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4 reasons why Ireland’s roar will return

4 reasons why Ireland’s roar will return

Ireland’s stringent austerity measures will almost certainly slow its growth in the coming years. But the country is better positioned than most troubled European nations to grow its way out of the crisis.

Egypt shows that risk is alive and well

Egypt shows that risk is alive and well

Was Egypt only a one-day story for Wall Street? Stocks took a somewhat nasty tumble Friday as protests in Cairo spooked traders. Investors worried that more turmoil in the Arab world could create major supply disruptions for oil.

Egypt shows risk is alive and well

Egypt shows risk is alive and well

Was Egypt only a one-day story for Wall Street? Stocks took a somewhat nasty tumble Friday as protests in Cairo spooked traders. Investors worried that more turmoil in the Arab world could create major supply disruptions for oil.

Biggest corporate stakes in Egypt’s power shift

Biggest corporate stakes in Egypt’s power shift

The recent demonstrations in Egypt have rocked world markets and sent investors scrambling for the exits. It’s not without reason. A possible revolution in the most populous and influential nation in the Arab world shouldn’t be taken lightly given the possibility of an anti-Western government coming to power in Cairo.

Japan downgraded over debt

Japan downgraded over debt

Standard & Poor’s downgraded Japan Thursday because it expects the country’s „fiscal deficits to remain high in the next few years” as it continues to deal with problems like debt, deflation and an aging population.

S&P downgrades Japan

S&P downgrades Japan

Standard & Poor’s downgraded Japan Thursday as it expects the country’s „fiscal deficits to remain high in the next few years,” as it continues to deal with problems like debt, deflation and an aging population.

’Dr. Doom:’ Raise taxes!

’Dr. Doom:’ Raise taxes!

Rising food and energy prices are major risks to the world economy, celebrity economist Nouriel Roubini told CNNMoney’s Poppy Harlow in an exclusive interview Tuesday.

Cashing in on a China bet

Cashing in on a China bet

President Hu Jintao’s visit may be over, but the hype around China is not going away. As the country’s economic boom continues, investors want to know how they can cash-in on this rapid growth.

Cocoa surges 4% as Ivory Coast bans exports

Cocoa surges 4% as Ivory Coast bans exports

Cocoa prices surged more than 4% Monday, after the Ivory Coast called for a one-month export ban, potentially cutting off both chocolate-loving consumers and price-sensitive food companies from the world’s largest cocoa supplier.