Wrongly Portrayed as Claiming China is to Blame for Global crisis
-Motorola Posts Quarterly Loss of $3.6 Bln
-Ford U.S. Sales Plunge 40%
-Bernanke Urges Strong Measures for Lasting Economic Recovery
-U.S. Stocks Slide on Unemployment Data, Corporate Profit
-U.S. Stocks Up on Fed Minutes
-U.S. 2009 Budget Deficit to Reach $1.2 Trillion
-U.S. Stocks Rally in First Day of 2009
-American Express to Receive $3.39 Bln From U.S. Gov't
-U.S. Stocks Fall Amid Economic Worries
-U.S. Stocks Fall Amid Disappointing Corporate Earnings
-White House:No Immediate Announcement on Auto Bailout
-U.S. Auto Loan Package Dies in Senate
-Wal-Mart Clerk in New York Dies in Rush
-New York Stores Lure Shoppers With Black Friday Deals
-Obama Unveils Economic Crisis Team
-U.S. Unveils $800 Bln Programs to Ease Credit
-S&P 500 Index Plunges to 11-Year-Low on Economic Woes
-U.S. Major Indexes Plunge to Five Year Iow on Deep Recession Concerns
-Wall Street Stage Huge Rebound; Dow Jumps 553 Points
-Wall Street Rallies After Three-day Plunge
-Bush Sets Tone for G-20 Summit
-Wall Street Retreats in Final Session
-White House Says Asia-Europe Summit 'Critically Important'
-Bush Looks Forward to Hosting International Financial Summit Soon
-Bush Looks Forward to Hosting International Financial Summit Soon
-Direct U.S. Stake in Banks Fails to Lift Market Confidence
-Bailout Becomes Buy-in as US Feds Move Into Banking
-Wall Street Falls After Record Surge
-Subprime Mortgage Crisis
-Bailout of U.S. Financial System
-Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.
-Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac
-Morgan Stanley
-Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
-Bear Stearns Companies Inc.
-American International Group, Inc.
-Merrill Lynch & Company Inc.
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