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Sell-Offs Hurting Emerging Markets: Investors Leave Nations in Lurch (Post, October 18, 2008, Page D01)
 
U.S. Bank Plan Hits Snag in Rules: Treasury Wants Regulators to Allow Government Investment as 'Core Capital' (Post, October 18, 2008, Page D01)
 
Lehman Is Subject of Federal Criminal Probes (Post, October 18, 2008, Page D03)
 
House Panel Asks AIG About Trips (Post, October 18, 2008, Page D03)
 
Housing Starts Fall Sharply (Post, October 17, 2008; 9:49 AM)
 
Stocks End Erratic Week With Solid 5-Day Gains (Post, October 18, 2008, Page D01)
 
Bush Defends Rescue Plan: Government Cash Infusion Was a 'Last Resort,' He Says (Post, October 18, 2008, Page A08)
 
Life's Basics More of a Stretch: Inflation, Stagnating Pay Squeeze Low-Wage Workers (Post, October 17, 2008, Page D01)
 
BAILOUTS FOR TYCOONS?: Russian Elite Look to Kremlin For Aid as Wealth Evaporates (Post, October 17, 2008, Page A01)
 
Late Rally Lifts Markets To Cap a Turbulent Day (Post, October 17, 2008, Page D01)
 
As Credit Tightens, Companies Curtail Spending, Expansion: Some Indebted Firms at Risk of Default (Post, October 17, 2008, Page A01)
 
Sarkozy Calls for Revamping of Capitalist System: French Leader to Meet With Bush Tomorrow On Financial Summit (Post, October 17, 2008, Page A20)
 
Worldwide Financial Crisis Largely Bypasses Canada: Tight Regulations, Strict Lending Practices Encourage Optimism (Post, October 16, 2008, Page A11)
 
Social Security Benefits to Rise 5.8% (Post, October 17, 2008, Page D01)
 
Top Airline In India to Shed 1,900 Employees: Global Slowdown, Fuel Costs Cited (Post, October 16, 2008, Page A08)
 
Recession Fears Grip Stock Markets in Europe, Asia (Post, October 17, 2008, Page D06)
 
In the Persian Gulf Region, Investors Relax a Little (Post, October 15, 2008, Page A17)
 
Brown's Experience Gives Him the Edge (Post, October 14, 2008, Page A08)
 
Capital One Turns a Profit While Major Banks Rack Up Losses (Post, October 17, 2008, Page D01)
 
Bailout's Toll Is Higher in Scotland: Case for Autonomy From U.K. Is Weakened by Need for Cash Infusion From London (Post, October 16, 2008, Page A10)
 
Stocks Sink as Gloom Seizes Wall St.: Bernanke Forecasts Prolonged Economic Turmoil; Dow Plunges 7.9% (Post, October 16, 2008, Page A01)
 
Swiss Back Up Banks With Aid, Guarantees: Government to Own Stake in Giant UBS (Post, October 17, 2008; 1:32 AM)
 
Titans Shown the Door, Ending a Banking Era (Post, October 14, 2008, Page A10)
 
In Scramble for Cash, Pakistan Turns to China's Deep Reserves (Post, October 16, 2008, Page A01)
 
Banks Hoard Cash as Credit Card Defaults Rise (Post, October 16, 2008, Page D01)
 

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