Bernanke: Economic Growth Will Be Slow

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Japanese Autos Lead 'Consumer Reports' Ranking

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A gas station in Berlin, Vt., sold gas for $3.72 on Feb. 16. On average, regular gas is going for $3.60 a gallon nationwide. Toby Talbot/AP hide caption

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What's Behind The Recent Hike In Gas Prices?

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With Business Up, Owners Say Banks Lending Again

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Improved Job Figures Surprise Economists

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If president, Newt Gingrich says he would appoint a monetary policy commission to reconsider returning to the gold standard. Michal Cizek/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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GOP Candidates Reopen Debate Over Gold

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In GOP Campaign, Private Equity Firms Draw Flak

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Report Posts Stronger-Than-Expected Employment

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In April, the Brooklyn Job Fair drew thousands of participants, including nearly 80 employers. That same month saw unemployment jump to 9 percent from 8.8 percent in March. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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From Boom To Bust: The Year In Unemployment

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On Dec. 9, 2008, former Freddie Mac CEO Richard Syron (left) and former Fannie Mae CEO Daniel Mudd wait to testify on Capitol Hill in Washington. The Securities and Exchange Commission has brought civil fraud charges against six former top executives at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, including Syron and Mudd. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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SEC Charges Ex-Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac CEOs

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Europe's Central Bank Maneuvers Crisis Intervention

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People wait to see a career adviser at a training center operated by the New York Department of Labor in New York City. NPR and the Kaiser Family Foundation conducted a survey on the emotional, physical and financial effects of being without work for a year or more. Nearly 70 percent of respondents would like the government to offer more job training opportunities. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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The State Of The Long-Term Unemployed

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Behind Unemployment Figure, A Nuanced Outlook

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European Central Bank Chief Mario Draghi speaks with Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti at EU headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday. European leaders will meet there next week to discuss their options for fixing the region's sovereign debt crisis. JohnThys/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Will Eurozone Countries Give Up Control Of Budgets?

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Central Banks Around Globe Move To Ease Fears

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