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• Twitter has some work to do
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Investing in farm REITs: What you need to know
• Falling off the bond ladder
• Consumer spending climbs 0.4% in January
• Markit final U.S. manufacturing PMI 57.1
• Newmont gains; Wyndham Worldwide falls
• Chrysler: Feb. auto sales up 11% from year ago
• Men’s Wearhouse, Jos. A. Bank to talk
• Pfizer to sell over-the-counter version of Lipitor
• European stocks slump | FTSE 100 bruised
• Pistorius pleads not guilty as murder trial opens
• Microsoft execs leave as Nadella takes reins
• Federal offices closed due to winter storm
• ‘12 Years a Slave’ wins best picture
More on Ukraine Fallout
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• Treasury prices soar on escalation in Ukraine
• Ukraine might pressure grain markets
• Gazprom could hike Ukraine gas prices: report
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The well is running dry for big oil
Commentary: The decline of the automobile spells trouble for fossil-fuel demand, writes Jeff Reeves.
• French new car registrations fall 1.4%
• Reeves: The end of the car is coming
What’s the next big crisis? Retirement
Commentary: New research paints a bleak future for Americans when they retire, notes Brett Arends. So why isn't anyone worried?
• Falling off the bond ladder
• 5 places to put IRA contributions on a tax return
• Want to retire? Double your savings rate
Obama’s no-drama budget
Why Obama's election-year budget will lack the drama of years past, House Republicans' plans to overhaul social programs like Medicaid, the EPA is issuing a major rule about gasoline and more must-reads.
Buffett: Economy growing slowly but surely
Though certain industries are hit by the frigid winter, the broader economy continues to improve, Buffett says.
• Warren Buffett: Bitcoin is ‘not a currency’
• Letter: ‘Just about everything turned out well’
• Buffett dishes out investing advice
Traditional open-end index funds are safer
Commentary: If you want to invest in the broad stock market for the longer term, you may want to favor traditional open-end index funds, writes Mark Hulbert.
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