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Friday, September 5, 2008

McTague- Pollitical Gimmick with Gams

Barron's Jim McTague says the Republican National Convention has become the Sarah Pallin Convention. McTague urges us not to forget it's Obama versus McCain. (Sept. 5)

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Investing in Global Funds, The Time is Now

WSJ's Return On Investment columnist Brett Arends talks with personal finance editor Cybele Weisser about why you should be investing in global markets. He discusses how much of your portfolio should go abroad and how to diversify wisely. (Sept. 8)

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David Ebershoff on Polygamy's Second Act

David Ebershoff, author of acclaimed novel "Pasadena," speaks to WSJ's Bob Hughes about his latest work, "The 19th Wife." He discusses researching the novel -- about a modern-day polygamist family -- and the response from the Mormon community. (Sept. 6)

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Breaking With Tradition

More financial advisers are embracing exchange-traded funds and turning away from actively managed mutual funds. Adviser Kevin Ellman tells why he uses ETFs almost exclusively for clients' investment portfolios. (Sept. 5)

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RNC- Police Versus Protesters

The fight for the presidency wasn't the only battle brewing in St. Paul. WSJ's Andy Jordan reports on tensions between political protesters and police at the Republican National Convention.

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Top 100 Most Respected Companies

Barron's Associate Editor Michael Santoli discusses the 100 Most Respected Companies. (Sept. 9)

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China, Japan Inflation in Focus

Economic heavyweights China and Japan report inflation data next week. China's numbers are expected to cheer investors while the news from Japan may not be so good. Korea's central bank meeting will also draw attention. (Sept. 5)

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A Key Insider Buy at Hewlett Packard

Barron's Online Managing Editor John Kimelman points out that a board member at Hewlett-Packard just made the first insider purchase of H-P shares in the open-market in three years. (Sept. 5)

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Look Ahead in Europe

Investors looking to check the state of retail can watch out for AB Foods. Oil giant Total also is having a presentation next week, and then there's the business-climate survey. Aude Lagorce reports. (Sept. 5)

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Digging Into Jobs Data

Doug Roberts of Channel Capital Research talks to MarketWatch's Greg Morcroft about why the experts got the unemployment number so wrong and whether we're in a recession. (Sept. 5)

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A Toast To Katie Couric

Katie Couric marks two years as the "CBS Evening News" anchor, spending most of them as the media's whipping girl. But she's proven her critics wrong simply by surviving. (Sept. 5)

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Stocks Today- Bear Back on Wall Street

Barron's Bob O'Brien says that there are significant widespread concerns about global economic conditions, with commodities under more pressure, some hedge funds in deep trouble and unemployment at six percent. (Sept. 5)

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'Miracle at St. Anna'

Watch a trailer for Spike Lee's new film "Miracle at St. Anna." Video courtesy of Touchstone Pictures. (Sept. 5)

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Moschino Makes Push in U.S.

Italian fashion brand Moschino opens a new flagship store in New York as part of an aggressive expansion in the U.S. WSJ's Teri Agins looks into the brand's strategy. (Sept. 5)

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Ike Weakens, Hanna Death Toll Rises

The powerful Category 3 Hurricane Ike has weakened slightly as it charges across the Atlantic towards the Bahamas and the U.S. But the death toll in Haiti from flooding after Tropical Storm Hanna has risen. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 5)

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So long and thanks for all the vids

Kotecki's goodbye from St. Paul.

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So long and thanks for all the vids

Kotecki's goodbye from St. Paul.

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So long and thanks for all the vids

Kotecki's goodbye from St. Paul.

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RNC- Police Versus Protesters

The fight for the presidency wasn't the only battle brewing in St. Paul. WSJ's Andy Jordan reports on tensions between political protesters and police at the Republican National Convention.

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RNC- Police Versus Protesters

The fight for the presidency wasn't the only battle brewing in St. Paul. WSJ's Andy Jordan reports on tensions between political protesters and police at the Republican National Convention. (Sept. 5)

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RNC- McCain Promises Change

Accepting his party's nomination, John McCain cast himself as an independent-minded reformer on Thursday and said he had the scars to prove it. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 5)

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Credit Card Debt- Danger in Your Wallet - ASK THE EXPERT

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/09/avoiding_overdrafts.html Has the economic downturn affected Americans' credit card use? Is credit card debt more harmful than other types of debt? Can we protect consumers from falling too deeply into credit card debt?

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Protesters in St. Paul

Footage of protesters in St. Paul on the fourth night of the RNC.

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Protesters in St. Paul

Footage of protesters in St. Paul on the fourth night of the RNC.

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RNC- Grand Finale

Republican Presidential nominee John McCain addressed the GOP on the closing day of the 2008 Republican National Convention. MarketWatch's Rob Schroeder reports from St. Paul, MN. (Sept 4)

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McCain vows to fight on last battle for America

John McCain Thursday vowed to fight for America as long as he draws breath, in a patriotic pledge to bring political change as he accepted the Republican White House nomination.

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Will McCain's shift to right alienate the center?

Republican presidential hopeful John McCain has finally energized his base with the pick of a socially conservative ticket mate, but the question remains whether his shift to the right has lost him the center.

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Brazilian oil is booming

With the discovery of deep offshore oil fields potentially containing billions of barrels of light crude, Brazilian state-owned oil consortium Petrobras has put in place a massive investment plan, including new platforms and refineries.

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Crimeans dreaming of a Russian future

The Autonomous Republic of the Crimea, part of Ukraine, is one region where ambitions for independence could flare up after Russia recognized two Georgian breakaway republics. Many residents have a dream of closer links with Russia.

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Preparing for the Pope

Some 200,000 pilgrims are expected to flock to the French shrine of Lourdes to attend a mass celebrated by Pope Benedict XVI on September 14th. The papal visit is timed to coincide with the 150th anniversary year of a series of visions of the Virgin Mary by a young French shepherdess. Preparing for the pilgrims and Holy Father is keeping the city busy.

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Chinese blind and deaf artists perform in Beijing

Chinese blind and deaf artists are seizing a chance in a lifetime to shine at the Paralympics with a fascinating show called "My Dream". One of the highlights features deaf dancers synchronizing movements to look like the thousand-armed Buddha of Compassion.

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Tourists flock to Mandela's prison island

South Africa's first black president Nelson Mandela celebrates his 90th birthday on Friday. Of his 27 years of incarceration, 18 were on Robben Island. The prison is now a tourist hot spot, attracting 300,000 visitors a year, and former prisoners work as tour guides.

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