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  • On Monday, concern over a potential Greek default on government debt increased after European officials said that they have chosen to delay a much-awaited decision on the next bailout for Greece.

    Japanese Yields Fall After Auction

  • Time Magazine selected "The Protestor" for their annual and much-awaited Person of the Year award.

    Chase Harrison: Using Virtual Skills to Save the Real World

  • Gains on mainland China were muted ahead of the release of much-awaited June inflation figures on Saturday, as several economists expected inflation to climb more than 6% from a year earlier, up from the 5.5% rise registered in May.

    European Banks Tumble

  • French Prime Minister Fran├žois Fillon on Tuesday attended the inauguration of the much-awaited Nord Stream gas pipeline, which brings gas from Russia to the heart of Western Europe.

    French Austerity Push Won't Touch Nuclear Plans

  • Trading ahead of a much-awaited Federal Reserve policy statement Wednesday played a role in the early-session rally, though it wasn't enough to carry through to the close of trading.

    Uncertainty Zaps Early Stock Rally

  • In foreign exchange markets the euro remained under selling pressure against the U.S. dollar after falling to a fresh five-week low in early trade as investors remained cautious on the single currency ahead of much-awaited Spanish and French bond auctions later.

    Asian Shares Mostly Lower

  • She was the full-on rock star of that conference: she was collaborating on Sarah Palin's much-awaited book!

    John Shore: Sarah Palin, the Truth Called. It Wants Its Books Back

  • NEW YORK --The U.S. Department of Education on Thursday will release the final version of its much-awaited "gainful employment" rule that punishes career-training programs for graduating students with heavy debt loads.

    Education Department to Release Final 'Gainful Employment' Rule

  • The recent gains comes as investors hope Mr. Bernanke's much-awaited speech on Friday will offer clues on how the central bank prepares to combat the slowing economy.

    U.S. Stocks Post Strong Gains

  • With supremacy in the EPL on the line, the much-awaited showdowns Sunday pitting Tottenham Hotspur against Manchester City and Arsenal against Manchester United represent a clash between England's traditionally working class North and its monied South.

    The London Clubs Aren't Dead Yet

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