NEW YORK - Wall Street rose modestly at the open on Friday, putting the S&P 500 on track to snap a three-day decline, though market participants remained cautious ahead of a Federal Reserve policy meeting next week.
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BEIJING - China's leaders pledged to maintain stable economic policies to achieve reasonable economic growth in 2014 while forging ahead with reforms, as they wrapped up a closed-door meeting on Friday, state radio reported.
DUBLIN - Three years after going cap in hand to international lenders to avert bankruptcy, Ireland has officially ended its bailout in a landmark for the euro zone's efforts to resolve its debt crisis. | Video
PARIS - Governments will reach an agreement next year on the pecking order for shareholders and bond investors to take losses when a bank fails, Mark Carney chairman of the UK's Financial Stability Board and head of the central bank, said on Friday.
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