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Global shares mostly higher following ECB-inspired rally

Global shares mostly higher following ECB-inspired rally

Global shares were mostly higher Friday after an overnight rally in U.S. markets helped by the European Central Bank's decision to extend its bond-buying economic stimulus program
Updated: 2 hours ago
Asian shares meander as ECB-inspired rally fades

Asian shares meander as ECB-inspired rally fades

Asian shares mixed as rally in U.S. markets spurred by the European Central Bank's decision to extend its bond-buying economic stimulus program fades
Updated: 9 hours ago

New Mexico cuts for public education likely, official says

Lawmakers in New Mexico say more cuts may be coming to public education in New Mexico in order to ward off a state budget deficit
Updated: 9 hours ago

Small business owners have post-election surge in confidence

Small business owners had a post-election surge in optimism and say they are stepping up plans to hire new workers
Published: 12/08/16

Census shows more people with degrees leaving Nebraska

The latest census data raises new concerns about educated residents leaving Nebraska because the state has been losing twice as many people who hold at least a bachelor's degree in recent years
Published: 12/08/16
Banking on change: Tech startups target financial services

Banking on change: Tech startups target financial services

After surviving the Great Recession that they helped create, big banks and stock brokerages are confronting a new threat as technology-driven startups invent more convenient and cheaper ways to save, borrow and invest
Published: 12/08/16
European Central Bank adds half a trillion euros in stimulus

European Central Bank adds half a trillion euros in stimulus

The European Central Bank is adding half a trillion euros ($579 billion) in stimulus to the eurozone economy to support growth as Europe heads into what could be a tumultuous election year
Published: 12/08/16
Judge denies Aaron Schock's request to move case to Peoria

Judge denies Aaron Schock's request to move case to Peoria

A federal judge has refused to move Aaron Schock's corruption case from Springfield, Illinois, to Peoria at the former congressman's request
Published: 12/08/16

The Latest: ECB says stimulus extension to support economy

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi says the bank's decision to extend its bond-buying stimulus program will preserve the current level of substantial support for the economy _ despite reducing the monthly amount of bonds bought
Published: 12/08/16

Fla. lost construction, gained health care jobs in recovery

Florida gained more wealthy residents but also more families living below the poverty line between 2010 and 2015 when the Sunshine State participated in an economic recovery from a devastating housing crash and the worst recession in decades
Published: 12/08/16