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Speculators veer toward stronger euro in headache for ECB

LONDON, Feb 4- Market expectations for euro exchange rates over the next three months flipped on Wednesday into positive territory for the first time since 2012, a headache for euro zone officials hoping for a boost to growth from a weaker currency. That follows signals from European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi that it was ready to ease policy further in a...
Source: Reuters | By: Patrick Graham and Anirban Nag
Has earnings negativity been overstated?  

Tim Hayes, chief investment strategist at Ned Davis Research, discusses markets, company earnings and the correlation between share prices and oil prices.
Obama administration loosens Cuba embargo with new measures

HAVANA— The Obama administration is loosening the U.S. trade embargo on Cuba with a new round of regulations allowing American companies to sell to Cuba on credit and export a potentially wide range of products to the Cuban government for the first time, officials said Tuesday. The changes are President Barack Obama's third attempt to spur U.S.- Cuba commerce...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By MICHAEL WEISSENSTEIN, The Associated Press
Cargill subsidiary Black River spins off private equity firm

CHICAGO, Jan 25- Cargill Inc subsidiary Black River Asset Management LLC announced on Monday the spinoff of a private equity firm focused on food, agriculture, mining and metals investments primarily in developing countries. With more than $2.1 billion in assets under management, Minnesota- based Proterra Investment Partners is one of three independent...
Source: Reuters | By: Karl Plume
The real losers of the Miami real estate boom

Miamians as a whole have scarcely benefited from the glitz.
Source: The Associated Press
As wealthy Brazilians snap up Miami real estate, few benefit

So are Argentinians, Colombians, Mexicans, Venezuelans, French and Turks— almost anyone with money to shelter, a direct flight to Miami and a shaky economy to flee. Wages have actually dropped for Miami workers in the past year. Miami contains the largest share of renters in the country who devote over 30 percent of their pay to housing— the level the government deems...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By JOSH BOAK and JENNIFER KAY, Associated Press