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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

DailyCandy Tours Fulton Fish Market

To celebrate the opening of Fort Greene's Mediterranean-inspired seafood restaurant Aqualis Grill, owner Ani Papa took us on a tour of Fulton Fish Market at Hunts Point. Papa goes there two or three times a week to hand-select what’ll be served at Aqualis, from gigantic swordfish to tiny squid (calamari, yum) and downright perfect sea bass. Here's the info: Aqualis Grill, 773 Fulton Street, between South Portland Avenue and South Oxford Street, Fort Greene (718-797-3494). For more information on Hunts Point, go to huntspoint.com.

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Economy Is About To Start In Fourth Quarter This Year

Upward movement in the market against the backdrop is a better data for U.S manufacturing sector. (Asia Confidential)

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Continues Riot In Xinjiang

Chinese authorities vow to execute rioters were found guilty of killings in Xinjiang. (Asia Confidential)

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North Korea May Be Responsible For Cyber Attacks

U.S authority says that North Korea is the responsible behind the cyber attack on government website in U.S. (Asia Confidential)

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Kids' Ideas To Fix Recession

In the latest "Assignment America," Steve Hartman travels to Catskill, N.Y. to get a fresh perspective from some rather youthful sources on ways to solve the economic crisis.

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Too Early To Withdraw The Stimulus Package

G-8 nation says that economic recovery is too fragile to consider reversing the stimulus package next year. (Asia Confidential)

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Speculators Driving Up Oil

Americans get whiplash trying to follow the price of gas these days. Many blame speculators who trade oil futures like stocks. Now there is a move in D.C. to rein them in. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Chilean Peso Will Outperform The Metal

Standard chartered says that copper currencies will get delay its boost from China. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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President Yudhoyono Set For Landslide Victory In Election

Yudhoyono is confirmed win the second term in the previous election and most investors look for the infrastructure spending packages. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Inside Look On Japanese Stocks

Honda have its nine tenths of its revenue comes from outside the country and it is down to 1.3% and sharp is up more than half percent. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Chinese Authorities Takes A Hard Line On Xinjiang Violence

China's military tackles mobs in the third day of violence in Xinjiang province and the death toll remains at 156. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Alcoa Loss Smaller Than Forecast

The largest U.S aluminum producer has another quarterly loss and that shortfall was less than expectation. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Bottled H2O Backlash

Millions of Americans prefer bottled water over tap. But as Kelly Wallace reports, a new congressional report indicates there is little evidence as to what is actually inside those bottles.

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The Non-Jackson News

The amount of news coverage devoted to Michael Jackson's death and subsequent memorial pushed many other relevant stories off the headlines. Jeff Glor looks at the headlines you may have missed.

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Fed's Security Breach

The federal protective service guards 9,000 facilities and more than a million federal employees. But some serious questions are rising about how secure those buildings really are. Bob Orr reports.

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Second Stimulus In Question

The economic stimulus bill was constructed with jobs in mind. But since the president signed it, the nation has lost another 2 million jobs pushing up unemployment. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Mourning Michael Jackson

Larry Hackett, managing editor of People magazine, on Michael Jackson's fame and why there is a collective sense of loss from his death.

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Notebook- Bottled Water

Katie Couric questions how much Americans know about the bottled water the drink. Researchers say tap water is often as good as the water that costs two dollars.

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LL Cool J's Memories of MJ

Rapper and actor LL Cool J, who recorded with Michael Jackson, reflects on the time they spent together after watching Jackson's memorial service at his home in New York City.

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Professor of Pop on King of Pop

BBC Radio Host Paul Gambaccini, nicknamed the Professor of Pop, talks about Michael Jackson's influence and his use of the music video to get famous.

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U.S. Troops in Afghanistan

CBS News RAW: DVIDS cameras captured U.S. Marines at the Forward Operating Base Dwyer outside of the district of Garmsir, Afghanistan.

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Washington Unplugged, 07-08-09

President Obama is now in L'Aquila, Italy for the start of the G8 Summit where climate change, among other topics will take center stage.

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Emerging Market Spotlight - Cambodia

Interview with Leopard Capital CEO/Founder Douglas Clayton (Taking Stock)

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Stolen Dreams

A Wall Street trader lives a secret life as a serial bank robber. Richard Schlesinger reports Saturday, July 11, 2009, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

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Sector Focus - Chemical Companies

Analysis and Discussion with Frank Mitsch of BB&T Capital Markets (Taking Stock)

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Sector Focus - Energy

Analysis and Discussion with Philip Weiss of Argus Research (Taking Stock)

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Earnings Watch - Alcoa

Alcoa Reports 2Q EPS Loss - Act. Ex-Items $0.26 vs. Est. $0.38 - Reaction with Jeremy Blackman of Hester Capital Management (Bloomberg News)

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Market Close 7.8

S&P Falls Less Than 1%, Dow and Nasdaq Each Rise Less Than 1%; U.S. Treasury to Invest Up to $30 Billion in $40 Billion PPIP Effort, Names Nine Asset Managets for Toxic-Debt Plan; Trading Halted on Alcoa, Company Says 2010 Capital Plan Cuts Expenditures to $850 Million; Telecom and Financials Worst Performers of the Day, Healthcare and Consumer Discretionary Best Performers (Bloomberg News)

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Creating a Simple Home Office

Interior Designer Kristan Cunningham showed Russ Mitchell how to convert a dining room into a home office.

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Amgen Drug Bests Rival in Study

Amgen Having Best Day in Four Years, Shares Rising 14% on Experimental Drug's Promising Future (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Healthcare Reform

Interview with Former National Healthcare IT Coordinator David Brailer

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Economic Expectations - Recovery Scenario is a Weak One

A Grumbling Economy - Interview with Tony Crescenzi, Formerly of Miller Tabak and Currently a Portfolio Manager at PIMCO (Bloomberg News)

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Sector to Watch - Hotels

Hotel Time Shares in Trouble (Bloomberg News)

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Emerging Market Spotlight - Latin America

Interview with Hernando de Soto, President of the Institute for Liberty and Democracy (Bloomberg News)

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Morganthau Announces Indictment of AFG Financial

AFG Financial Group Indicted for Over $100 Million in Mortgage Fraud (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - G8 Summit 2009

Live! From G-8 Summit in L'Aquila, Italy - Interview with European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso (Bloomberg News)

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M&A Update - Exelon Bid for NRG

NRG to Exelon: "Not Good Enough" (Bloomberg News)

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A Breakfast Fit For Kings

Michael Chiarello is very busy and successful chef. He's hosted TV shows on three networks and opened restaurants in three states. Chiarello shows Harry Smith how to prepare a breakfast fit for kings.

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In-Depth Look - U.S. Goes After UBS Account Names

Swiss Government May Block U.S. Tax Investigation (Bloomberg News)

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Private Equity Outlook - Deals Will Have Less Debt

Interview with Silver Lake Managing Director Charles Giancarlo (Bloomberg News)

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Slicing and Dicing Downgraded Securities

Morgan Stanley Deal is First to Involve CDOs of Loans (Bloomberg News)

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Laziness Costs Thousands

Financial Contributor Vera Gibbons spoke with Harry Smith about how laziness can cost you thousands.

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Look Great In The Rain

It's been an unusually rainy summer in many parts of the country. Fashion expert Katrina Szish shows Harry Smith how to stay dry and chic in foul weather.

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Obama's G8 Summit Challenge

President Obama flew from Moscow to Rome where he met with Italy's leaders before moving on to the G8 Summit to discuss world hunger and global warming. Bill Plante reports.

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Inside Look - RPX Index is the "Surrogate for Spot Market"

Expecting an Economic Recovery - Interview with Radar Logic CEO Michael Feder (Bloomberg News)

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Young Star's Tribute To M.J.

Shaheen Jafargholi wowed audiences on Britain's Got Talent and he caught the eye of Michael Jackson, who enlisted the singer to join his concert series. Mark Phillips reports.

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Congresswoman Pays Respects

Rep. Sheila Jackson (D-Texas) spoke on behalf of the U.S. House of Representatives about Michael Jackson's life, contributions, controversies and innocence at the Staples Center memorial service.

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Commodities Check - Cotton Poised for Second Half Rally

Cotton Trade Hits Below $0.40, Setting up Food vs. Fiber Effect (Bloomberg News)

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Summer Looks That 'Pop'

Beauty editor Pamela Edwards Christiani of Essence magazine tells Harry Smith some helpful hints for women who want to make their summer look "pop."

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Today in Washington - States & Stimulus Spending

Most Highway Money Spent on Road Repairs and Repaving (Bloomberg News)

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Man Takes Ex-Wife Hostage

A Connecticut advertising executive held his ex-wife hostage during a standoff with police and then refused to leave their burning home until finally surrendering. WFSB-TV's Tina Martin reports.

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International Perspective - Banks Should Be Allowed to Fail

UK Regulators to Get More Power Over Banks - Analysis and Discussion with Andrew Lilico of Europe Economics (Bloomberg News)

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Harry Potter's Stormy Premiere

The London premiere of Harry Potter: The Half Blood Prince was rained out but that didn't affect the stars or fans one bit. Richard Roth reports.

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Preview - June Same Store Sales

Family Dollar Rises After Boosting Full-Year Profit Forecast - Analysis and Discussion with David Abella of Rochdale Investments (Bloomberg News)

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Dangerous Blood Clots

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke to Harry Smith about the dangers of deep vein thrombosis for frequent travelers.

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Rumors of Second Stimulus?

Rumors are spreading around Washington D.C. that the slumping economy may require a second stimulus, Nancy Cordes reports. Moneywatch.com's Jill Schlesinger discussed the rumor's validity.

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In-Depth Look - Financial Stocks

Interview and discussion with Jason Tyler of the Ariel Investments. He says this earning season will be tough. (Bloomberg News)

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New GM Could Emerge Tomorrow

The new General Motors could make its debut as early as tomorrow. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - World Economic Outlook

Interview and discussion with the I.M.F. Chief Economist, Oliver Blanchard. He says the worst is behind us, risk remains and sustained recovery requires private spending. (Bloomberg News)

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Sperm Produce From Stem Cells

Scientists creates a human sperm through stem cells. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Sun Valley Conference

Interview and discussion with Porter Bibb of the MediaTech Capital Partners. He gives his outlooks on what we may hear in the Sun Valley conference, he says Sun Valley meeting is like 'meeting of dinosaurs'. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 7.8

Lydia Thew is live in the New York Stock Exchange were stocks are set to kick off mix. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - IMF Raises Forecast For Global Growth

Interview and discussion with Vincent Reinhart of the American Enterprise Institute. He shares his insight regarding I.M.F. move to raise forecast for global growth. He says I.M.F. recognizes 'free fall is over'. (Bloomberg News)

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US Natural Gas Fund Runs Out Of Shares

The gap fund gets caught up in the discussion in Washington over how to crack down on commodities. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Google-Microsoft Rivalry

Interview and discussion with Jeffrey Lindsay of the Sanford C. Bernstein. He talks about Google's move to release a computer operating system to rival Microsoft. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Impact On Investors

Interview and discussion with Thomas Carroll of the Stifel Nicolaus. He says it is not the best time to bet on health-care. (Bloomberg News)

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Banks May Fire Back In TV Ads

The White House wants more protection for consumers, the banking industry says it could cost Americans more in the end. (Bloomberg News)

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IMF Releases Latest Global Economic Assessment

The I.M.F. releases their latest global financial stability report. The report will reflect modest improvement in global outlook. (Bloomberg News)

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Pope Says Profit Is Useful If Not Abuse

Pope Benedict calls for new financial order. He says profit is useful if serving as a means toward an end. (Bloomberg News)

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Alcoa 2Q Expectations

Expect the red ink to keep flowing for Alcoa, sales are down from a year ago. (Bloomberg News)

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Hu To Address Riots

China's Hu cuts short G-8 visit to address riots at home. (Bloomberg News)

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Christie's Raises $33M At Auction

An art auction at Christie's brings in $33 million. Some of the paintings brought less than expected. (Bloomberg News)

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Break Up The BCS - Hatch

Hatch held's a hearing on whether the championship series violates federal anti-trust laws. (Bloomberg News)

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Armstrong Moves To 2nd Place

Armstrong is back. He moves into second place after his team wins the time trials in stage four of the event. (Bloomberg News)

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Short Night For Manny

Dodgers' Manny Ramirez is not around for the finish in their 8-0 win over the Mets. (Bloomberg News)

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Twitter Impersonators A Problem - Palin

Former governor Sarah Palin's complaint that people are impersonating her on twitter is getting some attention. (Bloomberg News)

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Low Fares Draw More Fliers

Low air fares helps U.S. airlines. May traffic falls by nearly 10%. Continental says its revenue drops by as much as 21% in June. (Bloomberg News)

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Mortgage Applications

Mortgage bankers tell us how many people applies for a mortgage last week. (Bloomberg News)

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Apt. Vacancy Rate- 22 YR High

Apartment vacancies jump to their highest levels in the 2 years. (Bloomberg News)

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Bertlesmann Forms Joint Venture With KKR

Bertlesmann forms a joint venture with K.K.R. The two companies did not release financial terms of the deal. (Bloomberg News)

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Pandora Reach Royalty Fees

Webcasters, copyright holders reach royalty agreements. (Bloomberg News)

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No PlayStation Price Cut - Stringer

Sony's C.E.O. rejects the call to cut the price over the play station 3. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Asian stocks posts another day of declines. (Bloomberg News)

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DynCorp, Fluor Win Afghan Contracts

DynCorp wins a five-year contract for the U.S. build-up in Afghanistan. (Bloomberg News)

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PPIP Companies Reportedly Selected

Blackrock and Wellington management are among the companies to take part in the P.I.P.P. (Bloomberg News)

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AIG Loses Suit Against Greenberg's Starr

A federal jury rejects A.I.G.'s lawsuit against a private company run by Greenberg. (Bloomberg News)

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Stanley And Sachs To Lose Energy Grip

Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs may be force to loosen their grip on oil and other commodities trading. (Bloomberg News)

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Hospitals Set To Cut $150B

White House announces hospitals who agree to cut $155 billion from health care costs. (Bloomberg News)

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Reconsider Health Tax - Baucus

Senate democratic leaders want Finance Committee Chairman Baucus to rethink a plan for health tax. (Bloomberg News)

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Stimulus Spending Ahead Of Schedule

Federal government is ahead of schedule in handing out money from the economic stimulus plan. (Bloomberg News)

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European Market Check

Mining stocks are the winners for the Stoxx 600. (Bloomberg News)

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SEC Reviews Apple Disclosure

S.E.C. looks into Apple's disclosure about the health of Steve Jobs. S.E.C. wants to find out how his health went to more complex in five days. (Bloomberg News)

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Google Offers Operating System

Google plans to lease a computer operating system to challenge the dominance of Microsoft's Windows. (Bloomberg News)

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G-8 Summit Begins In Italy

G-8 summit focus will be in the economy. U.S. thinks about putting a second stimulus plan while France President Sarkozy says it is too early to have a contingency plan. (Bloomberg News)

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Democrats Question Expanding Fed's Power

Timothy Geithner urges lawmakers to quickly pass President Obama's overhaul of regulators. (Bloomberg News)

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Meriwether To Close Hedge Fund

Meriwether closes his current hedge fund. The fund lost 44% of its value from September of 2007 to February of this year. (Bloomberg News)

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Health- Ankles- A Balancing Act

Ankles sprains are the most common injury for physically active people. Professor Jay Hertel of the University of Virginia demonstrates four balancing exercises to strengthen ankles.

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Britain losing fight against swine flu

Britain has abandoned efforts to prevent the spread of swine flu after an explosion of infections. With hundreds of new cases of the A(H1N1) virus confirmed every day and seven deaths, the virus is spreading faster in Britain than in any other European country.

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China pours troops into restive Xinjiang

Tensions are overflowing in the streets of Urumqi with several violent attacks Wednesday. Anger is high on both sides of the ethnic divide between Han and Uighur groups after the most violent riots for decades erupted on July 5th. Even President Hu Jintao has returned home, cutting short his trip to the G8 summit in Italy.

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Climate and finance- top priorities for Barroso

Arriving in L'Aquila for the G8 summit, the President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso said on Wednesday that the European Union would continue to tackle climate change, and the reform of the global financial system.

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Tensions continue to rise over disputed East African island

In the heart of Lake Victoria, at the frontier between Kenya and Uganda, lies the tiny disputed island of Migingo. Barely an acre in size, it's home to 250 fishermen from both countries who make a living from the rich waters around it. But with Kenya and Uganda still unable to agree on who owns the island, local tensions are growing between the two communities, working and living side by side.

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L'Aquila earthquake victims want more than G8 summit

As the earthquake-struck town of L'Aquila in Italy welcomes the leaders of the Group of Eight most industrialised nations, the victims of April's devastating quake say they would have prefered more concrete help rather than an expensive summit. Images and soundbites.

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World leaders gather in Italy for key G8

The group of eight leading industrialised nations -- or G8 -- has opened a three-day summit in L'Aquila, Italy, to try to agree on climate change, global financial regulation, and how to engage with countries like North Korea and Iran.

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Obama arrives in Italy for G8 summit

US President Barack Obama said Wednesday it was important to pursue dialogue with Iran and North Korea to dissuade them from acquiring nuclear weapons as he flew into Italy for a three-day G8 summit. Images and soundbites of Obama meeting with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano in Rome.

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French comic book creator Bilal to auction Animalz drawings

French comic book creator, artist and film director Enki Bilal is exhibiting 350 original drawings from his latest album Animalz which was released in March. The drawings will be exhibited in Paris throughout the summer before being auctioned off in September. AFPTV interviewed the artist at the exhibtion.

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Arts- Fans Remember a Music Legend

Outside the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Michael Jackson's fans share their thoughts on the singer and perform their favorite songs.

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City Room- Second Chance

Wonjun Park's battle with cancer has evoked him to discover a desire to live on through his art.

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Alice Cooper rocks Montreux Jazz Festival

Rock singer and musician Alice Cooper, famous for gothic stage shows with guillotines, electric chairs and fake blood, plans to take the Montreux Jazz Festival by storm. AFPTV interviews the legendary showman.

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Han Chinese mobs attack Uighur man

A mob of Han Chinese attacked a Uighur man in Urumqi city on Wednesday. Dozens of mostly young men, some armed with wooden sticks repeatedly kicked the victim as he lay on the ground. The extent of the man's injuries was unclear.

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Tears and tributes mark Jackson's farewell

A gold-plated casket bearing Michael Jackson took center stage Tuesday as hundreds of millions worldwide bade farewell to the King of Pop in the final curtain call of his glittering career.

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Obama's Job Approval Dips to New Monthly Low

President Obama's job approval rating for the month of June is 61%, which is one percentage point below his previous monthly low of 62% in March.

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Chinese troops flood into restive Urumqi

China poured troops into its restive Urumqi city on Wednesday in a massive show of force, as President Hu Jintao abandoned a G8 summit in Italy to deal with a deadly outbreak of ethnic unrest.

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Chanel presents autumn-winter 2009-2010 haute couture

Giant replicas of the distinctive Chanel number 5 perfume bottles towered over the runway at Karl Lagerfeld's haute couture show for next winter in the Grand Palais on Tuesday night.

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Hong Kong protest choir urge city to face the music

Hong Kong residents are turning their moans into music as part of an innovative protest movement called the Complaints Choir, which aims to vocalise their discontent through rhythm and song.

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