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Who Will Foot the Bill in Ukraine?

When it comes to fighting the economic battle over Ukraine, the West has been much more willing to hit Russia in its pocketbook than play ...

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Yemen’s Astonishing Financial Meltdown

SANAA, Yemen — The bustling Rowaishan roundabout in central Sanaa connects the upmarket Hadda district with Algeria Street, a strip of shopping malls and fast food ...

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Terrorism Risk Insurance Gets House Extension

House Republicans and Democrats found common ground on backing the terrorism insurance industry and voted to extend a federal backstop for the industry Wednesday, as ...

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The Messy Side of Falling Oil Prices

Beijing may have popped the Fed’s oil bubble, and everyone’s getting splattered.

Passport

The Proposal to Redesign the Dollar That’s Weirdly Blowing Up the Internet

When Travis Purrington, an Idaho-born designer, embarked in 2011 on a project to redesign the dollar as part of his master’s degree, he paid a ...

The Cable

Iran Nuclear Deal Could Ease the Way for Humanitarian Trade

Financial sanctions against Iran hit the country's economy hard, forcing Tehran to negotiate rolling back its nuclear program with the West. But they've also kept ...

Passport

Don’t Hate the Norwegians Just Because They’re Better Than You: Passport and Currency Edition

Turns out Norway has more to offer the world than just melodramatic memoirists, stupid television, and really expensive beer. Also: pretty passports and currency. Norwegian ...

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This Is Not Your Father’s Stock Market

Do you know who Haruhiko Kuroda is? He's the man who's been selling happy pills to Wall Street for the past couple of weeks, causing ...

Passport

In Finland, Tax Day Is the Best Day

While American televisions and newspapers delved deep into the weeds in their coverage of this week's midterms elections, Finland's media turned their attention to their ...

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Exclusive: U.S. Firms Raced to Get Government-Backed Financing Before the Money Disappeared

This September, as the U.S. trade bank faced possible extinction, more American companies sought the bank's backing than during any other month this year. The ...

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