DIARY- Top Economic Events to Sept 17 ANKARA- German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble and European Central Bank Governing Council member Jens Weidmann hold a press conference at G20 meeting- 0500 GMT. SYDNEY- Reserve Bank of Australia head of financial stability department Luci Ellis speaks at the University of New South Wales Real Estate Symposium 2015 on "Property Markets and Financial...
COLUMN-When the Fed hikes, toys will fly, so get on with it - James Saft Sept 4- There's a roughly one-in-three chance the Federal Reserve hikes later this month and, guess what: the stock market won't like it. Stephen Lewis, economist at London's ADM Investor Services International, wonders to what extent Janet Yellen will recall the advice of famed child-rearing expert Dr. Benjamin Spock, who counseled that giving into tantrums...
| By: James Saft
Gap and Vince are big market movers NEW YORK- Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:. Vince Holding Corp., down $4.03 to $5.24. Gap Inc., down 60 cents to $32.41.
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UPDATE 1-Broker says he's innocent in missing Iran oil rig case *Iran paid $87 mln for Romanian rig to bypass sanctions. DUBAI, Sept 4- Four years after Iran spent $87 million to buy an oil drilling rig that was never delivered, the broker in the deal has given his side of a story he describes as a cautionary tale for Western investors impatient for an end to sanctions. Over the last several months, "the case of the missing rig" has...
| By: Bozorgmehr Sharafedin
UPDATE 1-Mozilla says hackers stole information from Bugzilla Sept 4- Mozilla, creator of the Firefox web browser, said hackers had stolen security-sensitive information from Bugzilla, its bug tracker, and used it to "attack" Firefox users. A version of Firefox, the world's second-largest browser by users, released on Aug. 27 fixed all the vulnerabilities the hacker learned about and could have used to harm its web browser...
Five details you shouldn't give Facebook Tweak your Facebook settings to make sure you're sharing the right amount, with the right people. USA Today reports.
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| By: Kim Komando, Special for USA TODAY