Jim Zarroli Jim Zarroli is a business reporter for NPR News, based at NPR's New York bureau.
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Beijing Government Spurred Ordinary Investors To Make Risky Margin Bets

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Global Stocks Fail To Rally After Monday's Slide

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Dow Loses Nearly 3.6 Percent. How Will Markets Fare On Tuesday?

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Global Markets Remain Erratic After China Worries Spark Sell-Off

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Global Markets Dip As Chinese Economy Slow-Down Spooks Investors

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Yuan's Devaluation Could Help China Become A World Financial Player

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Devaluation Of Chinese Currency Fuels Fears About Global Economy's Strength

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SEC Approves Rule That Shines Light On CEO Pay Ratio

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President Obama's environmental plan won't be so hard for states that have moved to cut emissions. But for others it will be more difficult. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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For Some States, New Emissions Rules Will Force A Power Shift

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A worker picks clingstone peaches in Greece. Most of the country's farms are small and family owned. Production costs can be high, and Greek farmers have had trouble competing internationally. Konstantinos Tsakalidis/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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For Greece's Farmers, Growing Pressure To Be More Competitive

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A shop owner arranges his goods in central Athens on Monday. Greek banks have reopened, but capital controls remain in place. Angelos Tzortzinis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Struggling Greek Businesses Choked By Money Controls

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Can Greece Get A Handle On Its Notorious Tax System?

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Greeks Still Face Transaction Limits After Banks Reopen

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Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos attends a session of Parliament in Athens on Wednesday as lawmakers prepared to vote on reforms demanded by eurozone creditors in exchange for a new bailout. Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Beyond A Bailout: Greece Needs Debt Relief, IMF Says

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