Friday, October 31, 2014 As of 3:24 PM EDT
Americans are more confident they will earn more in coming months, although they cut spending in September.
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Obama Considers Backing Bush-Era Reading Of Torture Treaty
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Rome Mayor Recognizes 16 Same-Sex Marriages
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Argentina Seeks Domestic Lenders In $1 Billion Bond Sale
After years of economic woe, Argentina has announced another domestic bond sale this year that it hopes will raise $1 billion.
$75 Trillion Shadow Looms Over Global Economy
Unregulated entities have filled the vacuum left behind by shrinking banks that are coping with new regulations after the financial crisis.
How Ebola Could Create A Food Crisis
In some places, people are paying three times as much for ordinary foods.
Why US Money Can't Stop Afghanistan's Opium Trade
The $3 billion industry is only growing, despite American and Afghan efforts to put a stop to it.
Americans' Economic Confidence Rises With Wages
Africa’s Economy On Cusp Of Giga-GDP Growth
This may be Africa’s moment: Consider that mining may be one of the least of its many potentially lucrative assets and attributes.
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In 18 of 25 emerging markets, citizens say rising prices are 'gravest' economic concern.
Venezuela Anti-Government Rally Turns Violent [PHOTOS]
Young Venezuelans have taken to the streets of Caracas to protest President Nicolas Maduro.
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