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Monday, February 23, 2009

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Gold has given up some of last’s weeks very large gains and is down 0.6% after Asian and early European trading. With gold up some 13% so far in 2009, some correction and consolidation may be necessary prior to overcoming resistance at $1,000/oz in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

LONDON (Dow Jones)--British stocks advanced Monday, though the FTSE 100 index remained below the 4,000 level, as reports that Royal Bank of Scotland Group would be broken in two and that Citigroup would not get fully nationalized by the U.S in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

LONDON -(Dow Jones)- Bank of England Deputy Governor for Financial Stability John Gieve Monday spelled out some details of how the Special Resolution Regime, which came into force Saturday through the new Banking Act, will work. Writing in U.K. daily in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is in the headlines everyday, but few people actually understand how it's calculated. The DJIA is the sum of the value of one share of each of the 30 Dow components divided by the DJIA divisor, which is currently 0 in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

U.S. index futures rose on Monday, as investors took reports that the U.S. government could take a bigger stake in Citigroup as a sign that it was ready to prevent further paralysis of the financial system. Dow Jones industrial average futures rose in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

BRUSSELS -(Dow Jones)- The European Union Monday cleared U.S. health products company Abbott Laboratories (ABT) to buy Advanced Medical Optics Inc. (EYE), a U.S. maker of optical surgery devices. Abbott will pay $1.4 billion for AMO in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

As the Dow Jones Industrial Average hits lows not seen since the dot-com bust, some on Wall Street are getting antsy about the inclusion of low-priced stocks that they believe should be yanked from the 30-stock average. The gripes of these traders in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

It's official. After months of depressing economic indicators, mind-boggling financial bailouts, mounting job losses and collapsing retirement accounts, an elite team of economists formally pronounced what most of us already knew: We're in a in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

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