- A top Federal Reserve official who is sometimes seen as a bellwether for U.S. monetary policy on Monday offered his voice to a growing contingent at the central bank that has argued for reducing the Fed's bond buying at a meeting next week.
- China November factory output up 10 percent year-on-year, retail sales up 13.7 percent
- U.S. exits GM stake in $10 billon loss for taxpayers
- U.S. set to adopt Volcker rule to curb bank trading gambles
- Some claims against Madoff feeder funds, sons' wives are curbed
- SAC agrees to sell reinsurance business to investor group
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