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Standard & Poor's "upgrades" Brazil to a credit level it already held.
Merkel's euro crisis revenue initiative roils relations with Cameron
Papandreou's government suddenly replaces its military chiefs
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A report in the Guardian says yes; Dow Jones says not yet.
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French-Belgian firm Dexia is in need of rescue. Problem is, it's bigger than its government.
France’s newspaper of record exalts the health benefits of frequent sex.
France and Germany pledge support for the failing country. But is default inevitable?
As the euro zone’s crises escalate, what’s the end game?
Why Palestine’s UN statehood quest will fail.
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Republican House Speaker John Boehner faces divine opposition on debt deal.
Business is fed-up with irrational right-wingers.