2012 YEAR IN REVIEW

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  • Nasdaq stocks posting largest percentage decreases

    A look at the 10 biggest percentage decliners on Nasdaq at 1 p.m.: QLT Inc. fell 11.9 percent to $5.46. Retrophin Inc. fell 8.8 percent to $11.40. PDL BioPharma Inc. fell 8.7 percent to $8.81. B Communcations ...

  • Study: Artificial Sweeteners may promote diabetes
    Study: Artificial Sweeteners may promote diabetes

    NEW YORK (AP) — Using artificial sweeteners may set the stage for diabetes in some people by hampering the way their bodies handle sugar, suggests a preliminary study done mostly in mice.

  • Iraq Jihadists face growing pressure, but no US troops
    Iraq Jihadists face growing pressure, but no US troops

    Baghdad (AFP) - Elite Iraqi troops backed by US jets battled jihadists near Baghdad Wednesday as President Barack Obama insisted US ground troops would not be deployed to battle the Islamic State group.

  • Russian tycoon's arrest sparks fears of 'second Yukos'
    Russian tycoon's arrest sparks fears of 'second Yukos'

    Moscow (AFP) - The arrest of a top billionaire sent shockwaves through Russia's business and political circles on Wednesday and prompted fears of a state-orchestrated asset grab similar to the prosecution of ex-tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky.

  • Russia Is Teetering on the Edge of a Recession
    Russia Is Teetering on the Edge of a Recession

    Former Russian finance minister Alexei Kudrin has a warning for Kremlin officials: Russia is dangerously close to a recession. Kudrin's analysis comes just after the European Union and United States announced increased sanctions against Russia, including a hit to Russia's oil sector and financing options. Kudrin believes that because Russia is not investing heavily enough in their own economy, they are decreasing their own chances of successfully surviving increased sanctions.

  • Janet Yellen’s dilemma: No way out
    Janet Yellen’s dilemma: No way out

    Noted economist and professor at the University of Texas at Austin tells Yahoo Finance the Fed has a dilemma: There may not be a good way out of current low-rate environment.

  • "The Retiree Next Door": How successful retirees stretch their savings
    "The Retiree Next Door": How successful retirees stretch their savings

    In a new ebook, MoneyTips.com asks retirees how they managed to retire successfully.

  • Rise in extremists recruiting French women, girls
    Rise in extremists recruiting French women, girls

    PARIS (AP) — Recruiters for Islamic extremist groups are increasingly targeting French women and girls, with nearly 100 either in Syria or on their way and 175 being monitored at home, security officials say.

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