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Bullish on Greek stocks? One hedge fund is buying nothing but
And the founder is feeling "extremely optimistic" about his strategy.

China's steel industry is really, really struggling
The country's steel industry profits are down 49.5 per cent from last year in the third quarter.

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The shushing of UBS executive Robert Wolf
After making too much noise Mr. Wolf told to send media inquiries to the press office, which promptly rejects them.

Got milk markets? Not in Canada
United States, Australia and New Zealand want to get into Canada's dairy and poultry markets

Skyscrapers go up, economy goes down
Could China's 90-day Sky City One be an economic indicator?

The last 2000 years of the world economy
This history brought to you in a series of graphs.

$1.2-trillion for boomer care
Canada's life insurance industry puts a number on this growing problem. The government will only cover 50 per cent.

And Larry Ellison is buying the sixth-largest island in Hawaii
He's now the proud owner of 98 per cent of the island where Bill Gates married Melinda

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Jacqueline Nelson is a financial services reporter at the Report on Business. Prior to that she was a staff writer at Canadian Business magazine, covering news and writing features on a wide variety of subjects. More

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