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in CFO Profiles & Perspectives by Aion, 23-09-11 07:56
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Retailers warn euro crisis hitting consumers

The euro zone debt crisis is sapping consumer confidence and if policymakers do not take effective action soon the consequences will be felt the world over, retail executives warned on Monday.

France seen moving towards bank bailout

Investors and analysts who think a government bailout for the troubled French banking sector is increasingly likely are focusing on what form any aid could take, even as banks continue to deny they need state help.

Gold tumbles as investors scramble for cash

Gold fell on Monday, buckling under the weight of the strength of the dollar as investors scrambled for cash in the face of mounting fear over the impact of a potential Greek debt default on the euro zone economy.

KB Home signals recovery as new orders jump

KB Home, the fifth-largest homebuilder, saw a 40 percent jump in quarterly orders, suggesting a possible recovery in the housing market after a slump that has lasted half a decade.

Analysis: Brazil's middle-class economic miracle at risk

They were the big winners in Brazil's economic boom: nearly 40 million people who joined the middle class since 2003 and went on a shopping spree, many of them buying televisions, cars or air conditioners for the first time.

Latvia teaches austerity pain and gain to Greece

Latvia's lesson for Greece is that harsh austerity is unavoidable to remedy years of over-indulgence but the vast social differences between the two countries suggest it may be lost on ordinary Greeks.

Warnings mount on euro crisis as G20 gathers

Seven world leaders on Thursday demanded Europe act more decisively to quell its debt crisis as a European Central Bank study warned that the entire euro currency project was now in peril.

Special report: Crunch time at America's richest union

Bob King, the president of the United Auto Workers, has a problem: the labor union that credits itself with creating the American middle class has glimpsed the end of the line.

Private sector slowdown heightens recession fears

Private sector business activity in Europe and China declined sharply this month, and new claims for U.S. jobless benefits remained high, underlining fears that the global economy could lapse back into recession.

Greece to outline more austerity to secure loan

The Greek cabinet was expected to outline major public sector layoffs, more spending cuts and tax increases on Wednesday to secure a bailout installment crucial to avoid running out of money next month.

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  • Senator Wyden: Repeal foreign profit tax break
  • Italy downgraded, IMF says Europe behind the curve
  • Community banks call for halt on big-bank mergers
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