Obama Aide Says More Bailout Money to be Earmarked For Consumers
An aide to President Barack Obama said today that more of the second half of the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) will find its way directly to consumers in a bid to free-up frozen credit markets. More
Gold Jumps to Highest Rate in Almost Five Months
Gold closed at its highest price in nearly five months in New York as investors fear that governmenr spending could lead to inflation. More
Canadian Dollar Marks Fourth Straight Day of Gains
It appears that the Loonie is on a hot streak against the U.S. dollar closing up for the fourth straight day. This is the first time since June that the Loonie has appreciated against the buck four days in a row. More
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